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Polychoral Motets, Parts 1 and 2 (Recent Researches in the Music of the Renaissance, Vols 8 & 9)

Frederick K. Gable

Polychoral Motets, Parts 1 and 2 (Recent Researches in the Music of the Renaissance, Vols 8 & 9)

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Nephew of Andrea Gabrieli - * "Ch" numbers for works are cited from Richard Charteris' Giovanni Gabrieli (ca–). A Thematic Catalogue of his Music with a Guide to the Source Materials and Translations of his Vocal Texts (New York, ). print | 5 part books ; 22 x 17 cm (4to) | Collection of madrigals, all in 5 parts (SATB5) except for the last, which is in 10 parts. Title from Canto part book. Transcribed title page from Canto part book: DI GIO. BATTISTA MOSTO / IL PRIMO LIBRO DE MADRIGALI / A CINQVE VOCI / Con vn Ecco a dieci nel fine. / Nouamente posto in luce. / IN VINEGGIA. / Appresso l’herede di Girolamo Scotto. / M D. Arr. Patrick M. Liebergen. 2-Part Mixed Choral Book. An outstanding collection of easy, 2-part mixed arrangements of masterwork choruses. Includes both general and seasonal texts for Advent or Christ the King, Ascension, Christmas, Easter and Lent. Composers include Handel, J.M. Haydn, Pergolesi, Praetorius and Schubert. 40 ry: Choral Worship Collection.


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Polychoral Motets, Parts 1 and 2 (Recent Researches in the Music of the Renaissance, Vols 8 & 9) by Frederick K. Gable Download PDF EPUB FB2

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These sumptuous motets for combined voices and instruments are outstanding examples of the German-Venetian polychoral style as practiced around in northern Germany. A manuscript that was preserved containing motets from the middle of the 13th century The years in which composers discarded the original upper voices and wrote one or more new melodies to go with the existing tenor.

In western music, a motet is a mainly vocal musical composition, of highly diverse form and style, from the late medieval era to the present. The motet was one of the pre-eminent polyphonic forms of Renaissance ing to Margaret Bent, "a piece of music in several parts with words" is as precise a definition of the motet as will serve from the 13th to the late 16th century and beyond.

The Venetian polychoral style was a type of music of the late Renaissance and early Baroque eras which involved spatially separate choirs singing in alternation. It represented a major stylistic shift from the prevailing polyphonic writing of the middle Renaissance, and was one of the major stylistic developments which led directly to the formation of what is now known as the Baroque style.

polychoral PAH-lee-kor-ul [English] A performance style developed in the late 16th century involving the use of two or more choirs that answer each other as well as sing as a single ensemble. Also called. Define Polychoral. Polychoral synonyms, Polychoral pronunciation, Polychoral translation, English dictionary definition of Polychoral.

A devotional composition sung responsively as part of a liturgy. A short liturgical text chanted or sung responsively preceding or following a. An antiphon (Greek ἀντίφωνον, ἀντί "opposite" and φωνή "voice") is a short chant in Christian ritual, sung as a refrain.

The texts of antiphons are the Psalms. Their form was favored by St Ambrose and they feature prominently in Ambrosian chant, but they are used widely in Gregorian chant as well.

They may be used during Mass, for the Introit, the Offertory or the Communion. Motets were often polyphonic, meaning there were various vocal parts sung at the same time. Though motets started being written in the late Medieval period, they developed greatly in and are most.

Willaert: Missa Mente Tota, Motets 1. Mente Tota, Motet for 4 Parts (5th Part of Motet Cycle 'Vultum Tuum') 2. Missa Mente Tota, for 6 Voices: Kyrie the first composer of the vast polychoral motets, synthesizing his contrapuntal mastery with the flare of Venetian canzone for wind instruments.

5/5(6). David Crook, general editor. Since its inception inRecent Researches in the Music of the Renaissance has brought to press many volumes devoted to the music of the “long” sixteenth century. Each volume in the series provides a historical introduction, critical.

A motet for two choruses SSAT+ATTB. 2 or 3 parts. Among the best known renaissance composers are. Palestrina, Gabrielli, and Josquin. Renaissance choral music culminated in the great polychoral motets of.

Giovanni Gabrielli. The music of George Gershwin is. a merging of classical symphonic popular and operatic styles. Music 2 Test 3. Antiphon (ăn`tĭfŏn, –fən), c– B.C., Athenian orator.

