Paris, Bibliothèque nationale f.n.a. fr. 6771 "Codex Reina"
Padova, Biblioteca Universitaria, Mss 1475
Firenza, Biblioteca Nazionale centrale, Panciatichiano 26
Faenza, Biblioteca Comunale, ms. 117 "Codex Faenza"
Project Ars Nova (P.A.N.)
Michael Collver (counter-tenor, cornetto), Sterling Jones (fiddle, rebec, organetto, lute), Laurie Monahan (mezzo-soprano), Crawford Young (lute, cittern)] & Willem de Waal (baritone)
Playing time: 45' 57" (LP), 47' 20" (CD)
Recording site and date:
Musikakademie der Stadt, Basel, Switzweland ;
Rel.: 1985 (LP), 2001 (CD)
Diapason (#-p.): 520-84 (december 2004)
Information from owned LP and CD, Lansing McLoskey, Florian Chevallot, and Todd McComb's owned CD. The titles of tracks  and  have been modified according to the digital listing of the CD.
Jacopo da Bologna (fl.c.1340-60) was one of the most important early composers of the Italian Ars Nova. Most of his work is known from Verona, where such luminaries as Petrarch, Dante, and Marchetto da Padova worked.
A more recent recording devoted to Jacopo:
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