Musical Borrowing
An Annotated Bibliography

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[+] Hoekstra, Gerald R. "An Eight-Voice Parody of Lassus: André Pevernage's Bon jour mon coeur." Early Music 7 (July 1979): 367-77.

Ronsard's poem "Bon jour mon coeur" was set to music by five composers during the 1560s and 1570s, including Lassus, Goudimel, Jean de Castro, Philippe de Monte, and André Pevernage. The latter composed a parody of Lassus's chanson that doubles the length and number of voices of the model.

Works: Buus: Douce memoire (369); Gardane: Amours sans fin est le cordier cordant (369); Pevernage: Bon jour mon coeur (368-77).

Index Classifications: 1500s

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