Ignatio Donati

Ave, regina cælorum

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Edited by Brian Clark.
16pp. Professionally printed in Scotland by DU-Print.
Scoring: Soprano solo, continuo.
ISMN 979-0-708142-95-9
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Benedictus Dominus

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Edited by Brian Clark.
12pp. Professionally printed in Germany by Frick Digital.
Scoring: SATTB, continuo.
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Confitebor, tibi, Domine

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Edited by Brian Clark.
16pp. Professionally printed in Germany by Frick Digital.
Scoring: SSATTB, continuo.
PLEASE NOTE: This edition does not include a continuo realization.
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Congratulamini mihi

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Edited by Dennis Collins.
8pp.
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This trio for Sopranos (or Tenors) is cast as an echo piece, and will work well with spatially separated voices.

Conserva me, Domine

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Edited by Brian Clark.
20pp. Professionally printed in Germany by Frick Digital.
Scoring: SATTB, continuo.
PLEASE NOTE: This edition does not include a continuo realization.
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Da mihi Domine

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Edited by Dennis Collins.
4pp.
Scoring: Soprano (or Tenor) solo and continuo.
PLEASE NOTE: This edition does not include a continuo realization. If you require one, please tick the box. Remember, it may take a week to produce a continuo part.
This setting of texts suitable for male or female singers (the first part from the Book of Wisdom) comes from Donati's Op. 5 collection, which was first published in 1618.

Domine ne in furore tuo

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One of Donati's motets aimed at teaching young singers to ornament, this is a setting of verses from Psalm 6.
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One of Donati's motets aimed at teaching young singers to ornament, this is a setting of verses from Psalm 6.

Edited by Dennis Collins.
4pp. Professionally printed in Scotland by DU-Print.
Scoring: Soprano solo, continuo.
PLEASE NOTE: This edition does not include a continuo realization.
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Ego dormio

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Edited by Dennis Collins.
4pp.
Scoring: Soprano or Tenor solo, continuo.
PLEASE NOTE: This edition does not include a continuo realization. If you require one, please tick the box. Remember, it may take a week to produce a continuo part.
Taken from the composer's 1619 book of solo motets, "Ego dormio" sets a text from The Song of Songs for either soprano or tenor. Donati uses descending scales to represent the singer falling asleep, and faster notes to denote his or her excitement when the loved one knocks on the door.

Exaudisti Domine

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Edited by Dennis Collins.
4pp.
Scoring: Soprano solo and continuo.
PLEASE NOTE: This edition does not include a continuo realization. If you require one, please tick the box. Remember, it may take a week to produce a continuo part.
This setting of a text from the Pentecost liturgy (asking the Lord to bless his church) also comes from the 1636 didactic set, Op. 14. Here again passages of declamation are interspersed with flourishes, the most dramatic of them reserved for "in toto corde" and "Deus".

Gaudens gaudebo

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Edited by Dennis Collins.
4pp.
Scoring: Soprano, Bass and continuo.
PLEASE NOTE: This edition does not include a continuo realization. If you require one, please tick the box. Remember, it may take a week to produce a continuo part.
This fine duet for soprano and bass comes from Donati's Op. 5 Concerti Ecclesiastici, first published in 1618. The jubilant text from Isaiah 61 is set mostly imitatively, although there are short passages of declamation for both singers as well. There is none of the virtuosity associated with the composer's solo motets.

In te, Domine, speravi

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Edited by Brian Clark.
4pp.
Scoring: 2 sopranos or 2 tenors, continuo.
A duet for two sopranos or tenors, this setting of texts based on Psalms 30 and 70 comes from the composer's fourth book of Concerti Ecclesiastici of 1618.

O altitudo divitiarum

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Donati set this verse from the Epistle to the Romans as a demonstration to young singers of how they ought to ornament such short motets.
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Donati set this verse from the Epistle to the Romans as a demonstration to young singers of how they ought to ornament such short motets.

Edited by Dennis Collins.
4pp. Professionally printed in Scotland by DU-Print.
Scoring: Soprano solo, continuo.
PLEASE NOTE: This edition does not include a continuo realization.
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O Dominum, salvum me fac

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Edited by Brian Clark.
8pp.
Scoring: SATTB, continuo.
PLEASE NOTE: This edition does not include a continuo realization. If you require one, please tick the box. Remember, it may take a week to produce a continuo part.
This is the first piece in Donati's Motetti Concertati of 1627. The setting of words from psalm 117 is suitable for solo voices or choir, and lasts around four minutes.

Obstupescite caeli

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Edited by Dennis Collins.
8pp.
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The three Soprano (or Tenor) voices in this setting of verses from Jeremiah are introduced one at a time. They then join for a prayer for deliverance from the evils of the world.

Salve regina

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Edited by Dennis Collins.
4pp.
Scoring: Soprano solo and continuo.
PLEASE NOTE: This edition does not include a continuo realization. If you require one, please tick the box. Remember, it may take a week to produce a continuo part.
This Marian antiphon setting comes from the composer's Il secondo libro de motetti a voce sola, first published in 1636. It was printed "for the education of boys and girls" although several passages in the present work are clearly aimed at Donati's more able pupils! There are several vocal flourishes, though none as ornate as the final "Virgo Maria".

Tua Jesu dilectio

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Edited by Brian Clark.
8pp. Professionally printed in Germany by Frick Digital.
Scoring: SSATB, continuo.
PLEASE NOTE: This edition does not include a continuo realization.
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If you plan to perform this work with a large choir, please email us to negotiate a special price for extra scores.

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