Looking for Tenebrae Responsories of Giovanni Battista Martini
  • TenebraeTenebrae
    Posts: 3
    Goodnight:
    I am the director of a male choir that is dedicated to liturgical singing in Spain.
    I'm looking for the Tenebrae Responsories by Martini to sing them next Easter with a male choir.
    We have sung on other occasions In Monte Olivetti and Tristis estanima mea, but I find it very difficult to find others.
    If anyone had them, I would appreciate it if you would give them to me.
    Greetings to all
    Thanked by 1StimsonInRehab
  • I, too, would be interested in additional responsories. We've used the In Monte and the Tristis Est, but have been challenged finding other responsories.
  • Richard MixRichard Mix
    Posts: 1,648
    First, let your petitions be known unto IMSLP. Bologna, Civico Museo Bibliografico Musicale has the largest collection of mss.; a study by Wiechens is said to catalogue the vocal works.
    Thanked by 1Tenebrae
  • I got some of them, will scan them and send you.
    Dirk Maes
    Voces Capituli
  • TenebraeTenebrae
    Posts: 3
    thank you very much to all. to see if among all we can get all the reponsories and keep celebrating this liturgy, which in Spain has practically been lost and we are some trying to give it a boost.
    regards
  • ghmus7
    Posts: 1,002
    I would be very interested is as well!
    Our male choir has done the Tristesse and the Olivet many times.
    I seem to remember there is a Mass by him online somewhere.

    If any of you like in a large city, you could search in a university music library, they must be published somewhere.
  • StimsonInRehabStimsonInRehab
    Posts: 1,400
    Voces, I'd be interested too.
  • Matty
    Posts: 20
    And me, too, please.
  • for the vocal works, you might go to http://www.abebooks.com and search on
    "Die Kompositionstheorie und das kirchenmusikalische Schaffen Padre Martinis"

    I see two copies which are not TOO steep.
    Thanked by 1Incardination