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Motets from Quinque et sex vocibus perornatae sacrae cantiones (Venice, 1565) ; Motets for five to eight voices from Sacrae cantiones, liber secundus, tertius, quartus (Venice, 1566)

Author: Orlando di Lasso; Peter Bergquist
Publisher: Madison, Wis. : A-R Editions, [1997] ©1997.
Series: Recent researches in the music of the Renaissance, v. 109.
Edition/Format:   Musical score : LatinView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Motets
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Lasso, Orlando di, 1532-1594.
Motets from Quinque et sex vocibus perornatae sacrae cantiones (Venice, 1565)
Madison, Wis. : A-R Editions, c1997
(OCoLC)635705095
Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: Orlando di Lasso; Peter Bergquist
ISBN: 0895793857 9780895793850
OCLC Number: 37339552
Language Note: Latin words, also printed as texts with English translations on pages xxi-xxix.
Notes: Consists of the first edition motets printed in RISM 1565c, 1566c, 1566d, and 1566e. Those contained in liber quartus (1566e) are entirely first edition works.
Editorial notes on pages vii-xx; critical commentary on pages 301-306.
Description: 1 score (xxix, 306 pages) : facsimiles ; 31 cm.
Contents: Nine motets from Quinque et sex vocibus perornatae sacrae cantiones. Missus est Angelus Gabriel ; Tribus miraculis ; Cantate Domino canticum novum ; De ore prudentis ; Deus canticum novum ; Jesu, corona virginum ; Vexilla regis prodeunt ; Concupiscendo concupiscit ; Lauda Jerusalem --
Three motets from Sacrae cantiones, liber secundus and tertius. Zachaee, festinans descende ; Quid gloriaris in malitia ; Gloria Patri --
Sacrae cantiones, liber quartus. In principio erat Verbum ; Cum natus esset Jesus ; Domine, deduc me ; Nuptiae factae sunt ; Junior fui ; Congratulamini mihi omnes ; Tempus est, ut revertar ; Homo, cum in honore esset ; Audi tellus ; Dominus mihi adjutor ; Infelix ego ; Anni nostri sicut aranea ; Deus misereatur nostri ; Levavi oculos meos in montes.
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Series Title: Recent researches in the music of the Renaissance, v. 109.
Other Titles: Motets.
Quinque et sex vocibus perornatae sacrae cantiones
Responsibility: Orlando di Lasso ; edited by Peter Bergquist.

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