The Resource The European musical heritage, 800-1750, [compiled by] Sarah Fuller ; consulting editor in music, Allan W. Schindler

The European musical heritage, 800-1750, [compiled by] Sarah Fuller ; consulting editor in music, Allan W. Schindler

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The European musical heritage, 800-1750
Title
The European musical heritage, 800-1750
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[compiled by] Sarah Fuller ; consulting editor in music, Allan W. Schindler
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  • lat
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  • spa
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  • eng
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  • discography
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  • historical information
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Form of composition
multiple forms
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multiple score formats
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Latin, Italian, Spanish, French, English or German words; English translations follow selections
LC call number
M2
LC item number
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  • active 12th century
  • active 1200
  • active 1156-1209
  • active 1200
  • active 13th century
  • 1291-1361
  • approximately 1300-1377
  • approximately 1300-1377
  • approximately 1300-1377
  • approximately 1300-1377
  • active 14th century
  • -1362 or 1363
  • approximately 1325-1397
  • active 14th century
  • approximately 1335-1411
  • -1445
  • -1445
  • approximately 1390-1453
  • -1474
  • 1397-1474
  • 1397-1474
  • approximately 1410-1497
  • -1474
  • -1474
  • approximately 1445-
  • -1521
  • -1521
  • -1521
  • -1521
  • -1521
  • approximately 1450-1517
  • 1468-1529?
  • 1468-1529?
  • 1483-1546
  • 1496-1570
  • 1500?-1554
  • 1685-1750
  • active 16th century
  • 1525?-1594
  • 1525?-1594
  • 1532-1594
  • 1532-1594
  • 1539 or 1540-1623
  • approximately 1554-1612
  • approximately 1495-approximately 1560
  • active 16th century
  • approximately 1525-approximately 1570
  • approximately 1505-1568
  • 1515 or 1516-1565
  • 1553-1599
  • 1567-1643
  • approximately 1560-1613
  • 1551-1618
  • approximately 1580-1629
  • 1563?-1626
  • 1563?-1626
  • 1567-1643
  • approximately 1554-1612
  • 1585-1672
  • 1585-1672
  • 1561-1633
  • 1567-1643
  • 1567-1643
  • 1605-1674
  • 1602-1676
  • 1623-1669
  • 1632-1687
  • 1659-1695
  • 1539 or 1540-1623
  • 1587-1654
  • 1583-1643
  • 1583-1643
  • 1616-1667
  • approximately 1626-1661
  • 1570?-approximately 1630
  • 1632-1692
  • 1653-1713
  • 1644-1704
  • 1653-1713
  • 1660-1725
  • 1685-1759
  • 1683-1764
  • 1710-1736
  • 1685-1750
  • 1668-1733
  • 1685-1750
  • 1685-1757
  • 1685-1757
  • 1678-1741
  • 1685-1750
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  • Fuller, Sarah
  • Schindler, Allan
  • Bernart
  • Peire Vidal
  • Gaucelm Faidit
  • Gace Brulé
  • Guillaume
  • Vitry, Philippe de
  • Guillaume
  • Guillaume
  • Guillaume
  • Guillaume
  • Jacopo
  • Gherardello
  • Landini, Francesco
  • Borlet
  • Ciconia, Johannes
  • Power, Leonel
  • Power, Leonel
  • Dunstable, John
  • Dufay, Guillaume
  • Dufay, Guillaume
  • Dufay, Guillaume
  • Ockeghem, Johannes
  • Dufay, Guillaume
  • Dufay, Guillaume
  • Hayne
  • Josquin
  • Josquin
  • Josquin
  • Josquin
  • Josquin
  • Févin, Antoine de
  • Isaac, Heinrich
  • Encina, Juan del
  • Encina, Juan del
  • Cara, Marchetto
  • Luther, Martin
  • Walter, Johann
  • Bruck, Arnold von
  • Bach, Johann Sebastian
  • Gombert, Nicolas
  • Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da
  • Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da
  • Lasso, Orlando di
  • Lasso, Orlando di
  • Byrd, William
