Cantiones aliquot musicae (Michael des Buissons)

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Title: Cantiones aliquot musicae

Full Title: Cantiones aliquot musicae, quae vulgo muteta vocant, quatuor, quinque, et sex vocum. Authore M. Michaële Carlo Desbuissons, Flandro Insulano, Serenissimi Archiducis Austriae FERDINANDI Cantore Musico. Post obitum Authoris collecta ac edita per IOANNEM FABRVM, eiusdem Illustrissimi Principis Cantorem

Composer: Michael des Buissons

Compiler-Editor: Johannes Fabrus

Publication date and place: 1573 in Munich by Adam Berg.

Genre, Subgenre: Sacred, Motets. Language: Latin.

Description: Des Buisson's only published collection of music, containing motets for four, five, and six voices. This volume was put out after his death by Johannes Fabrus.

Facsimile: Bavarian State Library

List of works

Cantiones 6 vocum

1. Gabriel Archangelus
2. Mortem qui stravit
3. Sanctus Bartholomeus

Cantiones 5 vocum

4. Miserere mei Deus
5. Exaudi Domine vocem meam
6. Ne reminiscaris Domine
7. Quare tristis es anima mea
8. Qui regis aethereas
9. Petrus autem servabatur

Cantiones 4 vocum

10. Domine quid multiplicati sunt
11. Deus in nomine tuo
12. Domine quis habitabit

Works at CPDL

Title Composer Year No. Subgenre Vo. Voices
Deus in nomine tuo Michael des Buissons 1573 11 Motets 4 SATB
Mortem qui stravit Michael des Buissons 1573 2 Motets 6 SAATBB
Quare tristis es Michael des Buissons 1573 7 Motets 5 ATTTB

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