Suavissimae et iucundissimae harmoniae (Clemens Stephani)

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Title: Suavissimae et iucundissimae harmoniae

Full Title: Suavissimae et iucundissimae harmoniae: octo, quinque et quatuor vocum, ex duabus vocibus, a præstantissimis artificibus huius artis compositæ, & nunc primum in lucem æditæ, anno salutis nostræ M.D.LXVII. Clemente Stephani Buchaviense, et Egranorum incola selectore.

Editor-Compiler: Clemens Stephani

Publication date and place: 1567 in Nuremberg by Theodor Gerlach.

Genre, Subgenre: Sacred, Motets.

Description:  A collection of motets for four, five, and eight voices, published as two partbooks wherein multiple voices are formed by canon. This book was followed the next year by Liber secundus suavissimarum et iucundissimarum harmoniarum, also collected by Stephani.

Facsimile: Bavarian State Library

List of works

No. Title Composer Voices Comment
1 Rosa florum gloria Colerus, DavidDavid Colerus 5
2 Festina lente Agricola, MartinMartin Agricola 4
3 Sicut lilium Pathie, RogierRogier Pathie 4
4 Sancte Jesu Christe Ducis, BenedictusBenedictus Ducis 4
5 Es ist kommen die zeit Braetel, UlrichUlrich Braetel 4
6 Ecce quam bonum Cervius, ChristophorusChristophorus Cervius 5
7 Da pacem Domine Agricola, MartinMartin Agricola 4
8 Da pacem Domine La Rue, Pierre de Pierre de la Rue 4
9 Crux fidelis Senfl, LudwigLudwig Senfl 4
10 Laudate Dominum Senfl, LudwigLudwig Senfl 4
11 Laudes Christo decantemus Anonymous 4
12 Dies est laetitiae Finck, HeinrichHeinrich Finck 4
13 Sana me Domine Willaert, AdrianAdrian Willaert 4
14 Circumdederunt me Heugel, JohannesJohannes Heugel 8
15 Deo dicamus gratias Braetel, UlrichUlrich Braetel 4

Works at CPDL

Title Composer Year No. Subgenre Vo. Voices
Circumdederunt me Johannes Heugel 1540 14 Motets 8 SSSSTTTT
Crux fidelis / Ecce lignum / O Crux ave Ludwig Senfl c. 1538 9 Motets 4 SATB
Da pacem Domine Martin Agricola 1567 7 Canons 4 SATB
Da pacem Domine Pierre de la Rue 1540 8 Motets 4 SATB
Deo dicamus gratias Ulrich Braetel 1567 15 Motets 4 SATB
Dies est lætitiæ Heinrich Finck 1567 12 Canons 4 SATB
Ecce quam bonum Christophorus Cervius 1567 6 Canons 5 SATBB
Es ist kommen die zeit Ulrich Braetel 1567 5 Canons 4 SATB
Festina lente Martin Agricola 1567 2 Canons 4 SATB
Laudate Dominum omnes gentes Ludwig Senfl 1567 10 Canons 4 SATB
Laudes Christo decantemus Anonymous 1567 11 Motets 4 SATB
Rosa florum gloria David Colerus 1567 1 Canons 5 SATTB
Sana me Domine Adrian Willaert 1567 13 Motets 4 SATB
Sancte Iesu Christe Benedictus Ducis 1567 4 Canons 4 SATB
Sicut lilium Rogier Pathie 1548 3 Motets 4 SATB

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