Showing posts with label Rusconi Codex. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Rusconi Codex. Show all posts

Monday 26 February 2024

Jacquet de Mantua (c. 1483-1559): Veni Sancte Spiritus (SATB) [Rusconi Codex]

Now kept in the Museo Internazionale e Biblioteca della Musica di Bologna, the Rusconi Codex, probably copied c. 1518 for the Cathedral of Padua, contains 95 works, mostly motets and a few masses (some of them unica) and, according to Robert Nosow, was copied by one of its most represented composers, a certain Renaldo (probably Petrus de Renaldis, died in 1521). The Rusconi Codex is one of the most important music manuscripts in northern Italy in the first third of the 16th century. We are publishing a selection of over 60 works by Italian and French composers such as Jean Mouton, Renaldo, Jacquet de Mantua, Costanzo Festa, Lupus, Pierre Moulu, Maistre Jhan and others.

Veni Sancte Spiritus is a short motet by Jacquet de Mantua (c. 1483-1559) from the Rusconi Codex. You can buy this score here. Please consider purchasing our scores for the price you want to support Ars Subtilior Editions!

Music from the Rusconi Codex (I-Bc Q.19)

Sebastiano Festa (c. 1490/5-1524)

Angele Dei

SSTB

Buy

Jean Mouton (c. 1459-1522)

Moriens lux amantissima

SATTB

Buy

Renaldo (Petrus de Renaldis, †1521?)

Paradisi portas

SATB

Buy

Hotinet Barra (fl. 1510-1523)

Peccantem me quotidie

SATB

Buy

Jacquet de Mantua (c. 1483-1559)

Noe, noe, hodie Salvator

SATB

Buy

Jacquet de Mantua (c. 1483-1559)

O vos qui transitis

SATB

Buy

Jacquet de Mantua (c. 1483-1559)

Veni Sancte Spiritus

SATB

Buy



© 2024 Jorge Martín


Thursday 16 November 2023

Jacquet de Mantua (c. 1483-1559): O vos qui transitis (SATB) [Rusconi Codex]

An expressive three-part motet by Jacquet de Mantua in the Rusconi Codex. You can buy this score here. Please consider purchasing our scores for the price you want to support Ars Subtilior Editions! 

Music from the Rusconi Codex (I-Bc Q.19)

Sebastiano Festa (c. 1490/5-1524)

Angele Dei

SSTB

Buy

Jean Mouton (c. 1459-1522)

Moriens lux amantissima

SATTB

Buy

Renaldo (Petrus de Renaldis, †1521?)

Paradisi portas

SATB

Buy

Hotinet Barra (fl. 1510-1523)

Peccantem me quotidie

SATB

Buy

Jacquet de Mantua (c. 1483-1559)

Noe, noe, hodie Salvator

SATB

Buy

Jacquet de Mantua (c. 1483-1559)

O vos qui transitis

SATB

Buy



©2023 Jorge Martín

Monday 2 October 2023

Jacquet de Mantua (1483-1559): Noe, noe, hodie salvator (SATB) [Rusconi Codex]

A four-voice motet for Christmas by Jacquet de Mantua (1483-1559) in the Rusconi Codex.

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

Music from the Rusconi Codex (I-Bc Q.19)

Sebastiano Festa (c. 1490/5-1524)

Angele Dei

SSTB

Buy/Download

Jean Mouton (c. 1459-1522)

Moriens lux amantissima

SATTB

Buy/Download

Renaldo (Petrus de Renaldis, †1521?)

Paradisi portas

SATB

Buy/Download

Hotinet Barra (fl. 1510-1523)

Peccantem me quotidie

SATB

Buy/Download

Jacquet de Mantua (c. 1483-1559)

Noe, noe, hodie Salvator

SATB

Buy/Download



©2023 Jorge Martín

Wednesday 13 September 2023

Hotinet Barra (fl. 1510-1523): Peccantem me quotidie (SATB) [Rusconi Codex]

This unica in the Rusconi Codex is also one of the few extant motets by the French composer Hotinet Barra (fl. 1510-1523).

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

Music from the Rusconi Codex (I-Bc Q.19)

Sebastiano Festa (c. 1490/5-1524)

Angele Dei

SSTB

Buy/Download

Jean Mouton (c. 1459-1522)

Moriens lux amantissima

SATTB

Buy/Download

Renaldo (Petrus de Renaldis, †1521?)

Paradisi portas

SATB

Buy/Download

Hotinet Barra (fl. 1510-1523)

Peccantem me quotidie

SATB

Buy/Download



©2023 Jorge Martín

Wednesday 23 August 2023

Renaldo (Petrus de Renaldis, †1521?): Paradisi portas (SATB) [Rusconi Codex]

A certain Renaldo (Petrus de Renaldis, †1521?) was the most represented composer in the Rusconi Codex (with ten motets and a Mass) and probably the copyist himself. The short motet Paradisi portas is the first work by Renaldo to appear in the Rusconi Codex.

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

Music from the Rusconi Codex (I-Bc Q.19)

Sebastiano Festa (c. 1490/5-1524)

Angele Dei

SSTB

Buy/Download

Jean Mouton (c. 1459-1522)

Moriens lux amantissima

SATTB

Buy/Download

Renaldo (Petrus de Renaldis, †1521?)

Paradisi portas

SATB

Buy/Download


© 2023 Jorge Martín

Monday 12 June 2023

Jean Mouton (c. 1459-1522): Moriens lux amantissima (SATTB) [Rusconi Codex]

This motet for five voices by Jean Mouton in the Rusconi Codex has a seven-note ostinato plainchant with the words Tibi soli peccavi.

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

Music from the Rusconi Codex (I-Bc Q.19)

Sebastiano Festa (c. 1490/5-1524)

Angele Dei

SSTB

Buy/Download

Jean Mouton (c. 1459-1522)

Moriens lux amantissima

SATTB

Buy/Download



© 2023 Jorge Martín


Monday 5 June 2023

Sebastiano Festa (c. 1490/5-1524): Angele Dei (SSTB) [Rusconi Codex]

Our first release from the Rusconi Codex is the motet Angele Dei by Sebastiano Festa, brother of Costanzo Festa (c. 1490-1545). We are also glad to announce that our next edition from the Rusconi Codex will be the astonishing five-voice motet Moriens lux amantissima/Tibi soli peccavi (SATTB) by Jean Mouton (c. 1459-1522).

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

Music from the Rusconi Codex (I-Bc Q.19)

Sebastiano Festa (c. 1490/5-1524)

Angele Dei

SSTB

Buy/Download

Jean Mouton (c. 1459-1522)

Moriens lux amantissima

SATTB

Soon



© 2023 Jorge Martín

Monday 8 May 2023

Music from the Rusconi Codex (Museo Internazionale e Biblioteca della Musica di Bologna, I-Bc Q.19)

We are proud to announce the forthcoming release of an extensive selection of works from the so-called Rusconi Codex (I-Bc Q.19). Now kept in the Museo Internazionale e Biblioteca della Musica di Bologna, this small choirbook, probably copied c. 1518 for the Cathedral of Padua, contains 95 works, mostly motets and a few masses (some of them unica) and, according to Robert Nosow, was copied by one of its most represented composers, a certain Renaldo (probably Petrus de Renaldis, died in 1521).

The Rusconi Codex is one of the most important music manuscripts in northern Italy in the first third of the 16th century. We are publishing a selection of over 60 works by Italian and French composers such as Jean Mouton, Renaldo, Jacquet de Mantua, Costanzo Festa, Lupus, Pierre Moulu, Maistre Jhan and others.


© 2023 Jorge Martín