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Liber primvs Cantionvm sacrarvm, vvlgo moteta vocant, quinque [et sex] vocum ex optimis quibusq[ue] musicis selectarum

Liber primvs Cantionvm sacrarvm, vvlgo moteta vocant, quinque [et sex] vocum ex optimis quibusq[ue] musicis selectarum

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For superius, tenor, contratenor, bassus, and quinta et sexta pars.
Title from svperivs part.
Liber 1, 2nd ed. (1555); liber 2, 2nd ed. (1555) except contratenor and bassus parts, 1st ed. (1554); liber 3-6, 1st ed. (no other editions published); liber 7-8, 2nd ed. (1556) except bassus part of liber 8, 1st ed. (1555) Liber 4 is dated 1553 (probably an error) on all parts except superius which has imprint date 1554. Cf. Eitner. Bibliographie der Musik-Sammelwerke, p. 133-136, 141.
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The composers names are: Eustachius Barblon, Benedictus, Iac. Bultel, Canis, Certon, Chasteleyn, Clemens non Papa, Crequillon, Crispel, Arn. Feys, Gombert, Seb. (Christianus) Hollander, Iosquin Baston, Larchier, Petit Ian de Latre, P. Manchicourt, Simon Moreau, Tubal, A. Vuillart and N. de Vuismes.
The respective voice-parts of liber 1-8 are bound in 5 v.

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1570
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