Jehan de Lescurel
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One Jehanot de Lescurel was hanged in 1304 for delinquencies including the rape of nuns, but the identification of this person with the composer who bore the same widespread name is now considered rash and a later date fits better with his position as a stylistic link between Adam de la Halle and Guillaume de Machaut's monodies of the 1340's. Lescurel's 34 surviving works for solo voice are appended to BN fr-146, the manuscript containing the Roman de Fauvel (1316-17) and are arranged in alphabetical order breaking off at the letter G.
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- Jehannot de L'Escurel, Balades, Rondeaux et Diz… ed. Fr. Gennrich (Summa musicae medii aevi 13, 1964)
- The Works of Jehan de Lescurel ed. Nigel Wilkins in CCM 30 (1966)
- BN fr 146 (Lescurel's works begin on fol. 57)
- Works by Jehan de Lescurel in the Petrucci Music Library (IMSLP)