  • Gabrieli, Giovanni
  • Janequin, Clément
  • Milán, Luis
  • Ortiz, Diego
  • Arcadelt, Jacob
  • Rore, Cipriano de
  • Marenzio, Luca
  • Monteverdi, Claudio
  • Gesualdo, Carlo
  • Caccini, Giulio
  • D'India, Sigismondo
  • Dowland, John
  • Dowland, John
  • Monteverdi, Claudio
  • Gabrieli, Giovanni
  • Schütz, Heinrich
  • Schütz, Heinrich
  • Peri, Jacopo
  • Monteverdi, Claudio
  • Monteverdi, Claudio
  • Carissimi, Giacomo
  • Cavalli, Pier Francesco
  • Cesti, Antonio
  • Lully, Jean-Baptiste
  • Purcell, Henry
  • Byrd, William
  • Scheidt, Samuel
  • Frescobaldi, Girolamo
  • Frescobaldi, Girolamo
  • Froberger, Johann Jacob
  • Couperin, Louis
  • Rossi, Salamone
  • Vitali, Giovanni Battista
  • Corelli, Arcangelo
  • Biber, Heinrich Ignaz Franz
  • Corelli, Arcangelo
  • Scarlatti, Alessandro
  • Handel, George Frideric
  • Rameau, Jean-Philippe
  • Pergolesi, Giovanni Battista
  • Bach, Johann Sebastian
  • Couperin, François
  • Bach, Johann Sebastian
  • Scarlatti, Domenico
  • Scarlatti, Domenico
  • Vivaldi, Antonio
  • Bach, Johann Sebastian
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  • Music
  • Music appreciation
Label
The European musical heritage, 800-1750, [compiled by] Sarah Fuller ; consulting editor in music, Allan W. Schindler
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Includes commentaries for each work
  • Includes index
Bibliography note
Discography: p. 602-609
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volume
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nc
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rdacarrier
Content category
notated music
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ntm
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rdacontent
Contents
  • 8th-11th century : sacred monophony:
  • Easter mass proper and ordinary
  • First vespers of the feast of the nativity of the Lord (excerpts)
  • Modal formulas
  • Wulfstan of Winchester
  • 8th-11th century : polyphony.
  • Rex caeli Domine
  • Sit gloria Domini
  • Ipsi soli
  • Guido of Arezzo
  • Kyrie Cunctipotens genitor
  • Alleluia Justus ut palma
  • Alleluia Te martyrum
  • 12th-13th century : sacred monophony:
  • Castitatis lilium effloruit (versus)
  • Liturgical chant. Ave regina caelorum (votive antiphon)
  • Veni sancte spiritus (prose)
  • Pange lingua gloriosi corporis (hymn)
  • Aeterna Christi numera (hymn)
  • Troubadour and trouvère songs.
  • Chevalier mult estes guariz : crusaders' song, 1147
  • Troubadour and trouvère songs.
  • Biaus m'est estez
  • Gace Brulé
  • Prendes i garde : rondeau)
  • Guillaume d'Amiens
  • 12th-13th century : secular monophony:
  • Troubadour and trouvère songs.
  • Can vei la lauzeta mover
  • Bernart de Ventadorn
  • Baros de mon dan covit
  • Peire Vidal
  • Fortz chausa es : (1199)
  • Gaucelm Faidit
  • Conductus.
  • Deus in adjutorium (conductus sine cauda)
  • O tocius Asie (conductus cum cauda)
  • 12th-13th century : polyphony:
  • Viderunt Emmanuel : (Aquitanian versus)
  • Kyrie Cunctipotens genitor (from Codex Calixtinus)
  • Alleluia Pascha nostrum (organum duplum)
  • Leonin
  • Alleluia Pascha nostrum (organum duplum, later revision of verse)
  • Alleluia Pascha nostrum (organum triplum)
  • Perotin
  • 12th-13th century : 13th-century motets (to c. 1250).
  • Discant clausula on Regnat (from Alleluia Hodie Maria virgo)
  • Ad solitum vomitum/Regnat (two-voice motet)
  • Ad solitum vomitum/Regnat (three-voice conductus motet)
  • Depositum creditum/Ad solitum vomitum/Regnat (Latin double motet)
  • Alleluia Hodie Maria virgo (source chant for Regnat clausula)
  • L'autre jour/Au tens pascour/In seculum (French double motet) -- "A certain Spaniard," In seculum breve (instrumental hochet)
  • 12th-13th century : 13th-century motets (after c. 1250).
