The well-formed virelai. Leech-Wilkinson & (Author), D. J. January, 1996.
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Examines some of the most interesting changes in Guillaume de Machaut's musical language as seen through his virelais: Dou mal qui m'a longuement; Comment qu'a moy lonteinne; He, dame de valour que j'aim; Aymi, dame de valour; Dame a qui m'ottri; J'aim sans penser laidure; Dieus, biaute, douceur; Je vivroie liement; Foy porter, honneur garder; Dame, a vous sans retollir; Helas, et comment aroie; Se d'amer me repentoie; and Liement me deport par samblant.
@article{ leech-wilkinson_well-formed_1996,
  title = {The well-formed virelai},
  abstract = {Examines some of the most interesting changes in Guillaume de Machaut's musical language as seen through his virelais: Dou mal qui m'a longuement; Comment qu'a moy lonteinne; He, dame de valour que j'aim; Aymi, dame de valour; Dame a qui m'ottri; J'aim sans penser laidure; Dieus, biaute, douceur; Je vivroie liement; Foy porter, honneur garder; Dame, a vous sans retollir; Helas, et comment aroie; Se d'amer me repentoie; and Liement me deport par samblant.},
  author = {Leech-Wilkinson, Daniel J. (Author)},
  month = {January},
  year = {1996},
  keywords = {64: Theory, analysis, and composition -- Form and genre, Guillaume de Machaut -- works -- virelais, virelai -- Guillaume de Machaut}
}
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