Published February 28, 2007
by A-R Editions .
Written in English
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Renaissance , Gioseffo Zarlino: Motets from , Part 2: Selected Motets from Musici quinque vocum moduli (Venice, ) [Gioseffo Zarlino] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Gioseffo Zarlino was without doubt the most highly regarded music theorist of the sixteenth century. Although also a published composer. Motets from , Part 1: Motets Based on the Song of Songs. By Gioseffo Zarlino. Gioseffo Zarlino Search for other works by this author on: This Site. PubMed. Google Scholar. Edited by Cristle Collins Judd. Cristle Collins Judd Search for other works by this . Motets from Ego veni hortum meum Part 1 of Motets from , Cristle Collins Judd Recent researches in the music of the Renaissance, ISSN X: Author: Gioseffo Zarlino: Editor: Cristle Collins Judd: Publisher: A-R Editions, Original from: the University of California: Digitized: ISBN: , Get this from a library! Motets from Part 1, Motets based on the Song of songs. [Gioseffo Zarlino; Cristle Collins Judd].
Looking for books by Gioseffo Zarlino? See all books authored by Gioseffo Zarlino, including The Art of Counterpoint (The Norton library), and Motets from Motets Based on the Song of Songs (Recent Researches in the Music of the Renaissance), and more on Books. Book 1, Book 6, – Christmas and Advent Motets for Four Voices Book 7, Cristóbal de Morales 12 Sacred Mass fragments 3 ATB Ego flos campi a . The Book of Common Prayer - OF CEREMONIES, WHY SOME BE ABOLISHED AND SOME RETAYNED. O F suche Ceremonies as be used in the Church, and have had their beginning by thinstitucion of man: Some at the first were of godly intent and purpose devised, and yet at length turned to vanitie and supersticion: Some entred into the Churche by undiscrete. This book appears in David Griffiths' Bibliography of the Book of Common Prayer as /10, and appears to take as its text an edition published in (probably Griffiths /1) by Edward Whitchurche (or Whytchurche) of London, or from a 19th century reprint thereof. The title page of the original edition is pictured at right.
lino's two large motet collections, the five-voice motet book of Only one edition of these five-voice motets appears to have been pub? lished, that put out in Venice by Gardane in The edition may have been a small one without a wide circulation, for few concordances exist for the nineteen motets in the volume. One, Si bona suscepimus. This recording shows that Zarlino's motets are beautiful and compelling, and that there is no reason to ignore them. It would be nice to have the opportunity to get to know his first book of motets () as well. The sound of Singer Pur is different from that of most others because of the lack of an alto voice. Motets from Part 2, Eleven motets from Musici quinque vocum moduli (Venice, ). Middleton, Wis.: A-R Editions, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Musical Score: All Authors / Contributors: Gioseffo Zarlino; Cristle Collins Judd. Henry’s son Edward VI (reigned ) insisted on a real change from Roman Catholicism. He established, with the Act of Uniformity of Service and Administration of the Sacraments throughout the Realm, the obligation to use the Book of Common Prayer. English, not Latin, was the only legal language for the Church of England.