The Missa Pange lingua by Josquin des Prez is a cantus firmus Mass; each movement begins with a few notes of successive phrases of the Good Friday hymn. Josquin des Prez' Missa Pange lingua (c. 1520) is a famous example; Palestrina also used the method extensively, second only to parody technique. of St. Victor of Paris, 13th century, with additions dated 1567). 41, the Jupiter Symphony. Josquin was the greatest composer of the Renaissance, respected and emulated by his contemporaries, and as significant a figure in his own day as Beethoven was in the early 19th century. 4 While the movements begin with quotations from the original, as the movements progress Josquin treats the Pange lingua tune so freely that only hints of it are heard. 6 Two printed Features triple meter and imitative polyphony. 0.0/10 Composer: Josquin des Prez, Number of voices: 4vv Voicing: SATB For these sections, text may have been added later by copyists from the scriptorium. One late mass, probably composed around 1514, is the four-voice Missa Pange Lingua, based on the plainchant hymn for the Feast of Corpus Christi. For example, Josquin inserts echoes consisting of small intervals, using vocal imitation manifested through the plangent half-step.  Most of his masses based on hymns are paraphrase masses. Most likely his last mass, it is an extended fantasia on the Pange Lingua hymn, and is one of Josquin's most famous mass settings. This edition must have functioned as model for the copying of the mass in the MSS Leipzig, Universittsbibliothek, MSS Thomaskirche 49/50, Regensburg, Bischfliche Zentralbibliothek, MS C100 and Rostock, Bibliothek der Wilhelm-Pieck-Universitt, MS Saec. 6 Sanctus *#218219 - 0.03MB, 2 pp. 2 Last edited on 15 February 2021, at 04:12, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Paraphrase_mass&oldid=1006852821. Like most musical settings of the mass Ordinary, it is in five parts: Most of the movements begin with literal quotations from the Pange lingua hymn, but the entire tune does not appear until near the end, in the last section of the Agnus Dei, when the superius (the highest voice) sings it in its entirety, in long notes, as though Josquin were switching back to the cantus-firmus style of the middle 15th century. 4 2 It was a common means of mass composition from the late 15th century until the end of the 16th century, during the Renaissance period in music history, and was most frequently used by composers in the parts of western Europe which remained under the direct control of the Roman Catholic Church. First commercially published in 1929. *#575454 - 0.10MB, 9 pp. By the 1470s or 1480s, the first masses appear that use paraphrase in more than one voice: two examples survive by Johannes Martini, the Missa domenicalis and the Missa ferialis. Dure : 4968 secondesNombre de pistes : 14Piste 1 : Salve Regina a5Piste 2 : Pange, lingua, glorisiPiste 3 : Missa Pange lingua : KyriePiste 4 : Ave Maria, Virgo SerenaPiste 5 : Missa Pange lingua : GloriaPiste 6 : Inviolata, integra, et casta esPiste 7 : Missa Pange lingua : CredoPiste 8 : Vivrai je tousjoursPiste 9 : El grilloPiste 10 : Missa Pange lingua : Sanctus - BenedictusPiste 11 . Moreover, its reading of the mass includes far more copying errors than the other copies of the mass from the scriptorium. , Mizler translation, tables XXIII, XXIV, XXVII, XXIX, XXX. Download and print in PDF or MIDI free sheet music for Missa Pange Lingua by Josquin des Prez arranged by saintandr for Tenor, Bass voice, Baritone, Voice (other) (Men's Choir) Browse Learn. In contrast to these readings, the Roman choirbook MS Santa Maria Maggiore 26, copied by several scribes between 1516 and 1520, furnishes a heavily-edited reading of the mass, in which under-third cadences are ommitted, ligatures resolved and a large number of rhythmic substitutions introduced. The Missa Pange lingua of Josquin des Prez: The vocal and choral music of the Renaissance provides a great wealth of repertoire for the small mixed choir composed of young and most ly untrained singers. Jeremy Noble: "Josquin des Prez", 12, Grove Music Online, ed. All voices are given equal weight, and the score achieves a motivic unity which was a significant change from previous practice. XVI C 4. 4 0.0/10 Credo Advertising space is available as well. In general the Phrygian mode of the setting does not allow strict melodic imitation at the fifth below the final. Since the style of the composition points to a rather late work by Josquin, singing of the mass may have been restricted for a period to the church of Cond. 6  The hymn, in the Phrygian mode, is in six musical phrases, of 10, 10, 8, 8, 8, and 9 notes respectively, corresponding to the six lines of the hymn. (-)- !N/!N/!N - 216 - Anastassia Rakitianskaia, III. . It was in this work that Josquin finally made the art of imitation, by which all the voices must be treated as being equal, of primary importance. 