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MUSIC FROM DUTCH LIBRARIES
PART III: CHURCH MUSIC, c.1750 - c.1820
on Microfiche
Haags Gemeentemuseum, Music Department, The Hague, The Netherlands
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MMF Publications, Lisse, The Netherlands


Specifications
Title: "Music from Dutch Libraries, Part III: Church Music, c.1750 - c.1820"
Order no.: M377
Size: 303 compositions on 541 micro­fiches
Polarity: positive, silver-halide film
Collection price: please inquire
Finding aids: printed guide and eye-legible headers on microfiches
Availability: available now

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Guide
to
MUSIC FROM DUTCH LIBRARIES
PART III: CHURCH MUSIC, c.1750 - c.1820
on Microfiche
Haags Gemeentemuseum, Music Department, The Hague, The Netherlands
&
MMF Publications, Lisse, The Netherlands

© 1994 MMF Publications, Lisse, The Netherlands &



Haags Gemeentemuseum, Music Department, The Hague, The Netherlands
CONTENTS
Preface 4
List of participating libraries and their contributions 7
Introduction: How to use this microfiche collection 9
Collection contents, Part III: Church music, c.1750 - c.1820 10

PREFACE

Introduction: Church music in the West
Church music is among the best preserved repertoires in the history of Western music. Starting in the ninth century such compositions with their musical notation have come down to us in a steady stream.
The composers of the very earliest church music, the monophonic Gregorian repertoire, are unfortunately unknown. This tradition was fulfilled at an early date and like nearly all forms of theocentric medieval art was more concerned with the content than with the individuals doing the composing.
Church music is in this sense strictly functional, intended to support the liturgy, which in the West followed the Roman rite. Within the cycle of the ecclesiastical year, each day consisted of the "liturgical moments" of the Mass and the Office. The latter, which was celebrated in monasteries and cathedrals, was in turn made up of eight services of prayer and song spread over the course of the day: Matins, Lauds, Prime, Terce, Sext, None, Vespers and Compline. The Mass and each component of the Office have both regular (ordinarium) and variable chants (proprium).
Polyphony, whose earliest traces date from the ninth century and whose zenith came in the fifteenth-sixteenth centuries, was introduced into the liturgy as a more festive and resplendent style of composition for important ecclesiastical feast days. It is also quite possible that this polyphonic form of singing itself arose in liturgical music practice. As opposed to the Gregorian chants, most of the composers of such polyphonic music are known to us by name.
Each cultural period made its own specific contribution to church music characterized by the musical style and practice of the time. The Reformation, for example, was of crucial importance for Western culture in general and of course also for liturgy and church music. In addition to the Roman Catholic tradition, which was given a new direction by the Council of Trent in the mid-sixteenth century, Lutheranism and Anglicanism were significant for church music. In the Lutheran tradition works were composed based on choral melodies (no. 008 below), motets (nos. 007, 134, 295), and cantatas (nos. 027, 104, 105, 192). The Anglican contribution was the "Anglican motet", the Anthem (nos. 107, 116-131, 249). Calvinism, on the other hand, allowed music much less of a role in its services.
Thus in the course of time were composed numerous masses, motets, hymns, magnificats, psalms, anthems and cantatas, many of which have now been filmed on microfiche for this collection. Alongside church music strictly conceived arose a form of spiritual music with no liturgical function, in other words not meant for the church but rather for use as domestic music or for personal devotion (for example, nos. 004, 005, 011, 084 below). It was also composed to be performed in concert, for example, in the form of oratorios (see nos. 011, 084, 140-160).
Church music in the Mozes and Aaron Church in Amsterdam
The main source for the compositions filmed here is the Toonkunst Library in Amsterdam, which since the 1960s has been the repository of the collection of mostly 18th and 19th century church music of the Mozes (Moses) and Aaron church in the same city. This Catholic church originated as a clandestine place of worship in the period when Roman Catholicism was officially not permitted (but practiced in private). With the consecration of the new Mozes and Aaron church in October 1841, it played an increasingly important role in the ecclesiastical musical life of the city.
Before this period of course church music was being composed and performed in Amsterdam. As early as 1691, for example, Father Aegidius Glabbais, the seventh pastor of the Mozes and Aaron church, had founded a "Music College", consisting of several vocalists and instrumentalists, with the name "Zelus pro Domo Dei", which was probably inspired by the psalm text (Ps. 68:10) "Zelus domus tuae comedit me" ["the zeal of thine house has eaten me up"] (King James version). A year later a "musical orchestra" is known to us. In the course of time the size of the choir grew and the orchestra also expanded into an ensemble that could fully provide the complements required by later eighteenth- and nineteenth-century scores.
By the early nineteenth century the choir was widely feted under the directorship of Johannes Bernardus van Bree (1801-1857), many of whose compositions are included in the microfiche edition. When in 1865 the church authorities decided to discontinue masses with orchestral accompaniment and disband the women's choir, the "zeal" abated somewhat. The choir was henceforth known simply as the "Pro Domo Dei". This was the dawn of the era of male choral masses accompanied solely by organ, the so-called Regensburg tradition. Later a boys choir was added and this situation lasted into the 1960s.
Church music is deeply rooted in tradition, both in form and content and is conservative in the true sense of the word. In this spirit the present microfiche collection has delved into the treasure trove of eighteenth and nineteenth century compositions to preserve the most valuable held by the participating libraries.

Some highlights of the microfiche collection
In addition to many works by the composer J.B. van Bree cited above the Mozes and Aaron church acquired a great many other compositions by European composers to be performed in Amsterdam. Mention should be made here not only of composers still renowned to this day such as Haydn, Mozart, Cherubini, Hummel, Pergolesi, A. Scarlatti and C.M. von Weber, but also of such in their time celebrated Italian artists as Bartholdi, M. Caldarera, F. Durante, Grimo, P. Guglielmi, N. Jomelli, V. Righini, A. Sacchini, N. Santurini and N. Zingarelli. As a matter of fact, the work of Bartholdi and Grimo is only known to us from the compositions presented in this collection. In addition to the Italians, music by composers from Germany and the Austro-Habsburg Monarchy was also performed, including work by A. André, F.X. and S. Brixi, J. Dreyer, J. Eybler, M. Haydn, L. Kozeluch, J. Myslivecek, J. Naumann, J. Rauscher, F. Roesler, A. Romberg, I. Ritter von Seyfried, J. Vitacek, G. Vogler and P. von Winter.
Of the other participating libraries in this project, particular mention should be made of the important contribution in the form of French church music made by the Faculty of Letters Library of the University of Utrecht which holds work by, among others, L. Bordèse, J. de Bournonville and A. Campra. These compositions are mainly solo motets (with an occasional example for two or three voices), such as were in use in the French liturgy. The Music Department of the Haags Gemeentemuseum provided the important editions of Händel's church music filmed here.
Conclusion
The present microfiche collection thus makes available to musicologists, historians of music, performers and conductors and other interested researchers an excellent cross-section of European church music from the mid-eighteenth to the mid-nineteenth century. It also provides a clear insight into the music in the repertoire of an important church — the Mozes and Aaron of Amsterdam.
W.H.J. Dekker