He rarely spoke in public but wrote defenses for others to speak. Of his 15 extant orations 3 were for use in court, the rest probably for the instruction of his pupils.

A few fragments of other speeches survive. Antiphon did much to advance Attic prose writing. His position in politics. Hieronymus Praetorius: Motets in 8, 10, 12, 16 & 20 Parts Alamire, His Majestys Sagbutts and Cornetts David Skinner, Stephen Farr Resonus: Inventa Records.

INV 2 CDs: 57'46 + 42'39 I have waited years for a comprehensive recording of Hieronymus Praetorius and this one ticks all the boxes. I first got to know his organ. Vespers, psalms, mass movements, polychoral motets Giovanni Gabrieli, Orazio Benevoli What's the definition of the small sacred concerto.

Who was the first and what was its first. 1+ solo voices, organ accompaniment with 1+ violins; Lodovico Viadana, Cento concerti ecclesiastici, ; first sacred vocal music printed with b.c. The "Book of 5-part Motets" (translation of Sacræ Cantiones quinis vocibus - published in by Giacomo Vincenti in Venice as well) is the third book in this series and is more polyphonic.

The typical polychoral Venetian style in the motets is inspired by the architecture of St. Mark’s with its various choirs around the altar and the nave. Find composition details, parts / movement information and albums that contain performances of Symphoniae Sacrae, Book 2, motets on AllMusic.

The version of the motet used for the edition of the dedication service differs slightly from the reading that Gable included in his earlier edition of selected motets by Practorius (Polychoral Motets, vol. 1, Recent Researches in the Music of the Renaissance, 18 [Madison, Wisc.: A-R Editions, ]).

Weihnachts-Oratorium BWV General Discussions - Part 8: complimentary strawas to give a scenic, almost pictorial character to each of the six parts,” says Butt.

Part 1 with trumpets in the opening chorus, bass aria and closing chorale, sets a brilliant festive beginning; Part 2, the Annunciation, with oboes and flutes, emphasizes the. Note - this mass includes sections in 2 parts (parts of the Gloria and Sanctus) and in 3 parts (parts of the Gloria, Credo and the Benedictus) which can stand alone as pieces on their own; the second Agnus is in 6 parts, but works as a four-part piece with some of the missing phrases shared out in other parts.

Michael Praetorius () was one of the most versatile, wide-ranging, and prolific German composers of the seventeenth century. Also important as a theorist, his Syntagma Musicum, penned aroundwas originally planned in four parts. He completed only three, with the first discussing the place of music in the church, while Volume II focused on musical instruments.

Motets for Voices: Book 2 for 5, 6 and 8 Voices - Laudate pu Album Roma Triumphans - Polychoral Music in the Churches of the Vatica; Licensed to YouTube. Characteristic: parts written esp. for instruments, not voice; Giovanni Gabrieli 16th century Venetian composer, organist at St.

Marco; Wrote instrumental ensemble. Instrumental parts included: Trumpet I in B-flat, Trumpet I in C, Trumpet II in B-flat, Trumpet II in C, Horn in F, Trombone I, Trombone II Music Source: 1.

Ego sum panis vivus; 2. Emendemus in melius. Difficulty Level: E Description: These two William Byrd motets, “Ego sum panis vivus” and “Emendemus in melius” are scored for brass quartet by Charles Evans.

1. I believe the correct answer is mainly vocal musical composition. The motet is mainly vocal musical composition characteristic for the western world (West Europe). Motet is a highly varied form and style, which is consistently used from the late medieval era to the modern times.

In western music, a motet is a mainly vocal musical composition, of highly diverse form and style, from the late medieval era to the present. The motet was one of the pre-eminent polyphonic forms of Renaissance music.

According to Margaret Bent, "a piece of music in several parts with words" is as precise a definition of the motet as will serve from the 13th to the late 16th century and beyond. Cantata BWV Uns ist ein Kind Geoboren Discussions: BWV Russell Telfer wrote (Febru ): I have just spent a weekend studying and rehearsing Uns ist ein Kind Geboren, the cantata dignified with the title of BWV (as well as BWV '2 and the Lauds from BWV ).The German choral score shouts ANONYMUS at you on the front.

