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Motetti de la corona : Libro quarto.

Forosempronii : Impressum per Octavianum Petrutium, 1519. Italy Fossombrone.

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  • Title:
    Motetti de la corona : Libro quarto.
  • Contributor: Henry Fitz Alan Arundel Earl of, 1512-1580, former owner.;
    Noel Bauldeweyn composer.;
    Costanzo Festa -1545, composer.;
    Jean Le Brung active 16th century, composer.;
    John Lumley Lumley Baron, 1534?-1609, former owner.;
    Ottaviano Petrucci printer.;
    Adrian Willaert 1490?-1562, composer.;
    Carpentras, approximately 1470-1548, composer.;
    Josquin, des Prez, -1521, composer.
  • Subjects: Motets;
    Dewey: 780
  • Rights: Terms governing use: Public domain.
    Access restrictions: No restrictions.
  • Publication Details: Forosempronii : Impressum per Octavianum Petrutium, 1519.
  • Language: Latin
  • Uniform Title: Motetti de la corona, book 4
  • Place Name: Italy Fossombrone.
  • Description: Contents: Tribus miraculis (secunda pars: Ab oriente venerunt magi) / Co[n]stantius festa -- Verbu[m] bonum & suave (secunda pars: Ave solem genuisti) / Adrianus -- Missus est angelus gabriel (secunda pars: Hic erit magnus) / Josquin -- Verbu[m] bonu[m] & suave (secunda pars: Ave solem genuisti; tertia pars: Ave mater verbi summi) / [Anon] -- Lectio actuum appostolou[m] (secunda pars: Facta aut[em] hac voce) (Tenor 2 ostinato: Dum complerentur) / Josquin -- Inviolata integra & casta (secunda pars: Que nunc flagitant; tertia pars: O benigna, o regina) / Josquin -- Miserer[e] mei deus (secunda pars: Cor mu[n]du[m] crea i[n] me deus / Carpentras -- Misericordias domini (secunda pars: Quonia[m] est d[omi]n[u]s; tertia pars: Miserere nostri domine) / Josquin -- Deus in nomine tuo (secunda pars: Voluntarie sacrificabo tibi) / [Anon] -- Descendi in ortem meum / Johannes lebrung -- Gloriosus dei appostolus (secunda pars: postqua[m] licaoniam) / [Anon] -- Dulcissima virgo maria / [Anon] -- O crux ave spes unica / [Anon -- Pulcherrima mulierum (Tenor, Altus, Bassus: O Pulcherrima mulierum) / [Anon] -- Quam pulcbra es (secunda pars: Veni dilecte mi) / Noel baulduin -- Exaltabo te deus meus rex (secunda pars: [Tenor] Co[n]fiteantur tibi; tertia pars: Aperis tu manu[m] tuam) / Noel baulduin.
  • Identifier: System number: 018622158
  • Notes: Collection of motets in four to six parts.
    Colophon, at end of bassus part book: Impressum Forosempronii per Octavianum / Petrutium civem Forosemproniensem. Anno / Domini. MDXIX. Die ultimo Octobris. / REGISTRVM. / ABCDEFGH. Omnes quaterni preter / D F qui sunt terni.
    Copy at K.1.d.16. Digitised score at http://purl.org/rism/BI/1519/3.
    Copy at K.1.d.16. Sup[eriu]s (16 leaves), Altus (13 leaves), Tenor (14 leaves), Bassus (15 leaves); paper dimensions: 159 x 215 mm
    The first two motets are for six voices, the next four are for five voices, and the remaining motets are for four voices. 'Secunda vox Altus' in superius part book for Adrianus's 'Verbum bonum', 'secunda vox' for the anonymous 'Verbum bonum' (alto clef) and 'secunda vox' (C1 clef) 'Missus est angelus'. 'Tenor secundus' in Tenor part book for 'Tribus miraculis', 'Lectio actuum' and 'Inviolata integra' (two tenor parts in canon). 'Secundus bassus' in Bass part book for 'Tribus miraculis', Andrianus's 'Verbum bonum'. Secunda pars of 'Lectio actuum' untexted in bassus part book.
    Transcribed title page from superius part book: Motetti de la corona / Libro quarto.
    With a table of contents at the front of the superius part book and a copy of Petrucci’s privilege from Pope Leo X at the end of the bassus part book.
    Citation/references note: Harry B. Lincoln, The Latin Motet: Indexes to Printed Collections, 1500-1600 (Ottawa: Institute of Medieval Music, 1993).
    Citation/references note: John Milsom, ‘The Nonsuch Music Library’, in Chris Banks, Arthur Searle and Malcolm Turner (eds.), Sundry Sorts of Music Books: Essays on The British Library Collections, Presented to O. W. Neighbour on his 70th Birthday (London, 1993), 146-82, no. 14.
    Citation/references note: RISM B/I, 1519 ³
    Citation/references note: Stanley Boorman, Ottaviano Petrucci: A Catalogue Raisonné (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006), no. 66.
    Language note: Latin words.
  • Physical Description: 4 part books (1 v) ; 17 x 23 cm (oblong 4º)
  • Copy Note: Ownership: Copy at K.1.d.16. From the Lumley Library. Bearing the stamp 'MVSEVM / BRITAN / NICUM', in black ink, which may be dated to between 1753 and ca. 1836.
  • Shelfmark(s): Music Collections DRT Digital Store K.1.d.16
  • UIN: BLL01018622158

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