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Mus. 3613-D-2
Uniform Composer:
NOVÁK, Jan František (b 1706–d 1771)
Title (Catalogo):
[Psalmi] Laudate pueri et Laudate Dominum
Location (1765):
Schranck II; Fach 6; Lage 10
Scoring (1765):
‘a 3 voci: Sopr. Contr. e Bass’; ‘a 4 voci con stromenti’
Materials (1765):
Incipit for D-DI: Mus. 3613-D-2
Laudate pueri Dominu[m] et Laudate Dominu[m] o’es gentes
Thematic Index:
Uniform Title:
Psalms (ps. 112; ps. 116)
RISM ID no.:
Former owner:
Jan Dismas Zelenka. Inventarium 35/3,1–2. ‘P.’; Psalmi varii: Laudate pueri No 8; Laudate D[o]m[inum] No 5
Score copies. Blue-grey wrapper. On the identification of this composer see the entry under Noack: II/N/6/6.
Cover title (hand of Zelenka): e F. (upper left): 3# (right) | Laudate pueri Dominu[m] | à 3 C: A: B: | et Laudate Dominu(m) o’es | gentes à 4 C: A: T: B: | Violin 2 | Viola | e | Basso Cont: | del S. Novari.
Two labels corresponding to the Hofkirche catalogues of 1765 (damaged) and c1784 are kept with the score. The earlier fragment reads: Schranck No: II. | N. 6. Fach 10. Lage | Laudate pueri | à 3 voci | C. A. e B. | Laudate Domin[um] | a 4 voci | co’ VVni Viola e B[asso]| Partitura sola| del Sigr Nov[ari]. Two incipits.
The second label must correspond with the entry in the missing Catalogo (c1784): Schranck No. II. | Lit: N. 4. Fach 11. Lage | 1) Laudate pueri | à 3 voci | S. A. e B |et | 2) Laudate Dominum | à 4 voci | co’ VVni Viola ed Org. | Partitura sola | del Sigr Novari. Incipit (as above, except the time signature and barring of Laudate Dominum have changed; the original alla breve setting has been altered to Common time: C).
Incipits in Zekenka-Dokumentation, 58, Nr. 134/135.
See Stockigt, ‘The Vespers Psalms of Jan Dismas Zelenka’, App. 2, No. 3.
Concordance: These incipits for Laudate pueri and Laudate Dominum correspond with those given by Štefan from Jan František Novák’s ‘Vesperae solennes’ ([968] Sign. 929), Metropolitan cathedral of Prague. NB: Zelenka’s Inventarium note: ‘P’.
Sächs. Landesbibliothek. Depositum der Kath. Hofkirche
V. 7 (1902), 215: Novari [...] Im Archiv der Dresdner Hofkirche befinden sich in P. u. Stb. im Ms. 5 [sic] geistl. lat. Gesge. für Chor und Instrumente.
SLB Card Catalogue:
[After Dr. O. Landmann]: Novari [Psalmen. Nr.112.116. 3b-4V, Instr.][Umschlag, No2:] |#| Laudate pueri Dominu[m]. à 3. C:A:B|et|#|Laudate Dominu[m] o[mn]es gentes à 4. C:A:T:B: |Violin2. |Viola|e|Basso Conti: |del S: Novari]1. Psalm 112: ‘Laudate pueri’ = # 6/8 (o. Tempobez.);2. Psalm 116: ‘Laudate Dominum’ = F, c (o. Tempobez.).Mss. 1.H. 18.Jh. (wie 3613-D-1)Partitur = 1 Heft: Umschlagdoppelbl. + 18S. (=20S.+1Bl.) qu8v (20x33cm).The numerous corrections in Zelenka’s hand have to be seen as compositional interventions. Also in his hand are the information ‘4ro3’on the title (top right) and a sub-title for No. 2 on page 16. Only the title label (2nd half 18th century) is extant of the chapel archive envelope. Formerly: Catholic court church.
One score containing settings of Laudate pueri and Laudate Dominum by Jan František Novák (Mus. 3613-D-2) held by SLUB.
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