3 – 7 Voices


Ahle, Johann Rudolph (1625-1673): "Seht Euch für"

Ahle, Johann Rudolph (1625-1673): "Seht Euch für"

Product.Nr.: EW367

Sacred concerto for soprano, alto, tenor, 4 string instruments (or 4 recorders) & b. c., edited by Dr. Konrad Ruhland. Ahle was born and worked in Mühlhausen/Thüringen. He was one of the most important representatives of the so called "mitteldeutschen Cantorenmusik". "Seht Euch für" is a real rarity, because the voices are accompanied by a recorder ensemble (or "4 flauti o violin") which is very uncommon for non Christmas music at the time of Ahle. "Seht Euch für" is recorded by Masaaki Suzuki and the Bach-Orchestra Japan (Label BIS/Sweden).

16,00 EUR

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Basevi Codex (Firenze 1506-1514)

Basevi Codex (Firenze 1506-1514)

Product.Nr.: AL36

songs and motets by Agricola, Ghiselin, Josquin, Obrecht, La Rue, Prioris etc, facsimile, last copies: out of print! Alamire

49,80 EUR

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Bertali, Antonio (1605-1669): Laudate Dominum (Ps.116)

Bertali, Antonio (1605-1669): Laudate Dominum (Ps.116)

Product.Nr.: EW373

for soprano, contralto, bass, 2 violins & b. c., edited by Dr. Konrad Ruhland. Bertali was born in Verona and received his early music education there. Later he was employed as court musician in Vienna by Ferdinand II and was one of the greatest composers in the 17th century. First edition. Series Musica Speciosa

18,50 EUR

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Blow, John (1649-1708): Septimnius and Acme

Blow, John (1649-1708): Septimnius and Acme

Product.Nr.: Blo2

from The Theater of Music, 1685, für 2 sopranos, bass, 2 violins & b. c., edited by Cedric Lee. Green Man Press

18,50 EUR

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Blow, John (1649-1708): Sing, sing ye Muses

Blow, John (1649-1708): Sing, sing ye Muses

Product.Nr.: Blo5

from Amphion Anglicus (1700), for soprano, contralto, tenor, bass, 2 violins & b. c., edited by Cedric Lee. Green Man Press

17,50 EUR

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Bruckner, Anton (1824-1896): Locus Iste (SATB)

Bruckner, Anton (1824-1896): Locus Iste (SATB)

Product.Nr.: CC19001

Graduale for 4 recorders (or 4 voices), transcribed by Vince Kelly. It’s suitable for both: instrumental or vocal ensembles. CCBN Publications

11,00 EUR

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Bruckner, Anton (1824-1896): Os Justi (SATB)

Bruckner, Anton (1824-1896): Os Justi (SATB)

Product.Nr.: CC19002

Graduale for 4 voices (or gambas/recorders), arranged by Vince Kelly. It’s suitable for both: instrumental or vocal ensembles. Pleasant surprise: Bruckner for recorder or viols da gamba quartet - pure melodiousness! CCBN Publications

14,50 EUR

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Buxtehude, Dieterich (1637-1707): Missa alla brevis<br>- vocal edition (original)

Buxtehude, Dieterich (1637-1707): Missa alla brevis
- vocal edition (original)

Product.Nr.: G138

for 5 voices (SSATB) or choir & b. c., BuxWV 114, edited by Leonore and Günter von Zadow, preface by Gunther Morche. On examination this "Lutheran short mass" displays its rather instrumental than vocal concept and therefore it offers a wide range of performance opportunities. Choral scores are also available (G137). Edition Güntersberg

24,80 EUR

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Byrd, William (1543-1623): Ave Verum Corpus

Byrd, William (1543-1623): Ave Verum Corpus

Product.Nr.: CC17009

Motet for 4 voices (or recorders or gambas) from "Gradualia" book I (1610), edited by Vince Kelly. New edition and facsimile  it''s suitable for both: instrumental or vocal ensembles. CCBN Publications

16,00 EUR

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Byrd, William (1543-1623): Christ rising & Christ is Risen Againe (SATTTB)

Byrd, William (1543-1623): Christ rising & Christ is Risen Againe (SATTTB)

Product.Nr.: CC16009

two Motets for Easter for 6 voices (6 recorders or 6 gambas) from "Songs of sundrie natures" 1589, edited by Vince Kelly. It''s suitable for both: instrumental or vocal ensembles. CCBN Publications

19,80 EUR

incl. 7 % VAT excl. shipping costs

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