The Carlo G Manuscript (Anonymous)

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Copyist Carlo Gr... [illegible]
Publisher. Info. Manuscript, n.d.(ca.1600-20).
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Misc. Notes Several pages missing from the scan: 18r, 50r, 51v, 52v-53r, 116v-117r. Page opening 82v-83r has been pasted together in the manuscript.
#347208 - 64v missing from colour scan.
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Misc. Notes Carlo G. MS p. 132v-134v text based on Song of Songs 2:3-5
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General Information

Work Title Di Carlo G. MS
Alternative. Title
Name Translations manuscrit Carlo G; Carlo G manuscript
Composer Anonymous
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. None [force assignment]
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's See Contents of the Carlo G Manuscript.
89 pieces (84 motets, 5 toccatas), mostly by Carlo Gr. Other composers include:
Se bramate ch'io mora, by Luca Marenzio
Alma mater pietatis, by Paolo Quagliati
Cantate domino, by Bartolomeo Barbarino
Luce gratiae tuae, by Girolamo Giacobbi
Benchè sovra le stelle, by Giulio Caccini ("Giulio Romano")
excerpt from Quella ch' in mille selve, by Orazio Vecchi
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 1600-20
Language Latin (No.[6] with alternate Italian text)
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation 1-2 voices, organ; voice, chitarrone (tagged as lute); 2 voices, violin, organ; voice, chitarrone, organ;
Instrumental toccatas: 2 organs; chitarrone, lirone (tagged as viol), bass viol; organ; chitarrone, violin, bass viol, lirone; violin, 2 continuo instruments (e.g. chitarrone and bass viol)
External Links RISM 1001192911
Early Music Sources Video introduction
Elam Rotem, The Carlo G Manuscript
Sotheby's report by Ian Fenlon
Roman Chlada, Die Begleitung am Tasteninstrument bei Carlo G. (thesis, PDF, in German)
Wikipedia article (French)
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