Librarian, Toonkunst Library

Amsterdam

Also available
Part I: Concertos before 1820

Part II: Orchestral Music before 1820

Part IV: Vocal and Instrumental Tutors

Part V: Historical Organ Collection

Part VI: Vocal Music before 1820 (available 1995)

LIST OF PARTICIPATING LIBRARIES AND THEIR CONTRIBUTIONS

(Numbers filmed)

Koninklijk Huisarchief

Postbus 30412

2500 GK The Hague

The Netherlands


1, 2, 53, 54, 55, 100, 196, 204, 222, 225, 257

Toonkunst-Bibliotheek

Prinsengracht 587

1016 HT Amsterdam

The Netherlands

(Collection of the Mozes and Aaron Church, Amsterdam)


3, 9, 10, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 24, 25, 26, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 56, 81, 86, 87, 88, 89, 92, 94, 95, 96, 101, 108, 110, 111, 112, 113, 114, 184, 185, 187, 193, 194, 195, 199, 200, 201, 202, 203, 208, 212, 224, 227, 231, 237, 239, 240, 242, 245, 247, 251, 252, 253, 254, 255, 256, 258, 259, 260, 261, 262, 263, 265, 266, 267, 271, 272, 273, 274, 275, 276, 277, 278, 279, 281, 282, 283, 284, 285, 290, 291, 294, 297, 298, 299, 300, 301, 302

Toonkunst-Bibliotheek

Prinsengracht 587

1016 HT Amsterdam

The Netherlands
7, 12, 23, 40, 47, 48, 49, 65, 66, 68, 71, 72, 75, 76, 77, 80, 91, 93, 97, 102, 103, 106, 109, 129, 135, 136, 137, 138, 139, 140, 141, 142, 143, 144, 145, 146, 147, 148, 149, 150, 151, 152, 153, 154, 155, 156, 157, 158, 159, 160, 162, 163, 165, 166, 167, 168, 169, 171, 172, 173, 178, 179, 180, 186, 189, 197, 198, 209, 210, 213, 214, 215, 216, 217, 218, 219, 220, 223, 226, 228, 230, 232, 244, 246, 250, 268, 269, 286, 287, 288, 289, 292, 293
Letterenbibliotheek (University of Utrecht)

Music Department

Drift 21

3512 BR Utrecht

The Netherlands
4, 5, 27, 28, 29, 50, 51, 52, 57, 58, 59, 70, 73, 74, 78, 84, 85, 90, 98, 99, 107, 115, 132, 181, 182, 192, 211, 264, 280, 303

Haags Gemeentemuseum

Music Department

Postbus 72

2501 CB The Hague

The Netherlands


6, 8, 11, 13, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 67, 69, 79, 82, 83, 104, 105, 116, 117, 118, 119, 120, 121, 122, 123, 124, 125, 126, 127, 128, 129, 131, 133, 134, 161, 164, 170, 174, 175, 176, 177, 183, 188, 190, 191, 205, 206, 207, 221, 229, 233, 234, 235, 236, 238, 241, 243, 248, 249, 270, 295, 296
INTRODUCTION: HOW TO USE THIS MICROFICHE COLLECTION
In the following list of contents the first column gives the number assigned to the composition. The provenance of each composition is given in the "List of Participating Libraries..." above. These numbers are found in the upper right-hand corner of the microfiche headers.
The second column lists the name of the composer.
The third column lists (a part of) the title, and a reference, if possible, to a thematic catalogue, place and year of edition or manuscript and the RISM (Répertoire International des Sources Musicales) number.
In some cases "score" is added to the title where the special music format is not in "parts". Also in a number of works remarks about additional material or imperfections are made.
[179-] indicates that the year is between 1790 and 1799.

[c. 1791] indicates that the year is between 1790 and 1792.


The fourth column lists the number of microfiche. The microfiche are numbered consecutively by title, " 1-" [minus sign] indicating that there is only one microfiche for that title; "1+" that more fiche follow. A minus sign [-] indicates the last fiche in a series.

Thematic catalogues
BWV Bach-Werke-Verzeichnis

H Helm (C.Ph.E. Bach)

Hob Hoboken (Haydn)

HWV Händel-Werke-Verzeichnis

KV Köchel-Verzeichnis (Mozart)

COLLECTION CONTENTS, PART III: CHURCH MUSIC, c.1750 - c.1820

Number Composer Title No. of mf.

001 [Anonymous] Missa [in F]. 3

Ms. (copy), [late 18th cent.].
002 [Anonymous] Te Deum Laudamus. 1

Ms. (copy), [late 18th cent.].


003 André, J.A. Missa quatuor vocibus humanis comitante orchestra, 2

op. 43.


Offenbach, 1818.
004 Bach, C.Ph.E. Herrn Professor Gellerts Geistliche Oden und Lieder mit 1

Melodien. [H 686]

Berlin, 1764. RISM B 124
005 Bach, C.Ph.E. Zwölf geistliche Oden und Liedern als ein 1

Anhang zu Gellerts geistlichen Oden und Lieder mit Melodien. [H 696]

Berlin, 1764. RISM B 128
006 Bach, C.Ph.E. Heilig, mit zwey Chören und einer 1

Ariette zur Einleitung. [H 778]

Hamburg, 1779. RISM B 120
007 Bach, J.S. Motetten in Partitur. (1. und 2.Heft) [BWV 225-229] 2

Leipzig, [1803]. RISM B 447


Bach, J.S. Motette Lob, Ehre und Weisheit. See no. 295 below
008 Bach, J.S. Vierstimmige Choralgesänge. [BWV 253-438] 3

Leipzig, 1784-1787. RISM B 449


009 Barth, H. Six Mottets à Grand Choeur, et six Duettes 3

pour deux dessus. (parts)

Gent, 1762. RISM B 1069
010 Bartholi, [?] Motetto "Caeli numen tua manu potenti". (parts) 1

Ms. (copy), [late 18th cent.].


