Hodie nobis caelorum rex (Goudimel, Claude)

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Performances

Recordings

2. Gloria in Excelsis

For 2 Trumpets and 2 Trombones (Rondeau)

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Performer Pages Michel Rondeau (trumpet)
Performers with Marthe Jobidon (trumpet), Eric Vaillancourt & Steve Guerin (trombones)
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2. Gloria in Excelsis

For 2 Trumpets and 2 Trombones (Rondeau)

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Sheet Music

Arrangements and Transcriptions

2. Gloria in Excelsis

For 2 Trumpets and 2 Trombones (Rondeau)

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PDF typeset by Michel Rondeau
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PDF typeset by Michel Rondeau
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PDF typeset by Michel Rondeau
Reccmo (2012/4/4)

PDF typeset by Michel Rondeau
Reccmo (2012/4/4)

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Arranger Michel Rondeau
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General Information

Work Title Hodie nobis caelorum rex
Alternative. Title
Composer Goudimel, Claude
Language Latin
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Renaissance
Piece Style Renaissance
Instrumentation 4 voices


Misc. Comments

MOVEMENTS:

  1. Hodie nobis caelorum rex, de virgine nasci
  2. Gloria, in excelsis Deo et in terra pax
  • RISM
  • Difficult to know what the first publication was. There is a 1555 publication called "Qvartvs liber modvlorvm, qvatvor, qvinqve et sex vocvm, (qvos vvlgvs moteta vocat) à quibusuis celeberrimis authoribus excerptus, & nunc primum in lucem æditus" that has as one of its items a "Hodie nobis coelorum rex (secunda pars: Gloria in excelsis Deo) / C. Goudimel --". There is also another collection from 1560? called "Tertius Liber Modulorum, Quatuor et Quinque Vocum, (quos vulgus Motteta vocat) à quibusuis celeberrimis authoribus excerptus. Bassus" that seems to have the same piece, or at least one by the same name, in it.