Novi thesauri musici, Libro 4 (Gardano, Antonio)

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Publisher. Info. Venezia: Antonio Gardano, 1568.
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Work Title Novi thesauri musici, Libro 4
Alternative. Title
Composer Gardano, Antonio
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. None [force assignment]
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 38 motets:
  1. Vaet: Beata es et venerabilis
  2. Regnart: Ave maris stella
  3. Prenner: Sancta Maria virgo virginum
  4. Regnart: Sancta et immaculata
  5. Pevernage: Beata es virgo Maria
  6. Henri de la Court: Sancta Maria succurre miseris
  7. Des Buissons: Ego flos campi
  8. Josquin Desprez: Benedicta es, coelorum regina
  9. Des Buissons: Vos estis sal terre
  10. Le Duc: Vos estis sal terre
  11. Zaphelius: Ecce ego mitto vos
  12. Regnart: Ibant Apostoli gaudentes
  13. Regnart: Vos qui secuti estis me
  14. Lassus: In convertendo Dominus
  15. Franciscus Mergot: Beatus vir qui suffert tentationem
  16. Adam de Ponte: Si quis vult post me venire
  17. Zaphelius: Sancti Martires
  18. Deiss: Sint lumbi vestri precincti
  19. Henri de la Court: Domine quinque talenta
  20. Sayve: Ecce sacerdos magnus
  21. Le Duc: Euge serve bone
  22. Zaphelius: Si quis mihi ministraverit
  23. Jean de Chaynée: Dilexisti justitiam
  24. Le Duc: Veni sponsa Christi
  25. Zaphelius: Haec est virgo sapiens
  26. Trehou: In dedicatione templi
  27. Henri de la Court: Fundata est domus Domini
  28. Des Buissons: Zachaee festinans descende
  29. Vaet: Salve regina (1)
  30. Prenner: Salve regina (1)
  31. Vaet: Salve regina (2)
  32. Vaet: Salve regina (3)
  33. Prenner: Salve regina (2)
  34. Vaet: Salve regina (4)
  35. Vaet: Salve regina (5)
  36. Vaet: Salve regina (6)
  37. Vaet: Salve regina (7)
  38. Vaet: Salve regina (8)
First Publication. 1568
Language Latin
Dedication Maximillian II, Holy Roman Emperor
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Renaissance
Piece Style Renaissance
Instrumentation 4, 5, 6, 8, 12 voices

Misc. Comments

A collection of motets for the Sanctorale Common. Includes Vaet's 8 Salve Reginas.
In many references, "Pietro Giovanelli" is credited as the main contributor, but he was not a composer. He was the patron of the collection, which, according to Erin Lambert, "was unprecedented in size; it included more than 250 motets [. . . it] provides insight into activities of the Habsburg court chapels in Vienna, Graz, Innsbruck, and Prague." (Singing the Resurrection: Body, Community, and Belief in Reformation Europe, pp.168-169)