  • El mois de mai/De se debent bigami/Kyrie (French double motet)
  • On parole de batre/A Paris/Frese nouvele (French double motet on secular tenor)
  • Alle psallite cum luya/Alle psallite cum luya/Alleluya (Latin voice-exchange motet)
  • Aucun ont trouvé/Lonc tans/Annuntiantes (French double motet)
  • Petrus de Cruce
  • Dame a vous sans retoillir (virelai)
  • Guillaume de Machaut
  • 14th century : ars nova.
  • Tribum que/Quoniam secta/Merito hec patimur (isorhythmic motet)
  • Philippe de Vitry
  • Bone pastor Guillerme/Bone pastor qui pastores/Bone pastor (isorhythmic motet)
  • Guillaume de Machaut
  • Secular songs.
  • Nes que on porroit (ballade)
  • Quant j'ay l'espart (rondeau)
  • 14th century : trecento.
  • Non al suo amante (madrigale)
  • Jacopo da Bologna
  • Tosto che l'alba (caccia)
  • Gherardello da Firenze
  • Questa fanciull'amor (ballata)
  • Francesco Landini
  • Late 14th century : ars subtilior.
  • Ma trédol rosignol joly (virelai)
  • Borlet
  • Sus un' fontayne (virelai)
  • Johannes Ciconia
  • Agnus Dei from Missa Se la face ay pale
  • Se la face ay pale (tenor of three-voice song)
  • Ave regina caelorum (III) (motet)
  • Guillaume Dufay
  • Missa mi-mi.
  • Agnus Dei
  • Johannes Ockeghem
  • 15th century : sacred polyphony.
  • Credo (Opem nobis)
  • Ave regina caelorum (motet)
  • Ave regina caelorum (melody of Sarum tradition)
  • Leonel Power
  • Beata mater (motet)
  • John Dunstable
  • Christe, redemptor omnium (hymn)
  • 15th century : secular song.
  • Ce moys de may soyons lies et joyeux (rondeau)
  • Adieu m'amour, adieu ma joye (rondeaux)
  • Guillaume Dufay
  • De tous biens plaine (rondeau)
  • Hayne van Ghizeghem
  • Late 15th-early 16th century : sacred.
  • Ave Maria gratia plena
  • Vigo serena (motet)
  • Agnus Dei II from Missa l'homme armé super voces musicales
  • Kyrie from Missa Pange lingua
  • Agnus Dei from Missa Pange lingua
  • Josquin Desprez
  • Triste España (romance)
  • Juan del Encina
  • Orsù orsù car'signori (Italian carnival song)
  • Io non compro più speranza (frottola with introductory recercare by Franciscus Bossinensis)
  • Marchetto Cara
  • Late 15th-early 16th century : secular.
  • Faulte d'argent (chanson a 5)
  • Josquin Desprez
  • Faulte d'argent (chanson a 3)
  • Antonie de Févin
  • La mi la sol (instrumental piece)
  • Heinrich Isaac
  • Señora de hermosura (villancico)
  • Johann Sebastian Bach
  • Ave regina caelorum (motet)
  • Nicholas Gombert
  • Veni sponsa Christi (motet)
  • Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina
  • Veni sponsa Christi (antiphon)
  • Missa Veni sponsa Christi.
  • Kyrie
  • Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina
  • Tristis est anima mea (motet)
  • 16th century (from c. 1520) : sacred.
  • In teneris annis (Sibylla Cimmeria), section IV of Prophetiae Sibyllarum
  • Orlande de Lassus
  • Cantiones sacrae.
  • Miserere mihi, Domine (motet)
  • William Byrd
  • Miserere mihi, Domine (antiphon)
  • Sacrae Symphoniae, 1597.
  • Canzona septimi toni a 8
  • Giovanni Gabrieli
  • Auf tiefer Not (chorale melody, 1524)
  • Martin Luther
  • Aus tiefer Not (four-part setting, 1524)
  • Johann Walter
  • Aus tiefer Not (four-part setting, 1544)
  • Arnold von Bruck
  • Aus tiefer Not (four-part setting, 1724)
  • Diego Ortiz
  • Il bianco e dolce cigno (madrigal)
  • Jacques Arcadelt
  • Da le belle contrade d'oriente (madrigal)
  • Cipriano de Rore
  • Scaldava il sol (madrigal)
  • Luca Marenzio
  • Cruda Amarilli (madrigal)
  • Claudio Monteverdi
  • Moro, lasso, al mio duolo (madrigal)
  • 16th century (from c. 1520) : secular.
