Ecce virgo concipies (Isaac, Heinrich)

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For 2 Trumpets and 2 Trombones (Rondeau)

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For 2 Trumpets and 2 Trombones (Rondeau)

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General Information

Work Title Ecce virgo concipies
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Composer Isaac, Heinrich
Key G minor
Librettist Bible (Isaiah 7:14, translated)
Language Latin
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Renaissance
Piece Style Renaissance
Instrumentation Voices

Misc. Comments

The same as "Ecce virgo concipiet" or is that a different work? It seems that concipiet is more proper Latin, anycase. Note that the description of "Canzona" in IMSLP:Tagging describes it as originally a troubadour song, then a piece of secular music; this is neither. First publication found in Worldcat seems to be around 1940-odd, though maybe this is an anonymous work from a 16th century set of partbooks that it has now been decided probably was by Isaac. Attribution was, agreed, a spotty thing there. Does "Canzona" date back to an early (18th-century or earlier, say) source?