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									17/Feb/2012   ISMN            Composer                 Title           Scoring        Feast
EMP0002       M-2056-0002-0   Animuccia, Giovanni                      SATB
                                                       Magnificat Quinti Toni
EMP0003       M-2056-0003-7   Anon (Chant)             Benedicta es chant             Votive Mass BVM
EMP0004       M-2056-0004-4   Anon (English)                           ATB
                                                       Benedicta es (English)         Votive Mass BVM
EMP0005       M-2056-0005-1                            Peccantem me
                              Jachet (Iachet) de Berchem               SATTBaB        Penitential
EMP0021       M-2056-0021-1   Byrd, William                            SSATB
                                                       Gradualia 14: Nativity BVM Nativity BVM (September 8)
EMP0034       M-2056-0034-1   Byrd, William            Ave verum corpusSATB           Eucharist
EMP0035       M-2056-0035-8   Walter, Johann           Da pacem Domine SATB           Non-liturgical
EMP0036       M-2056-0036-5   Byrd, William                            SMATB
                                                       Diffusa est gratia             Votive Mass BVM
EMP0039       M-2056-0039-6   Byrd, William                            SATBaB
                                                       Emendemus in melius            Penitential
EMP0042       M-2056-0042-6   Byrd, William            Libera me DomineSAATB          Penitential
EMP0043       M-2056-0043-3   Byrd, William                            SATBaB
                                                       Ne irascaris Domine            Penitential
EMP0047       M-2056-0047-1   Byrd, William            Pange lingua SATB              Corpus Christi
EMP0049       M-2056-0049-5   Byrd, William                            SATB
                                                       Salve Regina (1605)            Holy Trinity to the Saturday before Adv
EMP0053       M-2056-0053-2   Byrd, William                            SATB           St pen
                                                       Why do I use my paper, ink andEdmund Campion (December 6)
EMP0054       M-2056-0054-9   Campra, Andre                            Strings 5 parts
                                                       Suite Les fetes Venitiennes
EMP0055                       Cavalli, Francesco                       S              S
                                                       Beatus vir 1675 ATB SATB bc unday and Feasts
EMP0056                       Cavalli, Francesco       Confitebor 1675                S
                                                                       SATB SATB bc unday and Feasts
EMP0057                       Cavalli, Francesco                       1675           S
                                                       Dixit Dominus SATB SATB bc unday and Feasts
EMP0058                       Cavalli, Francesco                       SATB SATB S
                                                       Laudate Dominum 1675 bc unday and Feasts
EMP0059                       Cavalli, Francesco                       1675           S
                                                       Laudate Pueri SATB SATB bc unday and Feasts
EMP0060                       Cavalli, Francesco                       SATB SATB S
                                                       Magnificat Quinti Toni 1675bc unday and Feasts
EMP0061       M-2056-0061-7   Byrd, William                            S solo,SATTB Non-liturgical
                                                       O God that guides               instr. and SSATTB chorus
EMP0063       M-2056-0063-1   Corelli, Arcangelo                       Strings
                                                       Concerto Grosso III 7 parts, bc
EMP0064       M-2056-0064-8   Corelli, Arcangelo                       Strings
                                                       Concerto Grosso VI 7 parts, bc
EMP0066       M-2056-0066-2   Croce, Giovanni          Buccinate       SATB SATB Ascension
EMP0067       M-2056-0067-9   Croce, Giovanni                          S
                                                       Incipite Domino ATB SATB
EMP0068                       Donato, Baldassare       Ave Maria       SATTB          Marian Feasts
EMP0070       M-2056-0070-9   Dufay, Guillaume                         SATB
                                                       Ave Regina celorum
EMP0071                       Dufay, Guillaume                         SATB
                                                       Missa Ave Regina celorum General Use
EMP0073       M-2056-0073-0   Dunstable, John (?)      Benedicta es ATB               Votive Mass BVM
EMP0074       M-2056-0074-7                                            SATBaB
                              Ferrabosco, Alfonso (I) Aurora diem nuntiat
EMP0075       M-2056-0075-4   Ferrabosco, Alfonso (I) Ecce iam noctis  SATBaB
EMP0076       M-2056-0076-1   Ferrabosco, Alfonso (I) Laboravi         SAATB          Penitential
EMP0078       M-2056-0078-5   Gabrieli, Andrea                         SATB
                                                       Missa 4 vocum (Missa brevis)   General Use
EMP0079       M-2056-0079-2   Gabrieli, Andrea                         SAATBB
                                                       Maria stabat ad monumentum     Easter
EMP0081                       Gabrieli, Giovanni                       SMAB
                                                       Angelus Domini 1597SATB
EMP0082                       Gabrieli, Giovanni                       SSATBB
                                                       Beata es, Virgo Maria 1597
EMP0083                       Gabrieli, Giovanni                       SAATBaB
                                                       Cantate Domino 1597
EMP0084                       Gabrieli, Giovanni                       SAATTB
                                                       Exaudi Domine 1597
EMP0085                       Gabrieli, Giovanni                       SSAT
                                                       Exultate justi 1597 ATBB
EMP0086                       Gabrieli, Giovanni                       SSAT
                                                       Jubilate Deo 1597 ATBB
EMP0088                       Gabrieli, Giovanni                       SSAT ATBB
                                                       O Domine Jesu Christe 1597
EMP0094                       Gombert, Nicolas         In illo temporeSATTBaB         Marian Feasts
EMP0096       M-2056-0096-9   Handl, Jakob (Gallus)                    SATB
                                                       Ascendens Christus             Ascension
EMP0097       M-2056-0097-6   Handl, Jakob (Gallus)                    SSATBB
                                                       Ascendo ad Patrem              Ascension
EMP0101       M-2056-0101-0   Handl, Jakob (Gallus)    Quae est ista SSATTB           Marian Feasts
EMP0104       M-2056-0104-1   Handl, Jakob (Gallus)    Vidi speciosam  SAATBB         Marian Feasts
EMP0106       M-2056-0106-5   Isaac, Heinrich                          SSATBB
                                                       Christ ist erstanden           Easter
EMP0107       M-2056-0107-2   Isaac, Heinrich                          SSATBB
                                                       Christus surrexit              Easter
EMP0108       M-2056-0108-9   Isaac, Heinrich                          SATB
                                                       Conceptio Mariae Virginis Conception of BVM (December 8)
EMP0109       M-2056-0109-6   Isaac, Heinrich          De radice Jesse SATB
EMP0110   M-2056-0110-2   Isaac, Heinrich                           SATB
                                                    Misericordia Domini            Second Sunday after Easter
EMP0111   M-2056-0111-9   Isaac, Heinrich                           Festo
                                                    Nos autem (In SATB S. Crucis)  Invention of Holy Cross (May 3)
EMP0112   M-2056-0112-6   Isaac, Heinrich           Regina celi SSATB              Easter
EMP0114   M-2056-0114-0   Isaac, Heinrich                           SSATTB
                                                    Salve sancta parens (6-part) Marian Feasts
EMP0115   M-2056-0115-7   Isaac, Heinrich                           SATB           Marian Feasts
                                                    Salve sancta parens (Commune Festorum BMV)
EMP0116   M-2056-0116-4   Isaac, Heinrich                           (Reichstag, Konstanz 1507)
                                                    Sancti spiritus SATB
EMP0117   M-2056-0117-1   Isaac, Heinrich                           SSATBB
                                                    Victimae paschali laudes       Easter
EMP0118   M-2056-0118-8   Isaac, Heinrich                           SSATBB
                                                    Virgo prudentissima
EMP0119   M-2056-0119-5   Josquin des Pres                          SSATTB
                                                    Ave Maria...virgo serena       Marian Feasts
EMP0123   M-2056-0123-2   Josquin des Pres                          SATBB          Votive
                                                    Inviolata integra et casta es Maria Mass BVM
EMP0124   M-2056-0124-9   Josquin des Pres                          SATBaB
                                                    Missa de Beata Maria Virgine   Marian Feasts
EMP0128   M-2056-0128-7   Josquin des Pres          Proch dolor SAATTBB            Non-liturgical
EMP0129   M-2056-0129-4   Josquin des Pres                          SAATB
                                                    Stabat Mater...Christe verbum  Seven Sorrows of Mary (Maria perdole
EMP0132   M-2056-0132-4   De Kerle, Jacobus                         SATB            noster
                                                    Responsory III: Exaudi Deus General Use
EMP0135                                             Bone Jesu       SATB di Lasso)
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, OrlandoSATB
EMP0136   M-2056-0136-2                             Cantantibus Orlando
                                                                    SATTB          St
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, organis di Lasso) Cecilia (November 22)
EMP0139   M-2056-0139-3                             Domine exaudi Pen. di VII Penitential
                                                                    SATTB
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, OrlandoPs.Lasso)
EMP0140   M-2056-0140-9                             Domine ne in furore di Lasso)
                                                                    SATTB           I
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, OrlandoPen. Ps.Penitential
EMP0141   M-2056-0141-6                             Justorum animae SSATB          All
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, Orlando di Lasso) Saints (November 1)
EMP0142   M-2056-0142-3                             Laboravi        SATTB
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, Orlando di Lasso)
EMP0143   M-2056-0143-0                             Lagrime di S Pietro
                                                                    SSAATTB
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, Orlando di Lasso)    Passiontide
EMP0145                                             Laudate Dominum SSSAAATTTBBB
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, Orlando di Lasso)    Easter
EMP0148   M-2056-0148-5                             Magnificat Il Orlando
                                                                    SATB
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, est jour di Lasso)
EMP0149   M-2056-0149-2                             Magnificat Mort et Fortune
                                                                    SSATB
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, Orlando di Lasso)
EMP0154                                             Timor et tremor SAATTB
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, Orlando di Lasso)    Epiphany
EMP0155   M-2056-0155-3   Josquin des Pres                          SATB
                                                    Ave Maria...virgo serena
EMP0156   M-2056-0156-0                             Videntes stellamSATB
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, Orlando di Lasso)    Epiphany
EMP0161   M-2056-0161-4   Mouton, Jean                              SATB
                                                    Salve Mater Salvatoris         Marian Feasts
EMP0162                   Mouton, Jean              Sancti Dei omnesSATB           All Saints (November 1)
EMP0163   M-2056-0163-8   Muffat, Georg                             Str. parts/Stimmen
                                                    Concerto Grosso Nr 4
EMP0164   M-2056-0164-5   Muffat, Georg                             Str. parts/Stimmen
                                                    Concerto Grosso Nr 12
EMP0167   M-2056-0167-6   Ockeghem, Jehan (Jean)Alma redemptoris    SATB           Advent and Christmastide (until Purific
EMP0169   M-2056-0169-0                                             SAATB
                          Ockeghem, Jehan (Jean)Missa Sine nomine: Gloria
EMP0170   M-2056-0170-6                             Alma Redemptoris Mater
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da         SATB           Advent and Christmastide (until Purific
EMP0175   M-2056-0175-1                             Caro mea
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da         SSATB
EMP0176   M-2056-0176-8                             Crucem
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da sanctam SAATB          Invention of Holy Cross (May 3)
EMP0178   M-2056-0178-2                             Dominus         SAATB
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da Jesus in qua nocte Good Friday (Karfreitag)
EMP0179   M-2056-0179-9                             Dum complerentur: Dum ergo essent (Whitsun)
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da         SSATTB         Pentecost
EMP0180                                             Ecce nunc benedicite
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da         SATB SATB SATB General Use
EMP0181   M-2056-0181-2                             Ego sum         SSATB          ego
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da panis: Panis quem Eucharist
EMP0183   M-2056-0183-6                             Haec dies
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da         SSATTB         Easter
EMP0184   M-2056-0184-3                             Jubilate
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da Deo SATTB              General Use
EMP0185   M-2056-0185-0                             Jubilate
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da Deo SATB SATB Christmas
EMP0187   M-2056-0187-4                             Justorum animae
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da         SATTB          All Saints (November 1)
EMP0188   M-2056-0188-1   Brumel, Antoine                            filia
                                                    Mater patris etTTB             Marian Feasts
EMP0194   M-2056-0194-2                             Laudate         SSAB
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da Dominum SATB General Use
EMP0195                                             Laudate         SATB tympanis
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da Dominum inSATB SATB    General Use
EMP0201   M-2056-0201-7                             Missa            Dominum
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi daLaudateSATB SATB General Use
EMP0202                                             Missa           SATTBB
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi daPapae Marcelli          General Use
EMP0203   M-2056-0203-1                             O bone
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da Jesu SSATTB
EMP0204                                             O gloriosa Domina SATB SATB Feasts
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da         SATB           Marian
EMP0209   M-2056-0209-3                             Sicut cervus: Sitivit anima mea
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da         SATB           General Use
EMP0211   M-2056-0211-6                             Super           Babilonis
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da flumina SATB          General Use
EMP0212   M-2056-0212-3                             Surge           SATB SATB Advent
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da illuminare: Et ambulabunt
EMP0213   M-2056-0213-0                             Tu da
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigies Petrus SSATBB          SS Peter and Paul (June 29)
EMP0218   M-2056-0218-5   Philips, Peter            Media vita      SATTB         Office of the Dead
EMP0219   M-2056-0219-2   Philips, Peter                            SSATB
                                                    O beatum et sacrosanctum diem Christmas
EMP0220   M-2056-0220-8   Philips, Peter            Tibi laus       SSATB         Holy Trinity
EMP0222   M-2056-0222-2   Power, Leonel (?)         Benedicta es ATB              Marian Feasts
EMP0223   M-2056-0223-9   Procter, Michael          Exercises       unison
EMP0224   M-2056-0224-6   Procter, Michael          Psalm chants SATB
EMP0226   M-2056-0226-0   Richafort, Jean                           MMTB
                                                    Christus resurgens            Easter
EMP0227   M-2056-0227-7   Richafort, Jean                           SATB
                                                    Quem dicunt homines           SS Peter and Paul (June 29)
EMP0230                   Schütz, Heinrich                          SSATB
                                                    Unser keiner SWV374           Non-liturgical
EMP0233   M-2056-0233-8   Sheppard, John            Haec dies       SMAATB        Easter
EMP0234   M-2056-0234-5   Sheppard, John                             ii
                                                    In manus tuas AATB
EMP0241   M-2056-0241-3   Tallis, Thomas            Mihi autem nimisSAATB         Feasts of Apostles
EMP0246   M-2056-0246-8   Sheppard, John                             ii
                                                    In manus tuas AATB
EMP0247   M-2056-0247-5   Taverner, John                            MTTBaB
                                                    Mass 'for a meane': Sanctus General Use
EMP0248   M-2056-0248-2   Taverner, John                            SATBaB
                                                    Mass 'Small Devotion' = Mass O Willelme
EMP0251   M-2056-0251-2   Taverner, John                            SATBaB
                                                    O splendor gloriae            General Use
EMP0252   M-2056-0252-9   Taverner, John            O Willelme SMATB              General Use
EMP0253   M-2056-0253-6                                             SAATTB
                          Victoria, Tomas Luis de Benedicta sit S. Trinitas       Holy Trinity
EMP0255   M-2056-0255-0   Victoria, Tomas Luis de O quam gloriosum  SATB          All Saints (November 1)
EMP0261   M-2056-0261-1   Willaert, Adrian                            Trinitas    Holy tibi Trinitas
                                                    Adesto SanctaSAATB and GloriaTrinity
EMP0263   M-2056-0263-5   Willaert, Adrian          Missa Benedicta SATTB         Marian Feasts
EMP0264   M-2056-0264-2   Willaert, Adrian                          SATTBaB
                                                    O salutaris hostia            General Use
EMP0265                   Willaert, Adrian          Regina coeli SATTB            Eastertide
EMP0266   M-2056-0266-6   Willaert, Adrian                          SSATTB
                                                    Victimae Paschali             Easter
EMP0267   M-2056-0267-3   Josquin des Pres          Mille regretz SATB            Secular
EMP0268   M-2056-0268-0   Josquin des Pres                          SSATTB
                                                    Ave Maria...virgo serena      Marian Feasts
EMP0269   M-2056-0269-7   Isaac, Heinrich                           SATB
                                                    Isbruck ich muß dich lassen Secular
EMP0271   M-2056-0271-0   Anon                                      SST/SAT       Summer
                                                    Mass of the Cyprus MS (Turin J.II.9)
EMP0272   M-2056-0272-7   De Lafage, Jean           Vide Domine SATB              Penitential
EMP0273   M-2056-0273-4   Byrd, William             Missa 4 vocum   SATB          General Use
EMP0274   M-2056-0274-1   Croce, Giovanni                           SATB
                                                    In spiritu humilitatis SATB Penitential
EMP0275   M-2056-0275-8   Croce, Giovanni                           SSATTB/SATTTB
                                                    Sette sonetti penitenziali    Penitential
EMP0276   M-2056-0276-5   Sheppard, John            In manus tuas ATBiii
EMP0277   M-2056-0277-2   Dufay, Guillaume          Conditor alme STTsiderum      Ascension
EMP0278   M-2056-0278-9   Wert, Giaches de                          S
                                                    Cara la vita mia MATB         Secular
EMP0279   M-2056-0279-6   Sheppard, John            In manus tuas ATBiii
EMP0280   M-2056-0280-2   Gabrieli, Andrea                          SAATTB
                                                    Emendemus in melius           Invocabit Sunday (1st Sunday in Lent)
EMP0281   M-2056-0281-9   Gabrieli, Andrea                          SATTB
                                                    O sacrum convivium            Corpus Christi
EMP0282   M-2056-0282-6   Gabrieli, Andrea                          SAABa ATTB Eucharist
                                                    O salutaris hostia
EMP0286   M-2056-0286-4   Gabrieli, Andrea          Pater peccavi SSATB           Penitential
EMP0287   M-2056-0287-1   Byrd, William                             SSATB         Mary, Mother of God (January 1)
                                                    Gradualia 21: Mass for the Feast of Mary, Mother of God (Jan. 1)
EMP0288   M-2056-0288-8   Josquin des Pres                          SATB
                                                    Ave Maria...virgo serena
EMP0289   M-2056-0289-5   Merulo, Claudio           Ego sum panis   SATTB         Marian Feasts
EMP0290   M-2056-0290-1   Merulo, Claudio                           SATTB
                                                    O adoranda Trinitas           Holy Trinity
EMP0291   M-2056-0291-8   De Monte, Philippe        Laudate Dominum SMABa SATBGeneral Use
EMP0292   M-2056-0292-5   De Monte, Philippe        O bone Jesu SSATTB            General Use
EMP0293   M-2056-0293-2                             Duo ubera (Canticum canticorum)
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da         SSATB
EMP0294   M-2056-0294-9                             Missa           SSATTB
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi daBeatae Mariae Virginis Marian Feasts
EMP0296   M-2056-0296-3                             Lamentations III (Thur.)
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da         various       In Cena Domini (Maundy Thursday, G
EMP0298   M-2056-0298-7                             Lamentations III (Sat.)
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da        various        Holy Saturday (Easter Eve)(Karsamsta
EMP0300   M-2056-0300-7                             Libera
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da me     SATB           Office of the Dead
EMP0301   M-2056-0301-4                             Missa          SSATTB
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi daBeatae Mariae Virginis Marian Feasts
EMP0302   M-2056-0302-1   Philips, Peter            Ecce vicit Leo SATB SATB Easter
EMP0303   M-2056-0303-8   Purcell, Henry                           SSAATTBB General Use
                                                    Hear my prayer, O Lord
EMP0304   M-2056-0304-5                                            SSATB          Non-liturgical
                          Schein, Johann HermannDa Jakob vollendet hatte (Israelsbrünnlein)
EMP0305   M-2056-0305-2   Schütz, Heinrich                         SATB,bc        General Use
                                                    Ad dominum cum tribularer/Quid detur tibi SWV71-72
EMP0306   M-2056-0306-9   Tallis, Thomas                           SATBaB
                                                    Absterge Domine (1575)        Penitential
EMP0307   M-2056-0307-6   Tallis, Thomas                           SATBaB
                                                    Salvator mundi (i) and (ii)   Penitential
EMP0308   M-2056-0308-3   Tallis, Thomas                           SSATTB
                                                    Videte miraculum              Purification BVM, Candlemas, Presen
EMP0309   M-2056-0309-0   Tallis, Thomas                           SATTBaBB Penitential
                                                    Suscipe quaeso Domine
EMP0310   M-2056-0310-6   Tallis, Thomas                           fecit cenam Corpus Christi
                                                    Homo quidam SMAATB
EMP0311   M-2056-0311-3   Tallis, Thomas            In manus tuasSATBaB
EMP0312   M-2056-0312-0   Tallis, Thomas                           SATBaB
                                                    Dum transisset Sabbatum Easter
EMP0313   M-2056-0313-7   Victoria, Tomas Luis de Missa Gaudeamus  SSATTB
EMP0314   M-2056-0314-4                                            SSAT
                          Victoria, Tomas Luis de Missa Salve Regina SATB Marian Feasts
EMP0315   M-2056-0315-1   Victoria, Tomas Luis de Salve Regina SSAT SATB Holy Trinity to the Saturday before Adv
EMP0316   M-2056-0316-8   Victoria, Tomas Luis de Ne timeas Maria  SATB           Annunciation (March 25)
EMP0317   M-2056-0317-5   Walter, Johann            Ein feste BurgSATB            Non-liturgical
EMP0318   M-2056-0318-2   Walter, Johann                           SATB
                                                    2 Chorales/Zwei Choräle       Non-liturgical
EMP0320   M-2056-0320-5   Willaert, Adrian                         SATTBB         General Use
                                                    Missa Mente tota (without Credo)
EMP0321   M-2056-0321-2   Willaert, Adrian                         SAATTBB
                                                    Ave maris stella              Marian Feasts
EMP0322   M-2056-0322-9   Senfl, Ludwig                            SATB
                                                    Quis dabit oculis             Non-liturgical
EMP0323   M-2056-0323-6                             Penitential Psalms - di separate entries
                                                                   various: see separate entries
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, OrlandoseeLasso)    Penitential
EMP0324   M-2056-0324-3                             Missa          SATB SATB Gloria
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi daCantantibus organis: SATB
EMP0325   M-2056-0325-0                             Missa          SATTB
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi daAscendo ad Patrem Ascension
EMP0326   M-2056-0326-7   Anon (English)            Clangat tuba ATB              St Thomas à Becket (December 29)
EMP0327   M-2056-0327-4   Anon (attrib. Josquin)                   SMATBaB
                                                    Responsum acceperat Simeon    Purification BVM, Candlemas, Presen
EMP0328   M-2056-0328-1   Anon (Chant)                             chant
                                                    Alma Redemptoris Mater        Advent and Christmastide (until Purific
EMP0329   M-2056-0329-8   Croce, Giovanni                          SATB mille G
                                                    Missa Percussit SaulSATB bc eneral Use
EMP0330   M-2056-0330-4   Croce, Giovanni                           mille
                                                    Percussit SaulSATB SATB Sunday after Pentecost
EMP0331   M-2056-0331-1   Croce, Giovanni           Omnes gentesSATB SATB Ascension
EMP0332   M-2056-0332-8   Croce, Giovanni                           meum
                                                    Veni in hortumSATB SATB General Use
EMP0333   M-2056-0333-5   Croce, Giovanni                          SSSTBa ATTBaB
                                                    Dialogo de'chori d'angeli     General Use
EMP0334   M-2056-0334-2   Croce, Giovanni           Stabat Mater SATB SATB Seven Sorrows of Mary (Maria perdole
EMP0335   M-2056-0335-9   Croce, Giovanni                          SATTTB         Penitential
                                                    Sonetto 1. Signor, non mi riprender (Ps. VI)
EMP0336   M-2056-0336-6   Croce, Giovanni                          SATTTB         Penitential
                                                    Sonetto 2. Beati quei ch'ottengono perdono (Ps. XXXI)
EMP0337   M-2056-0337-3   Croce, Giovanni                          SSATTB         Penitential
                                                    Sonetto 3. Signor, nel tuo furor (Ps. XXXVII)
EMP0338   M-2056-0338-0   Croce, Giovanni                          SSATTB         Penitential
                                                    Sonetto 4. Abbi di me, Signore, Pietade omai (Ps L)
EMP0339   M-2056-0339-7   Croce, Giovanni                          SATTTB          gl'umil miei
                                                    Sonetto 5. Esaudisci, Signor,Penitential preghi (Ps. CI)
EMP0340   M-2056-0340-3   Croce, Giovanni                           profondo      Penitential
                                                    Sonetto 6. DalSSATTB del core a te gridai (Ps CXXIX)
EMP0341   M-2056-0341-0   Croce, Giovanni                          SSATTB          le mie preghiere(Ps. CXLII)
                                                    Sonetto 7. Esaudisci, Signor,Penitential
EMP0342   M-2056-0342-7   Croce, Giovanni                          SATB
                                                    Three motets for four voices General Use
EMP0343   M-2056-0343-4   De Vento, Ivo                             pastor
                                                    Missa SurrexitSSATB bonus Easter
EMP0344   M-2056-0344-1   Finck, Heinrich                          SATB
                                                    Festum nunc celebre           Ascension
EMP0345   M-2056-0345-8   Finck, Heinrich                          SATTBaB
                                                    Wedding Mass 1511
EMP0346   M-2056-0346-5   Gabrieli, Andrea                         SATTB          Corpus Christi
                                                    O sacrum convivium (transposed down a 4th)
EMP0347   M-2056-0347-2   Gabrieli, Andrea          De profundis SAATBB           Penitential
EMP0348   M-2056-0348-9   Gabrieli, Andrea                         SSATTB
                                                    Domine exaudi orationem meam  Penitential
EMP0349   M-2056-0349-6   Gabrieli, Andrea                         SATBaB SATBaB
                                                    Del gran tuonante             Secular
EMP0350   M-2056-0350-2   Gabrieli, Andrea                         SMATBaB
                                                    Domine ne in furore           Penitential
EMP0351   M-2056-0351-9   Gabrieli, Andrea          Cantate Domino SATTB          General Use
EMP0352   M-2056-0352-6   Gabrieli, Andrea          Levita LaurentiusSATB           St Lawrence (August 10)
EMP0353                   Gabrieli, Andrea                           SAATBB
                                                    Miserere mei Domine             Penitential
EMP0359   M-2056-0359-5   Handl, Jakob (Gallus)                      SATTB
                                                    Mirabile mysterium              Christmas
EMP0360   M-2056-0360-1   Handl, Jakob (Gallus)     Nesciens Mater   SSATB          Christmas
EMP0361   M-2056-0361-8   Hassler, Hans Leo         Deus, Deus meus  SSATTB         General Use
EMP0363   M-2056-0363-2   Hassler, Hans Leo                          SATB SATB General Use
                                                    O Domine Jesu Christe
EMP0364   M-2056-0364-9   Hassler, Hans Leo                          SSAB
                                                    Tibi laus, tibi gloria ATTB Holy Trinity
EMP0365   M-2056-0365-6                             Congratulamini   SSATTB
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, Orlando di Lasso)     Easter
EMP0366   M-2056-0366-3                             Missa Congratulamini
                                                                     SSATTB
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, Orlando di Lasso)     Easter
EMP0367   M-2056-0367-0                             In principio     SSATTB
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, Orlando di Lasso)     Christmas
EMP0368   M-2056-0368-7                             Verbum caro factum di
                                                                     SATTB
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, Orlando estLasso)     Christmas
EMP0369   M-2056-0369-4                             Passan vostri trionfi
                                                                     TrSMABa TrSATB
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, Orlando di Lasso)     Secular
EMP0370   M-2056-0370-0                             Surrexit pastorSSATB
                                                                      bonus
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, Orlando di Lasso)     Easter
EMP0371   M-2056-0371-7                             Melancholia: Sprüche von Leben
                                                                     SSATTB
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, Orlando di Lasso) und Tod/Aphorisms on Life and D
EMP0372   M-2056-0372-4                             Melancholia: 01. Unus Lasso)
                                                                     SSATTB
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, Orlando diDominus
EMP0373   M-2056-0373-1                             Melancholia: 02. Fratres qui gloriatur
                                                                     SSATTB
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, Orlando di Lasso)
EMP0374   M-2056-0374-8                             Melancholia: 03. Peccavit David
                                                                     SSATTB
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, Orlando di Lasso)
EMP0375   M-2056-0375-5                             Melancholia: 04. Omnes deliciarum
                                                                     SSATTB
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, Orlando di Lasso)
EMP0376   M-2056-0376-2                             Melancholia: 05. Ne di Lasso)
                                                                     SSATTB
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, Orlandoderelinquas amicum
EMP0377   M-2056-0377-9                             Melancholia: 06. Qui di Lasso)
                                                                     SSATTB
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, Orlando patiens est
EMP0378   M-2056-0378-6                             Melancholia: 07. Non des mulieri
                                                                     SSATTB
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, Orlando di Lasso) potestatem
EMP0379   M-2056-0379-3                             Melancholia: 08. Qui di Lasso)
                                                                     SSATTB
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, Orlando moderatur
EMP0380   M-2056-0380-9                             Melancholia: 09. Gloriamur
                                                                     SSATTB
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, Orlando di Lasso)
EMP0381   M-2056-0381-6                             Melancholia: 10. Timor Lasso)
                                                                     SSATTB
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, Orlando di Domini
EMP0382   M-2056-0382-3                             Melancholia: 11. In hora ultima
                                                                     SSATTB
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, Orlando di Lasso)
EMP0383   M-2056-0383-0                             Melancholia: 12. Laudavi igitur
                                                                     SSATTB
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, Orlando di Lasso)
EMP0384   M-2056-0384-7                             Melancholia: 13. Laudate Dominum
                                                                     SSATTB
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, Orlando di Lasso)
EMP0385   M-2056-0385-4                             Magnificat Op.SATB org
                          Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Felix                69 No 3       General Use
EMP0386   M-2056-0386-1   De Monte, Philippe                         vita mia
                                                    Missa Cara la SSATB             General Use
EMP0387   M-2056-0387-8   Monteverdi, Claudio       Ecco Silvio SSATB               Secular
EMP0388   M-2056-0388-5   Mouton, Jean                               SATTBaB
                                                    Salva nos Domine dormientes     General Use
EMP0389   M-2056-0389-2                             Accepit          calicem
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da Jesus SAATTB            Corpus Christi
EMP0390   M-2056-0390-8                             Assumpta est SSATTB
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da          Maria          Assumption BVM (August 15)
EMP0391   M-2056-0391-5                             Missa            SSATTB
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi daAssumpta est Maria General Use
EMP0392   M-2056-0392-2                             Missa            SSATTB         Ascension
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi daVIII Toni (Missa Festum nunc celebre)
EMP0393   M-2056-0393-9                             Missa            SSATTB
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi daUt Re Mi Fa              General Use
EMP0394   M-2056-0394-6                             Pater noster SSTTB
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da                         General Use
EMP0395   M-2056-0395-3                             Fuit homo missus a Deo
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da          SATTB          St John Baptist (June 24)
EMP0396   M-2056-0396-0                             Cum ortus est SAATTB
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da           + Rex pacificus
EMP0397   M-2056-0397-7                             Two Offertories for the Christmas Octave
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da          SATTB          Christmas
EMP0398   M-2056-0398-4                             Opem              Thoma
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da nobis OSATTB            St Thomas à Becket (December 29)
EMP0399   M-2056-0399-1                             In te speravi SATTB
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da                         St Thomas à Becket (December 29)
EMP0400   M-2056-0400-4                             Posuisti
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da          SATTB          Holy Family (Sunday in the Octave of
EMP0401   M-2056-0401-1   Scarlatti, Alessandro                                     S
                                                    Tu es Petrus SATB SATB bc S Peter and Paul (June 29)
EMP0402   M-2056-0402-8   Senfl, Ludwig             Miserere mei SATTB              Penitential
EMP0403   M-2056-0403-5   Senfl, Ludwig                              SATBaB
                                                    Gelobet seist du Christe
EMP0404   M-2056-0404-2   Isaac, Heinrich           Exaudi Domine    SATB           Pentecost (Whitsun)
EMP0405   M-2056-0405-9   Isaac, Heinrich           Mihi autem nimis SATB           Feasts of Apostles
EMP0406   M-2056-0406-6   Isaac, Heinrich                            SSTTBB
                                                    Missa Beatae Mariae Virginis    Votive Mass BVM
EMP0407   M-2056-0407-3   Isaac, Heinrich           Viri Galilaei SSATTB            Ascension
EMP0408   M-2056-0408-0   Anon (attrib. Josquin)    De profundis ATBaB              Penitential
EMP0409   M-2056-0409-7   Josquin des Pres                           SATBB
                                                    Inviolata...Christi Mater
EMP0410   M-2056-0410-3   Josquin des Pres        Mente tota      SATB           Non-liturgical
EMP0411   M-2056-0411-0   De la Rue, Pierre                       SATB
                                                  Missa pro Defunctis            Requiem
EMP0412   M-2056-0412-7   Forestier, Mathurin                     SAATTB
                                                  Veni Sancte Spiritus           Pentecost (Whitsun)
EMP0413                   Willaert, Adrian                        SATTB
                                                  Congratulamini mihi            Easter
EMP0414   M-2056-0414-1   Byrd, William           Domine exaudi   SAATB          Penitential
EMP0415   M-2056-0415-8   Byrd, William                           SATBaB
                                                  Though Amaryllis dance in greenSecular
EMP0416   M-2056-0416-5   Byrd, William                           SATTB
                                                  Haec dicit Dominus             Holy Innocents (December 28)
EMP0417   M-2056-0417-2   Byrd, William                           SATTB
                                                  Tribulationes civitatum        Penitential
EMP0418                   Byrd, William           Unam petii      SATTB          Penitential
EMP0419   M-2056-0419-6   Handl, Jakob (Gallus)   Quasi cedrus SSATBB            Marian Feasts
EMP0420   M-2056-0420-2   Handl, Jakob (Gallus)   Regnum mundi    SSMA           Feasts of Virgins
EMP0421   M-2056-0421-9   Handl, Jakob (Gallus)   Rorate coeli SSATBB            Marian Feasts
EMP0422   M-2056-0422-6   Handl, Jakob (Gallus)                   SATTB
                                                  Veni Redemptor gentium         Advent
EMP0423   M-2056-0423-3   Finck, Heinrich                         SAATTBB
                                                  Veni sancte spiritus           Pentecost (Whitsun)
EMP0424   M-2056-0424-0   Finck, Heinrich                         SATTB          spiritum sanctum
                                                  Veni creator spiritus/Accipite Pentecost (Whitsun)
EMP0425   M-2056-0425-7   Finck, Heinrich                         SATTB
                                                  Jesus Christus salus nostra General Use
EMP0427   M-2056-0427-1   Parsons, Robert         Ave Maria       MTTBaB         Marian Feasts
EMP0428   M-2056-0428-8   Weelkes, Thomas                         SSATTB         Secular
                                                  Thule, the period of cosmographie
EMP0429                   Gabrieli, Giovanni                      TrSMA
                                                  Beati immaculati 1597ATTB
EMP0430                   Gabrieli, Giovanni      Beati omnes 1597SMABa ATTB
EMP0431                   Gabrieli, Giovanni                      SATTBBB
                                                  Benedicam Dominum 1597
EMP0466                   Gabrieli, Giovanni                      SATTTBB
                                                  Benedixisti Domine 1597
EMP0432                   Gabrieli, Giovanni                      SATTB SATTB
                                                  Deus qui beatum Marcum 1597
EMP0433                   Gabrieli, Giovanni                      SSAATTBF
                                                  Diligam te Domine 1597
EMP0434                   Gabrieli, Giovanni                      TrSMT ATTB
                                                  Domine Dominus noster1597
EMP0435                   Gabrieli, Giovanni                      TrSMT TBaBF
                                                  Domine exaudi i. 1597
EMP0436                   Gabrieli, Giovanni                      TrSMABa
                                                  Domine exaudi ii. 1597 SATTB
EMP0437                   Gabrieli, Giovanni                      SATB SATB
                                                  Ego sum qui sum 1597
EMP0438                   Gabrieli, Giovanni      Exaudi Deus 1597TTBaBaBFF
EMP0439                   Gabrieli, Giovanni                      SATB SATB SATB
                                                  Mass movement: Gloria in excelsis Deo 1597
EMP0450                   Gabrieli, Giovanni      Hoc tegitur 1597SMAT SATB
EMP0441                   Gabrieli, Giovanni                      TrSMAT ATBaBF
                                                  Hodie Christus natus est 1597
EMP0442                   Gabrieli, Giovanni                      SATB 1597
                                                  Iam non dicam vobis SATB
EMP0443                   Gabrieli, Giovanni                      SSAATTBB
                                                  In te Domine 1597
EMP0444                   Gabrieli, Giovanni                       1597
                                                  Jubilate Deo ii.TrSMAT TrSMAT ATTBaF
EMP0445                   Gabrieli, Giovanni                      SSAATTBB
                                                  Jubilemus singuli 1597
EMP0446                   Gabrieli, Giovanni                      SSMABa
                                                  Judica me Domine 1597ATTBaB
EMP0447                   Gabrieli, Giovanni                      SATB ATBaB SATB
                                                  Mass movement: Kyrie eleison 1597
EMP0448                   Gabrieli, Giovanni                      TrSMT ATTB
                                                  Laudate nomen Domini 1597
EMP0449                   Gabrieli, Giovanni                      1597
                                                  Magnificat a 8 SMAT ATTB
EMP0467                   Gabrieli, Giovanni                      TrSMT
                                                  Magnificat a 12 1597 MATB ATBaF
EMP0451                   Gabrieli, Giovanni      Maria Virgo 1597TrTrSMA TBBBF
EMP0452                   Gabrieli, Giovanni                      SMAT ATTB
                                                  Misericordias Domine 1597
EMP0453                   Gabrieli, Giovanni                      TrSMAT SATB ATTBaF
                                                  Nunc dimittis 1597
EMP0454                   Gabrieli, Giovanni                      SMAT 1597
                                                  O Jesu mi dulcissimeATTB
EMP0456                   Gabrieli, Giovanni                      SATB
                                                  Jubilate Deo iii. 1597SATB
EMP0458                   Gabrieli, Giovanni                      SMAT
                                                  Plaudite psallite 1597SATB ATBB
EMP0459                   Gabrieli, Giovanni                      SATTTB SATTTB
                                                  Regina coeli 1597
EMP0460                   Gabrieli, Giovanni                      TrSMAT ATBaBF
                                                  Quis est iste 1597
EMP0461                   Gabrieli, Giovanni                      SSAATBBF
                                                  Sancta et immaculata 1597
EMP0462                   Gabrieli, Giovanni                      SAATTBB
                                                  Sancta Maria 1597
EMP0463                   Gabrieli, Giovanni                      SATB ATBaB SATB
                                                  Mass movement: Sanctus 1597
EMP0464                   Gabrieli, Giovanni                           bonus 1597
                                                    Surrexit pastorTrSSMT ATTBaB
EMP0465                   Gabrieli, Giovanni                          1597
                                                    Virtute magna SMATBaB SABaBBB
EMP0468   M-2056-0468-4   Handl, Jakob (Gallus)                      SSAATTB
                                                    Gaudeamus omnes fideles All Saints (November 1)
EMP0469   M-2056-0469-1   Handl, Jakob (Gallus)                      voices:         General Use
                                                    2 motets for 5 SAATB O bone Jesu -and- In nomine Jesu
EMP0470   M-2056-0470-7   Handl, Jakob (Gallus)     O Sapientia SATBB                Advent
EMP0471                                             Dixit Martha SATB di Lasso)
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, OrlandoSATTB
EMP0472                                             Domine quid multiplicatiLasso)
                                                                     SATB di suntNon-liturgical
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, OrlandoSATB SATB
EMP0474                                             Quo properas SATTB SATTB
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, Orlando di Lasso)      Non-liturgical
EMP0475   M-2056-0475-2                             Salve regina SATB                Holy
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, Orlando di Lasso) Trinity to the Saturday before Adv
EMP0476   M-2056-0476-9                             Tenebrae Responsories: Holy
                                                                     SATB            Holy Saturday (Easter Eve)(Karsamsta
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, Orlando di Lasso)Saturday
EMP0477                                             Inclina Domine   SATB di Lasso)
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, OrlandoSATTB Penitential
EMP0478   M-2056-0478-3                                              SSAT ATTB
                          Gastoldi, Gian Giacomo *Vaghe Ninfe amorosette TSecular
EMP0479   M-2056-0479-0   Gibbons, Orlando                           SSATTB          Secular
                                                    The Cries of London voices and viols
EMP0480   M-2056-0480-6   Gibbons, Orlando          The Silver Swan  SATTB           Secular
EMP0481   M-2056-0481-3   Dulichius, Philipp        Two motets SATTBaB               General Use
EMP0482   M-2056-0482-0                             Song of          various
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da Songs 26, 27.            Non-liturgical
EMP0483   M-2056-0483-7                             Canticum Canticorum 26, 27.
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da          various         Non-liturgical
EMP0484   M-2056-0484-4                                              SSAATBBF
                          Glinka, Mikhail IvanovitchSong of the Cherubim (Izhe Cherubimi)1837
EMP0485   M-2056-0485-1   Isaac, Heinrich           Missa Paschale iiSATB and STTB   Easter
EMP0486   M-2056-0486-8                             Angelus Domini   SSATTB
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, Orlando di Lasso)      Easter
EMP0487   M-2056-0487-5   Wert, Giaches de          Quel Rossignuol  SSATTB          Secular
EMP0488   M-2056-0488-2   Baccusi, Ippolito                          SSATTB
                                                    Missa Quel Rossignuol            General Use
EMP0489   M-2056-0489-9   Wert, Giaches de                           SATTB
                                                    Gaudete in Domino semper Advent
EMP0490   M-2056-0490-5   Wert, Giaches de                            in deserto
                                                    Vox clamantis SMATTB             Advent
EMP0491   M-2056-0491-2   Wert, Giaches de          O crux ave SATTB                 Passiontide
EMP0492   M-2056-0492-9   Wert, Giaches de                           SATTB
                                                    O sacrum convivium               Eucharist
EMP0493   M-2056-0493-6   Willaert, Adrian                           SSMATTB         Maria
                                                    Inviolata, integra et casta es Marian Feasts
EMP0494   M-2056-0494-3   Senfl, Ludwig                              SATB
                                                    Two Antiphons for Easter Vespers Easter
EMP0495   M-2056-0495-0                             In               SATTB
                          Guami, Giuseppe (Gioseffo)die tribulationis meae           Penitential
EMP0496   M-2056-0496-7   Josquin des Pres                           SATB
                                                    Ave Maria...Benedicta tu         Marian Feasts
EMP0497   M-2056-0497-4   Purcell, Henry            Hear me O Lord                   General
                                                                     satb, SSATB, organ Use
EMP0498   M-2056-0498-1   Purcell, Henry                              the Lord       General
                                                    I will sing unto ssaatb, SSATB, organ Use
EMP0499   M-2056-0499-8   Purcell, Henry                             tb, SSATB, organ
                                                    Jehova quam multi sunt hostes    General Use
EMP0500   M-2056-0500-1   Purcell, Henry                               wilt thou be organ
                                                    Lord, how longatb, SSATB, angry  General Use
EMP0501   M-2056-0501-8   Purcell, Henry                             ssaatb, SATB General Use
                                                    O God thou art my God            div, organ
EMP0502   M-2056-0502-5   Purcell, Henry                               hosts         General Use
                                                    O Lord God ofssaatb, SSAATTBB, organ
EMP0503   M-2056-0503-2   Purcell, Henry                             s
                                                    Out of the deepab, SATB, organ   General Use
EMP0504   M-2056-0504-9   Purcell, Henry                             SSATB org General Use
                                                    Remember not Lord our offences
EMP0505   M-2056-0505-6   Purcell, Henry            Save me O God                    General
                                                                     ssaatb, SSATB, organ Use
EMP0506   M-2056-0506-3                             Dies sanctificatus
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da          SATB            Christmas
EMP0507   M-2056-0507-0   Byrd, William                              SAABa
                                                    O magnum misterium               Christmas
EMP0508   M-2056-0508-7   Byrd, William                              SSAB
                                                    O admirabile commercium Circumcision of Our Lord (Jan. 1) and
EMP0509   M-2056-0509-4                             Quem vidistis pastores
                                                                     SSATB
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, Orlando di Lasso)      Christmas
EMP0510   M-2056-0510-0                             Hodie nobis Orlando Rex Christmas
                                                                     SSATB
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, coelorumdi Lasso)
EMP0511   M-2056-0511-7   Crüger, Johannes                           SSATB
                                                    Frohlich soll mein Herze springenChristmas
EMP0512   M-2056-0512-4   Willaert, Adrian                           SATBaB
                                                    O Crux splendidior               Exaltation of the Holy Cross (Septemb
EMP0513   M-2056-0513-1   de Rore, Cipriano                          rerum seriem Holy Trinity
                                                    Missa Praeter SSATTBB
EMP0514   M-2056-0514-8   Merulo, Claudio                            SSATTB
                                                    Adoramus te Domine Jesu Christe  Easter
EMP0515   M-2056-0515-5   Merulo, Claudio                            SAATTB
                                                    Audi Domine hymnum               Dedication of a Church
EMP0516   M-2056-0516-2   Merulo, Claudio                            SMATTB
                                                    Beata viscera Mariae Virginis    Marian Feasts
EMP0517   M-2056-0517-9   Merulo, Claudio                            SSATTB
                                                    Benedicite spiritus              General Use
EMP0518   M-2056-0518-6   Merulo, Claudio           Cantate Domino   SSMATBaF5 General Use
EMP0519   M-2056-0519-3   Merulo, Claudio                           SSAATBB
                                                    Ecce Maria genuit            Christmas
EMP0520   M-2056-0520-9   Merulo, Claudio           Hei mihi Domine SMATTBB      Penitential
EMP0521   M-2056-0521-6   Merulo, Claudio                           SSAATBB
                                                    O altitudo divitiarum        Holy Trinity
EMP0522   M-2056-0522-3   Aleotti, Raphaela                         S
                                                    Ego flos campi AT SATB Marian Feasts
EMP0523   M-2056-0523-0   Anerio, Felice                            SATB
                                                    Alma Redemptoris Mater       Advent and Christmastide (until Purific
EMP0524   M-2056-0524-7   Anerio, Felice                            SATB
                                                    Factum est silentium         St. Michael Archangel (September 29)
EMP0525   M-2056-0525-4   Arcadelt. Jacques         Haec dies       SATB         Easter
EMP0526   M-2056-0526-1   Byrd, William                             SSATB
                                                    Beati mundo corde            All Saints (November 1)
EMP0527   M-2056-0527-8   Byrd, William                             SSATTB
                                                    Solve iubente Deo            St. Peter in Chains (S. Petri ad Vincula
EMP0529   M-2056-0529-2   Frye, Walter                              SAAT         Marian
                                                    Ave regina...mater regis angelorum Feasts
EMP0530   M-2056-0530-8   Gibbons, Orlando                          SSAATB
                                                    Lift up your heads O ye gatesAdvent
EMP0531   M-2056-0531-5   Gibbons, Orlando                          SSAATB       Penitential
                                                    O Lord in thy wrath rebuke me not
EMP0532   M-2056-0532-2   Handl, Jakob (Gallus)     Vox de celo SSATTB           Epiphany
EMP0533   M-2056-0533-9   Josquin des Pres                          SAATB
                                                    Miserere mei Deus            Penitential
EMP0534   M-2056-0534-6   Josquin des Pres                          SATB
                                                    Tribulatio et angustia       Penitential
EMP0535   M-2056-0535-3   Josquin des Pres                          MATB
                                                    Virgo prudentissima          Assumption BVM (August 15)
EMP0536   M-2056-0536-0   Lackner, Daniel           Haec est dies SSATB          Easter
EMP0537   M-2056-0537-7   Lackner, Daniel           Omnes gentesSSATB            Ascension
EMP0538   M-2056-0538-4   Obrecht, Jacob                            SABa
                                                    Alma Redemptoris Mater       Dedication of a Church
EMP0539   M-2056-0539-1   Obrecht, Jacob            Salve Regina SSATTB          Holy Trinity to the Saturday before Adv
EMP0540   M-2056-0540-7                             Canite           Sion
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da tuba in SSATB        Advent
EMP0541   M-2056-0541-4                             Caro mea
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da         SSAB ATBB Corpus Christi
EMP0542   M-2056-0542-1                             Fratres         SATB SATB Corpus Christi
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da ego enim accepi
EMP0543   M-2056-0543-8                             Missa           ego enim accepi
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi daFratres SATB SATB Corpus Christi
EMP0544   M-2056-0544-5   Regnart, Jacob                            SSATTB
                                                    O decus Trebnitiae           St. Hedwig (October 15)
EMP0545   M-2056-0545-2   Regnart, Jacob                            SSATB
                                                    Tollite jugum meum           Feasts of Apostles
EMP0546   M-2056-0546-9   Ruffo, Vincenzo                           SATTB
                                                    O sarum convivium            Corpus Christi
EMP0547   M-2056-0547-6   Schütz, Heinrich                          SATB         Non-liturgical
                                                    Ego dormio/Vulnerasti cor meum SWV 63-64
EMP0548   M-2056-0548-3   Schütz, Heinrich                          SATB         Non-liturgical
                                                    Aspice Pater/Nonne hic est/Reduc Domine Deus SWV 73-75
EMP0549   M-2056-0549-0   Schütz, Heinrich                          SATB,bc      84
                                                    Ecce advocatus meus SWV Non-liturgical
EMP0550   M-2056-0550-6                             Beati pauperes spiritu
                                                                    SATB         All
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, Orlando di Lasso) Saints (November 1)
EMP0551   M-2056-0551-3   Gabrieli, Andrea          Beatus vir      SATB         Vigils of Martyrs
EMP0552   M-2056-0552-0   Gabrieli, Andrea                          SSATB SATTB  ejus
                                                    Laudate Dominum in sancto Holy Saturday (Easter Eve)(Karsamsta
EMP0553   M-2056-0553-7   Gabrieli, Andrea          Caro mea        SATB         General Use
EMP0554   M-2056-0554-4   Gabrieli, Andrea          Filiae JerusalemSATB         Feasts of Martyrs in Eastertide
EMP0555   M-2056-0555-1   Gabrieli, Andrea          O rex gloriae SATB           Ascension
EMP0556   M-2056-0556-8   Gabrieli, Andrea                          SATB
                                                    Veni sponsa Christi          Feasts of Virgins
EMP0557   M-2056-0557-5   Josquin des Pres                          SAATTB
                                                    Responsum acceperat Simeon   Purification BVM, Candlemas, Presen
EMP0558   M-2056-0558-2                             Circumdederunt me
                                                                    SAATTB
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, Orlando di Lasso)  Office of the Dead
EMP0559   M-2056-0559-9                             Da Lassus, SSAATB
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlanduspacem Orlando di Lasso)     General Use
EMP0560   M-2056-0560-5                             Infelix ego     SAATBaB
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, Orlando di Lasso)  Penitential
EMP0561   M-2056-0561-2                             Hor Lassus, Orlando di Lasso)
                                                                    TrMTTBa primavera
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus che la nuova e vaga SATTB  Secular
EMP0562   M-2056-0562-9                             Multae tribulationes justorumNon-liturgical
                                                                    SAATBaB
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, Orlando di Lasso)
EMP0563   M-2056-0563-6                             O crux splendidior
                                                                    SAATBB
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, Orlando di Lasso)  Exaltation of the Holy Cross (Septemb
EMP0564   M-2056-0564-3                             Regina coeli SSAATTB
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, Orlando di Lasso)  Eastertide
EMP0565   M-2056-0565-0                             Sanctus         SATB
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, Orlando di Lasso)  Requiem
EMP0566   M-2056-0566-7   Gombert, Nicolas                          S
                                                    Mort et Fortune ATB          Secular
EMP0567   M-2056-0567-4                             Ecce sacerdos magnus
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da         SAATBaB      Feasts of Confessors and Doctors of t
EMP0568   M-2056-0568-1                             Stabat          SATB SATB Seven Sorrows of Mary (Maria perdole
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da Mater dolorosa
EMP0569   M-2056-0569-8                                             SSATB        General Use
                          Schein, Johann HermannLehre uns bedenken (Israelsbrünnlein)
EMP0570   M-2056-0570-4   Croce, Giovanni                           SATB
                                                    O sacrum convivium I.        General Use
EMP0571   M-2056-0571-1   Croce, Giovanni           Exaudi Deus SATB             Lent
EMP0572   M-2056-0572-8   Croce, Giovanni           O gloriosa DominaSATB           Marian Feasts
EMP0573   M-2056-0573-5   Senfl, Ludwig             Nisi Dominus SATB               General Use
EMP0574   M-2056-0574-2   Handl, Jakob (Gallus)                      various
                                                    Two motets for Advent           Advent
EMP0575   M-2056-0575-9                                              SSATB
                          Gastoldi, Gian Giacomo *Come in vago giardin
EMP0576   M-2056-0576-6   Byrd, William             Domine tu jurastiSATBaB         Penitential
EMP0577   M-2056-0577-3   Byrd, William                              SATTB
                                                    Emendemus in melius             Penitential
EMP0578   M-2056-0578-0   Byrd, William             Vide Domine SATTB
EMP0579   M-2056-0579-7   Senfl, Ludwig                              SATBaB
                                                    O admirabile commercium Circumcision of Our Lord (Jan. 1) and
EMP0580   M-2056-0580-3                             Missa            SATB
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi daDies sanctificatus       Christmas
EMP0581   M-2056-0581-0                             Resonet in laudibus
                                                                     SATBaB
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, Orlando di Lasso)     Christmas
EMP0582   M-2056-0582-7   Gabrieli, Andrea          Beata es Maria   SAATB          Marian Feasts
EMP0583   M-2056-0583-4   De la Rue, Pierre                          various        Requiem
                                                    Missa pro Defunctis (orig. pitch)
EMP0584   M-2056-0584-1   De la Rue, Pierre                          TBaBSb          from Missa
                                                    Requiem aeternam: Introitus Requiem pro Defunctis (orig. pitch)
EMP0585   M-2056-0585-8                             Lamentations III/Maundy Thursday/First Reading
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da          SSATB          In Cena Domini (Maundy Thursday, G
EMP0586   M-2056-0586-5                             Lamentations III/Maundy Thursday/Second Reading Thursday, G
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da          SATTB          In Cena Domini (Maundy
EMP0587   M-2056-0587-2                             Lamentations III/Maundy Thursday/Third Reading
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da          SSATTB         In Cena Domini (Maundy Thursday, G
EMP0588   M-2056-0588-9   Tallis, Thomas                             SAATB           pitch)
                                                    Salvator Mundi ii (orig. lower Exaltation of the Holy Cross (Septemb
EMP0589   M-2056-0589-6   Tallis, Thomas                             various
                                                    Te lucis ante terminum
EMP0590   M-2056-0590-2                                              various
                          Gastoldi, Gian Giacomo Il quarto libro di Madrigali a cinque voci (1602)
EMP0591   M-2056-0591-9   Gabrieli, Andrea          Levavi oculos SATTB             Holy Trinity
EMP0592   M-2056-0592-6                                              various
                          Gastoldi, Gian Giacomo Il quarto libro di Madrigali a cinque voci (1602): Appendix
EMP0593   M-2056-0593-3   Massaino, Tiburzio                         various
                                                    Il quarto libro di Madrigali a cinque voci (1594)
EMP0594   M-2056-0594-0   Massaino, Tiburzio                         various
                                                    Il quarto libro di Madrigali a cinque voci (1594): Appendix
EMP0596   M-2056-0596-4   Hassler, Hans Leo                          SAT ATBaB Holy Trinity
                                                    O altitudo divitiarum
EMP0597   M-2056-0597-1   Gabrieli, Andrea                           SATTB
                                                    O lux beata Trinitas            Holy Trinity to the Saturday before Adv
EMP0598   M-2056-0598-8   Hoyoul, Balduin                            SATTB
                                                    Dein ellendt hauff              Non-liturgical
EMP0599   M-2056-0599-5   Jacopo da Bologna                          TTB            Secular
                                                    Aquil'altera - Creatura gentile -Uccel di Dio
EMP0600   M-2056-0600-8                             La
                          Jacob (Jacques) Senleches harpe de melodie TTB            Secular
EMP0601   M-2056-0601-5   de Rore, Cipriano                          SMATB
                                                    Quando lieta sperai             Secular
EMP0602   M-2056-0602-2                             Misssa           SATTB
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da Quando lieta sperai General Use
EMP0604   M-2056-0604-6   Gabrieli, Andrea                           SAATB
                                                    Sic Deus dilexit mundum         Pentecost (Whitsun)
EMP0605   M-2056-0605-3   Gabrieli, Andrea          Letare HierusalemSAATB          Laetare Sunday (4th Sunday in Lent)
EMP0606   M-2056-0606-0   Gabrieli, Andrea          Jubilate Deo TrSMT ATTB
EMP0607   M-2056-0607-7   Isaac, Heinrich                            STTB           Feasts of tua; ALL
                                                    De Uno Martyre Offitium: INT In virtuteMartyrs Beatus vir; CO Qu
EMP0608   M-2056-0608-4   Isaac, Heinrich                            STTB
                                                    Missa Beatae Mariae Virginis    Votive Mass BVM
EMP0609   M-2056-0609-1   Byrd, William             Beati mundo cordeSSATB          All Saints (November 1)
EMP0610   M-2056-0610-7   Gastoldi, Gian Giacomo *O misera Dorinda   SSATB
EMP0611   M-2056-0611-4                                              SSATB
                          Gastoldi, Gian Giacomo *Baciai per aver vita
EMP0612   M-2056-0612-1   Gastoldi, Gian Giacomo *Arda pur sempre    SSATB
EMP0613   M-2056-0613-8   Handl, Jakob (Gallus)                      SATTB
                                                    Beatus Laurentius orabat        St Lawrence (August 10)
EMP0614   M-2056-0614-5   Josquin des Pres                           SATB
                                                    Ecce tu pulchra es              Assumption BVM (August 15)
EMP0615   M-2056-0615-2   Byrd, William             Missa 4 vocum    SATB           General Use
EMP0616   M-2056-0616-9   Byrd, William             Missa 4 vocum    ATTB           General Use
EMP0617   M-2056-0617-6   Victoria, Tomas Luis de Veni sponsa ChristiSATB           Feasts of Virgins
EMP0618   M-2056-0618-3                             Misa Breve Afro-Cubana
                          Martinez, Odaline de la (Caridad)          SATB           General Use
EMP0619   M-2056-0619-0   Waclaw z Szamotul         Jus sie zmierzka SATB           General Use
EMP0620   M-2056-0620-6   Schütz, Heinrich                            Oculi         General Use
                                                    Tischgesänge:SATB omnium/Confitemini Domino. SWV 88-93
EMP0621   M-2056-0621-3   Schütz, Heinrich                           SATB            Jesu. SWV
                                                    O bone, O dulcis, O benigne Passiontide 53-4
EMP0622   M-2056-0622-0   Schütz, Heinrich                           SATB
                                                    Cantate Domino SWV 81 General Use
EMP0623   M-2056-0623-7   Schütz, Heinrich                           SATB           General
                                                    Verba mea auribus percipe SWV 61 Use
EMP0624                                             Laudes Domini    SATTB
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, Orlando di Lasso)     Non-liturgical
EMP0625   M-2056-0625-1   Schütz, Heinrich                           SATB
                                                    Heu mihi, Domine SWV 65 Penitential
EMP0626   M-2056-0626-8   Hassler, Hans Leo                         SATTB         Circumcision of Our Lord (Jan. 1) and
                                                    Ecce Maria genuit nobis Salvatorem
EMP0627   M-2056-0627-5   Hassler, Hans Leo                         SATB
                                                    Angelus ad pastores ait       Christmas
EMP0628   M-2056-0628-2   Hassler, Hans Leo                          pastores?
                                                    Quem vidistis, SATB           Christmas
EMP0629   M-2056-0629-9                             Mirabile mysterium
                                                                    SATTB
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, Orlando di Lasso)   Christmas Octave
EMP0630   M-2056-0630-5                             Missus est Angelus Gabriel Advent and Christmastide (until Purific
                                                                    SSATTB
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, Orlando di Lasso)
EMP0632   M-2056-0632-9                             Ecce Maria Orlando di
                                                                    SATTB
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus,genuit nobisLasso)   Circumcision of Our Lord (Jan. 1) and
EMP0633   M-2056-0633-6   Hassler, Hans Leo                         SMATB SATTB hristmas
                                                    Hodie Christus natus est      C
EMP0634   M-2056-0634-3   Praetorius, Michael                       SATB          Christmas
                                                    En natus est Emmanuel/Geborn ist uns Emanuel
EMP0635   M-2056-0635-0                             Ut queant laxis SATTB
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, Orlando di Lasso)   Non-liturgical
EMP0636   M-2056-0636-7   Crequillon, Thomas                        SATTB
                                                    Vidit Jacob scalam            Dedication of a Church
EMP0637   M-2056-0637-4   Daser, Ludwig                             SSATBB
                                                    Missa super Ave Maria         Marian Feasts
EMP0638   M-2056-0638-1   Croce, Giovanni           Missa 6 vocum   SSATTB
EMP0639   M-2056-0639-8   Croce, Giovanni                           SATB SATB Ascension
                                                    O Viri o Galilaei
EMP0640   M-2056-0640-4   Gabrieli, Andrea                          SSATTB        Penitential
                                                    Domine exaudi orationem meam (Ps. 142)
EMP0641   M-2056-0641-1   Croce, Giovanni                           SATB ATTB Corpus Christi
                                                    Ecce panis Angelorum
EMP0642   M-2056-0642-8   Croce, Giovanni                           SATB
                                                    Factum est silentium SATB St. Michael Archangel (September 29)
EMP0643   M-2056-0643-5   Donato, Baldassare        Viri Galilaei SATTBaB         Ascension
EMP0644   M-2056-0644-2   Croce, Giovanni                           SATB SATB Eastertide
                                                    Regina celi letare
EMP0645   M-2056-0645-9   Croce, Giovanni                            Toni
                                                    Magnificat VIIISATB ATTB General Use
EMP0646   M-2056-0646-6   Croce, Giovanni                           SATB sanctis eius Ps.
                                                    Laudate Dominum inSATB Easter 150
EMP0647   M-2056-0647-3   Croce, Giovanni                           MATB
                                                    Cantate Domino canticum novum General Use
EMP0648   M-2056-0648-0   Croce, Giovanni           Aspice Domine   SATTB         1st Sunday in November
EMP0649   M-2056-0649-7   Croce, Giovanni                           SAATB
                                                    O sacrum convivium II         Corpus Christi
EMP0650   M-2056-0650-3   Croce, Giovanni                           SSATB
                                                    Non turbetur cor vestrum      Ascension
EMP0651   M-2056-0651-0   Croce, Giovanni           Audi Domine SATTB             Pentecost (Whitsun)
EMP0652   M-2056-0652-7   Croce, Giovanni                           SATTB
                                                    Ego rogabo patrem             Ascension
EMP0653   M-2056-0653-4   Croce, Giovanni                           SATB SATB
                                                    Deh, perche non rispondi
EMP0654   M-2056-0654-1                             Miser
                          Guami, Giuseppe (Gioseffo) hoime SATTB                  Secular
EMP0655   M-2056-0655-8   De Vento, Ivo             Pace non trovo  SATTB         Secular
EMP0656   M-2056-0656-5                             Spent'e d'amor ATTB
                                                                    S
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, Orlando di Lasso)   Secular
EMP0657   M-2056-0657-2   Marenzio, Luca            Dolorosi martirSATTB          Secular
EMP0658   M-2056-0658-9   Croce, Giovanni                           SATTB
                                                    Occhi mentre mirate           Secular
EMP0659   M-2056-0659-6                                             SATTB
                          Gastoldi, Gian Giacomo *Come assetato infermo           Secular
EMP0660   M-2056-0660-2   Massaino, Tiburzio                        TrMAABa
                                                    *Se volge il caro sguardo     Secular
EMP0661   M-2056-0661-9   Byrd, William                             SSATTB        SS Peter and scio vere; 29)
                                                    Gradualia for SS Peter and Paul. INT NuncPaul (June GRAD Cons
EMP0662   M-2056-0662-6                             Missa           SSATBB
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi daTu es Petrus           General Use
EMP0663   M-2056-0663-3   Croce, Giovanni                           TrMAABa
                                                    Missa Secunda tertii toni
EMP0664   M-2056-0664-0   Wert, Giaches de                          5 voices SSATB/SATTB
                                                    Decimo libro di madrigali     Secular
EMP0665   M-2056-0665-7   Wert, Giaches de                          SSATB         Secular
                                                    Luci a me dolci e care (LibroX:1)
EMP0666   M-2056-0666-4   Wert, Giaches de                          SSATB         Secular
                                                    Tu canti e cant'anch'io (LibroX:2)
EMP0667   M-2056-0667-1   Wert, Giaches de                          SSATB
                                                    I desiai ben mio (LibroX:3) Secular
EMP0668   M-2056-0668-8   Wert, Giaches de                          SATTB
                                                    Datemi pace (LibroX:4-5) Secular
EMP0670   M-2056-0670-1   Wert, Giaches de                          SSATB
                                                    Qui fu dove (LibroX:6)        Secular
EMP0671   M-2056-0671-8   Wert, Giaches de                           desio (LibroX:7)
                                                    Amor s'hai purSSATB           Secular
EMP0672   M-2056-0672-5   Wert, Giaches de                          SSATB
                                                    Del vago Mincio (LibroX:8-9) Secular
EMP0674   M-2056-0674-9   Wert, Giaches de                          contento      Secular
                                                    O qual gioia e SSATB (LibroX:10)
EMP0675   M-2056-0675-6   Wert, Giaches de                          SATTB         Secular
                                                    Quante volte volgete (LibroX:11)
EMP0676   M-2056-0676-3   Wert, Giaches de                          SMATB         Secular
                                                    In qual parte risplende (LibroX:12)
EMP0677   M-2056-0677-0   Wert, Giaches de                          SMATB         Secular
                                                    Misera, quanto tempo (LibroX:13)
EMP0678   M-2056-0678-7   Wert, Giaches de                          in qual       Secular
                                                    Amor, che sai SMATBstato (LibroX:14)
EMP0679   M-2056-0679-4   Wert, Giaches de                          SSATB
                                                    Socorrete, ben mio (LibroX:15)Secular
EMP0686   M-2056-0686-2   Cosset, Francois                           Deo
                                                    Missa ExultateSATB            General Use
EMP0687   M-2056-0687-9   de Bournonville, Jean                     SATB
                                                    Missa Ave maris stella          General Use
EMP0688   M-2056-0688-6   Dagneaux, Pierre                          SATB
                                                    Missa Vox exultationis          General Use
EMP0689   M-2056-0689-3   Byrd, William                             ATTBB
                                                    8 motets for male voices
EMP0690   M-2056-0690-9   Croce, Giovanni                           various
                                                    O sacrum convivium I and II Corpus Christi
EMP0691   M-2056-0691-6   Byrd, William             Missa 4 vocum   ATBB            General Use
EMP0692   M-2056-0692-3   Mouton, Jean              Tua est potentiaSATTB           Christ the King (last Sunday in Octobe
EMP0693   M-2056-0693-0   Verdelot, Philippe                        SATBaB
                                                    In te Domine speravi.           Unidentified
EMP0694   M-2056-0694-7   Josquin des Pres                          SATB
                                                    Tu solus qui facis mirabilia Unidentified
EMP0695   M-2056-0695-4   Brumel, Antoine           Sicut lilium    SATB            Assumption BVM (August 15)
EMP0696   M-2056-0696-1   Tallis, Thomas                            SSAATBB
                                                    Suscipe quaeso Domine           Penitential
EMP0697   M-2056-0697-8   Croce, Giovanni                           SATTB
                                                    Missa Tertia octavi toni
EMP0698   M-2056-0698-5   Anon (Fr.)                                2 equal voicesAdvent
                                                    Veni veni Emanuel
EMP0699   M-2056-0699-2   Croce, Giovanni                           SATTB
                                                    Missa Prima sexti toni
EMP0700   M-2056-0700-5   Wert, Giaches de                          madrigali       Secular
                                                    Ottavo libro di 5 voices SSATB/SATTB
EMP0701   M-2056-0701-2   Wert, Giaches de                          SSATB           Secular
                                                    Io non son pero morto (LibroVIII:1)
EMP0702   M-2056-0702-9   Wert, Giaches de                          cor (LibroVIII:2)
                                                    Rallegrati mio SSATB            Secular
EMP0703   M-2056-0703-6   Wert, Giaches de                                           (LibroVIII:3)
                                                    Si com’ai freschi mattutini raiSecular
                                                                    SSSAB
EMP0704   M-2056-0704-3   Wert, Giaches de                          SSATB
                                                    Vezzosi augelli (LibroVIII:4) Secular
EMP0705   M-2056-0705-0   Wert, Giaches de                          SSATB           Secular
                                                    Fra le dorate chiome (LibroVIII:5)
EMP0706   M-2056-0706-7   Wert, Giaches de                          SSATB
                                                    Usciva omai (LibroVIII:6)       Secular
EMP0707   M-2056-0707-4   Wert, Giaches de                          SSATB
                                                    Sovente allor (LibroVIII:7-8) Secular
EMP0709   M-2056-0709-8   Byrd, William                             SATB            Christmas
                                                    Gradualia 02: Christmas Mass and Office
EMP0710   M-2056-0710-4   Byrd, William                             SATB
                                                    Gradualia 02: Christmas Mass    Christmas
EMP0711   M-2056-0711-1   Byrd, William                             SATB            Christmas Octave
                                                    Gradualia 02: Music for the Christmastide Office
EMP0712   M-2056-0712-8                                             SATTB SATTB
                          Gastoldi, Gian Giacomo Tutti lieti onoriamo               Secular
EMP0713   M-2056-0713-5   Esperança, Pedro da                       SATB plus
                                                    O magnum mysterium instruments  Christmas
EMP0714   M-2056-0714-2   Hassler, Hans Leo                         SSATTB
                                                    Verbum caro factum est          Christmas
EMP0715   M-2056-0715-9   Croce, Giovanni                           SSATB
                                                    Signor cui il padr'ha dato      Non-liturgical
EMP0716   M-2056-0716-6   Josquin des Pres                          SATBaB
                                                    Missa de Beata Maria Virgine    Marian Feasts
EMP0717   M-2056-0717-3   Byrd, William                             SMATB           Purification BVM, Candlemas, Presen
                                                    Gradualia 05: In Festo Purificationis (BMV)
EMP0718   M-2056-0718-0   Croce, Giovanni                           SAATB
                                                    Diligam te Domine               2nd Sunday after Pentecost
EMP0719   M-2056-0719-7   Croce, Giovanni                           SATTB
                                                    Benedicta sit Sancta TrinitasHoly Trinity
EMP0720   M-2056-0720-3                              (Marc'Antonio) SATB
                          Ingegneri, Marco Antonio Tibi laus, tibi gloria SATB Holy Trinity
EMP0721   M-2056-0721-0                              (Marc'Antonio)
                          Ingegneri, Marco Antonio Duo SeraphimSATB SATB Holy Trinity
EMP0722   M-2056-0722-7   Croce, Giovanni                           SATB SATB
                                                    Missa Decantabat populus General Use
EMP0723   M-2056-0723-4   Croce, Giovanni                           SATB
                                                    Decantabat populus SATB Sunday after Pentecost
EMP0724   M-2056-0724-1   de Rore, Cipriano                         SSAATTB
                                                    Descendi in hortum meum Non-liturgical
EMP0725   M-2056-0725-8   Croce, Giovanni                           SATB SATB Assumption BVM (August 15)
                                                    Laudans exultet gaudio
EMP0726   M-2056-0726-5   Croce, Giovanni                           SATB ATTB
                                                    Anima mea liquefacta est Assumption BVM (August 15)
EMP0727   M-2056-0727-2   Croce, Giovanni                           SATB ATTB Marian Feasts
                                                    Ave Virgo sponsa Dei
EMP0728   M-2056-0728-9   Croce, Giovanni           Virgo decus SATB SATB Marian Feasts
EMP0729   M-2056-0729-6   Croce, Giovanni                           SATB SATB Christmas
                                                    Quaeramus cum pastoribus - Quid tu vides in stabulo?
EMP0730   M-2056-0730-2   Merulo, Claudio           Exaudi me DomineSMATTB          Ash Wednesday
EMP0731   M-2056-0731-9   Croce, Giovanni           Salve Regina SATB MATB Holy Trinity to the Saturday before Adv
EMP0732   M-2056-0732-6   Croce, Giovanni           Nesciens Mater  SATB SATB Circumcision of Our Lord (Jan. 1) and
EMP0733   M-2056-0733-3   Croce, Giovanni                           SATTB
                                                    Descendi in hortum meum Assumption BVM (August 15)
EMP0734   M-2056-0734-0   Donato, Baldassare                        SATTB
                                                    Derelinquat impius              Invocabit Sunday (1st Sunday in Lent)
EMP0735   M-2056-0735-7   Donato, Baldassare        Aspice Domine   SSATTB          1st Sunday in November
EMP0737   M-2056-0737-1   Donato, Baldassare        O bone Jesu SAATTB
EMP0738   M-2056-0738-8   Croce, Giovanni                           SATB SATB General Use
                                                    Deus in adjutorium meum intende
EMP0739   M-2056-0739-5                             Two AmericanSATB
                          Martinez, Odaline de la (Caridad)          Madrigals      Secular
EMP0743   M-2056-0743-2   Lobo D                                    SATTB
                                                    Missa Elisabeth Zachariae General Use
EMP0744   M-2056-0744-9   Guerrero, Francisco                        SATTB
                                                    Elisabeth Zachariae            St John Baptist (June 24)
EMP0745   M-2056-0745-6   Croce, Giovanni                            SATB ATTB General Use
                                                    Missa Sopra la Battaglia
EMP0746   M-2056-0746-3   Gabrieli, Andrea                           SAATTB
                                                    Emendemus in melius            Invocabit Sunday (1st Sunday in Lent)