  • Carlo Gesualdo
  • Ou mettra l'on ung baiser (Parisian chanson)
  • Clément Janequin
  • El maestro.
  • Pavan 1
  • Luis de Milán
  • Tratado de glosas.
  • Recercada settima
  • John Dowland
  • Scherzi musicali.
  • Zegiro torna (continuo madrigal)
  • Claudio Monteverdi
  • Symphoniae sacrae II.
  • In ecclesiis (concertato motet)
  • Giovanni Gabrieli
  • O quam tu pulchra es (from Symphoniae sacrae I)
  • Saul, Saul was verfolgst du mich? (from Symphoniaeum sacrarum tertia pars)
  • Heinrich Schütz
  • 17th century : vocal.
  • Euridice (excerpt from scene 2)
  • Jacopo Peri
  • Orfeo, Act II.
  • Vi ricordi through Ahi caso acerbo
  • A l'amara novella through Ahi caso acerbo
  • Claudio Monteverdi
  • L'incoronazione di Poppea.
  • Act I, scene 3
  • Claudio Monteverdi
  • Jephte (oratorio).
  • Le nuove musiche.
  • Cum autem victor through Cantate mecum
  • Cum vidisset Jephte through Heu mihi! filia mea
  • Giacomo Carissimi
  • Scipione African (Act II, scene 8)
  • Francesco Cavalli
  • Alpi nevose e dure (cantata)
  • Antonio Cesti
  • Alceste.
  • Act II, scenes 7-8
  • Jean-Baptiste Lully
  • Perfidissimo volto (solo madrigal)
  • Dido and Aeneas.
  • Concluding scene
  • Henry Purcell
  • Giulio Caccini
  • Cruda Amarilli (solo madrigal)
  • Sigismondo d'India
  • Flow my teares (lute song)
  • Lachrimae Gementes (instrumental pavane)
  • Toccata no. 8 (from Toccate e partite -- libro primo)
  • Canzona dopo l'epistola (from La messa della domenica, Fiori musicale)
  • Girolamo Frescobaldi
  • Suite VI
  • Johann Jacob Groberger
  • Prélude a l'imitation de Mr. Froberger (unmeasured prelude)
  • Louis Couperin
  • Sonata in dialogo, "La Viena"
  • Salamone Rossi
  • Sonata a dur violini col suo basso continuo per l'organo
  • 17th century : instrumental.
  • Giovanni Battista Vitali
  • Sonata da camera a tre, opus 4, no. 5
  • Arcangelo Corelli
  • Rosary sonata X : (the crucifixion of Christ)
  • Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber
  • Sonata for violin and violone or cembalo, opus 5, no. 1
  • Arcangelo Corelli
  • The Fitzwilliam virginal book.
  • John come kiss me now
  • William Byrd
  • Tabulatura Nova, Part III.
  • Jesus Christus unser heiland, der von uns /
  • Samuel Scheidt
  • Jesus Christus unser Heiland, der von uns (chorale melody)
  • Jean-Philippe Rameau
  • La serva padrona (intermezzo primo, excerpt)
  • Giovanni Battista Pergolesi
  • Jesu, der du meine Seele, BWV 78 (cantata for the 14th Sunday after Trinity)
  • 18th century : vocal.
  • Su le sponde del Tebro (cantata, arias 3 and 4 and recitative)
  • Alessandro Scarlatti
  • Admeto.
  • Act II, scenes 7 and 8
  • Act III, scene 6
  • George Frideric Handel
  • Hippolyte et Aricie (act I, scene 2)
  • Domenico Scarlatti
  • Il cimento dell'armonia e dell'inventione.
  • Violin concerto in G minor, opus 8, no. 8, RV 332
  • Antonio Vivaldi
  • Musikalisches Opfer : BWV 1079.
