Fortuna desperata (Busnois, Antoine)

Authorship Note
The attribution of this work to Busnois is questionable, and it is possibly by one "Ser Felice"


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Performances

Naxos

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Sheet Music

Scores and Parts

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Publisher. Info. Dallas: Hawthorne Early Music, 2013.
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Misc. Notes This four-part setting from Codex Bologna Q16 adds a Si Placet to the 3-part setting by Busnois.
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Arrangements and Transcriptions

For Voice and Piano (Ness)

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General Information

Work Title Fortuna desperata
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Composer Busnois, Antoine
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IAB 7
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 1
Language Italian
Average DurationAvg. Duration 4 minutes ca.
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Renaissance
Piece Style Renaissance
Instrumentation 3 voices/instruments
External Links Wikipedia article
All Music Guide

Misc. Comments

  • Possibly, even probably, spurious. (See e.g. AMG link.)
  • According to Grove Music, "Busnoys' authorship of Fortuna has recently been challenged by Joshua Rifkin on stylistic grounds and reattributed to one ‘Ser Felice’ [di Giovanni Martini] of Florence."
  • If it is indeed by Busnois, it was most probably not originally intended to be instrumental, since all of the works listed by Grove Music are specifically vocal.