5 edition of Gautier de Coinci found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -453) and index.
|Statement||edited by Kathy M. Krause and Alison Stones.|
|Genre||Songs and music.|
|Series||Medieval texts and cultures of Northern Europe -- v. 13|
|Contributions||Krause, Kathy M., 1962-, Stones, Alison.|
|LC Classifications||PQ1463.G44 Z65 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 486 p. :|
|Number of Pages||486|
|LC Control Number||2007298137|
The Medieval Library series supplants the New Medieval Library after a nine-year break. The first new title (#13) appears in and the initial 12 titles are reissued under the modified series name. Chatto & Windus seems to be the only firm publishing the restarted series. The series would reach #28 issued in
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Gautier de Coinci (c. ) was a Benedictine prior, a poet and composer, and the author of several very popular religious works, including a large collection of Miracles of the Virgin in French, which enjoyed a wide circulation during the Middle Ages. Gautier drew on multiple Latin sources for his work, embellishing and personalizing them as he adapted them to his poetic.
Abstract: Gautier de Coinci (c. ) was a Benedictine prior, a poet and composer, and the author of several very popular religious works, including a large collection of Miracles of the Virgin in French, which enjoyed a wide circulation during the Middle r drew on multiple Latin sources for his work, embellishing and personalizing them as he adapted them to his poetic.
Author of Les miracles de Nostre Dame, De sainte Leocade au tans que sainz Hyldefons estoit arcevesques de Tholete cui Nostre Dame donna l'aube de prelaz, Le Miracle de Théophile, ou, Comment Théophile vint à la pénitence, Huit miracles de Gautier de Coinci, Du clerc qui fame espousa et puis la lessa, Le miracle de la chaste impératrice, Miracoli della.
Of the tumbler of Our Lady: & other miracles Volume 2 of New medieval library Of the Tumbler of Our Lady: & Other Miracles, Alice Kemp-Welch: Author: Gautier (de Coinci) Editor: Alice Kemp-Welch: Translated by: Alice Kemp-Welch: Edition: reprint: Publisher: Chatto and Windus, Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized: Sep Gautier de Coinci (also Coincy) could easily be considered one of the most neglected composers of medieval music.
Guillaume de Machaut has his biographies and editions of his works, as do Leoninus, Perotinus and even Adam de la : John Dickinson Haines.
Get this from a library. Huit miracles de Gautier de Coinci. [Gautier, de Coinci; Erik v Kraemer; Gosudarstvennai︠a︡ publichnai︠a︡ biblioteka imeni M.E. Saltykova-Shchedrina.]. Gautier de Coinci (c.
) was a Benedictine prior, poet and author of several very popular religious works, including a large collection of Miracles of the Virgin in French, which enjoyed a wide circulation during the Middle : Hardcover. Genre/Form: Legends: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gautier, de Coinci.
Deux miracles de Gautier de Coinci. Paris: E. Droz, Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Gallica: Miraculous Rhymes: The Writing of Gautier de Coinci Volume 8 by Tony Hunt (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay. Free shipping for many products.
Miraculous Rhymes: The Writing of Gautier de Coinci (Gallica) [Tony Hunt] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The well-connected, northern-French monk and musician Gautier de Coinci (/) occupies an unassailable position as one of the most exceptional vernacular writers of the Middle AgesCited by: 2.
Book Description: The well-connected, northern-French monk and musician Gautier de Coinci (/) occupies an unassailable position as one of the most exceptional vernacular writers of the Middle Ages, concerning whom there is nevertheless no full length study in English.
Gautier de Coinci (c. ) was a Benedictine prior, a poet and composer, and the author of several very popular religious works, including a large collection of Miracles of the Virgin in French, which enjoyed a wide circulation during Pages: Links to online sources for Gautier’s magnum opus.
Gautier involved in book-making. Recently I very much enjoyed Tony Hunt’s book on Gautier de Coinci‘s exuberant but meaningful use of punning rhymes, anaphora and other rhetorical tricks in the poems that make up his Miracles of Our features were much derided by earlier commentators and the secular thrust of.
