Talk:Ave Maria a 4 (Jacob Handl)
This work should be attributed to Jacobus Gallus, a contemporary of Victoria.
There is a manuscript of this work available.
For the 2003 article that attributes this work to Gallus: see this link: Gallus and the mystery of authorship
Avemariasongs 12:01, 30 March 2011 (CDT)
Errors in all uploaded versions
All versions, which have been uploaded as yet, are faulty. Here a summary list of mistakes: - sometimes no leading note - ending must be on a major chord after cadence/clausula, not minor (minor endings are untypical for the 16th century (Renaissance). First in Baroque, e. g. at J. S. Bach, can be the last chord in minor). - some wrong Tenor clausulae sfuggitae instead of Tenor clausula formalis/regularis (go to the third; conventional Tenor clausulae lead to the fundamental tone (root))
I will revise this sheet and upload a correct version.