Missarum Liber primus


Collection of masses in four parts (SATB).


Standardised TitleMissarum Liber primus
Transcribed TitleMissarum Liber primus.
Variant Title[Missarum diversorum authorum Liber primus.]
Imprint[Venice] : [Andreas Antiquus], [1520?]
FormatCopy at K.8.b.7.(1.). Tenor (10 leaves); original foliation: 13-22 f.; paper dimensions: 108 x 160 mm. Folio 15 is incorrectly printed as 1, and 22 is printed on the verso of fol. 21 rather than the following leaf.
PlaceVenice, Italy
TypePrinted music

British Library K.8.b.7.(1.)

Related Resource

Joannis Mouton Opera omnia, ed. A.C. Minor and T.G. MacCracken, CMM, xliii (1967–).  

François Lesure, ed., Recueils imprimés XVIe-XVII1 siècles (München-Duisberg: G. Henle Verlag 1960), Vol 1, Liste chronologique. 


RISM B/I, 15211

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The first work by Jean Mouton; the second work attributed in this publication to Andreas De Silva is attributed in Grove to Constanzo Festa and is known as Missa carminum.

Copy at K.8.b.7.(1.). Imperfect. Tenor part book only. Brown leather binding with decorative tooling. Gold lettering on front and back: TENOR. Gold lettering on spine: MASSES, ETC. - TENOR. Manuscript annotation on the final leaf with words from Agnus Dei.

Indexed terms

Festa, Costanzo, d. 1545. Missa carminum. 
Mouton, Jean, d. 1522. Missa Tua est potentia. 
Antico, Andrea, fl. 1517, printer. 
Andrea Antico (Firm), printer.

Table of Contents

[Missa Tua est Potentia] / Joannes Mouton -- Missa [diversorum tenorum] / Andreas de Sylva.

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