dimecres, 21 de novembre de 2018

DE LA RUE, Pierre (c.1452-1518) - Requiem

Gerard David - Lamentation (c.1515)
Obra de Gerard David (c.1460-1523), pintor flamenc (1)


- Recordatori de Pierre de la Rue -
En el dia de la commemoració del seu 500è aniversari de decés



Parlem de Pintura...

Gerard David (Oudewater, c.1460 - Brugge, 13 d'agost de 1523) va ser un pintor flamenc. La seva primera referència va datar del 1484 com a mestre del Gremi de Sant Lluc de Bruges. Precisament allà, va mantenir diversos càrrecs fins el 1501 i un taller molt actiu, arribant a ser també el seu degà després de la mort d'Hans Memling el 1494. El seu casament, el 1496, amb Cornelia Cnoop, excel·lent miniaturista i filla del degà del Gremi d'Orfebres de Bruges, li va obrir portes, assegurant-li una posició social elevada en la societat patrícia de la ciutat. Aquesta circumstància explicaria que el 1508 fos elegit membre a la Confraria de l'Arbre Sec, a la qual només persones riques i socialment rellevants hi podien accedir. El 1515, les dificultats per les que passava la ciutat van portar el pintor a traslladar-se a Anvers en un moment en què aquesta ciutat es preparava per rebre l'arxiduc Carles i celebrar el seu matrimoni. Com a pintor, les seves obres més famoses van ser els grans retaules, entre ells el de Baptisme de Crist, a Bruges, i especialment el de Madonna amb Àngels i Sants, a Rouen. Aquestes obres es van caracteritzar, malgrat la seva severitat, per la seva riquesa cromàtica i per l'hàbil tractament de la llum, el volum i l'espai. Els darrers anys va intercalar les seves estades a Anvers amb viatges a Bruges, ciutat on va morir l'agost de 1523.



Parlem de Música...

Pierre [Perison, Peteren, Petrus, Pierchon, Pieter, Pirson] de La Rue [de Platea, de Robore, de Vico, vander Straeten] (Tournai?, c.1452 - Kortrijk, 20 de novembre de 1518) va ser un compositor franco-flamenc. Fill de Jehan de la Rue i Gertrud de la Haye, es va formar musicalment a la maîtrise de la Catedral de Tournai. A partir del 1469 va constar com a cantant de la Catedral Ste Gudule de Brussel·les. També va treballar com a músic de la Jacobskerk de Gent, a la Onze Lieve Vrouwkerk de Nieuwpoort, a Köln i possiblement a la Catedral de Cambrai. El 1489 va entrar a la Confraternitat de Nostra Senyora d'Hertogenbosch on hi va romandre fins el 1492. Aquell any va entrar a la capella musical d'Habsburg-Burgundian des d'on va realitzar un parell de viatges a Espanya i en la qual hi va romandre actiu la resta de la seva vida. Com a compositor, va ser extraordinàriament prolífic. Pierre de la Rue, considerat un dels màxims exponents musicals del seu temps, va morir a Kortrijk el novembre de 1518.

Georg Braun & Franz Hogenberg - Tornacum (Tournai) (1588)
Georg Braun (1541-1622) & Franz Hogenberg (1535-1590) - Tornacum (Tournai) (1588) (2)

OBRA:

Vocal secular:

