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Sig. 4 C, 4 D, 4 F (S,T,5): Palestrina, Motectorum...liber quartus
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16/4 (1593)
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29
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Alfonso de Vicente (1989), p. 46, annotated: "4. GIOVANNI PIERLUIGI DA PALESTRINA. Motectorum quinque vocum. Liber Quartus. Ex Canticus Salomonis. Mediolani, apud Haeredes Francisci & Simonis Tini, 1593. Tres libros (23x17): Cantus, Tenor, Quintus". He also added the titles of the 29 pieces (numbered 68-96 in his catalogue).

This incomplete set in Ávila is not listed in RISM; for a description of the edition, though, see http://www.printed-sacred-music.org/manuscripts/00000000002487

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Motettorum quinque vocibus liber quartus...ex canticis Salomonis

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16/4 (1597)
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Missarum quatuor vocibus liber primus

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16/4 (1594)
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Psalmodia vespertina in dialogo octonis vocibus, alternatis choris decantanda

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16/4 (1594)
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Psalmodia vespertina in dialogo octonis vocibus, alternatis choris decantanda

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CEDOC 12-III-22 (2)
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16/4 (1597)
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See Printed Sacred Music: http://www.printed-sacred-music.org/manuscripts/00000000003205

A bound, printed volume containing five publications:  

12-III-22 (1): Nicasii Çorita, Liber primus motectorum ("Quinta vox" only). Barcelona: Hubert Gotard, 1584.

12-III-22 (2): Orfeo Vecchi,  Motetti...a cinque voci, libro primo ("Qvinto" only). Milan: Erede di Francesco e Simon Tini, 1597.

12-III-22 (3): Sebastián Raval, Motectorum quinque vocum...liber primus ("Qvintus" partbook). Roma: Francesco Coattino, 1593.

12-III-22 (4): Giammateo Asola, Vespertina maiorum solemnitatum psalmodia senis vocibus...("Qvintus" only). Venice: Erede di Girolamo Scotto, 1581.

12-III-22 (5): Various authors, a collection of madrigals without title page ("Qvinto" only). The table of contents ("I RINOVATI / TAVOLA DE GLI AVTTORI") on fol. 34v mentions the following composers:

Luca Marenzio 2                                  Ruggiero Giovanelli 20
Costanzo Porta 5                                 Bartolomeo Roy 21
Giovan Battista Lucatelli 6                    Horatio Vecchi 22
Giovan de Macque 7                             Ascanio Trombetti 23
Filippo di Monte 8                                Hippolito Fiorino 24
Leonardo Meldert 9                              Paolo Virchi 25
Lelio Bertani 10                                   Alessandro Milleuille 26
Antonio Orlandini 11                            Gio. Battista Moscaglia 27
Gio. Maria Nanino 12                           Paolo Isnardi 28
Giaches d'Wert 13                              Iacopo Corsini 29
Annibal Stabile 14                               Giovan Cavaccio 30
Francesco Rovigo 15                           Leandro Mira 31
Luzzasco Luzzaschi 16                       Paolo Bellasio 32
Spirto da Reggio 17                             Andrea Ruotta 33
Francesco Soriano 18                          Filippo Nicoletti 34
Nicolò Peruve 19  

 

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Motetti...a cinque voci, libro primo

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36-1/845
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16/4 (1595)
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López-Calo, José. La música en la Catedral de Valladolid, 8 vols. Valladolid: Ayuntamiento de Valladolid y Caja España, 2007, vol. 1, Catálogo del Archivo de Música (I). Volúmenes encuadernados, p. 231: "Sólo se conservan el altus y el bassus del primer coro."

For a general description of this Varotto's edition see RISM: http://www.printed-sacred-music.org/manuscripts/00000000003189

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Liber primus missarum octonis vocibus, quibus una adiuncta est duodecim vocibus decantanda

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36-2/-
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16/4 (1595)
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For a general description of this Varotto's edition see RISM: http://www.printed-sacred-music.org/manuscripts/00000000003189

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Liber primus missarum octonis vocibus, quibus una adiuncta est duodecim vocibus decantanda
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Emilio Ros-Fábregas, "eredi di Francesco e Simon Tini", Books of Hispanic Polyphony, ed. E. Ros-Fábregas (accession date: 06 Mar 2021), https://hispanicpolyphony.eu/person/25733