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Sheet music for Guillaume de Machaut
Brass Quintet (2 Bb Trumpets, F Horn, Trombone, Tuba) - Digital Download
Composed by Guillaume de Machaut (1300-1377). Arranged by Heinrich Kaminski. Religious/Wedding. Score and parts. Published by BrassWorks4 - Digital (BX.BW651).
Horn in F, Horn Ensemble - Intermediate - Digital Download
Composed by Guillaume de Machaut (1300-1377). Arranged by Frank Starobin. Early Music, Christian, Sacred, Christmas, Recital. Score, Set of Parts. 41 pages. Published by Frank Starobin (S0.294123).
Double Reed Trio - Digital Download
Composed by Guillaume de Machaut (1300-1377) and Guillaume de Machaut (1300-1377). Arranged by R. Stulken. Trio music. Published by Cimarron Music Press - Digital (CX.CM1890).
Composed by Guillaume de Machaut (1300-1377). Leduc. Softcover. 8 pages. Alphonse Leduc #HE32252. Published by Alphonse Leduc (HL.48188208).
Recorder, 4 recorders (SATT) - Digital Download
Composed by Guillaume de Machaut (1300-1377). Arranged by Gil Garty. Early Music. Score, Set of Parts. 7 pages. Published by Gil Garty (S0.372639).
Voice and 3 instruments (3 instruments) - early intermediate
Composed by Guillaume de Machaut (1300-1377). Edited by Joseph Loux. Ballad. Ars Antiqua. 4 performance scores. With Language: French. Published by Loux Music Company (L1.LMP-188).
- Remède de Fortune (1341)
- Le Dit du Lyon (1342)
- Le Dit de l’Alérion (1349)
- For Jean de Luxembourg he wrote: Jugement du roi de Bohème (1342)
- For Charles de Navarre he wrote Jugement du roi de Navarre (1349) (the judgment of king of Navarre)
- For Jean II le bon (the good) he wrote: Confort d’ami (1356) (Friend’s confort)
- For the Duc de Berry he wrote: Fontaine amoureuse (1361)
- For Charles, duc de Normandie he wrote: Voir-Dit (1363)
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Guillaume de Machaut was born ca. 1300 in Reims, N. France. From 1320 to 1346 he served John of Luxemburg, King of Bohemia as a notary and a secretary. His earliest datable work is motet Bone pastor Guillerme/Bone pastor, composed in 1324 to honour the newly-selected archbishop of Reims, named Guillaume. Machaut was highly influential both as a composer and a poet for at least one century next to his own. He established the three "formes fixes" of secular -- mostly -- polyphonic music: ballade, rondeau and virelai, and personally supervised the collection and ordering of his work. The "Messe de Nostre Dame" is Machaut’s best known -- to non-specialists -- work, however the bulk of his creation consists of the formes fixes and the motets. He was famous and much-admired when he died in 1377 at his hometown, where he was living as a clerical beneficiary since 1330.
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