Harmonice Musices Odhecaton (Various)
Venice: Ottaviano Petrucci, 1502.
Harmonice musices odhecaton A: Venezia 1501. Bologna: A. Forni, 2003.
Extract containg the missing folios of the unique known copy of the firt edtion (I-Bc): 26, 26v, 31, 31v, 32, 32v, 49, 49v, 50, 50v, 55, 55v, 56, 56v, 57, 57v, 64, 64v, 96, 96v, 97, 97v, 98, 98v, 99, 99v, 100, 100v, 101, 101v, 102, 102v, 103, 103v and 104.
Venice: Ottaviano Petrucci, 1504.
Original images: 400dpi, color tif files approx. 3700 by 2800 pixels. Errors in foliation: 25 and 31 transposed in numbering, 84 numbered 48.
File #212836: re-sampled to 600dpi, converted to black and white, de-skewed, and set uniform margins.
Venice: Ottaviano Petrucci, 1501.
Venice: Ottaviano Petrucci, 1503.
Arrangements and Transcriptions
For Chamber Orchestra (Maderna)
Bruno Maderna (1920–1973)
Zürich: Ars viva verlag, n.d. [ca.1951] (arranger's manuscript)
Tinctoris, Helas for 3 lutes (Höger)
|Work Title||Harmonice Musices Odhecaton|
|Movements/Sections||3 collections comprising 287 works (see Detailed Contents Listing)
|First Publication||1501 – Venice: Ottaviano Petrucci|
|Instrumentation||Polyphonic motets and chansons (3–5 voices)|
|External Links||Wikipedia article|
- This is the very first printed book of music. It is also the logo of the IMSLP.
- According to Grove Music, most of the contents are chansons, although most of them do not have text, the text would have either been known to the people of the time, or available elsewhere. There are a few pieces that may have been instrumental in origin. Accordingly, this has been tagged for chansons, motets and pieces (the generic for instrumental works).