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D-Dl:
Mus. 2820-E-2; Mus. 2820-E-2a
Composer:
VILLICUS
Uniform Composer:
VILLICUS; VILICUS, Bathasar Antel (d December 1731)
Title (Catalogo):
[2 Salve Regina]: No 2
Location (1765):
Schranck III; Fach 4; Lage 5
III
Int 
V
4
5
 
III/V/4/5
Scoring (1765):
‘a Soprano solo con Violino ed Flauto conc.’
Materials (1765):
Partitura; Parti
Incipit:
Incipit for D-DI: Mus. 2820-E-2; Mus. 2820-E-2a
Title:
Salve â Soprano Solo
Thematic Index:
Uniform Title:
Antiphons
Date:
c1730 [Landmann]
RISM ID no.:
212007305
Former owner:
Jan Dismas Zelenka. Not listed in the Inventarium
Remarks:
Mus. 2820-E-2. Autogr. [?] score. Blue-grey wrapper.
Cover title (hand of Zelenka): 10 (upper left) No: 2 (upper right: not Zelenka) | Salve â Soprano Solo | Violino| Traversa | e | Basso Continuo. | di | S: V:.
Title page (hand of ZS 2): Salve | a Flute | Violino | Canto | con Basse.
Much of the text is missing from this copy, which has only a few marks from Zelenka, and these are mainly of tempo/affect (p. 7: Allegro; p. 11: Adagio).
At the conclusion of the score is written ‘S. D. G.’
NB: Eitner’s reversed the order of these two Salve Regina settings by Villicus.
Mus. 2820-E-2a. Set of five parts kept in blue-grey wrapper.
Cover label which corresponds to the entry in the Catalogo, vol. III (c1784): Schranck No III. | Lit: V. 6. Fach 14. Lage | No: 2.) Salve Regina | à | Sopranos Sol con VVno | e Flauto concertato| Partitura e parti | del Sigr Villicus | Incipit.
Parts: Canto Solo; Tiorba; Violino; Fleute Travers.; Violoncello. The violoncello part originally was for ‘Organo’, which has been erased, over which Zelenka wrote: ‘Sempre Pianissimo’.
Johánnes Ágústsson (email dated 22 October 2015) advises that Augustin Uhlig’s hand is seen on these parts: Violino (5–7); Violoncello (9–12); Fleute Travers part (13–15).
On Villicus, see III/V/4/4.
In the later ‘Catalogo della Musica di Chiesa ...’ (c1784) score and parts are listed for the antiphon ‘Salve Regina No. 2’ by Villicus (III/V/6/14). The scoring is given as: ‘à Soprano Solo co’ VVni. e Flauto concert[at]o’
Incipit given in Zelenka-Dokumentation, 66, Nr. 221b. Horn (‘Die wichtigsten Schreiber’, 165) identifies the copyist of the score as ZS 2.
Stamps:
Sächs. Landes-Bibl.
Other:
Eitner:
V. 10 (1904), 87: Villicus, . . . Das Archiv der kathol. Kirche in Dresden besitzt im Ms: 2 Salve regina 1. für Sopr. 2 V. e FI. concertato, 2. für Sopr. 2 V. Va. Ob. concert. Org.
SLB Card Catalogue:
Mus. 2820 -E-2: [Villicus, Balthasar] [‘Salve Regina’. G dur] Für S solo, vl, fl, u. bc/org. – ...Verzeichnet auf S. 15 des themat. Katalogs der Hofkirchers-Musikalien (Schrank III, Autoren S-Z). Vormals: Kath. Hofkirche; Mus. Q 1501.
Mus. 2820 -E-2a: Villicus [Balthasar] [‘Salve Regina’. G dur] Für S solo, vl, fl, u. bc/org, vgl. Mus. 2810 -E-2. Mss ca. 1730. Dresden (Ms vermutl. autogr.) 6 stimmen ...Vormals: Kath. Hofkirche; Mus. 2879-D-3.
Status:
Score copy of Salve Regina Nr. 2 by Villicus (Mus. 2820-E-2) held by SLUB; five parts are held by SLUB (Mus. 2820-E-2a).
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