Autant en emporte le vent, 4vv, P; ed. in Cw iii (1929)
A vous non autre, 3vv, rondeau, P (rondeau cinquain; altered text in two sources, probably for Marguerite of Austria)
Ce n’est pas jeu, 4vv, rondeau, P (rondeau quatrain)
Cent mille regretz, 5vv, M; ed. A. Smijers, Werken van Josquin des Près: Wereldlijke werken, i, afl.8 (Amsterdam, 1925) (ascribed to Josquin in Trente sixiesme livre, Paris, 1550)
Dedans bouton, 4vv, M (?for a member of the Bouton family of courtiers)
De l’oeil de la fille du roy, 4vv, rondeau, P (rondeau cinquain; ?for Marguerite of Austria)
D’ung aultre aymer, 5vv, M; ed. R. Taruskin, D’ung aultre amer (Miami, 1983) (textless; T of Ockeghem’s rondeau in 2nd T)
En espoir vis, 4vv, M; ed. G. Dottin, Douze canons du XVIe siècle a 4 voix mixtes (Paris, 1971)
Fors seulement (i), 4vv, M; ed. F. J. Giesbert, Ein altes Spielbuch (Mainz, 1936); ed. M. Picker, Fors seulement (Madison, 1981) (textless; Sup of Ockeghem’s rondeau in A)
Fors seulement, 5vv, M; ed. M. Picker, Fors seulement (Madison, 1981) (textless; Sup of Ockeghem’s rondeau in Sup)
Il est bien heureux, 4vv, P (attrib. La Rue in P. Aaron: Toscanello in musica, 2/1529, ‘Aggiunta’)
Il viendra le jour désiré, 4vv, P (? response to Pourquoy tant; B shares material with Pourquoy tant and Sancta Maria virgo)
Incessament mon pauvre cueur lamente [Sic Deus dilexit], 5vv, M; ed. A. Smijers, Werken van Josquin des Près: Wereldlijke werken, i, afl.8 (Amsterdam, 1925) (? refrain only of rondeau cinquain; ascribed to Josquin in Trente sixiesme livre, Paris, 1550)
Ma bouche rit, 4vv, M (textless; T of Ockeghem’s virelai in T)
Mijn hert heeft altijt, 4vv, P (ascribed to Obrecht in CH-SGs 463; model for Mass by Gascongne, anon. setting in 15389 and elsewhere, setting by Cornelius Rigo de Bergis, anon. Salve regina in D-Mbs 34)
Plorer, gemir, crier/Requiem, 4vv, M (c.f. int from Requiem Mass; ? lament for Ockeghem)
Pour ce que je suis [Puisque je suis], 4vv, P
Pourquoy non, 4vv, P (model for Mass by Gascongne)
Pourquoy tant, 4vv, P (? paired with Il viendra; B shares material with Il viendra and Sancta Maria virgo)
Pour ung jamais [Fraw margretsen lied, Nos debemus gratias, Pour vous james], 3vv, P (setting of strophic poem by Marguerite of Austria; addl A in D-Rp C120)
Secretz regretz [Carmen in la], 4vv, P
Tous les regretz, 4vv, P (rondeau cinquain by Octavien de Saint-Gelais; ascribed to Josquin in D-Rp C120)
Tous nobles cueurs, 3vv, P (refrain only of rondeau cinquain by Octavien de Saint-Gelais)
Trop plus secret, 4vv, P

Vocal religiosa:

