Missa Caro mea (Jacobus Clemens non Papa)

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  • (Posted 2020-09-03)  CPDL #60405: 
    • Full score:   Score information: A4, 42 pages, 1.03 MB   
    • Liturgical performance score (Credo omitted):   Score information: A4, 28 pages, 785 kB   
Editor: Andrew Fysh (submitted 2020-09-03).   Copyright: CC BY SA
Edition notes: Transposed a whole tone higher (for SATTB; SSATTB in final Agnus Dei), otherwise identical to CPDL #60404 below. Revised edition uploaded 18 September 2020.
  • (Posted 2020-09-03)  CPDL #60404: 
    • Full score:   Score information: A4, 42 pages, 1.04 MB   
    • Liturgical performance score (Credo omitted):   Score information: A4, 28 pages, 793 kB   
    • MIDI files I. Kyrie:   II. Gloria:   III. Credo:   IV. Sanctus & Benedictus:   V. Agnus Dei:  
Editor: Andrew Fysh (submitted 2020-09-03).   Copyright: CC BY SA
Edition notes: At original notated pitch (for SATTB; SSATTB in final Agnus Dei only). Original note values retained. Suggested intonations for the Gloria and Credo included. Transcribed and edited from both sources detailed below. Revised edition uploaded 18 September 2020.

General Information

Title: Missa Caro mea
Composer: Jacobus Clemens non Papa
Number of voices: 5-6vv   Voicings: SATTB and SSATTB (final Agnus Dei only)
Genre: SacredMass

Language: Latin
Instruments: A cappella

First published: 1557 in Phalèse, Missa cum quinque vocibus ad imitationem moduli Caro mea ... autore D. Clemente non Papa [Leuven]
  2nd published: 1584 in Biblioteca Nacional de España, Madrid, Sección de Música. MS M. 2431 [Madrid (Court of Philip II)]
Description: Parody mass setting based on a motet by Pierre de Manchicourt.

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Original text and translations

For information, refer to the Mass page. For texts and translations, see the individual pages:

KyrieGloriaCredoSanctus & BenedictusAgnus Dei