Symphoniae iucundae atque adeo breves (Georg Rhau)

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Title: Symphoniae iucundae atque adeo breves quatuor vocum

Full title: Symphoniae iucundae atque adeo breves quatuor vocum, ab optimis quibusque musicis compositae, ac iuxta ordinem tonorum dispositae, quas vulgo mutetas appellare solemus, numero quinquaginta duo

Editor – Compiler: Georg Rhau

Publication date and place: 1538 in Wittenberg by Georg Rhau.

Description: A collection of motets for four voices. This volume contains fifty-two works by French, Belgian, and German composers and was printed as four part books. The preface for this volume is by Martin Luther.

Facsimile: Bavarian State Library

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List of works

1. In te, Domine, speravi, non confundar (Josquin des Prez)
2. Sicut lilium inter spinas (Antoine Brumel)
3. Qui credit in filium (Anonymous)
4. Homo quidam fecit (Ludwig Senfl)
5. Accessit ad pedes Jesu peccatrix (Stephan Mahu)
6. Puer natus est nobis (Jean Mouton)
7. Adjuva nos Deus (Anonymous)
8. Non potest homo quidquam a se ipso facere (Georg Forster)
9. Conclusit Dominus omnia sub peccato (Georg Forster)
10. Veni electa mea (Erasmus Lapicida)
11. Oime patientia (Rupert Unterholtzer)
12. Dulces exuviae (Anonymous) – attributed elsewhere to Adrian Willaert or Jean Mouton
13. Quam pulchra es (Philippe Verdelot) – attributed elsewhere to Johannes Lupi
14. Ave apertor caelorum (Pierre de la Rue)
15. Michael archangele (Claudin de Sermisy)
16. Inviolata integra et casta (Anonymous)
17. Ecce concipies et paries filium (Anonymous)
18. Inviolata integra et casta (Anonymous)
19. Absolon fili mi (Anonymous)
20. Laudate pueri (Anonymous)
21. Ave Maria (Anonymous)
22. Veni electa mea (Anonymous)
23. Domine clamavi ad te (Georg Forster)
24. Collegerunt pontifices (Ludwig Senfl)
25. Si diligitis me (Anonymous)
26. Dilectus Deo (Antoine de Févin)
27. Scimus quoniam diligentibus (Anonymous)
28. Elisabeth Zachariae (Jean de La Fage)
29. Videns Dominus flentes (Philippe Verdelot)
30. Si autem impius egerit (Anonymous)
31. Tu es Petrus (Anonymous)
32. Quem dicunt homines (Jean Richafort)
33. Ego sum resurrectio (Johann Walter)
34. Valde honorandus est (Rupert Unterholzer)
35. Panis quem ego dabo (Lupus Hellinck)
36. Ingresso Zacharia (Benedictus Ducis)
37. Virtute magna (Philippe Verdelot)
38. Pelli meae (Anonymous)
39. Vide domine (Jean de La Fage)
40. Converte nos Domine ad te (Matthias Eckel)
41. O Domine Jesu Christe pastor bone (Jean Mouton)
42. Missa Salve nos omnes (excerpts) (Heinrich Isaac)
43. Rex autem David (Anonymous)
44. Te Deum patrem (Benedictus Ducis)
45. Gabriel archangelus (Philippe Verdelot)
46. Parce Domine populo tuo (Heinrich Isaac)
47. Cor meum conturbatum est (Anonymous)
48. Pulchra Sion filia pro mortali (Ludwig Senfl)
49. Musica quid defles (Anonymous) – "Ephitaphion" for Alexander Agricola
50. Nil prosunt lacrimae (Heinrich Isaac)
51. Non lotis manibus (Crispinus van Stappen)
52. Laus Deo pax vivis (Anonymous)

Works at CPDL

Title Composer Year Subgenre No. Voices
Elisabeth Zachariae Jean de La Fage 1519 Motets 28 SATB
Gabriel archangelus Philippe Verdelot 1532 Motets 45 SATB
In te, Domine, speravi, non confundar Josquin des Prez 1538 Motets 1 SATB
Michael archangele Claudin de Sermisy 1529 Motets 15 STTB,SATB
Panis quem ego dabo Lupus Hellinck 1532 Motets 35 SATB
Quam pulchra es Philippe Verdelot 1538 Motets 13 SATB
Quem dicunt homines Jean Richafort 1532 Motets 32 STTB,SATB
Sicut lilium inter spinas Antoine Brumel 1520 Motets 2 SATB,STTB,ATTB
Vide domine Jean de La Fage 1520 Motets 39 STTB
Videns Dominus flentes Philippe Verdelot 1538 Motets 29 SATB