Notated Music Florilegium Portense continens CXV selectissimas cantiones 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. vocum praestantissimorum aetatis nostrae autorum in illustri Gymnasio Portensiante & post cibum sumtum nunc temporis usitatas : in nominis Deigloriam, ecclesiarum decus, & studiosae juventutis usum

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Florilegium Portense continens CXV selectissimas cantiones 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. vocum praestantissimorum aetatis nostrae autorum in illustri Gymnasio Portensiante & post cibum sumtum nunc temporis usitatas : in nominis Deigloriam, ecclesiarum decus, & studiosae juventutis usum
Contributor Names
Bodenschatz, Erhard -- 1576-1636
Bodenschatz, Erhard -- 1576-1636
Created / Published
Typis & sumtibus Abrahami Lambergi & Caspari Closemanni, Lipsiae, MDCXVIII [1618], monographic.
Subject Headings
-  Motets
Notes
-  "Cantiones" (motets) for 8 male voices: discantus, altus, tenor, bassus, quinta vox, sexta vox, septima vox, octava vox and this "Basis generalis, these words having been mounted over the incorrectly printed "Octava Vox."
-  Alto I part has 3 sections of manuscripts tipped in.
-  Each vol. contains on verso of t.p. an "Anagramma" by M. Justinus Bertuch; a dedication signed: ... Osterbusae ... 1617 ... M. Erhardus Bodenschatz ... ; an " Index generalis" (by first line) ; an "Index specialis ... praecipuorum featorum anni" ; three epigrams addressed to the "Musica Portensis" by M. Hieronymus Kromayer and an admonitory poem in distichs by M. Johannes Mülmannue.
-  The "Basis generalis" contains, in handwriting, the bass parts of two extra motets following CX and CXIII: Hodie nobis coelorum (taken from Jac. Handl's Opus musicum, C.I. no. XXVII) and Verbum caro factum est (without composer's name).
-  The collection of 115 compositions contains the composers: Bl. Ammon (1), G. Bassano (1), Andr. Berger (3), F. Bianciardus (1), M. Bischoff (1), Bodenschatz (2), Hier. Boschettus (9), Calvisius (2), Seraph Cantonue (1), Demantius (1), Dulichius (1), Erbach (5), Jul. Eremita (1), Alb. Fabritius (5), Gabr. Fattorinus (1), Meleh. Franck (1), Andr. Cabrieli (3), Giov. Gabrieli (3), Jak. Callus (19), Rugg. Giovanelli (1), Joh. Gross (1), Ad. Gumpeltshaimer (1), H. Hartmann (1), Hasler (3), V. Hausmann (1), Moritz von Hessen (1), Al. Horologius (1), Ingegneri (1), L. Marenzio (1), Tib. Massaini (2), J. Meiland (1), Cl. Merulo (1), Al Neander (1), Orlandus (9), A. Pevernage (1), Dom. Phinot (1), Hier. Praetorius (9), Mich. Praetorius (2), St. Venturi (1), Lud. Viadana (1), Caap. Vincenti (1), S.M. Vulpius (3), Th. Walliser (3), Fr. Weissenese (1), P. Zalamella (1), Nik. Zange (2), Anoymous (8).
-  Latin text with the exception of 7 which are in German. (language)
Form
print
Extent
9 parts ; 19-21 cm.
Library of Congress Control Number
2010456596
LC Classification
M1490 .B7
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print | 9 parts ; 19-21 cm. | "Cantiones" (motets) for 8 male voices: discantus, altus, tenor, bassus, quinta vox, sexta vox, septima vox, octava vox and this "Basis generalis, these words having been mounted over the incorrectly printed "Octava Vox." Alto I part has 3 sections of manuscripts tipped in. Each vol. contains on verso of t.p. an "Anagramma" by M. Justinus Bertuch; a dedication signed: ... Osterbusae ... 1617 ... M. Erhardus Bodenschatz ... ; an " Index generalis" (by first line) ; an "Index specialis ... praecipuorum featorum anni" ; three epigrams addressed to the "Musica Portensis" by M. Hieronymus Kromayer and an admonitory poem in distichs by M. Johannes Mülmannue. The "Basis generalis" contains, in handwriting, the bass parts of two extra motets following CX and CXIII: Hodie nobis coelorum (taken from Jac. Handl's Opus musicum, C.I. no. XXVII) and Verbum caro factum est (without composer's name). The collection of 115 compositions contains the composers: Bl. Ammon (1), G. Bassano (1), Andr. Berger (3), F. Bianciardus (1), M. Bischoff (1), Bodenschatz (2), Hier. Boschettus (9), Calvisius (2), Seraph Cantonue (1), Demantius (1), Dulichius (1), Erbach (5), Jul. Eremita (1), Alb. Fabritius (5), Gabr. Fattorinus (1), Meleh. Franck (1), Andr. Cabrieli (3), Giov. Gabrieli (3), Jak. Callus (19), Rugg. Giovanelli (1), Joh. Gross (1), Ad. Gumpeltshaimer (1), H. Hartmann (1), Hasler (3), V. Hausmann (1), Moritz von Hessen (1), Al. Horologius (1), Ingegneri (1), L. Marenzio (1), Tib. Massaini (2), J. Meiland (1), Cl. Merulo (1), Al Neander (1), Orlandus (9), A. Pevernage (1), Dom. Phinot (1), Hier. Praetorius (9), Mich. Praetorius (2), St. Venturi (1), Lud. Viadana (1), Caap. Vincenti (1), S.M. Vulpius (3), Th. Walliser (3), Fr. Weissenese (1), P. Zalamella (1), Nik. Zange (2), Anoymous (8). Latin text with the exception of 7 which are in German. (Language). Print (Form).
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Bodenschatz, Erhard, and Erhard Bodenschatz. Florilegium Portense continens CXV selectissimas cantiones 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. vocum praestantissimorum aetatis nostrae autorum in illustri Gymnasio Portensiante & post cibum sumtum nunc temporis usitatas: in nominis Deigloriam, ecclesiarum decus, & studiosae juventutis usum. [Typis & sumtibus Abrahami Lambergi & Caspari Closemanni, Lipsiae, MDCXVIII , monographic, 1618] Notated Music. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2010456596/. (Accessed October 23, 2017.)

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Bodenschatz, E. & Bodenschatz, E. (1618) Florilegium Portense continens CXV selectissimas cantiones 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. vocum praestantissimorum aetatis nostrae autorum in illustri Gymnasio Portensiante & post cibum sumtum nunc temporis usitatas: in nominis Deigloriam, ecclesiarum decus, & studiosae juventutis usum. [Typis & sumtibus Abrahami Lambergi & Caspari Closemanni, Lipsiae, MDCXVIII , monographic] [Notated Music] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2010456596/.

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Bodenschatz, Erhard, and Erhard Bodenschatz. Florilegium Portense continens CXV selectissimas cantiones 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. vocum praestantissimorum aetatis nostrae autorum in illustri Gymnasio Portensiante & post cibum sumtum nunc temporis usitatas: in nominis Deigloriam, ecclesiarum decus, & studiosae juventutis usum. [Typis & sumtibus Abrahami Lambergi & Caspari Closemanni, Lipsiae, MDCXVIII , monographic, 1618] Notated Music. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <https://www.loc.gov/item/2010456596/>.