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Archival References xxiv
Music Manuscripts xxv
Introduction 1
music at ferrara in the early fifteenth century
1. Ferrara and the Trecento Background 7
the period of leonello d’este (1429–50)
4. Feragut and Dufay 36
5. Leonello’s Rule, 1441–50; the Court Chapel 43
23. Josquin’s Missa ‘Hercules Dux Ferrarie’ 268
V. A Chronological List of Musicians Active at Ferrara, 1377–1505 346
Ferrara and the Trecento Background
Music in the Earlier Years of Niccolò III (1400–29)
Leonello’s Rule, 1441–50; the Court Chapel
Singers and Repertoires
Groups of Secular Musicians
Court Dance under Leonello
Cathedral Music
Borso as Ruler
Court Musicians under Borso
Pietrobono and the Improvisatory Tradition
A Secular Manuscript of the Borso Period: The Porto MS and Rinaldo Maria d’Este
PART TWO
Ercole as Private and Public Figure
Recruitment of Musicians in the 1470s
TheCappella di Cantori
Organization and Functions of the Court Musicians
The Instrumentalists
Table 1. Court Trumpeters under Ercole I d'Este in 1484
Music in Daily Life
Table 2. Some Principal Events at the Ferrarese Court in 1476
National Groups
Rank and Hierarchy in the Chapel
Jachetto de Marvilla
Johannes Martini
Social and Economic Status of the Musicians
Inducements to Singers
Salaries and Status
Josquin Desprez at Ferrara (1503–4)
Jacob Obrecht (1504–5)
PART THREE
The Production of Music Manuscripts under Ercole I
Table 9. Some Further Payment Records for Ferrarese Polyphonic MSS
Masses by Martini and Other Composers
Table 10. Masses by Johannes Martini
Josquin’s Missa ‘Hercules Dux Ferrarie’
The Motet at Ferrara
Secular Music at the Court: Chanson and Instrumental Music
The Casanatense Chansonnier
Martini’s Secular Music
Table 12. Composers Represented in the MS Casanatense 2856
Music for Court Festivities and Theater
Music for Public Festivals, Jousts, and Special Events
Music for the Intermedi of Secular Drama
Music for Religious Spectacles
Epilogue
Sources in the Archivio di Stato, Modena
A Chronological List of Musicians Active at Ferrara, 1377–1505
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