Missa ‘Alleluia’, 5vv, D i
Missa Almana [Missa ‘Pourquoy non’, sexti ut fa], 4vv, D i (not on La Rue’s chanson)
Missa ‘Assumpta est Maria’, 4vv, D i (c.f. ant for Assumption of BVM)
Missa ‘Ave Maria’ [Missa de annuntiatione Maria], 4–5vv, D i (c.f. ant for Annunciation)
Missa ‘Ave sanctissima Maria’ [Missa de Beata Virgine], 6vv, D i (on motet conjecturally attrib. La Rue; unknown melody O dulcis amica Dei in 2nd Ag; motet Te decet laus appended in I-Rvat C.S.36)
Missa ‘Conceptio tua’, 5vv, D ii (c.f. ant for Conception of BVM)
Missa ‘Cum iocunditate’ [Missa ‘Dirige’], 4–5vv, D ii (c.f. ant for Nativity of BVM; incorrectly ascribed to Josquin in I-Ma E 46 Inf.)
Missa de Beata Virgine [Missa super ‘Coronatum’, de domina, ‘Salve sancta parens’], 4vv, D ii (c.f.s Ky IX, Gl IX with trope ‘Spiritus et alme’, Cr IV, San IX, Ag XVII; Cr called ‘Patrem Cardinal’ in I-Bsp A.38)
Missa de feria, 5vv, D ii (c.f.s Gl XV, Cr I, Ag XV; ‘motet’ Ne temere quid loquaris in Grove6 is contrafactum of 2nd Ag; probably inspired Févin, Missa de feria; new sources of 2nd Ag, 1545, A-Wn 18832, D-Mbs 260)
Missa de Sancta Anna [Missa ‘Felix Anna’], 4vv, D ii (c.f. ?ant for St Anne in use of Paris; motet O salutaris hostia in place of 1st ‘Osanna’)
Missa de sancta cruce [Missa ‘Nos autem gloriari’], 5vv, D iii (c.f. int for Finding of the Holy Cross and Exaltation of the Holy Cross; ‘Pleni’ related to 2nd Ag of Josquin, Missa ‘L’ami baudichon’)
Missa de Sancto Antonio [Missa ‘O sacer Anthoni’, ‘Agnosce o Vincenti’], 4vv, D iii (c.f. ant for St Anthony, with altered text)
Missa de Sancto Job [Missa ‘Floruit egregius’], 4vv, D iii (c.f.s chants from rhymed office for St Livinus as used in Pipelare, Missa ‘Floruit egregius’)
Missa de septem doloribus [Missa de doloribus], 5vv, D iii (unidentified c.f. with texts of invitatory and seq for Seven Sorrows of Mary, also unidentified ‘Trenosa compassio’; 2nd ‘Osanna’ uses Sup of concluding phrase of Josquin, Ave Maria … virgo serena; new source of ‘Pleni’, A-Wn 18832)
Missa de virginibus [Missa ‘O quam pulchra’], 4vv, D iii
Missa ‘Incessament’, 5vv, D iv (on La Rue’s chanson)
Missa ‘Inviolata’, 4vv, D iv (c.f. seq for BVM)
Missa ‘Ista est speciosa’ [Missa de sanctissima virgine Maria], 5vv, D iv (c.f. ant for BVM)
Missa ‘Jesum liate’, 4vv, lost (known from 1602 inventory of Philip II’s library; see Vander StraetenMPB, viii, 379)
Missa ‘L’homme armé’ (i), 4vv, D iv (c.f. monophonic chanson; also uses monophonic chanson Tant que nostre argent dura in B of 3rd Ag)
Missa ‘Nuncqua fué pena maior’, 4vv, D iv (on Urrede’s villancico; ascription in index of D-Ju 22)
Missa ‘O gloriosa domina’ [Missa ‘O gloriosa Margaretha’], 4vv, D v (c.f. plainsong hymn)
Missa ‘O salutaris hostia’, 4vv, D v
Missa pascale [Missa ‘Resurrexi’], 5vv, D v (c.f.s 7 chants from Easter liturgy)
Missa pro fidelibus defunctis [Missa pro defunctis], 4–5vv, D v (c.f.s appropriate chants from Requiem Mass)
Missa ‘Puer natus est’ [Missa de nativitate Christi], 4vv, D v (c.f. int for 3rd Mass of Christmas)
Missa ‘Sancta dei genitrix’, 4vv, D vi; ‘Pleni’ ascribed to La Rue in 1545; ascribed to Petrus la ?Vic in only complete source, D-Ju 21 (on 7-note ostinato, as well as monophonic chanson L’homme armé in B of Cr)
Missa sine nomine (i), 4vv, D vi
Missa ‘Sub tuum praesidium’ [Missa quarti toni], 4vv , D vi (c.f. Marian ant; ascribed in 1539 to both La Rue and Josquin)
Missa ‘Tandernaken’, 4vv, D vi (c.f. monophonic Flemish song; ‘motet’ Frange esurienti in Grove6 is contrafactum of 2nd Ag)
Missa ‘Tous les regretz’, 4vv, D vi (on La Rue’s chanson; two distinct versions)

