Lucescit jam o socii (Lassus, Orlande de)

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Editor Wolfgang Boetticher (1914-2002)
Publisher. Info. Sämtliche Werke, neue Reihe, Band 1. Lateinische Motetten, französische Chansons
und italienische Madrigale
 (pp.XXXVI-XXXIX, 121-25)
Kassel: Bärenreiter Verlag, 1956. Plate BA 3401.
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Misc. Notes 600 dpi. Page size is 18.9 x 27 centimeters. Also included in the Chansons collection (Nos.19-20).
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Publisher. Info. Daniel Van Gilst - EN 190-4 (2015)
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General Information

Work Title Lucescit jam o socii
Alternative. Title
Composer Lassus, Orlande de
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IOL 155
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 2 chansons:
  1. Lucescit jam o socii
  2. Nunc bibamus non segniter
First Publication. 1580-87 ca.
Librettist Unknown
Language Latin, French
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Renaissance
Piece Style Renaissance
Instrumentation 4 voices

Misc. Comments

In Grove Music's work list for Lassus, under Lucescit jam o soc, it says "see 'Chansons'", and the full listing is under Chansons, making this one of the few examples of a chanson in a language other than French, though only the incipit is in Latin, and afterwards it is in French.