Missarum, Liber 5 (Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da)

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Editor Franz Xaver Haberl (1840–1910)
Publisher. Info. Opera omnia Ioannis Petraloysii Praenestini, Tomus XIV 
Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel, 1882. Plate 16116.
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Misc. Notes Pages 42–43 and 128–29 duplicated
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Editor Second edition
Publisher. Info. Venice: Girolamo Scotto, 1591.
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Misc. Notes RISM A/I: P 671 This ed. adds an extra mass
Missa Sine Nomine a 6 from the Liber Primus.
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Work Title Missarum liber quintus, quatuor, quinque, ac sex vocibus concinendarum
Alternative. Title Missarum, Liber 5
Composer Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. RISM A/I: P 670
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 7 masses:
  1. Missa aeterna Christi munera à 4 (paraphrase, hymn)
  2. Missa Jam Christus astra ascenderat à 4 (paraphrase, hymn)
  3. Missa Panis quem ego dabo à 4 (parody, Lupus Hellinck, 1532)
  4. Missa Iste confessor à 5 (paraphrase, hymn)
  5. Missa Nigra sum à 5 (parody, Jean Lhéritier, 1532)
  6. Missa Sicut lilium inter spinas à 5 (parody, own motet, 1569, no.21)
  7. Missa Nasce la gioia mia à 6 (parody, Giovan Leonardo Primavera)
First Publication. 1590 - Roma: Francesco Coattino
Language Latin
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Renaissance
Piece Style Renaissance
Instrumentation 4-6 voices