Intabulatura d'organo cioè misse, himni, magnificat (Cavazzoni, Girolamo)

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Publisher. Info. Venice: the author, n.d.(ca.1550).
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Arranger Giacomo Benvenuti (1885-1943)
Publisher. Info. Milano: Società anonima notari, 1919.
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General Information

Work Title Intabulatura d'organo, cioè misse, himni, magnificat... (Libro secondo)
Alternative. Title Intabulatura d'organo, cioè misse, himni, magnificat composti per Hieronimo de Marcantonio da Bologna detto d’Urbino. Libro secondo.
Composer Cavazzoni, Girolamo
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 13 Pieces
  1. Missa apostolorum (Cunctipotens genitor Deus)
  2. Missa dominicalis (Orbis factor)
  3. Missa de Beata Virgine (Cum jubilo)
  4. Veni creator Spiritus
  5. Exultet cœlum laudibus
  6. Pange lingua gloriosi
  7. Iste confessor
  8. Jesu nostra redemptio
  9. Jesu corona virginum
  10. Deus tuorum militum
  11. Hostis Herodes impie
  12. Magnificat quarti toni
  13. Magnificat sexti toni
First Publication. 1550 ?
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Renaissance
Piece Style Renaissance
Instrumentation Organ
Extra Information The "libro secondo" designation is somehwat superfluous as the first collection published had a slightly different title: Intavolatura cioè recercari, canzoni, himni, magnificat. It was issued in 1543.