011 Battistini, G. Armonie sagre ad 1, 2, e 3 voci, op. 2. 3

Bologna, 1700. RISM B 1323


012 Benevoli, O. Motetto a quattro Cori "Bene fundata est". 1

Ms. (copy), [early 19th cent.].


013 Bernier, N. Motets à une, deux, et trois voix, 8

Avec Symphonie et Sans Symphonie.

Paris, 1703. RISM B 2087 and 2091
014 Bertelman, J.G. Benedictio [in B flat], no.1. 1

Ms. (copy), [early 19th cent.].


015 Bertelman, J.G. Benedictio [in B flat], no.2. 1

Ms. (copy), [early 19th cent.].


016 Bertelman, J.G. Benedictio [in D flat], no.3. 1

Ms. (copy), [early 19th cent.].


017 Bertelman, J.G. Benedictio [in B flat], no.4. 1

Ms. (copy), [early 19th cent.].


018 Bertelman, J.G. Domine salvum fac regem [in C]. 1

Ms. (autograph), [early 19th cent.].


019 Bertelman, J.G. Domine salvum [in C], no.2. 1

Ms. (copy), [early 19th cent.].


020 Bertelman, J.G. Domine salvum; Gloriosus [in C]. 1

Ms. (autograph), [early 19th cent.].


021 Bertelman, J.G. Missa dedicata Domino Joanni Christiano Hamaker. 5

Ms.(copy) from the edition: Amsterdam, 1812.


022 Bertelman, J.G. Requiem Missa pro defunctis tribus vocibus 1

humanis. (vocal score)

Amsterdam, 1835.
023 Bertelman, J.G. Requiem Missa pro defunctis tribus vocibus humanis. 3

Ms. (copy), Amsterdam, [between 1808-1835].

024 Bertelman, J.G. Tantum ergo [in C]. 1

Ms. (copy), [early 19th cent.].

025 Bertelman, J.G. Tantum ergo [in F]. 1

Ms. (copy), [early 19th cent.].


026 Bertelman, J.G. Veni creator [in C]. 2

Ms. (autograph), [early 19th cent.].


027 Bierey, G.B. Oster-Kantate. 1

Leipzig, [1806].


028 Bordèse, L. Deuxième petite Messe Solennelle [in F]. (vocal score) 1

Mainz, [1878].


029 Bournonville, Motets à 1 et 2 voix, avec et 2

J. de sans instruments et basse continue: livre premier.

Paris, 1711. RISM B 3840
030 Bree, J.B. van Benedictie behoorende bij de 1e Mis van Haydn. 1

Ms.(copy), 1844.


031 Bree, J.B. van Benedictie behoorende bij de 2e Mis van Haydn. 1

Ms.(copy), 1844.


032 Bree, J.B. van Benedictie behoorende bij de 3e Mis van Haydn. 1

Ms.(copy), 1844.


033 Bree, J.B. van Benedictie behoorende bij de 4e Mis van Haydn. 1

Ms.(copy), 1844.


034 Bree, J.B. van Benedictie behoorende bij de 5e Mis van Haydn. 1

Ms.(copy), 1844.


035 Bree, J.B. van Benedictie behoorende bij de 6e Mis van Haydn. 1

Ms.(copy), [1844].


036 Bree, J.B. van Benedictio behoorende tot J.B. van Bree's 1

Inwijdingsmisse.

Ms.(copy), [between 1830-1840].
037 Bree, J.B. van Offertorium behoorende tot J.B. van Bree's 1

Inwijdingsmisse.

Ms.(copy), [between 1830-1840].
038 Bree, J.B. van Missa. 3

Rotterdam, 1834.


039 Bree, J.B. van Missa duabus vocibus aequalibus. 1

Amsterdam, [c.1850].


040 Bree, J.B. van Missa tribus vocibus humanis comitante organo no.1. 1

Amsterdam, 1837.


041 Bree, J.B. van Missa tribus vocibus humanis comitante organo no.2. 1

Amsterdam, 1837.


042 Bree, J.B. van Missa tribus vocibus humanis comitante organo no.3. 1

Amsterdam, 1837.


043 Bree, J.B. van Missa tribus vocibus comitante organo no.4. 1

Amsterdam, [between 1841-1849].


044 Bree, J.B. van Missa tribus vocibus humanis comitante organo no.5. 1

Amsterdam, [c.1856].


045 Brixi, F.X. Offertoria duo: no.1 De quovis festo, 1

no.2 De Beata. (parts)

Ms. (copy), [late 18th cent.].
046 Brixi, S. Motetto Quis dabit mihi pennas. 1

Ms. copy from the edition: Praag, 1728.


047 Bühler, F. Grande Messe [in C]. 2

Ms. (copy), [1822].


048 Bühler, F. Missa Pastoritia Op. 8. (parts) 3

Augsburg, 1818.


049 Bühler, F. Vesperae per totum annum. (parts) 5

Augsburg, 1817


050 Byrd, W. Cantiones sacrae, book I, edited by W. Horsley. 3

London, [1842].


051 Byrd, W. Organ part to the first set of 1

cantiones sacrae compressed from the score

by G. Alex. Macfar­ren.

London, [1841].


052 Byrd, W. A mass for five voices. Now first printed 1

in score and preceded by a life of

the composer by Edward F. Rimbault.

London, [1841].


053 Cafaro, P. Messa breve a quatro voci cum violinis, 1

trombe et oboè [in D].

Ms. (copy), [late 18th cent.].
054 Cafaro, P. Messa breve a quatro voci cum violinis, 2

trombe et oboè [in C].

Ms. (copy), [late 18th cent.].
055 Cafaro, P. Messa breve e credo: à più voci. 2

Cum violinis, trombe et oboe.

Ms. (copy), [late 18th cent.].
056 Caldarera, M. Aria in D: Deus in te speravi. (parts) 1

Ms. (copy), [late 18th cent.].


057 Campra, A. Motets à 1, 2 et 3 voix avec la basse-conti­nue, 2

livre 1. - 3e éd.