EMP0747   M-2056-0747-0   Ruffo, Vincenzo                            SATTB
                                                    O sacrum convivium             Corpus Christi
EMP0748   M-2056-0748-7   Verdelot, Philippe                         SATBaB
                                                    In te Domine speravi.          Unidentified
EMP0749   M-2056-0749-4   Wert, Giaches de                           SATTB
                                                    Gaudete in Domino semper Advent
EMP0750   M-2056-0750-0   Byrd, William             Missa 4 vocum    SATB          General Use
EMP0751   M-2056-0751-7   Croce, Giovanni                            Four choirs
                                                    Missa super Jubilate Deo General Use
EMP0752   M-2056-0752-4   Isaac, Heinrich                            SATTBaB
                                                    O regina nobilissima           Marian Feasts
EMP0753   M-2056-0753-1   Isaac, Heinrich                            SATB          Nativity - Alleluia Nativitas Virgini - Co
                                                    Gaudeamus omnes/Cum iocundaite BVM (September 8)
EMP0754   M-2056-0754-8   Isaac, Heinrich                            SATTBaB       Ascension
                                                    Viri Galilaei - Alleluia Dominus in Sina - Psallite Domino
EMP0755   M-2056-0755-5                             Jesus            13 tenors     Non-liturgical
                          Wylkynson (Wilkinson), Robert autem transiens/Credo in Deum
EMP0756   M-2056-0756-2                             Jesus            13 tenors     Non-liturgical
                          Wylkynson (Wilkinson), Robert autem transiens/Credo in Deum
EMP0757   M-2056-0757-9   Croce, Giovanni                            Four choirs
                                                    Missa super Jubilate Deo General Use
EMP0758   M-2056-0758-6   Croce, Giovanni                            Four choirs
                                                    Missa super Jubilate Deo General Use
EMP0759   M-2056-0759-3   Croce, Giovanni                            Four choirs
                                                    Missa super Jubilate Deo General Use
EMP0760   M-2056-0760-9   Croce, Giovanni                            Four choirs
                                                    Missa super Jubilate Deo General Use
EMP0761   M-2056-0761-6   Croce, Giovanni                            Four choirs
                                                    Missa super Jubilate Deo General Use
EMP0762   M-2056-0762-3   Obrecht, Jacob            Salve Regina SSATTB            Holy Trinity to the Saturday before Adv
EMP0763   M-2056-0763-0   Davy, Richard             Salve Regina SSATTB            Summer
EMP0764   M-2056-0764-7   Byrd, William                              SSATB
                                                    Gradualia 14: Nativity BVM Nativity BVM (September 8)
EMP0765   M-2056-0765-4   Byrd, William                              SSATB
                                                    Diffusa est gratia             Marian Feasts
EMP0766   M-2056-0766-1   Schütz, Heinrich                           SATB,bc
                                                    Heu mihi Domine (SWV 65) Office of the Dead
EMP0767   M-2056-0767-8   Lambe, Walter             Nesciens Mater   SATBaB        Advent and Christmastide (until Purific
EMP0768   M-2056-0768-5                             G                SSATB
                          Turges (Sturges), Edmund aude flore virginali            General Use
EMP0769   M-2056-0769-2   Donato, Baldassare        O bone Jesu SAATTB
EMP0770   M-2056-0770-8   Gabrieli, Andrea                           SAATTB
                                                    Emendemus in melius            Invocabit Sunday (1st Sunday in Lent)
EMP0771   M-2056-0771-5   Gabrieli, Andrea          Pater peccavi SSATB            Penitential
EMP0772   M-2056-0772-2   Gabrieli, Andrea          Beata es Maria   SAATB         Marian Feasts
EMP0773   M-2056-0773-9   Gabrieli, Andrea                           SAATB
                                                    Sic Deus dilexit mundum        Pentecost (Whitsun)
EMP0774   M-2056-0774-6   Croce, Giovanni                            SAATB
                                                    O sacrum convivium II          Corpus Christi
EMP0775   M-2056-0775-3   Handl, Jakob (Gallus)     Regnum mundi     SSTB          Feasts of Virgins
EMP0776   M-2056-0776-0   Davy, Richard                              terraeque
                                                    O Domine celi SATBaB Creator   General Use
EMP0777   M-2056-0777-7   Gabrieli, Andrea                            posi
                                                    Missa Ove ch’iSAATTB           General Use
EMP0778   M-2056-0778-4   Merulo, Claudio           Jubilate Deo SSATB
EMP0779   M-2056-0779-1   Merulo, Claudio                            SAATBaB
                                                    Laetabimur in salutari tuo
EMP0780   M-2056-0780-7   Merulo, Claudio                            SSAATTB
                                                    Bonum est confiteri Domino Lent
EMP0781   M-2056-0781-4   Merulo, Claudio           Exaudi Domine    SSATTBB
EMP0782   M-2056-0782-1   Croce, Giovanni           Veni Domine SAATB              Advent
EMP0783   M-2056-0783-8   Croce, Giovanni                            SSATB
                                                    Sancta Maria succurre miseris  Marian Feasts
EMP0784   M-2056-0784-5   Croce, Giovanni                            SSATB
                                                    Hodie completi sunt            Pentecost (Whitsun)
EMP0785   M-2056-0785-2   Croce, Giovanni                            SSATB
                                                    Egredimini et videte           Conception of BVM (December 8)
EMP0786   M-2056-0786-9   Merulo, Claudio                            SMATBaBB
                                                    Dominus illumination mea
EMP0787   M-2056-0787-6   Willaert, Adrian          Ove ch’i posi gli occhi
                                                                     SAATTB
EMP0788   M-2056-0788-3                             Domine           SATTB
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da convertere             Sunday within the Octave of Corpus C
EMP0789   M-2056-0789-0                             Viri da
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi Galilaei – Ascendit Deus Ascension
                                                                     SSATTB
EMP0790   M-2056-0790-6                             Viri da
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi Galilaei – Ascendit Deus Ascension
                                                                     SSATTB
EMP0791   M-2056-0791-3   Josquin des Pres                           SAATBB
                                                    Benedicta es celorum reginaMarian Feasts
EMP0792   M-2056-0792-0                             Ave regina coelorum - Gaude gloriosa
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da          SATTB         Marian Feasts
EMP0793   M-2056-0793-7                             Ave regina coelorum - Gaude gloriosa
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da          SATTB         Marian Feasts
EMP0794   M-2056-0794-4                             Ave regina coelorum - Gaude gloriosa
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da          SATTB         Marian Feasts
EMP0795   M-2056-0795-1                             Missa            SAATBB
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi daBenedicta es            Marian Feasts
EMP0797   M-2056-0797-5   Gabrieli, Andrea                    SATBaB
                                             Exaudi Deus orationem mean     Lent
EMP0798   M-2056-0798-2   Gabrieli, Andrea                    SATTB
                                             O lux beata Trinitas           Holy Trinity to the Saturday before Adv
EMP0799   M-2056-0799-9   Gabrieli, Andrea                    SATTB
                                             O lux beata Trinitas           Holy Trinity to the Saturday before Adv
EMP0800   M-2056-0800-2   Croce, Giovanni    Requiem I        ATTB          Requiem
EMP0801   M-2056-0801-9   Croce, Giovanni    Requiem II ATTB                Requiem
EMP0802   M-2056-0802-6   Croce, Giovanni                     T
                                             Aestimatus sumo be established
EMP0803   M-2056-0803-3   Croce, Giovanni    Angelus Domini   SATTB
EMP0804   M-2056-0804-0   Croce, Giovanni                     To be established
                                             Astiterunt reges terrae
EMP0805   M-2056-0805-7   Croce, Giovanni    Audite verbumSATB SATB
EMP0806   M-2056-0806-4   Croce, Giovanni    Beati eritis     SMAT
EMP0807   M-2056-0807-1   Croce, Giovanni    Benedicam DominumATTB
EMP0808   M-2056-0808-8   Croce, Giovanni                     SATB Deus…Benedicti qui pugnant.
                                             Benedictus Dominus ATTB
EMP0809   M-2056-0809-5   Croce, Giovanni                      Domine
                                             Benedictus es SATB SATB
EMP0810   M-2056-0810-1   Croce, Giovanni    Congratulamini   SMABa
EMP0811   M-2056-0811-8   Croce, Giovanni                     To be established
                                             Defensor noster aspice
EMP0812   M-2056-0812-5   Croce, Giovanni                     SATB
                                             Descendit Angelus SATB
EMP0813   M-2056-0813-2   Croce, Giovanni                     SATTB
                                             Deus canticum novum
EMP0814   M-2056-0814-9   Croce, Giovanni    Deus misereatur  SATB AATB
EMP0815   M-2056-0815-6   Croce, Giovanni                     To be
                                             Deus tuorom militumestablished
EMP0816   M-2056-0816-3   Croce, Giovanni                     To be established
                                             Dextera Domini (Offert.)
EMP0817   M-2056-0817-0   Croce, Giovanni                     S
                                             Dic nobis Maria ATB MATB
EMP0818   M-2056-0818-7   Croce, Giovanni                     SATTB
                                             Dies sanctificatus
EMP0819   M-2056-0819-4   Croce, Giovanni    Domine refugium  SATTB
EMP0820   M-2056-0820-0   Croce, Giovanni                      clamabant Holy
                                             Duo SeraphimSSATB (+SATB) bcTrinity
EMP0821   M-2056-0821-7   Croce, Giovanni                     SATB
                                             Ecce Patris verbum ATBaB
EMP0822   M-2056-0822-4   Croce, Giovanni    Ego propter teATTBflagellavi
EMP0823   M-2056-0823-1   Croce, Giovanni    Ego sum pauper   ATTB
EMP0824   M-2056-0824-8   Croce, Giovanni                     SMAT
                                             Exaltabo te Domine
EMP0825   M-2056-0825-5   Croce, Giovanni                     To be established
                                             Exsultet orbis gaudiis
EMP0826   M-2056-0826-2   Croce, Giovanni                     SATB
                                             Gaudeamus omnes SATB Feasts (interchangeable names)
EMP0827   M-2056-0827-9   Croce, Giovanni                                   Marian
                                             Incipite Virgini SMATTB (+SATB) bc Feasts
EMP0828   M-2056-0828-6   Croce, Giovanni                     MATB
                                             In die tribulationis
EMP0829   M-2056-0829-3   Croce, Giovanni                     SATB
                                             Ingredimini omnes MATB Marian Feasts
EMP0830   M-2056-0830-9   Croce, Giovanni    In monte Oliveti MATB          In Cena Domini (Maundy Thursday, G
EMP0831   M-2056-0831-6   Croce, Giovanni                     To be
                                             Jehova fortitudo meaestablished
EMP0832   M-2056-0832-3   Croce, Giovanni                     SSB terra      bc
                                             Jubilate Deo omnis (+MATB) Christmas
EMP0833   M-2056-0833-0   Croce, Giovanni                     SAATB
                                             O sacrum convivium II          Corpus Christi
EMP0834   M-2056-0834-7   Croce, Giovanni                     in ecco MATB TBaBF5
                                             Laudate pueri MMTTB(a tre cori)
EMP0835   M-2056-0835-4   Croce, Giovanni                     SATB
                                             O Jesu amabilissimeMATB
EMP0836   M-2056-0836-1   Croce, Giovanni                     SATB ATBaB
                                             O Jesu mi dulcissime
EMP0837   M-2056-0837-8   Croce, Giovanni    Ornaverunt SATB SATB
EMP0838   M-2056-0838-5   Croce, Giovanni                     To
                                             O salutaris hostia be established
EMP0839   M-2056-0839-2   Croce, Giovanni                     MATB
                                             O triste spectaculum MATB
EMP0840   M-2056-0840-8   Croce, Giovanni    O viri Veneti SATTB (+SATB) bc Assumption BVM (August 15)
EMP0841   M-2056-0841-5   Croce, Giovanni    O vos omnes MATB               Holy Saturday (Easter Eve)(Karsamsta
EMP0842   M-2056-0842-2   Croce, Giovanni    Pange lingua To be established
EMP0843   M-2056-0843-9   Croce, Giovanni                     To be established
                                             Placare Christe servulis
EMP0844   M-2056-0844-6   Croce, Giovanni                     SATB
                                             Plange quasi virgo SATB Holy Saturday (Easter Eve)(Karsamsta
EMP0845   M-2056-0845-3   Croce, Giovanni                     MATTTB (+MATB) of Epiphany
                                             Psallite Deo nostro            Vigil bc
EMP0846   M-2056-0846-0   Croce, Giovanni                     ATB (+SATB) Marian Feasts
                                             Quasi stella matutina          bc
EMP0847   M-2056-0847-7   Croce, Giovanni                     SATB
                                             Quid prodest stulto MTTB
EMP0848   M-2056-0848-4   Croce, Giovanni    Resonent organa                Christmas
                                                              SATTB (+SATB) bc
EMP0849   M-2056-0849-1   Croce, Giovanni                   SATTB
                                            Sancta et immaculate
EMP0850   M-2056-0850-7   Croce, Giovanni                   To be established
                                            Sanctorum meritis (Hymn)
EMP0851   M-2056-0851-4   Croce, Giovanni                   To
                                            Sepulto Domino be established
EMP0852   M-2056-0852-1   Croce, Giovanni                   SATB - Nudus
                                            Si bona suscepimus MATB egressus
EMP0853   M-2056-0853-8   Croce, Giovanni                   ATB (+SATB) Holy Name of Jesus (Sunday between
                                            Sit nomen Domini benedictum   bc
EMP0854   M-2056-0854-5   Croce, Giovanni                   MATB
                                            Tenebrae factae sunt          Good Friday (Karfreitag)
EMP0855   M-2056-0855-2   Croce, Giovanni   Tribularer si nescirem – Secundum multitudinem
                                                            SATTB
EMP0856   M-2056-0856-9   Croce, Giovanni                   MATB
                                            Tristis est anima mea         In Cena Domini (Maundy Thursday, G
EMP0857   M-2056-0857-6   Croce, Giovanni                   SATB
                                            Turbarum vocum in Passione Domini
EMP0858   M-2056-0858-3   Croce, Giovanni                   MATB
                                            Unus ex discipulis meis       In Cena Domini (Maundy Thursday, G
EMP0859   M-2056-0859-0   Masera, Agostin   Valde honorandusSMAT
EMP0860   M-2056-0860-6   Croce, Giovanni   Velum templi MATB             Good Friday (Karfreitag)
EMP0861   M-2056-0861-3   Croce, Giovanni                   To be
                                            Veni creator spiritus established
EMP0862   M-2056-0862-0   Croce, Giovanni                   To be
                                            Venite et ploremus established
EMP0863   M-2056-0863-7   Masera, Agostin                   SMAT
                                            Veni sponsa Christi
EMP0864   M-2056-0864-4   Croce, Giovanni                   SAT (+SATB) Christmas
                                            Verbum caro factum est        bc
EMP0865   M-2056-0865-1   Croce, Giovanni   Verbum iniquum  SATTB
EMP0866   M-2056-0866-8   Croce, Giovanni   Vidi speciosam  SATTB
EMP0867   M-2056-0867-5   Croce, Giovanni   Virtute magna SATB
EMP0868   M-2056-0868-2   Croce, Giovanni   Voce mea        SATB
EMP0869   M-2056-0869-9   Croce, Giovanni                   SATB mille
                                            Missa Percussit SaulSATB General Use
EMP0870   M-2056-0870-5   Croce, Giovanni                   SATB ATTB
                                            Alma Redemptoris mater
EMP0871   M-2056-0871-2   Croce, Giovanni                   SATB SATB
                                            Ave Regina coelorum
EMP0872   M-2056-0872-9   Croce, Giovanni                   Toni
                                            Beati omnes I SATB MATB
EMP0873   M-2056-0873-6   Croce, Giovanni                   SATB
                                            Beatus vir III Toni MATBa
EMP0874   M-2056-0874-3   Croce, Giovanni   Benedictus MATBa MATBa
EMP0875   M-2056-0875-0   Croce, Giovanni                   SATB ATTB
                                            Bonitatem fecisti III Toni
EMP0876   M-2056-0876-7   Croce, Giovanni                   Domine II Toni
                                            Confitebor tibi SATB MATBa
EMP0877   M-2056-0877-4   Croce, Giovanni                   SATB
                                            Confitebor V Toni ATTB
EMP0878   M-2056-0878-1   Croce, Giovanni                   SATB ATTB Secular
                                            Missa Sopra la Battaglia
EMP0879   M-2056-0879-8   Croce, Giovanni                   SATB SATB G
                                            Missa Decantabat populus bc eneral Use
EMP0880   M-2056-0880-4   Croce, Giovanni                   SATB IV
                                            Credidi propter quod MATBa
EMP0881   M-2056-0881-1   Croce, Giovanni                   SATB MTTB
                                            Cum invocarem/In tribulatione (Ps. 4) VIII
EMP0882   M-2056-0882-8   Croce, Giovanni                   SATB MATB
                                            Custodi nos Domine/Sub umbra alarum
EMP0883   M-2056-0883-5   Croce, Giovanni                   SATB
                                            De profundis VI Toni MATB
EMP0884   M-2056-0884-2   Croce, Giovanni                   I Toni
                                            Dixit Dominus SATB AATB
EMP0885   M-2056-0885-9   Croce, Giovanni                   VI Toni
                                            Dixit Dominus SATB MATB
EMP0886   M-2056-0886-6   Croce, Giovanni                   SATB V Toni
                                            Domine probasti me ATTB
EMP0887   M-2056-0887-3   Croce, Giovanni   Musica Sacra (The Sonetti Penitenziali ‘Englished’)
                                                            SSATTB/SATTTB Penitential
EMP0888   M-2056-0888-0   Croce, Giovanni                   SATB ATTB
                                            Ecce nunc benedicite (Ps 133)
EMP0889   M-2056-0889-7   Croce, Giovanni                   – VIII Toni
                                            Falsi bordoni I various
EMP0890   M-2056-0890-3   Croce, Giovanni                   SSATTB/SATTTB Penitential
                                            Septem psalmi poenitentiales (The Sonetti Penitenziali in Latin)
EMP0891   M-2056-0891-0   Croce, Giovanni                   SATB MATBa
                                            In convertendo II Toni
EMP0892   M-2056-0892-7   Croce, Giovanni   In exitu Israel SATB ATTB
EMP0893   M-2056-0893-4   Croce, Giovanni                   (Resp)
                                            In manus tuas SATB MATB
EMP0894   M-2056-0894-1   Croce, Giovanni                   SATB ATTB
                                            In te Domine speravi/In justitia tua
EMP0895   M-2056-0895-8   Croce, Giovanni                   SATB MATB
                                            Jube domne benedicere etc.
EMP0896   M-2056-0896-5   Croce, Giovanni                   SATB MATB
                                            Laetatus sum IV Toni
EMP0897   M-2056-0897-2   Croce, Giovanni                   SATTB
                                            Laetatus sum VI Toni
EMP0898   M-2056-0898-9   Croce, Giovanni                   SATB MATB
                                            Lauda Jerusalem VIII Toni
EMP0899   M-2056-0899-6   Croce, Giovanni                   SATB Toni
                                            Laudate Dominum II MATBa
EMP0900   M-2056-0900-9   Croce, Giovanni                   SATB MATBa
                                            Laudate Dominum quoniam bonus VI Toni
EMP0901   M-2056-0901-6   Croce, Giovanni                           I Toni
                                                    Laudate pueri SATB MATB
EMP0902   M-2056-0902-3   Croce, Giovanni                           III Toni
                                                    Laudate pueri SSAT TTBaB
EMP0903   M-2056-0903-0   Croce, Giovanni                           IV Toni
                                                    Laudate pueri SATB MATB
EMP0904   M-2056-0904-7   Croce, Giovanni                           SATB Toni
                                                    Lauda anima mea III ATTB
EMP0905   M-2056-0905-4   Croce, Giovanni                           SATB
                                                    Legem pone III Toni ATTB
EMP0906   M-2056-0906-1   Croce, Giovanni                           SAATTB
                                                    Magnificat I Toni
EMP0907   M-2056-0907-8   Croce, Giovanni                           SSATTB
                                                    Magnificat II Toni
EMP0908   M-2056-0908-5   Croce, Giovanni                           SSMAABa
                                                    Magnificat III Toni
EMP0909   M-2056-0909-2   Croce, Giovanni                           SAATTB
                                                    Magnificat IV Toni
EMP0910   M-2056-0910-8   Croce, Giovanni                           SATTTB
                                                    Magnificat V Toni
EMP0911   M-2056-0911-5   Croce, Giovanni                           SAATTB
                                                    Magnificat VI Toni
EMP0912   M-2056-0912-2   Croce, Giovanni                           SAATTB
                                                    Magnificat VII Toni
EMP0913   M-2056-0913-9   Croce, Giovanni                            Toni
                                                    Magnificat VIIISSATTB
EMP0914   M-2056-0914-6   Croce, Giovanni                            Toni
                                                    Magnificat VIIITo be established
EMP0915   M-2056-0915-3   Croce, Giovanni                           To
                                                    Magnificat III Tonibe established
EMP0916   M-2056-0916-0   Croce, Giovanni                           SATB ATTB
                                                    Memento Domine VIII Toni
EMP0917   M-2056-0917-7   Croce, Giovanni                            Toni
                                                    Memor esto IIISATB ATTB
EMP0918   M-2056-0918-4   Croce, Giovanni           Miserere mei SATB SATB Passiontide
EMP0919   M-2056-0919-1   Croce, Giovanni                           SATB
                                                    Nisi Dominus V Toni ATTB
EMP0920   M-2056-0920-7   Croce, Giovanni                           SATB
                                                    Nunc dimittis III Toni MATB
EMP0921   M-2056-0921-4   Croce, Giovanni                           SATB ATTB
                                                    Qui habitat/In protectione Dei I Toni
EMP0922   M-2056-0922-1   Croce, Giovanni           Te Deum         SATB ATTB
EMP0923   M-2056-0923-8   Croce, Giovanni                           SATB MATB
                                                    Te lucis ante terminum/Procul recedant
EMP0924   M-2056-0924-5   Croce, Giovanni                           2 equal
                                                    Messe a due baritoni voices
EMP0925   M-2056-0925-2   Croce, Giovanni                           To be established
                                                    Devotissime lamentationi et improperii per la Settimana Santa (160
EMP0926   M-2056-0926-9   Croce, Giovanni                           To per la Settimana Santa (1610)
                                                    Nove lamentationibe established
EMP0927   M-2056-0927-6   Croce, Giovanni                           SATB mille
                                                    Missa Percussit SaulSATB General Use
EMP0928   M-2056-0928-3   Masera, Agostin           Iste sanctus SATB
EMP0929   M-2056-0929-0   Croce, Giovanni                           SATTTB        Penitential
                                                    Musica Sacra 1. Lord, in thy wrath reprove me not (Ps. VI)
EMP0930   M-2056-0930-6   Croce, Giovanni                           SATTTB         they, whose
                                                    Musica Sacra 2. Blessed arePenitential faults (Ps. XXXI)
EMP0931   M-2056-0931-3   Croce, Giovanni                           SSATTB        Penitential
                                                    Musica Sacra 3. Lord, in thine anger (Ps. XXXVII)
EMP0932   M-2056-0932-0   Croce, Giovanni                           SSATTB        Penitential
                                                    Musica Sacra 4. Shew mercy, Lord on me (Ps L)
EMP0933   M-2056-0933-7   Croce, Giovanni                           SATTTB        Penitential
                                                    Musica Sacra 5. Harken, Lord, unto mine humble plainings (Ps. CI)
EMP0934   M-2056-0934-4   Croce, Giovanni                           SSATTB        Penitential
                                                    Musica Sacra 6. From profound center of my heart (Ps CXXIX)
EMP0935   M-2056-0935-1   Croce, Giovanni                           SSATTB        Penitential
                                                    Musica Sacra 7. Listen, O Lord, unto my prostrate prayer (Ps. CXL
EMP0936   M-2056-0936-8   Croce, Giovanni                           SATTTB        Penitential
                                                    Septem psalmi 1. Deus, ne me objurga (Ps. VI)
EMP0937   M-2056-0937-5   Croce, Giovanni                           SATTTB        Penitential
                                                    Septem psalmi 2. Beati qui iniquitatis suae (Ps. XXXI)
EMP0938   M-2056-0938-2   Croce, Giovanni                           SSATTB        Penitential
                                                    Septem psalmi 3. Ne in furore me coerce tuo (Ps. XXXVII)
EMP0939   M-2056-0939-9   Croce, Giovanni                           SSATTB        Penitential
                                                    Septem psalmi 4. Miserere mei, O Deus meus (Ps L)
EMP0940   M-2056-0940-5   Croce, Giovanni                           SATTTB        Penitential
                                                    Septem psalmi 5. Audi, O Domine (Ps. CI)
EMP0941   M-2056-0941-2   Croce, Giovanni                           SSATTB        Penitential
                                                    Septem psalmi 6. De profundis clamavi (Ps CXXIX)
EMP0942   M-2056-0942-9   Croce, Giovanni                           SSATTB        Penitential
                                                    Septem psalmi 7. Audi, O Domine, vocem orantis (Ps. CXLII)
EMP0944   M-2056-0944-3   Croce, Giovanni                           SATTBB (+SATB) bc
                                                    Tres sunt qui testimonium Marian Feasts
EMP0945   M-2056-0945-0   Croce, Giovanni                           SATB mille G
                                                    Missa Percussit SaulSATB bc eneral Use
EMP0946   M-2056-0946-7   Croce, Giovanni                           SATB mille
                                                    Missa Percussit SaulSATB General Use
EMP0947   M-2056-0947-4   Willaert, Adrian          Ove ch’i posi gli occhi
                                                                    SAATTB
EMP0948   M-2056-0948-1   Gabrieli, Andrea                           posi
                                                    Missa Ove ch’iSAATTB          General Use
EMP0949   M-2056-0949-8   Baccusi, Ippolito                         SSATTB
                                                    Missa Quel Rossignuol         General Use
EMP0950   M-2056-0950-4                             Missa           SSSA          General Use
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi daMantovana (Missa sine nomine)
EMP0951   M-2056-0951-1                             Missa           AAAT          General Use
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi daMantovana (Missa sine nomine)
EMP0952   M-2056-0952-8                             Missa           TTTB          General Use
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi daMantovana (Missa sine nomine)
EMP0953   M-2056-0953-5   Wert, Giaches de          Misera! Non credea ch’agli occhi miei (LibroVIII:9-10)
                                                                    TrTrMABa      Secular
EMP0954   M-2056-0954-2   Wert, Giaches de                          TrTrTrABa
                                                    Non e si denso velo (LibroVIII:11)Secular
EMP0955   M-2056-0955-9   Wert, Giaches de                          SMATB             Secular
                                                    Qual musico gentil (LibroVIII:12-16)
EMP0956   M-2056-0956-6   Wert, Giaches de                          SMATB
                                                    Forsennata gridava (LibroVIII:17) Secular
EMP0957   M-2056-0957-3   Wert, Giaches de                          SSATB             Secular
                                                    Non sospirar, pastor (LibroVIII:18)
EMP0958   M-2056-0958-0   Wert, Giaches de                           fiori (LibroVIII:19)
                                                    Questi odorati SSATB              Secular
EMP0959   M-2056-0959-7   Wert, Giaches de          Vener. ch’un giorno avea (LibroVIII:20)
                                                                    SSSTB             Secular
EMP0960   M-2056-0960-3   Wert, Giaches de                          SSATB             Secular
                                                    Con voi giocando Amor (LibroVIII:21)
EMP0961   M-2056-0961-0   Procter, Michael                          SABa
                                                    Ubi caritas et amor               In Cena Domini (Maundy Thursday, G
EMP0962   M-2056-0962-7   Croce, Giovanni                           SATB
                                                    Cantate Domino canticum novum     General Use
EMP0963   M-2056-0963-4   Croce, Giovanni                           SATB sanctis eius Ps.
                                                    Laudate Dominum inSATB Easter 150
EMP0964   M-2056-0964-1   Croce, Giovanni                           SATB SATB St Francis (of Assisi) (October 4)
                                                    Laudans exultet gaudio
EMP0965   M-2056-0965-8   Croce, Giovanni                           SATB SATB St James (July 25)
                                                    Laudans exultet gaudio
EMP0966   M-2056-0966-5   Croce, Giovanni                           SATB SATB Eastertide
                                                    Regina celi letare
EMP0967   M-2056-0967-2   Croce, Giovanni           Lamentations A TTB                In Cena Domini (Maundy Thursday, G
EMP0968   M-2056-0968-9   Croce, Giovanni                           S
                                                    Lamentations B ATB                Good Friday (Karfreitag)
EMP0969   M-2056-0969-6   Croce, Giovanni                           A
                                                    Lamentations CTTB                 Holy Saturday (Easter Eve)(Karsamsta
EMP0973   M-2056-0973-3   Croce, Giovanni           In monte OlivetiSATB              In Cena Domini (Maundy Thursday, G
EMP0974   M-2056-0974-0   Croce, Giovanni                           SATB
                                                    Unus ex discipulis meis           In Cena Domini (Maundy Thursday, G
EMP0975   M-2056-0975-7   Croce, Giovanni                           SATB
                                                    Tenebrae factae sunt              Good Friday (Karfreitag)
EMP0976   M-2056-0976-4   Croce, Giovanni           O vos omnes SATB                  Holy Saturday (Easter Eve)(Karsamsta
EMP0977   M-2056-0977-1   Croce, Giovanni                           SATB
                                                    Tristis est anima mea             In Cena Domini (Maundy Thursday, G
EMP0978   M-2056-0978-8   Croce, Giovanni           Velum templi SATB                 Good Friday (Karfreitag)
EMP0979   M-2056-0979-5                             Surge           SATB SATB Advent
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da illuminare: Et ambulabunt
EMP0980   M-2056-0980-1   Croce, Giovanni                           S
                                                    Incipite Domino ATB SATB
EMP0981   M-2056-0981-8   Gabrieli, Andrea                          SSATTB            Penitential
                                                    Domine exaudi orationem meam (Ps. 142)
EMP0982   M-2056-0982-5   Handel, George Frideric Alexander's Feast Soloists, chorus and orchestra
EMP0983   M-2056-0983-2   Senfl, Ludwig             Miserere mei SATTB                Penitential
EMP0984   M-2056-0984-9   Gabrieli, Andrea                          SAATBB
                                                    Miserere mei Domine               Penitential
EMP0985   M-2056-0985-6   Senfl, Ludwig             Miserere mei SATTB                Penitential
EMP0986   M-2056-0986-3   Croce, Giovanni                           SSATTB            Penitential
                                                    Sonetto 3. Signor, nel tuo furor (Ps. XXXVII)
EMP0987   M-2056-0987-0   Croce, Giovanni                           SSATTB            Penitential
                                                    Sonetto 3. Signor, nel tuo furor (Ps. XXXVII)
EMP0988   M-2056-0988-7   Croce, Giovanni                             meum
                                                    Veni in hortumSATB SATB General Use
EMP0989   M-2056-0989-4   Croce, Giovanni                           SATB SATB General Use
                                                    Deus in adjutorium meum intende
EMP0990   M-2056-0990-0   Croce, Giovanni                           SATTB
                                                    Deus canticum novum
EMP0991   M-2056-0991-7   Croce, Giovanni                            Quem diu
                                                    Qui crederia – SSATTB praestolabar
EMP0992   M-2056-0992-4   Croce, Giovanni                           SSATTB
                                                    Quem diu praestolabar - Qui crederia
EMP0993   M-2056-0993-1   Croce, Giovanni                             mille
                                                    Percussit SaulSATB SATB Sunday after Pentecost
EMP0994   M-2056-0994-8   Croce, Giovanni                           SATB mille G
                                                    Missa Percussit SaulSATB bc eneral Use
EMP0995   M-2056-0995-5   Croce, Giovanni                             mille
                                                    Percussit SaulSATB SATB Sunday after Pentecost
EMP0996   M-2056-0996-2                             Three Motets Op. 38 see separate entries
                          Stanford, Sir Charles (C.V.)              various:          General Use
EMP0997   M-2056-0997-9                             Justorum animae
                          Stanford, Sir Charles (C.V.)              SSATTB            All Saints (November 1)
EMP0998   M-2056-0998-6                             Coelos ascendit hodie
                          Stanford, Sir Charles (C.V.)              SATB SATB Ascension
EMP0999   M-2056-0999-3                             Beati quorum via integra est Feasts of Martyrs
                          Stanford, Sir Charles (C.V.)              SSATTB
EMP1000   M-2056-1000-5   Byrd, William             Missa 3 vocum   ATB               General Use
EMP1001   M-2056-1001-2   Byrd, William             Missa 3 vocum   SAT               General Use
EMP1002   M-2056-1002-9   Byrd, William             Missa 3 vocum   SSA               General Use
EMP1003   M-2056-1003-6   Byrd, William             Missa 3 vocum   TBaB              General Use
EMP1004   M-2056-1004-3   Croce, Giovanni           Buccinate       SATB SATB Ascension
EMP1005   M-2056-1005-0   Croce, Giovanni                           S
                                                    Incipite Domino ATB SATB
EMP1006   M-2056-1006-7   Croce, Giovanni           Omnes gentesSATB SATB Ascension
EMP1007   M-2056-1007-4   Croce, Giovanni                           SATB sanctis eius Ps.
                                                    Laudate Dominum inSATB Easter 150
EMP1008   M-2056-1008-1   Croce, Giovanni                           SATB Deus…Benedicti qui pugnant.
                                                    Benedictus Dominus ATTB
EMP1009   M-2056-1009-8   Croce, Giovanni                            mille
                                                    Percussit SaulSATB SATB Sunday after Pentecost
EMP1010   M-2056-1010-4   Croce, Giovanni                           SATB mille
                                                    Missa Percussit SaulSATB General Use
EMP1011   M-2056-1011-1   Sheppard, John                            ii and iii
                                                    In manus tuas various: see separate entries
EMP1012   M-2056-1012-8                              (Marc'Antonio) SATB SATB
                          Ingegneri, Marco Antonio Two Double-Choir Motets Holy Trinity
EMP1013   M-2056-1013-5   Anon (attrib. Josquin)    De profundis SATB              Penitential
EMP1014   M-2056-1014-2   Various                                   SATB
                                                    Three French Masses            General Use
EMP1015   M-2056-1015-9                             Magnificat Op.SATB org
                          Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Felix               69 No 3       General Use
EMP1016   M-2056-1016-6                             Nectar et ambrosiam
                                                                    SSATTB
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, Orlando di Lasso)    Non-liturgical
EMP1017   M-2056-1017-3                             Nectar et ambrosiam
                                                                    SSATTB
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, Orlando di Lasso)    Non-liturgical
EMP1018   M-2056-1018-0   Croce, Giovanni                           TrMAABa
                                                    Missa Secunda tertii toni
EMP1019   M-2056-1019-7   Croce, Giovanni                           TrMAABa
                                                    Missa Secunda tertii toni
EMP1020   M-2056-1020-3   Byrd, William                             SATBaBa
                                                    Rorate coeli desuper           Votive Mass BVM
EMP1021   M-2056-1021-0                             Vide homo       SSAATTB
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, Orlando di Lasso)    Non-liturgical
EMP1022   M-2056-1022-7                             Vide homo       SSAATTB
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, Orlando di Lasso)    Non-liturgical
EMP1023   M-2056-1023-4   Byrd, William                             SATBaBa
                                                    Rorate coeli desuper           Votive Mass BVM
EMP1024   M-2056-1024-1                             Missa           SSATTB
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi daUt Re Mi Fa             General Use
EMP1025   M-2056-1025-8   Byrd, William                             SSATB
                                                    Rorate coeli desuper           Votive Mass BVM
EMP1026   M-2056-1026-5   Weelkes, Thomas                           SSAATB
                                                    Gloria in excelsis Deo         Christmas
EMP1027   M-2056-1027-2   Weelkes, Thomas                           SSAATB
                                                    Gloria in excelsis Deo         Christmas
EMP1028   M-2056-1028-9   Elgar, Sir Edward                         SATB
                                                    Carol: I sing the birth        Christmas
EMP1029   M-2056-1029-6   Tallis, Thomas                            SATB
                                                    O nata lux de lumine           Transfiguration of the Lord (August 6)
EMP1030   M-2056-1030-2   Procter, Michael                          S
                                                    Ich rufe dich an AB            29th Sunday in Ordinary Time
EMP1031   M-2056-1031-9   Byrd, William                             SSATB
                                                    Alleluia. Ave Maria.           Votive Mass BVM
EMP1032   M-2056-1032-6                             Hodie           SSMA
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi daChristus natus est      Christmas
EMP1033   M-2056-1033-3                             Hodie           TTBB
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi daChristus natus est      Christmas
EMP1034   M-2056-1034-0                             Hodie           SATB
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi daChristus natus est      Christmas
EMP1035   M-2056-1035-7   Byrd, William                             SAABa
                                                    O magnum misterium             Christmas
EMP1036   M-2056-1036-4   Byrd, William                             SAABa
                                                    O magnum misterium             Christmas
EMP1037   M-2056-1037-1   Merulo, Claudio                           SAATTB
                                                    Audi Domine hymnum             Dedication of a Church
EMP1038   M-2056-1038-8   Masera, Agostin           Two antiphonsSMATfor Saints' Days.
EMP1039   M-2056-1039-5   Wood, Charles                              Nunc DimittisGeneral (No. 1)
                                                    Magnificat andSATB org          in Eflat Use
EMP1040   M-2056-1040-1   Weelkes, Thomas                           SSAATB
                                                    Gloria in excelsis Deo         Christmas
EMP1041   M-2056-1041-8   Croce, Giovanni           Godi felice seno               SATB
                                                                    SATB SMABa Secular
EMP1042   M-2056-1042-5   Croce, Giovanni                           SATTB
                                                    Descendi in hortum meum Assumption BVM (August 15)
EMP1043   M-2056-1043-2   Croce, Giovanni                           SATB SATB All Saints (November 1)
                                                    Laudans exultet gaudio
EMP1044   M-2056-1044-9   Croce, Giovanni                           SSATB
                                                    Egredimini et videte           Conception of BVM (December 8)
EMP1045   M-2056-1045-6   Parsons, Robert                           MTTTB
                                                    Peccantem me quotidie          Office of the Dead
EMP1046   M-2056-1046-3   Campra, Andre                             Strings 5 parts,
                                                    Suite Les festes Venitiennes optional oboe and basson.
EMP1047   M-2056-1047-0   Campra, Andre                             Strings 5 parts,
                                                    Suite Les festes Venitiennes optional oboe and basson.
EMP1048   M-2056-1048-7   Campra, Andre                             Strings 5 parts,
                                                    Suite Les festes Venitiennes optional oboe and basson.
EMP1049   M-2056-1049-4   Byrd, William                             SATTB
                                                    Emendemus in melius            Ash Wednesday
EMP1050   M-2056-1050-0   Croce, Giovanni                           SATB
                                                    Gaudeamus omnes SATB All Saints (November 1)
EMP1052   M-2056-1052-4                             Lamentations III (Sat.) LectioHoly Saturday (Easter Eve)(Karsamsta
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da         SSATTB           III
EMP1053   M-2056-1053-1                             Lamentations III (Sat.) LectioHoly Saturday (Easter Eve)(Karsamsta
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da         SSATTB           III
EMP1057   M-2056-1057-9                             Lamentations III (Sat.) LectioHoly Saturday (Easter Eve)(Karsamsta
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da         SSATTB           III
EMP1058   M-2056-1058-6                                             es et dies (IV)Lent
                          Whyte or White, Robert Christe qui luxSSATB
EMP1059   M-2056-1059-3                                             SATB SATB General Use
                          Victoria, Tomas Luis de Laudate Dominum omnes gentes
EMP1060   M-2056-1060-9                                             SATB SATB General Use
                          Victoria, Tomas Luis de Laudate Dominum omnes gentes
EMP1065   M-2056-1065-4   Lechner, Leonhard                         ATTB
                                                    Passion according to St John   Good Friday (Karfreitag)
EMP1069   M-2056-1069-2                                             SATB
                          Ockeghem, Jehan (Jean)Missa Cuiusvis toni: Kyrie General Use
EMP1072   M-2056-1072-2                             Mira loquor SATTB STTBaB
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, Orlando di Lasso)    Non-liturgical
EMP1073   M-2056-1073-9   Donato, Baldassare                        SATTB
                                                    Emendemus in melius            Lent
EMP1074   M-2056-1074-6   Donato, Baldassare                         SAATTB
                                                    Non turbetur cor vestrum       Ascension
EMP1075   M-2056-1075-3   Cavalli, Francesco        In convertendo   SSTTB, bc Feasts of Apostles
EMP1076   M-2056-1076-0   Vaccai, Nicola                             voice, pno
                                                    Guardami in viso o Clori       Secular
EMP1077   M-2056-1077-7   Merulo, Claudio                            SAATTB
                                                    Magna enim sunt iudicia tua Summer
EMP1078   M-2056-1078-4   Monteverdi, Claudio                        SSATTB        Marian Feasts
                                                    Missa Sanctissimae Virgini (Missa In illo tempore)
EMP1079   M-2056-1079-1   Monteverdi, Claudio                        SSATTB        Marian Feasts
                                                    Missa Sanctissimae Virgini (Missa In illo tempore)
EMP1080   M-2056-1080-7   Monteverdi, Claudio                        SSATTB        Marian Feasts
                                                    Missa Sanctissimae Virgini (Missa In illo tempore)
EMP1081   M-2056-1081-4                             Mira loquor SATTB STTBaB
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, Orlando di Lasso)    Non-liturgical
EMP1082   M-2056-1082-1                             Christus resurgens
                                                                     SSATB
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, Orlando di Lasso)    Easter
EMP1083   M-2056-1083-8                             Christus resurgens
                                                                     SSATB
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, Orlando di Lasso)    Easter
EMP1084   M-2056-1084-5   Monteverdi, Claudio       Beatus vir II SATTB,bc         General Use
EMP1085   M-2056-1085-2   Monteverdi, Claudio                                      General Use
                                                    Confitebor I atb, SSA(A)T(T)B(B), organ
EMP1086   M-2056-1086-9   Monteverdi, Claudio       Credidi                        G
                                                                     SATB ATTB bc eneral Use
EMP1087   M-2056-1087-6                              (Marc'Antonio)
                          Ingegneri, Marco Antonio O quam suavis     SATB SATB Corpus Christi
EMP1088   M-2056-1088-3                              (Marc'Antonio)  SATB
                          Ingegneri, Marco Antonio O sacrum convivium SATB Corpus Christi
EMP1089   M-2056-1089-0                              (Marc'Antonio)Babilonis
                          Ingegneri, Marco Antonio Super flumina SATB ATTB General Use
EMP1090   M-2056-1090-6   Donato, Baldassare                         Mater Dei
                                                    Ave Maria...O SATTB            General Use
EMP1091   M-2056-1091-3                             Stabat           SATB SATB Seven Sorrows of Mary (Maria perdole
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da Mater dolorosa
EMP1092   M-2056-1092-0   Gabrieli, Giovanni        Miserere 1597SATBaBaB
EMP1093   M-2056-1093-7   Victoria, Tomas Luis de Missa Gaudeamus    SSATTB
EMP1094   M-2056-1094-4   Donato, Baldassare        Hei mihi Domine  SATTB         Penitential
EMP1095   M-2056-1095-1   Merulo, Claudio                            Mater Dei
                                                    Ave Maria...O SATTB            General Use
EMP1096   M-2056-1096-8   Morales, Cristobal de     Jubilate Deo SAATTB            Non-liturgical
EMP1097   M-2056-1097-5                                              SSATTB
                          Victoria, Tomas Luis de Missa Gaudeamus and Jubilate Deo
EMP1098   M-2056-1098-2   Massaino, Tiburzio                         SATTB
                                                    *Se volge il caro sguardo      Secular
EMP1100   M-2056-1100-2   Monteverdi, Claudio                        SATB
                                                    Messa da cappella II (1650) General Use
EMP1102   M-2056-1102-6                              (Marc'Antonio)  SATB
                          Ingegneri, Marco Antonio Agimus tibi gratias             Non-liturgical
EMP1103   M-2056-1103-3                              (Marc'Antonio)  SATB
                          Ingegneri, Marco Antonio Agimus tibi gratias             Non-liturgical
EMP1104   M-2056-1104-0                              (Marc'Antonio)
                          Ingegneri, Marco Antonio Salve regina SATB               Holy Trinity to the Saturday before Adv
EMP1105   M-2056-1105-7   Pearsall, Robert Lucas Salve Regina SATB                 Holy Trinity to the Saturday before Adv
EMP1106   M-2056-1106-4   Handl, Jakob (Gallus)     Regnum mundi     SATB          Feasts of Virgins
EMP1107   M-2056-1107-1   Cavalli, Francesco        Salve Regina SATB,bc           Holy Trinity to the Saturday before Adv
EMP1108   M-2056-1108-8                             Salve regina SATB
                          Rivafrecha, Martin de (Rivaflecha)                       Holy Trinity to the Saturday before Adv
EMP1114   M-2056-1114-9   Gabrieli, Andrea                           SATTBaB
                                                    Miserere mei Domine            Penitential
EMP1115   M-2056-1115-6   Gabrieli, Andrea                           SATTBaB
                                                    Miserere mei Domine            Penitential
EMP1116   M-2056-1116-3   Gabrieli, Andrea                           SSATBB
                                                    Missa Pater peccavi            General Use
EMP1118   M-2056-1118-7                             Ego
                          Clemens non Papa, Jacobus flos campi SATTBBS             General Use
EMP1123   M-2056-1123-1                             Justorum animae  SSATB         All
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, Orlando di Lasso) Saints (November 1)
EMP1124   M-2056-1124-8   Isaac, Heinrich                            SATB
                                                    De Apostolis Officium          Feasts of Apostles
EMP1125   M-2056-1125-5                             Musica Dei donum optimi Non-liturgical
                                                                     SSATTB
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, Orlando di Lasso)
EMP1126   M-2056-1126-2                             Musica Dei donum optimi Non-liturgical
                                                                     SSATTB
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, Orlando di Lasso)
EMP1127   M-2056-1127-9   Senfl, Ludwig             De profundis SATTB             Penitential
EMP1128   M-2056-1128-6   Clemens non Papa, Jacobus Sanctus          5 equal voices
EMP1129   M-2056-1129-3                             Ego
                          Clemens non Papa, Jacobus flos campi SATTBBS             General Use
EMP1130   M-2056-1130-9                             A las cinco de 10 voices, SSSAATTBBB
                          Martinez, Odaline de la (Caridad)          las tarde     Secular
EMP1132   M-2056-1132-3   Procter, Michael                                         28th beachten
                                                    Würdest du, Herr, uns’re Sünden Sunday in Ordinary Time
                                                                     SAB
EMP1133   M-2056-1133-0                             Justorum animae  SSATB         All
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, Orlando di Lasso) Saints (November 1)
EMP1136   M-2056-1136-1   Croce, Giovanni           O viri Veneti SATTB (+SATB) bc Assumption BVM (August 15)
EMP1137   M-2056-1137-8   Croce, Giovanni                                          Marian
                                                    Incipite Virgini SMATTB (+SATB) bc Feasts
EMP1138   M-2056-1138-5   Croce, Giovanni                            ATB (+SATB) Holy Name of Jesus (Sunday between
                                                    Sit nomen Domini benedictum     bc
EMP1139   M-2056-1139-2   Croce, Giovanni           Sacre cantilene concertate 1610
EMP1140   M-2056-1140-8   Croce, Giovanni           Sacre cantilene concertate 1610
EMP1142   M-2056-1142-2                             Resonet in laudibus
                                                                   SATBaB
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, Orlando di Lasso)   Christmas
EMP1143   M-2056-1143-9   Procter, Michael                         unison         Conception of BVM (December 8)
                                                    Von Herzen will ich mich freuen
EMP1145   M-2056-1145-3   Sheppard, John                           SATTBB
                                                    Te lucis ante terminum
EMP1146   M-2056-1146-0   Croce, Giovanni                          SATTTB          gl'umil miei
                                                    Sonetto 5. Esaudisci, Signor,Penitential preghi (Ps. CI)
EMP1147   M-2056-1147-7   Croce, Giovanni                          SSATTB          le mie preghiere(Ps. CXLII)
                                                    Sonetto 7. Esaudisci, Signor,Penitential
EMP1148   M-2056-1148-4                             Lamentations Liber III
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da        various        Holy Saturday (Easter Eve)(Karsamsta
EMP1149   M-2056-1149-1   Sheppard, John                            ii
                                                    In manus tuas AATB
EMP1150   M-2056-1150-7   De Monte, Philippe                       Babilonis
                                                    Super flumina SATB SATB General Use
EMP1151   M-2056-1151-4   De Monte, Philippe                       Babilonis
                                                    Super flumina SATB SATB General Use
EMP1170   M-2056-1170-5                                            ATBaB          In Cena Domini
                          Victoria, Tomas Luis de Amicus meus (In Coena Domini Resp. IV) (Maundy Thursday, G
EMP1171   M-2056-1171-2                                            AATB           In Cena          (Maundy
                          Victoria, Tomas Luis de Judas mercator pessimus (In Coena Domini Resp. V) Thursday, G
EMP1172   M-2056-1172-9                                            ATBaB          In Cena Domini (Maundy
                          Victoria, Tomas Luis de Unus ex discipulis meis (In Coena Domini Resp. VI) Thursday, G
EMP1173   M-2056-1173-6                                            ATBaB           Domini Domini (Maundy Thursday, G
                          Victoria, Tomas Luis de Eram quasi agnus (In CoenaIn Cena Resp. VII)
EMP1174   M-2056-1174-3                                            AATB           In Cena Domini (Maundy Thursday, G
                          Victoria, Tomas Luis de Una hora (In Coena Domini Resp. VIII)
EMP1175   M-2056-1175-0                                            ATBaB          In Cena Domini
                          Victoria, Tomas Luis de Seniores populi (In Coena Domini Resp. IX) (Maundy Thursday, G
EMP1176   M-2056-1176-7                                            ATBaB          Good Friday (Karfreitag)
                          Victoria, Tomas Luis de Tamquam ad latronem (In Parasceve Resp. IV)
EMP1177   M-2056-1177-4                                            AATB           Good Friday (Karfreitag)
                          Victoria, Tomas Luis de Tenebrae factae sunt (In Parasceve Resp. V)
EMP1178   M-2056-1178-1                                            ATBaB          Good Friday (Karfreitag)
                          Victoria, Tomas Luis de Animam meam dilectam (In Parasceve Resp. VI)
EMP1179   M-2056-1179-8                                            ATBaB          Good Friday
                          Victoria, Tomas Luis de Tradiderunt me (In Parasceve Resp. VII) (Karfreitag)
EMP1180   M-2056-1180-4                                             impius        Good Friday (Karfreitag)
                          Victoria, Tomas Luis de Jesum tradidit AATB (In Parasceve Resp. VIII)
EMP1181   M-2056-1181-1                                            ATBaB          Good Friday (Karfreitag)
                          Victoria, Tomas Luis de Caligaverunt oculi mei (In Parasceve Resp. IX)
EMP1182   M-2056-1182-8                                            ATBaB          Holy Saturday (Easter
                          Victoria, Tomas Luis de Recessit pastor noster (Sabbato sancto Resp. IV) Eve)(Karsamsta
EMP1183   M-2056-1183-5                                            AATB           Holy Saturday (Easter Eve)(Karsamsta
                          Victoria, Tomas Luis de O vos omnes (Sabbato sancto Resp. V)
EMP1184   M-2056-1184-2                                            ATBaB          Holy Saturday (Easter Eve)(Karsamsta
                          Victoria, Tomas Luis de Ecce quomodo moritur justus (Sabbato sancto Resp. VI)
EMP1185   M-2056-1185-9                                            ATBaB          Holy Saturday (Easter
                          Victoria, Tomas Luis de Astiterunt reges terrae (Sabbato sancto Resp. VII) Eve)(Karsamsta
EMP1186   M-2056-1186-6                                            AATB           Holy Resp. VIII)
                          Victoria, Tomas Luis de Aestimatus sum (Sabbato sancto Saturday (Easter Eve)(Karsamsta
EMP1187   M-2056-1187-3                                            ATBaB          Holy Resp. IX)
                          Victoria, Tomas Luis de Sepulto Domino (Sabbato sancto Saturday (Easter Eve)(Karsamsta
EMP1192   M-2056-1192-7   Cornysh, William                         ATBaB
                                                    Ave Maria mater Dei           General Use
EMP1193   M-2056-1193-4                                            SATB           In Cena Domini
                          Victoria, Tomas Luis de Amicus meus (In Coena Domini Resp. IV) (Maundy Thursday, G
EMP1194   M-2056-1194-1                                            SSAT           In Cena          (Maundy
                          Victoria, Tomas Luis de Judas mercator pessimus (In Coena Domini Resp. V) Thursday, G
EMP1195   M-2056-1195-8                                            SATB           In Cena Domini (Maundy
                          Victoria, Tomas Luis de Unus ex discipulis meis (In Coena Domini Resp. VI) Thursday, G
EMP1196   M-2056-1196-5                                            SATB            Domini Domini (Maundy Thursday, G
                          Victoria, Tomas Luis de Eram quasi agnus (In CoenaIn Cena Resp. VII)
EMP1197   M-2056-1197-2                                            SSAT           In Cena Domini (Maundy Thursday, G
                          Victoria, Tomas Luis de Una hora (In Coena Domini Resp. VIII)
EMP1198   M-2056-1198-9                                            SATB           In Cena Domini
                          Victoria, Tomas Luis de Seniores populi (In Coena Domini Resp. IX) (Maundy Thursday, G
EMP1199   M-2056-1199-6                                            SATB           Good Friday (Karfreitag)
                          Victoria, Tomas Luis de Tamquam ad latronem (In Parasceve Resp. IV)
EMP1200   M-2056-1200-9                                            SSAT           Good Friday (Karfreitag)
                          Victoria, Tomas Luis de Tenebrae factae sunt (In Parasceve Resp. V)
EMP1201   M-2056-1201-6                                            SATB           Good Friday (Karfreitag)
                          Victoria, Tomas Luis de Animam meam dilectam (In Parasceve Resp. VI)
EMP1202   M-2056-1202-3                                            SATB           Good Friday
                          Victoria, Tomas Luis de Tradiderunt me (In Parasceve Resp. VII) (Karfreitag)
EMP1203   M-2056-1203-0                                             impius        Good Friday (Karfreitag)
                          Victoria, Tomas Luis de Jesum tradidit SSAT (In Parasceve Resp. VIII)
EMP1204   M-2056-1204-7                                            SATB           Good Friday (Karfreitag)
                          Victoria, Tomas Luis de Caligaverunt oculi mei (In Parasceve Resp. IX)
EMP1205   M-2056-1205-4                                            SATB           Holy Saturday (Easter
                          Victoria, Tomas Luis de Recessit pastor noster (Sabbato sancto Resp. IV) Eve)(Karsamsta
EMP1206   M-2056-1206-1                                            SSAT           Holy Saturday (Easter Eve)(Karsamsta
                          Victoria, Tomas Luis de O vos omnes (Sabbato sancto Resp. V)
EMP1207   M-2056-1207-8                                            SATB           Holy Saturday (Easter Eve)(Karsamsta
                          Victoria, Tomas Luis de Ecce quomodo moritur justus (Sabbato sancto Resp. VI)
EMP1208   M-2056-1208-5                                            SATB           Holy Saturday (Easter
                          Victoria, Tomas Luis de Astiterunt reges terrae (Sabbato sancto Resp. VII) Eve)(Karsamsta
EMP1209   M-2056-1209-2                                            SSAT           Holy Resp. VIII)
                          Victoria, Tomas Luis de Aestimatus sum (Sabbato sancto Saturday (Easter Eve)(Karsamsta
EMP1210   M-2056-1210-8                                            SATB           Holy Resp. IX)
                          Victoria, Tomas Luis de Sepulto Domino (Sabbato sancto Saturday (Easter Eve)(Karsamsta
EMP1211   M-2056-1211-5                                            Alternating    Triduum AATB
                          Victoria, Tomas Luis de Tenebrae Responsories ATBaB and sacrum (Holy Week)
EMP1212   M-2056-1212-2                                            Alternating    Triduum sacrum
                          Victoria, Tomas Luis de Tenebrae Responsories SATB and SSAT (Holy Week)
EMP1213   M-2056-1213-9                                            Alternating In In Cena AATB
                                                                                  Coena Domini
                          Victoria, Tomas Luis de Tenebrae Responsories - ATBaB andDomini (Maundy Thursday, G
EMP1214   M-2056-1214-6                                            Alternating In In Cena SSAT
                                                                                  Coena Domini
                          Victoria, Tomas Luis de Tenebrae Responsories - SATB andDomini (Maundy Thursday, G
EMP1215   M-2056-1215-3                                            Alternating In Good Friday (Karfreitag)
                                                                                  Parasceve
                          Victoria, Tomas Luis de Tenebrae Responsories - ATBaB and AATB
EMP1216   M-2056-1216-0                                            Alternating In Good Friday (Karfreitag)
                                                                                  Parasceve
                          Victoria, Tomas Luis de Tenebrae Responsories - SATB and SSAT
EMP1217   M-2056-1217-7                                             Alternating Sabbato Sancto (Easter Eve)(Karsamsta
                                                                                  Holy Saturday
                          Victoria, Tomas Luis de Tenebrae Responsories - ATBaB and AATB
EMP1218   M-2056-1218-4                                             Alternating Sabbato sancto
                                                                                  Holy Saturday
                          Victoria, Tomas Luis de Tenebrae Responsories - SATB and SSAT (Easter Eve)(Karsamsta
EMP1219   M-2056-1219-1                             Two
                          Henry VIII, King of England three-partATB  songs        Secular
EMP1220   M-2056-1220-7                                             SSAATB        In Cena
                          Victoria, Tomas Luis de Lamentations for Maundy Thursday Domini (Maundy Thursday, G
EMP1221   M-2056-1221-4   Gabrieli, Andrea                          SAATBB        General
                                                    Missa super Vexilla regis prodeunt Use
EMP1222   M-2056-1222-1   Pederson, Mogens          Ad te levavi SSATB            Non-liturgical
EMP1223   M-2056-1223-8                             Vexilla regis Orlando
                                                                    SAATBB
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, prodeuntdi Lasso)   Passiontide
EMP1224   M-2056-1224-5   Victoria, Tomas Luis de O magnum mysteriumSATB          Christmas
EMP1225   M-2056-1225-2                                             SATB
                          Victoria, Tomas Luis de O quam gloriosum est            All Saints (November 1)
EMP1227   M-2056-1227-6                                             SSAATB
                          Victoria, Tomas Luis de Lamentations for Good Friday    Good Friday (Karfreitag)
EMP1228   M-2056-1228-3                                             SSATTB        Holy
                          Victoria, Tomas Luis de Lamentations for Holy (or Easter) Saturday (Easter Eve)(Karsamsta
EMP1229   M-2056-1229-0                                             SSATTB        Holy
                          Victoria, Tomas Luis de Lamentations for Holy (or Easter) Saturday (Easter Eve)(Karsamsta
EMP1230   M-2056-1230-6                                             SSAATTBB Triduum sacrum (Holy Week)
                          Victoria, Tomas Luis de Lamentations (complete)
EMP1231   M-2056-1231-3   Mouton, Jean                              ATBaB
                                                    Domine salvum fac regem Non-liturgical
EMP1233   M-2056-1233-7   Hassler, Hans Leo                         SMAT SATB
                                                    Veni Domine et noli tardare Advent
EMP1234   M-2056-1234-4   Pederson, Mogens          Deus misereatur SATTB         Non-liturgical
EMP1235   M-2056-1235-1   Pederson, Mogens                          SATTB
                                                    Laudate Dominum in coelis Non-liturgical
EMP1236   M-2056-1236-8   Procter, Michael                          SAB
                                                    Verschaff mir Recht O Gott Passion Sunday (5th Sunday in Lent)
EMP1237   M-2056-1237-5   Hassler, Hans Leo         Cantate Domino                General
                                                                    ATTB SATB TrSMT Use
EMP1238   M-2056-1238-2   Hassler, Hans Leo                         SSAATTB
                                                    O sacrum convivium            Corpus Christi
EMP1239   M-2056-1239-9                                             Babilonis
                          Victoria, Tomas Luis de Super flumina SSTBa ATBaB
EMP1240   M-2056-1240-5   Guggomoos, Gallus                         SSATB
                                                    Hodie completi sunt           Pentecost (Whitsun)
EMP1242   M-2056-1242-9   Hassler, Hans Leo                         SATB
                                                    Missa II (Missa secunda)      Eucharist
EMP1243   M-2056-1243-6   Aichinger, Gregor                         SATB SATB Holy Innocents (December 28)
                                                    Cantabant Sancti canticum novum
EMP1244   M-2056-1244-3   Aichinger, Gregor                         Deus
                                                    Miserere mei, SAATB SAATB     Penitential
EMP1245   M-2056-1245-0                                             SSATTB
                          Victoria, Tomas Luis de Missa Vidi speciosam            Eucharist
EMP1246   M-2056-1246-7                             Magnificat Dessus le di Lasso)
                                                                    SSATTB         d'Arras
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandus Lassus, Orlando marchéGeneral Use
EMP1247   M-2056-1247-4   Procter, Michael                          SAB
                                                    Ihr Männer von Galiläa        Ascension
EMP1248   M-2056-1248-1   Gabrieli, Giovanni                                      Non-liturgical
                                                    In ecclesiis a 14: see description
EMP1249   M-2056-1249-8   Gabrieli, Giovanni                                      Ascension
                                                    Omnes gentesa 16: see description
EMP1250   M-2056-1250-4   Byrd, William             Missa 3 vocum   TTB           General Use
EMP1251   M-2056-1251-1   Gabrieli, Giovanni                        a 14: see     General
                                                    Magnificat a 14 (1615) description Use
EMP1252   M-2056-1252-8   Procter, Michael                          SATB
                                                    Ich will in Gerechtigkeit     15th Sunday in Ordinary Time
EMP1253   M-2056-1253-5   Gabrieli, Giovanni                                      Non-liturgical
                                                    In ecclesiis a 14: see description
EMP1254   M-2056-1254-2   Croce, Giovanni           Veni Domine SAATB             Advent
EMP1255   M-2056-1255-9   Gabrieli, Giovanni                        SMABa
                                                    O magnum mysterium ATTB Christmas
EMP1256   M-2056-1256-6   Gabrieli, Giovanni                        SMAT 1597
                                                    O Jesu mi dulcissimeATTB Christmas
EMP1257   M-2056-1257-3   Croce, Giovanni           Veni Domine SAATB             Advent
EMP1258   M-2056-1258-0   Gabrieli, Giovanni                        Domine a 13 (1615)
                                                                                  Office
                                                    Confitebor tibi a 13: see description of the Dead
EMP1259   M-2056-1259-7   Gabrieli, Giovanni                        1597
                                                    Magnificat a 8 SMAT ATTB General Use
EMP1260   M-2056-1260-3   Byrd, William             Unam petii      SATTB         Penitential
EMP1261   M-2056-1261-0   Gabrieli, Giovanni                        SATB est
                                                    Hodie Christus natusSATB Christmas
EMP1262   M-2056-1262-7                             De Lassus, Pen. Ps. VI
                                                                    SATTB
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandusprofundis Orlando di Lasso)  Penitential
EMP1263   M-2056-1263-4                             De Lassus, Pen. Ps. VI
                                                                    SATTB
                          Lassus, Roland de (Orlandusprofundis Orlando di Lasso)  Penitential
EMP1264   M-2056-1264-1   Victoria, Tomas Luis de Iste sanctus SATB               Feasts of Martyrs
EMP1265   M-2056-1265-8   Victoria, Tomas Luis de Gaudent in coelis SATB          Feasts of Martyrs
EMP1268   M-2056-1268-9   Victoria, Tomas Luis de Nunc dimittis SATB              General Use
EMP1269   M-2056-1269-6   Victoria, Tomas Luis de O sacrum conviviumSATB          Corpus Christi
EMP1270   M-2056-1270-2                                             SATB          Corpus Christi
                          Victoria, Tomas Luis de Missa Quarti toni (Missa super Senex puerum portabat)
EMP1271   M-2056-1271-9   Victoria, Tomas Luis de Senex puerumSATB   portabat     Purification BVM, Candlemas, Presen
EMP1273   M-2056-1273-3   Gabrieli, Giovanni                        a 14: see description
                                                    In ecclesiis: chorus score Non-liturgical
EMP1274   M-2056-1274-0   Gabrieli, Giovanni                        Four a 16 (1615)
                                                    Exaudi me Domine choirs Office of the Dead
EMP1275   M-2056-1275-7   Gabrieli, Giovanni                          12: see description of the Dead
                                                    Exaudi Deus aa12 (1615)        Office
EMP1276   M-2056-1276-4   Gabrieli, Giovanni                         10 (1615)     Office
                                                    Jubilate Deo aa 10: see description of the Dead
EMP1277   M-2056-1277-1   Hassler, Hans Leo                         a 18:          Eastertide
                                                    Congratulamini a 18see description
EMP1278   M-2056-1278-8   Gabrieli, Giovanni                        a a see        Assumption BVM (August 15)
                                                    O quam gloriosa16:16 description
EMP1279   M-2056-1279-5   Hassler, Hans Leo                          gloriam Dei a General
                                                                                    13
                                                    Coeli enarrant a 13: see description Use
EMP1285   M-2056-1285-6   Hassler, Hans Leo                          15            Christmas
                                                    Jubilate Deo aa 15: see description
EMP1286   M-2056-1286-3   Hassler, Hans Leo                         a 12: see      General
                                                    Missa sine nomine a 12 description Use
EMP1287   M-2056-1287-0   Gabrieli, Giovanni                        SSAATBaB Corpus Christi
                                                    O quam suavis 1597
EMP1288   M-2056-1288-7   Gabrieli, Giovanni                        SSAATBaB Corpus Christi
                                                    O quam suavis 1597
EMP1289   M-2056-1289-4   Gabrieli, Giovanni                        SMABa
                                                    O magnum mysterium ATTB Christmas
EMP1290   M-2056-1290-0   Gibbons, Orlando                          SSAATB
                                                    Lift up your heads O ye gates  Advent
EMP1291   M-2056-1291-7   Isaac, Heinrich                           SSATBB         Easter
                                                    Christ ist erstanden. This version is set a third lower than the origin
EMP1292   M-2056-1292-4   Isaac, Heinrich                           SSATBB         Easter
                                                    Christ ist erstanden. This version is set a fourth lower than the origi
EMP1293   M-2056-1293-1   Hassler, Hans Leo                          5
                                                    Jubilate Deo aSSATB            General Use
EMP1294   M-2056-1294-8   Gabrieli, Giovanni                         Maria
                                                    Beata es virgoSSATBB           Marian Feasts
EMP1295   M-2056-1295-5   Gabrieli, Giovanni                        SAATTBB (bc)   M
                                                    Sancta Maria succurre miseris arian Feasts
EMP1296   M-2056-1296-2   Gabrieli, Giovanni                         10
                                                    Quis est iste aTrSMAT ATBaBB   Non-liturgical
EMP1297   M-2056-1297-9   Byrd, William             Missa 4 vocum   ATBB           General Use
EMP1298   M-2056-1298-6   Monteverdi, Claudio                       SATB
                                                    Messa da cappella II (1650) General Use
EMP1299   M-2056-1299-3                             Lamentations III (Fri.)
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da         various        Good Friday (Karfreitag)
EMP1300   M-2056-1300-6                             Lamentations Book III (GoodGood Friday (Karfreitag)
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da         SATTB            Friday)
EMP1301   M-2056-1301-3                             Lamentations Book III (GoodGood Friday (Karfreitag)
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da         SATTB            Friday)
EMP1302   M-2056-1302-0                             Lamentations Book III (GoodGood Friday (Karfreitag)
                          Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da         SSATTB           Friday)
EMP1303   M-2056-1303-7   Hassler, Hans Leo                         SATB
                                                    Ite in universum mundum Ascension
EMP1304   M-2056-1304-4   Hassler, Hans Leo                         SATB
                                                    Deus in nomine tuo             General Use
EMP1305   M-2056-1305-1   Hassler, Hans Leo         Tu es Petrus SATB              SS Peter and Paul (June 29)
EMP1306   M-2056-1306-8   Gabrieli, Giovanni        Cantate Domino  SAATTB         Non-liturgical
EMP1307   M-2056-1307-5   Gabrieli, Giovanni        Exaudi Domine   SAATTB         Penitential
EMP1308   M-2056-1308-2   Hassler, Hans Leo         Laudate Dominum SATB           General Use
EMP1309   M-2056-1309-9   Tomkins, Thomas                           SSSAAATTTBBB   General Use
                                                    O praise the Lord, all ye heathen
EMP1310   M-2056-1310-5   Tomkins, Thomas                           SSSAAATTTBBB   General Use
                                                    O praise the Lord, all ye heathen
EMP1313   M-2056-1313-6   Hassler, Hans Leo                          5
                                                    Jubilate Deo aSSATB            General Use
EMP1314   M-2056-1314-3   Hassler, Hans Leo                         SATB
                                                    Ite in universum mundum Ascension
CQE4000   M-2056-4000-2   Croce, Giovanni                           SAATB SAATB
                                                    Croce Quatercentenary Edition
CQE4001   M-2056-4001-9   Croce, Giovanni           Vol.I - Messe a 5 e 6 voci 1596/1599
CQE4002   M-2056-4002-6   Croce, Giovanni           Vol.II - Messe a 8 voci
CQE4003   M-2056-4003-3   Croce, Giovanni           Vol.III - Salmi che si cantano a terza…1596
CQE4004   M-2056-4004-0   Croce, Giovanni           Vol.IV - Vespertina 1597
CQE4005   M-2056-4005-7   Croce, Giovanni           Vol.V - Magnificat omnium tonorum, 6vv (1605)
CQE4006   M-2056-4006-4   Croce, Giovanni           Vol.VI - Compieta, 8vv (1591)
CQE4007   M-2056-4007-1   Croce, Giovanni           Vol.VII - Lamentationi I e II
CQE4008   M-2056-4008-8   Croce, Giovanni           Vol.VIII - Cantiones Sacrae
CQE4009   M-2056-4009-5   Croce, Giovanni           Vol.IX - Motetti 4 voci
CQE4010   M-2056-4010-1   Croce, Giovanni           Vol.X - Motetti 8 voci I
CQE4011   M-2056-4011-8   Croce, Giovanni           Vol.XI - Motetti 8 voci II
CQE4012   M-2056-4012-5   Croce, Giovanni           Vol.XII - Sacre cantilene
CQE4013   M-2056-4013-2   Croce, Giovanni           Vol.XIII - Sonetti Penitenziali and sacred madrigals
CQE4014   M-2056-4014-9   Croce, Giovanni           Vol.XIV - Works preserved in manuscripts and anthologies
              Function       Publisher   Editor        Method          Price (€)
              Vesper CanticleProcter                   Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                   3.50
                             P
              Mary Sequence rocter                     Manuscript edition 1.00
                                         Michael Procter
                             P
              Mary Sequence rocter                     Manuscript edition 1.00
                                         Michael Procter
              Motet general Procter                    Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                   2.00
              Mass Propers Procter                     Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                   6.50
              Motet general Procter                    Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                   2.00
              Choral-Motet Procter                     Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                   2.00
              Offertorium Procter                      Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                   2.00
              Motet general Procter                    Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                   2.00
              Motet general Procter                    Manuscript edition 2.50
                                         Michael Procter
              Motet general Procter                    Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                   4.80
              Hymn           Procter                   Manuscript edition 1.50
                                         Michael Procter
              Marian AntiphonProcter                   Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                   2.00
              Non-liturgical Procter                   Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                   2.00
                             Procter                   Other
                                         Michael Procter            No longer available
              Vesper Psalm Beauchamp                   Finale
                                         Michael Procter                   5.90
              Vesper Psalm Beauchamp                   Finale
                                         Michael Procter                   4.80
              Vesper Psalm Beauchamp                   Finale
                                         Michael Procter                   4.80
              Vesper Psalm Beauchamp                   Finale
                                         Michael Procter                   2.00
              Vesper Psalm Beauchamp                   Finale
                                         Michael Procter                   3.50
              Vesper CanticleBeauchamp                 Finale
                                         Michael Procter                   4.80
              Non-liturgical Procter                   Finale
                                         Michael Procter                   4.80
                             Procter                   Other
                                         Michael Procter                  10.00
                             Procter                   Other
                                         Michael Procter                  10.00
              Motet general Procter                    Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                   3.50
              Motet general Procter                    Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                   3.50
              Motet general Beauchamp                  Finale
                                         Michael Procter                   1.20
              Marian AntiphonProcter     John Milne    Finale              2.50
              Mass OrdinaryBeauchamp     John Milne    Finale              6.00
              Sequence       Procter                   Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                   2.00
              Hymn           Procter                   Manuscript edition 1.50
                                         Michael Procter
              Hymn           Procter                   Manuscript edition 1.50
                                         Michael Procter
              Motet general Procter                    Manuscript edition 2.00
                                         Michael Procter
              Mass OrdinaryProcter                     Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                   4.80
              Motet general Procter                    Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                   3.50
                             Beauchamp                 Finale
                                         Michael Procter                   2.50
                             Beauchamp                 Finale
                                         Michael Procter                   1.20
                             Beauchamp                 Finale
                                         Michael Procter                   1.20
                             Beauchamp                 Finale
                                         Michael Procter                   1.20
                             Beauchamp                 Finale
                                         Michael Procter                   2.50
                             Beauchamp                 Finale
                                         Michael Procter                   2.50
                             Beauchamp                 Finale
                                         Michael Procter                   1.20
                             Beauchamp
              Gospel (Evangelium)                      Finale
                                         Michael Procter                   2.50
              Motet general Procter                    Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                   2.00
              Motet general Procter                    Manuscript edition 1.00
                                         Michael Procter
Marian Feasts                Procter                   Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                   1.50
              Motet general Procter                    Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                   2.00
              Motet general Procter                    Manuscript edition 1.00
                                         Michael Procter
              Motet general Procter                    Manuscript edition 1.00
                                         Michael Procter
              Motet general Procter                    Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                   2.00
                             Procter                   Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                   1.50
             Mass Propers Procter                         Manuscript edition 2.00
                                            Michael Procter
             Mass Propers Procter                         Manuscript edition 2.50
                                            Michael Procter
             Marian AntiphonProcter                       Manuscript edition 2.50
                                            Michael Procter
             Introitus      Procter                       Manuscript edition 4.80
                                            Michael Procter
             Mass Propers Procter                         Manuscript edition
                                            Michael Procter            No longer available
                            Procter
             Occasional piece                             Manuscript edition 2.50
                                            Michael Procter
             Sequence       Procter                       Manuscript edition 2.00
                                            Michael Procter
                            Procter
             Occasional piece                             Sibelius
                                            Michael Procter                   5.90
             Motet general Procter                        Sibelius
                                            Michael Procter                   3.50
             Sequence       Procter                       Sibelius
                                            Michael Procter                   3.50
             Mass OrdinaryProcter                         Sibelius
                                            Michael Procter                  15.00
                            Procter
             Occasional piece                             Manuscript edition 2.00
                                            Michael Procter
             Sequence       Procter                       Manuscript edition 3.00
                                            Michael Procter
             Non-liturgical Procter                       Sibelius
                                            Michael Procter                   5.90
             Motet general Beauchamp Michael Procter      Finale              2.50
             Motet general Procter                        Manuscript edition 2.00
                                            Michael Procter
             Psalm          Procter                       Manuscript edition 5.50
                                            Michael Procter
             Psalm          Procter                       Manuscript edition 5.90
                                            Michael Procter
             Offertorium Procter                          Sibelius
                                            Michael Procter                   2.00
