Liber septimus cantionum sacrarum quatuor vocum (Thomas Crecquillon)

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Title: Liber septimus cantionum sacrarum quatuor vocum

Full Titles:

  • 1559: Liber septimus cantionum sacrarum vulgo moteta vocant, quatuor vocum
  • 1562 on: Liber septimus cantionum sacrarum, (vulgo moteta vocant,) quatuor vocum, nunc denuo a multis, quibus scatebat mendis: summa cura vigilantiaque recognitus, atque castigatus

Composer: Thomas Crecquillon

Genre, Subgenre: Sacred, Motets. Language: Latin, 4 voices.

Publication date and place: 1559 in Leuven by Pierre Phalèse.

Description: Phalèse's seventh book of motets for four voices. This volume is dedicated to the works of Thomas Crecquillon, and was reprinted in 1562, 1567, and 1572.

Facsimile: Bavarian State Library - 1559 edition

List of works

1. Factus est repente de caelo sonus
2. Unus panis
3. Servus tuus ego sum
4. Salve festa dies
5. Vidi civitatem sanctam
6. Cognoscimus Domine
7. Dum deambularet dominus
8. Salve crux sancta
9. Verbum caro factum
10. Justum deduxit Dominus
11. Virgo gloriosa
12. Domine pater et Deus vite meae
13. Ingemuit Susanna
14. Zacheae festinans descende

Works at CPDL

Title Composer Year No. Subgenre Voices
Cognoscimus Domine Thomas Crecquillon 1553 6 Motets STTB
Dum deambularet dominus Thomas Crecquillon 1547 7 Motets SATB
Verbum caro Thomas Crecquillon 1554 9 Motets STTB
Virgo gloriosa semper evangelium Christi Thomas Crecquillon 1554 11 Motets SAAT, ATTB

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