||Das Chorwerk, Heft 77 (pp.13-18)|
Wolfenbüttel: Möseler Verlag, 1959.
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Arrangements and Transcriptions
For 4 Recorders (Wiebes)
||Ecce iam venit plenitudo
|I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No.
- Pars prima: Ecce iam venit plenitudo
- Pars secunda: Propter nimiam charitatem suam
||1563 in Motetta D. Cipriani de Rore et aliorum auctorum [...]
||Bliblical: Gal. 4, 4-5; Ephes. 2, 4; Rom. 8, 3
|Composer Time PeriodComp. Period
Because of the low registers for the four voices, they can be seen as for 2 Tenors (Cantus and Altus), a Barytone (Tenor) and a Bass (Bassus).