Musicae cantiones liber tertius (Johannes Lupi)

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Title: Musicae cantiones liber tertius

Full title: Ioannis Lupi, Chori Sacrae Virginis Mariae Cameracensis Magistri, Musicae Cantiones (quae vulgo motetta nuncupari solent) Noviter In lucem editae, Liber Tertius

Composer: Johannes Lupi

Publication date and place: 1542 in Paris by Pierre Attaingnant & Hubert Jullet.
Description: Lupi's only surviving book, containing fifteen motets. This book was published posthumously.

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List of works

Octo Vocum

1. Salve celeberrima virgo, p. 1

Sex Vocum

2. Ad nutum Domini, p. 3
3. Virgo clemens et benigna, p. 4
4. O florens rosa, p. 6

Quinque Vocum

5. Felix namque es, p. 7
6. Stirps Jesse virgam, p. 8
7. Vidi speciosam, p. 9
8. Stella maris luminosa, p. 10
9. Tu Deus noster, p. 11
10. Angelus domini, p. 12
11. Isti sunt viri sancti, p. 14
12. Gregem tuum, p. 15

Quatuor Vocum

13. Quam pulchra es, p. 16
14. Spes salutis, p. 17
15. Benedictus dominus, p. 18

Works at CPDL

Title Year Composer No. Genre Subgenre Vo. Voices
Ad nutum Domini 1542 Johannes Lupi 2 Sacred Motets 6 SSATBB
Angelus Domini apparuit Zachariae 1542 Johannes Lupi 10 Sacred Motets 5 SATTB
Felix namque es 1542 Johannes Lupi 5 Sacred Motets 5 ATTBB,SATTB
Quam pulchra es 1532 Johannes Lupi 13 Sacred Motets 4 SATB
Salve celeberrima virgo 1542 Johannes Lupi 1 Sacred Motets 8 AATTTBB
Stella maris luminosa 1542 Johannes Lupi 8 Sacred Motets 5 SATTB
Stirps Jesse virgam 1538 Johannes Lupi 6 Sacred Motets 5 SATTB
Tu Deus noster 1542 Johannes Lupi 9 Sacred Motets 5 SATTB
Vidi speciosam sicut columbam 1538 Johannes Lupi 7 Sacred Motets 5 SATTB