Jacobus de Kerle

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Not to be confused with Johann Caspar Kerll or Kerle (1627 – 1693)

Life

Born: 1531 or 1532

Died: 7 January 1591

Biography

View the Wikipedia article on Jacobus de Kerle.

List of choral works


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Publications

  • 6 missae, a 4, 5vv (Venice, 1562), ed. in Trésor musical, xxii–xxviii (Brussels, 1886–92)
  • 4 missae … adiuncto in fine Te Deum laudamus, a 4, 5vv (Antwerp, 1582; 2/1583), 2 ed. in Antologia polyphonica, ii (Rome, 1932)
  • Motetti, a 4, 5vv (Rome, 1557)
  • Selectae quaedam cantiones sacrae, a 5, 6vv (Nuremberg, 1571); Te Deum and 6 motets ed. in Trésor musical, i (Brussels, 1865); xvii (Brussels, 1881)
  • Liber modulorum, a 4–6vv (Paris, 1572)
  • Liber modulorum sacrorum, a 5, 6vv, quibus addita est recens cantio de sacro foedere contra Turcas, 8vv (Munich, 1572)
  • Liber modulorum sacrorum, a 4–6vv (Munich, 1573). Exurge, quare obdormis appeared in Historical Anthology of Music, i (1946) via Proske
  • Liber mottetorum, 4, 5vv, adiuncto in fine Te Deum laudamus a 6vv (Munich, 1573)
  • Sacrae cantiones, quas vulgo moteta vocant … ecclesiastici hymni de resurrectione et ascensione a 5, 6vv (Munich, 1575)
  • Selectiorum aliquot modulorum a 4, 5, 8vv (Prague, 1585)
  • Hymni totius anni … et Magnificat a 4, 5vv (Rome, 1558, lost; 2/1560)
  • Magnificat octo tonorum a 4vv (Venice, 1561)
  • Liber psalmorum ad vesperas a 4vv (Venice, 1561)
  • Preces speciales pro salubri generalis Concilii successu a 4vv (Venice, 1562); ed. in DTB, xxxiv, Jg.xvi (1926, rev. 2/1974)
  • 5 motets, 1580, 1605

Secular vocal

  • Il primo libro capitolo del triumpho d’amore de Petrarca a 5vv (Venice, 1570), lost
  • Madrigali, libro primo [Carmina italica musicis modulis ornata] a 4vv (Venice, 1570), lost
  • Egregia cantio, in … honorem Melchioris Lincken Augustani a 6vv (Nuremberg, 1574)
  • A handful of single madrigals are preserved in various sources.

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