Paris, 1703. RISM C 685
058 Campra, A. Motets à 1, 2 et 3 voix et instruments 3

et la basse-continue, livre 2.

Paris, 1700. RISM C 689
059 Campra, A. Motets à 1, 2 et 3 voix, au nombre de neuf, 3

avec la basse-continue, livre 3.

Paris, 1703. RISM C 691
060 Campra, A. Motets à 1, 2 et 3 voix avec la basse-continue, livre 1. 2

Paris, 1710. RISM C 686


061 Campra, A. Motets à 1, 2 et 3 voix avec la basse-continue, livre 2. 2

Paris, 1711. RISM C 690


062 Campra, A. Motets à 1, 2 et 3 voix avec la basse-continue, livre 3. 2

Paris, 1717. RISM C 692


063 Campra, A. Motets à 1, 2 et 3 voix avec et sans symphonies, livre 4. 2

Paris, 1734. RISM C 696


064 Campra, A. Motets à 1, 2 et 3 voix melez de symphonies, livre 5. 2

Paris, 1735. RISM C 698


065 Carissimi, G. Missa L'homme armé duodenis vocibus tribus choris. 1

Ms. (copy), 1821.


066 Carissimi, G. Missa Ut queant laxis and Motet Ipse praeibit ante illum. 1

Ms. (copy, 1855), 1821.


067 Cherubini, L. Deuxième messe solennelle. (vocal score) 2

Bonn, [1828].


068 Cherubini, L. Deuxième messe solennelle. 7

Paris, 1811.


069 Cherubini, L. Deuxième messe de requiem pour voix d'hommes. 3

Paris, [184-].


070 Cherubini, L. Hymnes sacrés; no.2 Lauda Sion. 1

Mainz, [c.1823].


071 Cherubini, L. Hymnes sacrés; no.3 Tantum ergo. 1

Mainz, [c.1824].


072 Cherubini, L. Hymnes sacrés; no.5 Pater noster. 1

Wien, [c.1817].


073 Cherubini, L. Hymnes sacrés; no. 7 Iste die. 1

Mainz, [1826].


074 Cherubini, L. Die vier Singstimmen zu Inclina, Domine, 1

aurem tuam ad me.

Bonn, [1831].
075 Cherubini, L. Krönungsmesse [in A]. (vocal score) 1

Leipzig, [c.1863].


076 Cherubini, L. Messe à trois voix. (vocal score) 2

Leipzig, [c.1803].


077 Cherubini, L. Pater noster. 1

Ms. (copy), [early 19th cent.].


078 Cherubini, L. Die vier Singstimmen zu Regina coeli. 1

Bonn, [c.1831].


079 Cherubini, L. Requiem à quatre voix. 3

Bonn, [c.1819].


080 Cherubini, L. Requiem. (vocal score) 1

Leipzig, [c.1818].


081 Cherubini, L. Tantum ergo; und Genitori. 1

Wien, [c.1831].


082 Cléram­bault, N. Chants et motets, tome premier. 3

& G. Nivers [s.l.], 1733. RISM B II 128


083 Cléram­bault, N. Chants et motets, tome seconde. 3

& G. Nivers [s.l.], 1733. RISM B II 128


084 Coferati, M. Corona di sacre canzoni, o laude spiritua­li 4

di più divoti autori.

Firenze, 1675. RISM C 3263
085 Degli Antonii, P. Messe concertate à 3 voci, due canti, 2

e basso e 2 violini ad libitum: op.8. (parts)

Amsterdam, [c.1698]. RISM D 1354
086 Dreyer, J.M. 6 Benedictiones. 1

Ms. (copy) from the edition: [Augsburg], 1782.


087 Dreyer, J.M. 6 Miserere op. 3. (parts) 6

Augsburg, 1791. RISM D 3553

088 Dreyer, J.M. 6 Missae breves ac rurales op. 11. (parts) 7

Augsburg, 1796. RISM D 3561


089 Dreyer, J.M. 12 Tantum ergo op. 9. (parts) 2

Augsburg, 1794. RISM D 3559


090 Dreyer, J.M. Te Deum laudamus op.16. (parts) 1

Augsburg, 1800. RISM D 3565


091 Durante, F. Magnificat für vier singstimmen und orgel. (vocal score) 1

Berlin, [c.1840].


092 Durante, F. Missa: Kyrie, Gloria and Credo. (parts) 2

Ms. (copy), [late 18th cent.].


093 Elsner, J.X. Veni sancte spiritus. 1

Leipzig, [c.1818].


094 Eybler, J.L. Dritte Messe de sancto Leopoldo. 3

Edler von Wien, 1827.


095 Eybler, J.L. Messe zur Krönungsfeyer Ihrer Ma­jestät der Kaise­rinn 3

Edler von Carolina als Königinn von Ungarn.

Wien, 1826.
096 Eybler, J.L. Missa Solennis in [E flat]. (parts) 3

Edler von Ms. (copy), [late 18th cent.].


097 Eybler, J.L. Psalmus De profundis clamavi ad te Domine. 1

Edler von Ms. (copy), [early 19th cent.].


098 Fesca, F.E. Der 103ten psalm; hyme für 4 Singstimmen mit 2

Begleitung des ganzen Orchesters.

Bonn, [c.1822].
099 Fesca, F.E. Der 103ten Psalm. (vocal score and song­ parts) 2

Bonn, [c.1822].


100 Fischer, [J.K.F.] Herr Gott, Dich loben wir. (parts) 1

Ms. (copy), [late 18th cent.].


101 Fiocco, J.J. Sacri concentus quator vocibus ac tribus 4

instu­mentis modulandi. (parts)

Amsterdam, [very early 18th cent.]. RISM F 859
102 Fodor, C.A. Pseaume 1er. 1

Ms. (copy), [c.1800].


103 Gluck, C.W. von De profundis. 1

Paris, [c.1804]. RISM G 2634


104 Graun, C.H. Der Tod Jesu. 2

Leipzig, 1760. RISM G 3553


105 Graun, C.H. Passionscatate: Der Tod Jesu. 1

Breslau, 1785. RISM G 3554


106 Graun, C.H. Te Deum laudamus. 2

Leipzig, 1757. RISM G 3550


107 Greene, M. Forty select anthems in score, composed for 5

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 voices.