0.0/10 (-) - !N/!N/!N - 601 - MID - Reccmo, MID file (audio/video) 8 - Josquin's Missa Pange lingua is composed on material derived from the melody to which, from the 13th century onwards, Thomas of Aquinas's adaptation of a hymn by Venantius Fortunatus may have been most frequently sung. , Later in the 16th century, paraphrase remained a common technique for construction of masses, although it was employed far less frequently than was parody technique. 0.0/10 - 0.0/10 6 This source-based study reveals how Lutherans selected the Missa Pange lingua for performance over other available masses and adapted it for their liturgical and pedagogical needs. 7 2nd published: 1546 Nrnberg: Hans Ott 4 The Benedictus is truly a bold conception, taking the now-customary method of conjoined duets a stage further, by having just two voices answering each other in the most fragile of conversations. 10 A paraphrase mass is a musical setting of the Ordinary of the Mass that uses as its basis an elaborated version of a cantus firmus, typically chosen from plainsong or some other sacred source. Everyone agrees that it is a late work, quite possibly Josquins last mass, and in many ways his finest. 2 Take a look at this works in the Online Art Guide. Josquin - Missa Pange lingua & Missa La sol fa re mi. 6 0.0/10 - Constant flow more feasible because of increased variation in rhythm. Off. - Pange lingua, gloriosi, WAB33 - [05:48] 11. - Josquin wrote 18 mass settings during his lifetime and created a unique compositional method and sound world for each of them. After Pange lingua he finally turned away from this genre and began to concentrate on smaller forms in more than four voices. 8 *#572206 - 3.97MB - 4:20 - 4 0.0/10 If you are a member of an institution with an active account, you may be able to access content in one of the following ways: Typically, access is provided across an institutional network to a range of IP addresses. Some societies use Oxford Academic personal accounts to provide access to their members. A generation before him, the music of Dufay presented developing ideals of equal-voiced polyphony and of large-scale formal balance; later, Ockeghem exploited more of the imitative style and rhythmic intensity. 2 Its reading is in remarkable agreement with that in VatS16, but shares variant readings with JenaU 21 as well. *#203161 - 0.00MB - 2:12 - (-)- !N/!N/!N - 163 - Michrond, Trumpet 2 The Mass takes its name from the Corpus Christi hymn Pange lingua of St. Thomas Aquinas. 10 Since 1981, the group has made more than 40 critically acclaimed recordings on its own record label, Gimell; its 1987 recording of Josquin's Missa Pange Lingua and Missa La Sol Fa Re Mi won Gramophone's coveted Record of the Year. Everyone agrees that it is a late work, quite possibly Josquin's last mass, and in many ways his finest. 10 When on the institution site, please use the credentials provided by your institution. Its free-flowing polyphony, less rigorously canonic than that of his earlier works, is supple, expressive and extraordinarily beautiful, and contributes to a sonority that's unusually rich and luminous. Many compositions in fauxbourdon, a characteristic technique of the Burgundian School, use a paraphrased version of a plainchant tune in the highest voice. Composers of masses in those regions developed styles independently, and in both areas tended to use variations of the cantus firmus technique. Here you will find options to view and activate subscriptions, manage institutional settings and access options, access usage statistics, and more. Josquin Desprez: Messes - Pange lingua; De beata Virgine, Josquin des Prs: Missa Pange Lingua; Missa La Sol Fa Re Mi, Josquin Desprez: Missa Pange Lingua & Motets, Musica Sacra: Sacred Music through the Ages, The Great History of Belgian and Dutch Classical Music, Josquin: Missa Pange Lingua; Allegri: Missa Vidi turbam magnam. He composed fluently and well in every contemporary genre of music, sacred and secular. That Alamire's copyists must have worked with several exemplars of the complete mass is verified by the redaction of a third reading of the mass, transmitted in the choirbook Vienna, sterreichische Nationalbibliothek, Handschriftensammlung, Ms 4809, copied between 1521 and 1525 in the same scriptorium. The 1539 publisher even added the hymn's text under the notes at this point. (-)- !N/!N/!N - 164 - Michrond, ZIP typeset by arranger An almost identical reading, copied most probably from this source between 1518-1521, is transmitted by the Roman choirbook MS Cappella Giulia XII.2, as well as in some incomplete sets of partbooks in the Vatican Library, MSS Palatini Latini 1980-1981 and 1982, which were copied in Rome before 1523. Most likely his last mass, it is an extended fantasia on the Pange Lingua hymn, and is one of Josquin's most famous mass settings. Download and print in PDF or MIDI free sheet music for Missa Pange Lingua by Josquin des Prez arranged by mdg for Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass voice (Choral) Browse. (-) - !N/!N/!N - 132 - MP3 - Stenov, 6. As such, the Missa Pange lingua is considered to be one of the finest examples of a paraphrase mass..  