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D-Dl:
Mus. 2-E-12
Composer:
ALLEGRI
Uniform Composer:
ALLEGRI, Gregorio (b Rome c1582—d Rome 1652)
Title (Catalogo):
Miserere
Location (1765):
Schranck I; Fach 1; Lage 6
I
Int 
A
1
6
 
I/A/1/6
Scoring (1765):
‘a 4 voci e 2 Cori alternatu[m]’
Materials (1765):
Parti
Incipit:
Incipit for D-DI: Mus. 2-E-12
Title:
Miserere à 2 Cori
Thematic Index:
Uniform Title:
Psalms (ps. 50)
Date:
c1640
RISM ID no.:
212007326
Former owner:
Jan Dismas Zelenka. Inventarium 56 (final two entries under ‘Quadragesimalia’).
Remarks:
Score copies (mainly in Zelenka’s hand) of Miserere settings by Allegri and Palestrina. No parts accompany these scores in SLUB. (But see II/P/8/8).
Cover (red pencil. F. A. Schubert?): Miserere di Palestrino Originale | un Pezzo raro.
Title page (hand of Zelenka): Miserere à 2 Cori | Si canta alternativa= | =mente. | Originale.
Caption title (pp. 2–3): Miserere à 2 Cori (Allegri).
Caption title (p. 5): Secundus Chorus (Palestrina).
Caption title (p. 6): Miserere del S: Allegri.
Caption title (p. 7): Miserere a 2 Chori del Palestrino (not in Zelenka’s hand). No. 2da (Zelenka). | Primus Chorus.
At the conclusion of the score: Secundus Chorus seq: | alternative Sempre.
Horn (Hkm, 107–08) points out that this is an incomplete source of Allegri’s legendary setting of c1640, composed for the exclusive use of the Sistine chapel. Zelenka’s source contains the four-part model only, originally designed for verses 3, 7, 11, 15, and 19 of his setting of ps. 50.
Stamps:
Sächs. Landesbibliothek. Depositum der Kath. Hofkirche
Other:
Ms. A 6 und 6a (Eitner)
Eitner:
V. I (1900), 113: Allegri, Gregorio [...] In Dresd. Musikal. Ms. A 6 und 6a zu 4 und 5 Stim. letzteres mit den Verzierungen. In Dresd. zu 9 Stim.
SLB Card Catalogue:
Status:
Zelenka’s score copy of Miserere by Allegri (Mus. 2-E-12) held by SLUB; the parts listed in the Catalogo (1765) are missing from Dresden and were not catalogued by SLB.
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