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Moduli Undecim Festorum, a collection of Latin motets, was first published in Paris in 1554 by Nicolas du Chemin. Including music by Certon, Gardane, Gombert, Goudimel, Maillard and Villefond, it presented an overview of sacred music in the Paris during the reign of Henry II. The collection covered the eleven major festivals of the church year, Victimae paschali laudes being intended for Easter Sunday.
Players may feel free to disagree with the suggested accidentals above notes (ficta).
Parts are provided for alternative instruments. Voices I and II can be played on treble or tenor viols. Voice III is for tenor viol. Voice IV can be played on tenor or bass. Voice V is for bass viol.
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