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Edition:
Trium vocum carmina.

Nuremberg: Hieronymus Formschneider, 1538, vdm: 41

Title page:

TENOR || TRIVM VOCVM CARMINA || A DIVERSIS MVSICIS COMPOSITA.|| Cum privilegio Caesareae atque Regiae maiestatis ad sexennium.||

[other partbooks:]
DISCANTVS ||
BASSVS ||

Colophon:

Impressum Nürenberge per Hieronymum || Formschneider.|| 1538.||

Editor:

[Wilhelm Breitengraser]

Place of printing:

Nuremberg

Printer:
Hieronymus Formschneider
Year:
1538
Further information on dating:
from colophon
Catalogue references:
RISM B/1:
1538/9
VD16:
T 2011
Boeker-Heil:
21
vdm:
41
Further details:

All compositions are without text, title or composer’s name. The tenor partbooks in Berlin and Jena have some attributions and text inserted by hand.

Type of source:

Polyphonic music book

Language:

Latin

Format:
4º oblong
Musical layout:
partbook
Number of partbooks:
3
Privilege:

Cum privilegio Caesareae atque Regiae maiestatis ad sexennium. (title page)

Autopsy copy:

Not yet inspected.

Technique for printing music:

single impression

Genre:
motet, German Lied setting (Tenorlied), polyphonic song, mass ordinary
Number of voices:
3
Notation:
Mensural notation
Repertoire:

One hundred pieces without text, including eighteen German Lieder, arranged by mode.

Composers:

Alexander Agricola; Antoine Brumel; Loÿset Compère; Nicolaus Craen; Sixt Dietrich; Heinrich Finck; Johannes Ghiselin; Hayne; Henricus Isaac; Josquin des Prez; Jacob Obrecht; Johannes Prioris; Samson; Ludwig Senfl; Anonymus; Jacobus Barbireau; Pieter Bourdon; Hans Buchner; Johannes Ockeghem

Secondary literature:

Holzmann, Klaus. “Hieronymus Formschneyders Sammeldruck Trium Vocum Carmina.” Unpublished diss., Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg im Breisgau, 1956; Gustavson, Royston. “Hans Ott, Hieronymus Formschneider and the Novum et insigne opus musicum (Nuremberg, 1537-1538).” PhD diss., University of Melbourne, 1998 (158)

   

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