Cantiones Triginta Selectissimæ (Stephani, Clemens)

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Clemens Stephani (ca.1530−1592)

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Nuremberg: Ulrici Neubert, 1568.

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Work Title Cantiones Triginta Selectissimæ
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Composer Stephani, Clemens
Movements/Sections 30 pieces:
1. Walter: Beati immaculati in via, à 7
2. Senfl: Laudate dominum omnes gentes, à 6
3. Eckel: Cantabo domino qui bona tribuit, à 5
4. Bruck: In civitate domini ibi sonant, à 5
5. Ducis: Quam pulchra es amica mea, à 6
6. Layolle: Ave virgo sanctissima, à 5
7. Gombert: O Iesu Christe miserere nobis, à 8
8. Dietrich: Completi sunt dies Mariæ, à 5
9. Anonymous: Tristis est anima mea, à 5
10. Josquin Desprez: Qui habitat in adiutorio, à 24
11. Anonymous: Elegit dominus virum, à 5
12. Bonmarché: Constitues eos principes, à 8
13. Cadéac?: Regi seculorum invisibili, à 12
14. Anonymous (Josquin?): O pater omnipotens, à 5
15. Isaac: Recordare Iesu Christe, à 5
16. Anonymous: Festina ne tardaveris, à 5
17. Brätel: Ex æquo vivant, sit Pax, à 5
18. Ducis: Agnus Dei qui tollis peccata, à 8
19. Walter: In tribus spiritus meus, à 5
20. Dietrich: Laudate dominum omnes gentes, à 7
21. Stahel: Nun last uns den Leib begraben, à 5
22. Walter: Bonum est homini, à 5
23. Senfl: Quomodo fiet istud, à 5
24. Alder: Te lucis ante terminum, à 5
25. Blanckenmüller: Christe qui lux es & dies, à 5
26. Josquin Desprez: Ave verum corpus natum, à 5
27. Anonymous: Ascendo ad patrem meum, à 5
28. Senfl: Ne reminiscaris domine, à 5
29. Kugelman: Nun lob, mein Seel, den herren, à 8
30a. Paminger: O profunditatem divitia, à 16
30b. Ockeghem: Deo gratia, à 36
First Publication 1568
Language Latin, German
Composer Time Period Renaissance
Piece Style Renaissance
Instrumentation 5, 6, 7, 8, 12, 16, 24, or 36 voices
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