Fantasia sopra 'Ut re mi fa sol la' (Tiburtino, Giuliano)

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General Information

Work Title Fantasia sopra 'Ut re mi fa sol la'
Alternative. Title Fantasia sopra 'La sol fa mi re ut' (see below, Comments)
Composer Tiburtino, Giuliano
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IGT 9
Key C Ionian mode
First Publication. 1549 in Fantesie, et recerchari a tre voci (No.1)
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Renaissance
Piece Style Renaissance
Instrumentation 3 instruments (trombones, strings, recorders, bassoons, etc.)

Misc. Comments

This piece is mistitled in the Superius incipit as "La sol fa mi re ut". The table of contents of each part, as well as the incipits of the Tenor & Bassus partbooks, give it as "ut re mi fa sol la," which is played by the tenor in the opening. Indeed, a RISM search under "tiburtino la sol fa mi re ut" brings one to the page Ut re mi fa sol la.