London, [1743]. RISM G 3737
108 Grimo, [?] Missa no.1 [in g]: Kyrie, Gloria and Credo. (parts) 1

Ms. (copy), [first half 18th cent.].


109 Grimo, [?] Missa no.3 [in A]: Kyrie, Gloria and Credo. (parts) 2

Ms. (copy), [first half 18th cent.].


110 Grimo, [?] Missa no.6 [in C]: Sancti Matthei & Bartholo­mei: 2

Kyrie, Gloria and Credo. (parts)

Ms. (copy), [first half 18th cent.].
111 Grimo, [?] Missa solemnis: Kyrie, Gloria and Credo. (parts) 1

Ms. (copy), [first half 18th cent.].


112 Gruber, B. 24 Antiphonae Marianae. (parts) 2

Augsburg, 1793. RISM G 4754


113 Guglielmi, P. Delectet me labor. (parts) 1

Ms. (copy), [second half 18th cent.].


114 Guglielmi, P. Quam diu in mundo. (parts) 1

Ms. (copy), [second half 18th cent.].


115 Haekl, J. 6 Tantum ergo op.1. (parts, not complete) 1

Augsburg, 1820.


116 Händel, G.F. Anthem for the victory at Dettingen. [HWV 265] 2

[London, c.1795]. RISM H 1559


117 Händel G.F. Anthem for the wedding of of Frederick 2

Prince of Wales, and the princess of Saxa-Gotha.

[HWV 263]

[London, 1795]. RISM H 1556


118 Händel G.F. Chandos anthems and Te Deum. 7

Ms. (copy), [1726-1730].


119 Händel G.F. Chandos anthems. [HWV 248, 249b, 250a, 5

253, 256a, 256b]

[London, c.1790]. RISM H 1526, 1528, 1523,

1527, 1525, 1­524


120 Händel, G.F. Chandos anthems. [HWV 247, 251b, 254, 255, 257] 5

[London, c.1790]. RISM H 1532, 1530, 1533,

1531, 1534
121 Händel G.F. Chandos Te Deum. [HWV 281] 2

[London, 1788]. RISM H 1498


122 Händel G.F. Chandos Te Deum. [HWV 282] 1

[London, 1788]. RISM H 1503


123 Händel G.F. Coronation anthems. [HWV 258, 259, 260, 261] 3

[London, c.1795]. RISM H 1561, 1560, 1567, 1562


124 Händel G.F. Dettingen Te Deum. [HWV 283] (vocal score) 2

London, [middle of the 19th cent.]. RISM H 1197


125 Händel G.F. Dettingen Te Deum. [HWV 283] (vocal score) 2

Berlin/Amsterdam, [first half 19th cent.]. RISM H 1196

126 Händel G.F. Dettingen Te Deum. [HWV 283] 2

[London, 1788]. RISM H 1501


127 Händel, G.F. A short Te Deum. [HWV 280] 1

[London, 1788]. RISM H 1497


128 Händel, G.F. Symphony to the Jubilate. [HWV 279] 1

[London, 1788]. RISM H 1502


129 Händel, G.F. Te Deum laudamus zur Utrechter Friedensfeyer. 2

[HWV 278]

Leipzig, 1780. RISM H 1204
130 Händel, G.F. A Grand Te Deum composed in the year 1713 for the 1

peace of Utrecht. [HWV 278]

[London, 1788]. RISM H 1499
131 Händel, G.F. A Grand Jubilate composed in the year 1713 for the 1

Peace of Utrecht. [HWV 279]

[London, 1788]. RISM H 1500

132 Hasse, J.A. Miserere. (vocal score by Ludwig Hellwig) 1

Berlin, [between 1829-1835]. RISM HH 2238a
133 Hasse, J.A. Requiem [in C]. 2

Ms. (copy), 1838.


134 Hassler, H.L. Psalmen und Christliche Gesänge. 3

Leipzig, 1777. RISM H 2331


135 Hauff, F. Salve Regina à 3. 1

Ms. (copy), [late 19th cent.].


136 Hauff, F. Magnificat. 1

Ms. (copy), [late 19th cent.].


137 Hauff, F. Festa nunc solemnia. 1

Ms. (copy), [first half 19th cent.].


138 Hauff, F. O quam suavis est. 1

Ms. (copy), [late 19th cent.].


139 Hauff, F. Te Deum laudamus. 1

Ms. (copy), [late 19th cent.].


140 Hauff sr., W.G. No.1: Psalm 81. (parts) 1

Ms. (autograph?), [c.1800].


141 Hauff sr., W.G. No.2: Rondo Evang. Gesang 8. (score) 1

Ms. (copy), [first half 19th cent.].


142 Hauff sr., W.G. No.3: De Heere regeert. (parts) 1

Ms. (autograph?), [between 1800-1808].


143 Hauff sr., W.G. No.4: Bedezang. (parts,score) 1

Ms. parts (auto­graph?), [between 1800-1808];

score (copy), [first half 19th cent.].
144 Hauff sr., W.G. No.8: Heilig! Heilig! (parts) 1

Ms. (autograph?), [between 1800-1808].


145 Hauff sr., W.G. No.9: Psalm 100. (parts) 1

Ms. parts (autograph?), [between 1800-1808]; score

(copy), [first half 19th cent.].
146 Hauff sr., W.G. No.10: Psalm 150. (parts) 1

Ms. (autograph?), [between 1800-1808].


147 Hauff sr., W.G. No.13: Cantata De Schep­ping. (parts) 1

Ms. (autograph?), [between 1800-1808].


148 Hauff sr., W.G. No.14: Lofzang op het Lijden van Jesus Christus. (parts) 1

Ms. (autograph?), [between 1800-1808].


149 Hauff sr., W.G. No.15: Cantate op Jezus kruisdood. (parts) 1

Ms. (autograph?), [between 1800-1808].


150 Hauff sr., W.G. No.16: Cantate Bij eene dood­kist. (parts) 2

Ms. parts (autograph?), [between 1800-1808]; score

(copy), [first half 19th cent.].
151 Hauff sr., W.G. No.17: Cantata Jezus verrijze­nis. (parts) 1

Ms. (autograph?), [between 1800-1808].


152 Hauff sr., W.G. No.18: Cantata Ode aan God. (parts) 1

Ms. (autograph?), [between 1800-1808].


