Novae aliquot, ad 2 voces cantiones (Orlando di Lasso)

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Sometimes called Bicinia because of its contents. A publication of 1577, Novae aliquot et ante hac non ita usitatae cantiones suavissimae. Republished in 1609 as Novae aliquot, ad 2 voces cantiones. Twelve two-part Bicinia and twelve two-part textless duets.

Publication date and place: 1577

Genre, Subgenre: Sacred, Motets. Language: Latin, 2 voices.

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Contents of Publication

No. Title Genre Subgenre Language Comments
1 Beatus vir qui in sapientia morabitur Sacred Motet Latin Combined work:
Twelve Two-Part
Motets
2 Beatus homo qui invenit sapientiam Sacred Motet Latin
3 Oculus non vidit Sacred Motet Latin
4 Justus cor suum Sacred Motet Latin
5 Expectatio justorum laetitia Sacred Motet Latin
6 Qui sequitur me Sacred Motet Latin
7 Justi tulerunt spolia Sacred Motet Latin
8 Sancti mei qui in isto saeculo Sacred Motet Latin
9 Qui vult venire post me Sacred Motet Latin
10 Serve bone et fidelis Sacred Motet Latin
11 Fulgebunt justi Sacred Motet Latin
12 Sicut rosa Sacred Motet Latin
Aegra Sacred Motet Latin Originally textless

IMSLP has the following list of Motets With Text in the 1577 publication

No. Title Genre Subgenre Language Comments
1 Te deprecamur largium
2 Esurientes implevit bonis Sacred Motet Latin
4 Intellectum tibi dabo
5 Auditui meo dabis gaudium
6 Esurientes implevit bonis
7 Beata cujus bracchiis Sacred Motet Latin
8 Discedite a me omnes Sacred Motet Latin
9 Quoniam qui talia agunt Sacred Motet Latin
10 Fecit potentiam in brachio suo
11 Non avertas faciem tuam a me Sacred Motet Latin
12 Tota die exprobant
13 Scribantur haec in generatione altera Sacred Motet Latin
14 Fecit potentiam in brachio suo
15 Esurientes implevit bonis