7 penitential Psalms with 2 laudate Psalms

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University of Delaware Press, 1983 - Choruses, Sacred (Mixed voices), Unaccompanied - 291 pages
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Although his setting of the Seven Penitential Psalms is one of the most renowned works of the great sixteenth-century composer Orlando di Lasso, it has not been readily available in modern notation. This edition, designed for performance and study, remedies this, It also includes an eighth psalm, which has been omitted from previous editions. This composition is a ready source of examples of homophony and colorful counter-point in sixteenth-century music.

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Domine ne in furore tuo arguas me miserere
Beati quorum remissae sunt iniquitates
Domine ne in furore tuo quoniam
Miserere mei Deus secundum magnam
et clamor
De profundis clamavi ad te Domine
auribus percipe
la˙date eum in excelsis

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Page 8 - Declaratio Psalmorum poenitentialium et duorum Psalmorum La˙date compositionis excellentissimi musici Orlandi de Lassus.
Page 7 - O. di Lasso, Psalmi Davidis poenitentiales . . . Psalmus La˙date Dominum . . . Monachii, A. Berg, 1584.

About the author (1983)

Charlotte Smith is Curator of The Darnell Collection. She was born in Hong Kong to an English mother and an American father. She grew up with her brother and sister on the east coast of America and graduated with a degree in Art History from Hollins College in Virginia. Charlotte has worked for art dealers, ran her own business manufacturing decorative lampshades and was the proprietor of a French country antiques shop. Her interests include horse riding, interior decorating, writing and gardening. She has lived and worked in America, England, France and and now resides in Australia, in the Blue Mountains with her daughter.

Charlotte's fascination with fashion began with a special vintage dress at the age of three. Since inheriting her godmother's vast vintage clothing collection, her passion for fashion has grown to include the history of fashion and its significant impact on society. Charlotte is involved with exhibitions of her collection around the country, gives lectures and talks, works with fashion and design students and is featured on television and radio.

Grant Cowan has worked as an illustrator on magazines like "Harper's Bazaar", "Glamour" and "Red "magazine. He studied fashion design and lived in London before moving to Australia to teach fashion illustration. Grant is a freelance fashion illustrator and works with fashion schools in Sydney.

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