Staff notation. Page 49 printed on page 3 of cover. Words in Latin with English translation printed as text on page iv. Accompaniment for violins (2), violas, cello, double bass, and organ arranged for keyboard.
Reproduction (black and white) of ms. 384 with 10 p. also reproduced in color. The principal content is a gradual, but fol. 146-182 contain antiphonary texts. The cover title is Antiphonarium Romanum. Latin words. French neumes. Grove Music Online, Sources, MS, II, 3: Western plainchant Includes commentary in French. Includes bibliographical references.
For voice and continuo. Latin words. Cover title. "Heft 1, Canto und b.c." Based on the edition: Bologna : Silvani, 1725. Figured bass unrealized. Preface with biographical notes and critical report in German.
Originally for SATB chorus with trumpets (2), violins (2), and continuo; arranged for SATB chorus with keyboard accompaniment. Latin words. Includes biographical and editor's note with English translation of Latin text.
Sacred choral works for mixed voices with instrumental acc.; 9th work for soprano and orchestra. Latin words also printed as text with Portuguese translations (p. 35-37). Edited from mss. at the Museu da Mu︢sica de Mariana. Includes sources, composer biographies, and critical notes, all in Portuguese. Performers on accompanying compact disc: Ars Nova Coral da UFMG ; Músicos Convidados ; Carlos Alberto Pinto Fonseca, ...
Latin words. "...the complete monophonic formulæ of the Use of Toledo for the recitation of the Palm Sunday Passion (St. Matthew)..."--P. ii. Introduction and editorial notes in English. Includes bibliographical references (p. iii-iv).
Latin words, also printed as text with English translations on p. vi-vii. "This Dover edition ... is an unabridged republication of the work originally published by J. Hamelle, Paris, 1900. Translations of the texts have been added"--T.p. verso.
For mixed voices (SATB), orchestra and continuo. Unfigured bass realized for organ. Latin words. Pref. in English and German, critical commentary in German. Includes bibliographical references. Errata sheet for Ser. 4, Bd. 4 inserted.
For vocal soloists, chorus, and orchestra; continuo not realized. Latin words; German translation printed separately as text. Based on a manuscript (shelfmark Mf 1501) preserved in the Domarchiv, München. Introduction, biographical information, and critical report in German. Pl. no.: Breitkopf SON 250.