Showing posts with label Guerrero. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Guerrero. Show all posts

Wednesday, 4 May 2022

Pedro Rimonte (1565-1627): Missa Ave virgo sanctissima (SSATB)

Rimonte published in his Missae sex (1604) one of the Masses (perhaps the most beautiful one) based on the famous motet by Francisco Guerrero (we have already edited the other ones that were published by Gery de Ghersem in 1598 and Juan Esquivel in 1608). The canon in unisono between the two Cantus in the original motet is also here, and Rimonte adds a beautiful Trium in unum canon (3 in 1 canon) in the Pleni sunt caeli and a six-voice Agnus Dei III.

You can buy or download this score here. Remember, you can buy our scores for the price you want to support Ars Subtilior Editions!


Pedro Rimonte (1565-1627)

Missae sex (Antwerp, 1604)

Missa de Beata Virgine

SATB

Buy/Download

Missa In diebus illis

SATB

Buy/Download

Missa Lapidabant Stephanum

SSATB

Buy/Download

Missa Ave virgo sanctissima

SSATB

Buy/Download


© 2022 Jorge Martín



Thursday, 17 March 2022

Francisco Garro († 1623): Missa Saeculorum primi toni (SSATB)

Our second edition of the Opera aliquot (Lisbon, 1609) by the Spanish composer Francisco Garro is a Mass inspired by the Missa Saeculorum amen by Francisco Guerrero. The Mass is based on the melodic formula of the Tone I to sing a Psalm or a Magnificat.

You can buy or download this score here. Remember, you can buy our scores for the price you want to support Ars Subtilior Editions!

Guerrero was a fruitful inspiration for many Spanish and European composers: we have already published the Missa Ave virgo sanctissima by Géry de Ghersem, the Missa Ave virgo sanctissima by Juan de Esquivel, the Missa Maria Magdalene and the Missa Beata Dei genitrix by Alonso Lobo, the Missa Sancta Maria and the Missa Dicebat Jesus by Duarte Lobo, to name a few!


© 2022 Jorge Martín


Tuesday, 15 March 2022

Duarte Lobo (c. 1565-1646): Missa Dicebat Jesus (SATB)

The third Mass in the Liber missarum IIII. V. VI. et VIII. vocibus (Antwerp, 1621) by Duarte Lobo (c. 1565-1646) is based on a motet by the Spanish composer Francisco Guerrero.

You can buy or download this score here. Remember, you can buy our scores for the price you want to support Ars Subtilior Editions!


© 2022 Jorge Martín


Tuesday, 22 June 2021

Juan Esquivel de Barahona (c. 1560- c. 1623): Missarum liber primus (Complete Edition)

We are proud to release the complete edition of the Missarum liber primus by Juan Esquivel de Barahona (c. 1560- c. 1623).

Published in 1608, the Missarum liber primus contains the antiphon Asperges me, three Masses based on motets by Francisco Guerrero (Ave virgo sanctissima, Ductus est Jesus and Gloriose confessor Domini), the six-voice Missa Batalla (with the final Agnus Dei for twelve voices!) on the famous chanson La guerre by Clement Janequin (which also serves as a subtle homage to Francisco Guerrero as he also published a mass on that chanson, the Missa de la batalla escoutez), one hexachord Mass for eight voices (the Missa Ut re mi fa sol la) and a five-voice Missa pro defunctis (Requiem) with the final six-voice motet In paradisum.

Remember that you can buy or download our scores for the price you want!


Juan Esquivel de Barahona (c. 1560-c. 1623)

Missarum liber primus (1608)

Asperges me

SATB

Buy/Download

Missa Ave virgo sanctissima

SSATB

Buy/Download

Missa Batalla

SSAATB

Buy/Download

Missa Ut re mi fa sol la

SSSAATTB

Buy/Download

Missa Ductus est Jesus

SATB

Buy/Download

Missa Gloriose confessor Domini

SATB

Buy/Download

Missa pro defunctis

SSATB

Buy/Download




© 2021 Jorge Martín


Tuesday, 4 February 2020

Géry de Ghersem (1573 to 1575-1630): Missa Ave virgo sanctissima (SSAATTB)

A beautiful seven-voice mass by the flemish composer Géry de Ghersem based on the Francisco Guerrero's five-voice motet Ave virgo sanctissima. It was published in Madrid in 1598 alongside with the masses by Philippe Rogier.

You can buy or download this score hereRemember, you can buy or download our scores for the price you want!

© 2020 Jorge Martín