[Ascertained]
Quicumque vult salvus esse, Coro (3), org in 11th tone (Ionian)
Other title: Símbolo de San Atanasio
Manuscript copy E-Zac , LS-19
Text author:
Scoring summary: Coro (3), org
Language of Text: Latin
Subject: Hours of the Office
Scoring: S (2), T, Coro 1: S (2), Coro 1: T, Coro 2: S, Coro 2: A, Coro 2: T, Coro 2: B, Coro 3: S, Coro 3: A, Coro 3: T, Coro 3: B, org
Liturgical festival: Trinitatis
Original Title: Simbolo de San Athanasio Quicumque vult, a 11
Material:
  • Source type:
    Source type: Manuscript copy
    Content type: Notated music
    Date:
    1652
    Material:
    Format, extent: 12 parts
    Dimensions: 250 x 350 mm
    Parts held and extent: Coro 1: S 1, 2, T, Coro 2: S, A, T, B, Coro 3: S, A, T, B, org: f.1-6, 17-22, 9-14, 33-38, 49-54, 41-46, 57-62, 65-70, 79-83, 73-77, 87-92, 25-30
Shelfmark (olim): LS-Ms.d'
Former owner:
Former owner:
Incipits:
1.1.1; Despacio; S 1; Padre; 11t
(t)
Quicumque vult salvus esse, ante omnia
Roles: Hijo, Espíritu Santo, Padre
Notes: Book (94 folios) with the parts followed one after another and one notebook with 10 pages for each part. Include 2 printed letters: 1) Explanation of the musical composition, titled: "Copia de Carta que escrivio [...]"; 2) About if the application of commedia procedures in sacred music is allowed or it's not, titled: "En la apologia del Doctor Ivan Perez de Montalvan [...]"
Commanded by Juan de Arruego (canon of La Seo cathedral in Zaragoza), to Urbán de Vargas (at those moment, maestro de capilla in Burgos Cathedral). Arruego gave a big quantity of money for singing this piece in perpetuity
The same composition also appears in Valencia Cathedral and in Huesca Cathedral (in a reduction of the 18th Century), two places were Vargas was maestro de capella, as well as in Burgos and Zaragoza cathedrals
Canticum (symbol of the faith or Credo) for singing at the prime
Bibliographic reference: p.314-315
Library (siglum) shelfmark: LS-19
RISM ID no.: 100500053
Last update: August 18, 2023