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D-Dl:
Mus. 2820-E-3
Composer:
VILLICUS
Uniform Composer:
VILLICUS; VILICUS, Bathasar Antel (d 1731. Violinist in the Pohlnische Capell-Musici)
Title (Catalogo):
Sub tuum praesidium
Location (1765):
Schranck III; Fach 4; Lage 6
III
Int 
V
4
6
 
III/V/4/6
Scoring (1765):
‘a 4. voci con stromenti’
Materials (1765):
Parti
Incipit:
Incipit for D-DI: Mus. 2820-E-3
Title:
Sub tuum praesidiu[m]
Thematic Index:
Uniform Title:
Antiphons
Date:
c1730 [Landmann]
RISM ID no.:
212007304
Former owner:
Jan Dismas Zelenka. Unlisted in the Inventarium
Remarks:
Set of 22 (8 vocal; 14 instrumental) parts. Blue-grey wrapper.
Cover title (hand of Zelenka): B (upper left); Nr. 3 (upper right) | Sub tuum praesidiu[m] | à 4 | C. A. T. B. | Violin 2 | Obo[e] 2 ad libitu[m] | Viola | e | Basso Contin. | S: V:.
Lower right corner in small letters: J D Z.
These parts seem to represent two layers of performance materials: one for the Kapellknaben, the other for members of the Dresden Hofkapelle led by Pisendel.
On Villicus, see the listing: III/V/4/4.
Parts: Set 1 (pp 20–29): Canto (21); Alto (23); Tenor (25); Basso (27); Viola (29).
NB: These parts have another setting of Sub tuum (c minor) written on the reverse. Parts are for Canto; Alto; Tenor; Basso; Organo où Violoncello. On the reverse of the part for ‘Organo ou Violoncello’ is the viola part for the second setting. NB: These parts are for the Sub tuum praesidium setting attributed to Augustin Uhlig. See III/U/3/2 (Mus. 2877-E-3).
Set 2 (pp 1 [cover]–19): Canto; Alto; Tenore; Basso; Violino Pmo ‘M. P.’; Violino Pmo (incorrect phrasing in bar 3 is corrected); Violino Pmo; Violino IIo; Violino IIo; Violino IIo; Violone Ripieno; Tiorba (figured); Organo (ou?) Violoncello (erased). (figured); Oboe Pmo; Oboe 2do; Fagotto Rip; Fagotto Ripieno.
Copyist not known.
NB: The Violino I parts have pencilled corrections, including added accidentals, and corrections to pitch notation.
In the later ‘Catalogo della Musica di Chiesa ...’ (c1784) parts only are listed for the antiphon Sub tuum praesidium by Villicus (III/V/6/15). The scoring is given as: ‘à 4 voci co’ VVni. Viola, Ob: concert.o ed Org.’
Incipit given in Zelenka-Dokumentation, 66, Nr. 221c.
Stamps:
Sächs. Landes-Bibl.
Other:
Eitner:
V. 10 (1904), 87: Villicus, . . . Das Archiv der kathol. Kirche in Dresden besitz im Ms: [...] — Ferner ein Sub tuum praesiduum 4 voc. 2 V. Ob. Va Org. [...]
SLB Card Catalogue:
Villicus, [Balthasar] [‘Sub tuum praesidium’, D dur] Sub tuum praesidiu[m] | â 4 | C: A: T: B: | Violin 2 | Oboi 2 ad libitu[m] | Viola | e | Basso Contin. | S[ignor]: V[illicus]: | unter r.: ‘J D Z[elenka]....Vormals: Kath. Hofkirche; Mus. 2879-D-4.
Status:
Twenty-two parts for Sub tuum praesidium by Villicus (Mus. 2820-E-3) held by SLUB.
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