Vitry, Philippe de Composers Composition Music
Medieval composer Philippe de Vitry (1291-1361) was also a noted theorist and generally considered one of the intellectual giants of his time. He receives much credit for the development of the motet--which also happens to be the only surviving form of music attributed to him. His ideas for new forms of rhythmic notation and new schemes of rhythm were codified in the seminal work Ars Nova, which lent its name to an entire period of musical history.
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- Philippe de Vitry (1291-1361) - Karadar dictionary entry with life, comments on compositions vitry, philippe de and theoretical works, and links to related composers.
- Philippe de Vitry - Biography, partial discography, and further information on the Central Middle Ages and the Ars Nova from the Here of a Sunday Morning radio program.
- Vitry, Philippe de (1291 - 1361), France - Biographical data, recommended CDs, books and sheet music, vitry, philippe de vitry, philippe de bibliography, and link to biographical essay from Dr. vitry, philippe de vitry, philippe de Estrella's Incredibly Abridged Dictionary of Composers.
- Philippe de Vitry and the Ars Nova - Biographical timeline and suggested works from Humanities Web.
- de Vitry - Classical Net Basic Repertoire List entry. Includes biographical v and musicological vitry, philippe de information, links to related composers, and v partial discography.
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