Thanks for your very interesting editions! I wonder if the mass movements you've recently contributed are a cycle or not: one has the note "ffol. 33v-34" but generally one wants all the help one can get in identifying works by this 'composer'. CPDL has different ways of naming pages, one being disambiguation by numeral (Ave Maria I (Anonymous), Ave Maria II (Anonymous)) and one I prefer , adding the source to the title: Res est admirabilis (Graduel de Fontevrault) (Anonymous), Kyrie (16th cent. English) (Anonymous)). Then there are cases like Kyrie Magne Deus (tr93) I (Anonymous) & Kyrie Magne Deus (tr93) II (Anonymous) ;-) where at least pagination settles which is first. All the best from California, Richard Mix (talk) 02:54, 22 March 2022 (UTC)
- Hey there! I was wondering if I would be able to upload those as one cohesive cycle, thank you for reading my mind! I can definitely add more pagination notes if that's helpful, or just indicate the title of the manuscript with the mass title (adding the source to the title, sorry)
- All best from Arizona!
- Missa de Beata Virgine D-Ju MS 33 (Anonymous) looks great. I merged the Kyrie there, just so you can see if you like that layout; if you want to make movements individually available other examples are found on Dido and Aeneas, Z 626 (Henry Purcell) (a bit messy already, and potentially even worse), Funeral Office - 1816 (José Maurício Nunes Garcia) (inconsistent in breaking down page counts) and Coronation Mass, KV 317 (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart) (shared CPDL#, with which I see no problem).
- I had a very enjoyable drive from El Cerrito through Yosemite & Death Valley to my cousin in Phoenix a few years ago. Maybe we'll cross paths someday! Richard
I guess we're lucky there's such a large bibliography in English, the other name I could find being "Die deutschen Chorbucher aus der Hofkapelle Friedrichs des Weisen"! User:Barry Johnston has written Help:Create a new music publication page if you feel like having a go yourself. Richard Mix (talk) 19:34, 31 March 2022 (UTC)
Excited to have this Mass, and if I'm correct in thinking it's without Credo the combined page will not need Template:IncompleteEdition! (Next time around please consider making a single mass page first and then adding movements to it one at a time; you can use the "add new edition" tab for this.)
Now you have to decide whether you want to delete CPDL #68871 or not: usually the tidyest way to fix a previous submission would have been to go to the file page (click on the icon with the magnifying glass to go to File:Missa de Confessoribus Sanctus.pdf and File:Missa de Confessoribus Sanctus.mxl) where you would have used the button labeled "Upload a new version of this file".
Next time you have an updated/corrected version there's a better way than adding a new edition as on the page Salve Sancta parens I (D-Ju MS 33) (Anonymous): File:D-JU Ms 33 Salve Sancta Parens .pdf File:D-JU Ms 33 Salve Sancta Parens .mid &c have buttons labeled "Upload a new version of this file" (below File history). A little cumbersome, but it will save you having to relabel File:Salve Sancta Parens D-Ju MS 33.pdf File:Salve Sancta Parens D-Ju MS 33.mid &c. Richard Mix (talk) 15:19, 4 June 2022 (UTC)
- Hey there! I saw there was a way to add a new edition of a file, but if it's an entirely different setting, shouldn't I still treat it as a new work?
Could you help ID the source for CPDL #68503 at Sanctus (Anonymous)? I see that it has the Marian interpolation, so there's a question in splitting whether it's a single movement or whether it fits into a mass cycle. Richard Mix (talk) 19:48, 21 July 2022 (UTC)
- Hey there,
- I have no idea who composed that Sanctus or what cycle it could be from I don't think I saw the Marian tropes in the Benedictus either.
Isaac: Missa de Beata Virgine a 3
I saw that there was some confusion about the attribution for the recently uploaded Missa de Beata Virgine a 3. DIAMM attributes this to Heinrich Isaac, and other articles have alluded to his having composed a three-voice Missa de Beata Virgine. I couldn't find anything that pointed to this being a Senfl mass. On a related note, there are many similarities between this three-voiced mass and the anonymous one from JenaU-33, whoever composed this mass likely composed that one was well.
Let me know if I can help clear anything up or if you have any thought, thanks so much!