Dixit Dominus à 8 (op. 8) (Natale Monferrato)

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  • (Posted 2022-02-13)  CPDL #68055:   
Editor: Walter Heeroma (submitted 2022-02-13).   Score information: A4, 55 pages, 721 kB   Copyright: Personal
Instrumental parts: (PDF)
Editor: Walter Heeroma (submitted 2022-05-15).   Score information: A4, 25 pages, 334 kB   Copyright: Personal
Edition notes: This edition is the full score, edited by Walter Heeroma and Stefan Schlobach from the original edition of the Salmi Concertati A Tre, Quattro, Cinque, Sei, Sette, & Otto voci, con instromenti, & senza, Libro Secondo, Opera Ottava in the Museo Internazionale e Biblioteca della Musica di Bologna. Before the end of 2022 a preface will be added to the score.
Copyright: © Walter Heeroma, Stefan Schlobach 2022. Users are free to download and print the score and parts for personal use or to share them within their choirs or orchestras, and to use the edition for performances and recordings. Any commercial use, e.g. printing and selling scores and parts, is prohibited without explicit permission by the copyright holders. If the edition is used for a performance or recording, the editors would enjoy to receive a notice at hehe-editions. Any comments on the edition may be sent to the same e-mail address, and will be highly appreciated.

General Information

Title: Dixit Dominus à 8
Composer: Natale Monferrato
Number of voices: 8vv   Voicing: SATB.SATB
Genre: SacredVespers

Language: Latin
Instruments: Violino 1 and 2, Viola (i.e. da gamba) & Organo

First published: 1671
Description: In the source, the instrumental parts are labeled Violino primo / Violino secondo / Viola / Organo. The viola part however is written in a bass clef, lies within a range which is customary for a violoncello or bass viola da gamba, and probably is intended for one of these two instruments.

External websites:

  • The original edition that has been used as the source for this edition can be downloaded from the Petrucci Music Library.

Original text and translations

Original text and translations may be found at Psalm 110.