Misereris omnium Domine (Zarlino, Gioseffo)

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Das Chorwerk, Vol.77 (pp.19-24)
Wolfenbüttel: Möseler Verlag, 1959.

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PMLP534444-Zarlino; Misereris omnium Domine.pdf

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Ritter von Schleyer Verlag


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General Information

Work Title Misereris omnium Domine / Ne reminiscaris Domine
Alternative Title
Composer Zarlino, Gioseffo
First Publication 1566 in Modulationes Sex vocum, per Philippum Iusbertum musicum Venetum Collectae (No.18)
Librettist Bliblical: Wisdom 11, 24 & 27; Ps. 56, 2.
Language Latin
Piece Style Renaissance
Instrumentation 6 voices
Extra Information The Cantus, Sextus, Bassus parts have the complete text for "Misereris omnium Domine" while the Quintus haa a Canon (rule) for itself and only have the text: "Miserere mei Deus". The Altus voice is following an imitative Canon by the fifth over the Tenore voice; both voices have a different text from the other four: "Ne reminiscaris Domine..."
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