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===Sacrarum cantionum … liber primus, 4vv (1596) [B only]===
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* ''Sacrarum cantionum cum 4 vocibus … liber primus'' 1596 lost except for Bassus
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* {{NoCo|Sacrarum cantionum cum quinque vocibus … liber primus}} 1572
 
* {{NoCo|Sacrarum cantionum cum quinque vocibus … liber secundus}} 1573
 
* {{NoCo|Sacrarum cantionum cum quinque vocibus … liber secundus}} 1573
 
* {{NoCo|Sacrarum cantionum cum quinque vocibus … liber tertius}} 1574
 
* {{NoCo|Sacrarum cantionum cum quinque vocibus … liber tertius}} 1574
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* {{NoCo|Libro quarto de motetti}} 5vv 1575
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* {{NoCo|Sacrarum cantionum cum quinque vocibus … liber quintus}} 1579
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* ''Sacrarum cantionum cum quinque vocibus … liber sextus 1584 (lost)
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* {{NoCo|Sacrarum cantionum cum quinque vocibus … liber septimus}} 1600
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* {{NoCo|Sacrarum cantionum cum 6 & 12 vocibus … liber primus}} 1585
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* {{NoCo|Sacrarum cantionum cum 6 vocibus … liber secundus}} 1587
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* {{NoCo|Sacrarum cantionum cum 6 vocibus … liber primus}} 1585
  
 
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Philippo de Monte

Aliases: Monte, Filippo Di; Monte, Philipp de; Monte, Philippo/Philippi de; Filip de Monte

Life

Born: 1521

Died: 4 July 1603

Biography
Philippe de Monte (the name has several variants, and is probably a Latinization of Van den Berghe) was born in Mechlin in 1521. He was contemporary and at least the equal of the more renowned Palestrina and Lassus. It is known he lived for a time in both Italy and England and was appointed choirmaster to the court of the Emperors Maximillian II and Rudolph II. He died in 1603 in Vienna leaving a oeuvre of over 35 Masses and hundreds of motets and madrigals.

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List of choral works

Sacred music

Secular music


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Publications

Sacrarum cantionum … liber primus, 4vv (1596) [B only]

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