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This is a transcription of 14 items from Hassler’s 1592 Cantiones Sacrae. The full contents are: 1. Angelus Ad Pastores
2. Cantate Domino
3. Beati Omnes
4. Beatus Vir
5. Domine Deus Meus
6. Diligam Te, Domine
7. Dixit Maria
8. Beata Es Virgo Maria
9. Inter Natos Mulierum
10. Ego Sum Resurrectio
11. Tu Es Petrus
12. Quia Vidisti Me, Thoma
13. Magnificat sul Quinto Tono
14. Magnificat sul Settimo Tono
The instrumentation is flexible, constituting:
Part 1 (Bb), Part 2 (Bb/Eb/F), Part 3 (Bb/Eb/F) and Part 4 (Bb/Eb/C).
The F parts do not use Key signatures and the C part is in Bass clef. All other parts are in transposed treble clef.
This is not intended as an ’edition’, but is merely a transcription for the instruments. There are many uses to which this music can be put, including church services and concerts. Each individual piece is self-contained and they can be used in any order if not in a liturgical setting.
Some movements have been transposed to make them more idiomatic for brass.
For anything not permitted by the above licence then you should contact the publisher first to obtain permission.
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