Missa S. This Credo has, in turn, been placed into a collection of mass texts by Lotti to form a complete mass setting. Lotti also wrote a setting of the Crucifixus for 10 voices , which is from his Credo in D minor ; one for 6 voices which is from his Credo in G minor for double choir; two for 4 voices from his two Credo in B flat settings; and one for 5 voices. All of these works are available from Ancient Groove Music. Lotti lived and worked in Dresden from , though the work was likely written in Venice before that. For this section of the Credo, the continuo alone backs the choir; the remaining instruments are tacet, and the choir doubles to 8 parts.
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Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. The KyrieGloria and Credo are found individually in other manuscripts, ascribed to Lotti, and their authorship is not in doubt. The oltti play throughout the work, except for the Crucifixuswhere the choir divides into 8 parts, accompanied only by the continuo.
There is one more venue for which Lotti is known to crucifoxus composed sacred music, namely, the Dresden court of Friedrich Augustus I, Elector of Saxony where Lotti was in residence from to This gives way to quaver movement before moving back to the slow sustained harmonies of the opening. He returned to his job at San Marco in Venice in and remained there until his death in Parts have been editorially created to allow a variety of bass instruments to perform the work: Prague Cathedral Archive, Prague.
Some of his sacred choral works are unaccompanied a cappella but many of them are composed in the concertato style with strings, basso continuo, and occasionally oboes and trumpets. Organ accompaniment is included, though the works could all be performed unaccompanied. Hyperion Records Ancient Groove Music has also discovered manuscripts in which the Credo is part of a complete mass setting in F, the Missa Sancti Christophorialso available.
Crucifixus etiam pro nobis sub Pontio Pilato. This motet is a section of a Credo in Ffor four voices with string and continuo accompaniment, found in a manuscript in Dresden. Lotti wrote in a variety of forms, producing massescantatasmadrigalsaround thirty operasand instrumental music. In this work, the music of the Benedictus and Agnus Dei reprises material from earlier sections of the mass. Lotti lived and worked in Dresden fromthough crucifixux work was likely written in Venice before that.
From the British Library, an early 19th century ms in score. He was indeed crucified for us at the hands of Pontius Pilate. Lotti was born in Venicealthough his father Matteo was Kapellmeister at Hanover at the time.
Views Read Edit View history. The major editorial task is realising the figured bass and adjusting the figures for the revised key signature. Performers will require 2 full scores: Introduction English One might be forgiven, when listening to the church music of Antonio Lotti c—for thinking that he was a Venetian composer contemporary with Palestrina in the High Renaissance. Hyperion offers both CDs, and downloads in a number of formats. The continuo part is unnamed and contains no figures, but does have tremolos.
A complete Credo for 4 voices throughout. In Dresden he also composed a handful of operas, including Odii del Sangue delusi.
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