Manuscript, E-Bbc MS 971 (Various)


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Editor María del Carmen Gómez Muntané
Publisher. Info. Barcelona: Biblioteca de Catalunya, 1986.
Butlletí de la Biblioteca de Catalunya (1982-1984), Vol. 10.
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Reprinted El Manuscrito M 971 de la Biblioteca de Catalunya.
Barcelona: Biblioteca de Catalunya, 1989.
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General Information

Work Title Manuscript, E-Bbc MS 971
Alternative. Title Missa Barcelona / Misa de Barcelona / Mass of Barcelona
Composer Various
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 11
  • Mass of Barcelona
  1. Anonymous: Kyrie eleison
  2. Anonymous: [Gloria] Et in terra pax
  3. Sortes: [Credo] Patrem omnipotentem
  4. Anonymous: Sacrosanctus pater ingenitus / Sanctus muri gaudio
  5. Anonymous: Agnus Dei
  • Other pieces
  1. Anonymous: Degentis vita / Cum vix artidicipromoti sint / Vera pudicitia
  2. Anonymous: Rex immense majestatis et summe / Dulcis, potens, pater pie
  3. Bosquet: [Gloria] Et in terra pax
  4. Cluny: Apollinis ecclipsatur / Zodiacum signis / In omnemterram / Per sanctam
  5. Armonizabit: [Gloria] Et in terra pax
  6. Bosquet: [Gloria] Et in terra pax
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 1300-1400 ca.
Language Latin
Piece Style Medieval
Instrumentation 3 and 4 voices
External Links Wikipedia article

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