Keeping abreast of sources

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cjshawcj
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Keeping abreast of sources

Post by cjshawcj »

I should like to make an edition of Placido Titi's Messa Pulchrae sunt mammae tuae. According to Gaspari it is lacking a tenor part. http://www.printed-sacred-music.org/man ... 0000003061
Does anyone have a clue how I can get my hands on the missing part?, I should prefer to add the piece to the music chest without having to enhance it myself; the aim would be to produce an edition unfettered by too much red tape.
Also, I would welcome suggestions for motets which would make a nice pairing.
Richard Mix
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Re: Keeping abreast of sources

Post by Richard Mix »

Hi there, can we get back to you around the beginning of next April? :D
cjshawcj
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Re: Keeping abreast of sources

Post by cjshawcj »

Frankly, your solution is a bit of a boob, inviting any number of knockers. April 1 certainly isn't what it was before the U.K. adopted the Gregorian calendar in 1752 (or eight minutes to six, give or take eleven days) https://www.historytoday.com/archive/gr ... ed-england
I would be racked with anticipation.
cjshawcj
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Re: Keeping abreast of sources

Post by cjshawcj »

P.S. I am not currently needing the parts of any other masses; so if it ain't bust, don't fax it.
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