Malheur me bat (Martini, Johannes)

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Editor Edward G. Evans (1916-?)
Publisher. Info. Recent Researches in the Music of the Middle Ages and Early Renaissance
Vol.1: Martini. Secular Pieces
Madison: A-R Editions, 1975.
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Publisher. Info. Dallas: Hawthorne Early Music, 2016.
Misc. Notes This setting is from Bologna MS Q.16 (c.1487).
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General Information

Work Title Malheur me bat
Alternative. Title Dieu damors
Composer Martini, Johannes
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IJM 26
Language French
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Renaissance
Piece Style Renaissance
Instrumentation 3 voices

Misc. Comments

This piece has a number of concordances with varying ascriptions:

  • Florence Banco Rari 229 (Johannes Martini)
  • Bologna MS Q.16 (under title "Dieu damors") (anonymous)
  • Bologna MS Q.18 (anonymous)
  • Lieder RISM 1535\sup{14} (anonymous)
  • Odhecaton A (Johannes Ockeghem)
  • Casanatense MS 2856 (Malcourt, which may be either Abertijne Malcourt or Henrick Malecourt)
  • Vatican Capp. Giul. XIII.27 (Johannes Martini)
  • St. Gall 461 (Johannes Ockeghem)

This melody was also used in parody masses by Agricola, Josquin, and Obrecht.

David Fallows believes the Ockeghem attribution is very unlikely, noting the earliest attribution is Malcourt, while it is very much in the style of Martini.