Ars Nova – Il Trecento

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Contrairement à une idée reçue qui a la vie dure, l’Ars Nova italienne n’est pas la sœur jumelle de la française, mais l’autre visage, souvent divergent, d’une même aventure musicale. Sans doute, est-il arrivé à ses chefs de file (Jacopo da Bologna av. 1340 – ap. 1360) ou Francesco Landini v. 1325 – 1397) de prendre des formes commodes chez Philippe de Vitry (1291 – 1361) et surtout Guillaume de Machaut, mais leur dette se limite à ces emprunts… / Old beliefs die hard: the Italian Ars Nova is not a true counterpart of the French Ars Nova, although they do have certain things in common. They are in fact two (often quite different) facets of the same musical adventure. The leading figures of the former, including Jacopo da Bologna (fl 1340-1360) and Francesco Landini (c. 1325-1397), undoubtedly borrowed the forms that suited them from the great French composers Philippe de Vitry (1291-1361) and (especially) Guillaume de Machaut (c. 1300-1377); but their debt goes no further than those borrowings...

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