Tuesday, 30 November 2021

Francisco Garro († 1623): Missa Maria Magdalene (SSATBB)

The Spanish composer Francisco Garro published this wonderful Mass based on the famous motet by Francisco Guerrero on his Opera aliquot (Lisbon, 1609). This is a very different Mass from the one by Alonso Lobo (available here). The final Agnus Dei is scored for eight voices with a double canon In diapason.

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Monday, 29 November 2021

Tuesday, 23 November 2021

Pedro Rimonte (1565-1627): Missa In diebus illis (SATB)

The second Mass of the Missae sex (Antwerp, 1604) by the Spanish composer Pedro Rimonte (1565-1627) is based on the motet by Palestrina. The Agnus Dei is scored for six voices with a Canon in subdiapente & in diatessaron on the Altus.

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© Jorge Martín




Wednesday, 17 November 2021

Pere Riquet (fl. 1598-1619): Missa Susanne un jour (SATB)

This Mass by Pere Riquet (fl. 1598-1619) was one of the latest (if not the last) Masses based on the famous chanson by Didier Lupi and Orlando di Lasso.

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Monday, 15 November 2021

Cristóbal de Montemayor (fl. 1583-1600): Tu es Petrus (SSATTB)

Cristóbal de Montemayor (or Cristoforo Montemayor) is a rather unknown Spanish Renaissance composer. The only source for his works is the Liber primus cum octo et sex et quinque et quatuor vocibus (Napoli, 1593), a collection with psalms for double choir, hymns, motets and a couple of Masses. Though the double choir psalms and hymns are quite uninteresting, the works that stand out are the motets for four, five and six voices.

We are publishing the motets for four, five and six voices by Montemayor in Ars Subtilior Editions. The copy of the Liber primus (I-RN Mss musicali 135) has a lot of errors (text, accidentals, values...) that have been corrected for our editions.

Tu es Petrus is a motet for six voices (SSATTB) that uses a small part of the usual text (Tu es Petrus, et super hanc petram edificabo Ecclesiam meam. Alleluia.)

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MIDI


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Wednesday, 10 November 2021

Manuel Cardoso (1566-1650): Missa Tradent enim vos (SAATB)

A Mass on the homonym motet by Palestrina. The final six-voice Agnus Dei closes with an impressive Trinitas in unitate canon with the riddle Qui sequitur me via recta non ambulat in tenebris.

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Monday, 8 November 2021

Luzzasco Luzzaschi (c. 1545-1607): Sacrarum cantionum liber primus (Complete Edition)

The Sacrarum cantionum liber primus (Venice, 1598) is the only extant collection of motets by the famous composer of madrigals Luzzasco Luzzaschi (c. 1545-1607). All the motets are scored for five voices (SATTB, except Pater noster, which is for SSAAT).

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Sacrarum cantionum liber primus (Venice, 1598)

14 motets for 5vv


 

In te Domine speravi

SATTB

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Gaudent in caelis

SATTB

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O sacrum convivium

SATTB

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Deus tu scis inspientiam

SATTB

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Vias tuas Domine

SATTB

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Homo quidam fecit coenam

SATTB

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Pater noster

SSAAT

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Hodie nobis caelorum rex

SATTB

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In tribulatione mea

SATTB

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O felix Massilia

SATTB

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Tulerunt Dominum

SATTB

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Ad Dominum cum tribularer

SATTB

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In die tribulationis meae

SATTB

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Mensae caelestis

SATTB

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Wednesday, 6 October 2021

Alonso Lobo (1555-1617): Missa Maria Magdalene (SSATBB)

A Mass on the famous motet by Francisco Guerrero (1528-1599).

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© 2021 Jorge Martín



Thursday, 30 September 2021

Filipe de Magalhães (c. 1571-1652): Missa de Beata Virgine Maria (SATB)

The first Mass of Missarum liber cum antiphonis (Lisbon, 1636) by the Portuguese Renaissance composer Filipe de Magalhães (c. 1571-1652).

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© 2021 Jorge Martín



Wednesday, 22 September 2021

Duarte Lobo (c. 1565-1646): Missa Sancta Maria (SATB)

The Missa Sancta Maria is the second Mass of the first book of Masses (Liber missarum IIII. V. VI. et VIII. vocibus, Antwerp, 1621) by the Portuguese Renaissance composer Duarte Lobo (c. 1565-1646). This Mass is based on the homonym motet by the Spanish composer Francisco Guerrero (1528-1599), the most admired Spanish composer of his generation. 

The Agnus Dei is the perfect sample of Duarte Lobo's genius. Scored for six voices, the riddle in the Cantus (and the Tenor with a canon at the octave down) with the words per aliam reversi sunt means that the six-note ostinato has to be sung alternatively from left to right (A-G-A-C-B-A) and backwards with the intervals inverted (A-G-F-A-B-A).

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© 2021 Jorge Martín





Thursday, 16 September 2021

Pedro Rimonte (1565-1627): Missa de Beata Virgine (SATB)

The first Mass of the Missae sex (Antwerp, 1604) by the Spanish composer Pedro Rimonte (Zaragoza, 1565-1627). The final Agnus Dei adds two extra voices with a double canon.

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© 2021 Jorge Martín