Puer Natus Est Nobis




Puer Natus Est Nobis

Puer natus est nobis, et filius datus est nobis: cuius imperium super humerum eius: et vocabitur nomen eius, magni consilii Angelus A child is born to us, and a Son is given to us: Whose government is upon His shoulder: and His Name shall be called, the Angel of Great Counsel. Cantate Domino canticum novum: quia mirabilia fecit.

Title: Puer natus est nobis Composer: William Byrd. Number of voices: 4vv Voicings: SATB or AATB Genre: Sacred, Motet, Gradual for Christmas Day. Language: Latin Instruments: A cappella. First published: in Gradualia II, no. 1 Description: Introit for Third Mass of the Nativity and for the Octave of the Nativity. External websites.

 · The Missa Puer natus est nobis is something of an oddity: a seven-voice work with no treble (soprano) parts. It is an open question why Tallis chose these forces, with the most likely explanation being the preference of the Spanish king, who was in residence in England in and /

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 · Unto Us A Child Is Born - Puer Natus Est Nobis - Tudor Christmas Music By Tallis And Byrd Handel and Haydn Society Classical · Preview SONG TIME Propers For The Nativity: I. Introit: Puer Natus Est Nobis. By William Byrd. 1. PREVIEW Propers For The Nativity: II.


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  1.  · Puer natus est nobis is the introit for the Mass of Christmas Day and, in the Extraordinary Form, its Octave. It is drawn from Isaiah ; the verse is from Psalm 98 and the antiphon is repeated after the Gloria Patri. Morales and Macchi set a shorter (and unidentified) text with 2 verses from Luke and John with alleluias.

  2. Puer Natus Est Nobis is still among the most popular Gregorian antiphons today, and is sung in mode 7, the mixolydian mode. This version appears to date years after the death of Pope St Gregory, emerging as long ago as the year Later Medieval manuscripts were to set it in mode 8, the hypomixoydian mode. As an Introit or.

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