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D-Dl:
Mus. 2356-D-1
Composer:
SARRI, Dom[eni]co (also attr. to Zelenka. See III/Z/9/2)
Uniform Composer:
SARRO, Domenico [Natale] (b Trani, Apulio 1679—d Naples 1744)
Title (Catalogo):
[Messe]: No 4. Kyrie e Gloria . . . Libro legato
Location (1765):
Schranck III; Fach 1; Lage 4
III
Int 
S
1
4
 
III/S/1/4
Scoring (1765):
‘a 5 voci co’ VVni Vla Basso ’
Materials (1765):
Partitura
Incipit:
Incipit for D-DI: Mus. 2356-D-1
Title:
Messa à 5 voci
Thematic Index:
Uniform Title:
Masses
Date:
RISM ID no.:
Former owner:
Jan Dismas Zelenka. Inventarium 9/40. ‘D# Messa [intende] Adjutoriu[m] nostru[m] in nomine Domini’ ‘P’.
Remarks:
Mus. 2356-D-1 is a bound Italian score copy (from the royal collection?). Perhaps Zelenka’s copy acquired c1730–32 was based upon another source. (NB: Margin note ‘P’).
Cover label [upper left; 19th c.]: Sarri | Messa | à 5 voci, con Viol., | Tromba e Ob. | Part. | ms.
Title page: Messa à Cinque Voci Con Violini Tromba, e | oboè | Del Sigr. Domenico Sarri.
Conclusion of score: ‘Laus Deo’.
Final page, lower right corner: ‘35 file[tto]’, reference to the gold decorations pressed onto the spine of the binding.
This score of Sarro’s Kyrie e Gloria in D major (D-Dl, Mus. 2356-D-1) is in the hand of copyist ‘Naples A’, who also copied Sarro’s intermezzo Burlotto e Brunetta (D-Dl, Mus. 2356-F-1), and Pergolesi’s Domine ad adiuvandum (D-Dl, Mus. 3005-D-22) and Dixit Dominus (D–Dl, Mus. 3005-D-20).
‘[...] the Kyrie e Gloria in D by Sarro reached Dresden twice. The first time, it entered Zelenka’s personal collection between 1730 and 1732 (D Dl, Mus. 2358-D-42: See Horn, Hkm, 152); the second time, it arrived in Dresden between 1738 and 1740 as a Neapolitan score which Zelenka carefully checked against his own copy, detecting and correcting a mistake by its copyist (a homoteleuton, D Dl, Mus. 2356-D-1, pp. 128–130)’. Bacciagaluppi & Stockigt, ‘Manuscripts of Sacred Music in Dresden’, 156.
Sarri’s setting of ‘Gratias agimus tibi’ in Gloria of this mass seems to have provided Zelenka with the model for his own setting of that same text in Missa votiva (ZWV 18). See III/Z/9/4. Discussed by Stockigt in ‘The Missa votiva’, 46–7.
Stamps:
None
Other:
Eitner:
V. 8 (1903), 426–7: Sarro (Sarri), Domenico [...] In Dresde. kath. Kirche , Mss. [...] P. u. Stb.: 3 Kyrie et Gloria 4 et 5 voc. c. instrum.
SLB Card Catalogue:
Sarri, Domenico: Messa [Kyrie e Gloria] à 5 voci con Viol., Trombe e eb. Part. qu.-4to Mus.-Mscr.
Status:
Score of a Kyrie and Gloria in D by Domenico Sarro (Mus. 2356-D-1: royal collection) held by SLUB.
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