Biblioteca de la Guitarra y Cuerda Pulsada

Biblioteca de la Guitarra y Cuerda Pulsada

Josquin’s Mass Settings for Vihuela, with a Critical Edition of Diego Pisador’s Intabulations of Faysant regretz (1552)

In sixteenth-century Spain, the music of Josquin des Prez enjoyed universal veneration and remarkable longevity, due in no small part to the advent of print and the widespread circulation of vihuela intabulations. Josquin’s Missa Faysant regretz, present in the earliest printed editions of Petrucci, was adapted by every vihuelist that intabulated his music, and is one of eight near-complete Mass intabulations in Diego Pisador’s self-published Libro de música de vihuela (Salamanca, 1552). For vihuelists, and by extension the majority of sixteenth-century Spanish households, the role of Josquin was central to virtually every facet of music making, providing not only an ideal model for study, but also a fundamental resource for adaptation and emulation whose full impact has not yet been completely addressed by modern scholarship. And for performers as well, the present study will offer fresh insights into an important though infrequently performed body of...

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