MS s.s. (otherwise known as MechAS s.s.) is a manuscript now housed in the Archief en Stadsbibliotheek in Mechelen, Belgium. It contains seven Mass cycles, one by Matheus Pipelare and the other six by Pierre de la Rue. The scribe of the manuscript was Alamire and it was put together in the years 1508-19.
Publication date and place: 1508 -19. – Manuscript .
|1.||Missa Fors Seulement||Matheus Pipelare||5||Based on the second setting of his chanson Fors seulement|
|2.||Missa paschalis||Pierre de La Rue||5||Otherwise known as Missa pascale or Missa ‘Resurrexi’, based on 7 chants from Easter liturgy|
|3.||Missa Conceptio tua||Pierre de La Rue||5||Based on the antiphon for the Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary|
|4.||Missa Ave Maria||Pierre de La Rue||4||Otherwise known as Missa de annuntiatione Maria, based on the antiphon for the Annunciation|
|5.||Missa de Sancta cruce||Pierre de La Rue||5||Otherwise known as Missa ‘Nos autem gloriari’, based upon the introit for the Finding of the Holy Cross and Exaltation of the Holy Cross. The ‘Pleni sunt caeli’ in the Sanctus is related to 2nd Agnus of Josquin's Missa ‘L’ami baudichon’|
|6.||Missa de feria||Pierre de La Rue||5||Based on chant Gloria XV and Credo I; ‘motet’ Ne temere quid loquaris is contrafactum of the 2nd Agnus; probably inspired by Févin's Missa de feria|
|6.||Missa Alleluia||Pierre de La Rue||5|
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