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Latest revision as of 00:51, 27 August 2022

General information

Title: Quartus liber mottetorum ad quinque et sex voces

Editor – Compiler: Jacques Moderne

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

Publication date and place: 1539 in Lyon by Jacques Moderne.
Description: Moderne's fourth collection of motets for five or more voices by French and Flemish composers plus Francesco de Layolle. This collection contains twenty-eight works and was published as four partbooks.

Facsimile: Bavarian State Library

References

External websites:

List of works

1. Homo erat in Hierusalem (Francesco de Layolle)
2. Maria Magdalene (Pierre de Manchicourt)
3. Virgo prudentissima (Jhan Billon)
4. Domine exaudi (Jacquet de Mantua)
5. Haec dies quam fecit dominus (Nicolas Gombert)
6. Gaude chorus supernorum civium (Maistre Jhan)
7. Locuti sunt adversum me (Maistre Jhan)
8. Dulcis ave virgo divino plena lepore (Jacob Buus)
9. Tota pulchra es (Nicolas Gombert)
10. Regina caeli laetare (Nicolas Fouchier)
11. Scindite corda vestra (Jacquet de Mantua)
12. Caro mea vere est cibus (Pierre de Manchicourt)
13. Alleluya hodie omnes apostoli (Antoine Gardane)
14. Felix nanque es sacra virgo Maria (Nicolas Gombert)
15. Ecce Dominus veniet nolite timere (Maître Gosse)
16. Ave virgo gratiosa (Francesco de Layolle)
17. Unus deus una fides (Francesco de Layolle)
18. Hic est discipulus ille (Nicolas Gombert)
19. Iniviolata integra et casta es Maria (G. Harsius)
20. Repleatur os meum (Jehan L'Heritier)
21. Ave verum corpus (Jehan L'Heritier)
22. In illo tempore dixit Jesus (Nicolas Gombert)
23. O pulcherrima mulierum (Jacques Arcadelt)
24. Pater peccavi in caelum (Jean Du Molin)
25. Noe noe noe parvulus filius hodie natus est nobis (Francesco de Layolle)
26. Alleluya Ego dormivi (Johannes Lupi)
27. Beatus vir qui non abiit (Nicolas Gombert) – for six voices
28. Hodie Maria virgo celos ascendit (Nicolas Fouchier) – for six voices

Works at CPDL

Title Year Composer Subgenre No. Vo. Voices
Alleluya Ego dormivi 1539 Johannes Lupi Motets 26 5 SSATB
Ave verum corpus 1539 Jehan L'Heritier Motets 21 5 SATBB
Ave virgo gratiosa 1539 Francesco de Layolle Motets 16 5 SSATB
Caro mea vere est cibus 1535 Pierre de Manchicourt Motets 12 5 SATTB, ATTTB
Domine exaudi 1539 Jacquet de Mantua Motets 4 5 STTTB
Maria Magdalene 1539 Pierre de Manchicourt Motets 2 5 SATTB
O pulcherrima mulierum 1539 Jacques Arcadelt Antiphons 23 5 SATBB
Tota pulchra es 1539 Nicolas Gombert Motets 9 5 SATTB
Virgo prudentissima 1539 Jhan Billon Motets 3 5 STTTB