This work in one edition, is attributed to Ludwig Senfl; see below, Comments
||Costanzo Festa Opera Omnia Vol.5|
Neuhausen-Stuttgart: American Institute of Musicology, 1979. Plate 25.
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||Tertia pars (pages 28-29 in the edition) missing in this scan.
||Quis dabit oculis nostris
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According to Grove Music, this is a "lament for Anne of Brittany, d 1514; pubd by Ott, Nuremberg, 1538, with text changed for death of Maximilian I and attrib. Senfl".