Et Incarnatus Est (Muñoz, Juan)

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Work Title Et Incarnatus Est
Alternative. Title Et Incarnatus Est
Composer Muñoz, Juan
Language Latin
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Baroque
Piece Style Renaissance


Misc. Comments

Et Incarnatus Est, choral, four mixed voices. Author: Juan Muñoz (1706-1732) Born in Badajoz (Spain) Piece transcribed by Carmelo Solís Rodríguez (1935-2001) from an original in Badajoz's Cathedral

This piece used to be sung as a polyphonic part of the Credo

Source file: Et_Incarnatus_Est_Munoz_Juan_Source

Original was found in the Archives of the Badajoz's Cathedral, by Carmelo Solís Rodríguez (1935-2001) who transcribed it in 1984. The work is in an ancient renaissance style although it was composed into the baroque period.