O, mater Dei, Memento mei. Ave vera virginitas Swell the mighty flood You are commenting using your Facebook account. You are not connected, choose one of two options to submit your comment: Learn more and set cookies Close. Sor — Six divertissements pour la guitare Opus 2. If you use and like Free-scores. Available translations, adaptations, and transliterations if applicable: Complete sheet music 2 pages — Be the first to write down a virhinitas.
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Unsurprisingly, there are a few surprises on the way I have a delightfully readable facsimile to play with. There are a few slight differences! More to sing! Surprising, but exciting. The soprano line is what I expect apart from the extra bits. On examination: tenor and soprano are still in canon, but the off-set is one note, not three "A-Ave" not "Ave Ve-Ave ve". There are lots of 16th copies of this song including versions that add extra voices so it could be that the version I know simply comes from a different source.
Equally possible, it could be a modern arrangement. It could even be a blend of the two. Until then: I have a new version to learn! Landscape quarto-in-eights. That means I write with authority, having consulted Wikipedia that the pages are very roughly A4 landscape give or take an inch or so but a bit squarer.
There are 8 leaves 16 pages, 4 thicknesses of paper in each quire, the pages having been printed as quartos four sheets to a page - 2 on the front side and two on the back.
Getting this into printable format might be a fun project. To print using using modern habits into quires at the original size, in landscape, you need big paper: A2 would work. Unless, of course, I misunderstand how quartos-in-eights work in landscape, and actually the original is half that size; then A3 would do. A4 for A6 landcape finished booklet strains the eyes.
Ave vera virginitas
Composition[ edit ] The opening line shows the lyrical use of imitative counterpoint. It was initially thought to have been copied into the manuscript Munich by Each phrase corresponds to a line of text, cleverly exposed through points of imitation. Structural articulations often resolve on cadences, where voices arrive on perfect intervals. The opening section summarizes the first four lines of text in a simple structure. Clear imitation of each phrase, in the style of litany , dramatically echoes from the highest to lowest voice, almost resembling Gregorian chant. The theme of syntactic imitation is exemplified by each strophe in the poem, comparable and balanced in length with the others.
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