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Lasso, Orlando di, 1532-1594. Catalog Record Details. Motets from Quinque et sex vocibus perornatae sacrae cantiones. View full catalog record. This book cannot be downloaded.
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The Sacrae Cantiones of Carlo Gesualdo da Venosa are two collections of motets published in 1603. The first volume consists of 19 motets for 5 voices, the second volume of 20 motets for 6 or 7 voices. The bassus and sextus (sixth part) of the second volume are lost, but were reconstructed by musicologist James Wood from 2008 to 2011 and recorded by Wood's Vocalconsort Berlin in August 2011. Sacrarum cantionum quinque vocibus Liber primus, Napoli, Costantino Vitale, 1603.
Description: This motet collection contains 12 motets of which 9 are first publications. Title: Orlandi Lass. uinque et sex vocibus perornatae, sacrae cantione. iber secundus. First Publication date and place: 1565 in Venice: Girolamo Scotto. Genre, Subgenre: Sacred, Motets.
Peter Bergquist’s most popular book is Orlando Di Lasso Studies. Orlando Di Lasso: The Complete Motets 3: Motets For Four To Eight Voices From Thesaurus Musicus (Nuremberg, 1564) by. Orlando Di Lasso, Peter Bergquist.
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As Orlande Lassus' production in the motet genre is of such enormity, the numerous published collections that appeared before his sons pulled them all apart to construct the Magnum Opus Musicum of 1604 are extremely useful in grasping their chronology and the context in which Lassus himself may have considered these things