                            Procter                       Manuscript edition 2.00
                                            Michael Procter
             Non-liturgical Procter                       Manuscript edition 15.00
                                            Michael Procter
             Psalm          Beauchamp Michael Procter     Finale              4.00
             Vesper CanticleProcter                       Sibelius
                                            Michael Procter                   3.50
             Vesper CanticleProcter                       Sibelius
                                            Michael Procter                   3.50
             Versicle       Beauchamp Michael Procter     Finale              1.20
                            Procter                       Sibelius
                                            Michael Procter                   2.00
             Motet general Procter                        Sibelius
                                            Michael Procter                   2.00
             Motet general Procter                        Sibelius
                                            Michael Procter                   2.00
             Motet general Beauchamp Michael Procter      Finale              2.50
                            Procter                       Other
                                            Michael Procter                  10.00
                            Procter                       Other
                                            Michael Procter                  10.00
                            Procter         Michael Procter
 dvent and Christmastide (until Purification)             Manuscript edition 1.50
             Mass OrdinaryProcter                         Manuscript edition 1.50
                                            Michael Procter
                            Procter         Michael Procter
 dvent and Christmastide (until Purification)             Sibelius            1.50
             Communion Procter                            Sibelius
                                            Michael Procter                   3.50
                             3)
nvention of Holy Cross (MayProcter                        Manuscript edition 1.50
                                            Michael Procter
             Non-liturgical Procter                       Manuscript edition 1.50
                                            Michael Procter
             Motet general Procter                        Manuscript edition 2.50
                                            Michael Procter
             Compline Psalm Beauchamp Michael Procter     Finale              2.50
             Communion Procter                            Manuscript edition 2.00
                                            Michael Procter
                            Procter                       Manuscript edition 1.50
                                            Michael Procter
             Canticle       Procter                       Manuscript edition 2.50
                                            Michael Procter
             Psalm          Procter                       Sibelius
                                            Michael Procter                   3.50
             Offertorium Procter                          Sibelius
                                            Michael Procter                   2.00
             Motet general Procter                        Sibelius
                                            Michael Procter                   2.00
             Psalm          Procter                       Sibelius
                                            Michael Procter                   3.50
             Psalm          Beauchamp Michael Procter     Finale              2.50
             Mass OrdinaryProcter                         Other
                                            Michael Procter                   7.50
             Mass OrdinaryBeauchamp Michael Procter       Finale              9.00
             Motet general Procter                        Sibelius
                                            Michael Procter                   2.00
             Motet general Beauchamp Michael Procter      Finale              2.50
             Psalm          Procter                       Sibelius
                                            Michael Procter                   3.50
              Psalm          Procter                   Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                   2.00
              Motet general Procter                    Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                   4.80
S Peter and Paul (June 29)Procter                      Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                   3.50
                             Procter
              Compline Antiphon                        Manuscript edition 1.50
                                         Michael Procter
              Motet general Procter                    Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                   2.00
              Motet general Procter                    Manuscript edition 3.50
                                         Michael Procter
              Sequence       Procter                   Manuscript edition 1.00
                                         Michael Procter
                             Procter                   Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                   1.50
                             Procter                   Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                   2.00
                             Procter                   Manuscript edition 1.50
                                         Michael Procter
              Respond        Procter                   Manuscript edition 2.00
                                         Michael Procter
              Non-liturgical Beauchamp                 Finale
                                         Michael Procter                   2.50
              Graduale       Procter                   Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                   2.00
              Compline       Procter                   Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                   2.00
              Introitus      Procter                   Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                   2.00
              Compline       Procter                   Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                   2.00
              Mass OrdinaryProcter                     Manuscript edition 2.00
                                         Michael Procter
              Mass OrdinaryProcter                     Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                   6.50
                             Procter
              Votive Antiphon (Jesus)    Paul Fugler Manuscript edition 3.50
                             P
              Votive Antiphon rocter                   Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                   2.00
              Introitus      Procter                   Manuscript edition 1.50
                                         Michael Procter
ll Saints (November 1)       Procter                   Manuscript edition 2.00
                                         Michael Procter
              Hymn           Procter                   Manuscript edition 2.00
                                         Michael Procter
              Mass OrdinaryProcter                     Other
                                         Michael Procter                   4.00
              Communion Procter                        Manuscript edition 1.50
                                         Michael Procter
              Marian AntiphonBeauchamp                 Finale
                                         Michael Procter                   2.50
              Sequence       Procter                   Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                   3.50
                             Procter                   Manuscript edition 1.50
                                         Michael Procter
              Motet general Procter                    Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                   3.50
                             Procter                   Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                   1.50
              Mass OrdinaryProcter       Bob Mitchell Manuscript edition 3.00
              Motet general Procter                    Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                   3.50
              Mass OrdinaryProcter                     Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                   7.50
              Motet general Procter                    Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                   3.50
              Non-liturgical Procter     Martin Morell Other              15.00
              Compline       Procter                   Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                   2.00
              Hymn           Procter                   Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                   1.50
                             Procter                   Other
                                         Michael Procter                   1.50
              Compline       Procter                   Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                   2.00
              Respond        Procter                   Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                   2.00
                             Procter
              Magnificat Antiphon                      Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                   2.00
              Motet general Procter                    Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                   2.00
              Motet general Procter                    Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                   3.50
              Mass Propers Procter                     Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                   6.50
                             Procter                   Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                   2.00
              Motet general Procter                    Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                   2.00
              Motet general Procter                    Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                   2.00
              Psalm-Motet Procter                      Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                   3.50
              Non-liturgical Procter                   Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                   7.50
                             Procter                   Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                   2.00
              Mass OrdinaryProcter                     Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                   9.50
              Lesson (Lesung)Procter                   Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                   7.50
Lesson (Lesung)Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                    7.50
Respond        Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                    4.80
Mass OrdinaryProcter                   Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                    9.50
Motet general Procter                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                    3.50
Anthem         Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                    2.00
Motet general Procter                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                    2.00
Graduale       Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                    3.50
Motet general Procter                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                    3.50
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                    3.50
Respond        Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                    3.50
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                    5.90
Vespers RespondProcter   Paul Fugler Sibelius               3.50
               Procter
Compline respond                       Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                    2.00
Respond        Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                    2.00
Mass OrdinaryProcter                   Other
                         Michael Procter                   10.00
Mass OrdinaryProcter                   Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                   10.00
Marian AntiphonProcter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                    5.90
Motet general Procter                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                    2.00
Choral-Motet Procter                   Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                    1.50
Choral-Motet Procter                   Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                    2.00
Mass OrdinaryProcter                   Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                   10.00
Vesper Hymn Procter                    Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                    4.80
               Procter
Occasional piece                       Manuscript edition 2.00
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Manuscript edition available separately
                         Michael Procter             Not
Mass OrdinaryProcter                   Manuscript edition 3.00
                         Michael Procter
Mass OrdinaryProcter     Bäuerle       Other                3.50
Motet general Procter                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                    1.50
Respond        Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                    5.90
Marian AntiphonProcter                 Chant notation (St. Meinrad)
                         Michael Procter                    2.00
Mass OrdinaryProcter                   Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                    9.50
Respond        Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                    3.50
Motet general Procter                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                    3.50
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                    3.50
               Procter   Martin Morell Sibelius             3.50
Sequence       Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                    1.50
Non-liturgical Procter   Martin Morell Sibelius             3.50
Non-liturgical Procter   Martin Morell Sibelius             3.50
Non-liturgical Procter   Martin Morell Sibelius             3.50
Non-liturgical Procter   Martin Morell Sibelius             3.50
Non-liturgical Procter   Martin Morell Sibelius             3.50
Non-liturgical Procter   Martin Morell Sibelius             3.50
Non-liturgical Procter   Martin Morell Sibelius             3.50
Motet general Procter                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                    4.80
Mass OrdinaryProcter                   Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                   10.00
Hymn           Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                    2.00
Mass OrdinaryProcter                   Sibelius
                         Reiner Schneider-Waterberg        10.00
               Procter
Magnificat Antiphon                    Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                    2.00
Psalm          Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                    3.50
Psalm          Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                    6.50
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                    6.50
Psalm          Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                    4.80
Motet general Procter                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                    3.50
               Procter
Magnificat Antiphon                    Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                   2.00
Psalm          Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                   5.90
Motet general Procter                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                   2.00
Motet general Procter                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                   2.00
Psalm-Motet Procter                    Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                   3.50
Motet general Procter                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                   3.50
Respond        Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                   3.50
Motet general Procter                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                   4.80
Mass OrdinaryProcter                   Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                   8.30
Motet general Procter                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                   4.80
Motet general Procter                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                   2.00
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                   3.50
Motet general Procter                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                   2.00
Non-liturgical Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                  15.00
Non-liturgical Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                   2.00
Non-liturgical Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                   2.00
Non-liturgical Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                   2.00
Non-liturgical Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                   2.00
Non-liturgical Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                   2.00
Non-liturgical Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                   2.00
Non-liturgical Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                   2.00
Non-liturgical Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                   2.00
Non-liturgical Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                   2.00
Non-liturgical Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                   2.00
Non-liturgical Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                   2.00
Non-liturgical Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                   2.00
Non-liturgical Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                   2.00
Vesper CanticleProcter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                   4.80
Mass OrdinaryProcter                   Other
                         Michael Procter                   7.50
               Procter   Martin Morell Other               6.50
Compline       Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                   2.00
Motet general Procter                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                   3.50
Communion Procter                      Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                   3.50
Mass OrdinaryProcter                   Sibelius            9.50
                         Roderick Swanston and Michael Procter
Mass OrdinaryProcter                   Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                   9.50
Mass OrdinaryProcter                   Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                   9.50
Prayer         Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                   2.00
Respond        Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                   3.50
Motet general Procter                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                   4.80
Offertorium Procter                    Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                   3.50
Motet general Procter                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                   2.00
Offertorium Procter                    Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                   2.00
Offertorium Procter                    Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                   2.00
Communion Procter                      Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                   4.80
Psalm          Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                   6.50
Motet general Procter                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                   2.00
Mass Propers Procter                   Manuscript edition 3.00
                         Michael Procter
Mass Propers Procter                   Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                   2.00
Mass OrdinaryProcter                   Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                   6.50
Introitus      Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                   3.50
Psalm          Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter                   3.50
Motet general Procter                  Manuscript edition 3.50
                         Michael Procter
Motet general Procter                    Sibelius
                           Michael Procter          3.50
Mass OrdinaryProcter                     Sibelius
                           Michael Procter          6.50
Hymn           Procter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter          4.80
Respond        Beauchamp                 Finale
                           Michael Procter          2.50
Psalm-Motet Procter                      Sibelius
                           Michael Procter          3.50
               Procter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter          2.00
Non-liturgical Procter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter          3.50
Non-liturgical Procter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter          4.80
Non-liturgical Procter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter          3.50
Lesson (Lesung)Procter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter          2.00
Respond        Procter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter          2.00
Introitus      Procter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter          3.50
Motet general Procter                    Sibelius
                           Michael Procter          2.00
Alleluia       Procter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter          3.50
Hymn           Procter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter          1.50
Hymn           Procter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter          1.50
Motet general Procter                    Sibelius
                           Michael Procter          2.00
               Procter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter          3.50
               Beauchamp                 Finale
                           Michael Procter          2.50
               Beauchamp                 Finale
                           Michael Procter          2.50
               Beauchamp                 Finale
                           Michael Procter          2.50
               Beauchamp                 Finale
                           Michael Procter          1.20
               Beauchamp                 Finale
                           Michael Procter          2.50
               Beauchamp                 Finale
                           Michael Procter          2.50
               Beauchamp                 Finale
                           Michael Procter          2.50
               Beauchamp                 Finale
                           Michael Procter          2.50
               Beauchamp                 Finale
                           Michael Procter          2.50
               Beauchamp                 Finale
                           Michael Procter          2.50
               Beauchamp                 Finale
                           Michael Procter          2.50
               Beauchamp                 Finale
                           Michael Procter          5.00
               Beauchamp                 Finale
                           Michael Procter          2.50
               Beauchamp                 Finale
                           Michael Procter          2.50
               Beauchamp                 Finale
                           Michael Procter          2.50
               Beauchamp                 Finale
                           Michael Procter          2.50
               Beauchamp                 Finale
                           Michael Procter          5.00
               Beauchamp                 Finale
                           Michael Procter          2.50
               Beauchamp                 Finale
                           Michael Procter          2.50
               Beauchamp                 Finale
                           Michael Procter          4.00
               Beauchamp                 Finale
                           Michael Procter          2.50
               Beauchamp                 Finale
                           Michael Procter          4.00
               Beauchamp                 Finale
                           Michael Procter          6.00
               Beauchamp                 Finale
                           Michael Procter          2.50
               Beauchamp                 Finale
                           Michael Procter          2.50
               Beauchamp                 Finale
                           Michael Procter          4.00
               Beauchamp                 Finale
                           Michael Procter          2.50
               Beauchamp                 Finale
                           Michael Procter          2.50
               Beauchamp                 Finale
                           Michael Procter          5.00
               Beauchamp                 Finale
                           Michael Procter          4.00
               Beauchamp                 Finale
                           Michael Procter          2.50
               Beauchamp                 Finale
                           Michael Procter          2.50
               Beauchamp                 Finale
                           Michael Procter          2.50
               Beauchamp                 Finale
                           Michael Procter          2.50
                             Beauchamp                 Finale
                                         Michael Procter                    2.50
                             Beauchamp                 Finale
                                         Michael Procter                    5.00
ll Saints (November 1)       Procter                   Manuscript edition
                                         Michael Procter                    1.50
                             Procter                   Manuscript edition
                                         Michael Procter                    2.50
                             Procter
              Magnificat Antiphon                      Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                    2.00
                             Beauchamp                 Finale
                                         Michael Procter                    2.50
              Psalm          Beauchamp                 Finale
                                         Michael Procter                    2.50
                             Beauchamp
              Occasional piece                         Finale
                                         Michael Procter                    2.50
              Marian AntiphonProcter                   Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                    2.00
                             Procter
              Tenebrae Responsories                    Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                    5.90
              Psalm          Beauchamp                 Finale
                                         Michael Procter                    2.50
                             Procter     Martin Morell Other                3.50
                             Procter                   Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                    4.80
                             Procter                   Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                    1.50
              Motet general Procter                    Other
                                         Otfried von Steuber                4.80
              Non-liturgical Procter                   Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                    3.50
              Non-liturgical Procter                   Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                    3.50
              Motet general Procter                    Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                    2.00
              Mass OrdinaryProcter                     Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                    5.90
              Motet general Procter                    Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                    2.00
                             Procter     Martin Morell Other                4.80
              Mass OrdinaryProcter                     Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                    9.50
              Motet general Procter                    Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                    2.00
              Motet general Procter                    Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                    3.50
              Motet general Procter                    Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                    2.00
              Communion Procter                        Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                    2.00
                             P
              Mary Sequence rocter                     Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                    4.80
              Antiphon       Procter                   Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                    2.00
              Psalm          Procter                   Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                    3.50
              Motet general Procter                    Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                    2.00
              Anthem         Procter                   Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                    4.80
              Anthem         Procter                   Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                    3.50
              Anthem         Procter                   Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                    4.80
              Anthem         Procter                   Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                    3.50
              Anthem         Procter                   Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                    3.50
              Anthem         Procter                   Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                    4.80
              Anthem         Procter                   Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                    4.80
              Anthem         Procter                   Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                    2.00
              Anthem         Procter                   Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                    3.50
              Motet general Procter                    Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                    2.00
              Respond        Procter                   Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                    2.00
                             Procter
              Magnificat Antiphon                      Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                    2.00
              Antiphon       Procter                   Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                    2.00
              Respond        Procter                   Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                    2.00
              Hymn           Procter                   Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                    2.00
              Antiphon       Procter                   Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                    3.50
              Mass OrdinaryProcter                     Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                    8.30
              Motet general Procter                    Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                    2.00
              Motet general Procter                    Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                    2.00
              Communion Procter                        Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                    2.00
              Motet general Procter                    Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                    2.00
              Motet general Procter      Keith Bennett Sibelius             3.50
Antiphon       Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
Motet general Procter                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Motet general Procter                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
Motet general Procter                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Marian AntiphonProcter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Respond        Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Graduale       Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Communion Procter                      Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
               Procter
Magnificat Antiphon                    Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Marian AntiphonProcter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Psalm-Motet Procter                    Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Psalm-Motet Procter                    Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Antiphon       Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Psalm          Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           5.90
Motet general Procter                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           1.50
               Procter
Magnificat Antiphon                    Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Graduale       Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Motet general Procter                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Marian AntiphonProcter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
Marian AntiphonProcter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           7.50
Motet general Procter                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
               Procter
Gospel (Evangelium)                    Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           4.80
Lesson (Lesung)Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
Mass OrdinaryProcter                   Sibelius
                         Michael Procter          10.00
               Procter
Magnificat Antiphon                    Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
Respond        Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter
Magnificat Antiphon                    Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Non-liturgical Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           4.80
Non-liturgical Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           5.90
Motet general Procter                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Motet general Procter                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
               Procter
Magnificat Antiphon                    Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Psalm          Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
Communion Procter                      Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Motet general Procter                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter
Magnificat Antiphon                    Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter
Magnificat Antiphon                    Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Motet general Procter                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           5.90
Motet general Procter                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Vespers Prayer Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Non-liturgical Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
Psalm-Motet Procter                    Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Antiphon       Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
Marian AntiphonProcter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
Mass OrdinaryProcter                   Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Introitus      Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
Sequence       Procter   Keith Bennett Sibelius    5.90
Motet general Procter                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
Communion Procter                      Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Introitus      Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           1.50
Hymn           Procter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter                   1.50
Psalm-Motet Procter                      Sibelius
                           Michael Procter                   3.50
Motet general Procter                    Sibelius
                           Michael Procter                   3.50
               Procter     Martin Morell Sibelius            4.80
Motet general Procter                    Sibelius
                           Michael Procter                   3.50
Motet general Procter                    Sibelius
                           Michael Procter                   2.00
Non-liturgical Procter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter                   3.50
Antiphon       Procter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter                   2.00
Mass OrdinaryProcter                     Sibelius
                           Michael Procter                   7.50
Motet general Procter                    Sibelius
                           Michael Procter                   3.50
Motet general Procter                    Sibelius
                           Michael Procter                   2.00
Mass Propers Procter                     Sibelius
                           Michael Procter                   6.50
Introitus      Procter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter                   3.50
Lesson (Lesung)Procter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter                   3.50
Lesson (Lesung)Procter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter                   3.50
Lesson (Lesung)Procter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter                   3.50
Antiphon       Procter                   Manuscript edition 2.00
                           Michael Procter
Compline Hymn  Procter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter                   4.80
               Acqua Alta  Martin Morell Sibelius           20.00
Vesper Psalm Procter                     Sibelius
                           Michael Procter                   3.50
               Acqua Alta  Martin Morell Sibelius            9.50
               Acqua Alta  Martin Morell Sibelius           20.00
               Acqua Alta  Martin Morell Sibelius            9.50
Motet general Procter                    Sibelius
                           Michael Procter                   3.50
Vesper Hymn Procter                      Sibelius
                           Michael Procter                   2.00
Choral-Motet Procter                     Sibelius
                           Michael Procter                   3.50
               Procter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter                   2.00
               Procter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter                   2.00
               Procter     Martin Morell Sibelius            3.50
Mass OrdinaryProcter                     Sibelius
                           Michael Procter                   9.50
               Procter                   Sibelius
Benedictus Antiphon (Lauds)Michael Procter                   2.00
Introitus      Procter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter                   2.00
               P
Psalm at Lauds rocter                    Sibelius
                           Michael Procter                   3.50
Mass Propers Procter                     Sibelius
                           Michael Procter                   9.50
Mass OrdinaryProcter                     Sibelius
                           Michael Procter                   9.50
Communion Procter                        Sibelius
                           Michael Procter                   3.50
               Procter     Martin Morell Sibelius            2.00
               Procter     Martin Morell Sibelius            2.00
               Procter     Martin Morell Sibelius            2.00
Motet general Procter                    Sibelius
                           Michael Procter                   2.00
Motet general Procter                    Sibelius
                           Michael Procter                   2.00
Mass OrdinaryProcter                     Sibelius
                           Michael Procter                   7.50
Mass OrdinaryProcter                     Sibelius
                           Michael Procter                   7.50
               Procter
Magnificat Antiphon                      Sibelius
                           Michael Procter                   2.00
Mass OrdinaryProcter                     Sibelius
                           Michael Procter                   3.50
Evening use Procter                      Sibelius
                           Michael Procter                   2.00
               Procter
'Grace' at mealtime                      Sibelius
                           Michael Procter                   4.80
Motet general Procter                    Sibelius
                           Michael Procter                   3.50
Motet general Procter                    Sibelius
                           Michael Procter                   3.50
Motet general Procter                    Sibelius
                           Michael Procter                   3.50
Psalm-Motet Beauchamp Michael Procter    Finale              4.80
               Procter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter                   3.50
Antiphon       Procter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           2.00
Antiphon       Procter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           2.00
Antiphon       Procter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter                   Sibelius
Benedictus Antiphon (Lauds)Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter
Gospel (Evangelium)                      Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           4.80
Antiphon       Procter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           2.00
Motet general Procter                    Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           4.80
Non-liturgical Procter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           1.50
               Procter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           1.50
Motet general Procter                    Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           3.50
Mass OrdinaryProcter                     Sibelius
                           Michael Procter          10.00
Mass OrdinaryProcter                     Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           9.50
Motet general Procter                    Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           3.50
Psalm          Procter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           4.80
Sequence       Procter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           1.50
Respond        Procter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           3.50
Introitus      Procter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           3.50
Marian AntiphonProcter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           3.50
Vesper CanticleProcter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           3.50
               P
Psalm at Lauds rocter                    Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           3.50
Motet general Procter                    Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           2.00
Respond        Procter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter
Magnificat Antiphon                      Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           2.00
Motet general Procter                    Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           2.00
Respond        Procter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           2.00
Respond        Procter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter     Martin Morell Sibelius    3.50
               Procter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           3.50
               Procter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           3.50
               Procter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           3.50
               Procter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           3.50
               Procter     Martin Morell Sibelius    3.50
               Procter     Martin Morell Sibelius    3.50
               Procter     Martin Morell Sibelius    3.50
Mass Propers Procter                     Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           5.90
Mass OrdinaryProcter                     Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           5.90
Mass OrdinaryProcter                     Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           7.50
               Procter     Martin Morell Sibelius   30.00
               Procter     Martin Morell Sibelius    2.00
               Procter     Martin Morell Sibelius    2.00
               Procter     Martin Morell Sibelius    2.00
               Procter     Martin Morell Sibelius    3.50
               Procter     Martin Morell Sibelius    2.00
               Procter     Martin Morell Sibelius    2.00
               Procter     Martin Morell Sibelius    4.80
               Procter     Martin Morell Sibelius    2.00
               Procter     Martin Morell Sibelius    2.00
               Procter     Martin Morell Sibelius    2.00
               Procter     Martin Morell Sibelius    2.00
               Procter     Martin Morell Sibelius    2.00
               Procter     Martin Morell Sibelius    2.00
Mass OrdinaryProcter                     Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           5.90
Mass OrdinaryProcter                   Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           4.80
Mass OrdinaryProcter                   Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           5.90
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter          15.00
               Procter
Magnificat Antiphon                    Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
Mass OrdinaryProcter                   Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           7.50
Respond        Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Respond        Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
Respond        Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
Antiphon       Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           5.90
Mass OrdinaryProcter                   Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           7.50
Procession Procter                     Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           1.50
Mass OrdinaryProcter                   Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           6.50
               Procter   Martin Morell Sibelius   30.00
               Procter   Martin Morell Sibelius    2.00
               Procter   Martin Morell Sibelius    2.00
               Procter   Martin Morell Sibelius    2.00
               Procter   Martin Morell Sibelius    2.00
               Procter   Martin Morell Sibelius    2.00
               Procter   Martin Morell Sibelius    2.00
               Procter   Martin Morell Sibelius    2.00
Mass Propers Procter                   Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           6.50
Mass Propers Procter                   Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           4.80
               Procter
Magnificat Antiphon                    Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           4.80
               Procter   Martin Morell Sibelius    3.50
Respond        Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Motet general Procter                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Non-liturgical Procter   Martin Morell Sibelius    3.50
Mass OrdinaryProcter                   Sibelius
                         Michael Procter          15.00
Mass Propers Procter                   Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           8.30
Introit Psalm Procter                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Introitus      Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Non-liturgical Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
Non-liturgical Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
Mass OrdinaryProcter                   Sibelius
                         Michael Procter          10.00
Respond        Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
Non-liturgical Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
Non-liturgical Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
Antiphon       Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
Antiphon       Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
Antiphon       Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
Antiphon       Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
Non-liturgical Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Marian AntiphonProcter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
Respond        Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
Antiphon       Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Respond        Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Respond        Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Non-liturgical Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter
Versicle and Response                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           6.50
Mass OrdinaryProcter                   Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           7.50
Respond        Procter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           3.50
Mass OrdinaryProcter                     Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           9.50
Respond        Procter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter
Magnificat Antiphon                      Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           2.00
Respond        Procter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           3.50
Motet general Procter                    Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           2.00
Mass OrdinaryProcter                     Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           7.50
Mass OrdinaryProcter                     Sibelius
                           Michael Procter          20.00
Non-liturgical Procter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           6.50
Mass Propers Procter                     Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           3.50
Mass Propers Procter                     Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           6.50
Non-liturgical Procter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           2.00
Non-liturgical Procter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           5.90
Mass OrdinaryProcter                     Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           5.90
Mass OrdinaryProcter                     Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           5.90
Mass OrdinaryProcter                     Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           5.90
Mass OrdinaryProcter                     Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           5.90
Mass OrdinaryProcter                     Sibelius
                           Michael Procter          40.00
Marian AntiphonProcter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           7.50
Marian AntiphonProcter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           5.90
Mass Propers Procter                     Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           6.50
Offertorium Procter                      Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           2.00
Respond        Procter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           3.50
Marian AntiphonProcter     Paul Fugler Sibelius      3.50
               Procter
Votive Antiphon (Mary)                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           5.90
Non-liturgical Procter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           2.00
Respond        Procter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           2.00
Motet general Procter                    Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           3.50
Motet general Procter                    Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter                   Sibelius
Benedictus Antiphon (Lauds)Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter
Magnificat Antiphon                      Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           2.00
Respond        Procter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           2.00
Antiphon       Procter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           5.90
Mass OrdinaryProcter                     Sibelius
                           Michael Procter          12.50
               Procter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           2.00
Respond        Procter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           3.50
Motet general Procter                    Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter
Magnificat Antiphon                      Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           2.00
Motet general Procter                    Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           2.00
Introitus      Procter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           3.50
Offertorium Procter                      Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           2.00
Motet general Procter                    Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           3.50
Motet general Procter                    Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           3.50
Sequence       Procter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           4.80
Marian AntiphonProcter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           3.50
Marian AntiphonProcter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           3.50
Marian AntiphonProcter                   Sibelius
                           Michael Procter           3.50
Mass OrdinaryProcter                     Sibelius
                           Michael Procter          10.00
Introitus      Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
Vesper Hymn Procter                    Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Vesper Hymn Procter                    Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Mass OrdinaryProcter                   Sibelius
                         Michael Procter          10.00
Mass OrdinaryProcter                   Sibelius
                         Michael Procter          10.00
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
Non-liturgical Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
Introitus      Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
Non-liturgical Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           4.80
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
Non-liturgical Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
               Procter
Tenebrae Responsories                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               P
Psalm at Lauds rocter                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
               Procter
Magnificat Antiphon                    Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
Non-liturgical Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           4.80
               Procter
Tenebrae Responsories                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter
Tenebrae Responsories                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Antiphon       Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           4.80
Non-liturgical Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
Non-liturgical Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
Non-liturgical Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
               Procter
Tenebrae Responsories                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter
Tenebrae Responsories                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter
Tenebrae Responsories                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter
Tenebrae Responsories                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
Non-liturgical Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Mass OrdinaryProcter                   Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           9.50
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           9.50
Mass OrdinaryProcter                   Sibelius
                         Michael Procter          10.00
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           0.00
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
Non-liturgical Procter   Martin Morell Sibelius   15.00
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
Non-liturgical Procter   Martin Morell Sibelius   15.00
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               P
Psalm at Lauds rocter                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
Mass OrdinaryProcter                   Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           9.50
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter
Non-liturgical Procter   Martin Morell Sibelius    3.50
Non-liturgical Procter   Martin Morell Sibelius    3.50
Non-liturgical Procter   Martin Morell Sibelius    3.50
Non-liturgical Procter   Martin Morell Sibelius    3.50
Non-liturgical Procter   Martin Morell Sibelius    3.50
Non-liturgical Procter   Martin Morell Sibelius    3.50
Non-liturgical Procter   Martin Morell Sibelius    3.50
Non-liturgical Procter   Martin Morell Sibelius    3.50
Non-liturgical Procter   Martin Morell Sibelius    3.50
Non-liturgical Procter   Martin Morell Sibelius    3.50
Non-liturgical Procter   Martin Morell Sibelius    3.50
Non-liturgical Procter   Martin Morell Sibelius    3.50
Non-liturgical Procter   Martin Morell Sibelius    3.50
Non-liturgical Procter   Martin Morell Sibelius    3.50
Non-liturgical Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           4.80
Mass OrdinaryProcter                   Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           9.50
Mass OrdinaryProcter                   Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           9.50
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
Mass OrdinaryProcter                   Sibelius
                         Michael Procter          12.50
Mass OrdinaryProcter                   Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           9.50
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter          10.00
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter          10.00
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter          10.00
               Procter   Martin Morell Sibelius    4.80
                            Procter   Martin Morell Sibelius          2.00
                            Procter   Martin Morell Sibelius          5.90
                            Procter   Martin Morell Sibelius          2.00
                            Procter   Martin Morell Sibelius          2.00
                            Procter   Martin Morell Sibelius          2.00
                            Procter   Martin Morell Sibelius          4.80
                            Procter   Martin Morell Sibelius          4.80
             Offertorium Procter                    Sibelius
                                      Michael Procter                 2.00
             Motet general Procter                  Sibelius
                                      Michael Procter                 2.00
                            P
             Psalm at Lauds rocter                  Sibelius
                                      Michael Procter                 3.50
             Non-liturgical Procter                 Sibelius
                                      Michael Procter                 3.50
             Non-liturgical Procter                 Sibelius
                                      Michael Procter                 3.50
             Marian AntiphonProcter                 Sibelius
                                      Michael Procter                 3.50
             Lesson (Lesung)Procter                 Sibelius
                                      Michael Procter                 3.50
             Lesson (Lesung)Procter                 Sibelius
                                      Michael Procter                 3.50
             Lesson (Lesung)Procter                 Sibelius
                                      Michael Procter                 3.50
                            Procter
             Tenebrae Responsories                  Sibelius
                                      Michael Procter                 2.00
                            Procter
             Tenebrae Responsories                  Sibelius
                                      Michael Procter                 2.00
                            Procter
             Tenebrae Responsories                  Sibelius
                                      Michael Procter                 2.00
                            Procter
             Tenebrae Responsories                  Sibelius
                                      Michael Procter                 2.00
                            Procter
             Tenebrae Responsories                  Sibelius
                                      Michael Procter                 2.00
                            Procter
             Tenebrae Responsories                  Sibelius
                                      Michael Procter                 2.00
             Motet general Procter                  Sibelius
                                      Michael Procter                 4.80
             Motet general Procter                  Sibelius
                                      Michael Procter                 3.50
             Psalm          Procter                 Sibelius
                                      Michael Procter                 4.80
s and orchestra             Procter                 Sibelius         12.50
                                      Edzard Burchards and Michael Procter
             Psalm          Procter                 Sibelius
                                      Michael Procter                 6.50
             Psalm          Procter                 Sibelius
                                      Michael Procter                 5.90
             Psalm          Procter                 Sibelius
                                      Michael Procter                 6.50
             Non-liturgical Procter   Martin Morell Sibelius          3.50
             Non-liturgical Procter   Martin Morell Sibelius          3.50
                            Procter                 Sibelius
                                      Michael Procter                 3.50
                            Procter
             Versicle and Response                  Sibelius
                                      Michael Procter                 2.00
                            Procter                 Sibelius
                                      Michael Procter                 2.00
                            Procter                 Sibelius
                                      Michael Procter                 3.50
                            Procter                 Sibelius
                                      Michael Procter                 3.50
             Respond        Procter                 Sibelius
                                      Michael Procter                 3.50
             Mass OrdinaryProcter                   Sibelius
                                      Michael Procter                 9.50
             Respond        Procter                 Sibelius
                                      Michael Procter                 3.50
             Anthem         Procter                 Sibelius
                                      Michael Procter                 7.50
             Offertorium Procter                    Sibelius
                                      Michael Procter                 3.50
             Anthem         Procter                 Sibelius
                                      Michael Procter                 4.80
             Anthem         Procter                 Sibelius
                                      Michael Procter                 3.50
             Mass OrdinaryProcter                   Sibelius
                                      Michael Procter                 6.50
             Mass OrdinaryProcter                   Sibelius
                                      Michael Procter                 6.50
             Mass OrdinaryProcter                   Sibelius
                                      Michael Procter                 6.50
             Mass OrdinaryProcter                   Sibelius
                                      Michael Procter                 6.50
             Motet general Procter                  Sibelius
                                      Michael Procter                10.00
             Motet general Procter                  Sibelius
                                      Michael Procter                10.00
             Motet general Procter                  Sibelius
                                      Michael Procter                10.00
                            P
             Psalm at Lauds rocter                  Sibelius
                                      Michael Procter                10.00
                            Procter                 Sibelius
                                      Michael Procter                10.00
            Respond        Procter                 Sibelius
                                     Michael Procter          10.00
            Mass OrdinaryProcter                   Sibelius
                                     Michael Procter          20.00
            Compline       Procter                 Sibelius
                                     Michael Procter           2.00
            Non-liturgical Procter                 Sibelius
                                     Michael Procter           4.80
            Psalm          Procter                 Sibelius
                                     Michael Procter           3.50
            Mass OrdinaryProcter                   Sibelius
                                     Michael Procter          12.50
            Vesper CanticleProcter                 Sibelius
                                     Michael Procter           5.90
                           Procter
            Occasional piece                       Sibelius
                                     Michael Procter           2.00
                           Procter
            Occasional piece                       Sibelius
                                     Michael Procter           2.00
            Mass OrdinaryProcter                   Sibelius
                                     Michael Procter           7.50
            Mass OrdinaryProcter                   Sibelius
                                     Michael Procter           7.50
            Introitus      Procter                 Sibelius
                                     Michael Procter           3.50
            Non-liturgical Procter                 Sibelius
                                     Michael Procter           3.50
            Non-liturgical Procter                 Sibelius
                                     Michael Procter           3.50
            Introitus      Procter                 Sibelius
                                     Michael Procter           3.50
            Mass OrdinaryProcter                   Sibelius
                                     Michael Procter           9.50
            Introitus      Procter                 Sibelius
                                     Michael Procter           3.50
            Anthem         Procter                 Sibelius
                                     Michael Procter           3.50
            Anthem         Procter                 Sibelius
                                     Michael Procter           3.50
            Non-liturgical Procter                 Sibelius
                                     Michael Procter           2.00
            Hymn           Procter                 Sibelius
                                     Michael Procter           2.00
            Introitus      Procter                 Sibelius
                                     Michael Procter           2.00
            Introitus      Procter                 Sibelius
                                     Michael Procter           3.50
                           Procter
            Magnificat Antiphon                    Sibelius
                                     Michael Procter           2.00
                           Procter
            Magnificat Antiphon                    Sibelius
                                     Michael Procter           2.00
                           Procter
            Magnificat Antiphon                    Sibelius
                                     Michael Procter           2.00
            Respond        Procter                 Sibelius
                                     Michael Procter           2.00
            Respond        Procter                 Sibelius
                                     Michael Procter           2.00
            Motet general Procter                  Sibelius
                                     Michael Procter           2.00
                           Procter                 Sibelius
                                     Michael Procter           3.50
            Canticle       Procter                 Sibelius
                                     Michael Procter           4.80
            Anthem         Procter                 Sibelius
                                     Michael Procter           3.50
                           Procter   Martin Morell Sibelius    5.90
            Antiphon       Procter                 Sibelius
                                     Michael Procter           2.00
            Introitus      Procter                 Sibelius
                                     Michael Procter           3.50
            Introitus      Procter                 Sibelius
                                     Michael Procter           2.00
            Respond        Procter                 Sibelius
                                     Michael Procter           2.00
optional oboe and basson. Procter                  Sibelius
                                     Michael Procter          25.00
optional oboe and basson. Procter                  Sibelius
                                     Michael Procter          10.00
optional oboe and basson. Procter                  Sibelius
                                     Michael Procter          35.00
            Respond        Procter                 Sibelius
                                     Michael Procter           3.50
            Introitus      Procter                 Sibelius
                                     Michael Procter           3.50
            Lesson (Lesung)Procter                 Sibelius
                                     Michael Procter           3.50
            Lesson (Lesung)Procter                 Sibelius
                                     Michael Procter           3.50
            Lesson (Lesung)Procter                 Sibelius
                                     Michael Procter           3.50
            Compline Hymn  Procter                 Sibelius
                                     Michael Procter           3.50
            Psalm-Motet Procter                    Sibelius
                                     Michael Procter           3.50
            Psalm-Motet Procter                    Sibelius
                                     Michael Procter           3.50
                           Procter
            Passion (as Gospel)                    Sibelius
                                     Michael Procter           8.30
            Mass OrdinaryProcter                   Sibelius
                                     Michael Procter           3.50
                           Procter
            Occasional piece                       Sibelius
                                     Michael Procter           3.50
            Respond        Procter                 Sibelius
                                     Michael Procter           3.50
Respond        Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
Vesper Psalm Procter                   Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           4.80
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Respond        Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Mass OrdinaryProcter                   Sibelius
                         Michael Procter          15.00
Mass OrdinaryProcter                   Sibelius
                         Michael Procter          15.00
Mass OrdinaryProcter                   Sibelius
                         Michael Procter          15.00
               Procter
Occasional piece                       Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
Vesper Psalm Procter                   Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           5.90
Vesper Psalm Procter                   Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           5.90
Vesper Psalm Procter                   Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           4.80
               Procter
Magnificat Antiphon                    Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
               Procter
Magnificat Antiphon                    Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
Psalm-Motet Procter                    Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
Motet general Procter                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Sequence       Procter   Keith Bennett Sibelius    5.90
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
Mass OrdinaryProcter                   Sibelius
                         Michael Procter          10.00
Motet general Procter                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Motet general Procter                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter
Occasional piece                       Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           4.80
Mass OrdinaryProcter                   Sibelius
                         Michael Procter          12.50
               Procter   Martin Morell Sibelius    3.50
Mass OrdinaryProcter                   Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           9.50
               Procter
'Grace' at mealtime                    Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
               Procter
'Grace' at mealtime                    Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
Marian AntiphonProcter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Marian AntiphonProcter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Respond        Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Marian AntiphonProcter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
Marian AntiphonProcter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
Psalm          Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           5.90
Psalm          Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           5.90
Mass OrdinaryProcter                   Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           9.50
Non-liturgical Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
Offertorium Procter                    Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Mass Propers Procter                   Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           6.50
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
Psalm          Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           4.80
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Non-liturgical Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           8.30
Introitus      Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Offertorium Procter                    Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Non-liturgical Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           4.80
Non-liturgical Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           4.80
Non-liturgical Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           9.50
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter          35.00
Motet general Procter                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
Introitus      Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Compline Hymn  Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Non-liturgical Procter   Martin Morell Sibelius    3.50
Non-liturgical Procter   Martin Morell Sibelius    3.50
Lesson (Lesung)Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter          20.00
Compline       Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Non-liturgical Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           4.80
Non-liturgical Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           4.80
               Procter
Tenebrae Responsories                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter
Tenebrae Responsories                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter
Tenebrae Responsories                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter
Tenebrae Responsories                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter
Tenebrae Responsories                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter
Tenebrae Responsories                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter
Tenebrae Responsories                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter
Tenebrae Responsories                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter
Tenebrae Responsories                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter
Tenebrae Responsories                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter
Tenebrae Responsories                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter
Tenebrae Responsories                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter
Tenebrae Responsories                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter
Tenebrae Responsories                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter
Tenebrae Responsories                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter
Tenebrae Responsories                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter
Tenebrae Responsories                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter
Tenebrae Responsories                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Marian AntiphonProcter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter
Tenebrae Responsories                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter
Tenebrae Responsories                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter
Tenebrae Responsories                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter
Tenebrae Responsories                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter
Tenebrae Responsories                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter
Tenebrae Responsories                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter
Tenebrae Responsories                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter
Tenebrae Responsories                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter
Tenebrae Responsories                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter
Tenebrae Responsories                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter
Tenebrae Responsories                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter
Tenebrae Responsories                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter
Tenebrae Responsories                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter
Tenebrae Responsories                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter
Tenebrae Responsories                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter
Tenebrae Responsories                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter
Tenebrae Responsories                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter
Tenebrae Responsories                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter
Tenebrae Responsories                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter          15.00
               Procter
Tenebrae Responsories                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter          15.00
               Procter
Tenebrae Responsories                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           5.90
               Procter
Tenebrae Responsories                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           5.90
               Procter
Tenebrae Responsories                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           5.90
               Procter
Tenebrae Responsories                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           5.90
               Procter
Tenebrae Responsories                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           5.90
               Procter
Tenebrae Responsories                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           5.90
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           4.80
               Procter
Tenebrae Responsories                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           6.50
Mass OrdinaryProcter                   Sibelius
                         Michael Procter          10.00
Psalm-Motet Procter                    Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Hymn           Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           4.80
Motet general Procter                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter
Magnificat Antiphon                    Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Lesson (Lesung)Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           6.50
Lesson (Lesung)Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           6.50
Lesson (Lesung)Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           6.50
Lesson (Lesung)Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter          15.00
               Procter
Occasional piece                       Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
Motet general Procter                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
Psalm-Motet Procter                    Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
Psalm-Motet Procter                    Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
Introitus      Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Psalm-Motet Procter                    Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           5.90
               Procter
Magnificat Antiphon                    Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
               Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
               Procter
Magnificat Antiphon                    Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
Mass OrdinaryProcter                   Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           5.90
Respond        Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Psalm-Motet Procter                    Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           6.50
Mass OrdinaryProcter                   Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           7.50
Vesper CanticleProcter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           4.80
Introitus      Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Non-liturgical Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           9.50
Non-liturgical Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           5.90
Mass OrdinaryProcter                   Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           6.50
Vesper CanticleProcter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           7.50
Introitus      Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Non-liturgical Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           9.50
Motet general Procter                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Respond        Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
Non-liturgical Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
Motet general Procter                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Respond        Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           6.50
Vesper CanticleProcter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
Non-liturgical Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
Non-liturgical Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           3.50
Psalm          Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           4.80
Psalm          Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           4.80
               Procter
Magnificat Antiphon                    Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter
Magnificat Antiphon                    Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Evening use Procter                    Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
               Procter
Magnificat Antiphon                    Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Mass OrdinaryProcter                   Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           6.50
Motet general Procter                  Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           2.00
Non-liturgical Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           5.90
Respond        Procter                 Sibelius
                         Michael Procter           6.50
             Respond        Procter                    Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                  6.50
             Respond        Procter                    Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                  6.50
             Motet general Procter                     Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                  7.50
             Non-liturgical Procter                    Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                  7.50
             Psalm-Motet Procter                       Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                  5.90
             Psalm-Motet Procter                       Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                  6.50
             Mass OrdinaryProcter                      Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                 12.50
                            Procter
             Magnificat Antiphon                       Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                  3.50
                            Procter
             Magnificat Antiphon                       Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                  3.50
             Respond        Procter                    Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                  3.50
             Psalm-Motet Procter                       Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                  2.00
             Motet general Procter                     Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                  2.00
             Motet general Procter                     Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                  2.00
             Psalm-Motet Procter                       Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                  3.50
             Non-liturgical Procter                    Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                  3.50
             Non-liturgical Procter                    Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                  4.80
                            Procter                    Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                  6.50
             Mass OrdinaryProcter                      Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                  7.50
             Mass OrdinaryProcter                      Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                  9.50
             Lesson (Lesung)Procter                    Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                  7.50
             Lesson (Lesung)Procter                    Sibelius
                                         Michael Procter                  3.50
             Lesson (Lesung)Procter                    Sibelius
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Remarks
A simple but effective alternatim setting.


