9 Ricercari a 3 Voci (Willaert, Adrian)

Contents

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Sheet Music

Scores and Parts

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Editor Hermann Zenck (1898-1950)
Publisher. Info. Antiqua Series ANT 135
Mainz: B. Schott's Söhne, 1933. Plate 33742
Copyright
Misc. Notes Many thanks to D.M. for lending the score.
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Editor Hermann Zenck (1898-1950)
Publisher. Info. Antiqua Series
Mainz: Schott, Ed.2316, 1933. Plate B.S.S. 33743b* (viola).
Copyright
Misc. Notes From the uploader's library. Only the Viola part has a full blown Title Page which may explain the inclusion of a plate number found missing on the Violin & Bass parts. See my Talk Page.
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General Information

Work Title IX Ricercari a tre voci
Alternative. Title
Composer Willaert, Adrian
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 9
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Renaissance
Piece Style Renaissance
Instrumentation Three instruments not specified


Misc. Comments

  • The original parts were named "Cantus", "Tenor", and "Bassus" (although the middle stave is in alto clef). According to the editors notes', the Venetian tradition would have been viols or viols di gamba. However, there was also a tradition of brass ensembles and recorder ensembles. Therefore the most likely combinations of the time would have been violin + 2 violas da gamba / violin + viola + cello / 3 recorders / cornet + 2 trombones