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  • ISBN-13: 9780131931138
  • Publisher: Prentice Hall
  • Publication date: 3/1/2005
  • Format: Spiral Bound
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 320
  • Product dimensions: 11.10 (w) x 8.56 (h) x 0.45 (d)

Table of Contents

Part One Antiquity and Medieval 1

1 Epitaph of Seikilos (1st century C.E.)   1

2 Plainchant Mass for Easter Sunday 1

  a) Introit (Propers) 1

  b) Kyrie (Ordinary)  2

  c) Gloria (Ordinary) 2

  d) Collect (Propers) 3

  e) Epistle (Propers) 3

  f) Gradual (Propers) 4

  g) Alleluia (Propers) 4

  h) Sequence (Propers) 5

  i) Gospel (Propers)  6

  j) Credo (Ordinary)  7

  k) Offertory (Propers)   8

  l) Preface (Ordinary) 9

  m) Sanctus (Ordinary) 10

  n) Pater noster (Ordinary) 10

  o) Agnus Dei (Ordinary) 11

  p) Communion (Propers)   11

  q) Post-Communion (Ordinary) 11

  r) Ite, missa est (Ordinary) 11

3 Plainchant Vespers on Trinity Sunday 12

  a) Antiphon Laus Deo Patri 12

  b) Psalm 112 Laudate Pueri 12

4 Plainchant Hymn Pange lingua gloriosi corporis mysterium

(late 13th century)  13

5 Ordo virtutum (excerpt) (ca. 1150) Hildegard von Bingen

(1098—1179)   14

6 A chantar (early 13th century) Beatriz de Dia (d. ca. 1212) 16

7 Cantigas de Santa Maria, no. 140:A Santa Maria dadas

(ca. 1270—1290) 17

8 Palästinalied, (ca. 1200) Walther von der Vogelweide

(ca. 1170—1230)   18

9 Melismatic organum, Kyrie Cunctipotens genitor deus (Codex Calixtinus, ca. 1120—1130) 19

10   Organum Haec dies (mid- to late 12th century) (ca. 1150)

Léonin (?) (fl. mid- to late 12th century)   20

11   Clausula In saeculum (second half of 12th century)   22

12   Motet Lonc tens ai mon cuer/ In seculum

(early 13th century) 22

13   Motet Huic main / Hec dies (early 13th century) 23

14   Motet A Paris / On parole / Frese nouvele

(late 13th century)  24

15   Conductus Flos ut rosa floruit (second half of 13th century) 26

16   Garrit Gallus / In nova fert / Neuma from the

Roman de Fauvel, (ca. 1315) Philippe de Vitry (?)

