Item #39572 "Vidit suum dulcem natum" for mixed chorus with children and bass parts for "Quid tibi feci." First half of the 19th century. LITURGICAL MUSIC - 19th Century - Manuscript.
"Vidit suum dulcem natum" for mixed chorus with children and bass parts for "Quid tibi feci." First half of the 19th century

"Vidit suum dulcem natum" for mixed chorus with children and bass parts for "Quid tibi feci." First half of the 19th century

"Vidit suum dulcem natum"
11ff. of various sizes (the solo part being 237 x 185 mm). Notated in brown ink on 5-7 stave rastrum-ruled paper, including one "Solo" part; four "Dessus" parts; three "2e. Dessu ou hatue contre pour l'Enfant" parts; two "Haute contre pour l'Enfant" parts; and one bass part with text ("[?]In tribulatione mea") in the same meter and key as the other parts.

"Quid tibi feci"
4ff. of various sizes. Notated in black ink on 8-9 stave rastrum-ruled paper, being several copies of the bass part of a choral piece for larger forces.

Some small stains and soiling to a few leaves, but otherwise in very good condition.

Unlocated in RISM.

Two unrecorded early 19th century choral pieces. The carol-like composition "Vidit suum dulcem natum" contains a full solo part and enough of its inner parts to lend itself to a satisfactory reconstruction and performance.

Item #39572

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