Vocal music with instruments

Credidi, propter quod locutus sum

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This patchwork-style setting of Psalm 115 (in the Vulgate, Psalm 116 in non-Catholic bibles) has an unmistakably modal feel to it. The continuo part is essential to fill out the harmonies to give the piece its full impact.

Edited by Brian Clark.
20pp, printed on quality paper and finished by DU Print.
Scoring: Alto, tenor, bass, 2 violins, continuo

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Dixit Dominus

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This setting comes from the composer's op. 1, the Concerti musicali per uso di chiesa of 1654.

Edited by Brian Clark.
32pp, printed on quality paper and finished by DU Print.
Scoring: SATB, 2 violins, continuo

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Performance material by negotiation.

Domine ad adiuvandum me

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This setting of the opening portion of a Vespers service comes from Legrenzi's 1654 publication, Concerti musicali per uso di chiesa, his op. 1.

Edited by Brian Clark.
12pp, printed on quality paper and finished by DU Print.
Scoring: Soprano solo, 2 violins, continuo.

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Domine ad adiuvandum me

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Edited by Brian Clark.
12pp, printed on quality paper and finished by DU Print.
Scoring: Alto, 2 tenors, 2 violins, continuo.

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Lætatus sum

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Edited by Brian Clark.
24pp, printed on quality paper and finished by DU Print.
Scoring: Alto, tenor, bass, 2 violins, continuo.

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Omnes gentes

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From a set of motets for solo voice, strings and continuo, published in 1692 (after the composer's death) by his nephew.

Edited by Brian Clark.
12pp.
Scoring: Soprano solo, 2 violins, violoncello, continuo.

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Sub citharis

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This motet appeared in the posthumous print of solo motets that Legrenzi's nephew (and heir) had printed in 1692. It sets an unknown text for the feast of the Resurrection and has a typical late 17th-century patchwork structure, alternating arias with declamatory passages.

Edited by Brian Clark.
12pp.
Scoring: Alto solo, 2 violins, violoncello, continuo.

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Laudate, pueri, Dominum

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This is the only surviving piece of church music by Legrenzi to use a solo trumpet. The text is a popular psalm in Vespers services, including the popular Marian sequence.

Edited by Brian Clark.
44pp.
Scoring: SSATB, trumpet, 5-part strings, continuo.

Performance material by negotiation.

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