Jubilus Bernhardi (Capricornus, Samuel)

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Publisher. Info. Stuttgart: Michael Endter, 1660
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General Information

Work Title Jubilus Bernhardi
Alternative. Title
Composer Capricornus, Samuel
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 24 Sacred Concerti
  1. Jesu dulcis memoria
  2. Jesu spes poenitentibus
  3. Jesu dulcedo Cordium
  4. Jesum quaeram in lectulo
  5. Cum Maria Diluculo
  6. Jesu Rex admirabilis
  7. Mane nobiscum Domine
  8. Amor Jesu dulcissimus
  9. Jesum omnes agniscite
  10. Jesus autor clementiae
  11. Jesu mi bone sentiam
  12. Tua Jesu dilectio
  13. Jesu Decus Angelicum
  14. Amor tuus continuum
  15. Jesu summa benignitas
  16. O Jesu mi dulcissime
  17. Jesus cum sic diligitur
  18. O beatum incendium
  19. Jesu Flos matris Viirginis
  20. Jesu sole serenior
  21. Mi delecte revertere
  22. Coeli cives occurrire
  23. Rex virtutum
  24. Jesus in pace imperat
First Publication. 1660
Language Latin
Dedication August, Archbishop of Magdeburg, Duke of Saxe-Julich
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Baroque
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation 10 voices (SSATB soli, SSATB ripieno), 4 violas, continuo (see below)

Misc. Comments

The "viola" parts are likely for a consort of viols, considering the mixture of clefs used (sop, sop, alt, ten), and the ranges of the parts. At this time, the term "viola" was commonly used for both instruments of the viol family and the viola da braccia.

The role of the ripieno voices is exclusively to reinforce the five solo voices at various points. The direction "ut vocant" (as they call) on the tile page could be taken to mean ad libitum. This obviously indicates the use of a choir.

The continuo part is labelled "bassus pro organo". It is not a fully written-out organ, but a bass part with figures. Of course, it could be reinforced with a bowed bass instrument (violone would fit with the viol consort) and/or some additional chordal instruments.