Regnart, Jacob, approximately 1540-1599.
Sacrae aliquot cantiones : quas moteta vulgus appellat, quinque et sex vocum / authore Iacobo Regnart ... tenor.
Monachii : Excudebat Adamus Berg, anno Domini 1575.
BEIN MS 853: Bound with: Lasso, Orlando di. Orlando Lassi Sacrae cantiones ... Noribergae : In officina typographica Catharinae Gerlachiae, 1586.
BEIN MS 853: From the library of Emperor Rudolf II of Prague. Latin inscription on front pastedown. Bookplate removed. Bound in blindstamped half vellum and boards decorated with a ms. leaf. Imperfect: f2 mutilated.
Tenor part only of motets for 5 or 6 voices.
Date precedes publisher statement on t.p.; the word "tenor" within elaborate border follows the date and precedes the publisher statement.
Dedicated to Emperor Maximilian II, whose arms appear on t.p.
Signatures: a-g? (g4 verso blank).
(from Index, t.p. verso) Intuemini, quantus sit iste -- Hodie nobis de caelo pax vera descendit -- Angelus ad pastores ait -- O admirabile commertium -- Reges terrae congregati sunt -- Nunc dimittis seruum tuum -- Tribulationes cordis mei -- Ad Dominum cum tribularer -- Lamentabatur Iacob de duobus filijs suis -- Aue Regina Coelorum -- Ecce nunc tempus acceptabile -- Stetit Iesus in medio -- Domus mea domus orationis vocabitur -- Ad te, Domine, leuaui animam meam -- Beatus qui intelligit super egenum -- Resonet in laudibus -- Ego pro te rogaui Petre -- Coenantibus illis -- Ascendit Deus in iubilatione -- Homo quidam fecit coenam -- Exspectans exspectabo -- Exsultent iusti in conspectu Dei -- Aduenit ignis diuinus -- O decus Trebnitiae -- Tollite iugum meum super vos.
Motets.
Choruses, Sacred (Mixed voices), Unaccompanied.
Manuscript waste (Binding) rbbin
Berg, Adam, d. 1610, printer.
Germany Munich.
Philadelphia Area Center for History of Science
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