Promptuarium Musicum: Motets through the Liturgical Year (Volume III) : for 5, 6, 7 & 8 voices and basso continuo (Other Feasts and Communion) / Collected by Abraham SchadÆus; transcribed and edited by Cees Wagemakers

Publisher's number: 14763
Genre: Vocal music
Subgenre: Mixed choir
Instruments: GK
Remarks: Early Music Edition. Single titles available separately.
Year of composition: 1612
Status: Unique collection of Renaissance manuscripts transposed to contemporary notation. Hundreds of vocal works that had been hidden away in various libraries across Europe, now available for the first time, thanks to tireless work of editor Cees Wagemakers.

Other authors:
Wagemakers, Cees (editor)
SchadÆus, Abraham (curator)
Gasparo Villani (1546-1619): O sacrum convivium à 5 (2’15”)
Girolamo Giacobbi (1567-1629): Caro mea à 5 (2’)
Francesco Bianciardi (1570-1607): O pretiosum et admirandum à 5 (2’30”)
Giovanni Battista Stefanini (1574-1630): Gustate et videte à 5 (3’15”)
Ottavio Catalani (? -1644): Ave verum corpus à 5 (2’45”)
Caspar Vincent (1580-1624): Pange lingua - Verbum caro à 6 (9’30”)
Giovanni Piccioni (c. 1548-c. 1619): O Iesu mi dulcissime à 6 (2’)
Michele Varotto (c. 1525-1599): Spiritus meus à 6 (5’)
Girolamo Giacobbi (1567-1629): Salve victima salutaris à 7 (2’)
Giovanni Battista Steffanini (1574-1630): O Sacramentum à 7 (3’15”)
Philippe de Monte (1521-1603): Ego sum panis vivus à 7 (3’)
Nicolò Parma (fl. 1575-1613): Homo quidam fecit coenam magnam à 8 (2’15”)
Vincenzo Bertolusi (c. 1550-1608): Caro mea à 8 (3’)
Ludovico Spontoni (1555-c. 1609): Respexit Elias à 8 (3’)
Luigi Balbi (fl. 1585-1621): Quemadmodum desiderat à 8 (4’30”)
Leone Leoni (c. 1550-1627): O sacrum ed admirabile convivium à 8 (2’15”)
Tiburtio Massaino (c. 1550-1609): Ego sum panis vivus à 8 (4’30”)
In the years 1611 and 1612 two voluminous collections of motets appeared with the name Promptuarium Musicum, volumes I and II.
Both volumes consisted of 100 motets each, to be used during the liturgical year. The first book (1611) contained motets for sundays during Advent, Nativity, The Feast of the Name of Jesus, Epiphany, The Purification of the Virgin Mary, The Annunciation, Occasions of penitence, Lent period, and the Passion of the Lord. The second book (1612) contained motets on Antiphones, Introits, Graduals, Hymns etc. for several individual sundays, and feasts as Easter, Ascension, Pentecost, and several Communion motets. Later appeared more than 200 motets of other liturgical feasts through the year.

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