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Tenor [Pseaumes de David and sacred part songs from Claude Le Jeune, Jan Peiterszoon Sweelinck, Paschal de L'Estocart, Orlando di Lasso, Jan Tollius in the 16th and the early17th century]

Tenor [Pseaumes de David and sacred part songs from Claude Le Jeune, Jan Peiterszoon Sweelinck, Paschal de L'Estocart, Orlando di Lasso, Jan Tollius in the 16th and the early17th century]

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Published by Barthelemi Vincent, Havltin, Ierosme Commelin, Plantinienne de Raphelengivs, P. Ballard and R. Ballard and others.
The set consists of 5 volumes (Cantus, Tenor, Bassus, Sextus, and Octave et Basse). The musical forms include psalms, sacred part songs, motets, and secular part songs composed by Claude Le Jeune, Jan Peiterszoon Sweelinck, Paschal de L'Estocart, Orlando di Lasso, and Jan Tollius. The Cantus, Tenor, and Bassus volumes contain 9 titles, common among them. The Sextus volume contains 12 titles of which 7 titles appeared in the Cantus, Tenor, and Bassus volumes as well along with 5 titles which are unique to this volume. The Octave et Basse volume contains 6 titles which also appear in the Sextus volume.
Tenor. L 1673 ; L 1679 ; L 1692 ; S 7244 ; S 7247 ; S 7248 ; S 7253 ; L 2074 ; B/I 1597⁶ (RISM, A & B)

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