Berchem was a protege of Willaert, who included this piece in one of his own published collections.
The archetypal Mary Mass, providing most of the familiar segments re-used in many of the other Propers. Its atypical ad aequa
One of the best-known and favourite pieces from the great Gradualia. The quasi-homophony found in so many highly expressiv
One of two settings by Walter, both of which were also found with the German text 'Verleih uns Frieden'. Oddly cleffed for TrMT
This beautiful miniature (lasting about a minute) is found in the first book of Byrd's Gradualia. It is one of the tricky items, being
Transposed down a tone from the original high pitch. Also available a 4th lower as indicated by the high clefs of the original.
This motet from the Cantiones Sacrae of 1575 sets part of the text from Job set as a reading at Matins for the Dead, and it is si
A beautiful and powerful piece, its text derived from the penitential Advent Prose 'Rorate coeli desuper'. Its unremitting sombre
Byrd quotes briefly the less familiar Mode I chant, and sets verses 2,4 and 5 (Tantum ergo), and provides a final Amen.
The simple setting from the Gradualia.
Text by St. Henry Walpole on the death of Campion. Byrd's setting circulated widely in manuscript as a Consort Song (e.g. in th
A suite arranged by Michael Procter.




A splendid verse anthem for New Year's Day, ideally for viols and voices but suitable for other instruments (please contact me
Parts for use with the Dover score
Parts for use with the Dover score
One of my earliest transcriptions, made as a student in the 1970s, now finally typeset. A splendid piece appropriate for the Asce
One of my earliest transcriptions, made as a student in the 1970s, now finally typeset. A splendid piece making full use of the in
Remarkably little of Donato's sacred music is available. This is a lovely little piece.
The famous setting which includes prayers for Dufay himself
The only edition to show the dual texts intended by the composer - The Antiphon text parallel to the Mass ordinary.