153 Hauff sr., W.G. No.19: Cantata Bij opening van het concert 1

van het Zang Gezelschap. (parts)

Ms. (autograph?), [between 1800-1808].
154 Hauff sr., W.G. No.20: Christelijk lied. 1

Ms. parts (autograph?),

[between 1800-1808]; vocal score (copy),

[first half 19th cent.].


155 Hauff sr., W.G. No.21: Avondzucht. (parts) 1

Ms. (autograph?), [between 1800-1808].


156 Hauff sr., W.G. No.22: Om onderwerping van den Berg. (parts) 1

Ms. (autograph?), [between 1800-1808].


157 Hauff sr., W.G. No.23: Dit en het andere leven. (parts) 1

Ms. (autograph?), [between 1800-1808].


158 Hauff sr., W.G. No.24: De Ontfermer. (parts) 1

Ms. (autograph?), [between 1800-1808].


159 Hauff sr., W.G. No.28: De Hemelvaart van Jezus. 1

Ms. parts (auto­graph?), [between 1800-1808];

vocal score (copy), [first half 19th cent.].
160 Hauff sr., W.G. No.29: Koor-Zang! Op het nieuwe jaar van 1808. (parts) 1

Ms. (autograph?), [1807].


161 Haydn, F.J. Hymne Walte gnädig, o ewige Liebe [and] 1

Hymne Allmächtiger, preis dir und Ehre.

Leipzig, [c.1813]. RISM H 2516 [and] H 2579
162 Haydn, F.J. Hymne O Jesu, te invocamus. 1

Leipzig, [1848].

163 Haydn, F.J. Hymne Walte gnädig, o ewige Liebe. (vocal score) 1

Bonn, [c.1828]. RISM H 4712


164 Haydn, F.J. Motetto Insanae et vanae curae. 1

Leipzig, [c.1825].


165 Haydn, F.J. Mass. [Hob XXII:1] (Missa brevis) (vocal score) 1

London, [c.1830].


166 Haydn, F.J. Mass. [Hob XXII:4] (Grosse Orgelmesse) (vocal score) 2

London, [c.1830].


167 Haydn, F.J. Messe. [Hob XXII:5] (Cäcilien) 3

Leipzig, [first half 19th cent.]. RISM H 2501


168 Haydn, F.J. Messe. [Hob XXII:6] (Sankt Nikolaus) 1

Bonn, [1806]. RISM H 2504


169 Haydn, F.J. Messe. [Hob XXII:8] (Mariazeller) 2

Leipzig, [first half 19th cent.]. RISM H 2503


170 Haydn, F.J. Mass. [Hob XXII:9] (Paukenmesse) 2

Leipzig, [first half 19th cent.]. RISM H 2498


171 Haydn, F.J. Mass. [Hob XXII:9] (Paukenmesse) (vocal score) 1

London, [first half 19th cent.]. RISM H 4710


172 Haydn, F.J. Messe. [Hob XXII:10] (Heiligmesse) 2

Leipzig, [first half 19th cent.]. RISM H 2497


173 Haydn, F.J. Mass. [Hob XXII:10] (Heiligmesse) (vocal score) 2

London, [c.1830].


174 Haydn, F.J. Messe. [Hob XXII:11] (Nelson) 2

Leipzig, [first half 19th cent.]. RISM H 2499


175 Haydn, F.J. Messe. [Hob XXII:11] (Nelson) 2

Paris, [1809]. RISM H 2509


176 Haydn, F.J. Messe. [Hob XXII:13] (Schöpfung) 2

Leipzig, [first half 19th cent.]. RISM H 2500


177 Haydn, F.J. Messe. [Hob XXII:14] (Harmonie) 2

Leipzig, [first half 19th cent.]. RISM H 2502


178 Haydn, F.J. Mass. [Hob XXII:14] (Harmonie) (vocal score) 1

London, [first half 19th cent.]. RISM H 4711


179 Haydn, F.J. Mass. [Hob XXII: C1] (vocal score) 1

London, [c.1830].


180 Haydn, F.J. Mass. [Hob XXII: c1] (vocal score) 1

London, [c.1830].


181 Haydn, F.J. Die Sieben Worte des Heylandes am Kreuze. 2

[Hob XX:1] (vocal score)

Wien, [1787].
182 Haydn, F.J. Die Worte des Erlösers am Kreuze. 1

[Hob XX:2] (vocal score)

Leipzig, [c.1822].
183 Haydn, F.J. Stabat Mater. [Hob XXbis] (vocal score) 1

Bonn, [1831]. RISM H 4632


184 Haydn, F.J. Tantum ergo [in E flat]. [not in Hob] 1

Ms. (copy), [very early 19th cent.].


185 Haydn, F.J. Te Deum. [Hob XXIIIc:2] 1

Leipzig, 1802. RISM H 2517


186 Haydn, F.J. Te Deum. [Hob XXIIIc:2] 3

Paris, [1805]. RISM H 2518


187 Haydn, J.M. Missa solennis [in C]. 3

Ms. (copy), [first half 19th cent.].


188 Haydn, J.M. Missa solemnis [in C]. (vocal score) 1

Mainz, [c. 1825]. RISM H 4724


189 Haydn, J.M. Requiem. 1

Leipzig, [1811]. RISM H 4726


190 Herbain, Le Chevalier d'Exultate Deo, petit motet nouveau 1

à voix seule et grande symphonie.

Paris, [between 1754-1761]. RISM H 5088
191 Himmel, F.H. Vater unser. (vocal score) 1

Leipzig, [1810]. RISM H 5378


192 Homilius, G.A. Passions-Cantate nach der poesie des Herrn Buchmann. 3

Leipzig, 1775. RISM H 6433


193 Hummel, J.N. Erste Messe [in B flat]. 3

Wien, [1818].


194 Hummel, J.N. Zweite Messe. 2

Wien, [c.1820].


195 Hummel, J.N. Dritte Messe [in D]. 3

Wien, [1830].


196 Jomelli, J.N. Missa [in D]. 3

Ms. (copy), [late 18th cent.].


197 Jomelli, N. Missa pro defunctis. 2

Paris, [c.1807]. RISM J 571


198 Jomelli, N. Offertorium Confirma hoc Deus. 1

Wien, [1803]. RISM J 572


199 Jomelli, N. Veni creator [in D]. 1

Ms. (copy), [c.1800].


