Polish Music Journal
Vol. 1, No. 2. Winter 1998. ISSN 1521 - 6039
List of Musical Examples
Ex. 1: Examples of rhythms emphasizing natural accents of the text from the four concerti: a) Benedictio et claritas; b) Currite populi; c) Ingredimini omnes, d) Plaudite manibus.
Ex. 2a: Bass solo accompanied by 2 violins and b.c. in Benediction et claritas.
Ex. 2b,2c: Bass solo accompanied by 2 violins and b.c. in b) Plaudite manibus; c) Ingredimini omnes.
Ex. 3: Bass solo in Deus in nomine tuo (similar to the part in Ingredimini omnes, Ex. 2c).
Ex. 4a: Basso continuo with wind instruments in Plaudite manibus.
Ex. 4b Basso continuo with wind instruments in Plaudite manibus, continued.
Ex. 5: Variation technique used in one voice (Canto I) in Currite populi.
Ex. 6: Imitation between two sopranos in Plaudite manibus.
Ex. 7a: Bithematic imitation in Ingredimini omnes. The parts of brass instruments are not reproduced.
Ex. 7b: Bithematic imitation, simiarity to Veni Domine.
Ex. 8a: Duet of Alto and Tenor I in Currite populi, m. 108-113. The parts of brass instruments are not reproduced here.
Ex. 8b: Duet of two Sopranos in Currite populi.
Ex. 9: Similar segments tutti in two concerti: a) Currite populi; b) Audite et admiramini. Parts of violins and brass instruments that double the voices are not reproduced here.
Ex. 10a: Imitative texture in a couplet from Currite populi.
Ex. 10b: Imitative texture in Dixit Dominus from Vesperae Dominicales, similar to Ex. 10a.
Ex. 11: Pattern in basso continuo in Currite populi (similarity to the bass line in Dixit Dominus, quoted in Ex. 10b).
NOTE: Examples from Benedictio et claritas (Ex. 1a), Audite et admiramini, Dixit Dominus from Vesperae Dominicales, Deus in nomine tuo and Veni Domine are based on the edition in Marcin Mielczewski: Opera omnia, vol. 2 Koncerty wokalno-instrumentalne [Vocal-instrumental concerti], ed. Z. M. Szweykowski (in Monumenta Musicae in Polonia, ed. Jerzy Morawski; Kraków: PWM Edition, 1976). Examples from Currite populi, Ingredimini omnes, and Plaudite manibus are quoted from the editons by the author, Barbara Przybyszewska-Jarmińska, Warsaw: Pro Musica Camerata Edition, 1996, 1997. All examples used by permission.
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Editor: Maria Anna Harley. Publisher: Polish Music Reference Center
Design: Maria Anna Harley & Marcin Depinski. 10 - 30 December 1998.
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