16/3 (1552-1561) [12]

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Este libro impresso es de las xx missas. Item otro libro de vnas cubiertas coloradas intitulase de carpentras con que las missas son de differentes auctores son las siguientes: Manchicort, Deus in adjutorium, fo: ii / Claudin, Philomena, fo: xiiii / Gascone, Nigra sum, fo: xxv / Monton, Tua est potentia, fo: xxxviiii / Claudin, Novem lectionum, fo: Lii / Manchicort, Surge illuminare, fo: Lxiii / Claudin, Plurimorum motetorum, fo: Lxxvii / Monton, Allemanje, fo: Lxxxviiii / Lupus, Jam non dicat, fo: Cii / Ricafort, O genitrix, fo: Cxvii / Claudin, Requiem, Cxxviiii / Lehernter, Osculetur, me, fo: Cxxxx / Divitys, Quem dicunt homines, fo: CLiii / Prioris, Requiem, fo: CLxvi / Lupus, Panis quem ego dabo, fo: CLxxvi / Ricafort, Requiem fo: CLxxxxi / Gombert, Quam pulchra, fo: CCiii / Claudin, Domini est terra, fo: CCxxviiii / Heurteur, Impetum, fo: CCxxxvii / Gombert, Da pacem, fo: CCL.
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This printed book can be identified with Pierre Attaignnant's Primus liber viginti missarum (Paris, 1532; RISM: 1532/1-1532/7). Curiously enough, the list with the twenty masses in this description does not include any by Elzéar Genet, known as Carpentras, and thus the inscription "de Capentras" [sic] in the title of the volume indicates that this printed book, at some point, belonged to Carpentras, thus pointing to a Roman provenance of this volume.

The corresponding description of this item in Inventory 2 (1591) does not include the list of works, does not mention "Carpentras" and the covers are of white leather, not red: "Mas ay un libro impresso de papelon cubierto con cuero negro blanco yntitulase de las 20. missas y son de dibersos auctores". See the following link: https://hispanicpolyphony.eu/node/16500.

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Last modified: Emilio Ros-Fábregas - 04 Aug 2020

How to cite

Emilio Ros-Fábregas, "16/3 (1552-1561) [12]", Books of Hispanic Polyphony, ed. E. Ros-Fábregas (accession date: 13 Jun 2021), https://hispanicpolyphony.eu/node/31450