Ferrabosco's reworking of the verse from Lassus' first Penitential Psalm.
Now typeset (without Credo) and transposed
An extremely beautiful motet, set in the garden early on Easter morning.




The model for Monteverdi's magnificent Mass of 1610
A splendid piece with tricky rhythms, rather typical of Handl. The opening phrase 'Christ rising into heaven' covers a ninth in ste




The same music as Conceptio Mariae Virginis, with a different text - a contrafactum, in fact.
Choralis Constantinus: Introit, Alleluia, Communion
Choralis Constantinus: Introit, Alleluia, Communion

Magnificent 6-part Introit, probably from the Imperial Hofkapelle of Maximilian, and most likely intended for Nativity BVM.
Choralis Constantinus: Introit, Alleluia, Communion


The famous 'Kaisermotette' for the Reichstag in Konstanz, 1507. Michael Procter considers this to be a contrafactum of a lost o
Josquin's original 4-part setting is so perfect that it seems sacrilegious to add further voices. Yet the composer of the additional
A sublimely beautiful piece, originally a Sequence for Mary Feasts. My edition follows Senfl's in the Liber Selectarum Cantionum
Josquin's Mary Mass is a complex piece, for 4 and 5 voices, with canons in the Credo, Sanctus and Agnus. Only the Credo is in
Attributed to Josquin. A lament on the death of Kaiser Maximilian I. (1519) copied into the Chansonnier of his daughter, Margue
Another Marian piece retexted by the Protestants!
Composed for the Council of Trent




One of Lassus' most sublime pieces. Also the Offertory for Feasts of Martyrs. Here a fourth lower than the original.
A single verse from 'Domine ne in furore' (The first Penitential Psalm) together with Ferrabosco's reworking of the piece.
The final and greatest work of Orlandus Lassus, now recorded by Hofkapelle: a cycle of 21 movements - 20 sacred madrigals w
This magnificent piece - for one 12-part choir, not three choirs - was probably composed for the special truncated form of Vesp
A charming setting using Sermisy's chanson as a model.
Lassus created almost 100 parody Magnificat settings, a genre all his own. His model here is a chanson by Gombert, which is i

The most famous of Josquin's pieces, a masterpiece of imitative and canonic writing. The original version celebrates a series o

Newly typeset edition of one of Mouton's best-known shorter pieces. It includes a canon in which the Altus sings the Bass line u

For use with the score in DTö
For use with the score in DTö


An exquisite and simple setting of the antiphon.




A splendid double-choir setting, printed as the final work in Palestrina's great Third Book of motets, which I have suggested he

A lovely and unusual piece for three 'equal' voices (cleffed for AAT).It was printed in the very first motet collection, in 1501, and


A magnificent double-choir parody mass, suitable for use on Feasts.
Our version of the justly celebrated work offers it in an appropriate and correct transposition, down a fourth - and corrects an er
This version is at our preferred performing pitch, a fourth lower than the original.
One of Palestrina's best-known pieces, but one of the many which are actually in high clefs and need transposing. The piece is




This piece is a remarkable testament to the faith of the composer. Composed on the death of his beloved wife, it breathes noth


Tallis sets only the Antiphon of the Introit. In my edition the Verse and Gloria chant sections have been reconstructed.
This is a version transposed a tone higher.
The model for the Sanctus of Byrd's Mass for 4 voices.
My reconstruction of Taverner's wonderful sonorous mass based on the antiphon 'O Willelme pastor bone'. The mass was prev
One of Taverner's most splendid compositions.
A reconstruction of the piece as it was probably originally intended. It survives incomplete, lacking the Tenor, in Christ Church a




The text appears chiefly in connection with Corpus Christi, but the work is generally sung as a Communion motet.

Now in Sibelius version available at different pitches: the original is G-Dorian, i.e. high clefs. A magnificent and very powerful pi

Josquin's original 4-part setting is so perfect that it seems sacrilegious to add further voices. Yet the composer of the additional
The more familiar 'chorale' version, here with an original version of the text.

This powerful and moving piece is transmitted anonymously in Georg Rhau's Wittenberg anthology 'Symphoniae iucundae' of 1
The well-known 'Mass for four voices' is a high-clef piece and is available at various pitches (here a semitone lower than the ori
This very beautiful piece by Giovanni Croce is a setting of one of the Antiphons sung on the first Sunday in Lent (AM 342) - but
Seven sonnet-form Italian translations of the Penitential Psalms, beautifully set by Croce. The pieces were also 'Englished' (see
Sheppard's third setting of the Respond is for 3 voices, here at original pitch.

The model for de Monte's mass
Sheppard's third setting of the Respond is for 3 voices, here a tone higher than the original.
A wonderful setting of the text familiar from Byrd's setting, also suitable for general penitential use. Our standard version is a th


A wonderful piece, setting the familiar Prodigal Son text. Model for the parody mass.
The Feast of Mary, Mother of God, is celebrated on January 1st, replacing the Circumcision. The Feast was of course unknown
The most famous of Josquin's pieces, a masterpiece of imitative and canonic writing. The original version celebrates a series o
A motet from Sacrae Cantiones, 1578: originally for Corpus Christi, very suitable for Communion: it has a wonderfully open text
The text of this lovely piece is a variant of a Hymn (Chevalier II, 174, no. 12634) for the Feast of Holy Trinity. It shares with 'Ego
A splendid double-choir setting
A beautiful, extended setting of a popular Counter-Reformation text.

The original version of the mass, including the Gloria Tropes 'Spiritus et alme...' This version is at the original high pitch.
The three readings for the first Nocturn at Tenebrae (Matins) of Maundy Thursday from Palestrina's third set of Lamentations. I
II Heth (SAATB), II Aleph (SATTB), III Oratio (SSATTB)

The original version of the mass, including the Gloria Tropes 'Spiritus et alme...' This version is transposed down a 4th.

Purcell's well-known 'Hear my prayer, O Lord' is recognised to be the first section of an otherwise unwritten work, presumably w




One of the truly great pieces of Tallis, scored for high and low boys' voices plus men ATTB. An alternatim setting of a Sarum R
Presumed to have been composed to celebrate the lifting of the national excommunication of England upon the accession of C
Homo quidam is one of only 9 responds, or responsories, by Tallis which have survived. Its elaborate scoring, including a treble

One of the best-known pieces by Tallis, originally in 'highest clefs' with a French violin clef (G1) for the top voice, here offered a

A magnificent mass based on Victoria's own superb setting of the antiphon. Revised edition with original note values restored.
Victoria wrote no secular music. His 'love music', which in another composer would have been given expression in madrigals, is
A simple yet very beautiful piece.

Aus tieffen Not; Erbarm dich mein
As far as we know this is the only modern edition of the piece, a parody on part of Josquin's Vultum tuum.

On the death of Maximilian - a revision of Festa's piece on the death of Anne de Bretagne
So far available: Domine ne in furore; Domine exaudi orationem meam; Laudes Domini
Palestrina apparently contributed only this section of the Gloria to a mass written by several Roman composers.


This splendid piece, some eight and a half minutes in length, is attributed to Josquin in the only printed source - Cantiones sept
A new transcription of the antiphon as given in the Hartker ms (St. Gall 390-391). It differs considerably from the official Vatican
A magnificent mass, a parody on Croce's own motet. Our standard version (EMP0869) is a tone lower than the high-clef origina
A splendid double-choir piece, with the text 'Saul slew his thousands but David his ten thousands.' Model for the grand parody m
A magnificent double-choir setting of the familiar Ascensiontide text.
Very beautiful setting of a text derived from the Song of Songs. This performing editio9n is a third lower than the original.

Simple faburden/'Anglican chant' setting




From Croce's 'first book' of four-part motets, clearly designed for lass ambitious choirs. This anthology includes O sacrum conv
A lovely parody mass on Lassus' Easter motet (qv.)

Missa O Venus bant, also known as Missa In Summis, composed for the wedding of Ulrich von Württemberg and Sabine von B

The sixth Penitential Psalm (Ps. 129)
The fifth Penitential Psalm (Ps. 101)
A splendid occasional piece. Martin Morell provides the following note: The "sorella e moglie" of the "gran Tuonante" is of cours
The first Penitential Psalm (Ps. 6)
An almost understated setting from the Cantiones Sacrae of 1565.
The fourth Penitential Psalm (Ps. 50). This version is a fourth lower than the high-clef original.
Very chromatic!


It is fascinating to compare this with the well-known Gabrieli setting.
A revised edition of this magnificent double-choir setting.
A splendid motet. Model for the Missa Congratulamini mihi
A very fine mass built on Lassus' own Eastertide motet.
An enormous and impressive motet, the model for the Missa In principio (in preparation).
How does Lassus keep it up? A simply wonderful piece.
A magnificent piece requiring instruments (Tr. means Treble Clef, so at least 2 cornetti or violins, preferably with other doubling
The model for the Missa Surrexit pastor bonus of Ivo De Vento.
Recently identified as a cycle, and recorded for Christophorus by the Ensemble Hofkapelle. A remarkable set of 13 acerbic, poi




One of the three (English-texted) Anglican pieces composed by Mendelssohn about the time of his sister's death - Magnificat, N
Based on the madrigal by Wert.
Setting of part of Guarini's 'Il pastor fido' from the Fifth book of madrigals, 1605. Original of Scopini's 'Qui pependit in cruce.'




A comparatively early work. Its model is the Ascensiontide hymn Festum nunc celebre, in a version of the melody not found in I
This mass, together with the Missa BMV, forms the 6-part section of Palestrina's Third Book of masses for 4, 5 and 6 voices (1

One of Palestrina's magnificent responsories.

In te speravi (Holy Family) and Posuisti (St. Thomas a Becket, Dec. 29)



We once described this as a 'Catholic Bach Motet' - double choir, complex polyphony, a real discovery for the competent cham
Senfl's setting of Psalm 50 (51) belongs perhaps alongside his De profundis as all that remains of a complete set of the Peniten

Choralis Constantinus: Introit, Alleluia, Communion
Choralis Constantinus: Introit, Alleluia, Communion
A very beautiful alternatim Mass, here in the composer's revision for 6 voices, with the chant sections reconstructed from the G
One of the magnificent 6-voice introits preserved in manuscript in Munich.
This setting of the penitential psalm has become well-known in the attribution to Josquin which is now widely rejected. No reaso
The retexted 'protestantised' version of the familiar Marian motet.
One verse of the long motet 'Vultum tuum': this section was the basis for the mass by Willaert (qv.)
The famous Requiem which is scored in abysmally low clefs (including Gamma-3). It is here offered at the correct transposition
The piece was printed in Novum et insigne opus musicum...Nürnberg, 1537 (RISM 1537/1), where it was attributed to Josquin,
A splendid piece, usually heard in Easter week but also set for the Octave of the Nativity (January 1)
A lengthy setting of the first 2 verses of Ps. 142.
One of Byrd's most popular, but by no means easier madrigals. Offered a fourth lower than the original.
One of the most extreme of Byrd's 'Jerusalem' motets.
Another of Byrd's 'Jerusalem' motets.
A further 'Jerusalem' motet, this one printed in the Gradualia, and incorporating a daring diatribe against the King.
Unusual setting of a text from the book Ecclesiasticus (Jesus Sirach), which forms the whole of the third reading at the Little Of
Now identified as a Respond (or Responsory) for Feasts of Virgins and Non-Virgins. The 'Ad aequales' scoring can be tranpose


An unsual and very grand setting for seven voices, thought to have been composed for the Wedding of Ulrich von Württemberg
A setting which combines the hymn text Veni creator with a Pentecost Antiphon.

The famous piece is here presented at the original pitch, clearly for men's voices - it is also available tranposed if required.
The celebrated madrigal is given here at the correct transposed pitch.




The celebrated piece with a range of 4 octaves!
A setting of one of the 'Great O' Antiphons (Dec. 17)


A truly 'occasional' piece, with a pseudo-Classical Latin text, culminating in a triumphant chorus of praise to Duke Albrecht and

The Responsories for the second and third Nocturns of Tenebrae (Matins) on Holy Saturday. I Recessit pastor noster, II O vos

A striking and unusual piece in which the two main groups sing a typical romantic madrigal, while the burlesque extra Tenor ad
The celebrated piece, essentially a 6-part Viol Fantasy with vocal interjections (steet cries, watchman, beggars...). The price is
Our version of the familiar piece, correctly transposed for male voices but also available at other pitches.
Nun bitten wir den Heiligen Geist; Da pacem Domine/Verleih uns Frieden (dual texts)
Duo ubera tua (SSATB) and Quam pulchra es (SAATB). A pair of motets from the wonderfully sensuous cycle: further selection
See: Song of Songs
First of a series of Russian church pieces. This work requires some basses with bottom C.
An alternatim Mass, the chant to be improvised at the organ or sung choraliter - here again reconstructed from the Graduale Pa
A splendid Easter piece, typically combining a deep sense of the text and a madrigalistic approach to the words.
A quite wonderful madrigal, unusually for 6 voices, from the Fifth Book of Madrigals, 1588.
A lovely parody mass, whose madrigal model has not yet been identified. Baccusi was maestro di cappella at Santo Stefano in
Rejoice in the Lord alway, and again I say rejoice!
The opening of Vox clamantis is an antiphon sung in Advent. Wert's setting is of a longer version of the text from Isaiah Chapte
A verse from the hymn Vexilla regis, in honour of Holy Cross.

A magnificent piece, scored for seven voices. It includes a triple canon as if to outdo Josquin's famous setting.
Psalm Antiphon: Alleluia, alleluia and Magnificat Antiphon: Surrexit enim. Believed to be the first moden edition of any of Senfl's
A piece celebrated for its extremely chromatic style. It sets the first part of each of several verses of Psalm 76 and seems appro
A version of 'Ave Maria...Virgo serena' revised by the Lutherans, with the familiar Marian texts replaced with Biblical texts from
Scored for SATB soli and SSATB chorus, this piece includes an unusually high proportion of solo writing. The text is a paraphra
A splendid piece. It is scored for 5-part chorus SSATB with verses. The text is a paraphrase of Psalm 104, 33-35.
One of the best-known of Purcell's Anthems. It is scored for 5-part chorus with extended solo passages for Tenor and for Bass
Scored for SSATB chorus, with solos for ATB. The text is a paraphrase from Psalm 79.
This splendid piece is scored for 4-part chorus, which divides for the final Hallelujah (source of the hymn tune 'Westminster Abb
A very fine piece scored for 8-part chorus with solo verses for SSATB. The text is a paraphrase from Psalm 80.
A very effective piece scored for 4-part chorus with solo verses for SAB. The text is a para-phrase from Psalm 130, one of the P
This very familiar piece is scored throughout for 5-part chorus. The text is taken from the Litany, and remained unchanged in al
Well-known in Cathedral choirs, this piece is scored for 5-part chorus SSATB with verses for SSA and ATB. The text seems no
A very effective and deceptively simple piece, which provided the model for the Missa Dies sanctificatus.
Well-known Christmas piece
Less well-known Christmas piece with demanding ranges for SSA (or T with top Bflat)
Delightful but little-known Christmas piece from the Cantiones Aliquot of 1569.
A muscular Christmas piece from Munich MS Mus 48
Well-known in Germany, a setting of Paul Gerhard's choral with two violins and bass, here with alternative florid violin parts by M
A splendid piece, some 7 minutes long. Available in versions for mixed and for male voices.
A magnificent setting based on Josquin's motet (A Mary Sequence) The work was composed for Duke Ercole II of Ferrara, and
A setting of a text derived from the Testament of St. Francis of Assisi (1226), suitable for Eastertide or for feasts of Holy Cross.
A splendid declamatory and rhythmically complex piece - also suitable for the season following Pentecost. The piece is in high
A beautiful setting of the familiar Marian piece, originally cleffed TrSMAABa. It is usually offered transposed down a tone or dow
A setting of verses from the Benedicite originally cleffed TrTrMAABa. It is usually offered transposed down a tone or down a fou
A powerful setting of the familiar text from Ps. 95. An unusual but typically Venetian scoring, combining vocal clefs with a very lo
One of several pieces for seven voices in Merulo's Second Book of Motets. The text is a Vesper Antiphon on Christmas Day an
One of several pieces for seven voices in Merulo's Second Book of Motets. The text clearly relates to Savonarola's famous com
One of several pieces for seven voices in Merulo's Second Book of Motets. The text from Rom. 11 occurs liturgically as a readi
One of the few pieces by a female composer of the period. She was prioress of the musically renowned Augustinian convent of
A simple attractive setting, clearly influenced by Palestrina's but none the less worth exploring.
One of the best of the four-part pieces of Anerio, and a very effective setting of the text. Besides the settings by Deering and M
This is one of only 24 Latin sacred motets by Arcadelt, who is better known for his over 120 chansons and 200 madrigals. But h
One of the loveliest of the short pieces in Byrd's great Gradualia. The text is part of the Beatitudes from the Sermon on the Mou
A magnificent piece, one of the few for 6 voices in the Gradualia associated with the feasts of St Peter. The text is both Magnifi
Frye's piece, a setting of an unusual variant text, survives in many mss in Eastern Europe, with three different Tenor parts. My e
Few Full Anthems of Gibbons survive. This is a magnificent piece suitable for Advent and general use. This version is set a thir
Few Full Anthems of Gibbons survive. This setting of part of Psalm 6, one of the Penitential Psalms, is suitable for Advent, Len
The piece is given in Handl's Opus Musicum as a Responsory for Epiphany. In certain rites, however, including that of St Mark'
One of the most celebrated of Josquin's pieces, imitated by many composers. The Tenor sings throughout the piece the single
This piece is variously attributed to Josquin and to Verdelot, and is probably by neither. It sets sections of verses from Psalms 1
A setting of the familiar text, which was often attributed to Isaac.
A minor master of early Protestant music, Lackner was among the first recognised composers born in Styria. His music seems
A setting of part of Psalm 46/47. especially associated with the Ascension.
An extended setting of the Antiphon.
An awesome piece: in my ensemble Hofkapelle we refer to this is 'Obrecht's Ninth'. The piece is on a huge scale and lasts a go
A fine piece for Advent, not, however, a setting of the first Respond at Matins on the 4th Sunday in Advent. But it is in the famili
A magnificent double-choir setting which makes a fascinating contrast to the 5-part version. It comes from the same collection
A magnificent double-choir setting which was the model for the Missa Fratres ego.
A magnificent double-choir mass based on Palestrina's own motet. It is of course not only suitable for Corpus Christi, although
A splendid piece whose scale indicates something of the esteem in which Hedwig - Patrona Silesiae - was held. She was born
One of the most attractive motets of the prolific Jacob Regnart, a setting of the familiar text (Take my yoke upon you) from St. M
This beautiful motet by Vincenzo Ruffo is from the first book of 5-voice motets, 1542, which was his first publication.
A two-part piece from the Cantiones Sacrae of 1625. The text is from the Song of Songs and receives here a wonderfully light I
A three-part piece from the Cantiones Sacrae of 1625. The text, like many in the collection, was derived by Andreas Musculus f

A remarkable piece, setting the whole of the Beatitudes from the Sermon on the Mount. No liturgical use has been identified for
Beatus vir is not one of the usual Psalm texts but is verse 12 of the first chapter of the Epistle of St James.
Not the more usual Psalm 116 but Psalm 150, set for Lauds on Feasts and for the Dead, but more likely intended for a splendid
The text is especially associated with Corpus Christi, but the piece will nowadays be sung as a Communion motet.



A piece insecurely attributed to Josquin.

The earlier (1556) of two settings of the familiar Vespers/Evensong Verse Give peace in our time, O Lord...
A stark setting of the opening passage of Savonarola's meditation on Psalm 50 (51) Miserere mei Deus. This text, which was a
A magnificent madrigal. The top part is clearly intended for cornetto so that other instrumental participation is to be encouraged



A reconstruction of a movement from a Requiem which survives only in an organ score.
The chanson model for Lassus' parody Magnificat.
Insecurely attributed to Palestrina, this is nonetheless a fine piece.
The famous double-choir setting, here offered a fourth lower than the high clef original - other transpositions are of course poss

A beautiful piece with obvious similarities to Andrea Gabrieli's setting. The familiar text is here set in its form as Magnificat Antip
A lovely little piece, which has become a favourite. The text (from Psalm 54) was frequently sung as part of the Introit or at the C
A beautiful and effective setting, scored for SMAT, so although it fits SATB well it could be transposed to suit many different gro
A setting of the whole of Psalm 126. A most effective work, in Senfl's Josquinesque style. The piece appears in the Complete W
Rorate coeli (SSATBB), a stirring piece, and O Sapientia (SATTB),very calm. Also available separately.
One of the splendid pieces from Gastoldi's Fourth Book of madrigals, with a text from Guarini's Il Pastor Fido.
Obviously a politically motivated piece - the text is non-liturgical, and the translation in part reads 'deliver us from the hand of Ph
Rightly one of Byrd's best-known pieces, almost homophonic and most effective. Transposed down a 4th from the high-clefs or
One of the most extreme of Byrd's 'Jerusalem' motets.Vide Domine is a non-liturgical text also set by other composers - includi
Unusually scored, with SATT and F5 clefs, certainly feasible for unaccompanied voices but benefiting from a curtal (Dulcian) on
A parody on Palestrina's charming Christmas motet, also available in our Edition. Michael Procter has questioned the attribution
This is one of a series of 5-voice motets for Christmastide which Lassus published at different times and which were gathered t
Our catalogue includes many pieces by Andrea Gabrieli, whom we consider the greatest 'unknown' composer of the Renaissan
Although the original cleffing clearly indicates transposition, we also offer the work here at original pitch. Some movements are
The Introit is the notorious example of low scoring, with Tenor, Bartone, Bass and an extremely low bass set a fifth below the u




Both versions of the hymn, each at two pitches: the lower original (SATTB) and up a third (SAATB).
Published by arrangement with Acqua Alta Editions (New York) this is the first modern edition of Gastoldi's 4th book of 5-part m
From Sacrae Cantiones 1572
Includes four pieces at transposed pitch (a fourth lower):Deh, bella e cara (SSATB), *Come in vago giardin (SSATB), Ciechi mo
Published by arrangement with Acqua Alta Editions (New York) this is the first modern edition of Massaino's 4th book of 5-part
Includes 5 single madrigals and the sestina 'La ver l'aurora'. All the settings but one are SSATB. The Appendix also includes M
An impressive work in an unusual 7-voice scoring. The text is actually that of the Capitulum (Reading) at Terce for the Vigil of th
A setting of the Vesper Hymn for the feast of the Holy Trinity (also set for Saturday Vespers from the Saturday after the Octave
Hoyoul was a pupil of Lassus who became Kapellmeister in Stuttgart. His Sacrae Cantiones are his best-known work (recorded
An unusually early piece for our catalogue, this is a 'madrigal' for three voices (I suggest TTB but SSA is equally valid.)
One of the best-known pieces from the late 14th century repertoire. It has two high voices in canon (with extremely difficult rhyt
This lovely madrigal, confusingly attributed to Morales in later sources, was the model for parody masses by Andrea Gabrieli an
One of several masses based on Rore's madrigal (also in our catalogue), Palestrina's was included in the Liber XI Missarum of
A lovely setting of 'God so loved the world.' This version is a third lower than the high clef original.
A suitably joyful setting for the one Sunday in Lent where violet vestments are set aside.
A splendid double-choir setting of Psalm 99 (100) from the Concerti... of 1587. Possibly composed for one of the feast days of S
A selection from the many variants provided by Isaac in the Choralis Constantinus.
The original 4-voice version of Isaac's Mary Mass, with the chant sections reconstructed from the Graduale Pataviense (Passau
One of the loveliest of the short pieces in Byrd's great Gradualia. The text is part of the Beatitudes from the Sermon on the Mou



An unusual text deriving from a pre-Tridentine Rite and found as far as we can establish only in this setting from Handl's Opus
An unusual text deriving from a pre-Tridentine Rite and found as far as we can establish only in this setting.
The mass is here transposed down a third, to a pitch suitable for mixed voices.
The mass is here transposed down a fourth
A charming and simple setting of a text from the liturgy of Virgins. As well as a Magnificat Antiphon the piece is suitable as Allel
An early work by 'Chachi' Martinez, with ostinato and changing rhythms but well within reach of most choirs.
One of the few Renaissance pieces with a Polish text which have found their way into the repertoire. A simple but effective setti
Two Latin pieces intended for use before (Das Benedicite vor dem Essen) and after meals (Das Deo Gratias nach dem Essen)
The first piece in the Cantiones Sacrae. A sombre and intense piece, reminiscent not only in its text of Gabrieli (who was Schüt
One of the few pieces in the Cantiones Sacrae which have achieved popularity! A rhythmical challenge to any choir.
One of the most old-fashioned, motet-style pieces in the Cantiones Sacrae, reminiscent of Andrea Gabrieli.
This piece, combining two Laudate Psalms (148 and 150) was composed to complete the set of seven Penitential Psalms, occ
This, surely the most penitential of the motets in Schütz' Cantiones Sacrae, is in many ways striking. Its text, alone of the collec
A splendid piece from Hassler's 1601 collection of Sacri concentus.
A charming and gentle interpretation of the text set as an Antiphon at Lauds, repeated at Sext, on Christmas Day.
A lovely and lively setting. The text is that of an Antiphon for Christmas Day, and the opening of a Responsory for the Christma

An extended work in four partes, setting the Gospel reading for the Purification which is also used on the Saturday before Adve

A magnificent piece in two 5-part choirs, very suitable for instrumental participation.
A simple but effective piece which exists in two versions, with Latin and German texts. Both versions are given here.
One of Lassus' strange musical jokes. The Tenor sings the syllables Ut - Re - Mi - Fa etc., separated by pauses in which the ot
I propose to issue a series of Crequillon's motets which have undeservedly remained undiscovered. This is a splendid piece, its
Daser was the choirmaster in Munich when Lassus joined the Bavarian Court Chapel as a tenor, putting Daser rather in the pos
The first modern edition of Croce's only - and lovely - 6-voice mass, which survives complete in only one copy in the cathedral a
A fine double-choir piece whose text has not yet been identified, but is a rhymed version of the Introit for the Ascension. Possib
The seventh Penitential Psalm, in this performing version down a third from the high clef original.
One of the final verses of St. Thomas Aquinas' Sequence Lauda Sion for Corpus Christi. On its own the text is often used as a
A fine setting of the highly descriptive text.
A rather unusual setting including the Verse Cum intuerentur. Most settings provide only the 'antiphon' part of the Introit, this on
Simple double-choir setting from Croce's Compieta (Compline) collection of 1591
From Croce's Vespertina collection of 1597
Croce provided settings of all five 'Cinque Laudate' psalms in his Vespertina collection. This setting of the 'other' Laudate psalm
A simple but effective setting of verses from Ps. 95, from Croce's 4-part motets of 1597. The collection was obviously intended
A penitential piece: Look down O Lord from thy holy seat and think on us...
This lovely five-part setting is from the Cantiones Sacrae, here presented a tone lower than the original high-clef setting. The te
Let not your heart be troubled...
Hear the voice and prayer...
And I shall pray the Father, and he will send you a new Comforter......
A charming little echo piece. Martin Morell points out that the original print had all four voices of the echo choir in one partbook,




For the two feasts of St Peter, this and St Peter's Chains, Byrd provided the only 6-voice Propers in his great Gradualia - an obv
One of the best-known masses of Palestrina (although the ascription to him cannot be regarded as certain). The model is of co
The second of three short masses for five voices published in 1596, which were reprinted together with a fourth, for 6 voices, in
Another in the authoritative series of Italian madrigal publications which we distribute in cooperation with Acqua Alta Edition of N
A high clef piece usually offered down a 4th but available at other pitches
A high clef piece usually offered down a 4th but available at other pitches
A high clef piece usually offered down a 4th but available at other pitches
A stunning piece with long drawn-out discordant word-painting. A high clef piece usually offered down a 4th.




One of three French masses added to our catalogue in summer 2006. Cosset worked mainly at Reims. His masses are counte
One of three French masses added to our catalogue in summer 2006. De Bournonville worked mainly in Amiens, but near the e
One of three French masses added to our catalogue in summer 2006. No other music by Dagneaux is known, and the only info
An anthology of pieces intended for male voices. It includes several of the 'Jerusalem' or political motets. The works represente
Both settings - for SATB and SAATB - in one booklet.
The mass is here transposed down a fifth, the pitch at which our editor considers it rightly belongs. This version has the top voic
This magnificent motet was first printed in 15213 and frequently anthologised, surviving in several widely scattered manuscripts
A powerful motet with two simultaneous texts, which survives in very differing and probably corrupt forms. My edition is based o
This beautiful piece, which became famous through its use in the German film Vaya con Dios, is an oddity among Josquin's wo
This short but beautiful piece by Brumel is a setting of a text from the Song of Songs: As the lily among thorns, so is my love am
Presumed to have been composed to celebrate the lifting of the national excommunication of England upon the accession of C
The third of the short masses for five voices published in 1596, which were reprinted together with a fourth, for 6 voices, in 159
A charming two-voice setting of the familiar chant, discovered by Dr Mary Berry in a small processional used by nuns in the 15t
The second of three short masses for five voices published in 1596, which were reprinted together with a fourth, for 6 voices, in
Another in the authoritative series of Italian madrigal publications which we distribute in cooperation with Acqua Alta Edition of N



(Gerusalemme liberata)

(Gerusalemme liberata)
(Gerusalemme liberata) A high-clef piece usually offered down a 4th.
It is with this splendid collection of Christmastide music that Byrd's second book of Gradualia opens. It includes the complete P


A splendid 10-voice madrigal - in the source described as a 'Bacchanale'. The first two verses dutifully praise Bacchus, Hymen
One of the Christmas Responsories by Esperanca in a manuscript at Coimbra, in which the verse (here 'Ave Maria') is sung by
A splendid 6-voice setting
One of a small number of sacred madrigals from Croce
Josquin's Mary Mass is a complex piece, for 4 and 5 voices, with canons in the Credo, Sanctus and Agnus. Only the Credo is in
It is with this collection of pieces that Byrd's first book of Gradualia opens. These are the Propers for the Mass of the Purificatio
This attractive piece from Croce's Cantiones Sacrae is also preserved in a manuscript in the library of the Basilica di San Marco
This delightful piece for the feast of Holy Trinity, from the Cantiones Sacrae, was also collected by Schadeus in the third volume
One of two splendid pieces by Ingegneri edited for the 2007 Venice Academy. This is for the feast of Holy Trinity. Ingegneri's se
One of two splendid pieces by Ingegneri edited for the 2007 Venice Academy. Duo Seraphim was frequently sung extra-liturgic
One of the three double-choir masses of Croce published in 1596 and presumably composed in the first instance for St Mark's.
Croce's motet of 1594, which provided the model for his mass.
A lovely Song of Songs setting in the unusual scoring for 7 voices, offered at the original pitch.
I have been unable to find either a liturgical place or any other setting of this text which is obviously for the Assumption. I suppo


An extraordinary piece: an 'echo motet' in which a feature familiar from madrigal writing is put to sacred, if not liturgical use. The

This is a setting of Ps 68, 17-19, which does not appear to have a specific liturgical function. However, the first part of the text,
Croce provided settings of all four standard Marian Antiphons in his 1591 collection of music for Compline. They are all compar
A lovely setting of a beautiful text also set by Lambe and Mouton.
A beautiful setting of a Song of Songs text.
A setting of a text from Isaiah 55.

