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O Virgo benedicta

O Virgo benedicta

(Code: A111309270)
An example of a composition with simple structure, short sentences and imitation at all voices. We notice it in the first part of the motet (1-41) before a harmonious break - worship of the Virgin (42-45) - then a final part (46-73) matching in the first one both in the formal balance and by the usage repeated but varied by the first melodic theme C - E - G.This composer and singer from Spain exercised his activity in the papal chapel of Rome in the decade 1520, chapel which preserved a large number of its works.
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An example of a composition with simple structure, short sentences and imitation at all voices. We notice it in the first part of the motet (1-41) before a harmonious break - worship of the Virgin (42-45) - then a final part (46-73) matching in the first one both in the formal balance and by the usage repeated but varied by the first melodic theme C - E - G.This composer and singer from Spain exercised his activity in the papal chapel of Rome in the decade 1520, chapel which preserved a large number of its works.