This is a famous sheet music and it was published many times during the 19th century. It is an extract from the sacred music collection “Sacri concentus 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 et 12 voci” which was published at the beginning of the 17th century. Hassler traveled to Venice to learn new things from A. Gabrieli. Italy inspired him to write this sheet music. The syllabic style enhances “Cantate,” “salutare” and “mirabilia.” This sheet music is a perfect example of binary and ternary equivalence. The soft swing to binary is realized through a rhythmic hemiola on 20 and 21 bars. Half notes are played with the same length but with a different beat. The ternary section is wider, and it corresponds to the text’s meaning.