Mass movements:
Kyrie in festo pasche, 4vv, D vii (c.f. Ky I)
Credo, 4vv, D vii
Credo, 6vv, D vii
Credo ‘Angeli archangeli’, 8vv, D vii (on Isaac’s motet with c.f. T of Binchois’s chanson Comme femme)
Credo de villagiis, 4vv, D vii (c.f. Cr I; used as Cr of Obrecht, Missa ‘Sicut spina rosam’ in I-Rvat CS 160)
Credo ‘L’amour du moy’, 4vv, D vii (c.f. monophonic chanson)

Magnificat settings:
all settings of even verses only
Magnificat primi toni, 3–6vv, D viii
Magnificat secundi toni, 2–4vv, D viii
Magnificat tertii toni, lost (implied by entry ‘de ocho tonos de mañificas de musica, de Pedro De La Rua’ in 1612 inventory of Philip II’s library; see Vander StraetenMPB, viii, 367)
Magnificat quarti toni, 3–4vv, D viii
Magnificat quinti toni, 2–4vv, D viii
Magnificat sexti toni, 3–5vv, D viii
Magnificat septimi toni, 3–4vv, D viii
Magnificat octavi toni, 2–4v, D viii

Motets:
Ave regina caelorum [Ave apertor caelorum], 4vv, D ix (? chant c.f.)
Considera Israel, 4vv, D ix (probably written for Marguerite of Austria on death of Philip the fair; 4p. Doleo super te also exists independently)
Da pacem domine, 4vv , D ix (c.f. ant for peace)
Delicta iuventutis, 4vv, D ix (two versions of text, each drawing briefly on office for the dead; possibly written on death of Philip the Fair)
Gaude virgo, 4vv, D ix (?c.f. ps tone 7; text attributed to St Thomas Becket)
Lauda anima mea dominum (Ps cxlvi), 4vv, D ix (c.f. tonus peregrinus)
Laudate dominum (Ps cxvii), 4vv, D ix
O domine Jesu Christe, 4vv, D ix
O salutaris hostia, 4vv, D ii and D ix (substitutes for 1st ‘Osanna’ of Missa de Sancta Anna; also exists independently without ascription)
Pater de coelis deus, 6vv, D ix (text is a collection of responses associated with the Trinity)
Quis dabit pacem, 4vv, D ix (textless; a text by Seneca with this beginning was set by Isaac)
Regina celi, 4vv, D ix
Salve Jesu, 6vv, lost (known from 1602 inventory of Philip II’s library; see Vander StraetenMPB, viii, 370)
Salve mater salvatoris, 4vv, D ix (melodic similarities to seq with same opening; text is prayer for Assumption of the BVM, adapted with references to Marguerite of Austria as governor of the Low Countries)
Salve regina (i), 4vv, D ix (canon melody related to Marian ant)
Salve regina (ii), 4vv, D ix (c.f. Marian ant)
Salve regina (iii), 4vv, D ix (c.f. Marian ant)
Salve regina (iv), 4vv, D ix (alternatim setting; c.f.s Marian ant, Sup of Du Fay, Par le regard, and Sup of Binchois, Je ne vis oncques)
Salve regina (v), 4vv, D ix (alternatim setting; c.f. Marian ant)
Salve regina (vi), 4vv, D ix (c.f. Marian ant)
Sancta Maria virgo, 3vv, D ix (textless; B shares material with Il viendra and Pourquoy tant; 2p. is model for Craen, Ecce video; see Meconi, 1991, on genre)
Si dormiero [O mitis mater Christi], 3vv, D ix (see Meconi, 1991, on genre and related works; also ascribed to Isaac, Agricola and Finck)
Vexilla regis/Passio domini, 4vv, D ix (text and c.f. hymn for Passion Sunday; T uses text of two passages from Matthew, c.f. formulae from the Passion lessons)