Généralités. Bambeck, Manfred, «Puits de science: Gautier de Coinci und Eustache Provenienz eines biblischen Ausdrucks aus der Symboltheologie», Romanistisches Jahrbuch, 35,p. Cazelles, Brigitte, La faiblesse chez Gautier de Coinci, Saratoga, Anma Libri (Stanford French and Italian Studies, 14), Jeanne d'Evreux, Queen of France (by –d.
) ; bequeathed to Charles V, King of France (–d. ) ; bequeathed to Charles VI, King of France (from ) ; Jean, Duke of Berry d.
(listed in inventories from –d) ; Louis-Jules de Châtelet and Christine de Gleseneuve, Bar, France (ca. –before ) ; Adolphe Carl Rothschild, Château de. Abstract. The Miracles de Nostre Dame (–) by Gautier de Coinci, a Benedictine monk from Northern France, 1 is one of the most celebrated collections of medieval Marian miracle tales in a vernacular language.
It is unusual because it contains songs, that is, musical compositions, as well as stories. 2 Both a lyric and a narrative poet, Gautier draws upon several rich : Margaret Switten. Deux miracles de Gautier de Coinci / publiés d'après tous les manuscrits connus avec introduction, notes et glossaire par Erik Boman Gautier de Coinci.
[ Book: ] Languages: French, Old (ca. ) At Uni of TAS Library. This book develops a significant perception about the Miracles of Gautier de Coinci. The author notes that Gautier departs from his medieval predecessors by depicting la faiblesse as a virtue.
Unlike the hero of epic or romance, whose goal is perfection, heroism, or strength, the characters in Gautier's Miracles illustrate, in effect, that. accessing the record of Europe's book heritage. Query: Search thesaurus/cnp Gautier, de Coinci. Gautier, de Coinci Record ID cnp URI http Heading Gautier, de Coinci used in: Personal Names Authority File (PND), Germany.
Gautier, de Coinci. The world of Gautier de Coinci The world of Gautier de Coinci Haines, John Book reviews John Haines Gautier de Coinci: miracles, music and manuscripts, ed.
Kathy M. Krause and Alison Stones (Turnhout: Brepols, ), Gautier de Coinci (also Coincy) could easily be considered one of the most neglected composers of medieval music. Guillaume de Machaut. Gautier de Coinci (c.
) was a Benedictine prior, a poet and composer, and the author of several very popular religious works, including a large collection of Miracles of the Virgin in French, which enjoyed a wide circulation during the Middle r drew on multiple Latin sources for his work, embellishing and personalizing them as he adapted them to his poetic.
XIIe-XIVesiècle. Paris: Cerf. Gautier de Coinci Duys, K. Books shaped by Song: Early literary literacy in the Miracles de Nostre Dame of Gautier de Coinci. Dissertation, New York Author: Michelle Bolduc.
Gautier de Coincy ( ), French abbot, poet and musical arranger - chiefly known for his devotion to the Virgin Mary. While he served as prior of Vic-sur-Aisne he compiled Les Miracles de.
Gautier de Coincy als Satiriker by Lommatzsch, Erhard Friedrich, Publication date Usage Public Domain Mark Topics Gautier de Coinci, satire, medieval literature, Old French, France, Middle Ages Publisher Halle a. S.: Verlag von Max Niemeyer Internet Archive HTML5 Uploader plus-circle Add Review.
comment. Reviews. Other articles where Gautier de Coincy is discussed: French literature: Religious drama: on a nondramatic compilation by Gautier de Coincy. These miracles probably were performed by the Paris goldsmiths’ guild.
