Quatuor vocum musicae modulationes numero XXVI (Willem van Vissenaecken)

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Title: Quatuor vocum musicae modulationes number xxvi

Full Title: Quatuor vocum musicae modulationes number xxvi, ex optimis autoribus diligenter selectae, prorsus novae, atque typis hactenus non excusae

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

Publication date and place: 1542 in Antwerp by Willem van Vissenaecken.

Description: Vissenaecken's first book of motets for four voices, featuring the work of Franco-Flemish composers. This collection was printed as four partbooks.

Facsimile: Royal Holloway Digital Repository

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List of works

1. Congratulamini mihi omnes qui diligitis (Anonymous)
2. Super salutem et omnem pulchritudinem (Janin)
3. Venit lumen tuum Jerusalem (Cornelius Canis)
4. O bone Jesu o dulcissime Jesu (Cornelius Canis)
5. Coenantibus illis accepit Jesus panem (Jacques Du Pont)
6. Laudem dicite Deo nostro (Loyset Piéton)
7. Ave regina coelorum (Anonymous)
8. Virgo prudentissima que progrederis quasi aurora (Anonymous) – attributed elsewhere to Gombert and Payen
9. Domini est terra et plenitudo eius orbis terrarum (Hieronymus Vinders)
10. Pax vobis ego sum alleluia (Loyset Piéton)
11. Fili, quid fecisti (Tielman Susato)
12. Ceciliam intra cubiculum orantem invenit (Cornelius Canis)
13. Miserere nostri deus omnium (Anonymous)
14. Stans autem Jhesus iussit cecum duci ad se (Arnold von Bruck) – attributed elsewhere to Adrian Willaert
15. Memento creatoris tui (Pierre Colin)
16. Domini est terra et plenitudo eius orbis terrarum (Josquin Baston)
17. Domine non est exaltatum cor meum (Anonymous)
18. Tu es refugium meum (Anonymous)
19. Pater peccavi in coelum (Arnold von Bruck)
20. Cantabant sancti canticum novum (Johannes Lescuir)
21. Qui sunt isti qui ut nubes volant (Antoine Barbé)
22. Ave virgo gloriosa (Anonymous)
23. Noe noe noe natum regem seculi (Anonymous)
24. Domine da nobis auxilium de tribulatione (Jean Lecocq) – attributed elsewhere to Susato
25. Miles christi egregius (Anonymous)
26. Saluto te sancta virgo (Nicolas Gombert)

Works at CPDL

Title Composer Year No. Subgenre Voices
Fili, quid fecisti Tielman Susato 1542 11 Motets STTB