Novi thesauri musici, Libro 3 (Gardano, Antonio)

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Publisher. Info. Venezia: Antonio Gardano, 1568.
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Work Title Novi thesauri musici, Libro 3
Alternative. Title
Composer Gardano, Antonio
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. None [force assignment]
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 53 motets:
  1. Zaphelius: Cum vidisset beatus Andreas
  2. Filippo Duc: Dilexit Andream
  3. Regnart: Beatus Nicolaus
  4. Prenner: Stetit Jesus in medio discipulorum
  5. Joannes Deslins: Stephanus autem plenus gratia
  6. Franciscus Mergot: Intuens in caelum
  7. Jean de Chaynée: Hic est discipulus ille
  8. Des Buissons: Valde honorandus est
  9. Jean de Chaynée: Valde honorandus est
  10. Hollander: Valde honorandus est
  11. Sayve: Herodes rex iratus
  12. Filippo Duc: Domine Dominus noster
  13. Deiss: Sebastianus vir Christianissimus
  14. Guyot: Erat vir Dei Vincentius
  15. Hollander: Saulus cum iter faceret
  16. Zaphelius: Dederunt apostoli
  17. Deiss: Angelus Domini apparuit
  18. Filippo Duc: Beatus Benedictus Abbas
  19. Prenner: Filiae Jerusalem
  20. Prenner: Tanto tempore vobiscum sum
  21. Filippo Duc: Domine ostende nobis
  22. Formellis: Nos autem gloriari oportet
  23. Guyot: O crux splendidior omnibus astris
  24. Hollander: Inter natos mulierum
  25. Jean de Chaynée: Inter natos mulierum
  26. Prenner: Tu es Petrus
  27. Des Buissons: Petrus autem servabatur in carcere
  28. Henri de la Court: Tu es Petrus
  29. Jean Louys: Ego pro te rogavi Petre
  30. Franciscus Mergot: Tu es Petrus
  31. Adam de Ponte: Tu es pastor ovium
  32. Des Buissons: Petre amas me
  33. Regnart: Euntes in mundum
  34. Pevernage: Congratulamini mihi omnes
  35. Deiss: Accessit ad pedes Jesu
  36. Vaet: Misit Herodes rex manus
  37. Deiss: Misit Herodes rex manus
  38. Regnart: Levita Laurentius
  39. Prenner: Qui rapis obsessas furioso
  40. Deiss: Vidit Jesus hominem
  41. Deiss: Venit Michael Archangelus
  42. Guyot: Consurgat Domine Michael Archangelus
  43. Henri de la Court: Martinus Abrahae sinu letus
  44. Sayve: Hic est Martinus
  45. Jean de Chaynée: Cecilia in corde suo
  46. Pevernage: O virgo generosa Cecilia gloriosa
  47. Regnart: Ave Katherina martir et regina
  48. Vaet: Heu mihi Domine
  49. Lassus: Domine, quando veneris
  50. Prenner: Credo quod redemptor meus vivit
  51. Lassus: O mors quam amara est
  52. Vaet: Quoties diem illum considero
  53. Hollander: Nolite mirari
First Publication. 1568
Language Latin
Dedication Maximillian II, Holy Roman Emperor
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Renaissance
Piece Style Renaissance
Instrumentation 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 voices

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A collection of motets for the Sanctorale Proper (fixed feast days of saints and apostles, and some special occasions)
In many references, "Pietro Giovanelli" is credited as the main contributor, but he was not a composer. He was the patron of the collection, which, according to Erin Lambert, "was unprecedented in size; it included more than 250 motets [. . . it] provides insight into activities of the Habsburg court chapels in Vienna, Graz, Innsbruck, and Prague." (Singing the Resurrection: Body, Community, and Belief in Reformation Europe, pp.168-169)