  • Canon 1, a 2 cancrizans
  • Canon 2, a 2 violini in unisono
  • Canon 3, a 2 per Motum contrarium
  • Canon 4, a 2 per Augmentationem, contrario Motu
  • Canon perpetuus
  • 18th century : instrumental.
  • Johann Sebastian Bach
  • Pièces de clavecin, premier livre (premier ordre, excerpts)
  • François Couperin
  • Das wohltemperirte Clavier I.
  • Prelude and fugue in D minor, BWV 851-852
  • Johann Sebastian Bach
  • Sonata in D minor, K. 120 (L. 215)
  • Sonata in D major, K. 119 (L. 415)
Dimensions
29 cm
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
xvi pages, 621 pages
Isbn
9780075543695
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
facsimiles, maps
System control number
  • (OCoLC)26738483
  • (OCoLC)ocm26738483
Label
The European musical heritage, 800-1750, [compiled by] Sarah Fuller ; consulting editor in music, Allan W. Schindler
Publication
Note
  • Includes commentaries for each work
  • Includes index
Bibliography note
Discography: p. 602-609
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
notated music
Content type code
ntm
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 8th-11th century : sacred monophony:
  • Easter mass proper and ordinary
  • First vespers of the feast of the nativity of the Lord (excerpts)
  • Modal formulas
  • Wulfstan of Winchester
  • 8th-11th century : polyphony.
  • Rex caeli Domine
  • Sit gloria Domini
  • Ipsi soli
  • Guido of Arezzo
  • Kyrie Cunctipotens genitor
  • Alleluia Justus ut palma
  • Alleluia Te martyrum
  • 12th-13th century : sacred monophony:
  • Castitatis lilium effloruit (versus)
  • Liturgical chant. Ave regina caelorum (votive antiphon)
  • Veni sancte spiritus (prose)
  • Pange lingua gloriosi corporis (hymn)
  • Aeterna Christi numera (hymn)
  • Troubadour and trouvère songs.
  • Chevalier mult estes guariz : crusaders' song, 1147
  • Troubadour and trouvère songs.
  • Biaus m'est estez
  • Gace Brulé
  • Prendes i garde : rondeau)
  • Guillaume d'Amiens
  • 12th-13th century : secular monophony:
  • Troubadour and trouvère songs.
  • Can vei la lauzeta mover
  • Bernart de Ventadorn
  • Baros de mon dan covit
  • Peire Vidal
  • Fortz chausa es : (1199)
  • Gaucelm Faidit
  • Conductus.
  • Deus in adjutorium (conductus sine cauda)
  • O tocius Asie (conductus cum cauda)
  • 12th-13th century : polyphony:
  • Viderunt Emmanuel : (Aquitanian versus)
  • Kyrie Cunctipotens genitor (from Codex Calixtinus)
  • Alleluia Pascha nostrum (organum duplum)
  • Leonin
  • Alleluia Pascha nostrum (organum duplum, later revision of verse)
  • Alleluia Pascha nostrum (organum triplum)
  • Perotin
  • 12th-13th century : 13th-century motets (to c. 1250).
  • Discant clausula on Regnat (from Alleluia Hodie Maria virgo)
  • Ad solitum vomitum/Regnat (two-voice motet)
  • Ad solitum vomitum/Regnat (three-voice conductus motet)
  • Depositum creditum/Ad solitum vomitum/Regnat (Latin double motet)
  • Alleluia Hodie Maria virgo (source chant for Regnat clausula)
  • L'autre jour/Au tens pascour/In seculum (French double motet) -- "A certain Spaniard," In seculum breve (instrumental hochet)
  • 12th-13th century : 13th-century motets (after c. 1250).
  • El mois de mai/De se debent bigami/Kyrie (French double motet)
  • On parole de batre/A Paris/Frese nouvele (French double motet on secular tenor)
  • Alle psallite cum luya/Alle psallite cum luya/Alleluya (Latin voice-exchange motet)
  • Aucun ont trouvé/Lonc tans/Annuntiantes (French double motet)
  • Petrus de Cruce
  • Dame a vous sans retoillir (virelai)
  • Guillaume de Machaut
  • 14th century : ars nova.
  • Tribum que/Quoniam secta/Merito hec patimur (isorhythmic motet)
  • Philippe de Vitry
  • Bone pastor Guillerme/Bone pastor qui pastores/Bone pastor (isorhythmic motet)
  • Guillaume de Machaut
  • Secular songs.
