Notated Music Florida verba

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Title
Florida verba
Contributor Names
Silvestri, Florido de -- fl. 1642-1672
Created / Published
Antwerp, 1661, monographic.
Subject Headings
-  Sacred vocal music -- 16th century
-  Sacred vocal music -- 17th century
Notes
-  Compiled by Florido de Silvestri.
-  An incomplete transcipt in score, said to be in the hand-writing of Thomas Pinto (1714-1783), whose autograph appears on the title-page, and containing motets by Durante, Cechelli, Bonetti, Corradi, Gratiani, Leardini, Olivati, Carpani and the compiler. This is followed (p. 54-144) by the scores of a number of sacred compositions of the 16th and 17th centuries, including an anonymous Hymnum, Deus tuorum militum dated 1699, Palestrina's mass Panis quem ego dabo and Victoria's 6 voice Salve Regina (both anonymous in the transcript), an 8 voice Magnificat by Maestro Patiño, an unidentified "Messa a 4 v. in Palestina" and Alessandro Scarlatti's Psalm memento domine (incomplete).
-  From the Cummings collection.
Form
musical score
print
Extent
1 ms. score (144 p.) ; 38 cm.
Library of Congress Control Number
2009546909
Related Resources
http://lcweb2.loc.gov/diglib/ihas/loc.natlib.ihas.200154776/default.html (electronic resource)
LC Classification
M1490 .S59
Online Format
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Description
musical score | 1 ms. score (144 p.) ; 38 cm. | Compiled by Florido de Silvestri. An incomplete transcipt in score, said to be in the hand-writing of Thomas Pinto (1714-1783), whose autograph appears on the title-page, and containing motets by Durante, Cechelli, Bonetti, Corradi, Gratiani, Leardini, Olivati, Carpani and the compiler. This is followed (p. 54-144) by the scores of a number of sacred compositions of the 16th and 17th centuries, including an anonymous Hymnum, Deus tuorum militum dated 1699, Palestrina's mass Panis quem ego dabo and Victoria's 6 voice Salve Regina (both anonymous in the transcript), an 8 voice Magnificat by Maestro Patiño, an unidentified "Messa a 4 v. in Palestina" and Alessandro Scarlatti's Psalm memento domine (incomplete). From the Cummings collection. Musical Score (Form). Print (Form).
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