Jay pris amours (Japart, Jean)

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Sheet Music

Scores and Parts

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Misc. Notes Edition from Petrucci's first printed collection, Harmoniche Musices Odhecation, Canti A, Venezia 1501.
Transposed a whole-tone up.
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Arrangements and Transcriptions

For 4 Lutes (Höger)

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Misc. Notes Intabulation in French lute-tablature (Unisono). Intabulation in French lute-tablature (Unisono)
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General Information

Work Title Jay pris amours
Alternative. Title
Composer Japart, Jean
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Renaissance
Piece Style Renaissance
Instrumentation 4 voices

Misc. Comments

  • Grove Music cites two versions of this work.
  • Grove Music mentions this work in a passage where it says that Japart had "a tendency to use ingenious puzzle canons when taking over pre-existing material; thus in one of his two settings of J’ay pris amours the pre-existing melody carries the inscription ‘Fit aries piscis in licanos ypathon’, indicating that the melody (in the superius) is to be transposed down a 12th and sung in retrograde motion, resulting in its sounding as the lowest voice."