O clemens, o mitis, o coelestis Pater, BuxWV 82 (Buxtehude, Dietrich)

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5 more: Violin • Violetta I • Violetta II (or Viola da Gamba) • Viola • Continuo

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General Information

Work Title O clemens, o mitis, o coelestis Pater
Alternative. Title Mottetto à 5. Canto solo Con 4 Viole
Composer Buxtehude, Dietrich
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. BuxWV 82
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IDB 200
Key C minor
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 2 parts:
  1. [Sinfonia]
  2. O clemens o mitis, o caelestis pater
Language Latin
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Baroque
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation soprano, oboe*, strings (either (depending on which RISM link you look at) violin, violetta, viola, viola da gamba OR 2 violins, viola, cello), continuo
Primary Sources RISM record for Mss parts by Gustav Duben, ca.1675. S-Uu, Vok. mus. i hs. 84:39

Misc. Comments

  • The oboe part seems to be a later addition. To be noted that the oboe plays one tone higher, because is tuned in Kammerton whilst the strings (and the continuo) are in Chorton (see similar situations in Bach's first works, for instance). Also to be noted is the french clef used for the part, likely the easier one for an instrument player coming from France (where the hautbois was developed).
  • Neither the RISM record above (see link above, Manuscript Sources), nor this RISM link lists the oboe part, so this is tagged for just the soprano and string parts.