Category:9-part choral music
If a work has substantial divisi sections, then it will (or at least should) be categorized in a way that takes into account the number of parts including the divisi parts. Thus, a choral work with soprano, alto, tenor, and bass parts whose soprano and bass parts are extensively divided, should not be voiced as SATB (a subcategory of 4-part choral music); instead, it should be voiced as SSATBB (a subcategory of 6-part choral music). The most typical example of this is "SATB divisi" choral music, in which all four parts are extensively subdivided into two parts: this should be voiced as SSAATTBB, which is a subcategory of 8-part choral music (not of 4-part choral music).
This category has the following 28 subcategories, out of 28 total.
Pages in this category
The following 51 pages are in this category, out of 51 total.
- Da pacem, Domine, SWV 465 (Heinrich Schütz)
- Dachsteinlied (Ludwig Carl Seydler)
- De Profundis H 189 (Marc-Antoine Charpentier)
- Diversi linguaggi a 9 (Orazio Vecchi & Luca Marenzio)
- Dixit Martha ad Jesum (Orlando di Lasso)
- Domine quis habitabit (William Byrd)
- Donne, il celeste lume (Luca Marenzio)
- Dum aurora finem daret (Pierre Bonhomme)
- Magnificat a 9 voci (Antonio Nola)
- Meister, wir wissen, dass du wahrhaftig bist, SWV 414 (Heinrich Schütz)
- Melville in A "The Service of Terrible Thirsts" (Francis Melville)
- Miserere mei a9 (Orlando di Lasso)
- Missa Haec est virgo sapiens (Francisco Valls)
- Missa Pro Victoria (Tomás Luis de Victoria)
- Missa Tu es Petrus (Francesco Foggia)