Close now thine eyes and rest secure; They soul is safe enough, thy body sure; he that loves thee, He that keeps And guards thee, never slumbers, never sleeps. And the seven angels which had the seven trumpets prepared themselves to blow Primus igitur angelus clanxit, et facta est grando et ignis, mista sanguine, projectaque sunt in terram: et tertia pars arborum exusta est, et omne gramen viride exustum. Ohne den auf dem Titel genannten Appendix "Stimmen aus den Zeiten der alten griech.
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Factum est silentium (Richard Dering)
RO Classification Dewey : Langues italiques. May not contain Access Codes or Supplements. May be ex-library.
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Pressed Boards are in Very Good Condition. Item added to your basket View basket. The liturgical use is somewhat obscure; it is, however, noteworthy that Giovanni Gabrieli also set the same text in his collection.
Factum est silentium - Score
One of the shorter pieces in the collection. It has - naturally - a duo for 'Duo Seraphim' and a trio for 'Tres sunt', and only two tutti passages with the Ripieno, the second with a concluding 'Alleluia'. This item is included in: EMP Sacre cantilene concertate This is the ripieno score. This is the score and parts for the ripieno chorus and basso continuo. One of the final verses of St. On its own the text is often used as a hymn at Benediction.
Ego rogabo patrem. And I shall pray the Father, and he will send you a new Comforter Egredimini et videte. A lovely gentle Marian piece, available either a 4th as here or a tone lower than the original. Alternative version s : EMP A tone lower than the original. A lovely gentle Marian piece, available either a 4th EMP or a tone lower than the original, as here.
Alternative version s : EMP Down a 4th. Exaudi Deus. A lovely little piece, which has become a favourite. The text from Psalm 54 was frequently sung as part of the Introit or at the Communion: Give ear to my prayer, O God; and hide not thyself from my supplication. Attend unto me, and hear me. Available separately or in 'Three motets for four voices'.
This item is included in: EMP Three motets for four voices. Michael Archangel September 29 - Respond. A piece, probably composed for a celebration at one of the Venetian Scuole Grande, 'in honore Beati N. Alternative version s : EMP Original version. Hodie completi sunt. Alternative version s : EMP A third higher than original pitch.
This very beautiful piece by Giovanni Croce is a setting of one of the Antiphons sung on the first Sunday in Lent AM - but also part of the prayer spoken by the Priest during the Offertory of the Mass. The text is thus of a penitential character: With humble spirits and contrite hearts may we be accepted by Thee, O Lord: and may our sacrifice be such that it be acceptable to Thee this day, and be pleasing to Thee, O Lord God.
The piece was printed in a collection published by Grandi, Motetti a cinque voci sic in A splendid piece making full use of the instrumental references in the text - tympanis, citharis, cymbalis This performing edition is offered a 4th lower than the high-clef original. Alternative version s : EMP A fourth lower than original pitch. A splendid piece, which seems to be a unique setting of the text. It is one of the larger-scale pieces in the collection, with the solo group itself divided into two trios.
Alternative version s : EMP Down a fourth. This version is a fourth below the high-pitch original. This is the ripieno score, a fourth below the high-pitch original. This is the set of parts for the ripieno chorus and basso continuo. A splendid piece, which seems to be a unique setting of the text, probably composed for a celebration at one of the Venetian Scuole Grande. It has a refrain which is sung three times, suggesting the manner of performance specified in the Sacre Cantilene Concertate of , with a Ripieno doubling the two choirs at these points. This splendid piece opens the collection.
Like all the pieces in the collection it is scored for a group of soloists, and a 4-voice Ripieno which can be doubled or tripled in different parts of the church. This is the Ripieno score. This is a set of parts for the ripieno choir and basso continuo. I have been unable to find either a liturgical place or any other setting of this text which is obviously for the Assumption.
I suppose it to have been composed for a celebration at one of the Scuole Grande in Venice, for which Croce was for many years in charge of the music. The motet provides for other feasts by giving an alternative text 'in honore beati N' etc. A version of the piece with the text adjusted to suit Feasts of St Francis Franciscus.
A version of the piece with the text adjusted to suit the Feast of St James Jacobus. Croce provided settings of all five 'Cinque Laudate' psalms in his Vespertina collection. This setting of the 'other' Laudate psalm which is also sung at the Office of the Dead is from the Motetti 8 voci of Alternative version s : EMP Version a minor third higher than the original. This item is also presented as: EMP Version at original pitchl.
From Croce's Vespertina collection of This version is a tone below original pitch. This version is at original pitch. Alternative version s : EMP down a tone. A stark and affective setting from Croce's oddly titled 'Salmi che si cantano a terza'.
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This setting was clearly intended for Lauds in the Triduum Sacrum, the last three days of Holy Week immediately before Easter. The first modern edition of Croce's only - and lovely - 6-voice mass, which survives complete in only one copy in the cathedral archive in Brescia.
In that print it follows reprints of Croce's three 5-voice masses and is entitled simply 'Missa Quarta' fourth mass. I have given it the working title Missa 6 vocum mass for 6 voices. It is thought to be a parody mass whose model has not so far been identified. Alternative version s : EMP Down a tone. One of the three double-choir masses of Croce published in and presumably composed in the first instance for St Mark's. This simple but effective setting is a parody on Croce's own motet of A version including the Partidura is also available.
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