Decas prima, oder Musicalischen Fleisses erster Theil (Zeutschner, Tobias)

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Publisher. Info. Breslaw (Wrocław): Baumannischen Druckerey, Gottfried Gruender, "1652".
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Misc. Notes Preface dated 1653-01-01.
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Work Title Decas prima, oder Musicalischen Fleisses erster Theil
Alternative. Title Decas prima, oder Musicalischen Fleisses erster Theil, Gott zu ehren, und denen Liebhabern der lieben Music zu gefallen, mit 3. 4. 5. vnd 7. Stimmen mit und ohne Violinen
Composer Zeutschner, Tobias
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 10 pieces
First Publication. 1652
Language German and Latin
Dedication Johann von Haunold, Caspar Kraetschmer, Johann Goetz, Heinrich Broszke, Christian Hoffman, Daniel von Tarnaw, Daniel Seiler, Jacob Fiedler
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Baroque
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation 1, 2, 3, or 5 voices, 2 violins, continuo

Misc. Comments

CONTENTS:

  1. Habe deine Lust (C. et. 2 viol)
  2. Eccè nunc benedicite (A. et 2 viol)
  3. Lobet den Namen (A. T. B.)
  4. Confitemini Domino (A. T. B.)
  5. Lauda anima mea (2 C., 2 viol)
  6. Ach Herr ! Ach Herr (C. A. T., 2 viol)
  7. Unde animae meae (5 v., 2 viol)
  8. Beweise Herr (5 v., 2 viol)
  9. O Domine Jesu Christe (5 v., 2 viol)
  10. Exaudi Domine (5 v., 2 viol)


  • Despite the fact that the title page (see subtitle above) lists no solo cantatas or duets, both the first and second cantatas are for solo voices (soprano and alto respectively), and no.5 is for 2 sopranos. Also, although the title page indicates that there is at least one for 4 and one for 7 voices, none of the 10 have more than these combinations.
  • Grove Music's classification, and thus this work page, seems to have interpreted "mit und ohne Violinen" to mean all of the violin parts were ad lib. However, an inspection of the parts reveals that some of the cantatas are "tacet", so the meaning should be that the violin parts are obbligato in the cantatas that have them, but not all of the cantatas have them.