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5 Huic Fulgencius stirps beniuola post successit, qui primum Astoritensem cathedram et demum Carthaginense pallium apprehendens bino cornu pontificalis honoris noscitur decoratus.
Anima mea liquefacta est / Stirps Jesse, with its text from the Song of Songs and archaisms reflecting English precedents, to the 1468 marriage of Charles the Bold of Burgundy and Margaret of York--and for also attributing the "remarkably attractive and accomplished" anonymous four-voice motet O pulcherrima mulierum Girum celi circuivi (p.
Ningun glosario del CGL ofrece tanta cantidad de sinonimos de stirps como el GB.
Auricomum alterius mundi jubar altera virgo, Regia cui stirps est, meus neque stirpe minor; Bis imperfectum facili cape fronte poema: Est quia perfectus qui tibi mittit amor.
12) 'Signa petis; non signa tamen stirps dura uidebis/Exoptata.
Las composiciones de Fulbert para esta fiesta comparten algunos de los tropos liturgicos de la fiesta de la Asuncion, pero otros eran nuevos, como el responsorio Stirps Jesse (la raiz o estirpe de Jese), que creaba una genealogia completa para Maria, basada en la profecia de Isaias (11:1-2):
He notes, for example, that the homage motet Ascaniae stirps virtus est for Johann-Ernst of Anhalt formerly survived in sixteen printed copies in a Zerbst library, suggesting that Lechner presented a sizeable and pricey stock of copies.
In a similar fashion, Paula Higgins ("Love and Death in the Fifteenth-Century Motet: A Reading of Busnoys's Anima mea liquefacta est / Stirps Jesse") suggests a previously unexplored context for composition based on events at the French court surrounding the death of the dauphine, Margaret of Scotland, and a close reading of Anima mea and related texts.