6 See E. Boman, Deux miracles de Gautier de Coinci (Paris, ), p. cxvi, and Tauno Nurmela, Le Sermon en vers de la chastie as nonains de Gautier de Coinci (Helsingfors, ), p.
also MLN, LI (), 7 MS g (Arsenal ), which is closely related to a, gives Couci. Allen may have had this manuscript also in mind. Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
"The miracles here done into English are for the most part from the collection made in the thirteenth century by Gautier de Coinci, a monk of St. Médard, near Soissons."Pages: The fifteen selections of this timely volume, which grew out of an international conference on Gautier de Coinci held at the University of Pittsburgh inbring together perspectives from Old French literature and drama, art history, and musicology.
She masterminded the corpus of Chrétien de Troyes manuscripts (), co-edited the critical edition of the Pilgrim's Guide to Santiago de Compostela (), and wrote the commentary for the devotional picture-book Le livre de Madame Marie (), and co-edited the project on the manuscripts of Gautier de Coinci's Miracles de Nostre Dame ( For all book order enquiries and to place an order: Tel: +44 (0) Fax: +44 (0) E: [email protected] Post: Oxbow Books 47 Church Street.
Book review of Gautier de Coinci: Miracles, Music, and Manuscripts, ed. Kathy M. Krause and Alison Stones. Medieval Texts and Cultures of Northern Europe (Turnhout: Brepols, ), in Studies in Iconography 30 (), pp. The Christchurch Dragon is a legend associated with the town of Christchurch, Dorset, on the south coast of legend has its origin in a midth century French manuscript written by Hermann de Tournai, which tells how a party of canons from the cathedral of Notre-Dame in Laon, France, witnessed a five-headed dragon destroy the church and much of the town.
Miraculous Rhymes - The Writing of Gautier de Coinci by Tony Hunt,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. 30 oct. - Gautier de Coincy. Les Miracles de Notre-Dame. Auteur: Delisle, Léopold. Auteur de lettres Date d'édition: Contributeur: Gautier de Coinci Type: manuscrit Langue: Français Format: Parch.
- I-III, A-B et f. à 2 col. - × mm. - Reliure velours vert et soie brochée Droits: domaine public Identifiant: ark://btv1bc. Kemp-Welch, Alice: Of the Tumbler of Our Lady and Other Miracles, Now Translated from the Middle French (London, Chatto and Windus, ), contrib.
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Show more.3/5(2). “Reading Royal Allegories in Gautier de Coinci’s Miracles de Nostre Dame: The Soissons Manuscript (Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France, n. acq. ).” Collections in Context: The Organization of Knowledge and Community in Europe.
Eds. Karen Fresco and Anne D. Hedeman. Columbus: The Ohio State University Press,pp. 2 févr. - Gautier de Coinci, Miracles de Nostre Dame(Livres I et II); Saluts de Notre Dame ; Prières à Notre Dame ; Prière à Dieu. Date d'édition: Type:. Naïve NC [CDx2 + book] Richard Coeur de Lion – Les Miracles de Nostre-Dame Excerpts:  Ambroisie AM [CD] Le Mystère des Templiers The program forms a cycle of compositions by Gautier de Coincy (/), part of a larger literary work designed to chronical the miracles of the Virgin.
Or start at this prefix. Gaudreau, Armand T. (1 title) Gaugain, Mrs. (Jane) (8 titles) Gauguin, Paul, (3 titles); Gaul, Gilbert William, (1. Abstract. Gautier de Coinci (/–) was a paradoxical man: he was a monk and a prior as well as a his immensely popular and influential narrative collection, Les Miracles de Nostre Dame 1 (almost eighty-manuscripts of which survive), Gautier interpolated vernacular songs in honor of Mary, songs for which he borrowed the melodies from a wide variety of Cited by: 1.Dr Meghan P.
Quinlan introduces the work of the thirteenth-century cleric and poet-composer, Gautier de Coinci. Part of a lecture-recital of medieval song at the New College Antechapel in Oxford on 7 June From Marilyn Yalom, Birth of the Chess Queen: A History:When the great chess reform took place at the end of the fifteenth century, Catholic countries continued to use the vulgar [vernacular] equivalents of domina--dama in Spain, donna in Italy and dame in France, that evoked "Our Lady." But in Germany and England, transformed by the Protestant Reformation, refused .