The First Lindner Collection : for 5-9 voices: Volume 2 / Various authors; transcribed and edited by Cees Wagemakers

Publisher's number: 17014
Genre: Vocal music
Subgenre: Mixed choir
Scoring: GK
Remarks: Early Music edition. First published in Nuremberg in 1585 by Catharina Gerlach. Also with compositions by Tiburtio Massaino, Severin Cornet, Jacopo Antonio Cardillo, Pandolfo Zallamella, Jacopo Corsini, Silvio Marazzo, Nicolao Dorati, Gioseffo Guami and Noé Faignent.
Year of composition: 1585
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)
Infantas, Fernando de Las (Composer)
Lindner, Friedrich (Curator)
Merulo, Claudio (Composer)
Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluiggi da (Composer)
Don Fernando de Las Infantas: Domine, ostende nobis Patrem - Tanto tempore vobiscum (5’45)
Tiburtio Massaino: Omnes gentes plaudite manibus - Psallite Deo nostro (5’)
Giovanni da Palestrina: Viri Galiliæi, quid statis aspicientes? - Ascendit Deus in iubilatione (6’)
Giovanni da Palestrina: Dum complerentur dies Pentecostes - Dum ergo essent in unum discipuli congregati (5’30”)
Severin Cornet: Veni Sancte Spiritus - O lux beatissima - Lava quod est sordidum (5’45”)
Jacopo Antonio Cardillo: Hodie completi sunt dies Pentecostes (2’45”)
Claudio Merulo: O altitudo divitiarum (3’15”)
Severin Cornet: Tibi laus, tibi gloria - Et benedictum nomen gloriæ tuæ (4’)
Giovanni da Palestrina: Puer qui natus est plus quam Prepheta (3’30”)
Claudio Merulo: Sancti et iusti, in Domino gaudete (2’)
Pandolfo Zallamella: Non turbentur amplius fidelium corda (3’)
Claudio Merulo: Vos qui reliquistis omnia (2’)
Jacopo Corsini: Gaudent in cælis animæ sanctorum - Ideo cum Christo exsultant (4’)
Silvio Marazzo: O Rex gentium et desideratus earum (2’15”)
Silvio Marazzo: Iucundare, filia Sion (2’15”)
Anon.: Vulnerasti cor meum (3’)
Silvio Marazzo: In Deo speravit cor meum (2’)
Nicolao Dorati: Domine a lingua dolosa (3’30”)
Gioseffo Guami: Iubilate Deo omnis terra (6’)
Noé Faignent: Laudate Dominum omnes gentes (2’30”)
Apart from the many beautifully calligraphed choirbooks, the Bavarian State Library contains a lot of part books. A remarkable set of books is the collection of Motets assembled by Friedrich Lindner.
There are 2 of these collections of motets; the first - published in 1585 - containing 41 motets for 5, 6 and more voices, was dedicated to Duke Ludwig of Württemberg u. Teck; this book is entirely transcribed in this First Lindner Collection, although some motets by Palestrina are very well known. The 2nd - published in 1588 - containing 56 motets for 4 - 12 voices, is partly transcribed in The Second Lindner Collection, because the many motets by Andrea and Giovanni Gabrieli in the original part books are well-known and free to be obtained in the worldwide market. So in this transcription of the 2nd collection there are less than the original 56 motets and none to be found for 12 voices.
Cees Wagemakers, 2018

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