Missa Rex seculorum (Dunstaple, John)

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MichaelWeber (2016/2/11)

Editor Manfred F. Bukofzer (1910-1955)
Publisher. Info. Music Britannica, Vol.VIII: John Dunstable: Complete Works (pp.46-57)
London: Stainer & Bell, 1953. Plate S. & B. 5308.
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For 3 Viols (Yates)

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Rayates (2022/4/5)

Arranger Richard Yates
Publisher. Info. Richard Yates
Misc. Notes For treble, tenor and bass viols. 46 pages.
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General Information

Work Title Missa Rex seculorum
Alternative. Title
Composer Dunstaple, John
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IJD 24
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 4 movements
I. Gloria
II. Credo
III. Sanctus
IV. Agnus Dei - Kyrie is chant with a trope
Language Latin
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Medieval
Piece Style Renaissance
Instrumentation 3 voices (STB)
Extra Information Based on the chant Rex saeculorum quem laudat. One of the earliest mass cycles. The chant text (without melody) is located in the Worcester Cathedral Music Library, F.160 (olim 1247, with hymnal). Used for the feast of St. Benedict.