200 Knecht, J.H. Te Deum laudamus otto vocibus humanis. (parts) 2

Offenbach, 1801. RISM K 954


201 Kozeluch, L.A. Missa solennis [in C]. (parts) 3

Ms. (copy), [late 18th cent.].


202 Kozeluch, L.A. Grand aria Anima mea. (parts) 1

Ms. (copy), [late 18th cent.].


203 Kreusser, G.A. Missa solemnis [in D]. (parts) 4

Ms. (copy), [late 18th cent.].


204 Langlé, O. Messa e Credo. 4

Ms. (copy), [1763].


205 Lesueur, J.F. Première Messe Solemnelle à grande orchestre. 3

Paris, [between 1812-1838]. RISM L 2079


206 Lesueur, J.F. Recueil de Morceaux Sacrés 2

avec Accompag­nement d'Orgue.

Paris, [between 1841-1850]. RISM L 2108
207 Ligniville, E. Stabat Mater a tre voce in canone. 1

[Firenze, 1768]. RISM L 2416


208 Lustrini, B. Missae solenes ex g: kyrie, gloria; ex d:credo. (parts) 2

Ms. (copy), [18th cent.].


209 Mangon, J. Missa in summis festis. 1

Aachen, 1862.


210 Martini, G.B. Messe für zwei Tenore und Bass. 1

Berlin, [middle 19th cent.].


211 Martini, J.P.E. Messe solemnelle. 5

Paris, [between 1808-1825].


212 Mei, O. Stabat mater [in c]. 3

Ms. (copy), [2nd half 18th cent.].


213 Mozart, W.A. Ave Jesu voor 5-stemmig koor en orgel. 1

[Music from KV 588]

Ms. (copy), [late 19th cent.].
214 Mozart, W.A. Ave verum corpus. [KV 618] 1

Offenbach, [c.1808]. RISM M 4135


215 Mozart, W.A. Kantate Ewiger erbarme dich! [KV Anh.127] 1

Leipzig, [1823]. RISM M 4070


216 Mozart, W.A. Kantate Heiliger sieh gnädig. [KV Anh.124] 1

Leipzig, [c.1808]. RISM M 4109


217 Mozart, W.A. Kantate Herr, auf den wir schauen. [KV Anh.B zu 259] 1

Leipzig, [1823]. RISM M 4078


218 Mozart, W.A. Kantate Herr, Herr vor deinem Throne. [KV Anh.126] 1

Leipzig, [1812]. RISM M 4075


219 Mozart, W.A. Kantate Hoch vom Heiligthume. [KV Anh.129] 1

Leipzig, [1822]. RISM M 4113


220 Mozart, W.A. Kantate Mächtigster, Heiligster. [KV 258] 1

Leipzig, [1822]. RISM M 4073


221 Mozart, W.A. Hymne Gottheit! Dir sey Preis und Ehre! [KV 345] 1

(parts)


Bonn, [c.1819]. RISM M 5252
222 Mozart, W.A. Krönungsmesse. [KV 317] 5

Ms. (copy), [late 18th cent.].


223 Mozart, W.A. Kyrie. [KV 341] 1

Offenbach, [c.1825]. RISM M 4048


224 Mozart, W.A. Missa brevis [in F]. [KV 192] 1

Leipzig, 1802. RISM M 4042


225 Mozart, W.A. Messe [in C]. [KV 259] 2

Ms. (copy), [late 18th cent.].


226 Mozart, W.A. Missa [in c]. [KV 427] 3

Offenbach, [1840]. RISM M 4049


227 Mozart, W.A. Misericordias Domini. [KV 222] 1

Leipzig, [1811]. RISM M 4128


228 Mozart, W.A. Misericordias Domini. [KV 222] (vocal score) 1

Bonn, [c.1822]. RISM M 4131


229 Mozart, W.A. Missa. [in D] (no.6), organ accompaniment 1

by V. Novello. [KV 194] (vocal score)

London, [middle 19th cent.]. RISM M 4060
230 Mozart, W.A. Requiem. [KV 626] 3

Leipzig, [1800]. RISM M 4050-51


231 Mozart, W.A. Requiem. [KV 626] 1

Ms. (copy), [c.1800].


232 Mozart, W.A. Requiem. [KV 626] 2nd ed. 3

Paris, [1805]. RISM M 4066


233 Mozart, W.A. Requiem. [KV 626] (vocal score) 1

Leipzig, [1818]. RISM M 4054


234 Mozart, W.A. Requiem. [KV 626] 2nd ed. (vocal score) 1

Offenbach, [c.1813]. RISM M 4060


235 Mozart, W.A. Requiem nach Abbé Stadlers kopie der 2

original-partitur. [KV 626]

Offenbach, [1826]. RISM M 4062
236 Mozart, W.A. Requiem. [KV 626] (parts) 2

Bonn, [1834]. RISM M 4064


237 Mozart, W.A. Te Deum. [KV 141] 1

Leipzig, [1803]. RISM M 4124


238 Mozart, W.A. Te Deum laudamus. [KV 141] (vocal score and parts) 1

Bonn, [1830]. RISM M 4127


239 Myslivecek, J. Missa. 3

Ms. (copy), [late 18th cent.].


240 Naumann, J.G. Missa solenne [in A flat]. 2

Wien, [1803]. RISM N 207


241 Olivier, [?] Jubilate. 1

Paris, [middle of the 18th cent.]. RISM O 53


242 Pausch, E. Te Deum solenne. (parts) 1

Augsburg, 1791. RISM P 1059


243 Perez, D. Mattutino de morte. 3

London, [1774]. RISM A/I P 1324


244 Pergolesi, G.B. Miserere. 2

Paris, [1804]. RISM P 1391


245 Pergolesi, G.B. Salve Regina. (parts) 1

Ms. (copy), [late 18th cent.].


246 Pergolesi, G.B. Stabat Mater für das grosse Orches­ter, und mit Choeren 3

instrumentirt von A. Lvoff.

Berlin, [1814/15].
247 Pergolesi, G.B. Stabat Mater instrumenté à grande orchestre et 2

avec choeurs par Alexis Lvoff.

[St. Petersburg], [first half 19th cent.].
248 Pergo­lesi, G.B. Stabat Mater oder Passions Cantate mit der Deutschen 1 .

Parodie des Herrn Klop­stocks.

Leipzig, 1774. RISM P 1373
249 Pettet, A. Sacred music: A Collection of Psalms 4

Hymns and Anthems.