A striking Counter-Reformation text which does not have a place in the liturgy.
A setting not found in the original print but included in a manuscript copy of Croce's Vespers music in the Staats- und Stadtbibli
Two settings of poems by Emily Dickinson - I'm Nobody and I held a jewel in my finger. The second is conventionally written, w
A splendid mass setting based on the motet by Guerrero (EMP744)
One of Guerrero's loveliest motets, the model for Duarte Lobo's mass (EMP743)
One of the three masses for double choir. Like the Missa Percussit Saul mille, this setting was probably composed to be sung o
A wonderful setting of the text familiar from Byrd's setting, also suitable for general pentitential use. This version is a fourth lowe
This beautiful motet by Vincenzo Ruffo is from the first book of 5-voice motets, 1542, which was his first publication. Transpose
A powerful motet with two simultaneous texts, which survives in very differing and probably corrupt forms. My edition is based o
Rejoice in the Lord alway, and again I say rejoice! A version transposed down a semitone from the high-clef original.
The well-known 'Mass for four voices' is a high-clef piece and is available at various pitches. The Editor considers the piece sho
This only four-choir mass by Croce was apparently written at the request of Archduke Ferdinand, later Emperor Ferdinand II, w
A contrafactum or, arguably, the original version, of Isaac's Angeli Archangeli. The use of the Comme femme descomfortee the
Newly typeset edition of pieces from Choralis Constantinus, including the Introit which poses a considerable puzzle as it offers d
Choralis Constantinus: Introit, Alleluia, Communion.
This unusual piece is one of two added by Robert Wylkynson in his own hand to the Eton Choirbook, after the index had alread
This unusual piece is one of two added by Robert Wylkynson in his own hand to the Eton Choirbook, after the index had alread
Chorus score Chorus I
Chorus score Chorus II
Chorus score Chorus III
Chorus score Chorus IV
Set of parts for all 16 voices including alternative clefs (25 parts)
This is the version for male voices.
One of the 15 settings of Salve Regina in the Eton Choirbook. In Eton use, this text was required for the final Marian Antiphon e
The archetypal Mary Mass, providing most of the familiar segments re-used in many of the other Propers. Its atypical ad aequa
This lovely piece is one of the few with which Byrd made mistakes in his immense Gradualia: the piece is provided in the short
This, surely the most penitential of the motets in Schütz' Cantiones Sacrae, is in many ways striking. Its text, alone of the collec
One of the loveliest (and least complicated) of the pieces in the Eton Choirbook. Here revised and typeset and replacing the ma
A magnificent and beautiful piece, one of no less than 12 settings in the Eton Choirbook, including two by Turges. The text is a
Alternative version at higher pitch.
A wonderful setting of the text familiar from Byrd's setting, also suitable for general penitential use. This version is a tone lower
Alternative version, a third higher than the original.
Alternative version, a third higher than the original.
A further motet from Gabrieli’s Sacrae Cantiones. This version is a tone below the high clef original.
This alternative version, also transposed a tone down from the original, gives the Altus in the treble clef.
Now identified as a Respond (or Responsory) for Feasts of Virgins and Non-Virgins. The 'Ad aequales' scoring can be tranpose
One of the most difficult pieces in the Eton Choirbook, this is the only known setting of the text. According to a remark in the Ch
A further lovely mass from Gabrieli’s Primus Liber. Its model is a madrigal by Willaert (printed in the edition but also available s


Revised edition 2008.




A lovely gentle Marian piece, available either a 4th (as here) or a tone lower than the original.

A lovely extended madrigal which provided the model for one of Andrea Gabrieli's magnificent 6-voice masses, available from u
A splendid piece from Palestrina's greatly underrated Offertoria totius anni... 1593.
A magnificent piece in two substantial parts, from Palestrina's first publication of sacred music. This is a newly printed version w
A magnificent piece in two substantial parts, from Palestrina's first publication of sacred music. This is a newly printed version w
A revised edition of Josquin's famous piece, which provided the model for many parodies. Josquin probably took the idea from
A lovely piece, the second part of which has been recorded by Chanticleer. It sets an early variant of the standard text, whose s
A lovely piece, the second part of which has been recorded by Chanticleer. It sets an early variant of the standard text, whose s
A lovely piece, the second part of which has been recorded by Chanticleer. It sets an early variant of the standard text, whose s
A magnificent mass, a parody on Josquin's celebrated setting of the Marian Sequence (also in EMP) in a new edition (replacing
An unusual piece, setting the first 6 verses of Psalm 54, which seems to be set only as the Introit of the Wednesday in the 4th w
This version is a 4th lower than the original.
This version is at original pitch.
This is the San Marco setting of the Requiem whose manuscript bears the date 1598.
This is the second, very simple setting of the Requiem.




A text found in no other setting, its belligerent - indeed pugnacious - character makes it apparent that it was written either for th




This performing edition is a third lower than the original pitch.




One of the shorter pieces in the 1610 collection. It has - naturally - a duo for 'Duo Seraphim' and a trio for 'Tres sunt', and only t




A piece, probably composed for a celebration at one of the Venetian Scuole Grande, 'in honore Beati N.' so that the name of th
A splendid piece, which seems to be a unique setting of the text. It is one of the larger-scale pieces in the 1610 collection, with

A splendid piece, which seems to be a unique setting of the text, probably composed for a celebration at one of the Venetian S


This splendid piece opens the 1610 collection. Like all the pieces in the collection it is scored for a group of soloists, and a 4-vo
This lovely five-part setting is from the Cantiones Sacrae, here presented at the original high pitch. The text is in the form set as




This is one of the pieces assumed to have been composed for performance at one of the Venetian Scuole Grande, where Croc



One of the many Responsories hidden among Croce's output, possibly composed for extra-liturgical use at one of the Scuole G
This is one of the larger-scale pieces from the 1610 collection, with sections for different groups of soloists and no less than five
This is one of the smaller-scale pieces from the 1610 collection. The text has been derived from Ecclesiasticus 50, 6-7 and ‘Ma

Another Marian piece from the 1610 collection, which has solos for each of the tenor soloists, a trio SAB and the grand tutti with
A composite text drawing on references in several psalms.




A delightful Christmas piece, setting a familiar mediaeval text (also found under the title In hoc anni circulo). Typical of the Sacr

A delightful setting, with Croce's typical flowing scale passages effectively illustrating the garlands of 'flores rosarum et lilia conv

This delightful miniature is from Croce’s book of four-voice motets of 1597. It is a setting of Psalm 76 (77), verse 1, for which I c
A magnificent mass, a parody on Croce's own motet. Our standard version (this one) is a tone lower than the high-clef original




One of the three masses for double choir. Like the Missa Percussit Saul mille, this setting was probably composed to be sung o
One of the three double-choir masses of Croce published in 1596 and presumably composed in the first instance for St Mark's.




The English version of the Sette Sonetti, published in London in 1601. Available separately or as a set. See separate entries fo

Simple chant formulae in 8 Tones
The Latin version of the Sette Sonetti, published in Nürnberg in 1599. Available separately or as a set. See separate entries for




The complete opening rite of Compline including the lesson Fratres sobrii estotes; Adjutorium nostri/Qui fecit coelum; Converte




This setting is of Psalm 146, found only in the Vespers 'delle cinque Laudate' as sung on many Feasts in the special liturgy of S
A stark and affective setting from Croce's oddly titled 'Salmi che si cantano a terza'. This setting was clearly intended for Lauds




An odd survival in a manuscript in Chioggia, this work can only dubiously be ascribed to Croce. It is not yet available.


A magnificent mass, a parody on Croce's own motet. Our standard version is a tone lower than the high-clef original and omits

The English version of Sonnet I from 'Musica Sacra'.
The English version of Sonnet II from 'Musica Sacra'.
The English version of Sonnet III from 'Musica Sacra'.
The English version of Sonnet IV from 'Musica Sacra'.
The English version of Sonnet V from 'Musica Sacra'.
The English version of Sonnet VI from 'Musica Sacra'.
The English version of Sonnet VII from 'Musica Sacra'.
The Latin version of Sonnet I from 'Septem psalmi poenitentiales'.
The Latin version of Sonnet II from 'Septem psalmi poenitentiales'.
The Latin version of Sonnet III from 'Septem psalmi poenitentiales'.
The Latin version of Sonnet IV from 'Septem psalmi poenitentiales'.
The Latin version of Sonnet V from 'Septem psalmi poenitentiales'.
The Latin version of Sonnet VI from 'Septem psalmi poenitentiales'.
The Latin version of Sonnet VII from 'Septem psalmi poenitentiales'.
A marianised version of the familiar liturgical text, including: Tres sunt qui testimonium hodie de Virgine virginum dant in caelo e
A magnificent mass, a parody on Croce's own motet. Our standard version (EMP0869) is a tone lower than the high-clef origina
A magnificent mass, a parody on Croce's own motet. Our standard version (EMP0869) is a tone lower than the high-clef origina
A lovely extended madrigal which provided the model for one of Andrea Gabrieli's magnificent 6-voice masses, available from u
A further lovely mass from Gabrieli’s Primus Liber. Its model is a madrigal by Willaert (printed in the edition but also available s
A lovely parody mass, whose madrigal model has not yet been identified. Baccusi was maestro di cappella at Santo Stefano in
One of the masses composed for the chapel of the Gonzagas in Mantua between 1568 and 1579. Unlike the other settings, this
One of the masses composed for the chapel of the Gonzagas in Mantua between 1568 and 1579. Unlike the other settings, this
One of the masses composed for the chapel of the Gonzagas in Mantua between 1568 and 1579. Unlike the other settings, this
A simple three-voice arrangement of the plainsong sung either at the Offertory or during the washing of feet at the Mass of the
A transposed version a fourth higher than the original, ideal for modern mixed choirs.
This version is given a third higher than the original.
A version of the piece with the text adjusted to suit Feasts of St Francis (Franciscus).
A version of the piece with the text adjusted to suit the Feast of St James (Jacobus).
Transposed version: the original is in high clefs, this version (in E flat) is a tone lower. Other transpositions are available on req
The set of three Lectiones from the Lamentations for Maundy Thursday, from Croce's first set of Lamentations 1603.
The set of three Lectiones from the Lamentations for Good Friday, from Croce's first set of Lamentations 1603.
The set of three Lectiones from the Lamentations for Holy Saturday, from Croce's first set of Lamentations 1603.
A version set a third higher than the original, for SATB.
A version set a third higher than the original, for SATB.
A version set a third higher than the original, for SATB.
A version set a third higher than the original, for SATB.
A version set a third higher than the original, for SATB.
A version set a third higher than the original, for SATB.
This version is at the original high clef pitch.
One of my earliest transcriptions, made as a student in the 1970s, now finally typeset. A splendid piece making full use of the in
The seventh Penitential Psalm, in this version at the pitch of the high clef original.
A new performing edition of Handel's great setting of Dryden's Ode for St Cecilia, first performed in 1736. We shall make the pe
Senfl's setting of Psalm 50 (51) belongs perhaps alongside his De profundis as all that remains of a complete set of the Peniten
The fourth Penitential Psalm (Ps. 50). This version is only a tone lower than the high-clef original and thus better suited to mixe
Senfl's setting of Psalm 50 (51) belongs perhaps alongside his De profundis as all that remains of a complete set of the Peniten
This version is a fourth lower than the original pitch.
This version is a third lower than the original pitch.
Very beautiful setting of a text derived from the Song of Songs. This version is at the original high pitch.
This setting is included in a manuscript copy of Croce's Vespers music in the Staats- und Stadtbibliothek Augsburg. This versio
This version is at the original pitch.
This dual-texted piece is a 6-voice madrigal from the first book of madrigals for 6 voices, which was reprinted as a contrafactum
This dual-texted piece is a 6-voice madrigal from the first book of madrigals for 6 voices, which was reprinted as a contrafactum
This version is a fourth lower than the high-clef original, ideal for performance with cornetts and sackbuts.
A magnificent mass, a parody on Croce's own motet. Our standard version is a tone lower than the high-clef original and omits
A splendid double-choir piece, with the text 'Saul slew his thousands but David his ten thousands.' Model for the grand parody m
This is a reprint of the first edition (1905) of the famous pieces - Justorum animae, Coelos ascendit hodie, Beati quorum via inte
I have listed the piece as the Offertory for All Saints, which is the official liturgical place for the text. However, it is often sung as
I have listed the piece for the Ascension, for which alone it is appropriate. However, the piece has achieved wide currency as a
I have listed the piece for Feasts of Martyrs according to the liturgical use of Psalm 119, of which this is the opening. However,
The well-known 'Mass for three voices' is an ad aequales piece (with 'close-together' clefs, in this case MAT) and is available a
The well-known 'Mass for three voices' is an ad aequales piece (with 'close-together' clefs, in this case MAT) and is available a
The well-known 'Mass for three voices' is an ad aequales piece (with 'close-together' clefs, in this case MAT) and is available a
The well-known 'Mass for three voices' is an ad aequales piece (with 'close-together' clefs, in this case MAT) and is available a
A splendid piece appropriate for the Ascension but presumably originally written for the annual Lepanto celebration at S. Giustin
A splendid piece making full use of the instrumental references in the text - tympanis, citharis, cymbalis... This performing editio
A magnificent double-choir setting of the familiar Ascensiontide text. Here offered as a set of parts (each choir consisting of cor
Croce provided settings of all five 'Cinque Laudate' psalms in his Vespertina collection. This setting of the 'other' Laudate psalm
A text found in no other setting, its belligerent - indeed pugnacious - character makes it apparent that it was written either for th
This version is a fourth lower than the high-clef original, ideal for performance with cornetts and sackbuts. A text found in no oth
A magnificent mass, a parody on Croce's own motet. The piece is available with or without the two-part 'Partidura', the original

Includes Tibi laus, tibi gloria and Duo Seraphim, which are also available separately.
This setting of the penitential psalm has become well-known in the attribution to Josquin which is now widely rejected. No reaso
Three masses by French composers.
One of the three (English-texted) Anglican pieces composed by Mendelssohn about the time of his sister's death - Magnificat, N
From Lassus' 6-voice Cantiones Sacrae, a piece written in honour of his employer: To thee, O prince renowned for your life of
From Lassus' 6-voice Cantiones Sacrae, a piece written in honour of his employer. Here transposed down a 4th.
The second of three short masses for five voices published in 1596, which were reprinted together with a fourth, for 6 voices, in
The second of three short masses for five voices published in 1596, which were reprinted together with a fourth, for 6 voices, in
The Introit for the Votive Mass of Our Lady in Advent, which gave its name to the 'Rorate' masses kept in Advent. Given here a
The final section of Lassus' monumental Lagrime di San Pietro, it is the only verse of the 21 with a Latin text, assumed to have
The final section of Lassus' monumental Lagrime di San Pietro, it is the only verse of the 21 with a Latin text, assumed to have
The Introit for the Votive Mass of Our Lady in Advent, which gave its name to the 'Rorate' masses kept in Advent. Given here a
This mass, together with the Missa BMV, forms the 6-part section of Palestrina's Third Book of masses for 4, 5 and 6 voices (1
The Introit for the Votive Mass of Our Lady in Advent, which gave its name to the 'Rorate' masses kept in Advent. Given here a
This is one of the best-known pieces of English church music, but it has always been presented a third higher than the original.
This is one of the best-known pieces of English church music. Our edition seems to be the only one which is available at the or
This little-known carol is a setting of the text by Ben Jonson, with added Alleluias. It dates from 1928, in the final phase of Elgar
This is one of the best-known pieces of English church music, often sung as an Anthem. It would be grand to find a way of sing
Another in a growing series of simple 3-part settings for liturgical use, originally composed for the Choralschola of St Michael, W
The Greater Alleluia for the Mass of the Annunciation when this falls in Eastertide. Byrd printed it out of order in the Gradualia b
This simple setting is from a holograph manuscript at S. Giovanni Laterano. Its original cleffing (TrTrMA) is an 'ad aequales' co
This simple setting is from a holograph manuscript at S. Giovanni Laterano. Its original cleffing (TrTrMA) is an 'ad aequales' co
This simple setting is from a holograph manuscript at S. Giovanni Laterano. Its original cleffing (TrTrMA) is an 'ad aequales' co
Well-known Christmas piece, here a tone higher than the original.
Well-known Christmas piece, here a third higher than the original.
A splendid declamatory and rhythmically complex piece - also suitable for the season following Pentecost. The piece is in high
Includes Iste sanctus for Martyrs, and Veni sponsa Christi for Virgins.
An attractive and accessible setting.
Most people know the piece (a) transposed up a third from the original pitch, and (b) in versions produced by collating all the re
The madrigal “Godi, felice seno” is a welcome addition to the repertoire of large-scale secular pieces. It was published in Croce
A beautiful setting of a Song of Songs text. Here a semitone lower than the original.
Version of EMP0725 adapted for use on the Feast of All Saints.
A lovely gentle Marian piece, available either a 4th (EMP0785) or a tone lower than the original, as here.
A sombre setting of a Respond from the Office for the Dead. The piece survives without one of the voices which has been reco
A suite arranged by Michael Procter. Ouverture (Gravement); Aire de Paysan; Rondeau; La Bohemienne; Air des Bisquayens;
Score only of the suite arranged by Michael Procter. Includes oboe and basson.
A suite arranged by Michael Procter. Ouverture (Gravement); Aire de Paysan; Rondeau; La Bohemienne; Air des Bisquayens;
A version of the piece laid out to permit its liturgical use as a Responsory either on the First Sunday in Lent or, with an added G
Version of EMP0826 adapted for use on the Feast of All Saints.
Oratio Jeremiae, the third Lesson from the Lamentations on Holy Saturday and thus the last of the nine sections from the Lame
Oratio Jeremiae, the third Lesson from the Lamentations on Holy Saturday and thus the last of the nine sections from the Lame
Oratio Jeremiae, the third Lesson from the Lamentations on Holy Saturday and thus the last of the nine sections from the Lame
The fourth setting of the text by White. The hymn was sung in Sarum Rite at Compline of the First and Third Sunday in Lent.
One of four double-choir Psalms included in Victoria's collection of hymns, 1581. Here at original pitch (the original has 'normal
One of four double-choir Psalms included in Victoria's collection of hymns, 1581. Here a third above original pitch, better suited
Lechner's Passion setting exists only in a manuscript in the University Library in Kassel, where it has the title Historia der Passi
Ockeghem's Missa Cuiusvis toni is so composed that it may be sung in 'any tone'; it is provided with four sets of clefs and signa
A setting of the remarkable mediaeval 'Visio Sancti Morandi', a dialogue between the Abbot Morandus and the ghost of St. Bern
One of several pieces from Donato's retrospective collection of 1599 which we are publishing for the International Academy of S
One of several pieces from Donato's retrospective collection of 1599 which we are publishing for the International Academy of S
A delightful piece, a setting of one of the psalms sung at Tuesday Vespers and on Feasts of Apostles. In line with its unusual sc
A delightful song (but with a rather trivial text), confirming ones suspicion that the composer of the 'Metodo pratico' was capable
One of several new pieces by Merulo which we are publishing for the International Academy of Sacred Music 2010 in Venice. T
A completely new edition replacing the Beauchamp Press version which we took over in 2008. This magnificent setting was the
A completely new edition replacing the Beauchamp Press version which we took over in 2008. This magnificent setting was the
A completely new edition replacing the Beauchamp Press version which we took over in 2008. This magnificent setting was the
A setting of the remarkable mediaeval 'Visio Sancti Morandi', a dialogue between the Abbot Morandus and the ghost of St. Bern
A magnificent miniature setting of the familiar Eastertide text. Although short, it contains some of Lassus' most striking writing,
A magnificent miniature setting of the familiar Eastertide text. Although short, it contains some of Lassus' most striking writing,
A splendid setting from Monteverdi's Selva Morale of 1641. The text 'Beatus vir qui timet Dominum' is used as a refrain betwee
A further setting from Monteverdi's Selva Morale of 1641. Set for ATB soli with a ripieno which in places expands from SSATB
A splendid 4th-tone setting from Monteverdi's Selva Morale of 1641.
In our continuing series of pieces by this shamefully neglected composer, this is the Magnificat Antiphon at First Vespers of Co
In our continuing series of pieces by this shamefully neglected composer, this is the Magnificat Antiphon at Second Vespers of
In our continuing series of pieces by this shamefully neglected composer, this is a lovely setting of the familiar text.
One of several pieces from Donato's retrospective collection of 1599 which we are publishing for the International Academy of S
The famous double-choir setting, here offered in a revised edition with original note-values retored, a fourth lower than the high
A revised edition of a marvellous piece from Gabrieli's 1597 collection, with original note-values restored. The 6-voice pieces in
A revised edition of a splendid mass, which is a parody on Morales' motet Jubilate Deo, composed to celebrate the peace treat
One of several pieces from Donato's retrospective collection of 1599 which we are publishing for the International Academy of S
One of several new pieces by Merulo which we are publishing for the International Academy of Sacred Music 2010 in Venice. T
Morales' motet was composed to celebrate the peace treaty brokered in 1538 by Pope Paul III between Charles V and Francois
This booklet combines Victoria's mass with the motet by Morales on which it is based. Morales' motet was composed to celebra
This is a version a 4th lower than the high-clef original.
One of the two smaller-scale masses by Monteverdi, this one taken from the 'Messa et salmi' of 1650. Its original ad aequales c
In our series of small-scale pieces by this shamefully neglected composer, this is a setting of a prayer said after meals.
In our series of small-scale pieces by this shamefully neglected composer, this is a setting of a prayer said after meals. This ve
One of a series of smaller-scale works by Ingegneri.
A modern edition of a work published in 1856 and thus from the final year of Pearsall's life. He was received into the Roman Ca
Now identified as a Respond (or Responsory) for Feasts of Virgins and Non-Virgins. The piece is in an 'Ad aequales' scoring, i.
A further piece from Cavalli's Musiche Sacre; the setting is through-composed and uses several different tempi to match the te
A new and revised edition which replaces our earlier one. Only five pieces by Rivafrecha are known to have survived, all in the
The fourth Penitential Psalm (Ps. 50) from Gabrieli's magnificent collection of settings published in 1583. We have so far publis
The fourth Penitential Psalm (Ps. 50) from Gabrieli's magnificent collection of settings published in 1583. We have so far publis
A wonderful piece, which deserves to be as famous as the Papae Marcelli or the Byrd 'Four Part' masses. It has marvellous so
A ravishingly beautiful piece, in the rare 7-voice scoring, here revised in original note-values.
One of Lassus' most sublime pieces. Also the Offertory for Feasts of Martyrs. Here offered a third lower than the high-clef origin
A revised and enlarged edition of the Propers for Feasts of Apostles from the Choralis Constantinus. Introit: Mihi autem nimis; A
One of Lassus' last published pieces, and in fact originally planned as the final work in the final volume, the Sacrae Cantiones o
One of Lassus' last published pieces, and in fact originally planned as the final work in the final volume, the Sacrae Cantiones o
Typeset at last, and replacing our EMP232, this beautful and powerful setting of Psalm 129, one of the Penitential Psalms, was
Known only from an 18th century manuscript in the British Library, this piece was originally a textless canon for 5 voices, in the
A ravishingly beautiful piece, in the rare 7-voice scoring, now revised in original note-values. This versions is a third higher than
An atmospheric setting of part of a poem by Federico Garcia Lorca. It uses slowly changing ostinato figures in pairs of voices to
Another in a growing series of simple 3-part settings for liturgical use, originally composed for the Choralschola of St Michael, W
One of Lassus' most sublime pieces. Also the Offertory for Feasts of Martyrs. Here a tone lower than the original.
This is one of the pieces assumed to have been composed for performance at one of the Venetian Scuole Grande, where Croc
A splendid piece, which seems to be a unique setting of the text. It is one of the larger-scale pieces in the 1610 collection, with
A composite text drawing on references in several psalms, and presumably compiled by Croce himself. This version is a fourth
This posthumous collection is Croce's only venture into the modern music of his time, the 'seconda prattica.' The performance
This posthumous collection is Croce's only venture into the modern music of his time, the 'seconda prattica.' The performance
This is one of a series of 5-voice motets for Christmastide which Lassus published at different times and which were gathered t
Another in a growing series of simple settings for liturgical use, originally composed for St Michael, Weingarten. This simple se
No original setting by Sheppard of Te lucis ante terminum has survived. For this edition I have adapted his setting of Jesu salva
Transposed version, a fourth below the high-clef original
Transposed version, a fourth below the high-clef original
Complete edition of Palestrina's third set of Lamentations, including three readings or lessons each for Maundy Thursday, Goo
This version is transposed a third higher.
The piece which de Monte wrote for William Byrd, obviously in sympathy with the 'internal exile' of Catholics at the time. He set
This version is transposed a third higher.
This is our standard version, transposed a fourth lower.
This is our standard version, transposed a fourth lower.
This is our standard version, transposed a fourth lower.
This is our standard version, transposed a fourth lower.
This is our standard version, transposed a fourth lower.
This is our standard version, transposed a fourth lower.
This is our standard version, transposed a fourth lower.
This is our standard version, transposed a fourth lower.
This is our standard version, transposed a fourth lower.
This is our standard version, transposed a fourth lower.
This is our standard version, transposed a fourth lower.
This is our standard version, transposed a fourth lower.
This is our standard version, transposed a fourth lower.
This is our standard version, transposed a fourth lower.
This is our standard version, transposed a fourth lower.
This is our standard version, transposed a fourth lower.
This is our standard version, transposed a fourth lower.
This is our standard version, transposed a fourth lower.
One of the shorter and less difficult pieces in the Eton Choirbook, a setting of an otherwise unknown Marian text, presumably fo
Mixed-voice version, transposed down a tone.
Mixed-voice version, transposed down a tone.
Mixed-voice version, transposed down a tone.
Mixed-voice version, transposed down a tone.
Mixed-voice version, transposed down a tone.
Mixed-voice version, transposed down a tone.
Mixed-voice version, transposed down a tone.
Mixed-voice version, transposed down a tone.
Mixed-voice version, transposed down a tone.
Mixed-voice version, transposed down a tone.
Mixed-voice version, transposed down a tone.
Mixed-voice version, transposed down a tone.
Mixed-voice version, transposed down a tone.
Mixed-voice version, transposed down a tone.
Mixed-voice version, transposed down a tone.
Mixed-voice version, transposed down a tone.
Mixed-voice version, transposed down a tone.
Mixed-voice version, transposed down a tone.
Complete set, all 18 pieces transposed down a fourth.
Complete set, all 18 pieces transposed down a tone.
Set of 6 pieces for Thursday, transposed down a fourth.
Set of 6 pieces for Thursday, transposed down a tone.
Set of 6 pieces for Friday, transposed down a fourth.
Set of 6 pieces for Friday, transposed down a tone.
Set of 6 pieces for Saturday, transposed down a fourth.
Set of 6 pieces for Saturday, transposed down a tone.
With owt discorde and O my hart. Two songs reliably ascribed to Henry VIII, who was an accomplished musician.
The three readings for the first Nocturn at Tenebrae. The scoring varies: Lesson I is SSAB, ending SSATB; Lesson II is SATB w
A fine setting based on Lassus' magnificent hymn setting (see EMP1223). Its unusual scoring SAATBB gives it a warm sonority
One of the handful of Latin motets by Pederson, who studied with Giovanni Gabrieli in Venice. The music has much in common
Lassus' magnificent hymn setting - some 8 minutes in length - was the model of Andrea Gabrieli's Mass (see EMP1221). Its un
One of the best-known of Victoria's small-scale motets. It does not function as a Responsory, although it is provided with a brea
One of the best-known of Victoria's small-scale motets, which provided the model for his Missa O quam gloriosum.
Victoria's print gives the title 'In Passione Domini' in place of the more usual 'In Parasceve.' The three readings for the first Noc
The three readings for the first Nocturn at Tenebrae. The scoring varies: Lesson I is SATB, ending SSATTB; Lesson II is SSAT
The three readings for the first Nocturn at Tenebrae. The scoring varies: Lesson I is SATB, ending SSATTB; Lesson II is SSAT
The three readings for the first Nocturn at Tenebrae on each of the three days of the Triduum Sacrum. The scoring varies from
A long piece composed for the coronation of Francois I of France in 1515.
A splendid double-choir setting of the familiar Advent text, not set as a Responsory but with a repeat of the opening section at t
One of the handful of Latin motets by Pederson, who studied with Giovanni Gabrieli in Venice. The music has much in common
One of the handful of Latin motets by Pederson, who studied with Giovanni Gabrieli in Venice. The music has much in common
Another in a growing series of simple 3-part settings for liturgical use, originally composed for the Choralschola of St Michael, W
A magnificent triple-choir setting of the first 4 verses of Psalm 95. Choir II is the vocal Capella, Choir I is probably intended for a
A lovely piece in the unusual 7-voice scoring.
A stunningly powerful and moving piece, written to mark the occasion on October 15 1573 when the Italian students left the Co
One of the pieces from Guggomoos' only surviving print, the Mottecta of 1612. The composer was an organist at the Munich co
One of the better-known the masses of Hassler. A high-clef piece usually offered, as here, a third lower than notated: other pitc
The text is from Apocalypse (Revelations) 14,3; a similar text is also sung on All Saints.
A setting on the same scale as those of Andrea Gabrieli, through-composed with no chant sections and lasting about 15 minute
One of Victoria's loveliest masses, based on his own setting of the Song of Songs text (also available from us.) This version is
One of the more than 100 'imitation' Magnificats by Lassus, this one is a parody on his own delightful chanson.
Another in a growing series of simple 3-part settings for liturgical use, originally composed for the Choralschola of St Michael, W
One of the best-known of Gabrieli's large-scale pieces. It was probably composed for one of the annual 'Redentore' celebration
One of the best-known of Gabrieli's large-scale pieces. Its text derives from Psalm 46, from which are drawn many of the prope
The well-known 'Mass for three voices' is an ad aequales piece (with 'close-together' clefs, in this case MAT) and is available a
One of the least well-known of Gabrieli's large-scale pieces. It would have been most appropriate for a Marian Feast but can of
Another in a growing series of simple settings for liturgical use, originally composed for the Choralschola of St Michael, Weinga
One of the best-known of Gabrieli's large-scale pieces. It was probably composed for one of the annual 'Redentore' celebration
Version with Treble clefs for both alto voices.
One of the best-known pieces of Giovanni Gabrieli, published in the 'Concerti di Andrea e Giovanni Gabrieli' of 1587. Its low sec
The earlier setting (the better-known setting is in the 1615 collection). Denis Arnold considered this one of the finest motets in t
Version a tone higher, with Treble clefs for both alto voices.
Scored for three choirs: SATTB SMABa SATB and organ. The third choir is as usual the vocal Capella. The other two choirs ca
The least ambitious of the surviving Magnificat settings, this is nonetheless a fine piece, from the 1597 collection. The same co
A further 'Jerusalem' motet, this one printed in the Gradualia, and incorporating a daring diatribe against the King. This revised
A contrafactum of Gabrieli's madrigal O che felice giorno. It appears that the composer retexted the piece himself, and it has be
The sixth penitential psalm, Out of the deep. Available as here at original pitch or a tone higher (EMP1263).
The sixth penitential psalm, Out of the deep. Available at original pitch (EMP1262) or a tone higher as here.
One of the lovely small-scale motets by Victoria.
For feasts of several martyrs.
A simple alternatim setting (Chant and 4-part polyphony).

The only mass identified simply by Tone, this is in fact a parody on Victoria's own motet for the Purification.
Victoria's motet for the Purification was the model for his Missa Quarti Toni.
This reduced score includes all vocal parts and organ, with an outline of the instrumental group.
A remarkable piece of late Renaissance polychoral writing, with extraordinary use of the madrigalian 'sospiri' figure. Denis Arno
A setting of the first three verses of Psalm 54 (55). The opening of the Psalm is set as an Offertory during Lent; this large-scale
This setting from Gabrieli’s posthumous 1615 collection of Symphoniae Sacrae, is – like the piece in the 1613 print - a setting o
This is the piece of Hassler's which requires the largest forces. It is scored for four groups made up as follows: TrSMA-SATB-S
This magnificent piece, one of Gabrieli's finest, is scored for four groups made up as follows: TrSST ATBaSb MATB TrATSb an
This splendid piece is scored for three groups made up as follows: TrSST ATTSb SATTB. The third group is the Capella, i.e. th
This is the longest of Hassler's polychoral pieces, lasting about 5 minutes. It is scored for three groups made up as follows: TrT
This is the largest-scale mass by Hassler, and is interesting on a number of counts. (i) It is a reworking of his only 8-voice Mass
O quam suavis is one of four 7-voice motets in Gabrieli’s 1597 collection Sacrae Symphoniae. The 6- and 7-voice motets which
O quam suavis is one of four 7-voice motets in Gabrieli’s 1597 collection Sacrae Symphoniae. The 6- and 7-voice motets which
One of the best-known pieces of Giovanni Gabrieli, published in the 'Concerti di Andrea e Giovanni Gabrieli' of 1587. Its low sec
Few Full Anthems of Gibbons survive. This is a magnificent piece suitable for Advent and general use. This version is set at the


This is one of several settings of Jubilate Deo by Hassler, for from 4 to 15 voices; this 5-voice setting was printed in his great co
The 6- and 7-voice a capella motets of Gabrieli are among his loveliest, but are usually overshadowed by the large-scale pieces
The 6- and 7-voice a capella motets of Gabrieli are among his loveliest, but are usually overshadowed by the large-scale pieces
The piece was conceived for two groups, each with a solo voice and instruments. Thus, the high choir (Secundus Chorus) wou
The mass is here transposed down a fifth, the pitch at which our editor considers it rightly belongs. This version has three voice
One of the two smaller-scale masses by Monteverdi, this one taken from the 'Messa et salmi' of 1650. Its original ad aequales c
Die drei 'Lesungen' für Matutin (Tenebrae) vom Karfreitag: I Heth (SATTB), II Lamed (SATTB), III Aleph (SSATTB)
Die erste 'Lesung' für Matutin (Tenebrae) vom Karfreitag.
Die zweite 'Lesung' für Matutin (Tenebrae) vom Karfreitag.
Die dritte 'Lesung' für Matutin (Tenebrae) vom Karfreitag.
This is one of the 4-voice pieces from Hassler’s great collection Sacri concentus of 1601 (an enlarged second edition was publi
This is the first of the 4-voice pieces from Hassler’s great collection Sacri concentus of 1601 (an enlarged second edition was p
This is one of the 5-voice pieces from Hassler’s Cantiones Sacrae, given here as found in the great collection Sacri concentus
The 6- and 7-voice a capella motets of Gabrieli are among his loveliest, but are usually overshadowed by the large-scale pieces
The 6- and 7-voice a capella motets of Gabrieli are among his loveliest, but are usually overshadowed by the large-scale pieces
This is one of the pieces first published in the second enlarged edition of the Sacri concentus of 1612. The text is of course tha
This is the only piece for 12 voices to survive from Tomkins; it was published in Musica Deo Sacra 1668. The text is of course
This is the only piece for 12 voices to survive from Tomkins; it was published in Musica Deo Sacra 1668. The text is of course
This is one of several settings of Jubilate Deo by Hassler, for from 4 to 15 voices; this 5-voice setting was printed in his great co
This is one of the 4-voice pieces from Hassler’s great collection Sacri concentus of 1601 (an enlarged second edition was publi
The Quatercentenary Edition brings together in 14 volumes all the surviving sacred music of Giovanni Croce. Sought out by the
This initial volume of the Croce Quatercentenary Edition includes a new extended biographical essay by Martin Morell which, in
This volume presents, for the first time, the three masses complete with the 'Partidura,' the continuo/conducting reduction printe
This slim volume (Croce's dedication - in Italian - refers to 'queste poche fatiche Musicali') includes the three Psalms - in fact se
Croce provides, as he claims in his foreword, all the music needed for Vespers of all major feasts. The edition includes the 'Deu
remarks [en]
The Compline collection includes the four Marian Antiphons #####
remarks [en]
The composition of a set of Cantiones Sacrae, usually for 5 voices, seems almost to have been obligatory, and often contains s
These accessible pieces seem to have been written for choirs with less ambitious vocal resources and can thus be compared w
remarks [en]
remarks [en]
This posthumous collection is Croce's only venture into the modern music of his time, the 'seconda prattica.' The performance
The Sonetti were Croce's best-known work, settings of the Penitential Psalms in Italian Sonnet translations, which were transla
Three main works make up the bulk of this substantial volume. The Missa super Jubilate Deo was apparently commissioned by
ers. Its atypical ad aequales scoring (TrMATBa) means it can be transposed to suit: I offer it at two standard ranges, either a tone or a fourth
 so many highly expressive Renaissance pieces gives it an extraordinary intensity.
n'. Oddly cleffed for TrMTB, the piece could well be transposed down by as much as a 4th, and is available transposed on request.
 of the tricky items, being used twice, and although Byrd printed it as the opening section of the long Gradual-Tract group for the Annunciatio
gh clefs of the original.
s for the Dead, and it is significant that the setting is followed in the print by 'Peccantem me quotidie', the Respond to the reading. Joseph Ke
r'. Its unremitting sombre mood and passionate intensity make it a starkly challenging piece for those who think Christmas carols and 'Jingle
des a final Amen.

a Consort Song (e.g. in the Dow partbooks) but was printed in Psalms, Sonets and Songs (1588) in a vocal version.




ents (please contact me for parts in suitable clefs.) It has two verses, the second closing with a short Amen.


e appropriate for the Ascension but presumably originally written for the annual Lepanto celebration at S. Giustina, for which the phrase 'exu
e making full use of the instrumental references in the text - tympanis, citharis, cymbalis... This performing edition is offered a 4th lower than


ass ordinary.




aven' covers a ninth in steps of a third, in each voice. A high-clef piece, usually offered down a minor third but of course available as required
d for Nativity BVM.



 a contrafactum of a lost original setting of the liturgical text, which is the Magnificat Antiphon for the Assumption. The Missa Virgo Prudentiss
 omposer of the additional soprano and tenor - now thought to have been Daser - creates a wonderful rich texture which seems to add furthe
ber Selectarum Cantionum of 1520, with its unusual changes of 'key signature'.
 gnus. Only the Credo is in normal clefs; the other movements are in high clefs and need transposition. Our edition, completely revised in 200
er of his daughter, Marguerite of Austria.




n the original.
orking of the piece.
ts - 20 sacred madrigals with Italian texts by Luigi Tansillo, and a final Latin motet, thought to be by Lassus himself. This practical edition is b
al truncated form of Vespers on Easter Eve.

on by Gombert, which is included in the edition.

sion celebrates a series of Marian Feasts, from the Conception to the Assumption. The Protestant version (Ave Maria...benedicta tu) replace

Altus sings the Bass line upside-down.




hich I have suggested he intended as a retrospective for his 50th birthday. The Psalm is set for Lauds of Feasts, including Christmas. A high

et collection, in 1501, and served Josquin as a model for his parody mass.



ourth - and corrects an error in the original Kyrie.
transposing. The piece is therefore offered transposed down a fourth for SSATBaB.




 ved wife, it breathes nothing but confidence in everlasting life.


n reconstructed.


bone'. The mass was previously known as 'Small devotion' through a misreading of the annotation 'S. Will Devocio' in the manuscript. Credo

 Tenor, in Christ Church and Peterhouse mss, in one with the title Christe Jesu, in the other as O Christe Jesu, and incorporating a prayer in




cent and very powerful piece.

omposer of the additional soprano and tenor - now thought to have been Daser - creates a wonderful rich texture which seems to add furthe


ymphoniae iucundae' of 1538. I have been able to establish a concordance for the piece and identify the composer as Jean de la Fage. He w
emitone lower than the original). The Editor considers the piece should be sung down a fourth or a fifth by ATTB/ATBaB.
ay in Lent (AM 342) - but also part of the prayer spoken by the Priest during the Offertory of the Mass. The text is thus of a penitential charac
were also 'Englished' (see 'Musica Sacra') and were even translated into Latin ('Septem psalmi poenitentiales'). Available separately or as a




 r standard version is a third lower than the original high cleffing.



st was of course unknown in Byrd's Day but the Proper is all in the Gradualia and has been assembled here by Michael Procter, just as Byrd
sion celebrates a series of Marian Feasts, from the Conception to the Assumption. The Protestant version (Ave Maria...benedicta tu) replace
as a wonderfully open texture with long melismatic lines, and a beautiful final Alleluia. A high clef piece usually offered down a fourth but avail
Trinity. It shares with 'Ego sum panis' from the same collection (Sacrae Cantiones, 1578) an openness of texture and a melismatic style, her



original high pitch.
ird set of Lamentations. I Incipit Aleph (SSATB), II Vau Et egressus (SATTB), III Jod Manum suum (SSATTB)
osed down a 4th.

 ritten work, presumably with texts drawn from a Psalm or Psalms. The fragment survives in a single manuscript, in the Fitzwilliam Museum,




atim setting of a Sarum Respond, which appears slightly abbreviated in long notes in the Tenor (Baritone) part.
d upon the accession of Catholic Queen Mary, and to have been sung by the combined Chapels Royal of England and Spain, this is an eloqu
 scoring, including a treble part could suggest it was intended for the Chapel Royal.

 top voice, here offered a fourth lower. Unusually, the chant is in the top voice.

nal note values restored.
expression in madrigals, is all in the Marian music to which he devoted so much care. Victoria left no less than four settings of the Salve Reg




d source - Cantiones septem, sex et quinque vocum... Augsburg, M. Kriesstein, 1545 (RISM 1545/3 reprint 1546/5)- but the attribution has b
 y from the official Vatican Edition (Antiphonale Monasticum) which claims to be based on the same source.
r than the high-clef original (as here) but omits the 'Partidura' included in this version. The piece is available at other pitches, with or without t
del for the grand parody mass. This standard version is a tone lower than the high-clef original.

er than the original.




y includes O sacrum convivium, Exaudi Deus, and O gloriosa Domina, all of which are also available separately.


emberg and Sabine von Bayern



 ran Tuonante" is of course Juno/Hera, and it seems that she is attempting to launch a pre-emptive strike, as it were, on an unnamed rival wh
erably with other doubling). A setting of the familiar Petrarch text.

able set of 13 acerbic, pointed, witty, wry and somewhat melancholy observations on the pointlessness of human life and the need for Grace




ster's death - Magnificat, Nunc Dimittis and Jubilate. Newly edited from the manuscript now in Krakow, which makes it clear that Mendelssoh

Qui pependit in cruce.'




 the melody not found in Italian sources - which is perhaps the reason for its remaining unidentified in the first edition.
es for 4, 5 and 6 voices (1570). There exists a manuscript in the library of the Sistine Chapel, giving the date as 1563, so we may suppose th




y for the competent chamber choir.
omplete set of the Penitential Psalms. This piece, at some 17 minutes, is longer than the other, and will inevitably be compared to Josquin's,



 reconstructed from the Graduale Pataviense (Passau Gradual). The piece has been recorded by Hofkapelle with organ improvisations for th

 widely rejected. No reason to stop singing the piece!
 t the correct transposition, which works out at SATB pitch, but is also available at the original pitch.
was attributed to Josquin, and many ms sources are simply copied from this widely distributed print. The attribution is credible, for the piece is




 rd reading at the Little Office of the BVM.
s' scoring can be tranposed to suit different groups of voices. Our example is SSMA but TTBaB is equally valid.


of Ulrich von Württemberg and Sabine von Bayern in 1511, the occasion for which the great Wedding mass was also composed.


ranposed if required.
ise to Duke Albrecht and Bavaria!

sit pastor noster, II O vos omnes, III Ecce quomodo moritur, IV Astiterunt reges terrae, V Aestimatus sum, VI Sepulto Domino

burlesque extra Tenor adds ribald comments!
 beggars...). The price is for a score: parts each EUR 1.00.


ous cycle: further selections in preparation.


cted from the Graduale Pataviense (Passau Gradual). Only in the Agnus is the second voice really a Tenor. The edition has been revised in 2


 pella at Santo Stefano in Venice, possibly for two periods, at the end of the 16th century. This version is a 4th lower than the original.

 e text from Isaiah Chapter 40, which will be familiar from Handel's The Messiah: Every valley shall be exalted... The extraordinary ranges, de



en edition of any of Senfl's great collection of Vesper music.
 salm 76 and seems appropriate for Tenebrae of Maundy Thursday (Gründonnerstag) or general penitential use.
 d with Biblical texts from the Annunciation. Edited from one of the Torgau mss edited and mostly written by Johann Walter, Luther's closest c
 ng. The text is a paraphrase from Psalm 143, one of the Penitential psalms.

es for Tenor and for Bass. The text is a paraphrase of Psalm 3.

mn tune 'Westminster Abbey.' There are solo verses for SSA(or T) and ATB. The text is a paraphrase from Psalm 63.

m Psalm 130, one of the Penitential Psalms.
 emained unchanged in all English prayer-books from 1549 to 1662.
d ATB. The text seems not previously to have been identified, but is a paraphrase of Psalm 54.




ative florid violin parts by Michael Procter.

e Ercole II of Ferrara, and in the only surviving source (Munich Mus MS 46) one voice sings throughout the mass the text 'Hercules Secundu
r for feasts of Holy Cross. The use of intermediate clefs (here Mezzosoprano) is typical for Merulo's second book of motets.
cost. The piece is in high clefs and is usually offered transposed down a fourth, as here, or down a tone.
posed down a tone or down a fourth.
down a tone or down a fourth.
 g vocal clefs with a very low instrumental bass line, originally probably a dulcian. Our edition is available at original pitch or a tone higher, brin
 hon on Christmas Day and its Octave, also for the Purification and in the Office of BVM. It refers to John Baptist seeing Christ and exclaimin
 Savonarola's famous commentary on the Miserere (Ps. 51)
curs liturgically as a reading on the Feast of the Holy Trinity. Merulo's setting includes a wonderfully syncopated treatment of the word 'invest
ed Augustinian convent of S Vito, Ferrara, from 1636 to 1639.

 ettings by Deering and Mouton there is also a splendid double-choir setting by Croce, recently added to our catalogue.
  and 200 madrigals. But his output also includes three masses, Lamentations and Magnificat settings. Most of the motets are settings of litur
m the Sermon on the Mount. This version, a fourth lower than the original, has the catalogue number EMP0526.
r. The text is both Magnificat Antiphon at Vespers and Alleluia verse in the Mass. Byrd's print omits almost all the text for obvious political rea
different Tenor parts. My edition takes the version of the so-called Codex Specialnik, Hradec Kralove, Krasjke muzeum, Knihova II A 7.
 . This version is set a third higher than the original.
s suitable for Advent, Lent and general use.
 including that of St Mark's in Venice, the same text is set as the 8th Antiphon at Matins on the Feast of the Transfiguration of Our Lord (Aug
ghout the piece the single phrase 'Miserere mei Deus,' rising one step for 'De-'. This is repeated 21 times, on each step of the scale down and
s of verses from Psalms 118 and 114.

