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D-Dl:
Mus. 2389-E-1
Composer:
VIVALDI, Ant[oni]o
Uniform Composer:
VIVALDI, Antonio (b Venice 1678–d Vienna 1741)
Title (Catalogo):
2 Motetti: No 1 In sum medio [Sum in medio tempestatum]
Location (1765):
Schranck III; Fach 4; Lage 9
III
Int 
V
4
9
 
III/V/4/9
Scoring (1765):
‘a Sopr. solo con stromti’
Materials (1765):
Partitura; Parti
Incipit:
Incipit for D-DI: Mus. 2389-E-1
Title:
[Sum in medio tempestatum]
Thematic Index:
RV 632
Uniform Title:
Motets
Date:
RISM ID no.:
212000235
Former owner:
Jan Dismas Zelenka. Inventarium 62/15
Remarks:
Faded score (part autogr.) without cover. Tre lunae watermark. Parts are missing.
Caption title (faded): Motetto à Canto Solo con Istromti Del Vivaldi.
This early example has the same provenance as Mus. 2389-E-2 (see III/V/4/10). Wolfgang Horn (Hkm, 145) notes that because of his good relationship with both Vivaldi and Zelenka, Pisendel might have been the go-between in this acquisition.
Vivaldi’s three sacred settings for solo soprano held in SLUB are discussed by Michael Talbot in The Sacred Vocal Music of Antonio Vivaldi. On RV 632, see (especially) 298–9. See also Ágústsson ‘The Secular Vocal Collection of Jan Dismas Zelenka’, 38–9.
Concordance:
CZ-Pak, 1364. Štefan, ([1414] Sign. 1364), prov. Sehling. RISM ID no. 550268609
In the later ‘Catalogo della Musica di Chiesa ...’ (c1784) score and parts are listed for the Motetto No. 1 ‘Sum in medio’ by Vivaldi (III/V/6/18). Scoring: ‘à Sopr. Solo co’ VV.ni V.la ed Org.’
Stamps:
Sächs. Landesbibliothek. Depositum der Kath. Hofkirche.
Other:
Eitner:
V. 10 (1904), 113: Vivaldi, Abate Antonio [...] Mss. in kathol. Kirche in Dresden: Sum in medio, Sop. c. 2 V. Va. Org. P. u. Stb. wie die folgenden: In turbato [sic] mare, ebenso. [...]
SLB Card Catalogue:
Vivaldi, Antonio: Motetto: ‘Sum in medio’. à Canto Solo con [RV 632] Strom.ti. F-dur C Part. u. St. 1 H. mit 8 St. quer-8vo u. 4to. Mus.-Mscr. Kath. Hofkirche Stimmen stehen gesondert et RV: Teil-Autogr.
Status:
Part-autogr. score of the solo motet In sum medio by Vivaldi (Sum in medio tempestum; Mus. 2389-E-1) held by SLUB; 8 parts missing from Dresden.
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