Adoramus te, SV 289 (Monteverdi, Claudio)

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Editor Gian Francesco Malipiero (1882-1973)
Publisher. Info. Tutte le opere di Claudio Monteverdi, Vol.16: Musica Religiosa, Part 2
Vienna: Universal Edition, 1942. Plate XVI.
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Work Title Adoramus te
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Composer Monteverdi, Claudio
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. SV 289
First Publication. 1620 in Giulio Bianchi's Libro primo de motetti in lode d'iddio nostro signore...
Librettist Traditional?
Language Latin
Average DurationAvg. Duration 5 minutes
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Baroque
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation 6 voices and continuo
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Uses a variant text to "Christe, Adoramus te" which Monteverdi set for 5 voices. This motet was published by Monteverdi's pupil Bianchi, apparently, in a collection in 1620 that included among other works this and 3 other motets by Monteverdi.