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Conjecturally attributed works:
Missa ‘Fortuna desperata’, 4vv (c.f. T of ?Busnoys’ chanson; ascribed to ‘Periquin’ in E-TZ 3; unlikely to be by Pierrequin de Therache; see Kreitner), authenticity uncertain
Missa ‘L’homme armé’ (ii), 4vv, D vii; anon. in only sources, 2 Habsburg-Burgundian MSS; attrib. La Rue in K.E. Roediger: Die geistlichen Musikhandschriften der Universitäts-Bibliothek Jena (Jena, 1935); accepted by Robijns (1954) and in MGG1, but questioned in Grove6 (c.f. monophonic chanson)
Missa sine nomine (ii), 4vv, D vii; anon. in D-Ju 12 from Habsburg-Burgundian court and only other source, F 2; attrib. La Rue in MGG1 and J.M. Llorens: Capellae Sixtinae codices (Vatican City, 1960), but questioned in Grove6
Kyrie pascale, 5vv, D vii; anon. in only sources, 2 Habsburg-Burgundian MSS; attrib. La Rue in Rubsamen (1937) (c.f. Ky I)
Absalon fili mi, 4vv, D ix; ascribed to Josquin in 15407 and two dependent sources; anon. in Habsburg-Burgundian court MS GB-Lbl Roy.8.G.VII; attrib. La Rue by van Benthem (1989), Rifkin, Meconi (1998); questioned by Milsom, Davison (1996) (probably written for Maximilian on death of Philip the Fair)
Ave sanctissima Maria, 6vv, D ix; ascribed to Verdelot/Claudin in 15345, anon. in Habsburg-Burgundian court MS B-Br 228; attrib. La Rue in VMR xviii and generally accepted as his (model for La Rue’s mass) (3 2-voice canons)
Maria mater gratie/Fors seulement, 5vv, P; anon. in only sources, A-Wn 18746 and B-Br 228; attrib. La Rue in VMR xix, Picker (1965) (c.f. T of Ockeghem’s chanson in B2)
Te decet laus, 5vv, D i and D ix; anon. in only source, I-Rvat C.S.36, where it follows Missa ‘Ave sanctissima Maria’, headed ‘loco Deo gracias’; attrib. La Rue by L. Feininger in Documenta polyphoniae liturgicae sanctae ecclesiae romanae, ser.1B, i (Rome, 1950)
Adieu comment, 5vv; anon. in A-Wn 18746; attrib. La Rue in Bernstein
Aprez regretz, 4vv, P; anon. in B-Br 228; attrib. La Rue in VMP xxii, Picker (1965), Milsom (rondeau cinquain)
Ce m’est tout ung, 4vv, P; anon. in Br 228; attrib. La Rue in VMP xxi, Picker (1965), Milsom
C’est ma fortune, 4vv, P; anon. in Br 228; attrib. La Rue in VMP xxii, Picker (1965), Milsom (rondeau cinquain)