  • Nes que on porroit (ballade)
  • Quant j'ay l'espart (rondeau)
  • 14th century : trecento.
  • Non al suo amante (madrigale)
  • Jacopo da Bologna
  • Tosto che l'alba (caccia)
  • Gherardello da Firenze
  • Questa fanciull'amor (ballata)
  • Francesco Landini
  • Late 14th century : ars subtilior.
  • Ma trédol rosignol joly (virelai)
  • Borlet
  • Sus un' fontayne (virelai)
  • Johannes Ciconia
  • Agnus Dei from Missa Se la face ay pale
  • Se la face ay pale (tenor of three-voice song)
  • Ave regina caelorum (III) (motet)
  • Guillaume Dufay
  • Missa mi-mi.
  • Agnus Dei
  • Johannes Ockeghem
  • 15th century : sacred polyphony.
  • Credo (Opem nobis)
  • Ave regina caelorum (motet)
  • Ave regina caelorum (melody of Sarum tradition)
  • Leonel Power
  • Beata mater (motet)
  • John Dunstable
  • Christe, redemptor omnium (hymn)
  • 15th century : secular song.
  • Ce moys de may soyons lies et joyeux (rondeau)
  • Adieu m'amour, adieu ma joye (rondeaux)
  • Guillaume Dufay
  • De tous biens plaine (rondeau)
  • Hayne van Ghizeghem
  • Late 15th-early 16th century : sacred.
  • Ave Maria gratia plena
  • Vigo serena (motet)
  • Agnus Dei II from Missa l'homme armé super voces musicales
  • Kyrie from Missa Pange lingua
  • Agnus Dei from Missa Pange lingua
  • Josquin Desprez
  • Triste España (romance)
  • Juan del Encina
  • Orsù orsù car'signori (Italian carnival song)
  • Io non compro più speranza (frottola with introductory recercare by Franciscus Bossinensis)
  • Marchetto Cara
  • Late 15th-early 16th century : secular.
  • Faulte d'argent (chanson a 5)
  • Josquin Desprez
  • Faulte d'argent (chanson a 3)
  • Antonie de Févin
  • La mi la sol (instrumental piece)
  • Heinrich Isaac
  • Señora de hermosura (villancico)
  • Johann Sebastian Bach
  • Ave regina caelorum (motet)
  • Nicholas Gombert
  • Veni sponsa Christi (motet)
  • Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina
  • Veni sponsa Christi (antiphon)
  • Missa Veni sponsa Christi.
  • Kyrie
  • Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina
  • Tristis est anima mea (motet)
  • 16th century (from c. 1520) : sacred.
  • In teneris annis (Sibylla Cimmeria), section IV of Prophetiae Sibyllarum
  • Orlande de Lassus
  • Cantiones sacrae.
  • Miserere mihi, Domine (motet)
  • William Byrd
  • Miserere mihi, Domine (antiphon)
  • Sacrae Symphoniae, 1597.
  • Canzona septimi toni a 8
  • Giovanni Gabrieli
  • Auf tiefer Not (chorale melody, 1524)
  • Martin Luther
  • Aus tiefer Not (four-part setting, 1524)
  • Johann Walter
  • Aus tiefer Not (four-part setting, 1544)
  • Arnold von Bruck
  • Aus tiefer Not (four-part setting, 1724)
  • Diego Ortiz
  • Il bianco e dolce cigno (madrigal)
  • Jacques Arcadelt
  • Da le belle contrade d'oriente (madrigal)
  • Cipriano de Rore
  • Scaldava il sol (madrigal)
  • Luca Marenzio
  • Cruda Amarilli (madrigal)
  • Claudio Monteverdi
  • Moro, lasso, al mio duolo (madrigal)
  • 16th century (from c. 1520) : secular.
  • Carlo Gesualdo
  • Ou mettra l'on ung baiser (Parisian chanson)
  • Clément Janequin
  • El maestro.
  • Pavan 1
  • Luis de Milán
  • Tratado de glosas.
  • Recercada settima
  • John Dowland
  • Scherzi musicali.
  • Zegiro torna (continuo madrigal)
  • Claudio Monteverdi
  • Symphoniae sacrae II.
