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Stadlmayr, Johann

Johann Stadlmayr was an Austrian composer from around 1600. He was born round 1575 in Bavaria, but we do not know where. Very little is known about his youth and ...

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Magnificat : for 4 voices / Johann Stadlmayr; transcribed and edited by Cees Wagemakers

Publisher's number: 16979
Genre: Vocal music
Subgenre: Mixed choir
Instruments: GK
Remarks: Early Music Edition.
Year of composition: c.1600-1620
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)
Description:
The Bavarian State Library (Bayerische Staats Bibliothek in Munich, Germany) holds a unique collection of large folio format choirbooks from the Bavarian court music ensemble, predominantly from the time of Orlando di Lasso serving as court music director. Several splendidly illustrated choir books originally belonged to the personal collection of the Bavarian dukes. The most beautiful one is the collection of motets by Cipriano de Rore for Duke Albrecht V, also available at Donemus (D 16092). Choirbooks have all the parts on two facing pages, in contrast to the separate books for each voice that we see mostly in Renaissance editions.
Manuscript # 88 is a collection of 8 settings of the Magnificat by Johann Stadlmayr on all 8 church modes. Stadlmayr has written settings on the even verses, the odd verses are supposed to be sung in the corresponding mode in plainchant. In all the settings the original melody can be heard as cantus firmus. The title of the book shows the composer as ‘Ioannes Stadlmair, Capellæ Magister Illustrissimi et Reverendissimi Principis Salisburgensis’ ( J.S., Choir master of the Most illustre and reverend Prince of Salzburg).
Cees Wagemakers, 2018

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