Jubilate Deo (Scarabelli, Damiano)

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For 3 Lutes (Höger)

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PMLP371280-Scarabelli, Damiano - Jubilate Deo.pdf
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Intavolation in french Lute-tabulatur for 3 lutes (Unisono) with Diminuitions in the tradition of the great luteplayers of the 16. Century. If performed I would look forward about a small reference to my efforts.

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General Information

Work Title Jubilate Deo
Alternative Title
Composer Scarabelli, Damiano
First Publication 1609
Librettist Bible, Psalm 97
Language Latin
Piece Style Renaissance
Instrumentation Vocal à 5


Misc. Comments

According to CPDL, this is no.58 of Florilegium Sacrarum Cantionum (1609), and they classify it as a motet.

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