Changier ne veulx, 4vv, P; anon. in Br 228; attrib. La Rue in Picker (1965), Milsom (rondeau quatrain)
Cueurs desolez/Dies illa, 5vv, P; ed. in Cw iii (1929); anon. in Br 228; attrib. La Rue in VMP xxii, Picker (1965), Milsom (rondeau cinquain; c.f. 3rd verse of resp Libera me from Requiem Mass; poem on death of Jean de Luxembourg, Seigneur de Ville, in 1508 by ?Jean Lemaire)
Dueil et ennuy, 5vv, P; anon. in A-Wn 18746 and B-Br 228; attrib. La Rue in VMP xxi, Picker (1965), Bernstein, Milsom
Dulces exuvie, 4vv, P; anon. in Br 228; attrib. La Rue in VMP xviii, Milsom (text from Aeneid)
Helas, fault il, 4vv, P; anon. in Br 228; attrib. La Rue in VMP xxii, Picker (1965)
Il me fait mal, 3vv, P; anon. in Br 228; attrib. La Rue in VMP xxii, Picker (1965) (? response to Me fauldra il; ? poem by La Rue)
J'ay mis mon cueur, 3vv, P; anon. in Br 228; attrib. La Rue in Picker (1965) (refrain of monophonic virelai)
Je n’ay regretz, 5vv; anon. in A-Wn 18746; attrib. La Rue in Bernstein
Je ne dis mot, 6vv, P; anon. in B-Br 228; attrib. La Rue in Picker (1965), Milsom (3 2-voice canons)
Je ne scay plus, 3vv, P; anon. in Br 228; attrib. La Rue in Picker (1965), Milsom
Las, helas, las, seray-je repris?, 4vv, P; anon. in Br 228; attrib. La Rue in Picker (1965), Milsom (rondeau cinquain)
Me fauldra il, 4vv, P; anon. in Br 228; attrib. La Rue in VMP xxii, Picker (1965) (? poem by Marguerite of Austria; ? paired with Il me fait mal)
Plusieurs regretz, 4vv, P; anon. in Br 228; attrib. La Rue in Picker (1965), Milsom
Quant il advient, 5vv, P; anon. in Br 228; attrib. La Rue in VMP xxii, Milsom
Quant il survient, 4vv, P; ed. in Cw iii (1929); anon. in Br 228; attrib. La Rue in VMP xxi, Picker (1965), Milsom (rondeau quatrain)
Sailliés avant, 5vv; anon. in A-Wn 18746; attrib. La Rue in Bernstein; attrib. Josquin in J. van Benthem, TVNM, xxii (1971–2), 21–9
Se je souspire/Ecce iterum, 3vv, P; anon. in B-Br 228; attrib. La Rue in Milsom (on death of Philip the Fair; ? French poem and Latin text of 1p. by Marguerite of Austria; c.f. of 2p. from Lamentations, tone for 3rd lesson of Tenebrae)
Soubz ce tumbel, 4vv, P; anon. in Br 228; attrib. La Rue in VMP xxii, Milsom; attrib. Josquin in Picker (1965) and others (setting of J. Lemaire, ‘L’epitaphe de l’amant vert’)

