2 edition of The Findern manuscript (Cambridge University Library ms. Ff.1.6) found in the catalog.
The Findern manuscript (Cambridge University Library ms. Ff.1.6)
|Statement||introd. by Richard Beadle & A. E. B. Owen.|
|Contributions||Beadle, Richard., Owen, A. E. B.|
|LC Classifications||PR1120 .F5 1977|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxiii p., 159 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||159|
|LC Control Number||77006780|
Introduction. Medieval music theory encompasses technical writing on music from roughly to CE —from the transmission to the West of ancient Greek music theory via the writings of Boethius and his contemporaries to the development of printing. It was disseminated principally in Latin. For more on the responsibilities of provincial wives, see Coss; Ann S. Haskell, "The Paston Women on Marriage in Fifteenth-Century England," Viator 4 (), ; and Sarah McNamer, "Female Authors, Provincial Setting: The Re-Versing of Courtly Love in the Findern Manuscript," Viator 22 .
The title of this book is a gentle pun; the authors’ purpose is to display the rich scholarly opportunities of medieval manuscripts—opening up the books—and to open up the field of codicology to readers outside of the small community of manuscript : Janine Rogers. From The Book of Margery Kempe. Charles of Orleans ). Anonymous Songs and Short Poems, Religious, Comic and Amatory. Love-Poems (By Women?) From The Findern Manuscript. Popular Ballads. Reginald Pecock (/5- ). The Paston Letters. Sir John Fortescue (). From The Governance of England. Author: Derek Pearsall.
This deeply informed and lavishly illustrated book is a comprehensive introduction to the modern study of Middle English manuscripts. It is intended for students and scholars who are familiar with some of the major Middle English literary works, such as The Canterbury Tales, Gawain and the Green Knight, Piers Plowman, and the romances, mystical works or cycle plays, but who may not /5(6). Richard Beadle is the author of York Mystery Plays ( avg rating, ratings, 7 reviews, published ), The Cambridge Companion to Medieval English /5.
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Findern Manuscript on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Books Advanced Search New Releases Best Sellers & More Children's Books Textbooks Textbook Rentals Sell Us Your Books Best Books of the Month. 85 rows The Findern Manuscript (CUL MS Ff) is a paper codex written entirely in Middle.
CUL MS Ff.i.6, commonly called the Findern Manuscript, is a scrapbook of secular Middle English literature created in the late 15th to early 16th centuries by gentry families and their associates in and around rural Derbyshire. COVID Resources.
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Manuscripts, English (Middle) - England - Cambridge - Facsimiles. The Findern manuscript: (Cambridge University Library I) Introduction by Richard Beadle and A.
Owen - Details. While the practice of examining medieval literature in its original manuscript context is always Important, it is particularly so in the case of the anonymous love lyrics of Cambridge University Library MS Ff.l.6, the "Findern Manuscript."Cited by: the Findern manuscript as an autograph book.
Such a practice is evident within the manuscript, with the array of signatures detailing familiar names from the local gentry. These noble families may have had ties to courtly and aristocratic circles. A manuscript commonplace book, covering the periodand fully written on all c pages of the volume.
In very good clean state, and bound in roan backed marbled boards. Slight wear to the head and tail of the spine, and crease to the front board. mm x mm. SinceBookFinder has made it easy to find any book at the best price.
Whether you want the cheapest reading copy or a specific collectible edition, with BookFinder, you'll find just the right book. searches the inventories of overbooksellers worldwide, accessing millions of books in just one simple step. Named after the Findern family of Derby, the fifteenth-century Findern manuscript contains Bodleian Library, MS Fairfax 16 MS Fairfax 16 is an anthology of short.
This was the year that archaeologists found Richard III in a car park, (and I received travel funds from the Richard III Society for my trip), so in addition to researching the Findern Manuscript and the Derbyshire gentry, I and my traveling companions took an amateur interest in all things Richard.
One of the most fascinating is the Findern Manuscript (Cambridge University Library MS Ff), a household collection of Middle English literature compiled gradually over more than a century (between c and ).
This edition and discussion of the Findern Manuscript (CUL MS Ff.I.6) presents the first time that its unique lyrics are edited as a whole. The edition pursues the balance between accessibility and authenticity, representing both the manuscript and the texts themselves.
The discussion synthesises the current critical milieu which surrounds the manuscript, and draws out new aspects worthy of Author: Julie Tanner. The Lincoln manuscript comprises nine romances including Sir Degrevant (about lines of which is missing) plus other, predominantly, religious texts whilst the Findern manuscript contains a selection of courtly poetry, including the text of Sir Degrevant, written by two different scribes.
The manuscript most frequently cited as evidence of female reaction to the Legend of Good Women is the Findern Manuscript, Cambridge University Library MS Ff, a fifteenth- and sixteenth-century compilation of poetry that.
His book includes editions of three manuscripts, and Ap-pendix C provides a useful list of others. The most comprehensive list of early Tudor manu-scripts of verse appears in William A. Ringler Jr., Bibliography and Index of English Verse in Manuscript, – (London: Mansell, ). The “Findern Manuscript,” which belongs.
The Findern MS (CUL MS Ff) is a Middle English scrapbook compiled in the fifteenth and early sixteenth centuries by a series of gentry neighbors in the countryside of Derbyshire.
The volume contains notable love literature of the fourteenth and fifteenth-century, as well as two-dozen anonymous lyrics that are unique to the manuscript. I am compiling a diplomatic¹ edition of selected lyrics from the Findern manuscript and it is pertinent to study linguistic profiles of lexis local to the area of South Derbyshire where it is known that the manuscript was compiled.
If any connections can be made between localised language in the atlas and vocabulary from the anonymous lyrics. The social situations in which noble and gentry women are described as reading romances within the covers of those very texts may well provide us with a context for the making of a book like the Findern Manuscript (Cambridge University Library MS Ff).
In his study of the Findern manuscript, another great fifteenth-century anthology laden with Chauceriana, Rossell Hope Robbins demonstrated that that work was not simply the possession of a great fifteenth-century woman's household but that it served apparently as a book for several households which were linked through, among other things.
The fellowship and awards are supported by a generous gift to the Richard III Society from William B. and Maryloo Spooner Schallek. The Schallek Fellowship provides a one-year grant of $30, to support Ph.D. dissertation research in any relevant discipline dealing.
Romancing the Book: Manuscripts for "Euerich Inglische" / Linda Olson—Middle English Romances in the Auchinleck, Thornton, and Findern ManuscriptsI. Englishing Romance: The Auchinleck ManuscriptII. Romancing the Gentry Household: Robert Thornton’s Homemade Family Library —Thornton Names in the Lincoln and London Manuscripts : Kathryn Kerby-Fulton.