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Tertius liber modulorum, quatuor et quinque vocum : (quos vulgus Motteta vocat) / à quibusuis celeberrimis authoribus excerptus.

[Geneva] : Michaelis Syluij Typis, [1560?] Switzerland Geneva.

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  • Title:
    Tertius liber modulorum, quatuor et quinque vocum : (quos vulgus Motteta vocat) / à quibusuis celeberrimis authoribus excerptus.
  • Contributor: Michel Dubois approximately 1500-1561, printer.;
    Adam Gumpeltzhaimer 1559-1625, former owner.
  • Subjects: Motets;
    Dewey: 782.526
  • Publication Details: [Geneva] : Michaelis Syluij Typis, [1560?]
  • Language: Latin
  • Place Name: Switzerland Geneva.
  • Description: Contents: Congratulamini mihi omnes (secunda pars: Tulerunt Dominum meum) / Crecquillon -- Vide[n]tes stellam magi / Goudimel -- Hodie nobis caelorum rex (secunda pars: Gloria in excelis Deo) / Goudimel -- Dum complerentur dies Pe[n]thecostes (secunda pars: Repleti sunt omnes spiritu sancto) / Clemens non papa -- Domine, nonne bonu[m] seme[n] seminasti / V. Phinot -- Domine Deus [Bassus begins: Ortis & clemens Doine Deus] / Clemens non papa -- Laudate Dominum omnes ge[n]tes / Gose -- Domine non est exaltatum cor meum / Clemens non papa -- Domine probastime & cognovistime (secunda pars: Proba me Domine & scito cor meum) / Clemens non papa -- Adiuva nos Deus salutaris noster / Crequillon.
  • Identifier: System number: 004538692
  • Notes: Collection of motets in five parts except for Goudimel’s ‘Videntes stellam magi’ and ‘Hodie nobis caelorum’, for four voices.
    The attribution to Clemens non Papa for ‘Domine non est exaltatum’ is given only in the index.
    The first six of the motets in this volume occur in the "Quartus Liber Modulorum," published by S. à Bosco and G. Gueroult in 1555.
    Transcribed title page from bassus part book: TERTIVS / LIBER MODVLORVM, / QVATVOR ET QVINQVE VO- / cum, (quos vulgus Motteta vocat) à quibusuis / celeberrimis authoribus excerptus. / Bassvs. / Michaelis Syluij / TYPIS.
    With index.
    Final leaf contains blank printed staves.
    Copy at K.2.b.11.(3.). Digitised score at http://purl.org/rism/BI/1559/4.
    Copy at K.2.b.11.(3.). Bassus (24 leaves); paper dimensions: 600 x 805 mm.
    Citation/references note: RISM B/I, 1559 ⁴
    Citation/references note: Harry B. Lincoln, The Latin Motet: Indexes to Printed Collections, 1500-1600 (Ottawa: Institute of Medieval Music, 1993).
    Citation/references note: Laurent Guillo, Les editions musicales de la Renaissance Lyonnaise (Paris: Klincksieck, 1991), Index no. 37
    Reproduction note: Copy at K.2.b.11.(3.). Electronic reproduction. London : British Library, 2011. (Early Music Online).
    Language note: Latin words.
  • Physical Description: 5 part books ; 9 x 11 cm (oblong 16º)
  • Copy Note: Ownership: Copy at K.2.b.11.(3.). Formerly owned by Adam Gumpelzhaimer.
    Copy note: Copy at K.2.b.11.(3.). Manuscript inscription in black ink inside cover of K.2.b.11.: "Constant Fl 1". Manuscript numbering in black ink throughout K.2.b.11 starts as folio numbering then switches to numbering each piece. Manuscript inscription in red ink on title page of K.2.b.11.(1.): "A. G. 1597. Bibliopolae 40 k. Bibliopego 20 k. Constant 1 Fl".
    Copy note: Copy at K.2.b.11.(3.). "A. G." identified as Adam Gumpelzhaimer. Regarding the former ownership of and the inscriptions in the British Library copy, see Richard Charteris, "A late Renaissance music manuscript unmasked", eBLJ 2006, Article 3, pages 4-5, 19 (http://www.bl.uk/eblj/2006articles/article3.html).
    Copy note: Copy at K.2.b.11.(3.). The opening words ‘Domine Deus’ have been added in black ink to the score of the motet of this name by Clemens non Papa.
    Physical condition: Copy at K.2.b.11.(3.). Imperfect: Bassus part book only; wanting the other part books.
  • Shelfmark(s): Music Collections K.2.b.11.(3.)
  • UIN: BLL01004538692

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