Doubtful and misattributed works:
Missa ‘Coronata’, 4–5vv, ed. A. Smijers, Werken van Josquin des Près: Missen, iii, afl.30–31 (Amsterdam, 1952); ascribed to La Rue in Weimar, Bibliothek der Evangelisch-Lutherischen Kirchengemeinde, MS B, but by Josquin (his Missa de Beata Virgine)
Missa de septem doloribus, 4vv; anon. in only source, B-Br 215–16 (from Habsburg-Burgundian court); possibility of La Rue’s authorship first examined in Robijns, 1954
Missa ‘Iste confessor domini’, 4vv, D vii; ascribed to La Rue in P-Cug 2, but by Févin (his Missa O quam glorifica)
Magnificat quarti toni, 4vv, ed. A. Smijers and A. Antonowycz, Werken van Josquin des Près: Motetten, v, afl.47 (Amsterdam, 1958); ascribed to La Rue in I-MOd III, elsewhere to Josquin, Agricola and Brumel; probably by Josquin
Lamentationes Hieremiae, 2–6vv, D viii; ascribed to La Rue in 15491, portions ascribed elsewhere to Stephan Mahu, Antoine de Févin and Forster; one section by Févin, the rest probably by Mahu
Anima mea liquefacta est, 4vv, P; attrib. La Rue in VMR xviii, but actually by Weerbeke
Domini est terra, 4vv, inc., D ix; ascribed to La Rue in lost T book originally belonging to D-Bga 7
Passio domini nostri, 4vv, ed. in RhauM, x (1990); New Obrecht Edition, xviii (1999); ascribed to La Rue in D-Dl 505, elsewhere to Obrecht, Longueval and Jo. a la Venture; by Longueval
Proch dolor/Pie Jhesu, 7vv, P; anon. in B-Br 228; attrib. La Rue in VMR xix, but written for death of Maximilian (1519) and hence not by La Rue; attrib. Josquin in Picker (1965)
Salva nos domine, 4vv, ed. in RhauM, iii (1959); ascribed to La Rue in 15388, but contrafactum of 3rd Agnus Dei of Isaac’s Missa Salva nos
Sancta Maria succurre miseris/O werder mondt, 4vv, P; anon. in Br 228; attrib. La Rue in VMR xix, but by Franciscus Strus
Stabat mater/Comme femme, 5vv, ed. A. Smijers, Werken van Josquin des Près: Motetten, ii, afl.21 (Amsterdam, 1942); attrib. La Rue in SchmidlD and elsewhere, but by Josquin
Virga tua, 2vv, D ix; ascribed to La Rue in D-Rp 220–22, but probably by Pipelare (setting of grad text from Requiem Mass; c.f. chant Si ambulem)
Ach hülff mich leid, 4vv, M; ed. in SMd, v (1967); ascribed to La Rue in CH-Bu F.X.1–4; elsewhere to Josquin, Bauldeweyn and Hans Buchner; probably by Buchner
Adieu Florens la jolie [Carmen in sol], 4vv, M; ed. in MRM, vii (1983); ascribed to La Rue in A-Wn 18810, but by Pietrequin Bonnel
Au feu d’amour, 4vv, M; ed. H. Riemann, Musikgeschichte in Beispielen (Leipzig, 1911–12, 2/1921); ed. in Meconi (1997); ascription to ‘La Rue’ in 15416 and elsewhere refers to Robert de la Rue
Buccucia dolce chiu che canamielle, 4vv, ed. in RRMR, xxx (1978); ascription to ‘Piersson’ in 1548, thought by Ambros to be La Rue, actually refers to Perissone Cambio
Car dieu voulut, 4vv, P; attrib. La Rue in VMP xxi, but actually by Agricola (2p. of Je n’ay deuil que de vous)
Dicte moy bergère, 4vv, M; 2 2-voice canons; ascribed to La Rue in I-Fc 2442; possibly by Josquin, to whom it is attributed in D-HRD 9820
D’ung desplaisir, 4vv, M; ed. M. Cauchie, Quinze chansons françaises du XVIe siècle (Paris, 1926); ascription to ‘De la Rue’ in 1538 and elsewhere refers to Robert de la Rue
Du tout plongiet/Fors seulement, 4vv, P; attrib. La Rue in VMP xxi, but by Brumel
Een vrolic wesen, 3vv, ed. in CMM vii/2 (1957); Sup (and presumably the rest) ascribed to La Rue in I-TRc 1947/4, but Barbireau is more likely
Een vrolic wesen, 4vv, M; ed. in CMM xxxiv/1 (1966); ascribed to La Rue in A-Wn 1881, but by Pipelare
