Talk:O quam suavis est II (Peter Philips)
These two different works need separate pages. I'll get to it in due course, if no-one else does first. --DaveF 15:28, 7 March 2009 (UTC)
I wasn't sure whether to create a new page for my edition or not. Thanks Dave. I have separated the two and put it on a new page. Paul Marchesano (Marchesa 16:07, 7 March 2009 (UTC))
should be O Quam Suavis est DominE, not DominUS?
Text on the title is Dominus, but the text of the score is Domine, just like the other (definitely different) setting of O quam suavis Domine by Phillips of different music. Why the Dominus?
- There may be an error in the score, or the text was presented as in the original, preserving the error. Domine is correct as its usage is the vocative case. I recommend renaming the page. Distinction from the other work can be carried out in the usual way, changing both page designations and numbering them, i.e., "O Quam Suavis est Domine (I)" and "O Quam Suavis est Domine (II)". -Paul Marchesa 23:09, 18 January 2010 (UTC)
- Thanks Vaarky for the correction; I followed Paul's suggestion and renamed the pages taking as reference the numbering used in the recordings below, so as to make them match:
- Regards, —Carlos 02:38, 19 January 2010 (UTC)