 Styria. His music seems redolent of the Venetian influence as digested by Jakob Handl, with complex rhythmical counterpoint, contrary mot


huge scale and lasts a good 12 minutes including the chant verses. I offer it in two versions, one for mixed and one for male voices.
vent. But it is in the familiar two-part form ABCB with a splendid Alleluia.
rom the same collection as Fratres ego, Constantino's anthology 'Selectae cantiones' of 1614.

 Corpus Christi, although that is the Feast for which the motet was composed.
 was held. She was born daughter of Count Berthold III of Andechs in 1174, married Henry I (The Bearded) and thus became Duchess of Sil
yoke upon you) from St. Matthew, best known from its setting in Handel's Messiah.
 st publication.
  here a wonderfully light Italian treatment in contrast to other pieces from the same collection.
ed by Andreas Musculus from the Meditationes of Pseudo-Augustinus. This piece is rooted in the 17th century pietistic literature which in spir

 se has been identified for such a piece, but part of the text is set as the Communion for All Saints.

ely intended for a splendid Venetian celebration on Holy Saturday. The lower choir is conventionally scored, but the higher choir includes wha
union motet.




us. This text, which was already translated into many languages in the 16th century, was set by many composers. Lassus' setting, scored ori
ation is to be encouraged. Parts are available in various clefs.




sitions are of course possible. This version has the same 'octave Treble' clef for Alto and Tenor parts; EMP1091 has Treble clef for Soprano

s form as Magnificat Antiphon at 2nd Vespers of Corpus Christi, but the motet is appropriate for Communion. Available separately or in 'Thre
art of the Introit or at the Communion: Give ear to my prayer, O God; and hide not thyself from my supplication. Attend unto me, and hear m
  to suit many different groups. The overall range is only a 17th (2 octaves plus a minor third). Available separately or in 'Three motets for fou
 ppears in the Complete Works with an extra Tenor voice which is not found in my source and which is obviously not original.


 er us from the hand of Pharaoh...and from bondage under the Egyptians.'
 4th from the high-clefs original. Also available at a higher pitch.
 other composers - including Clemens, and Jean Lafage (also published in Edition Michael Procter).
 from a curtal (Dulcian) on the lowest part.
  questioned the attribution to Palestrina, for although the piece was included in the last collection of masses to be published in his lifetime, it
 nd which were gathered together by his sons in the great posthumous Magnum Opus Musicum of 1604, the first ever attempt at a 'Complete
omposer of the Renaissance. There is as yet no complete edition, and our catalogue will gradually include more of his music. Beata es Maria
 h. Some movements are in normal (SATB) clefs, while others use the rare Gamma-3 clef taking the lowest Bass voice down to bottom Bflat.
ass set a fifth below the usual Bass clef.




oldi's 4th book of 5-part madrigals ('and one for nine voices') drawn mainly from Guarini's Il Pastor Fido. The settings are either SSATB or SA

ardin (SSATB), Ciechi mortali (SSATB), *Vaghe ninfe amorosette (SSAT ATTB T).
 aino's 4th book of 5-part madrigals, and one of the first modern editions of any of his music. The collection is especially notable for the fine s
Appendix also includes Massaino's earlier settings of the first and last stanzas of the sestina from his Primo libro di madrigali (1571), the Bas
 at Terce for the Vigil of the Feast of Holy Trinity, but the text was often composed in Venetian usage, perhaps as a substitute motet.
Saturday after the Octave of Epiphany until Quadragesima and from the Octave of Pentecost until Advent). Our standard version is a 3rd low
est-known work (recorded by Hofkapelle). This is one of his German motets built on a chorale cantus firmus.
 is equally valid.)
ith extremely difficult rhythms) and a bass. In this edition I have texted the third voice, but this could equally well be played.
ses by Andrea Gabrieli and Palestrina. The Palestrina is in our catalogue, the Gabrieli is published by York Early Music Press.
 the Liber XI Missarum of 1600, one of several collections rushed through the press (and clearly poorly proofread) after his death. This editio


 one of the feast days of St Mark kept in Venice with special splendour, but proper to many Feasts, and of course suitable for Anglican Matin

duale Pataviense (Passau Gradual).
m the Sermon on the Mount.This high pitch version, a tone lower than the original, has catalogue number EMP0609.



etting from Handl's Opus Musicum.



e piece is suitable as Alleluia at the Mass or as an 'anthem'or motet.

A simple but effective setting of a prayer for protection during the night
Gratias nach dem Essen). Each consists of Psalm verses, the Pater noster (the same both times) and a prayer.
  Gabrieli (who was Schütz' teacher.) It is also suitable for Feasts and Votive masses of the Holy Cross, the Holy Name and the Precious Blo
 e to any choir.

n Penitential Psalms, occupying Mode VIII. It is in complete, and obviously deliberate contrast to the other Psalms, a joyful song of praise.
ts text, alone of the collection, is derived from the Catholic liturgy, where it is closely related to a Respond at Matins for the Dead. The piece t
ponsory for the Christmas season.

the Saturday before Advent Sunday. The sixth voice (Soprano 2) only sings in the short final section.


are given here.
by pauses in which the other voices complete the text of the hymn.
his is a splendid piece, its first half built on rising and falling scale passages.
ng Daser rather in the position of Salieri in Venice: a good composer unlucky enough to find himself coupled with one of world stature. Daser
ne copy in the cathedral archive in Brescia. In that print it follows reprints of Croce's three 5-voice masses and is entitled simply 'Missa Quar
 or the Ascension. Possibly a Sequence.

he text is often used as a hymn at Benediction

' part of the Introit, this one includes the Verse as set in the liturgy of St. Mark's in Venice as well as in the Use of Sarum.


 the 'other' Laudate psalm (which is also sung at the Office of the Dead) is from the Motetti 8 voci of 1594.
n was obviously intended for 'normal' church choirs, such as the parish choir at S. Maria Formosa, where Croce was a priest. The scorings a

al high-clef setting. The text is in the form set as Magnificat Antiphon for the Feast of Corpus Christi, but is also suitable for Communion at an



ho choir in one partbook, suggesting that this was a solo quartet.




s great Gradualia - an obvious homage to the Roman Catholic Church, to which he remained loyal despite the very real dangers for Catholic
 rtain). The model is of course his own magnificent setting of the Responsory Tu es Petrus. Appropriate especially for the two feasts of St Pe
h a fourth, for 6 voices, in 1599. This is our standard version, a 4th below the original pitch
ith Acqua Alta Edition of New York. The Decimo libro is dedicated by Wert to Donna Agnese Argotti del Carretto, Marchesa di Grana, ("Dona




s. His masses are counted among the best of the period. This setting, on an unknown model, is in a transitional style hinting at the baroque.
 in Amiens, but near the end of his life was appointed to the Sainte Chapelle, an appointment reflecting the high regrad in which he was held
s known, and the only information on him is provided by the preface to the original print of this mass in 1666. He was director of music at the
ets. The works represented are: Emendemus in melius (1575), Ne irascaris Domine, Vide Domine, Tribulationes civitatum and Domine tu jur

 is version has the top voice in Treble (Violin) cleff, two octave-Treble ('Tenor') clefs and Bass clef.
 ely scattered manuscripts, including the Medici Codex.
 ms. My edition is based on the Psalmorum selectarum...1553-4, whereas the version in the Complete Works (CMM28) is drawn from a Rom
ddity among Josquin's works. Its first Pars is the Elevation motet which replaces the Benedictus in his Missa D'ung aultre amer.
 g thorns, so is my love among the daughters. The piece exists in several variant versions. The present edition is taken from the Medici Code
d upon the accession of Catholic Queen Mary, and to have been sung by the combined Chapels Royal of England and Spain, this is an eloqu
ourth, for 6 voices, in 1599.
al used by nuns in the 15th century, now in the Bibliotheque Nationale in Paris.
 h a fourth, for 6 voices, in 1599.
 ith Acqua Alta Edition of New York. Book 8 includes several settings from Tasso's Gerusalemme liberata.Individual pieces from the collectio




t includes the complete Propers for the principal (third) mass of Christmas Day, which are used throughout the Octave, together with settings


y praise Bacchus, Hymen and Venus, but in the third verse the chorus reveal their intention of doing something about them - especially the ve
 re 'Ave Maria') is sung by a single voice accompanied by instrumental ensemble. Effective with instruments also doubling the chorus.


 gnus. Only the Credo is in normal clefs; the other movements are in high clefs and need transposition. Our edition, completely revised in 200
he Mass of the Purification: Suscepimus (versions for Introit and Gradual, with the Antiphon reused), Alleluia: Senex puerum and Tract: Nunc
 the Basilica di San Marco in Venice, now kept at the Fondazione Levi. It is a setting of the opening of Psalm 17, in the version in the Gallican
hadeus in the third volume of his Promptuarii Musici in 1613. It shares with other pieces in the collection a felicitous melodic gift and elegant
Holy Trinity. Ingegneri's setting gives it a solemnity and gravitas befitting the great occasion.
quently sung extra-liturgically for Holy Trinity, for which its text is appropriate.
rst instance for St Mark's. This simple but effective setting is a parody on Croce's own motet of 1594. Here printed without the 'Partidura' con


r the Assumption. I suppose it to have been composed for a celebration at one of the Scuole Grande in Venice, for which Croce was for man


 d, if not liturgical use. The second choir echoes the final syllables of each phrase sung in choir I, producing a text of its own.

, the first part of the text, in the variant Exaudi nos Domine...respice nos Domine is the Antiphon for the blessing of ashes before Mass on As
pline. They are all comparatively simple and very effective.




the Staats- und Stadtbibliothek Augsburg. Here in a performing edition transposed down a fourth.
 conventionally written, with a solo Soprano and ATB choir; the first uses the composer's typical ostinato technique, sprechgesang and wood
 ly composed to be sung on the anniversary of a military victory. It is of course a parody on Janequin's famous piece. In this version the mass
his version is a fourth lower than the original high cleffing.
 st publication. Transposed edition, down a fourth.
 ms. My edition is based on the Psalmorum selectarum...1553-4, whereas the version in the Complete Works (CMM28) is drawn from a Rom
gh-clef original.
or considers the piece should be sung down a fourth or a fifth by ATTB/ATBaB. This version is at the original high pitch.
  Emperor Ferdinand II, who met Croce while in Venice in 1598. A parody, whose source has not yet been identified, it is a magnificent piece
  femme descomfortee theme as cantus firmus has led to the suggestion that this piece is indeed the original. A magnificent piece, some 6 m
erable puzzle as it offers dual texts, one of which is from the Office and has nothing to do with the Mass.

after the index had already been written (the other is his magnificent 9-voice Salve Regina). Its text comprises two elements: the opening of t
after the index had already been written (the other is his magnificent 9-voice Salve Regina). Its text comprises two elements: the opening of t




he final Marian Antiphon each day during Lent (sic) but could also be sung at any time.
 ers. Its atypical ad aequales scoring (TrMATBa) means it can be transposed to suit: I offer it at two standard ranges, either a tone or a fourth
 e is provided in the short form required when it is sung in the Gradual music for the Annunciation and the Assumption, and lacks the end of t
ts text, alone of the collection, is derived from the Catholic liturgy, where it is closely related to a Respond at Matins for the Dead. The piece t
 eset and replacing the manuscript edition previously in our catalogue.
o by Turges. The text is a meditation on the Seven Joyful Mysteries of the Virgin Mary. This setting, with three boys’ voices, was possibly com

is version is a tone lower than the original high clefs.




s' scoring can be tranposed to suit different groups of voices. This version is SSTB.
ding to a remark in the Choirbook, Davy composed it in a single day during his period as Informator Choristarum at Magdalen College, Oxfor
dition but also available separately from Edition Michael Procter), with which it shares the unusual scoring. In the Agnus a canon requires a t




 masses, available from us (EMP0777). The original is in high clefs with the unusual scoring TrMMAAT; the piece is usually offered a third lo

  a newly printed version which replaces EMP0214. Usually offered, as here, a minor third lower than the original high clefs.
  a newly printed version which replaces EMP0214. Here offered at the original high clef pitch.
obably took the idea from an anonymous English 3-voice setting (in my catalogue) which was based on the chant Sequence: this was in turn
he standard text, whose second half begins Gaude gloriosa. Here offered at the original high clef pitch.
he standard text, whose second half begins Gaude gloriosa. Here offered a 4th lower than the original high clef pitch.
he standard text, whose second half begins Gaude gloriosa. Here offered a 3rd lower than the original high clef pitch.
 n a new edition (replacing EMP 299 which lacked the Credo and has been withdrawn). Usually offered a tone higher than the original, but ple
e Wednesday in the 4th week of Lent. The piece bears comparison with Gabrieli's wonderful Penitential Psalms, with which it shares some r




it was written either for the annual Lepanto commemoration, or to celebrate the Habsburg victory at Sisak in 1593. The source collection, Cro




 for 'Tres sunt', and only two tutti passages with the Ripieno, the second with a concluding 'Alleluia'.




N.' so that the name of the Saint being celebrated may be inserted. 'Gaudeamus omnes' suggests the opening of several Introits, but the pie
the 1610 collection, with the solo group itself divided into two trios

 at one of the Venetian Scuole Grande. It has a refrain which is sung three times, suggesting the manner of performance specified in the Sa


up of soloists, and a 4-voice Ripieno which can be doubled or tripled in different parts of the church.
e text is in the form set as Magnificat Antiphon for the Feast of Corpus Christi, but is also suitable for Communion at any time.




cuole Grande, where Croce was in charge of the musicians during his position as Vice-Maestro at San Marco. It has a text which can be ada



 se at one of the Scuole Grande of Venice. This happens to be a Tenebrae Responsory, one of four anthologised by Argilliano in 1612, altho
 oists and no less than five tuttis with the Ripieno.
esiasticus 50, 6-7 and ‘Marianised’ in particular by references from the Song of Songs.

AB and the grand tutti with the Ripieno.
 rculo). Typical of the Sacre Cantilene Concertate, it has three solo voices and a 4-voice Ripieno (which can be multiplied in different parts of

 lores rosarum et lilia convalium' of the text.

 (77), verse 1, for which I can find no liturgical application, although the Psalm is sung at Tenebrae of Maundy Thursday, where it is the third P
 han the high-clef original and omits the 'Partidura'. The piece is available at other pitches, with or without the two-part 'Partidura', the original




  ly composed to be sung on the anniversary of a military victory. It is of course a parody on Janequin's famous piece. This version includes th
 rst instance for St Mark's. This simple but effective setting is a parody on Croce's own motet of 1594. Here printed with the 'Partidura' continu




 . See separate entries for details.


  See separate entries for details.




Qui fecit coelum; Converte nos/Et averte iram tuam; Deus in adiutorium/Domine ad adiuvandum; Gloria Patri…/Sicut erat; Laus tibi Domine/A




s in the special liturgy of St Mark's.
clearly intended for Lauds in the Triduum Sacrum, the last three days of Holy Week immediately before Easter.




ot yet available.


gh-clef original and omits the 'Partidura'. This version is a 4th lower than the original high pitch, best suited for performance with cornetts and




 e virginum dant in caelo etc. Very possibly intended, like much of Croce's extra-liturgical music, for a celebration at one of the Venetian Scuo
r than the high-clef original and omits the 'Partidura'. This version is a 4th lower than the original high pitch, best suited for performance with
r than the high-clef original and omits the 'Partidura'. This version is at the original high pitch, with the Partidura. The piece is available at othe
  masses, available from us (EMP0777). The original is in high clefs with the unusual scoring TrMMAAT; the piece is usually offered a third lo
dition but also available separately from Edition Michael Procter), with which it shares the unusual scoring. In the Agnus a canon requires a t
 pella at Santo Stefano in Venice, possibly for two periods, at the end of the 16th century. This version is a tone lower than the original.
 ike the other settings, this Mass is through-composed, and it is the only one for 'equal voices'. This version is for high voices SSSA.
 ike the other settings, this Mass is through-composed, and it is the only one for 'equal voices'. This version is at the original pitch for male vo
 ike the other settings, this Mass is through-composed, and it is the only one for 'equal voices'. This version is transposed down a fourth for m
of feet at the Mass of the Last Supper.




tions are available on request.
entations 1603.




e making full use of the instrumental references in the text - tympanis, citharis, cymbalis... This version is at the original high pitch.

 36. We shall make the performing material available as it is finished. The set of orchestral parts is already available. The price quoted here i
omplete set of the Penitential Psalms. This piece, at some 17 minutes, is longer than the other, and will inevitably be compared to Josquin's,
thus better suited to mixed voices.
omplete set of the Penitential Psalms. This piece, at some 17 minutes, is longer than the other, and will inevitably be compared to Josquin's,



hek Augsburg. This version is at the original high pitch.

eprinted as a contrafactum in RISM 1609/15. It is offered here a fourth lower than the high-clef original.
eprinted as a contrafactum in RISM 1609/15. It is offered here a fourth lower than the high-clef original.

gh-clef original and omits the 'Partidura'. This version is at the original high pitch and omits the Partidura. The piece is available at other pitch
 del for the grand parody mass. This version is at the high-clef original pitch.
odie, Beati quorum via integra est - which have won such firm places in the repertoire of English church choirs. Harold Copeman established
owever, it is often sung as an Anthem at evensong and is appropriate not only for All Saints but for Feasts of Martyrs outside Lent.
  ieved wide currency as a concert piece and can be sung at any time.
 is the opening. However, the piece has achieved wide currency as an Anthem to be sung at any time.
e MAT) and is available at various pitches. This version is at the original pitch, suitable for male voices.
e MAT) and is available at various pitches. This version is a third higher than the original pitch.
e MAT) and is available at various pitches. This version is a fifth higher than the original pitch, suitable for female or boys' voices.
e MAT) and is available at various pitches. This version is a fifth lower than the original pitch, suitable for male voices.
 o celebration at S. Giustina, for which the phrase 'exultate Deo adjutori nostro' would have been very apposite. Here offered as a set of parts
  s... This performing edition is offered a 4th lower than the high-clef original. Here offered as a set of parts (each choir consisting of cornett, 2
ach choir consisting of cornett, 2 sackbuts and bass sackbut or curtal/dulcian) to be played with the voices.
   the 'other' Laudate psalm (which is also sung at the Office of the Dead) is from the Motetti 8 voci of 1594. Here offered as a set of parts (eac
 it was written either for the annual Lepanto commemoration, or - most likely - to celebrate the Habsburg victory at Sisak in 1593. The source
 uts. A text found in no other setting, its belligerent - indeed pugnacious - character makes it apparent that it was written either for the annual
 rt 'Partidura', the original continuo or director's part. Our standard version is a tone lower than the high-clef original and omits the 'Partidura'.


 widely rejected. No reason to stop singing the piece! This version is transposed up a 4th from the original pitch.

ster's death - Magnificat, Nunc Dimittis and Jubilate. Newly edited from the manuscript now in Krakow, which makes it clear that Mendelssoh
 renowned for your life of integrity, thy zeal for and love of peace bring nectar and ambrosia. Thou art beloved of thy people, the highest and

 h a fourth, for 6 voices, in 1599. Here a 3rd below the original pitch
 h a fourth, for 6 voices, in 1599. Here at original pitch
  t in Advent. Given here a 4th lower than the high-clef original.
  in text, assumed to have been written by Lassus himself, which puts accusing words into the mouth of the Crucified. It may well have been t
  in text, assumed to have been written by Lassus himself, which puts accusing words into the mouth of the Crucified. It may well have been t
  t in Advent. Given here a tone lower than the high-clef original.
es for 4, 5 and 6 voices (1570). There exists a manuscript in the library of the Sistine Chapel, giving the date as 1563, so we may suppose th
  t in Advent. Given here at original high-clef pitch.
 d higher than the original. It is also available from us at that pitch, but this version is at the original pitch, suitable for AATTBaB etc.
 hich is available at the original pitch, suitable for male voices SSAATB, but we also provide it a third higher, as here.
  n the final phase of Elgar's life, which may be why the original print (Novello's Musical Times supplement December 1928) was not properly
  rand to find a way of singing it on the feast of the Transfiguration.
 ralschola of St Michael, Weingarten. This is the Introit for the 29th Sunday of the year which takes its text from Psalm 17. (In German)
of order in the Gradualia but in the form in which it there appears it belongs to the Annunciation. Here at original high-clef pitch.
MA) is an 'ad aequales' combination allowing for transposition to suit the available forces. Other versions are available for different combinatio
MA) is an 'ad aequales' combination allowing for transposition to suit the available forces. Other versions are available for different combinatio
MA) is an 'ad aequales' combination allowing for transposition to suit the available forces. Other versions are available for different combinatio


cost. The piece is in high clefs and is usually offered transposed down a tone, as here, or down a fourth.


uced by collating all the remaining sources (or of course illegally copied from such editions). This version is based entirely on the set of manu
 It was published in Croce’s Quarto libro di madrigali a cinque e sei voci of 1607. Both the clearly made-to-measure text and the unusual sca



ices which has been reconstructed by the Editor.
nne; Air des Bisquayens; La Forlana (Contredanse). Revised and computer typeset edition November 2009 which has replaced EMPO054. A

nne; Air des Bisquayens; La Forlana (Contredanse). Revised and computer typeset edition November 2009 which has replaced EMP0054. A
 Lent or, with an added Gloria Patri, during the Imposition of Ashes on Ash Wednesday. Transposed down a 4th from the high-clefs original.

 e sections from the Lamentations which occur in the office of Tenebrae. This is our standard version, a 4th below the high-clef original.
 e sections from the Lamentations which occur in the office of Tenebrae. This is at the same pitch as our standard version, a 4th below the h
 e sections from the Lamentations which occur in the office of Tenebrae. This is at a higher pitch than our standard version, just a tone below
d Third Sunday in Lent.
  (the original has 'normal' clefs, SATB SATB)
 riginal pitch, better suited to mixed choirs.
 he title Historia der Passion und Leidens unsers einigen Erlösers und Seligmachers Jesu Christi nach dem alten lateinischen Kirchenchoral
our sets of clefs and signatures so that, by applying the rules of musica ficta, the piece really does work in four different 'keys'. I have realised
s and the ghost of St. Bernard of Clairvaux. Available at several different pitches: our catalogue version is a 4th below original pitch: the origin
nternational Academy of Sacred Music in Venice. This is a setting of the Respond with the Venetian verse 'Peccavimus cum patribus' sung o
 nternational Academy of Sacred Music 2010 in Venice. This is a setting of a Respond sung on the Feast of the Ascension: Donato's setting h
  In line with its unusual scoring it falls into sections mainly for SS, TT, ST duos, the B sometimes singing alone, sometimes with one or more
etodo pratico' was capable of far more. Vaccai in fact left a great deal of music, operas, ballets, cantatas, instrumental and vocal.
d Music 2010 in Venice. The text is a Respond in August, and thus occupies a somewhat obscure place in the liturgy. It could well be politica
 agnificent setting was the principal work in Monteverdi's 1610 collection which also included the famous Vespers. Based on melodic materia
 agnificent setting was the principal work in Monteverdi's 1610 collection which also included the famous Vespers. Based on melodic materia
 agnificent setting was the principal work in Monteverdi's 1610 collection which also included the famous Vespers. Based on melodic materia
s and the ghost of St. Bernard of Clairvaux. Available at several different pitches: our preferred version is a 4th below original pitch: the origin
 us' most striking writing, including bold harmonic devices for the words 'mors, mortuis,' and joyful runs in black notes at 'vivit Deo.' Judging b
 us' most striking writing, including bold harmonic devices for the words 'mors, mortuis,' and joyful runs in black notes at 'vivit Deo.' Judging b
 used as a refrain between sections set variously for 2,3,4 or 5 voices.
es expands from SSATB to SSAATTBB.

on at First Vespers of Corpus Christi: O sacrum convivium, which we are publishing simultaneously, is that for Second Vespers.
on at Second Vespers of Corpus Christi: O quam suavis, which we are publishing simultaneously, is that for First Vespers.
 familiar text.
nternational Academy of Sacred Music 2010 in Venice. This is a new edition of a piece we first published in 1993, and has become a firm fav
 ourth lower than the high clef original - other transpositions are of course possible.
ed. The 6-voice pieces in the collection represent a starting point for Gabrieli's exploration of a new style: here he pays tribute to Josquin, bu
celebrate the peace treaty brokered in 1538 by Pope Paul III between Charles V and Francois I which was signed on June 18 of that year in
nternational Academy of Sacred Music 2010 in Venice. This is a settng of a short excerpt from the meditation on Psalm 51 (Miserere) by Sav
d Music 2010 in Venice. The text is an unusual variant of the standard one, mainly found in Italian uses, whose liturgical function seems to ha
 n Charles V and Francois I which was signed on June 18 of that year in Nice. The motet has the chant 'Gaudeamus omnes' as a constantly
 was composed to celebrate the peace treaty brokered in 1538 by Pope Paul III between Charles V and Francois I which was signed on June

 Its original ad aequales cleffing TrMAT suggests downwards transposition of a fourth, to SATB as here.
 said after meals.
 said after meals. This version is a tone higher than the original.

ceived into the Roman Catholic church three days before his death, at the beginning of August 1856.
n 'Ad aequales' scoring, i.e. it can be transposed to suit different groups of voices. This version is a fifth lower than the original and works we
ent tempi to match the text.
 have survived, all in the same manuscript in Seville. The composer was rated alongside Penalosa during his lifetime, and this piece is stunn
83. We have so far published numbers 1,4,5,6 and 7; the other two settings are in the pipeline. This version of Miserere mei Deus, the first w
83. We have so far published numbers 1,4,5,6 and 7; the other two settings are in the pipeline. This version of Miserere mei Deus, the first to
ses. It has marvellous sonorities and is imbued throughout with the pathos of íts model, Gabrieli's own motet on the Prodigal Son. The unusu

er than the high-clef original.
 ntroit: Mihi autem nimis; Alleluia: Non vos me elegistis; Sequence: Clare sanctorum senatus; Communion: Ego dico vobis
e, the Sacrae Cantiones of 1594. John Milsom has shown (Early Music 33, 2005) that the piece is perfectly worked out; and it appears to inc
e, the Sacrae Cantiones of 1594. John Milsom has shown (Early Music 33, 2005) that the piece is perfectly worked out; and it appears to inc
e Penitential Psalms, was recorded by Hofkapelle on CHR77217.
canon for 5 voices, in the bass clef. It has been adapted here to the single word 'Sanctus'.
ions is a third higher than the original.
 gures in pairs of voices to create an ominous, timeless soundscape.
 ralschola of St Michael, Weingarten. This is the Introit for the 28th Sunday of the year. (In German)

cuole Grande, where Croce was in charge of the musicians during his position as Vice-Maestro at San Marco. It has a text which can be ada
 the 1610 collection, with the solo group itself divided into two trios. This version is a fourth below the high-pitch original.
 f. This version is a fourth below the high-clef original.
 attica.' The performance suggestions provided, presumably, by the publisher give a fascinating insight into the practice of the time: each piec
 attica.' The performance suggestions provided, presumably, by the publisher give a fascinating insight into the practice of the time: each piec
nd which were gathered together by his sons in the great posthumous Magnum Opus Musicum of 1604, the first ever attempt at a 'Complete
eingarten. This simple setting includes a congegational antiphon and two Psalm verses to be sung by the Cantor or Schola. (In German)
d his setting of Jesu salvator seculi, which has the same melody. The missing Tenor (Baritone) part has been composed by the editor.


r Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and Holy Saturday. Generally each set is scored for SSATB or SATTB but with the final reading in each se

holics at the time. He set four verses of the Psalm; Byrd's response 'Quomodo cantabimus' is equally moving. This version is at the original p




Marian text, presumably for use as an alternative Antiphon.
SATB; Lesson II is SATB with an alternative ending for SSATB; Lesson III is SSATB, ending SSAATB.
 B gives it a warm sonority and perhaps a penitential atmosphere, but the mass is not restricted to use at Passiontide.
usic has much in common with the Cantiones Sacrae of Heinrich Schütz, with whom Pederson may have overlapped in Venice.
 ss (see EMP1221). Its unusual scoring SAATBB was also taken over by Gabrieli.
 h it is provided with a break before 'O Beata Virgo'; it concludes with a splendid Alleluia.
 m gloriosum.
  readings for the first Nocturn at Tenebrae. The scoring varies: Lesson I is SATB, ending SSATB; Lesson II is SSAT, ending SSATB; Lesson
SATTB; Lesson II is SSAT, ending SSATB; Lesson III is SSATTB, with an alternative ending for SATB SATB. Our standard version is a 4th b
SATTB; Lesson II is SSAT, ending SSATB; Lesson III is SSATTB, with an alternative ending for SATB SATB. This alternative version is just a
 . The scoring varies from SSAT and SATB, to SSAATB and SSATTB. The final lesson on Saturday has an alternative ending for SATB SAT

of the opening section at the end.
usic has much in common with the Cantiones Sacrae of Heinrich Schütz, with whom Pederson may have overlapped in Venice.
usic has much in common with the Cantiones Sacrae of Heinrich Schütz, with whom Pederson may have overlapped in Venice.
 ralschola of St Michael, Weingarten. This is the Introit for Passion Sunday. (In German)
 is probably intended for a solo Alto and three low instruments (sackbuts), Choir III can be scored in various ways, but was probably intended

alian students left the Collegio Germanico. The combined choirs, together with singers from the Papal Chapel, sang the piece by the light of
 organist at the Munich court, and one of the last pupils of Giovanni Gabrieli, where he was a contemporary of Schütz.
er than notated: other pitches on request.

nd lasting about 15 minutes.
 from us.) This version is the standard 4th below the pitch of the high-clef original: other pitches available on request.

 ralschola of St Michael, Weingarten. (In German)
al 'Redentore' celebrations in Venice; its text derives in part from the liturgy for Holy Trinity. Its scoring is very specific: a group of 6 instrumen
  drawn many of the proper texts for the Feast of the Ascension. Its cleffing TrSMT ATBaSb MATB SATSb requires a minimum of three instru
e MAT) and is available at various pitches. This version is a fourth lower than the original pitch, suitable for male voices.
a Marian Feast but can of course be sung at any time. It is cleffed TrSMAT MTBaBSb MATB and bc. The third choir is the Capella, in which
ola of St Michael, Weingarten. This is the Introit for the 15th Sunday in Ordinary Time, based on a motet by Lotti.. (In German)
al 'Redentore' celebrations in Venice; its text derives in part from the liturgy for Holy Trinity. Its scoring is very specific: a group of 6 instrumen

abrieli' of 1587. Its low second choir was probably performed with a solo falsettist and three sackbuts, but the piece is enirely in vocal clefs an
e of the finest motets in the Sacrae Symphoniae, and it represents, rarely in a double-choir piece, the extremely affective side of Gabrieli's g

a. The other two choirs can perfectly well be sung - they are both in vocal clefs - but Ch I could be a solo Soprano and four instruments, Ch I
7 collection. The same collection includes a setting for twelve voices: the 1615 collection includes another 12-voice setting as well as one for
nst the King. This revised version restores original note values.
 ece himself, and it has become well-known in its own right.




sospiri' figure. Denis Arnold wrote of its 'polyphonic web full of rich dissonance and ending with a grand plagal cadence.' It is a setting of a va
 ring Lent; this large-scale setting was presumably for a non-liturgical performance. Scored for three choirs, SMAT TBaBSb SATB: the third
 he 1613 print - a setting of a composite text which seems to relate to the Nuptial Mass: it is not a straightforward setting of Psalm 100 (the An
s follows: TrSMA-SATB-SATTB-ATBaBSb. The second group is the Capella, i.e. the vocal choir; the third group is also in vocal clefs and cou
ATBaSb MATB TrATSb and Organ. The third group is the Capella, i.e. the vocal choir; the highest group is probably originally for solo Tenor a
 roup is the Capella, i.e. the vocal choir; the second group is surely for a solo Alto and three instruments, probably trombones with either a cu
s made up as follows: TrTrSMT ATTBSb SMATB. The third group is the Capella, i.e. the vocal choir; the second group (actually called Primu
 g of his only 8-voice Mass; (ii) its scoring varies not only from one to three 4-voice choirs but the first Kyrie is for two 5-voice choirs (the Chris
  and 7-voice motets which open the collection are often overlooked in favour of the large-scale pieces which follow, but in fact they represent
  and 7-voice motets which open the collection are often overlooked in favour of the large-scale pieces which follow, but in fact they represent
abrieli' of 1587. Its low second choir was probably performed with a solo falsettist and three sackbuts, but the piece is enirely in vocal clefs an
 . This version is set at the original pitch.


was printed in his great collection Sacri Concentus of 1601. This version is a 4th below the high-clef original.
d by the large-scale pieces for voices and instruments. We are publishing all the small-scale pieces.
d by the large-scale pieces for voices and instruments. We are publishing all the small-scale pieces.
  (Secundus Chorus) would probably have had a solo Tenor and four high instruments (strings or cornets); the low choir (called ‘Primus Chor
 is version has three voices in octave-Treble ('Tenor') clef and one in Bass clef.
  Its original ad aequales cleffing TrMAT suggests downwards transposition of a fourth, see EMP 1100: this version is set only tone lower tha
ph (SSATTB)



  second edition was published in 1612). The text is a variant of a Responsory in Ascensiontide but I have not been able to find an exact liturg
 ged second edition was published in 1612). The text is a variant of Psalm 53 (54) which is often sung, for example on Maundy Thursday and
ollection Sacri concentus of 1601 (an enlarged second edition was published in 1612). The text is of course from Matthew 16.
d by the large-scale pieces for voices and instruments. We are publishing all the small-scale pieces. This piece opens the 1597 collection: O
d by the large-scale pieces for voices and instruments. We are publishing all the small-scale pieces. This piece sets the first verse of Ps. 16 (
  The text is of course that of the shortest Psalm, No 116.
668. The text is of course that of the shortest Psalm, No 116 (117), but it receives here a very spacious setting (18 pages in our edition). This
668. The text is of course that of the shortest Psalm, No 116 (117), but it receives here a very spacious setting (18 pages in our edition). This
was printed in his great collection Sacri Concentus of 1601. This version is just a tone below the high-clef original.
  second edition was published in 1612). The text is a variant of a Responsory in Ascensiontide but I have not been able to find an exact liturg
  Croce. Sought out by the future Kaiser Ferdinand II and by John Dowland, praised by musicians and patrons, Croce was a major figure in th
 by Martin Morell which, incorporating all the latest research results, provides all the available information about Croce's life and work. With se
 onducting reduction printed contemporaneously with the partbooks.
e three Psalms - in fact sections of Ps. 119 (118) - which are sung at Terce, plus the Benedictus and Miserere (which strictly belong to Lauds
e edition includes the 'Deus in adiutorium' etc. found only in the lavish manuscript copy of the Vesperae written out for the Abbot of the Mona



atory, and often contains some of a composer's finest work. This is certainly the case with Croce: the collection includes a number of very be
d can thus be compared with similar collections issued, for example, by Andrea Gabrieli and Claudio Merulo, both of them - like Croce - bette


attica.' The performance suggestions provided, presumably, by the publisher give a fascinating insight into the practice of the time.
 tions, which were translated both into English (as 'Musica Sacra') and even into Latin. All three versions are given here, together with the ha
parently commissioned by Ferdinand II, who met Croce during his Venice visit, and was copied into a collection of 4-choir masses in Graz (n
tandard ranges, either a tone or a fourth lower than the original (equivalent to SATBaB for mixed or male voices).

ailable transposed on request.
Gradual-Tract group for the Annunciation (in Lent), it may well have been composed initially as the Offertory for the Purification. Byrd failed to

 the Respond to the reading. Joseph Kerman describes the piece as 'antiquated' and it is certainly an earlier work, although it must then be o
 who think Christmas carols and 'Jingle bells' appropriate for Advent...


a vocal version.




at S. Giustina, for which the phrase 'exultate Deo adjutori nostro' would have been very apposite.
rming edition is offered a 4th lower than the high-clef original.




third but of course available as required. Now available in Sibelius format.
Assumption. The Missa Virgo Prudentissima, thought to have been performed in Innsbruck in 1503, was then a parody on the lost original. Th
 rich texture which seems to add further colour to Josquin's masterpiece.This version is transposed down a third for male voices.

n. Our edition, completely revised in 2006, is available in two versions, high and low voices. This is the version for low voices.




assus himself. This practical edition is based on the edition by Therstappen (1935), corrected and where necessary transposed.




rsion (Ave Maria...benedicta tu) replaces these with Biblical texts. Available at low and high pitch for male and mixed voices.This version is tr




s of Feasts, including Christmas. A high-clef setting usually offered down a fourth.
 Will Devocio' in the manuscript. Credo not yet included.

iste Jesu, and incorporating a prayer in the one case for Henry VIII and in the other for Elizabeth I. It seems to have started life as a setting o




 rich texture which seems to add further colour to Josquin's masterpiece.This is the original-pitch version.


 the composer as Jean de la Fage. He was probably trained before the beginning of the 16th century, and thus may have been born about 14
 h by ATTB/ATBaB.
s. The text is thus of a penitential character: With humble spirits and contrite hearts may we be accepted by Thee, O Lord: and may our sacri
 tentiales'). Available separately or as a set. See separate entries for details.




 d here by Michael Procter, just as Byrd intended should be done for other Marian feasts.
 rsion (Ave Maria...benedicta tu) replaces these with Biblical texts. Available at low and high pitch for male and mixed voices.This is the origin
e usually offered down a fourth but available at various pitches.
ss of texture and a melismatic style, here combined with telling use of late Renaissance semi-homophony. A high clef piece usually offered d
manuscript, in the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, in the composer's own hand, and the following pages are ruled in preparation for the wor




al of England and Spain, this is an eloquent, sombre and moving piece.




ess than four settings of the Salve Regina, of which this is the largest-scale. Revised edition with original note values restored.




reprint 1546/5)- but the attribution has been rejected on stylistic grounds. It is nonetheless a fine piece and well worth singing.

ailable at other pitches, with or without the two-part 'Partidura', the original continuo or director's part.




 rike, as it were, on an unnamed rival who is journeying on the high seas. To this end she enlists the aid of Aeolus, who unleashes Circius, th
ss of human life and the need for Grace. These virtuoso pieces, vocal chamber music, are also available separately.




 , which makes it clear that Mendelssohn's original conception included a part for organ, Nonetheless available as chorus score (as here) or




 the first edition.
he date as 1563, so we may suppose the mass to date from Palestrina's return, after his difficult years at S. John Lateran, to S. Maria Maggio




will inevitably be compared to Josquin's, with which it shares a number of features. This version is at the original pitch, cleffed SATTB.



 kapelle with organ improvisations for the chant sections, together with the original 4-voice version sung with chant.
he attribution is credible, for the piece is in the typical Josquin style - the so-called sequence-chain form, with music repeated for the pairs of




mass was also composed.
sum, VI Sepulto Domino




Tenor. The edition has been revised in 2006.


n is a 4th lower than the original.

e exalted... The extraordinary ranges, deriving obviously from the text, make this splendid piece a challenge for any group.




ten by Johann Walter, Luther's closest collaborator.




e from Psalm 63.




ut the mass the text 'Hercules Secundus Dux Ferrariae Quartus vivit et vivet.' In this version prepared for liturgical performance in San Marco
econd book of motets.



ble at original pitch or a tone higher, bringing the lowest part almost into the Bass vocal range!
ohn Baptist seeing Christ and exclaiming: Behold the Lamb of God, who taketh away the sins of the world. It ends with a splendid triple-time

yncopated treatment of the word 'investigabiles' (inscrutable!).


 to our catalogue.
s. Most of the motets are settings of liturgical texts: Haec dies is of course the Gradual on Easter Day. It is one of three motets printed in Mod

most all the text for obvious political reasons; it has been reconstructed here.
Krasjke muzeum, Knihova II A 7.


 of the Transfiguration of Our Lord (August 6).
mes, on each step of the scale down and up and down again, after each verse of the psalm. The piece lasts about 14 minutes and is not to b


 x rhythmical counterpoint, contrary motion and quasi-homophony.


mixed and one for male voices.




arded) and thus became Duchess of Silesia and Poland. She founded with her husband the Cistercian nunners of Trebniz, near Wroclaw (B



h century pietistic literature which in spirit stood beneath the Cross and proclaimed its own guilt. A challenging piece to understand or perform



cored, but the higher choir includes what must originally have been a cornetto, lying too high for male soprano, and thus in all probability incl




 composers. Lassus' setting, scored originally for mezzo, alto, alto, tenor, bass and subbass (ideal for male voices) is here offered a tone hig




; EMP1091 has Treble clef for Soprano and Alto.

munion. Available separately or in 'Three motets for four voices'.
pplication. Attend unto me, and hear me. Available separately or in 'Three motets for four voices'.
 le separately or in 'Three motets for four voices'.
 s obviously not original.




masses to be published in his lifetime, it scarcely seems up to his usual impeccable standards. It has nonetheless achieved recognition in rec
 04, the first ever attempt at a 'Complete Edition'. Resonet in laudibus is surely one of the most popular, although at the same time one of the
 lude more of his music. Beata es Maria is a beautiful piece and a good introduction to the emotional side of his style.
 owest Bass voice down to bottom Bflat.




do. The settings are either SSATB or SATTB; the high clef pieces are included at original pitch: an Appendix is available, offering these piece


 ection is especially notable for the fine setting of Petrarch's sestina 'La ver l'aurora'. The settings are either SSATB or SATTB; the high clef p
  Primo libro di madrigali (1571), the Basso parts reconstructed by the Editor. Individual pieces may also be ordered, either at original or trans
 , perhaps as a substitute motet.
 vent). Our standard version is a 3rd lower than the high-clef original.


equally well be played.
  York Early Music Press.
 ly proofread) after his death. This edition was made from the copy of the original print in Vienna.


 nd of course suitable for Anglican Matins.


mber EMP0609.




ss, the Holy Name and the Precious Blood, and in Holy Week.


other Psalms, a joyful song of praise.
pond at Matins for the Dead. The piece takes its place in the series taking their inspiration from Savonarola's famous meditation 'Infelix ego,'
coupled with one of world stature. Daser was offered an honourable compromise, taking the director's position in Stuttgart with a lifelong pen
 sses and is entitled simply 'Missa Quarta' (fourth mass). I have given it the working title Missa 6 vocum (mass for 6 voices). It is thought to b




n the Use of Sarum.



here Croce was a priest. The scorings are mostly 'ad aequales', i.e. in 'close-together' clefs allowing for transposition up or down according to

but is also suitable for Communion at any time.




espite the very real dangers for Catholics in England at the time. The music is grand, as befits its intention.
ate especially for the two feasts of St Peter, (SS Peter and Paul and St Peter's Chains). At present only the Kyrie, Sanctus and Agnus Dei are

del Carretto, Marchesa di Grana, ("Dona Ines"), by birth a Spaniard, who became the mistress of Vincenzo Gonzaga of Mantua, and was inst




 ransitional style hinting at the baroque.
ng the high regrad in which he was held. His masses are counted among the best of the period. This setting, a paraphrase mass on the Mar
n 1666. He was director of music at the church of St. Magloire at Pontorson, Brittany.This setting, based on an unidentified motet, is obvious
ribulationes civitatum and Domine tu jurasti (1589), Domine exaudi orationem meam and Haec dicit Dominus (1591) and Unam petii (1605).



e Works (CMM28) is drawn from a Roman manuscript in which the voice carrying the second text is transmitted erroneously. The principal te
s Missa D'ung aultre amer.
 nt edition is taken from the Medici Codex, a splendid choirbook produced under the supervision of Jean Mouton.
al of England and Spain, this is an eloquent, sombre and moving piece. Here it is transposed up a third to be more accessible to mixed choirs



rata.Individual pieces from the collection are also available separately and are identified in the catalogue by the code (LibroVIII)




ghout the Octave, together with settings of Hodie Christus natus est (Magnificat Antiphon), O magnum misterium/Beata Virgo (Matins Respo


omething about them - especially the venereal rites!
ments also doubling the chorus.


n. Our edition, completely revised in 2006, is available in two versions, high and low voices. This is the high-voice version.
Alleluia: Senex puerum and Tract: Nunc Dimittis (for when the Feast falls after Septuagesima), Offertory: Diffusa est gratia and Communion
f Psalm 17, in the version in the Gallican Psalter (cf Andrea Gabrieli Psalmi Poenitentiali). The liturgical use is somewhat obscure; it is, howe
on a felicitous melodic gift and elegant imitation.


