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Cantiones sacrae

William Byrd

Cantiones sacrae

by William Byrd

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Published by [s.n.] in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by W. Horsley.
ContributionsHorsley, William.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20806593M

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42 rows  Cantiones sacrae (Vocal sacred music, literally: Sacred chants), Op. 4, is a collection of forty different pieces of vocal sacred music on Latin texts, composed by Heinrich Schütz and first published in The pieces have individual numbers 53 to 93 in the Schütz-Werke-Verzeichnis (SWV), the catalogue of his works.

The general title Cantiones sacrae was common at the time and was used by Based on: Precationes by Andreas Musculus. The "Sacrae Cantiones" of Samuel Scheidt () are not as often performed today as the "Symphoniae Sacrae" of his contemporary Heinrich Schütz () or the "Musae Sioniae " of Cantiones sacrae book Praetorius (), but it's not because Scheidt's /5(5).

Cantiones sacrae a collection of hymns and devotional chants for the different seasons of the year, the feasts of our Lord, of the Blessed Virgin, of the saints, low masses &c.: arranged for four mixed voices.

About this Item: Fugger-Motetten aus den "Sacrae cantiones". 22 vierstimmige Motetten ausgewählt mit deutschem Zweittext versehen und herausgegeben von Rudolf Budde.

Partitur. Partitur. Stuttgart, Carus ( ) []. 51 S. fol. [PARTITUR/FULL SCORE]. The Cantiones sacrae is an unusual work that stands quite apart from Schütz’s other published sacred music in both scale and style.

The collection comprises forty Latin motets for four voices, plus a figured bass for continuo accompaniment (realized on this recording by lute, violone and organ), which was added later by Cantiones sacrae book composer.

G esualdo ’ s sacred music consists of just three sets of motets, all published within the last ten years of his life.

The first of these is the first book of Sacrae Cantiones in five voices, published in ; the next is the second book of Sacrae Cantiones in six and seven voices, 1 published the same year; and the third is the rather more well-known Responsoria for Holy Week, published in.

20 rows    Description: Sacrae cantiones I – the original title of this collection is. Cantiones sacrae: a collection of hymns and devotional chants for the different seasons of the year, the feasts of our Lord, of the Blessed Virgin, of the saints, low masses &c.: arranged for four mixed voices by Mohr, Joseph,   There were two collections of motets, the first and second books of Sacrae Cantiones, dating fromand a set of Responsories for Holy Week, which appeared eight years later.

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Cantiones Sacrae. likes. Cantiones Sacrae is a vocal ensemble that specialises in polyphonic choral music of the Renaissance period. Sacrae Cantiones Book II: James Wood Berlin Vocal Consort Carlo (Prince of Venosa,Count of Conza) Gesualdo Composer: Author: Fabrice Fitch.

Part-books were the standard method of printing polyphony in the Renaissance: each publication constituted a set, usually with one voice per book. The risk is that if one of these books goes missing, the. Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Cantiones Cacrae: In Resurrectione tua Choir of New College Oxford/Edward Higginbottom Byrd: Cantiones Sacrae.

Cantiones Sacrae () The Cardinall's Musick, Andrew Carwood ASV's Byrd Edition presents Propers for Candlemas (also known as the 'Feast of the Purification'), and further motets from the CantionesSacrae, many of them composed to strengthen the spirits.

Cantiones Sacrae presents a captivating evening of Advent and Christmas music sung a cappella in the stunning setting and acoustic of St Salvador’s Church.

By the light of over candles, the group will perform a selection of seasonal music ranging from Renaissance motets to well-loved Christmas carols. The death of Tallis in may have prompted Byrd to set his musical house in order, for in the next three years he published four collections of his own music: Psalmes, Sonets, & Songs of Sadnes and Pietie (), Songs of Sundrie Natures (), and two further books of Cantiones sacrae ( and ).

The two secular volumes were dedicated, respectively, to Sir Christopher Hatton, the. Magnificat soar in Schütz’s Cantiones sacrae, Elizabeth Kenny excels in old and new music for theorbo, and Private Passions continues to delight Nicholas Kenyon Sun 2 Jun EDT.

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This collection follows Martin Peu d’Argent's two volumes of "Cantiones Sacrae" in In the Acuta vox part book ‘Misit me vivens’ has the name ‘Dauid Gransyre’ incorrectly printed above the prima pars, and ‘Gaude Maria virgo’ has the tertia pars incorrectly described as of ‘incero autore’.

Copy at Kg. Cantiones Sacrae II, Kevin Allen, 15 Latin Motets. ByKevin Allen Music. Paperback. USD Add to Cart.Tota Pulchra Es Maria, Tristis Est Anima Mea, Tantum Ergo. - - - Fifteen SATB motets • page book • includes the famous Tantum Ergo which opens “Sacred, Beautiful, & Universal” • 15 free practice videos by.

Cantiones sacrae (Sacred Songs). Term used by many composers, incl. (1) Motets by William Byrd. Book I () contains 29 for 5 vv., Book II () 20 for 5 vv. and 12 for 6 vv. In Byrd and Tallis jointly pubd. vol. of Cantiones sacrae of which 17 were by Byrd.(2) Comp.

Source for information on Cantiones sacrae: The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Music dictionary.Additional Physical Format: Print version: Byrd, William, or Book 1 of Cantiones sacrae. London: Printed for the members of the Musical Antiquarian Society by Chappell, [].