Source of scores :

'{Census} - MadM 6829'

({Census} - MadM 6829)


Libraries where this source can be found :
1. MadM : Private Library of Don Bartolomé March Servera, Madrid (Spain) - (bron: Census)

Works of C. De Rore in this source :

Following: Meier, Bernardus (1977) :
. fol. 24v - 25r : Cum sublevassit oculos, 4vv (Motet) - [0, 0 Refs., ] ('Ziprianus')
. fol. 25v - 26r : Tu es Pastor ovium, 4vv (Motet) - [0, 0 Refs., ] ('Ziprianus')
. fol. 26v - 27r : Sicut cervus desiderat, 4vv (Motet) - [0, 0 Refs.] ('Ziprianus')
. fol. 27v - 28r : Dinumerabo eos, 5vv (Motet) - [0, 0 Refs., ] ('Ziprianus')
. fol. 28v - 29r : Sacerdos et pontifex, 4vv (Motet) - [0, 0 Refs., ] ('Ziprianus')
. fol. 31v - 32r : Sumens illud, 4vv (Motet) - [1, 0 Refs., , +Tnfe] ('Ziprianus')

References :

References with citation/comment:

1 : Census-Catalogue of Manuscript Sources of Polyphonic Music 1400-1550 (CC) Volume II (K-O) (American Institute of Musicology (AIM), Hänssler-Verlag, D-7303 Neuhausen-Stuttgart, 1982, Census) , ISBN: 3-7751-0645-6 - p.131-132
: 'MS R. 6829 (861) (olim Bibliotheca de la Casa del Duque de Medinaceli, MS 13230); Rore? [Ziprianus]-6'
Note: ‘Rore? [Ziprianus]-6’ means (following Census-Catalogue, Vol I, p. XX): (1) the attribution to De Rore is in the manucript, but is dubious; or (2) there is some question about whether or not there is an attribution to De Rore in the manuscript. (The name may be almost illegible or difficult to decipher, etc.) .

2 : Meier, Bernardus, Cipriani Rore Opera Omnia, Vol VIII : Psalmi, Cantica B.M.V., Cantiones Gallicae, etc (American Institute of Musicology (AIM), 1977) - p.XI + voetnoot
: 'The last group in the present volume comprises the five motets already mentioned in volume VI, p. xiv, handed down under the name "Ziprianus" - not "Zipriano" - in a manuscript formerly at the Biblioteca Medinaceli, Madrid, today in private ownership (cited here as: Mad) . The style of these motets is of a "non-Italianized" Netherlander of the mid-sixteenth century; i.e., the style in only a few atypical compositions of Rore, for example, in the Missa Vous ne l'aurez and the motet Quae est ista. However, as long as no documentary proof exists on the identity or nonidentity of the "Ziprianus" in the Madrid manuscript with Cyprian de Rore it may be permissible to include the five motets of the manuscript Mad as opera dubia in this edition.'
Voetnoot : 'The editor is especially obliged to the current owner of the manuscript, Don Bartolomé March Servera, Madrid, and his librarian, Senor Lorenzo Pérez Martinez, for photocopies of the five above-mentioned motets. The manuscript was first referred to by J. B. Trend, "Music in the Biblioteca Medinaceli", in: Revue Hispanique 71 (1927), p. 504. Detailed description of the manuscript, statement of contents, and publication of a part of the secular works contained in the manuscript: Monumentos de la Musica Espanola, vol. VIII, ed. M. Querol Gavalda (Barcelona 1949). Especially concerning the motets composed by "Ziprianus" see A. H. Johnson, "The Liturgical Music of Cipriano de Rore" (Diss. Yale University, New Haven/Conn. 1954), pp. 316 and 337; in addition see MGG XI, col. 898. ("A. R. Johnson", cited in vol. VI, p. x, note 3, is an error.)'

References without citation:

3 : Census-Catalogue of Manuscript Sources of Polyphonic Music 1400-1550 (CC) Volume IV (V-Z and supplement) (American Institute of Musicology (AIM), Hänssler-Verlag, D-7303 Neuhausen-Stuttgart, 1988, Census) , ISBN: 3-7751-1301-0 - p.436

4 : Digital Image Archive of Medieval Music (DIAMM) (Oxford, 1998-) - p.Webpage MadM 6829

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