Several passages in homophony are striking, and no more so than the setting of "et incarnatus est" in the Credo: here the text, "he became incarnate by the Holy Ghost from the Virgin Mary" is set to the complete melody from the original hymn which contains the words "Sing, O my tongue, of the mystery of the divine body. pp. - 140 is a more easily recognized cantus firmus work, a chorale cantata. 6 0.0/10 Title: Missa Pange Lingua *#203162 - 0.01MB - 3:16 - When on the society site, please use the credentials provided by that society. By choosing a model so brief and versatile, Josquin opened up a completely new world of musical referencing. 2 - The Missa Pange lingua is considered to be Josquin's last mass. XVI-71/73. Composer: Josquin Title: "Kyrie" from "Missa Pange Lingua" Date: 1514 Period: Renaissance Genre: Mass Rhythm, meter, and texture: Varied, flowing rhythms, in line with how Renaissance music favored varying rhythmic independence for the melodic lines. 2 *#572204 - 6.51MB - 7:06 - This page was last edited on 11 December 2022, at 02:45. 0.0/10 (-) - !N/!N/!N - 126 - MP3 - Stenov, 3. Ludwig Bhme & Kammerchor Josquin des Prez - Josquin Desprz: Missa Pange Lingua (2011) 17-01-2019, 04:08 Artist: Ludwig Bhme & Kammerchor Josquin des Prez Title: Josquin Desprz: Missa Pange Lingua Year Of Release: 2011 Genre: Classical Quality: FLAC (image + .cue, log, scans) Total Size: 249 MB This is the kind of simplicity that can inspire a composer who has tried it all. Given the quality of these unique readings, most of them may be the result of some performing practice outside the composer's control. 6 Click the account icon in the top right to: Oxford Academic is home to a wide variety of products. As an additional introduction to this style of setting, the editorial underlay of the Ordinary texts (which sometimes deviates from the setting's edition in the New Josquin Edition) may demonstrate the way in which the composer generated his inspiration. In the Missa pange lingua, all voices carry variants of the hymn, with the beginnings of successive phrases marking points of imitation in the mass. (-)- !N/!N/!N - 134 - Michrond, Bass trombone A personal account can be used to get email alerts, save searches, purchase content, and activate subscriptions. Yet one of these twins must have included a rather peculiar anomaly: in BrusBR IV.922 Josquin's rather long and sophisticated two-voice settings of the 'Pleni sunt' and 'Benedictus' are replaced by shorter settings, taken over from the Missa Es hat ein sinn by Mathieu Gascongne. . Credo - [06:45] 04. Its second phrase is used in the next section, phrases three and four appear in the Christe, and phrases five and six in the second Kyrie. It sums up some of the things he was striving to perfect in his earlier settings, while advancing his compositional language towards the methods of the mid-16th century. Klenz p. 169: "Well known to students of counterpoint as an imposed cantus firmus, this sequence of notes is one of the most gnomic groupings of tones ever devised by Western music". Apart from the absence of the original 'Pleni sunt celi,' the 'Benedictus' and the second Agnus dei sections, BrusBR IV.922 has no particular errors, but includes 8 unique readings: three melodic variants, one rhythmic substitution, two unique ligatures and two variant cadence formulas. The early Missa Lami Baudichon shows the young composer at the beginning of his career, exploring what he could do with the form. Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. Do not use an Oxford Academic personal account. 10 (-) - !N/!N/!N - 779 - MP3 - Stenov, 4 more: 2. 2 This group of sources from the 'Alamire' scriptorium clearly demonstrates that Josquin himself was not directly involved in the dissemination of his mass by way of the 'Alamire' scriptorium. - 4 "1 Equally distant from Josquin's original intentions is the reading of the Mass in the mid-16th-century MS Milan, Bibl. 10 (-)- !N/!N/!N - 134 - Michrond, Engraving files (Finale) - 1986 American Choral Directors Association Most likely his last mass, it is an extended fantasia on the Pange Lingua hymn, and is one of Josquin's most famous mass settings. It was common in the early and middle 15th century for a work such as a motet to use an embellished plainchant melody as its source, with the melody usually in the topmost voice.
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