Elle a bien ce ris, 4vv, M; ed. in CMM lii/3 (1974); ascription to ‘D. la rue’ in D-Mbs 1508 refers to Robert de la Rue; elsewhere ascribed to Claudin de Sermisy
En desirant ce que ne puis avoir, 3vv, ed. in G.M. Jones: The ‘First’ Chansonnier of the Biblioteca Riccardiana, Codex 2794 (diss., New York U., 1972), ii, 158; ascription to ‘Pietrequin’ in I-Fr 2794 refers to Pietrequin Bonnel
En l’amour d’une dame, 5vv, inc., M; ascribed to La Rue in GB-Lbl 19583; unlikely on stylistic grounds
Fama malum, 4vv, P; anon. in B-Br 228; attrib. La Rue in VMP xix; Picker (1965) suggests attrib. to De Orto (text from Aeneid)
Fors seulement (ii) [Exortum est in tenebris], 4vv, P; ed. in CMM xxxiv/1 (1966); ascribed to La Rue in 1502, but by Pipelare
Il fault morir, 6vv, M; textless; ascribed to La Rue in D-Rp C120; unlikely on stylistic grounds
In pace in idipsum/Que vous madame, 3vv, P; attrib. La Rue in VMR xix, but by Josquin
Je n’ay deuil que je ne suis morte, 4vv, P; attrib. La Rue in VMP xxi, but by Ockeghem
Je n’ay deuil que de vous, 4vv, P; attrib. La Rue in VMP xxi, but by Agricola
Je suys a moy, 4vv, M; ascription to ‘La Rue’ in 15365 refers to Robert de la Rue; ascribed to Mittantier in index
Jouyssance vous donneray [Iam sauche, Jani sauche], 4vv, M; ed. in CMM lii/3 (1974); ascribed to La Rue in A-Wn 18810, but by Claudin de Sermisy
Las que plains tu, 4vv, M; ascription to ‘La Rue’ in 1541 and elsewhere refers to Robert de la Rue
Leal schray tante [Carmen in re], 4vv, M; ascribed to La Rue in Wn 18810 and D-Rp C120; but by Josquin, to whom it is attributed in CH-Zz Z.XI.301
Le renvoye [Num stultum est mortem], 2vv, M; ed. in HM, xxvii (1950/R), lxxiv (1951); ed. in RRMR xvi–xvii (1974); ascribed to La Rue in 154916; unlikely on stylistic grounds (Sup of Compère’s chanson in Sup)
Ma mère hellas, 4vv, M; ed. H. Expert, Anthologie chorale des maîtres musiciens de la Renaissance française (Paris, 1938); ascription to ‘La Rue’ in 1536 refers to Robert de la Rue
Mes douleurs sont incomparables, 3vv, ed. in G.M. Jones: The ‘First’ Chansonnier of the Biblioteca Riccardiana, Codex 2794 (diss., New York U., 1972), ii, 165; ascription to ‘Pietrequin’ in I-Fr 2794 refers to Pietrequin Bonnel
Mais que ce fust secretement [Donzella no men culpeys], 3vv, ed. in CMM xv/5 (1972); ascriptions to ‘Pierquin’ etc. in Bc Q17 and elsewhere refer to Pietrequin Bonnel; elsewhere ascribed incorrectly to Compère
Qu’en dictez vous suis je en danger, 3vv, ed. in G.M. Jones: The ‘First’ Chansonnier of the Biblioteca Riccardiana, Codex 2794 (diss., New York U., 1972), ii, 294; ascription to ‘Pietrequin’ in Fr 2794 refers to Pietrequin Bonnel
Sans y penser a l’aventure, 3vv, ed. in G.M. Jones: The ‘First’ Chansonnier of the Biblioteca Riccardiana, Codex 2794 (diss., New York U., 1972), ii, 160; ascription to ‘Pietrequin’ in Fr 2794 refers to Pietrequin Bonnel
Si dedero, 3vv, P; attrib. La Rue in VMR xix, but by Agricola
Si le changer, 4vv, M; ascription to ‘De la Rue’ in 1554 refers to Robert de la Rue
Si sumpsero, 3vv, P; attrib. La Rue in VMR xix, but by Obrecht
Tant que nostre argent durra [Amours fait molt tant/Il est de bonne heure né/Tant que nostre argent dure], 4vv, M; ed. in MRM, vii (1983); ascribed to La Rue in CH-Bu F.X.1–4, elsewhere to Japart and Busnoys; probably by Japart



Informació addicional... 

INTERPRETS: Ensemble Officium; Wilfried Rombach
AMAZON: DE LA RUE, P. - Missa Pro Defunctis
SPOTIFY: DE LA RUE, P. - Missa Pro Defunctis



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