Divine Theatre: Sacred Motets by Giaches de Wert from the English a capella choir Stile Antico, also on the Harmonia Mundi label, presents an array of gorgeous music by the 16th-century Flemish-born composer Giaches de spent his career in Italy, mostly in Mantua, and is known to have influenced his younger contemporary : Jon Sobel.

Polychoral motets of Gabrieli. "cori spezzati" — divided choirs for antiphonal performance. developed by Gabrieli with 2–5 choirs supported by instrumental groups. Small sacred concerto.

More typical of what was actually heard in church, compared to Gabrieli's works, which could only be heard in a place like St.

Mark's. Motet Last updated Janu This excerpt from J.S. Bach's Baroque music era motet, entitled Der Geist hilft unser Schwachheit auf (BWV), shows that the singer is asked to sing many different notes on the same syllable of text, a compositional approach called a melisma.

In western music, a motet is a mainly vocal musical composition, of highly diverse form and style, from the late. The name of the motet was preserved in the transition from medieval to Renaissance music, but the character of the composition was entirely it grew out of the medieval isorhythmic motet, the Renaissance composers of the motet generally abandoned the use of a repeated figure as a cantus ume Dufay was a transitional figure in this regard; he wrote one of the last.

Published on “Magnificat a 14" (), Giovanni Gabrieli (c - ) Selection from "A Grand Festive Vespers in Venice, c. for. Music. All of his surviving music is vocal, and includes madrigals and motets, some of which were probably intended for performance as intermedii, musical interludes between acts of plays.

Along with the other Medici composers, taking part in a trend of the time, he wrote gigantic polychoral compositions. One of the largest polychoral works ever composed, at least prior to modern times, was.

The similarities are striking; like Dufay, Josquin traveled to Italy and wrote sacred masses and motets, and wrote secular songs in French and Italian. Also like Dufay, Josquin wrote for four voices.

Info for Hieronymus Praetorius: Motets in 8, 10, 12, 16 & 20 Parts. The large-scale works of Hieronymus Praetorius (–) owe much to the great polychoral tradition mastered by Hans Leo Hassler and the great Venetian composer Giovanni Gabrieli.

As far as dream mass program - hard to choose, since a lot of it depends on my current state of mind. At the moment (and this could change in an hour or so) French Romantic ordinary, Renaissance motets, chant propers. And hymns before and after. Well maybe Terce before and a hymn after.

How Sweet the Sound - Chanticleer 14CD box Palestrina: Motets, Book 2: Gaude, Barbara. Disc: 2 1. Responsorio Segundo de S S Jose - Joseph Jennings & Chanticleer and the hauntingly lovely hymns and chants that groups such as Chanticleer are rediscovering for a new audience in all parts of the world explain and justify my purchase 5/5(2).

Hymns, antiphons, Mass movements, and some motets written in the treble-dominted style in which a borrowed melody is often placed in the top voice and often in fauxbourdon. musically complex motets in four parts which are isorhythmic or polytextual.

Mass pairs or cycles unified by mode, mensuration and head motives. At over pages, Le Motet à grand chœur is a complex book on what Favier reveals to be a complex subject.

The complexity of this undertaking arises in part from the different roles filled by the genre from its origins in the s through its long history: its beginnings as a product of ceremonial occasions to celebrate important events.

Polychoral Definition and background: A performance style developed in the late 16th century involving the use of two or more choirs that answer each other as well as sing as a single ensemble. Polychoral motets by Palestrina typically employ such syllabic crotchets in pairs rather than in longer groups.(12) In the Magnificat setting, however, there are extended syllabic passages built from crotchets and quavers [ILLUSTRATION FOR EX.2A, B OMITTED], and disjunct crotchets are treated motivically and syllabically, most strikingly in the.Polychoral style - a style which used two or more groups of singers or instruments spaced some distance apart.

Cadence - musical resting points that provided a sense of resolution and completion. Mannerism - style which employed exaggeration, distortion, and expressiveness in an elegant and inventive play on Renaissance : In Classical music, motet is a word that is applied to a number of highly varied choral musical compositions.

The name comes either from the Latin movere, ("to move") or a Latinized version of Old French mot, "word" or "verbal utterance."The Medieval Latin for "motet" is motectum, and the Italian mottetto was also used.

[1] If the word is from Latin, the name describes the movement of the.