Salmi, Op.5 (Legrenzi, Giovanni)

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Vangi (2016/6/3)

Publisher. Info. Venezia: appresso Francesco Magni detto Gardano, 1660.
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Misc. Notes Museo internazionale e Bibl. della musica, Bologna (I-Bc):
AA.177 ; RISM A/I: L 1614
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Boccaccio (2009/5/19)

Publisher. Info. Venezia: Francesco Magni, 1657.
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Work Title Salmi a cinque, trè voci, e due violini
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Composer Legrenzi, Giovanni
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. Op.5 ; RISM A/I: L 1614
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 13 psalms:
1. Domine ad adiuvandum (ATT)
2. Dixit Dominus (CTB)
3. Confitebor (CAT)
4. Beatus (ATB)
5. Laudate pueri (CAB)
6. Laudate Dominum (CCB)
7. Lætatus sum (ATB)
8. Nisi Dominus (TTB)
9. Lauda Ierusalem (SSS)
10. Credidi (ATB)
11. In convertendo (SST)
12. Beati omnes (CCB)
13. Magnificat (CTB)
First Publication. 1657 - Venezia: Francesco Magni
Librettist Psalmists
Language Latin
Dedication Cardinal Pio Vescovo di Ferrara
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Baroque
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation 3 voices, 2 violins, continuo