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Repertorium historických hudebních tisků na území ČR,
I: Tisky vokální polyfonie, rané monodie, hudební teorie a tabulatur z let 1500-1630
(Repertory of the Rare Printed Musical Books Now in the Czech Republic, I: 1500-1630)

 

 

1 / 6 Magnificat octo tonorum Moralis hispanii et Adami Reneri...
Wittenberg, 1544
Author: Sebald Heyden
Printer: Georg Rhau
Deposit: NM-ČMH (Pmčh), Praha, bez sign. (3) - D, 1544/4
Composers: Divitis, Févin (2), Galliculus, Iachet (2), La Rue, Morales (5), Pieton, Pipelare, Reiner (8), Richafort, Tudual, Verdelot, anonym

 

2 / 6 Novum et insigne opus musicum, sex, quinque et quatuor vocum, cuius in Germania hactenus nihil simile usquam est editum. Nunc quidem locupletatum plus centum non minus elegantibus carminibus, tum Iosquini, tum aliorum clarissimorum symphonistarum tam vete
Nürnberg, 1558
Author: none
Printers: Joannes Montanus (Berg), Ulrich Neuber
Deposit 1: NK (Pu), Praha, 59 E 9728 (3) - S, 1558/4
Deposit 2: MVČ (HK), Hradec Králové, Ha 1265a-b (1) – Va, A
Deposit 3: MVČ (HK), Hradec Králové, II A 41 - 5v
Deposit 4: MZM (Bm), Brno, A 20529 – T, V
Composers: Eustachius Barbion (2), Josquin Baston, Jobst von Brant, Pierre Certon, Jacobus Clemens non Papa (7), Johann Cleve, Thomas Crecquillon, Févin, Gombert (5), Christian Janszone Hollander (2), J. Chastelain, Heinrich Isaak, Jachet (4), Josquin Després (8), La Fage, Pierre de Manchicourt, Massenus (2), Morales, Mouton, Leonhard Paminger, Phinot, Pieton, J. Pionnier, Senfl (3), Vaet (4), Wismes

 

3 / 6 Tertia pars magni operis musici, continens clarissimorum symphonistarum tam veterum quam recentiorum, praecipue vero Clementis non Papae, carmina elegantissima. Quatuor vocum...
Nürnberg, 1559
Author: none
Printers: Joannes Montanus (Berg), Ulrich Neuber
Deposit 1: NK (Pu), Praha, 59 E 9728 (1) - S nekompl., 1559/2
Deposit 2: MVČ (HK), Hradec Králové, Ha 1265b (2) – A
Deposit 3: MZM (Bm), Brno, A 20529 – T
Composers: Giovanni (Guyot) Castileti, Jacobus Clemens non Papa (21), Jean Conseil, Joannes Courtois, Thomas Crecquillon (6), Benedictus Ducis (2), Goudimel, Christian Janszone Hollander, Heinrich Isaak, Josquin Després (11), Ioannes Maillard (5), Cle. Morel, Mouton (6), Leonhard Paminger, Pieton, A. Tubal, Verdelot (3), anonym (3)

 

4 / 6 Concentus octo, sex, quinque et quatuor vocum, omnium iucundissimi, nuspiam antea sic aediti
Augsburg, 1545
Author: Narcissus Zanggl
Printer: Philipp Ulhard
Deposit: AbK (KRa), Kroměříž, A 3, A 1, A 5 – S, B, T, 1545/2
Composers: Arcadelt, Josquin Baston, G. Blanckenmüller, Huldericus Braetel (Pratelius), Arnold von Bruck, Cornelius Canis, Joannes Courtois, Ghiselin Danckerts, Dietrich, Benedictus Ducis, Heinrich Finck, M. Gascongne, J. Heugel, Jacotin, M. Jan, Josquin Després, J. Lupus, Morales, Mouton, Nicolaus Payen, Pieton, Senfl, V. Schnellinger, T. Susato, H. de Turchan, Pierre de Villiers, Philippe van Wilder, Adrian Willaert, L. Zinnsmaister

 

5 / 6 Liber secundus ecclesiasticarum cantionum quatuor vocum vulgo moteta vocant, tam ex Veteri quam ex Novo Testamento, ab optimis quibusque hu­ius aetatis musicis compositarum
Antwerpen, 1553
Author: G. Scott
Printer: T. Susato
Deposit: AbK (KRa), Kroměříž, A 40, A 33, A 47, A 55 – S, T, CT, B, 1553/9
Composers: Cornelius Canis, Jacobus Clemens non Papa, Comes, Thomas Crecquillon, Benedictus Ducis, Hellinck, P. J. de Lattre, Pierre de Manchicourt, Martin Peu d’Argent, Pieton, Joannes Schelvius, Carolus Souliart, Vaet, Adrian Willaert

 

 

 

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