Selectae Harmoniae quatuor vocum de Passione Domini (Georg Rhau)

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Title: Selectae harmoniae quatuor vocum de passione domini

Editor – Compiler: Georg Rhau

Publication date and place: 1538 in Wittenberg by Georg Rhau.
Description: A collection of passions, lamentations, and motets for Holy Week, composed for four voices (for the most part) by various northern European composers.

Facsimile: Bavarian State Library


External websites:

List of works

1. Passio secundum Marcum (Johannes Galliculus)
2. Passio secundum Matthaeum (Antoine de Longueval)
3. Nos autem gloriari (Anonymous)
4. Missa de Passione Domini (Anonymous)
5. Crux triumphans (Loyset Compère)
6. Officium de Cruce (Loyset Compère)
7. Lamentationes Jeremiae (Anonymous)
8. Lamentations (Heinrich Isaac)
9. Rex Christe factor omnium (Johann Walter)
10. Ingressus Pilatus (Ludwig Senfl)
11. Tenebrae factae sunt (Ludwig Senfl)
12. Popule meus (Ludwig Senfl) – for five voices
13. O mors ero mors (Simon Cellarius) – for five voices
14. Dum fabricator mundi (Benedictus Ducis)
15. O bone Jesu (Ludwig Senfl)
16. O admirabile precium (Matthias Eckel)
17. In manus tuas (Lorenz Lemlin)
18. Veri adoratores adorabunt patrem (Simon Cellarius)
19. Oblatus est quia ipse voluit (Johann Stahel)

Works at CPDL

Title Composer Year No. Genre Subgenre Voices
Crux triumphans Loyset Compère 1502 5 Sacred Motets SATB
Dum fabricator mundi Benedictus Ducis 1538 14 Sacred Motets ATTB
O bone Jesu Ludwig Senfl 1538 15 Sacred Motets ATTB
Officium de Cruce Loyset Compère 1503 6 Sacred Office hymns ATTB
Tenebrae factae sunt Ludwig Senfl 1538 11 Sacred Responsories ATTB