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Trium vocum carmina.

Nuremberg: Hieronymus Formschneider, 1538, vdm: 41

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Title page:

❧ TENOR ☙ || TRIVM VOCVM CARMINA || A DIVERSIS MVSICIS COMPOSITA.|| Cum priuilegio Caesareæ atq𝔷 Regiæ maies: ad sexennium.||

[other partbooks:]
DISCAN⸗ || ❧ TVS ☙ || [woodcut decoration]
❧ BASSVS ☙ || [woodcut decoration]

Colophon:

Impressum Nürenberge per Hieronymum || Formschneyder.|| 1538.||

Editor: [Wilhelm Breitengraser]
Printer:
Hieronymus Formschneider
Publisher: [Wilhelm Breitengraser]
Place of printing:

Nuremberg

Year:
1538
Further information on dating: from colophon
Type of source:

Polyphonic music book

Catalogue references:
RISM B/1 1538/9
VD16 T 2011
Boeker-Heil 21
vdm
41
Further details:

A collection of 100 tricinia, the first ever printed. 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. Gustavson 1998, 163–164, argues that Wilhelm Breitengraser probably lay behind this collection.


Privilege:

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

Paratexts:

Tenor, Aa2r: preface from the editor/publisher (Wilhelm Breitengraser?): “CANDIDIS MVSICIS SALVTEM. EN damus vobis magno numero …”.


Language:

Latin

Format:
4º oblong
Printed area: 148 x 100 mm
Number of leaves:
156
Collation: Discantus: A–N4. Tenor: Aa–Nn4. Bassus: O–Z4, a–c4.
Original foliation:

None, but the pieces are number 1–100

Autopsy copy:

D-Ju 4 Mus.6a(2); 4 Mus.6c(2); 4 Mus.6d(2).



D-Ju 4 Mus.6c(2), Aa1r

D-Ju 4 Mus.6c(2), Nn3v

  
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