Talk:Prophetiae Sibyllarum (Orlando di Lasso)

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V. Sybilla Samia errors

Errors in Brian Russel's Score The last note is just a semibreve, not a 4 semibreves.

In bar 25, the tenor should have a b natural rather than a b flat (musica ficta)

No indication that the last sidera monstant in the soprano part is editorial

No indication that note values have been halved from source

27 November 2008 User:Francishemingway

XII. Sybilla Agrippa errors


Bar 6: "charissimus" for "clarissimus" in all parts. Jamesgibb 13:19, 2 May 2012 (CDT)

VIII. Sybilla Phrygia errors


Tenor is set an octave too high.
Jamesgibb 09:58, 4 May 2012 (CDT)

IX. Sybilla Europea errors


Bar 27: "Rexerit" for "Rex erit" in all parts.
Jamesgibb 02:42, 5 May 2012 (CDT)


It's a question whether the split editions should be on 12 separate work pages, but I see no reason at all for a separate Prophetiae Sibyllarum (complete) (Orlando di Lasso) (or is that Prophetiae Sibyllarum (complete work) (Orlando di Lasso)?) Richard Mix (talk) 04:33, 5 January 2016 (UTC)

I agree, Richard. It's an unnecessary complication to separate them out. I think the way masses are handled is a good analogy. Jamesgibb (talk) 09:26, 5 January 2016 (UTC)
I certainly agree with merging the new Prophetiae Sibyllarum (complete work) here. Not so sure, though, with respect to also merging all twelve work pages. That would mean 35 (as of now) different editions on a single page. —Carlos (talk) Email.gif 12:15, 5 January 2016 (UTC)
Well, 35 files, not unusual for a 13 movement work. I make at most 5 editions: complete editions by Brian Russell (tweeked by James Gibb) and now Alexander Reuter, and some movements by Marco Gallo & Peter Hilton. If one is shopping all of them need to be compared, and it seems much simpler if they're on one page. Richard Mix (talk) 23:01, 5 January 2016 (UTC)

Complete work errors


Thanks for your complete edition of Prophetiae Sibyllarum.

I think you have errors in the clefs in IX and X: should they not both be ATTB (i.e. the second staff an octave lower)?

What editor have you used? Would you post the source file as well?

Many thanks,

Mark MarkHindley (talk) 11:56, 15 January 2016 (UTC)

Merged formatting

There is small a can of worms to deal with: what use are the several CPDLno's: should just one be kept? are individual file sizes and page numbers useful? are we worried about the possibility of different movements being licensed differently? I think even something as cluttered as this admittedly ugly first attempt is better than 13 14 pages though. Richard Mix (talk) 11:15, 16 January 2016 (UTC)

CPDL numbers are one for each edition. Score info is useful before downloading some very heavy files. Different licenses are mandatory to know what you can do with a score. Editions are not grouped by editor but by movement in large works (as in small works). I've merged all movements and text, as it had been done by others for most large works. Claude (talk) 15:25, 28 January 2016 (UTC)