Missa "D'ung aultre amer" (Josquin des Prez)

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Complete mass

  • (Posted 2008-01-26)  CPDL #15844:        Source files: Kyrie:   Gloria:   Credo:  Sanctus:   Agnus Dei:  
Editor: John Kelly (submitted 2008-01-26).   Score information: Letter, 18 pages, 1.76 MB   Copyright: CPDL
Edition notes: This is taken from the Petrucci edition of 1505, "Liber Missarum Josquin." It is not transposed; the meter of the original score is interpreted so that measure numbers match up with the New Josquin Edition. Suggested musica ficta alterations have been added following Renaissance practices described in Anthony Newcomb's article "Unnotated Accidentals in the Music of the Post-Josquin Generation," Toft's Aural Images of Lost Traditions, and others.

Individual movements

  • (Posted 2020-09-07)  CPDL #60435:     
Editor: Adrian Wall (submitted 2020-09-07).   Score information: A4, 5 pages, 781 kB   Copyright: Personal
Edition notes: Sanctus and Tu solus qui facis mirabilia. Transposed up a tone, for SATB. Note values halved.

General Information

Title: Missa "D'ung aultre amer"
Composer: Josquin des Prez

Number of voices: 4vv   Voicing: ATTB
Genre: SacredMass

Language: Latin
Instruments: A cappella

First published: 1505 June 30, in Missarum Josquin liber secundus, no. 6
    2nd published: 1505 October 31, in Fragmenta missarum (Petrucci, Venice), Sanctus only, no. 24
Description: This mass is a parody of the chanson by Johannes Ockeghem, Josquin's teacher. Its attribution to Josquin has been questioned but seems as reliable as we can expect; the New Josquin Edition regards it as Josquin's work, at any rate. It is notable for a couple of things: its brevity – the longest movement takes no more than five minutes, and the whole mass can be performed in fifteen – and the substitution of the motet Tu solus qui facis mirabilium for the Benedictus.

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Original text and translations

For information, refer to the Mass page. For texts and translations, see the individual pages:

KyrieGloriaCredoSanctus & BenedictusAgnus Dei

Also see the individual page for Tu solus qui facis mirabilia for texts and translations.