450003

BEdT ID: 
450,003
Melody Source: 
R 066r
Troubadour: 
Uc Brunet
Attribution in Manuscript: 
Uc Brunet
Standard Incipit: 
Coindas razos e novelas plazens
Incipit in Manuscript: 
Conplidas sazos nouelas e plazens
Author's Generation: 
3
Transcription Source: 
reproduction (Gallica, color)
Genre: 
sirventes
Number of Phrases: 
06
1--f--c-l--d
First Note: 
F
Last Note: 
D
Range: 
C-D
Range Interval: 
09
Melody: 
1---f--g--f---ghijhg--gf---h--klkj--hjh---hgf---ghgfg--h---3---hijklkjhg--j---hgfg7--hg--gf--fe--edcde---fghg---gf--fe---3---e---gf--ghjhg---fg---h--klkj---hgh---hf---ghgfg7--gf---3---g---hgf--hgf--edc---fd--df--fgh--jhg---gfe---f---3---g---hij---k--lkkj---jkl---l---kjg7---ijhg---gfef--g---3---k---h---jh--gf--fg---hjhfd---ed--edc---cde---dcd---5
Editions: 
Chaillou 2013, 211; Cuesta 514; Gennrich 1958-1965, No. 134; Van der Werf Extant, 340*
Comments: 
In Phrase 5, there is a ternaria at the end of the staff system that I have read as CBG but which appears in VWE as CBA. Cuesta and Chaillou also transcribe the ternaria as CBG. There is also a difference in the final notes of the melody; Cuesta, Chaillou, and Gennrich give the final notes as DD, while Van der Werf gives the notes as DCD. In the manuscript, there does appear to be a small note connecting (and below) the two notated D's, in the same space as the top of the "s" of "bos." The other s's on the page have a more rounded top curve than this one, so it is possible that the s and a notated C are occupying the same space, resulting in the ternaria read by Van der Werf.
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