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D-Dl:
Missing
Composer:
BRIXI
Uniform Composer:
BRIXI, Šimon (b Vlkava 1693–d Prague 1735)
Title (Catalogo):
6 Psalmi di Domenica
Location (1765):
Schranck I; Fach 5; Lage 3
I
Int 
B
5
3
 
I/B/5/3
Scoring (1765):
‘a 4 voci con stromenti’
Materials (1765):
Partitura; Parti
Incipit:
Incipit for D-DI: Missing
Title:
Thematic Index:
Uniform Title:
Psalms
Date:
RISM ID no.:
Former owner:
Jan Dismas Zelenka. Inventarium 37/19,1–2; 37/20,1–2; 37/21,1–2. ‘P’; Psalmi varii: Dixit No 9;Confitebor No 8; Beatus No 2; Laudate pueri No 15; Laudate D’m No 3; Magnificat No 9
Remarks:
Score and parts missing from Dresden. A note jotted by Zelenka at the conclusion of his Inventarium sketches a program for a Marian Vespers, or the feast of a female Saint, Virgin, or Martyr. The settings represent a mixture of composers drawn from Zelenka’s psalm collection. The note reads: ‘19. Dixit Brixi; 20. Laudat[e] pue[ri] Brixi; 12. Laetatus [sum] Foschi; 9. Nisi; à parte 3 Lauda Jerusalem Zelen[ka]; 2 1 10 Mag[nificat] Brixi’. The numbers given by Zelenka are based upon numbers used for psalm listings given in his Inventarium. Therefore, this list was compiled between Zelenka’s Lauda Jerusalem compositions from either 1727 (ZWV 104) and c1728 (ZWV 102), and before the mid-1730s when several psalms from the sequence Vesperae de Confessore were taken over into the ‘Psalmi varii’ (1735?) and re-numbered. This list reveals that Brixi’s settings of Dixit Dominus, Laudate pueri, and Magnificat were in Zelenka’s psalm collection between c1727–8 and the mid-1730s.
NB: Zelenka’s note ‘P’ accompanies each listing in the Inventarium.
See Stockigt, ‘Vespers Psalms of Jan Dismas Zelenka’, App. 2, 626–9.
Stamps:
Other:
Eitner:
V. 2 (1900), 196: Brixi, Simon,Vater des Frz. Xaver. These settings are not listed.
SLB Card Catalogue:
Status:
Score copy and parts of 6 Psalmi di Domenica by Šimon Brixi missing from Dresden. Not listed by Eitner; not catalogued by SLB.
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