Notated Music Opus sacrarum cantionum Opvs sacrarvm cantionvm / Galli Dressleri Nebræi Opus sacrarum cantionum / Opus sacrarum cantionum

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Title
Opus sacrarum cantionum
Other Title
Opvs sacrarvm cantionvm
Galli Dressleri Nebræi Opus sacrarum cantionum
Opus sacrarum cantionum
Alternate Title
Opvs sacrarvm cantionvm
Galli Dressleri Nebræi Opus sacrarum cantionum
Opus sacrarum cantionum
Contributor Names
Dressler, Gallus -- b. 1533
Created / Published
Imprimebat, cum consensu autoris, Catharina Gerlachin & Hæredes Iohannis Montani, sibi & Domino VVolfgango Kirchnero, Noribergæ, [1577], monographic.
Subject Headings
-  Motets
Notes
-  Title from discantvs part.
-  Parts for discantvs, altvs, tenor, bassvs, and vagans.
-  First published in 1570.
Form
musical score
print
Extent
5 parts ; 16 x 21 cm.
Library of Congress Control Number
2008575473
Related Resources
http://lcweb2.loc.gov/diglib/ihas/loc.natlib.ihas.200154736/default.html (electronic resource)
LC Classification
M1490.D77 O6
Online Format
image
Description
musical score | 5 parts ; 16 x 21 cm. | Title from discantvs part. Parts for discantvs, altvs, tenor, bassvs, and vagans. First published in 1570. Musical Score (Form). Print (Form).
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https://lccn.loc.gov/2008575473
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Chicago citation style:

Dressler, Gallus. Opus Sacrarum Cantionum. [Imprimebat, cum consensu autoris, Catharina Gerlachin & Hæredes Iohannis Montani, sibi & Domino VVolfgango Kirchnero, Noribergæ, monographic, 1577] Notated Music. https://www.loc.gov/item/2008575473/.

APA citation style:

Dressler, G. (1577) Opus Sacrarum Cantionum. [Imprimebat, cum consensu autoris, Catharina Gerlachin & Hæredes Iohannis Montani, sibi & Domino VVolfgango Kirchnero, Noribergæ, monographic] [Notated Music] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2008575473/.

MLA citation style:

Dressler, Gallus. Opus Sacrarum Cantionum. [Imprimebat, cum consensu autoris, Catharina Gerlachin & Hæredes Iohannis Montani, sibi & Domino VVolfgango Kirchnero, Noribergæ, monographic, 1577] Notated Music. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2008575473/>.