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D-Dl:
Mus. 1160-E-4.
Composer:
MARENZIO, Luca
Uniform Composer:
MARENZIO, Luca (b Coccaglio nr Brescia 1553|4– d Rome 1599)
Title (Catalogo):
Offertorium: Gabriel Angelis
Location (1765):
Schranck II; Fach 5; Lage 4
II
Int 
M
5
4
 
II/M/5/4
Scoring (1765):
‘a 4 voci a Capella’
Materials (1765):
Partitura
Incipit:
Incipit for D-DI: Mus. 1160-E-4.
Title:
Offertoriu[m] pro Festo Annunciationis B: V: M: Gabriel Angelus
Thematic Index:
Uniform Title:
Offertories
Date:
RISM ID no.:
Former owner:
Jan Dismas Zelenka. Inventarium 23/10
Remarks:
The score (‘Partitura’) listed in the Catalogo (1765) for Gabriel Angelus by Marenzio is missing from Dresden.
A set of 13 parts (mainly Zelenka’s hand) kept in a blue-grey wrapper.
This work is to be found as No. 35 in Lindner’s Continuatio cantionem sacrum (RISM 15882), which, although not listed in this Catalogo, Zelenka must have been able to access. See Horn (Hkm, 104–06).
Cover title (hand of Zelenka): No. 10 (upper left) | Offertoriu[m] pro Festo | Annunciationis | B: V: M: | Gabriel Angelus | a 4 | NB Partitura habet in libro Collecta | neorum (lower left) | di | Luca Marenzio (lower right).
Catalogue label corresponds with the entry in the missing Catalogo (c1784): Schranck No. II. |Lit: M. 3. Fach 14. Lage | Offertorium | Gabriel Angelus | à 4 voci à Capella | Partitura sola | del Sigr Luca Marenzio | Incipit.
Parts: Set of 13 parts for Marenzio’s Gabriel Angelis ‘In festo Annunciationis B:V:M: (left); Offertorio (right). Partly in the hand of Zelenka: the reverse of several parts have the notation of parts for Palestrina’s Domine in auxilium: p. 2: Canto: Gabriel locutus est; p. 3: (Canto): Domine in auxilium meum (reverse); p. 4: Sopra: Gabriel locutus est; p. 5: (Canto): Domine in auxilium meum (reverse); p. 6: Alto: Gabriel locutus est; p. 7: (Alto): Domine in auxilium meum (reverse); p. 8: Contral: Gabriel locutus est; p. 9: Alto I: Domine in auxilium meum (reverse); p. 10: Tenore: Gabriel locutus est; p. 11: (Tenore): Domine in auxilium meum — incomplete (reverse); p. 12: Tenore: Gabriel locutus est; p. 13: (Tenore): Domine in auxilium meum (reverse); p.14: Basso: Gabriel locutus est; p.15: (Basso): Domine in auxilium meum (reverse); p.16: Basso: Gabriel locutus est; p. 17: Violino 1: Domine in auxilium meum; p. 18: Violino 1: Domine in auxilium meum; p. 19: Violino 1: Domine in auxilium meum; p. 20: Violino 2: Domine in auxilium meum; p. 21: Violino 2: Domine in auxilium meum; p. 22: Viola (alto clef): Domine in auxilium meum; p. 23: Viola 2 (tenor clef): Domine in auxilium meum; p. 24: Violonzello: Domine in auxilium meum; p. 25: Violone: Gabriel locutus est; p. 26: (Violone?) Domine in auxilium meum (reverse p. 25); p. 27: Tiorba: Gabriel locutus est; p. 28: Fagotto: Domine in auxilium meum (reverse p. 27); p. 29: Organo: Gabriel locutus est; p. 30: (Organo): Domine in auxilium meum (reverse); p. 31: Hautbois 1: Domine in auxilium meum; p. 32: Hautbois 2: Domine in auxilium meum; p. 33: Basson: Gabriel locutus est; p. 34: (Basson): Domine in auxilium meum (reverse).
Stamps:
Sachs. Landes-bibl.
Other:
Eitner:
V. 6 (1902), 321–6. Marenzio, Luca [...] In Handschriften. [...] Dresd. Mus. Ms. A 431 [...] Gabriel angelus locutus est S. 57. 4 stim. in P. [...] B. Dresden 4 Mot. siehe Kat.
SLB Card Catalogue:
Marenzio, Luca. [Gabriel Angelus locutus est]. Offertorium pro Fest Annunciationis B: V: M: a 4 [voci]. 13 Stimmen. Ms. 18 Jh. S,A,T.B (je 2x), vcl. cb, tiorba, org, fag. 4to. (enth. außerdem v. Palestrina: Offertoria| Domine, in auxilium meum. Siehe gesonderte Titelaufn. Vormals: Hofkirche.
Status:
Thirteen parts for the Offertory Gabriel Angelus by Marenzio (Mus. 1160-E-4) held by SLUB. (The score of this setting by Marenzio is included in Continuatio cantionum sacrarum [...] Friderici Lindneri, Nürnberg 1588, No. 35).
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