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D-Dl:
Mus. 2156-E-1
Composer:
ARIOSTI, Attilio
Uniform Composer:
ARIOSTI, Attilio (Malachia [Clemente]) [Frate Ottavio] (b Bologna 1666–d London 1729)
Title (Catalogo):
Cantata de V. Sacram[en]to : O quam suavis
Location (1765):
Schranck I; Fach 1; Lage 7
I
Int 
A
1
7
 
I/A/1/7
Scoring (1765):
‘Tenore Solo, co’ VVni Vla e Basso’
Materials (1765):
Partitura; Parti
Incipit:
Incipit for D-DI: Mus.  2156-E-1
Title:
Cantata quam suavis
Thematic Index:
Uniform Title:
Motets
Date:
[copied c1726-28]
RISM ID no.:
212006777
Former owner:
Jan Dismas Zelenka. Inventarium 25/2 (‘Cantate’). Struck out and re-entered 61/2 (‘Mottetti’)
Remarks:
Bound score copy copied by Zelenka between early 1726 and late 1728/early 1729. Parts missing from Dresden.
Label on cover: Ariosti, Attilio | Cant[ate] Ten Solo | O quam suavis (pencil). Reverse: A 11 (pencil).
Title page on wrapper (hand of Zelenka): No 2 | Cantata | quam suavis | Tenore solo | Viol 2 | Oboe 2 | Viola | Basso Contin. | Attilio Ariosti.
This setting comprises an accompanied recitative and da capo aria. Horn (Hkm, 129), suggests this work is a parody of a secular cantata.
Eitner’s entry (1900) suggests that two copies were held: one in the Catholic court church (score and parts); one score in the royal collection (the example in Zelenka’s hand: D-Dl, Mus. 2156-E-1).
Incipit given in Zelenka-Dokumentation, 48, Nr. 29.
Stamps:
Other:
A 11
Eitner:
V. I (1900), 192–3: Ariosti, Attilio [...] Ms. Dresd. (Kathol. K.) O quam suavis, Cantata a Ten. solo c. 2 V. Va. Ob. ed org. P. u. Stb. [...] Mss. Dresd. Mus. B 101 a S. 5. 54. 141. Cantata ‘O quam suavis’ a Ten. solo c. strom. von Zelenka’s Hd. Ms. A 11, 3 Bll. fol. P.
SLB Card Catalogue:
Ariosti, Attilio: Cantata ‘O quam suavis’ f. Ten. solo [con. strom.] Part. 4to. Orig.-Mus. -Mscr. Zelenkas.
Status:
Score copy and parts of O quam suavis by Attilio Ariosti (Zelenka’s hand : Mus. 2156-E-1) held by SLUB; parts listed in the Catalogo (1765) are missing from Dresden and were not catalogued by SLB.
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