Sederunt principes (Pérotin)

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 Complete score (EU)
#55049 - 9.62MB, 40 pp. -  6.7/10 2 4 6 8 10 (3) - V/25*/C* - 9404x

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ctesibius (2010/2/5)

Editor:

Rudolf von Ficker (1886–1954)

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Wien: Universal Edition, 1930, plate U.E. 8211

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Public Domain - Non-PD US [tag/del]

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According to VIAF, Rudolf Ficker and Rudolf von Ficker are the same person.

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Philip Legge (2010/2/9)

PMLP113838-Perotinus Sederunt principes PML.pdf
Editor:

Philip Legge (1972*)

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© 2010 Philip Legge

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Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike 3.0 [tag/del]

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Edited from critical edition by Ficker (organum) and Liber usualis (plainsong)

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General Information

Work Title Sederunt principes, organum quadruplum
Alternative Title Graduale pro festis Sancti Stephani Protomartyris
Composer Pérotin
Key D modal
Movements/Sections 2 sections
  1. Sederunt
  2. Verse. Adjuva me, Domine Deus meus
Year/Date of Composition ca.1199
Librettist Biblia Vulgata, Psalms 118, verses 23, 86, & 109, verse 26
Language Latin
Average Duration 12 minutes
Piece Style Medieval
Instrumentation 4 tenor voices
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