 Here printed without the 'Partidura' continuo/director's short score which is included in the Quatercentenary Edition Volume II. A version incl


in Venice, for which Croce was for many years in charge of the music. The motet provides for other feasts by giving an alternative text 'in ho


ducing a text of its own.

he blessing of ashes before Mass on Ash Wednesday. .




ato technique, sprechgesang and woodblocks. Commissioned for the Cork International Choral and Folk Dance Festival 1978, the Two Ame
s famous piece. In this version the mass is presented without the 'Partidura' organ part.


e Works (CMM28) is drawn from a Roman manuscript in which the voice carrying the second text is transmitted erroneously. The principal te

original high pitch.
been identified, it is a magnificent piece whose ideal scoring would seem to be (I) a vocal choir SATB, (II) solo Alto/Tenor and three trombone
original. A magnificent piece, some 6 minutes in length.


omprises two elements: the opening of the Magnificat Antiphon on the 3rd Sunday in Lent, and the Apostles’ Creed. Wylkynson, following a t
omprises two elements: the opening of the Magnificat Antiphon on the 3rd Sunday in Lent, and the Apostles’ Creed. Wylkynson, following a t




tandard ranges, either a tone or a fourth lower than the original (equivalent to SATBaB for mixed or male voices).
 the Assumption, and lacks the end of the text when it is the Offertory. I have provided a final cadence and an alternative end with the compl
pond at Matins for the Dead. The piece takes its place in the series taking their inspiration from Savonarola's famous meditation 'Infelix ego,'

 ith three boys’ voices, was possibly composed for New College, Oxford.




Choristarum at Magdalen College, Oxford.
oring. In the Agnus a canon requires a third Alto. This version is transposed down a third from the original.




AT; the piece is usually offered a third lower as here but can be provided at other pitches as required.

 the original high clefs.

on the chant Sequence: this was in turn a contrafactum of a very early sequence for Holy Trinity, which probably derived from the even earlie

al high clef pitch.
al high clef pitch.
 d a tone higher than the original, but please ask for sample pages. The Tenor divides in the Benedictus, which is scored SAATT.
tial Psalms, with which it shares some remarkable word-painting and the only Latin setting I know of 'O for the wings of a dove.'




Sisak in 1593. The source collection, Croce's first book of double-choir motets of 1594, was dedicated to Raimondo Della Torre, the Ambass




e opening of several Introits, but the piece may be sung as required.


nner of performance specified in the Sacre Cantilene Concertate of 1610, with a Ripieno doubling the two choirs at these points.



 Communion at any time.




n Marco. It has a text which can be adapted to suit any Saint, male or female (the published text refers to 'beatus N/beata N' for example), an



anthologised by Argilliano in 1612, although the piece was originally published in the 1594 double-choir motets. Argilliano provided a 4-voice s
ch can be multiplied in different parts of the church, with or without instruments) which joins in the tutti refrain.



Maundy Thursday, where it is the third Psalm.
out the two-part 'Partidura', the original continuo or director's part.




s famous piece. This version includes the 'Partidura' organ part.
 Here printed with the 'Partidura' continuo/director's short score which is included in the Quatercentenary Edition Volume II. A version withou




a Patri…/Sicut erat; Laus tibi Domine/Alleluia.
uited for performance with cornetts and sackbuts, without the Partidura. The piece is available at other pitches, with or without the two-part 'P




 celebration at one of the Venetian Scuole Grande, for which he provided much music over a period of some 20 years.
 pitch, best suited for performance with cornetts and sackbuts, and includes the Partidura. The piece is available at other pitches, with or with
 Partidura. The piece is available at other pitches, with or without the two-part 'Partidura', the original continuo or director's part.
AT; the piece is usually offered a third lower but can be provided at other pitches as required. This version is a tone lower than the original
oring. In the Agnus a canon requires a third Alto. This version is transposed down a tone from the original.
n is a tone lower than the original.
ersion is for high voices SSSA.
ersion is at the original pitch for male voices AAAT.
ersion is transposed down a fourth for male voices TTTB.
on is at the original high pitch.

ready available. The price quoted here is for a set of one per instrument, including 2 copies each of Fl I/II, Hn I/II, Bsn I/II: additional string pa
will inevitably be compared to Josquin's, with which it shares a number of features. This version is a third higher than the original pitch, cleffed

will inevitably be compared to Josquin's, with which it shares a number of features. This version is a tone higher than the original pitch.




ura. The piece is available at other pitches, with or without the two-part 'Partidura', the original continuo or director's part.

ch choirs. Harold Copeman established that the pieces were all written to be sung before dinner at Trinity College, Cambridge and were influ
asts of Martyrs outside Lent.




e for female or boys' voices.
 for male voices.
 apposite. Here offered as a set of parts (each choir consisting of cornett, 2 sackbuts and bass sackbut or curtal/dulcian) to be played with th
parts (each choir consisting of cornett, 2 sackbuts and bass sackbut or curtal/dulcian) to be played with the voices.

1594. Here offered as a set of parts (each choir consisting of cornett, 2 sackbuts and bass sackbut or curtal/dulcian) to be played with the vo
urg victory at Sisak in 1593. The source collection, Croce's first book of double-choir motets of 1594, was dedicated to Raimondo Della Torre
 that it was written either for the annual Lepanto commemoration, or - most likely - to celebrate the Habsburg victory at Sisak in 1593. The s
h-clef original and omits the 'Partidura'. This version, the one best suited for performance with cornetts and sackbuts, is a 4th lower than the




, which makes it clear that Mendelssohn's original conception included a part for organ, which is included in this version. The work is also av
t beloved of thy people, the highest and lowest, made so by thy pure sincerity and integrity. Live happy, therefore, live to the years of Nestor




of the Crucified. It may well have been the last piece of music Lassus wrote, for it is dated only weeks before his death in 1594. Here down a
of the Crucified. It may well have been the last piece of music Lassus wrote, for it is dated only weeks before his death in 1594. Here at the o

he date as 1563, so we may suppose the mass to date from Palestrina's return, after his difficult years at S. John Lateran, to S. Maria Maggio

ch, suitable for AATTBaB etc.
higher, as here.
ment December 1928) was not properly proof-read: it contains several wrong notes. This edition has been made afresh from Elgar's two man

 text from Psalm 17. (In German)
 at original high-clef pitch.
 ns are available for different combinations of voices, this version is at the original pitch.
 ns are available for different combinations of voices, this version is an octave below the original pitch.
 ns are available for different combinations of voices, this version is a fifth below the original pitch.




ion is based entirely on the set of manuscript partbooks in British Library Add. Mss 17786-17791, and reproduces the text as given there, wh
de-to-measure text and the unusual scale of the work (12 parts disposed in three choirs a 4) suggest a lavish celebratory occasion. Mention




r 2009 which has replaced EMPO054. Available for Strings only or with Oboe and Bassoon doubling (they have a small solo part in the Rond

r 2009 which has replaced EMP0054. Available for Strings only or with Oboe and Bassoon doubling (they have a small solo part in the Ronde
 down a 4th from the high-clefs original. Available on request at a higher pitch.

 , a 4th below the high-clef original.
 our standard version, a 4th below the high-clef original, but with the Alto voice in Treble clef.
n our standard version, just a tone below the high-clef original, and with the Alto voice in Treble clef.



h dem alten lateinischen Kirchenchoral mit vier Stimmen componiert The text is in fact drawn from all four Gospels, and was possibly influen
 rk in four different 'keys'. I have realised the Kyrie in four versions for SATB. This newly revised and typeset version replaces the manuscript
on is a 4th below original pitch: the original requires two cornetti for the top voice in each choir. The piece is available at any required pitch; in
verse 'Peccavimus cum patribus' sung on the first Sunday of Lent.
east of the Ascension: Donato's setting has the repeat fully written out, with two parts swapping.
ging alone, sometimes with one or more of the other voices, with occasional tuttis.
 tas, instrumental and vocal.
  ce in the liturgy. It could well be political in origin. 'For thy judgments, O Lord, are great, and thy words cannot be expressed: For thou didst m
ous Vespers. Based on melodic material from Gombert's 'In illo tempore' the work originally bore the title 'Missa Sanctissimae Virgini'. One of
ous Vespers. Based on melodic material from Gombert's 'In illo tempore' the work originally bore the title 'Missa Sanctissimae Virgini'. One of
ous Vespers. Based on melodic material from Gombert's 'In illo tempore' the work originally bore the title 'Missa Sanctissimae Virgini'. One of
 n is a 4th below original pitch: the original given here requires cornetti for the top voice in each choir. The piece is available at any required p
  s in black notes at 'vivit Deo.' Judging by the final 'Alleluia' Lassus had in mind the Alleluia of Mass on the 5th Sunday of Easter. A new editio
  s in black notes at 'vivit Deo.' Judging by the final 'Alleluia' Lassus had in mind the Alleluia of Mass on the 5th Sunday of Easter. A new editio



 s that for Second Vespers.
that for First Vespers.

hed in 1993, and has become a firm favourite. The text is an unusual variant of the standard one, mainly found in Italian uses, whose liturgic

 tyle: here he pays tribute to Josquin, but makes it clear that he is moving on.
h was signed on June 18 of that year in Nice. The motet has the chant 'Gaudeamus omnes' as a constantly recurring cantus firmus, and it al
editation on Psalm 51 (Miserere) by Savonarola.
es, whose liturgical function seems to have been following the Pater noster before the Office: it was also set by Donato.
 nt 'Gaudeamus omnes' as a constantly recurring cantus firmus, so that Victoria's magnificent parody mass (which we have also published) h
nd Francois I which was signed on June 18 of that year in Nice. The motet has the chant 'Gaudeamus omnes' as a constantly recurring cant




 th lower than the original and works well for SATB.

 uring his lifetime, and this piece is stunning. It is an alternatim setting, and I am grateful to Bruno Turner for providing me with a source of the
version of Miserere mei Deus, the first with the original note values, replaces our earlier edition EMP0353. It is a fourth lower than the high-cle
version of Miserere mei Deus, the first to be reissued with the original note values, replaces our earlier edition EMP0353. It is a fourth lower t
 n motet on the Prodigal Son. The unusual scoring, SSATBB, which is shared by some of the Penitential Psalms, makes the mass very usefu


union: Ego dico vobis
rfectly worked out; and it appears to include a final puzzle. But it is just as satisfying for the singer and has rightly become one of the compos
rfectly worked out; and it appears to include a final puzzle. But it is just as satisfying for the singer and has rightly become one of the compos




n Marco. It has a text which can be adapted to suit any Saint, male or female (the published text refers to 'beatus N/beata N' for example), an
high-pitch original.

ht into the practice of the time: each piece is scored for 3, 5 or 6 soloists and continuo, plus an optional 4-voice Ripieno choir, which can be d
ht into the practice of the time: each piece is scored for 3, 5 or 6 soloists and continuo, plus an optional 4-voice Ripieno choir, which can be d
 04, the first ever attempt at a 'Complete Edition'. Resonet in laudibus is surely one of the most popular, although at the same time one of the
y the Cantor or Schola. (In German)
has been composed by the editor.


TTB but with the final reading in each set being for 6 voices. PLEASE CHECK WITH US FOR TRANSPOSITIONS!

y moving. This version is at the original pitch.
e at Passiontide.
ave overlapped in Venice.



sson II is SSAT, ending SSATB; Lesson III is SAATB, ending SSAATB.
B SATB. Our standard version is a 4th below the original high pitch.
B SATB. This alternative version is just a tone below the original high pitch.
has an alternative ending for SATB SATB.


 ave overlapped in Venice.
 ave overlapped in Venice.

various ways, but was probably intended for a solo Tenor and three high instruments. The top voice in Choir III with frequent high Gs is for a

al Chapel, sang the piece by the light of flaming torches.
porary of Schütz.



able on request.


g is very specific: a group of 6 instruments (3 cornetti, viola and two trombones), four solo voices SATT and a 4-voice Capella or ripieno choi
ATSb requires a minimum of three instruments, a cornett for the top line and two low instruments (Bass trombone or curtal/dulcian) for the lo
 le for male voices.
  The third choir is the Capella, in which all parts are sung (but can be doubled, for example by strings). Choir I is probably for a solo Tenor an
otet by Lotti.. (In German)
g is very specific: a group of 6 instruments (3 cornetti, viola and two trombones), four solo voices SATT and a 4-voice Capella or ripieno choi

  but the piece is enirely in vocal clefs and a capella performance cannot be ruled out. Revised edition replacing our earlier one, and printing
e extremely affective side of Gabrieli's great genius.

solo Soprano and four instruments, Ch II a solo baritone and three instruments. Most of the concerted pieces are comparatively short; in this
other 12-voice setting as well as one for 14 and one for 17 voices, while incomplete manuscript sources document one setting for 20 or 28 vo




nd plagal cadence.' It is a setting of a variant of the 'Libera me', presumably composed for the death of a prominent person, perhaps Doge G
  choirs, SMAT TBaBSb SATB: the third choir is the vocal Capella, Choir I would normally be a solo Tenor with three high instruments, Choir
 ightforward setting of Psalm 100 (the Anglican’s ‘Jubilate’ from Matins.) The print specifies only two voices, Mezzosoprano (high counterteno
third group is also in vocal clefs and could well be sung. The fourth group (actually called Primus Chorus, because it sings first) is surely for a
  up is probably originally for solo Tenor and three instruments: these could be cornetti or strings with an appropriate low instrument; the seco
nts, probably trombones with either a curtal (dulcian) or Bass trombone; the highest group is probably originally for solo Tenor and three instr
the second group (actually called Primus Chorus, because it sings first) is surely for a solo Alto and four instruments, probably trombones wi
 Kyrie is for two 5-voice choirs (the Christe just for one of these); (iii) the Credo is for two 4-voice choirs (the Crucifixus for four voices). Most
s which follow, but in fact they represent some of the finest music which Gabrieli left us. This version has octave-Treble clefs for both Alto pa
s which follow, but in fact they represent some of the finest music which Gabrieli left us. This version has Treble clefs for the top 4 voices.
   but the piece is enirely in vocal clefs and a capella performance cannot be ruled out. This version includes an editorial organ continuo (sing




nets); the low choir (called ‘Primus Chorus’ because it sings first) a solo Altus (countertenor) and four low instruments, probably trombones, w

0: this version is set only tone lower than the original.




have not been able to find an exact liturgical match, nor does Hassler’s setting show any signs of being a Responsory. The text derives from
g, for example on Maundy Thursday and Easter Saturday, and the opening verses frequently form Versicles or Verses.
course from Matthew 16.
This piece opens the 1597 collection: O sing unto the Lord a new song: look out, here is a new sort of music!
This piece sets the first verse of Ps. 16 (17).

us setting (18 pages in our edition). This version is at the original written pitch with SATB clefs, i.e. for male voices. A higher version is also av
us setting (18 pages in our edition). This version is a third above the original written pitch which was for male voices. An original pitch version
-clef original.
have not been able to find an exact liturgical match, nor does Hassler’s setting show any signs of being a Responsory. The text derives from
  patrons, Croce was a major figure in the Venetian music scene in the second half of the 16th century. His output includes a vast amount of
 ion about Croce's life and work. With sections devoted to his nearly 40 years' service as singing boy, man, vice-maestro and maestro di cap

Miserere (which strictly belong to Lauds) and the Te Deum.
ae written out for the Abbot of the Monastery of St Ulrich and St Afra in Augsburg, whose source is not known.



collection includes a number of very beautiful pieces, such as
Merulo, both of them - like Croce - better known for large-scale and polychoral writing. The range of these pieces rarely exceeds two octaves


ht into the practice of the time.
ons are given here, together with the handful of sacred madrigals.
 collection of 4-choir masses in Graz (now in the Austrian National Library). There are two settings of the Requiem Mass, the only surviving t
fertory for the Purification. Byrd failed to provide the piece with a final close, so I give it with an optional cadence.

earlier work, although it must then be one of the first to experiment with double counterpoint. The original scoring is SAATB and this manusc
was then a parody on the lost original. The Kaisermotette itself was retexted again in 1558 in honour of Maximilian's grandson Karl V, with the
down a third for male voices.

 e version for low voices.




 ere necessary transposed.




male and mixed voices.This version is transposed down a third for male voices.
seems to have started life as a setting of the Antiphon to St William (of York) sung each evening at Cardinal College (later Christ Church), O




 and thus may have been born about 1475. One of his motets is attributed to Mouton, so that his style was recognised as assured and accom

ted by Thee, O Lord: and may our sacrifice be such that it be acceptable to Thee this day, and be pleasing to Thee, O Lord God. The piece w




male and mixed voices.This is the original (high-pitch) version.

hony. A high clef piece usually offered down a fourth but available at various pitches.
ages are ruled in preparation for the work which was never pursued.




ginal note values restored.




e and well worth singing.




aid of Aeolus, who unleashes Circius, the north-west wind. The scheme is foiled, however, by Nereus, and Juno is obliged to "cede the palm.
able separately.




 available as chorus score (as here) or with organ.




s at S. John Lateran, to S. Maria Maggiore. As well as being unusually scored - for SSAATB - it is his only Hexachord Mass, and displays his




he original pitch, cleffed SATTB.



ng with chant.
rm, with music repeated for the pairs of text lines (as in the chant) - and with a pair of canons: the Discantus and Tenor sing the paraphrase
allenge for any group.




d for liturgical performance in San Marco, Venice, alternative texts were supplied, either setting sections of the Ordinary or using a new text in
world. It ends with a splendid triple-time Alleluia.




. It is one of three motets printed in Moderne's anthology Motetti del fiore in 1532.




e lasts about 14 minutes and is not to be undertaken lightly!




 n nunners of Trebniz, near Wroclaw (Breslau) to which she retired on the death of her husband and son in 1238. She died there in 1243 and



allenging piece to understand or perform.



 soprano, and thus in all probability included other instruments.




r male voices) is here offered a tone higher. Set in the Phrygian mode, which offers little scope for relief, it nonetheless moves from despair t
nonetheless achieved recognition in recent scholarship, and is a worthy addition to the simpler 4-part masses suitable for Christmas use.
ar, although at the same time one of the most rhythmically challenging of Lassus' motets. Its depiction of uncontrolled rejoicing requires a gre
side of his style.




ppendix is available, offering these pieces at transposed pitch (a fourth lower).Individual pieces may also be ordered, either at original or tran


either SSATB or SATTB; the high clef pieces are included at original pitch: an Appendix is available, offering these pieces at transposed pitc
so be ordered, either at original or transposed pitch: these will gradually be listed in the catalogue (marked *).




narola's famous meditation 'Infelix ego,' on Psalm 51 (Miserere mei Deus), which includes settings by Andrea Gabrieli, Lassus and Merulo. T
s position in Stuttgart with a lifelong pension from the Bavarian ducal house. His music is being rediscovered, and this mass on Josquin's fam
um (mass for 6 voices). It is thought to be a parody mass whose model has not so far been identified.




or transposition up or down according to the singers available.




ly the Kyrie, Sanctus and Agnus Dei are available, the complete edition will be finished as quickly as possible.

cenzo Gonzaga of Mantua, and was installed by him in the Palazzo Te, discreetly located on the edge of town. The Marchesa gathered aroun
 setting, a paraphrase mass on the Marian Vesper hymn, is lovely. At present the Credo is not included, due to limited time with the source, b
sed on an unidentified motet, is obviously of the early baroque. It is written almost entirely in quavers and semiquavers and with experimenta
Dominus (1591) and Unam petii (1605). Most of these are not available in modern performing editions (except in our catalogue).



ransmitted erroneously. The principal text is of course Verses of Psalm 30; the secondary text 'Divitias et paupertates' is part of the respond


 d to be more accessible to mixed choirs.



gue by the code (LibroVIII)




m misterium/Beata Virgo (Matins Respond) and O admirabile commercium (Magnificat Antiphon for the Circumcision (Jan. 1)). The Mass pr




e high-voice version.
tory: Diffusa est gratia and Communion: Responsum accepit Simeon. Diffusa est gratia is reused from its position as Gradual verse for the F
 al use is somewhat obscure; it is, however, noteworthy that Giovanni Gabrieli also set the same text in his 1597 collection.



ntenary Edition Volume II. A version including the Partidura is also available.


easts by giving an alternative text 'in honore beati N' etc.




Folk Dance Festival 1978, the Two American Madrigals have also been performed by the BBC Singers.
ransmitted erroneously. The principal text is of course Verses of Psalm 30; the secondary text 'Divitias et paupertates' is part of the respond


, (II) solo Alto/Tenor and three trombones, (III) solo Baritone and three higher instruments, the top one probably a cornett, (IV) solo Alto and



postles’ Creed. Wylkynson, following a traditional scheme, allocates individual phrases of the Creed to each Apostle. The piece is in the form
postles’ Creed. Wylkynson, following a traditional scheme, allocates individual phrases of the Creed to each Apostle. The piece is in the form




 e and an alternative end with the complete text.
narola's famous meditation 'Infelix ego,' on Psalm 51 (Miserere mei Deus), which includes settings by Andrea Gabrieli, Lassus and Merulo. T




h probably derived from the even earlier jubilus of the Alleluia.



us, which is scored SAATT.
O for the wings of a dove.'




d to Raimondo Della Torre, the Ambassador to Venice of the Holy Roman Empire.




 two choirs at these points.




s to 'beatus N/beata N' for example), and includes a prayxer for 'fraternitatem istam', i.e. this Confraternity. The piece is available in adapata



ir motets. Argilliano provided a 4-voice setting of the (Roman) verse which is missing in all Croce's Responsories.
nary Edition Volume II. A version without the Partidura is also available.
er pitches, with or without the two-part 'Partidura', the original continuo or director's part.




of some 20 years.
 is available at other pitches, with or without the two-part 'Partidura', the original continuo or director's part.
continuo or director's part.
rsion is a tone lower than the original
 l I/II, Hn I/II, Bsn I/II: additional string parts are priced at €12.50.
hird higher than the original pitch, cleffed SATTB. The work is also available a semitone lower than here.

one higher than the original pitch.




uo or director's part.

 inity College, Cambridge and were influenced by Prof. HAJ Munro, who was promoting a new school Latin - so that an (English) school Latin




but or curtal/dulcian) to be played with the voices.
 th the voices.

curtal/dulcian) to be played with the voices.
was dedicated to Raimondo Della Torre, the Ambassador to Venice of the Holy Roman Empire. Here offered as a set of parts (each choir co
absburg victory at Sisak in 1593. The source collection, Croce's first book of double-choir motets of 1594, was dedicated to Raimondo Della
ts and sackbuts, is a 4th lower than the original high pitch, here without the Partidura. Here offered as a set of parts (each choir consisting o




uded in this version. The work is also available as a chorus score without organ.
 y, therefore, live to the years of Nestor (i.e. to great old age): this doth the sweet-sounding muse of Orlando wish thee. Here at the original h




s before his death in 1594. Here down a 4th from the original high pitch.
s before his death in 1594. Here at the original high pitch.

s at S. John Lateran, to S. Maria Maggiore. As well as being unusually scored - for SSAATB - it is his only Hexachord Mass, and displays his



been made afresh from Elgar's two manuscripts in the British Library.




d reproduces the text as given there, which differs somewhat from the hybrid version. It is at the original pitch, suitable for AATTBaB etc.
 a lavish celebratory occasion. Mention of the Rhine and the Alpine regions in the text is evidently related to the alliance contracted in 1603 b




(they have a small solo part in the Rondeau which works equally well as a 'Concerto grosso' with solo violin and 'cello). This version is a scor

they have a small solo part in the Rondeau which works equally well as a 'Concerto grosso' with solo violin and 'cello). This version is a score




 four Gospels, and was possibly influenced by Osiander, who was Hofprediger at the court (Hof) of Moritz, Landgraf zu Hessen in Kassel. Le
ypeset version replaces the manuscript edition of 1997 which is now withdrawn.
ece is available at any required pitch; instrumental parts in any clefs at €2.00 each.
s cannot be expressed: For thou didst magnify thy people, O Lord, and didst honour them.' Wisdom 17, 1; 19,20
itle 'Missa Sanctissimae Virgini'. One of the grandest and most luscious of Monteverdi's works, it deserves to be as well-known as Palestrina
itle 'Missa Sanctissimae Virgini'. One of the grandest and most luscious of Monteverdi's works, it deserves to be as well-known as Palestrina
itle 'Missa Sanctissimae Virgini'. One of the grandest and most luscious of Monteverdi's works, it deserves to be as well-known as Palestrina
The piece is available at any required pitch; instrumental parts in any clefs at €2.00 each.
n the 5th Sunday of Easter. A new edition, a 4th below the high-clef original, which replaces EMP 0137.
n the 5th Sunday of Easter. A new edition which replaces EMP 0137. This version is a 3rd below the high-clef original, with the Altus in Trebl




ainly found in Italian uses, whose liturgical function seems to have been following the Pater noster before the Office: it was also set by Merulo


stantly recurring cantus firmus, and it also plays a prominent role in the mass, which could equally well have been called 'Missa Jubilate Deo

lso set by Donato.
 mass (which we have also published) has the title 'Missa Gaudeamus'.
s omnes' as a constantly recurring cantus firmus, so that Victoria's magnificent parody mass has the title 'Missa Gaudeamus'.




ner for providing me with a source of the chant known to the composer, which is incorporated in the edition.
353. It is a fourth lower than the high-clef original, but is also available at other pitches. In this version the Altus, Tenor and Quintus are all pr
r edition EMP0353. It is a fourth lower than the high-clef original, but is also available at other pitches. In this version the Altus is in treble cle
tial Psalms, makes the mass very useful for choirs short of tenors. This completely revised edition, which restores original note values, has b



d has rightly become one of the composer's best-loved pieces. Original pitch.
d has rightly become one of the composer's best-loved pieces. Here offered a tone above the original, which lies low for mixed voices.




 s to 'beatus N/beata N' for example), and includes a prayxer for 'fraternitatem istam', i.e. this Confraternity. The piece is available in adapata


al 4-voice Ripieno choir, which can be doubled or tripled (presumably in different parts of the church) 'perche fanno vagissimo e soavissimo C
al 4-voice Ripieno choir, which can be doubled or tripled (presumably in different parts of the church) 'perche fanno vagissimo e soavissimo C
ar, although at the same time one of the most rhythmically challenging of Lassus' motets. Its depiction of uncontrolled rejoicing actually requi




SPOSITIONS!
n Choir III with frequent high Gs is for a cornett or violin.




TT and a 4-voice Capella or ripieno choir SATB. A chorus score is also available. This version has a realised organ part based on one publish
ss trombone or curtal/dulcian) for the low bass parts. However, the third choir is marked Capella, suggesting that this is a 4-part vocal choir;

s). Choir I is probably for a solo Tenor and four high instruments, Choir II for solo Soprano and four trombones or similar. Instrumental parts a

TT and a 4-voice Capella or ripieno choir SATB. A chorus score is also available. This version presents the original (unfigured) organ part. Th

n replacing our earlier one, and printing the alto voice in treble clef.


d pieces are comparatively short; in this case the final section of the piece is repeated, giving it a length of about 5 minutes.
es document one setting for 20 or 28 voices, and another for 33 voices.




of a prominent person, perhaps Doge Grimani (+ 1605). Scored for four vocal choirs, SATB SATB ATTB ATTB but obviously instruments ma
enor with three high instruments, Choir II a solo Tenor with three low instruments.
voices, Mezzosoprano (high countertenor) and Tenor, with the following instruments: 2 cornetti and bassoon, 5 trombones, and organ. All ex
 rus, because it sings first) is surely for a solo Alto and four instruments, probably including a curtal or dulcian; the highest group (first in my li
an appropriate low instrument; the second group is surely for a solo Alto and three instruments, probably trombones with either a curtal (dulc
y originally for solo Tenor and three instruments: these could be cornetti or strings. The text of Psalm 18 is often sung, but this large-scale fe
our instruments, probably trombones with either a curtal (dulcian) or Bass trombone; the highest group, Secundus Chorus (the first in my list)
 s (the Crucifixus for four voices). Most unusually, it is in vocal clefs throughout, and is thus one of the few pieces of this size which can legiti
has octave-Treble clefs for both Alto parts.
has Treble clefs for the top 4 voices.
cludes an editorial organ continuo (single line).




 low instruments, probably trombones, with a bass trombone or curtal on the lowest part. The Basso per l’organo was not included in the orig




ng a Responsory. The text derives from Mark 16, 15 and 16. This version is a fourth below the high-clef original.
rsicles or Verses.




 male voices. A higher version is also available with the catalogue number 1310.
or male voices. An original pitch version is also available with the catalogue number 1309.

ng a Responsory. The text derives from Mark 16, 15 and 16. This version is a tone below the high-clef original.
 y. His output includes a vast amount of double-choir music, including three masses, two books of motets and sets of music for Terce, Vespe
  man, vice-maestro and maestro di cappella at San Marco; to his duties (chiefly neglected) as a priest at S. Maria Formosa; and to his list of




hese pieces rarely exceeds two octaves, so that they can be transposed to suit the available forces. In particular they avoid what were the ex




 the Requiem Mass, the only surviving triple-choir Psalm from a collection which has since become lost, one of the loveliest double-choir mo
ginal scoring is SAATB and this manuscript edition offers the piece a third higher. It will shortly appear be typeset and thus available at the o
f Maximilian's grandson Karl V, with the text 'Christus Filius Dei': this version is also available on request. Instrumental parts for the typical 'M
ardinal College (later Christ Church), Oxford and incporporating a prayer for Cardinal Wolsey, Founder of the College. It provided the model




e was recognised as assured and accomplished.

asing to Thee, O Lord God. The piece was printed in a collection published by Grandi, Motetti a cinque voci (sic) in 1620.
, and Juno is obliged to "cede the palm." Although Juno certainly had a reputation for being nasty when her jealousy was aroused, the story
only Hexachord Mass, and displays his considerable gifts: the second Superius sings only the cantus firmus, ascending and descending, eit
scantus and Tenor sing the paraphrased chant, while Quintus and Bassus have related but independent material. The remaining two voices,
ns of the Ordinary or using a new text in honour of Holy Trinity. Various versions are available. The work as offered here is without Credo, bu
son in 1238. She died there in 1243 and was buried near her husband in the Abbey church where they both still lie.




ief, it nonetheless moves from despair to confidence.
 masses suitable for Christmas use.
n of uncontrolled rejoicing requires a great deal of control with word rhythms always taking precedence over 'strong beats'.




lso be ordered, either at original or transposed pitch: these will gradually be listed in the catalogue (marked *).


offering these pieces at transposed pitch (a fourth lower).Individual pieces may also be ordered, either at original or transposed pitch: these w




Andrea Gabrieli, Lassus and Merulo. This version is at the original pitch (a minor).
overed, and this mass on Josquin's famous Marian piece is a very fine one.




of town. The Marchesa gathered around her a little "anti-court" of noble folk who presumably had enough time on their hands to indulge in m
ed, due to limited time with the source, but it will be added as soon as possible.
and semiquavers and with experimental chromaticisms.
s (except in our catalogue).



as et paupertates' is part of the respond Verbum iniquum. This text is presented in different prolations in the two halves of the piece, and is th




he Circumcision (Jan. 1)). The Mass propers and the Office pieces are available separately




m its position as Gradual verse for the Feasts of the Annunciation and Assumption, but Byrd omits to set the final phrase or to provide a perf
in his 1597 collection.
as et paupertates' is part of the respond Verbum iniquum. This text is presented in different prolations in the two halves of the piece, and is th


e probably a cornett, (IV) solo Alto and three low instruments such as curtal/dulcian. However, all but the highest and lowest parts are capab



o each Apostle. The piece is in the form of a canon for 13 equal voices, given in the Tenor (C4) clef with frequent changes between this and
o each Apostle. The piece is in the form of a canon for 13 equal voices, given in the Tenor (C4) clef with frequent changes between this and




 Andrea Gabrieli, Lassus and Merulo. This version is offered a tone higher than the original.
ernity. The piece is available in adapatations to any Saint, this version has the original text.



esponsories.
 Latin - so that an (English) school Latin pronunciation should ideally be used. The pieces are also available separately: see separate entries




e offered as a set of parts (each choir consisting of cornett, 2 sackbuts and bass sackbut or curtal/dulcian) to be played with the voices.
1594, was dedicated to Raimondo Della Torre, the Ambassador to Venice of the Holy Roman Empire. Here offered as a set of parts (each ch
 s a set of parts (each choir consisting of cornett, 2 sackbuts and bass sackbut or curtal/dulcian) to be played with the voices. Organ part ava




Orlando wish thee. Here at the original high pitch.




 only Hexachord Mass, and displays his considerable gifts: the second Superius sings only the cantus firmus, ascending and descending, eit




nal pitch, suitable for AATTBaB etc.
 ated to the alliance contracted in 1603 between Venice and the Swiss so-called Grisons (“Grey”) League. By the terms of the treaty, the Sw




  violin and 'cello). This version is a score and a single set of string parts plus continuo. Additional parts on request. Vln I/oboe €4.50; Vln II, V

 violin and 'cello). This version is a score and a single set of parts, including oboe, bassoon and continuo. Additional parts on request. Vln I/o




 oritz, Landgraf zu Hessen in Kassel. Lechner's is the only German Passion setting which uses the chant melody of traditional Passion recita
erves to be as well-known as Palestrina's Missa Papae Marcelli or the Byrd 4-voice Mass. Our edition is available at the original high pitch (o
erves to be as well-known as Palestrina's Missa Papae Marcelli or the Byrd 4-voice Mass. Our edition is available down a fourth for male voi
erves to be as well-known as Palestrina's Missa Papae Marcelli or the Byrd 4-voice Mass. Our edition is available down a third (in 'A') as her


high-clef original, with the Altus in Treble clef.




ore the Office: it was also set by Merulo.


ll have been called 'Missa Jubilate Deo'.



 title 'Missa Gaudeamus'.




n the Altus, Tenor and Quintus are all printed in the octave-treble clef; EMP1115 presents the Altus in treble clef (which we think looks horribl
 . In this version the Altus is in treble clef, for those who cannot read the octave clef.
 hich restores original note values, has been checked against the only complete set of original part books in the Staats- und Stadtbibliothek a




, which lies low for mixed voices.




ernity. The piece is available in adapatations to any Saint, this version is in honour of the Blessed Virgin Mary.


'perche fanno vagissimo e soavissimo Concerto.' This catalogue number refers to the complete score of the Ripieno choir for all 10 pieces.
'perche fanno vagissimo e soavissimo Concerto.' This performing edition presents all 10 pieces (the high-clef pieces transposed down a 4th
n of uncontrolled rejoicing actually requires a great deal of control with word rhythms always taking precedence over 'strong beats'. This vers
ealised organ part based on one published on the Internet, whose arranger I have been unable to contact. The alternative version presents t
gesting that this is a 4-part vocal choir; the other groups are probably intended for (I) Solo Tenor and 3 cornetti; (II) Solo Alto and three tromb

ombones or similar. Instrumental parts are available on request.

ts the original (unfigured) organ part. The alternative version has a realised organ part based on one published on the Internet, whose arran




th of about 5 minutes.




TB ATTB but obviously instruments may double or substitute for voices.
 assoon, 5 trombones, and organ. All except the highest cornetto part (even the lowest Bass which descends to low C) are marked 'e Voce s
  dulcian; the highest group (first in my list) could well include a solo Soprano singing the second line, and three instruments: the Tr clef part i
ably trombones with either a curtal (dulcian) or Bass trombone; the fourth group is hard to identify; either the Alto or the Tenor must be sung,
 18 is often sung, but this large-scale festive setting, ending with the text 'et ipse tamquam sponsus procedens de thalamo suo' (as a bridegr
 p, Secundus Chorus (the first in my list) is probably originally for solo Tenor and four instruments: these could be cornetti or strings. The text
e few pieces of this size which can legitimately be sung 'a capella', although instrumental doubling is entirely authentic practice. The piece is i




per l’organo was not included in the original print, the source is a manuscript partbook in Augsburg written out in 1636, which includes the 15




tets and sets of music for Terce, Vespers and Compline. Besides this there are collections of 4-voice ad equales motets, 5-voice Cantiones
t at S. Maria Formosa; and to his list of distinguished patrons.




 n particular they avoid what were the extremes of the vocal ranges at a time when male sopranos seem to have been in short supply. The e




ost, one of the loveliest double-choir motets, and a set of 4-voice pieces from a manuscript now in Moscow.
r be typeset and thus available at the original pitch and in other transpositions.
uest. Instrumental parts for the typical 'Maximilian scoring' with cornetti and trombones are also available.
er of the College. It provided the model for the Missa O Willelme, also known as the 'Small Devotion' Mass.




ue voci (sic) in 1620.
en her jealousy was aroused, the story recounted in the sonnet has no parallel in classical mythology that I am aware of. This makes me sus
s firmus, ascending and descending, either in the natural or the hard hexachord, but in an enormously varied and varying series of rhythms. I
ent material. The remaining two voices, Contratenor and Sextus, are freely composed.
work as offered here is without Credo, but a full version with the Credo will be available shortly.
y both still lie.
ce over 'strong beats'.




er at original or transposed pitch: these will gradually be listed in the catalogue (marked *).
ough time on their hands to indulge in madrigal singing (and who may have had a hand in the Pastor Fido productions of 1598). Since Wert
in the two halves of the piece, and is thus 'isorhythmic,' by the time of composition an antiquated device.




set the final phrase or to provide a perfect cadence, which the editor has provided.
 in the two halves of the piece, and is thus 'isorhythmic,' by the time of composition an antiquated device. Transposed version, down a fourth


 the highest and lowest parts are capable of being sung, and our edition provides underlay for all parts. Performing material available include



with frequent changes between this and the Alto (C3) clef to allow for the extension of the range to the high A. This version presents only a sin
with frequent changes between this and the Alto (C3) clef to allow for the extension of the range to the high A. This version presents a possib
ailable separately: see separate entries for scorings.




cian) to be played with the voices.
. Here offered as a set of parts (each choir consisting of cornett, 2 sackbuts and bass sackbut or curtal/dulcian) to be played with the voices.
e played with the voices. Organ part available separately.




s firmus, ascending and descending, either in the natural or the hard hexachord, but in an enormously varied and varying series of rhythms. I




gue. By the terms of the treaty, the Swiss would furnish 7000 troops to Venice in case of need. The piece was no doubt performed on the da




ts on request. Vln I/oboe €4.50; Vln II, Vln III/Vla I €4.50; Vlc/Bsn €4.50; Vlc tutti €4.50

nuo. Additional parts on request. Vln I/oboe €4.50; Vln II, Vln III/Vla I €4.50; Vlc/Bsn €4.50; Vlc tutti €4.50




 ant melody of traditional Passion recitation as a cantus firmus.The original is in high clefs and this performing edition is set a fourth lower, es
n is available at the original high pitch (only suitable for instruments) as here, down a fourth for male voices, or down a third (in 'A'). Set of ins
n is available down a fourth for male voices as here, down a third (in 'A'), or even at the original high pitch (only suitable for instruments). Set
n is available down a third (in 'A') as here, down a fourth for male voices, or even at the original high pitch (only suitable for instruments). Set




 treble clef (which we think looks horrible...)

oks in the Staats- und Stadtbibliothek at Augsburg. It replaces our earlier edition EMP 285.




e of the Ripieno choir for all 10 pieces.
high-clef pieces transposed down a 4th) in a sturdy ring-bound score. A complete score for the Ripieno is also available (EMP1139), as are r
ecedence over 'strong beats'. This version is transposed a tone higher to G major, with the Alto voice in Treble clef.
ntact. The alternative version presents the original (unfigured) organ part. Instrumental parts, including an organ part with a blank right hand,
 3 cornetti; (II) Solo Alto and three trombones, (IV) Solo Soprano and three trombones or strings. Instrumental parts are available on request



 published on the Internet, whose arranger I have been unable to contact. Instrumental parts, including an organ part with a blank right hand
escends to low C) are marked 'e Voce si placet', so the piece may be performed with as many singers are available.The overall cleffing is: M
 and three instruments: the Tr clef part is either for Cornett or for Violin. The text is a variant of a Responsory sung (A) at the Vigil of Holy Inn
her the Alto or the Tenor must be sung, the other voices are for instruments. The text is otherwise unknown but clearly refers to the Assumpt
 rocedens de thalamo suo' (as a bridegroom coming out of his chamber) was possibly intended for a wedding.
ese could be cornetti or strings. The text (Psalm 99 with variants) is often sung, but this spectacular setting is probably intended for Christmas
entirely authentic practice. The piece is in high clefs and is normally offered a 4th lower: other transpositions available on request. The price q




ritten out in 1636, which includes the 1587 Concerti as well as the 1597 collection. It combines text from Isaiah 63 and Psalm 24, and was po




 ad equales motets, 5-voice Cantiones Sacrae, two sets of Lamentations, masses for 5 and 6 voices (and one for four choirs), two Requiem




em to have been in short supply. The edition also gives three pieces by Agostin Masera which were included in Croce's publication. Agostin
that I am aware of. This makes me suspect that the madrigal is an "occasional" piece, commemorating the arrival in Venice of some illustrio
y varied and varying series of rhythms. In the final Agnus a third Alto sings in canon a fifth below the second Superius. The edition has now b
Fido productions of 1598). Since Wert praises the artistic accomplishments of the Marchesa, and since much of the poetry is anonymous an
vice. Transposed version, down a fourth.


s. Performing material available includes full score, chorus scores and single voice/instrument parts: please ask for details. The price quoted



 high A. This version presents only a single sheert of music, as in the original.
 high A. This version presents a possible realisation, fully written out for 13 voices.
al/dulcian) to be played with the voices.




y varied and varying series of rhythms. In the final Agnus a third Alto sings in canon a fifth below the second Superius. The edition has now b




piece was no doubt performed on the date of signing the treaty, September 24 1603, in the Ducal Palace, probably in the chamber of the Sen




rforming edition is set a fourth lower, especially suitable for male voices. The original spelling of the text has been retained, rather than force
voices, or down a third (in 'A'). Set of instrumental parts at any pitch and in any clef €35.
pitch (only suitable for instruments). Set of instrumental parts at any pitch and in any clef €35.
pitch (only suitable for instruments). Set of instrumental parts at any pitch and in any clef €35.




no is also available (EMP1139), as are ripieno scores and instrumental parts for each piece separately (please ask for prices).
e in Treble clef.
g an organ part with a blank right hand, are available on request.
rumental parts are available on request.



ng an organ part with a blank right hand, are available on request.
s are available.The overall cleffing is: MT (solo voices); TrSATTTBSb, org. It opens with an (optional) instrumental Sinfonia for all 10 instrum
ponsory sung (A) at the Vigil of Holy Innocents, (B) on Easter Monday, (C) on the Friday after Easter. The prominent ‘Alleluia’ suggests Easte
known but clearly refers to the Assumption.

etting is probably intended for Christmas use.
sitions available on request. The price quoted is for the full score (66 pages); chorus scores and instrumental parts are in preparation.




om Isaiah 63 and Psalm 24, and was possibly composed for an extra-liturgical celebration in connection with the Feast of the Precious Blood




 (and one for four choirs), two Requiems and much more besides.




ncluded in Croce's publication. Agostin seems to have been a colleague in the choir at St Mark's.
ng the arrival in Venice of some illustrious (and, no doubt, still queasy) female personage after a not-so-uneventful voyage. ("How about a cu
second Superius. The edition has now been revised and includes the Credo. Here a 4th lower than the high-clef original.
nce much of the poetry is anonymous and not set by other madrigalists, it seems not unreasonable to assume that the author was the March
please ask for details. The price quoted is for the full score
second Superius. The edition has now been revised and includes the Credo. Given here a tone lower than the high-clef original.




ace, probably in the chamber of the Senato.




ext has been retained, rather than force a modern German wine into the old skin.
ly (please ask for prices).
instrumental Sinfonia for all 10 instruments.
The prominent ‘Alleluia’ suggests Eastertide use.



umental parts are in preparation.




on with the Feast of the Precious Blood (July 1).
so-uneventful voyage. ("How about a cup of tea and a nice madrigal or two to calm your nerves, dear?")
e high-clef original.
assume that the author was the Marchesa herself in at least some instances. Individual pieces from the collection are also available separa
than the high-clef original.
the collection are also available separately and are identified in the catalogue by the code (LibroX)

								
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