[London], [first half 19th cent.].
250 Piccini, N. Dixit Dominus. Psalm 109. 1

Ms. (copy), [late 18th cent.].


251 Putten, L.J. van Benedictio Tantum ergo [in C] no.1. 1

Ms. (autograph), [early 19th cent.].


252 Putten L.J. van Domine salvum fac [in C] no.1, voor de koning. 1

Ms. (autograph), [between 1806-1810].


253 Radicki, C. Mottetto Vos mortales. (parts) 2

Ms. (copy), 1788.


254 Rauscher, J. Ave verum. 1

Ms. (autograph), [between c.1790-1834].


255 Rauscher, J. Benedictio [in D]; Domine salvum [in C]. 1

Ms. (copy), [early 19th cent.].


256 Rauscher, J. Da pacem Domine [in F]. 1

Ms. (autograph), [between c.1790-1834].


257 Rauscher, J. Domine salvum [in E flat]. 1

Ms. (autograph), [between c.1790-1834].


258 Rauscher, J. O salutaris hostia [in A flat]. 1

Ms. (autograph), [between c.1790-1834].


259 Rauscher, J. Regina coeli laetare [in G]. 1

Ms. (autograph), [between c.1790-1834].


260 Rauscher, J. Salve regina [in F]. 1

Ms. (autograph), [between c.1790-1834].


261 Rauscher, J. Tantum ergo; Missa; Domine salvum fac. 4

Ms. (autograph), [between c.1790-1834].


262 Rauscher, J. Triumpha Terzetto [in E flat]. 1

Ms. (autograph), [between c.1790-1834].


263 Righini, V. Missa [in D]. 3

Ms. (copy), [early 19th cent.].


264 Righini, V. Misse solenne a 4 voci composta per la 2

corona­zione di S.M. Im­periale e Reale Leopoldo II.

Berlin, [1790].
265 Rinck, J.C.H. Missa. 1

Mainz, [c.1830].


266 Roesler, F.A. Missa [in B flat]. (parts) 2

Ms. (copy), [late 18th cent.].


267 Roesler, F.A. Missa [in C]. 3

Ms. (copy), [first half 19th cent.].


268 Romberg, A.J. Pater noster. 1

Hamburg, [c.1800]. RISM R 2093


269 Romberg, A.J. Psalm CX Dixit Dominus. (score) 2

Leipzig, [1819]. RISM R 2098-9


270 Romberg, A.J. Psalm CX Dixit Dominus. (parts) 3

Leipzig, [c.1925]. RISM R 2098-9


271 Romberg, A.J. Te Deum Laudamus. 2

Bonn, [c.1819]. RISM R 2096


272 Rosier, C. Duo Tantum ergo sacramentum. (parts) 1

Ms. (copy), [first half 18th cent.].


273 Sacchini, A. Dixit Dominus [in F]. (parts) 3

Ms. (copy), [late 18th cent.].


274 Sales, P.P. Missa [in D]. (parts) 2

Ms. (copy), [late 18th cent.].


275 Santorini, N. Motetto pro tempore Pascali Huc adeste cari. (parts) 1

Ms. (copy), 1729.


276 Scarlatti, A. Missa brevis [in e]. 1

Ms. (copy), [1706].


277 Schmidt, C.J. Mis [in C]. 3

Ms. (copy), [c.1800].


278 Schmidt, C.J. Missa [in C]. 4

Ms. (copy), [c.1800].


279 Schmidt, C.J. Missa [in E flat]. 2

Ms. (copy), [c.1800].

280 Schneider, F. Vater unser, op.103. 1

Leipzig, [first half 19th cent.].


281 Seyfried, I.X. Tantum ergo, no.1 [in C]. (parts) 1

Ritter von Wien, 1853.


282 Seyfried, I.X. Tantum ergo, no.2 [in F]. (parts) 1

Ritter von Wien, [1836].


283 Vitásek, J.N.A. Missa [in B flat]. (parts) 1

Praag, [c.1800].


284 Vitásek, J.N.A. Missa solemnis [in C]. (parts) 2

[s.l.], c.1800].


285 Vogel, C. Missa solennis, no.1 [in G]. 3

Ms. (copy), [early 19th cent.].


286 Vogler, G.J. Ave maris stella und crudelis Herodes. 1

Offenbach, [c.1823]. RISM V 2367


287 Vogler, G.J. Graduale Veni sancte spiritus. 1

Offenbach, [c.1824]. RISM V 2383


288 Vogler, G.J. Laudate für sopran mit Begleitung des Chors 1

obligater Orgel und Orchester.

Offenbach, [1817]. RISM V 2379
289 Vogler, G.J. Miserere für vierstimmigen Chor 2

mit Begleitung des Orches­ters.

Offenbach, [c.1826].
290 Vogler, G.J. Missa solennis [in C]. (parts) 3

Ms. (copy), [late 18th cent.].


291 Vogler, G.J. Missa solennis [in D]. (parts) 4

Ms. (copy), [late 18th cent.].


292 Vogler, G.J. Offertorium Christus natus est nobis. 1

Offenbach, [c.1825]. RISM V 2384


293 Vogler, G.J. Te Deum laudamus. 1

Offenbach, [c.1827]. RISM V 2392


294 Vogler, G.J. Te Deum laudamus. (parts) 1

Ms. (copy), [late 18th cent.].


295 Wagner, G.G. Motette Lob, Ehre und Weisheit. 1

[previously attributed to J.S. Bach]

Leipzig, [1819].
296 Walond, W. Mr. Pope's Ode on Cecilia's day. 2

London, [late 18th cent.]. RISM W 108


297 Weber, C.M. von Erste Messe [in G]. [J 251] 2

Wien, 1833-1834.


298 Weber, J.G. Messe no.1 oder fünf Hymnen 1

mit lateinischen und deutschen Text, op. 27.

Mainz, [c.1818].
299 Widerhofer, J. Brand-Messe von Mariazell. (parts) 3

Wien, [1836].


300 Winter, P. von Missa [in F]. 2

Ms. (copy), [c.1800].


301 Winter, P. von Missa [in F]. 3

Ms. (copy), [c.1800].


302 Zingarelli, N.A. Missa solemnis: Kyrie and Gloria. (parts) 2

Ms. (copy), 1797.


303 Zöllner, C.H. Messe No.1, op. 23. 1

Bonn, [c.1829].







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