By David Kidger
This key textual content stands out as the first full-length examine software on Adrian Willaert, the Renaissance composer of motets and madrigals who got here to prominence within the first a part of the 16th century, and will end up important to researchers and scholars.
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In Festo Sancti Ioannis Baptiste. Ad Vesperas. Sources of Willaert’s Music [Ut queant laxis] ii Nuncius celso [a 4] iv Ventris obstruso [a 4] [no. 18], f. 19v, Iachet [Aurea luce et decore rose] Janitor coeli [no. 19], f. 20 [Fons pietatis culmina] ii Cuius refulsit [a 4] iv Prisci proceres [a 3] vi Gloria tibi trinitas [a 6] [no. 20], f. 20v Ave maris stella [a 4] iii Solve vincla [a 3] v Virgo singularis [a 5] vii Sit laus [a 6] [no. 21], f. 21 [Tibi Christe] ii Collaudemus venerantes [a 4] iv Gloriam patri [a 4] [no.
39–40. Auditae insulae, et attendite populi de longe [a 6] ii Et posuit os meum quasi gladium acutum [a 6] [no. 16], pp. 41–42. Aspice Domine quia facta est [a 6] ii Plorans ploravit in nocte [a 6] [no. 17], pp. 43–44. Pater, peccavi in coelum et coram te [a 6] ii Quanti mercenarii in domo patris mei [a 6] [no. 18], pp. 45–46. Sources of Willaert’s Music Victimae paschali laudes immolent christiani [a 6] ii Dic nobis Maria quid vidisti in via [a 6] [no. 19], pp. 47–48. Mittit ad virginem non quem vis angelum [a 6] ii Exiqui mitteris haec dona dicerre [a 4] iii Audit et suscipit puella nuncum [a 6] [no.
A). Treviso. Archivio della Cappella del Duomo. (destroyed in 1945). Vatican. Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana. Cappella Sistina. (S, A, T, B). Vicenza, Biblioteca civica Bertoliana. (S). Vienna. Österreichische Nationalbibliothek, Musiksammlung. (S, A, T, B). Revised second edition of W1106 (1539) N024: no. 75, pp. 490–494. Congratulamini mihi omnes ii Recedentibus discipulis [no. 1], pp. I–II Antoni pastor inclite [no. 2], p. III Omnipotens sempiterne Deus [no. 3], p. IIII O gemma clarissima, Catherina [no.