Selectissimae cantiones, LV 1568.3 (Lassus, Orlande de)

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Editor First edition
Publisher. Info. Nürnberg: Theodor Gerlach, 1568.
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Misc. Notes Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Munich (D-Mbs): RISM A/I: L 815
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Work Title Selectissimae cantiones
Alternative. Title Selectissimae cantiones, quas vulgo motetas vocant, partim omnino novae, partim nusquam in Germania excusae, sex et pluribus vocibus compositae
Composer Lassus, Orlande de
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. LV 1568.3 ; RISM A/I: L 815
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. None [force assignment]
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 46 motets
  1. Jesu nostra redemptio (prima pars)
    Inferni claustra (secunda pars)
    Ipsa te cogat pietas (tertia pars)
    Tu esto nostrum gaudium (quarta pars)
  2. In principio erat verbum (prima pars)
    Fuit homo missus a Deo (secunda pars)
    In propria venit (tertia pars)
  3. Lauda Jerusalem Dominum (prima pars)
    Qui emittit eloquium (secunda pars)
    Emittet verbum suum (tertia pars)
    Non fecit taliter (quarta pars)
  4. Cum natus esset Jesus (prima pars)
    At illi dixerunt (secunda pars)
    Et ecce stella (tertia pars)
  5. Domine deduc me (prima pars)
    Sepulchrum patens (secunda pars)
  6. Jesu corona virginum (prima pars)
    Quocumque pergis virgines (secunda pars)
    Te deprecamur (tertia pars)
    Laus honor et virtus (quarta pars)
  7. Quare tristis es anima mea
  8. Surge propera (prima pars)
    Surge propera speciosa mea (secunda pars)
  9. Concupiscendo concupiscit (prima pars)
    Exaltabo te (secunda pars)
  10. Vexilla regis prodeunt (prima pars)
    Impleta sunt quae concinit (secunda pars)
    Beata cujus brachiis (tertia pars)
    O crux ave, spes unica (quarta pars)
  11. Nuptiae factae sunt (prima pars)
    Dixit mater eius (secunda pars)
    Et dicit ei Jesus (tertia pars)
    Omnis homo (quarta pars)
  12. Junior fui (prima pars)
    Declina a malo (secunda pars)
  13. Congratulamini mihi (prima pars)
    Tulerunt dominum meum (secunda pars)
  14. Tempus est ut revertar (prima pars)
    Nisi ego abiero (secunda pars)
  15. Homo cum in honore esset
  16. Audi tellus (prima pars)
    Ubi Plato (secunda pars)
  17. Dominus mihi adjutor (prima pars)
    Bonum est confidere (secunda pars)
  18. Infelix ego (prima pars)
    Solus igitur Deus (secunda pars)
    Ad te igitur piissime Deus (tertia pars)
  19. Anni nostri
  20. In monte Oliveti
  21. O mors quam amara est (prima pars)
    O mors bonum est judicium tuum (secunda pars)
  22. O quam suavis est Domine spiritus tuus
  23. Beatus qui intelligit (prima pars)
    Dominus opem ferat illi (secunda pars)
  24. Heroum soboles
  25. Creator omnium Deus
  26. Jubilate Deo omnis terra (prima pars)
    Populus ejus et oves pascuae ejus
  27. O crux splendidior (prima pars)
    Dulce lignum dulces clavos (secunda pars)
  28. Veni creator Spiritus (prima pars)
    Tu septiformis munere (secunda pars)
    Hostem repellas longiis (tertia pars)
  29. Locutus sum in lingua mea (prima pars)
    Fac mecum signum in bonum (secunda pars)
  30. Beatus vir qui non abiit in consilio
  31. Huc me sidereo (prima pars)
    Pungentem capiti Dominum (secunda pars)
    De me solus amor (tertia pars)
  32. Gloria Patri et Filio
  33. Si qua tibi obtulerint
  34. Pater noster qui es in coelis
  35. Tityre tu patulae recubans (prima pars)
    O Meliboee (secunda pars)
  36. Nunc gaudere licet
  37. Te Deum laudamus
  38. Libera me Domine
  39. Laudate pueri Dominum
  40. In omnibus requiem quaesivi
  41. Laudate Dominum (prima pars)
    Magnus Dominus noster (secunda pars)
    Praecinite Domino (tertia pars)
    Non in fortitudine equi (quarta pars)
  42. Edite Caesareo (prima pars)
    Obscura sub nocte micans (secunda pars)
  43. In convertendo Dominus (prima pars)
    Convertere Domine (secunda pars)
  44. Deus misereatur nostri
  45. Levavi oculos meos in monte
  46. Quo properas facunde nepos Atlantis
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 1568 and before
First Publication. 1568 - Nürnberg: Theodor Gerlach
Language Latin
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Renaissance
Piece Style Renaissance
Instrumentation 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10 voices
Related Works Later revised and expanded as Selectissimae cantiones, LV 1579.2
External Links CPDL page (also LV 1568.4)