Cantiones Triginta Selectissimae (ed. Clemens Stephani)

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Title: Cantiones Triginta Selectissimae: Quinqve, Sex, Septem, Octo, Duodecim et plurium vocum.

Editor: Clemens Stephani

Publication date and place: 1568 by Ulrici Neubert in Norinbergae (Nürnburg)

Format: Published in four partbooks – Discantus, Altus, Tenor, Bassus – with various ways of obtaining more than four parts, eg. typically by some sort of canon(s).

Table of contents

No. Composer Title Vv Notes
1. Walther, JohannJohann Walther Beati immaculati in via 7
2. Senfl, LudwigLudwig Senfl Laudate dominum omnes gentes 6 5th & 6th voices: both canons at a fifth and ninth above the Bassus
3. Eckel, MatthiasMatthias Eckel Cantabo Domino qui bona tribuit mihi 5 4th voice: canon at a perfect fourth above the Bassus
4. Von Bruck, ArnoldArnold von Bruck In civitate domini ibi sonant 5
5. Ducis, BenedictusBenedictus Ducis Quam pulchra es 6 3rd voice: canon at a perfect fourth below the Discantus; 5th voice: canon at an octave below the Discantus
6. Layolle, Francesco deFrancesco de Layolle Ave virgo sanctissima 5
7. Gombert, NicolasNicolas Gombert O Iesu Christe miserere nobis 8 5th–8th voices: canons at a fifth below 1st–4th voices
8. Dietrich, SixtSixt Dietrich Completi sunt dies Mariae 5 3rd voice in canon at a fifth above the Tenor
9. AnonymousAnonymous Tristis est anima mea 5 5th voice in canon at a perfect fifth below the Tenor
10. Josquin de Prés, Josquin de Prés Qui habitat in adiutorio 24
11. AnonymousAnonymous Elegit Dominus virum 5
12. Bonmarché, Jean deJean de Bonmarché Constitues eos principes 8 1st to 4th voices a canon each at a fifth above 5th to 8th voices.
13. Cadéac, PierrePierre Cadéac? Regi saeculorum invisibili 12 Triple canon at the unison
14. AnonymousAnonymous O pater omnipotens 5
15. Isaac, HeinrichHeinrich Isaac Recordare Iesu Christe 5
16. AnonymousAnonymous Festina ne tardaveris 5
17. Brätel, UlrichUlrich Brätel Ex æquo vivant, sit Pax 5
18. Ducis, BenedictusBenedictus Ducis Agnus Dei qui tollis peccata 8 5th–8th voices: retrograde canons of 1st–4th voices
19. Walther, JohannJohann Walther In tribus spiritus meus 5
20. Dietrich, SixtSixt Dietrich Laudate Dominum omnes gentes 7 2nd voice: canon at an octave above the Tenor; 6th voice: canon at a fifth below the Tenor;
4th voice: canon at a fourth above the Tenor
21. Stahel, JohannJohann Stahel Nun lasst uns den Leib begraben (In pace) 5 3rd voice: canon at a fourth above the Tenor
22. Walther, JohannJohann Walther Bonum est homini 5
23. Senfl, LudwigLudwig Senfl Quomodo fiet istud 5
24. Alder, CosmasCosmas Alder Te lucis ante terminum 5 5th voice: canon at a fifth above the Tenor
25. Blanckenmüller, GeorgGeorg Blanckenmüller Christe qui lux es et dies 5 3rd voice: canon at a fifth above the Tenor
26. Josquin de Prés, Josquin de Prés Ave verum corpus natum 5 5th voice: canon at a fifth above the Tenor
27. AnonymousAnonymous Ascendo ad patrem meum 5
28. Senfl, LudwigLudwig Senfl Ne reminiscaris domine 5
29. Kugelmann, JohannJohann Kugelmann Nun lob mein seel den Herren 8
30a. Paminger, LeonhardLeonhard Paminger O profunditatem divitia 16
30b. AnonymousAnonymous? or Ockeghem Deo gratias [sic in source] 36