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Barton Hudson (b.1936)
||Corpus Mensurabilis Musicae 5|
Antonii Brumel Opera Omnia V
[Rome]: Armen Carapetyan, 1972. Plate CMM5 - V.
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||SATTB voices a cappella (C1, C3, C4, C4, F3 clefs)
Text underlay consists only of the two word incipit; the Tenor describes the piece as “Lamentatio Brumel” and repeatedly quotes a cantus firmus (resembling the termination of a plainsong tone), the first time to the words “Clamor meus ad te veniat” (this text is from the second half of Psalm 101).