Acclamationi divote, Op.10 (Legrenzi, Giovanni)

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Bologna: Giacomo Monti, 1670

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Bologna: Giacomo Monti, 1670

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wrshannon (2012/1/21)

WIMA.b54c-Acclamationi divote Soprano.pdf
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André Danican Philidor l'ainé (1652-1730), Copiste du roi, Éditeur scientifique

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Versailles: André Danican Philidor, n.d.(1700-10)

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alto, continuo

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General Information

Work Title Acclamationi divote a voce sola, libro primo
Alternative Title
Composer Legrenzi, Giovanni
Opus/Catalogue Number Op.10 ; RISM A/I: L 1624
Movements/Sections 12 motets
Angelorum ad convivia (S)
Congratulamini Filiæ Syon (S)
Durum Cor ferreum pectus (S)
Anima mea cur detineris (S)
En gentes desideratum tempus (S)
Gaude, nunc gaude ò fortunata solitudo (S)
Panis candidissimi (A)
Laudibus concino (A)
En Homo (T)
Plaudite vocibus (T)
Suspiro Domine (Bar)
Festivi Martires (B)
First Publication 1670 - Bologna: Giacomo Monti
Language Latin
Composer Time Period Baroque
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation voice, continuo


Misc. Comments

  • Legrenzi's La cetra, published in Venice in 1673, is in fact his Op.11. The printing of La Cetra as Op.10 appears to be an error on the part of the Venetian publisher, who was presumably unaware of Legrenzi's actual Op.10, Acclamationi divote, published in Bologna in 1670. The correct numbering of Legrenzi's publications resumed with Op.12, Cantate, e Canzonette a voce sola, published in Venice in 1676. To add to the confusion, when Legrenzi's Bologna publisher reissued La Cetra in 1682, it retained the titling of the work as Op.10.
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