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Collegium Musicum: Yale University

ycm_hoekstraGerald R. Hoekstra, general editor

The series Collegium Musicum was founded in 1955 by the Yale University Department of Music and has been published by A-R Editions since 1969. Inspired by its title,the series now seeks to present a diverse selection of works suitable for performance by early music ensembles. Each volume draws together music originating from a specific geographical or historical context or unified by a distinctive thematic focus.

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First Series

ISSN 0588-3024
Leo Schrade, founding editor


Y1-3

Michael Haydn

Te Deum in C (1770)

Y1-5

Missae Caput

Y1-1

Alessandro Scarlatti

Passio, D. N. Jesu Christi Secundum Johannem

Y1-2

Thirty Chansons for Three and Four Voices from Attaingnant's Collections

Y1-6

Thirty-five Conductus for Two and Three Voices

Y1-4

The Wickhambrook Lute Manuscript

Second Series

ISSN 0147-0108
Gerald R. Hoekstra, general editor


Y2-2

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach

Harpsichord Concerto in D Major, W. 27

Y2-9

Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy

O Haupt Voll Blut und Wunden

Y2-13

Samuel Capricornus

Geistliche Harmonien III

Y2-16

Francesco Cavalli

La Calisto

Y2-1

Antonio Cesti

Four Chamber Duets

Y2-17 Richard Davy St. Matthew Passion

Y2-4

English Pastime Music, 1630–1660, An Anthology of Keyboard Pieces

Y2-11

Festive Troped Masses from the Eleventh Century, Christmas and Easter in the Aquitaine

Y2-5

Carl Heinrich Graun

Der Tod Jesu

Y2-6

Franz Joseph Habermann

Missa Sancti Wenceslai, Martyris

Y2-8

Libro primo de la croce (Rome: Pasoti and Dorico, 1526) Canzoni, Frottole, and Capitoli

Y2-10

Biagio Marini

String Sonatas from Opus 1 and Opus 8

Y2-3

Johann Mattheson

Das Lied des Lammes

Y2-15

Atto Melani

Complete Cantatas

Y2-14

Jacopo Melani

Il potestà di Colognole

Y2-18 Motets by Emperor Ferdinand III and Other Musicians from the Habsburg Court, 1637–1657

Y2-12

Antonio Sartorio

Giulio Cesare in Egitto

Y2-7

Christoph Schaffrath

Concerto in B-flat for Cembalo and Strings