Jablonski, Marek (Michael)



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BIBLIOGRAPHY


N. Pirrotta: ‘Rhapsodic Elements in North-Italian Polyphony of the 14th Century’, MD, xxxvii (1983), 83–99

J. Nádas and A. Ziino, eds.: The Lucca Codex: Codice Mancini (Lucca, 1990)

A. Leszczyńska: ‘Ślady Trecenta w Poznaniu’, Muzyka, iii/3 (1991), 63–75

KURT VON FISCHER/GIANLUCA D’AGOSTINO


Johannes Gallicus.


See Gallicus, Johannes and Johannes de Garlandia.

Johannes le Fauconer, Magister


(fl 13th century). Composer or scribe from Picardy. He was involved in the later transmission of the Magnus liber and related collections of mensural polyphony, working probably in Paris between the time of Robertus de Sabilone and that of Franco. He is mentioned by the theorist Anonymous IV (ed. Reckow, 1967, i, 50).

See Organum and Discant.

IAN D. BENT


Johannes Legalis.


An otherwise unknown figure, Magister Johannes Legalis is credited with a two-part composition, Vox nostra resonet Jacobi, in the 12th-century Calixtine manuscript (E-SC), whose attributions are problematic.

SARAH FULLER




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