Hymni quibus totius anni (Stadlmayr, Johann)

Sheet Music


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Editor Johannes Evangelista Habert (1833–1896)
Publisher. Info. Denkmäler der Tonkunst in Österreich, Bd.5
Vienna: Österreichischer Bundesverlag, 1896. Plate Dm.d.Tk.in Oest.III.1.
Reissue - Graz: 1959
Misc. Notes For contents listing, see discussion.
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General Information

Work Title Hymni quibus totius anni decursu
Alternative. Title D.O.M. superisque Sancta Romana applaudit ecclesia à 4 pro choro accommodi: quibus et alii hymni pro festis solemnioribus cum synphonijs à 4. 5. 6. 7. è 8. accesserunt, in quibus pro ratione variari possunt Instrumenta Musica, cum Basso continuo.
Composer Stadlmayr, Johann
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IJS 2
First Publication. 1628
Language Latin
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Renaissance
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation see below, Comments

Navigation etc.

  • Although the Denkmaler Tonkunst edition contains entirely 4-part hymns, Grove Music says "In the earlier works the new style intrudes only in added bass lines for the organ which merely double the lowest vocal notes. It is more pronounced with the substitution of instrumental ritornellos for the odd-numbered verses of the works forming the second part of the Hymni of 1628." Therefore, it seems there is another part of this collection that IMSLP does not yet have.
  • Grove's instrumentation of the 1628 Innsbruck edition is specified as: "4–8vv, 2 cornetts/vn, bc".
  • Tagging has been done to accommodate the 4-part version, and for the second part, "vv 2crtt bc ; vv 2vn bc" has been used. More specific tagging can be done if the second part is ever uploaded.