(1291—1361)   27

17   Messe de Nostre Dame: Kyrie (ca. 1360)

Guillaume de Machaut (ca. 1300—1377) 31

18   Je puis trop bien ma dame comparer, (ca. 1350?)

Guillaume de Machaut 34

19   Douce dame jolie (ca. 1330—1350?) Guillaume de Machaut 35

20   Ma fin est mon commencement (ca. 1350—1360?)

Guillaume de Machaut 36

21   Tout par compas (early 15th century) Baude Cordier

(fl. early 15th century)   38

22   Ecco la primavera (second half of 14th century)

Francesco Landini (ca. 1325—1397)    40

23   Non al suo amante (ca. 1340—1360) Jacopo da Bologna

(fl. 1340—1360)   41

24   A poste messe (ca. 1350—1372) Lorenzo da Firenze

(d. 1372 or 1373)    43

25   Doctorum principem / Melodia suavissima / Vir mitis

(ca. 1410) Johannes Ciconia (ca. 1370—1412) 45

26   Sumer is icumen in (ca. 1250) Anonymous    48

27   Edi be thu, heven-queene (late 13th century) Anonymous 49

28   La quinte estampie real (second half of 13th century)

Anonymous 50

Part Two The Renaissance   52

29   Quam pulchra es (ca. 1410—1430) John Dunstable (ca. 1390—1453) 52

30   Flos florum (ca. 1425—1430) Guillaume Du Fay (1397—1474)   54

31   Conditor alme siderum (ca. 1430?) Guillaume Du Fay   55

32   Nuper rosarum flores (1436) Guillaume Du Fay    57

33   Ave Maria . . . virgo serena (ca. 1475—1485?) Josquin des Prez

(ca. 1450—1521)   62

34   Se la face ay pale (ca. 1435) Guillaume Du Fay 66

35   Missa Se la face ay pale: Gloria (ca. 1450) Guillaume Du Fay    68

36   Missa prolationum: Kyrie I (last quarter of 15th century)

Johannes Ockeghem (ca. 1420—1496)    73

37   Fortuna desperata (ca. 1473—1478) Antoine Busnois (?)

(ca. 1430—1492) 74

38   Missa Fortuna desperata: Kyrie and Agnus Dei (ca. 1500?)

Josquin des Prez   75

39   Missa Pange lingua: Kyrie (ca. 1513—1521) Josquin des Prez 79

40   Absalon, fili mi (ca. 1510?) Josquin des Prez (?) or Pierre de la Rue (?)

(ca. 1452—1518) 81

41   Adieu ces bons vins de Lannoys (ca. 1425—ca. 1450)

Guillaume Du Fay   84

42   De tous biens plaine (ca. 1470) Hayne van Ghizeghem

(ca. 1445—1485) 85

43   Hélas, que pourra devenir (late 1480s) Heinrich Isaac

(ca. 1450—1517) 87

44   Hor venduto ho la speranza (ca. 1500—1504) Marchetto Cara

(ca. 1470—1525) 89

45   El grillo (ca. 1500—1505) Josquin des Prez (?)  91

46   Tant que vivray (ca. 1520—1528) Claudin de Sermisy

(ca. 1490—1562)   92

47   Il bianco e dolce cigno (ca. 1535—1539) Jacob Arcadelt

(ca. 1505—1568) 94

48   Da le belle contrade d’oriente (1566) Cipriano de Rore

(1516—1565)   95

49   Morir non può il mio cuore (1566) Maddalena Casulana

(ca. 1544—after 1583) 100

50   Solo e pensoso (ca. 1595—1599) Luca Marenzio

(1553 or 1554—1599)  102

51   T’amo mia vita (ca. 1590?) Luzzasco Luzzaschi (1545—1607)  109

52   Matona mia cara (ca. 1575—1581) Orlande de Lassus

(1530 or 1532—1594)  111

53   Zwischen Berg und tiefem Tal (ca. 1530—1534) Ludwig Senfl

(ca. 1486—1542 or 1543) 114

54   Silberweise (1513) Hans Sachs (1494—1576)  116

55   Al amor quiero vencer (1536) Luis Milán (ca. 1500—after 1561)   117

56   Now Is the Month of Maying (ca. 1595) Thomas Morley

(1557—1602)   119

57   Come, Heavy Sleep (ca. 1590—1597) John Dowland (1563—1626) 120

58   Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott (1551) Johann Walter (1496—1570)  122

59   Verily, Verily I Say Unto You (ca. 1580?) Thomas Tallis (1505—1585)  123

60   Sing Joyfully Unto God (ca. 1590—1623) William Byrd (1540—1623) 125

61   Missa Papae Marcelli: Credo (ca. 1565—1567) Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina (1525 or 1526—1594)  130

62   Diferencias sobre el canto de la Dama le demanda

(ca. 1540—1566?) Antonio de Cabezón (1510—1566) 136

63   Ricercar (ca. 1507) Francesco Spinacino (fl. early 16th century)   137

64   Ricercar del duodecimo tuono (ca. 1589) Andrea Gabrieli

(1532 or 1533—1585)  138

65   La morisque (ca. 1551) Tielman Susato (ca. 1500—ca. 1561)  141

66   Dances from Terpsichore (ca. 1595—1621) Michael Praetorius

(1571—1621)   142

67   Prophetiae Sibyllarum: Prologue (ca. 1550—1552)

Orlande de Lassus    143

68   Cum essem parvulus (ca. 1579) Orlande de Lassus 144

 

Part Three The Baroque Era 147

69   Dunque fra torbid’ onde from Il Canto d’Arione (1589)

Giacopo Peri (1561—1633)   147

70   Sfogava con le stelle (1602) Giulio Caccini (1545—1618) 152

71   Al fonte, al prato (1609) Giacopo Peri (1561—1633)   154

72   Cruda Amarilli (ca. 1598—1605) Claudio Monteverdi (1567—1643)   155

73   T’amo mia vitai (ca. 1598—1605) Monteverdi 158

74   Zefiro torna e di soavi accenti (ca. 1630) Monteverdi 161

75   Lasciatemi qui solo (1618) Francesca Caccini (1587—ca. 1640) 167

76   Tradimento! (1659) Barbara Strozzi (1619—1677)  170

77   Enfin la beauté que j’adore (1624) Etienne Moulinié

(ca. 1600—after 1669) 172

78   Orfeo, Act II, excerpt (1607) Monteverdi   173

79   L’incoronazione di Poppea, Act I, Scenes 2 and 3 Monteverdi   184

80   Singet dem Herren ein neues Lied, SWV 342 (1647)

Heinrich Schütz (1585—1672)   192

81   Saul, was verfolgst du mich? SWV 415 (1650) Schütz   198

82   Armide, Overture and Act II, Scene 5 (1686) Jean-Baptiste Lully

(1632—1687)   204

83   Giulio Cesare, Act I, Scenes 5—7 (1724) George Frideric Handel

(1685—1759)   209

84   Dido and Aeneas, Act I (excerpt) (1689) Henry Purcell (1659—1695) 216

85   The Beggar’s Opera (excerpts) (1728) John Gay (1685—1732) and

Johann Christoph Pepusch (1667—1752) 224

86   Jephte (excerpt) (ca. 1645—1649) Giacomo Carissimi (1605—1674)  225

87   Zadok the Priest (1727) Handel 231

88   Jesu, der du meine Seele, BWV 78 (excerpts)

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685—1750) 244

89   Concerto grosso in F Major, Op. 6, No. 2 (ca. 1685?)

Arcangelo Corelli (1653—1713)   259

90   Concerto in A minor, Op. 3, No. 8, first movement (1711)

Antonio Vivaldi (1678—1741)   268

91   Pièces de clavecin (1707): Courante and Gigue (1707)

Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre (1665—1729) 280

92   Les élémens: first movement (“Le cahos”) (1737)

Jean-Féry Rebel (1661—1747)   284

93   Toccata IX from Il Secondo Libro di Toccate (1627)

Girolamo Frescobaldi (1583—1643)   293

94   Praeludium in G minor, BuxWV 149 (ca. 1675—1689)

Dietrich Buxtehude (1637—1707)  296

95   The Well-Tempered Clavier, Book I (excerpts) (1722)

J. S. Bach 300

96   Chorale prelude on the Magnificat peregrini toni

(late 17th century) Johann Pachelbel (1652—1706)   304

97   Chorale prelude on Meine Seele erhebt den Herren‚

BWV 648 (1748) J. S. Bach  305

98   Aria mit dreißig Veränderungen BWV 988 (“Goldberg”

Variations) (excerpt) (1742) J. S. Bach 306

 

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