  • In ecclesiis (concertato motet)
  • Giovanni Gabrieli
  • O quam tu pulchra es (from Symphoniae sacrae I)
  • Saul, Saul was verfolgst du mich? (from Symphoniaeum sacrarum tertia pars)
  • Heinrich Schütz
  • 17th century : vocal.
  • Euridice (excerpt from scene 2)
  • Jacopo Peri
  • Orfeo, Act II.
  • Vi ricordi through Ahi caso acerbo
  • A l'amara novella through Ahi caso acerbo
  • Claudio Monteverdi
  • L'incoronazione di Poppea.
  • Act I, scene 3
  • Claudio Monteverdi
  • Jephte (oratorio).
  • Le nuove musiche.
  • Cum autem victor through Cantate mecum
  • Cum vidisset Jephte through Heu mihi! filia mea
  • Giacomo Carissimi
  • Scipione African (Act II, scene 8)
  • Francesco Cavalli
  • Alpi nevose e dure (cantata)
  • Antonio Cesti
  • Alceste.
  • Act II, scenes 7-8
  • Jean-Baptiste Lully
  • Perfidissimo volto (solo madrigal)
  • Dido and Aeneas.
  • Concluding scene
  • Henry Purcell
  • Giulio Caccini
  • Cruda Amarilli (solo madrigal)
  • Sigismondo d'India
  • Flow my teares (lute song)
  • Lachrimae Gementes (instrumental pavane)
  • Toccata no. 8 (from Toccate e partite -- libro primo)
  • Canzona dopo l'epistola (from La messa della domenica, Fiori musicale)
  • Girolamo Frescobaldi
  • Suite VI
  • Johann Jacob Groberger
  • Prélude a l'imitation de Mr. Froberger (unmeasured prelude)
  • Louis Couperin
  • Sonata in dialogo, "La Viena"
  • Salamone Rossi
  • Sonata a dur violini col suo basso continuo per l'organo
  • 17th century : instrumental.
  • Giovanni Battista Vitali
  • Sonata da camera a tre, opus 4, no. 5
  • Arcangelo Corelli
  • Rosary sonata X : (the crucifixion of Christ)
  • Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber
  • Sonata for violin and violone or cembalo, opus 5, no. 1
  • Arcangelo Corelli
  • The Fitzwilliam virginal book.
  • John come kiss me now
  • William Byrd
  • Tabulatura Nova, Part III.
  • Jesus Christus unser heiland, der von uns /
  • Samuel Scheidt
  • Jesus Christus unser Heiland, der von uns (chorale melody)
  • Jean-Philippe Rameau
  • La serva padrona (intermezzo primo, excerpt)
  • Giovanni Battista Pergolesi
  • Jesu, der du meine Seele, BWV 78 (cantata for the 14th Sunday after Trinity)
  • 18th century : vocal.
  • Su le sponde del Tebro (cantata, arias 3 and 4 and recitative)
  • Alessandro Scarlatti
  • Admeto.
  • Act II, scenes 7 and 8
  • Act III, scene 6
  • George Frideric Handel
  • Hippolyte et Aricie (act I, scene 2)
  • Domenico Scarlatti
  • Il cimento dell'armonia e dell'inventione.
  • Violin concerto in G minor, opus 8, no. 8, RV 332
  • Antonio Vivaldi
  • Musikalisches Opfer : BWV 1079.
  • Canon 1, a 2 cancrizans
  • Canon 2, a 2 violini in unisono
  • Canon 3, a 2 per Motum contrarium
  • Canon 4, a 2 per Augmentationem, contrario Motu
  • Canon perpetuus
  • 18th century : instrumental.
  • Johann Sebastian Bach
  • Pièces de clavecin, premier livre (premier ordre, excerpts)
  • François Couperin
  • Das wohltemperirte Clavier I.
  • Prelude and fugue in D minor, BWV 851-852
  • Johann Sebastian Bach
  • Sonata in D minor, K. 120 (L. 215)
  • Sonata in D major, K. 119 (L. 415)
Dimensions
29 cm
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
xvi pages, 621 pages
Isbn
9780075543695
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
facsimiles, maps
System control number
  • (OCoLC)26738483
  • (OCoLC)ocm26738483

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