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Handl: The Moralia of 1596, Part 2

Jacob Handl
The Moralia of 1596, Part 2
Nos. 26–47
Edited by Allen B. Skei
R008
Handl: The Moralia of 1596, Part 2
Full Score (1970)
978-0-89579-020-0
8.5x11, 120 pp.

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Jakob Handl (1550–91), also known as Jacobus Gallus, has long been considered one of the most outstanding and prolific composers of the late sixteenth century. Although his masses and the motets of his monumental Opus musicum are widely familiar, his three volumes of Moralia—polyphonic settings of secular Latin poetry, for five and more parts—are considerably less well known. This is the first complete modern edition of Handl's Moralia.
Cui sunt multa bona
Carmina laudantur
Omnia vincit amor
Odi et amo
Gaudia principium
Turpe sequi casum
Qui capit uxorem
Oderunt hilarem tristes
Principibus placuisse viris\
Qui cito dat, bis dat
Qui cantum corvi
Permultos liceat cuculus
Musica noster amor
Musica Musarum germana
Multum deliro
Inveni portum, spes et fortuna
Diligitur nemo
Turpe referre pedem
Omnis homo nihil est
Qui leviter credit
Tempore foelici, non cognoscuntur amici
Conscia mens recti
Pauperiem modico contentus
Nobile vincendi genus est
Heu quam difficile est crimen
Semper pauper eris
Quam bene apud memores
Dulces exuviae
Cum moritur dives
Tu ne cede malis
Usus amicorum
Plus laudatori
Richard Marlow, Music & Letters, April 1971; Lillian P. Pruett, Notes, June 1971;  Murray Lefkowitz, Renaissance Quarterly, Summer 1973
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