Missa de Dringhs (Antoine Brumel)

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  • (Posted 2010-06-26)  CPDL #21858:     
Editor: Tim Risher (submitted 2010-06-26).   Score information: Letter, 24 pages, 939 kB   Copyright: CC BY
Edition notes: The mass could be transposed up to make it suitable for SATB.

Individual movements

Kyrie

  • (Posted 2010-06-26)  CPDL #21859:     
Editor: Tim Risher (submitted 2010-06-26).   Score information: Letter, 3 pages, 119 kB   Copyright: CC BY
Edition notes:

Gloria

  • (Posted 2010-06-26)  CPDL #21861:     
Editor: Tim Risher (submitted 2010-06-26).   Score information: Letter, 5 pages, 164 kB   Copyright: CC BY
Edition notes:

Credo

  • (Posted 2010-06-26)  CPDL #21862:     
Editor: Tim Risher (submitted 2010-06-26).   Score information: Letter, 8 pages, 245 kB   Copyright: CC BY
Edition notes:

Sanctus

  • (Posted 2010-06-26)  CPDL #21863:     
Editor: Tim Risher (submitted 2010-06-26).   Score information: Letter, 6 pages, 199 kB   Copyright: CC BY
Edition notes:

Agnus Dei

  • (Posted 2010-06-26)  CPDL #21864:     
Editor: Tim Risher (submitted 2010-06-26).   Score information: Letter, 2 pages, 109 kB   Copyright: CC BY
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General Information

Title: Missa de Dringhs
Composer: Antoine Brumel

Number of voices: 4vv   Voicing: ATTB
Genre: SacredMass

Language: Latin
Instruments: A cappella

First published: 1509 in Missarum diversorum auctorum, liber primus, no. 3

Description: The Missa de Dringhs is a parody mass, based on the composer's own secular chanson Tous les regretz. The title of the mass, however, has never been satisfactorily explained. Perhaps the original tune used the word "Dringhs" in it, or perhaps there is some secret hidden within. Glareanus (1488 – 1563), the famous theorist, refers to the mass, spelling the title in Greek characters. Besides this, however, there is no explanation as to why it is called Dringhs.

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Original text and translations

For information, refer to the Mass page. For texts and translations, see the individual pages:

KyrieGloriaCredoSanctus & BenedictusAgnus DeiMass