Cancionero de Palacio (Various)

Contents

Performances

Sheet Music

Scores

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Feduol (2015/12/20)

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Publisher. Info. Manuscript, n.d.(ca.1505-20).
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Lekro (2014/8/25)

Editor Francisco Asenjo Barbieri (1832-1894)
First edition
Publisher. Info. Madrid: Tipografía de los Huérfanos, 1890.
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Misc. Notes This file is part of the Sibley Mirroring Project.
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Selections

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Pgfeller (2014/4/30)

Editor Paul-Gustav Feller
Publisher. Info. Ritter von Schleyer Verlag
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Misc. Notes For No.52, also see Ay, que non se rremediarme
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Publisher. Info. Sardus orpheus
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Misc. Notes Transcription from the c. 1505-1520 manuscript.
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Arrangements and Transcriptions

L'amor, donna, chio te porto (No.73)

For Guitar (Marieh)

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Marieh (2018/10/12)

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General Information

Work Title Cancionero Musical de Palacio
Alternative. Title Cancionero de Palacio ; Cancionero de Barbieri ; Chansonnier
Composer Various
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. E-Mp MS 1335
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. None [force assignment]
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 469 works
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 1505-20 ca.
First Publication. 1890
Piece Style Renaissance
External Links DIAMM

Misc. Comments

  • First discovered at the end of the XIX century at Biblioteca del Palacio Real de Madrid by composer and musicologist Francisco Asenjo Barbieri, the Cancionero was fully transcripted by the same discoverer in 1890 with the name "Cancionero musical de los siglos XV y XVI".