Mottetti sacri ad una, due, trè, e quattro voci con violini (Scarlatti, Alessandro)

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Work Title Mottetti sacri ad una, due, trè, e quattro voci con violini
Alternative. Title
Composer Scarlatti, Alessandro
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. None [force assignment]
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 11 motets:
1. Rorate cæli (soprano, 2 violins, continuo)
2. Jam sole clarior (soprano, 2 violins, continuo)
3. Infirmata vulverata (alto, 2 violins, continuo)
4. Totus amore languens (alto, 2 violins, continuo)
5. Mortales non auditis (soprano, alto, 2 violins, continuo)
6. Mitissime dulcissime (2 soprani); this is not listed in Grove Music
7. Quæ est ista (soprano, alto, tenor, 2 violins, continuo)
8. Diligam te Domine (soprano, alto, tenor, 2 violins, continuo)
9. Properte fideles (3 voices (Grove Music gives this as SATB voices), 2 violins, continuo)
10. Est dies trophæi (soprano, alto, tenor, bass, 2 violins, continuo)
11. Salve Regina (soprano, alto, tenor, bass, 2 violins, continuo)
First Publication. 1702 (see below, Comments)
Language Latin
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Baroque
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation 1-4 voices, 2 violins, continuo

Misc. Comments

  • Given that the voicing/instrumentation for Mitissime dulcissime cannot be verified, a tag for undetermined instrumentation has been added, and can removed once that motet's voicing/instrumentation is verified.
  • Given this entry by Grove Music -- "Concerti sacri, motetti … e Salve regina, 1–4vv (Amsterdam, 1707–8; Naples, 1702, lost, as Motetti sacri, 1–4vv, vns, op.2) [CS], it would seem the 1702 publication was under a different title than this work page, and the 1707 re-issue was called Mottetti sacri.