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A gift of madrigals and motets

Author: H Colin Slim; Philippe Verdelot; Newberry Library.
Publisher: Chicago, Published for the Newberry Library by the University of Chicago Press [©1972]
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Document Type: Musical Score
Music Type: Madrigals; Motets; Part-songs
All Authors / Contributors: H Colin Slim; Philippe Verdelot; Newberry Library.
ISBN: 0226762718 9780226762715
OCLC Number: 16106105
Language Note: English translations of the motets and madrigals appear at the end of v. 2.
Notes: Vol. 2: vii p., score (451 p.)
Transcription into modern notation of 30 motets and 30 madrigals for 4-6 voices by Verdelot and others; Latin or Italian words.
Edited from part-books (4 surviving of 5), assembled in Florence ca. 1528, possibly by Verdelot, and dedicated to Henry VIII of England.
Description: 2 v. illus., facsims. 29 cm.
Contents: v.1. [Part] I : The manuscript --
History of the partbooks --
Florentine origin : The physical evidence. Appendix to chapter two --
The composers --
The texts --
A Florentine gift for Henry VIII --
[Part] II : The music --
General musical traits --
The motets --
The madrigals --
The results of collation --
The Newberry motets and madrigals in other sources --
Appendix A : Contents of the Newberry partbooks and their sources --
Appendix B : List of abbreviations. v.2. Transcriptions. Motets for four voices. Ecce tu pulcra es ; O Domine Jesu Criste ; Joseph sancte / Anon. --
O clemens o pia virgo ; Qui confidunt in Domino ; Ascendens Christus / Lhéritier --
Quousque non reverteris pax ; Aspice, Domine, de sede sancta tua / Sermisy --
Gaudeamus omnes in Domino ; Victimae pascali laudes ; Ad Dominum cum tribularer ; Hesterna die / Verdelot --
Pater noster, qui es in celis ; Congratulamini mihi omnes / Willaert. Motets for five and six voices. Salve, Rex, pater misericordie ; Eripe me, Domine ; Da pacem, Domine ; Nil maius superi vident / Anon. --
Ego sum qui sum / Conseil --
Ave regina celorum / De Silva --
Quare fremuerunt gentes / Sermisy --
Si bona suscepimus ; In te, Domine, speravi; non confundar ; O dulcissime Domine Jesu Criste ; Ave gratia plena ; Recordare, Domine ; Sancta Maria, virgo virginum ; Congregati sunt ; Deus, in nomine tuo / Verdelot --
Ecce Dominus veniet / Willaert. Madrigals for four, five, and six voices. Quanta dolceça, amore ; Se ben' li occhi ; Chi non fa prova, amore ; Sì suave è l'inghanno ; Ognun si duol' d'amore ; Dentr'al mio cor' ; Cortese alma gentile / Anon. (Verdelot?) --
Deh, quant'è dolc'amor / Maistre Jhan (Verdelot?) --
Con l'angelico riso ; Donna leggiadr' et bella ; Amor, io sento l'alma ; I vostri acuti dardi ; O dolce nocte ; Quanto sia lieto il giorno ; Con lacrim' et sospir' ; Madonna, per voi ardo ; Piove da li occhi ; La bella donna ; Afflicti spirti mei ; Donna che sete Lasso, che se creduto ; Liet'è madonna ; Madonna, qual certeça ; Madonna, io v'amo et taccio ; Altro non è el mio amor' ch'el proprio inferno ; Italia mia, bench'el parlar' ; Donna, se fera stella ; Pur troppo, donna ; Quando nascesti, amore ; Ultimi mei sospiri / Verdelot.
Responsibility: [by] H. Colin Slim.

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