Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da, 1525?-1594
- Existence: [1525,1526]
- Existence: 15940202
- Palestrina (Italy) (Place of Birth)
- Rome (Italy) (Place of Death)
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Adoramus te, Christe, 1964
Adoramus te, Christe / G.P. da Palestrina ; Richard Proulx This work, written originally by Palestrina, was edited by Proulx in 1964. The work is composed for mixed-voice choir, and was located in the Proulx "Black Box" collection in a box entitled "Itali
Agnus Dei II
Agnus Dei II Gregorian Mass XVIII Missa Brevis, G. P. da Palestrina Appears to be copy of published score for Agnus Dei II with chant introduction for cantor, probably by Proulx. SSATB
Alleluia, the strife is o'er, 1976
"Alleluia, the Strife is O'er". Victory-Horns. Score arranged by Richard Proulx, 76. Tune: "Victory" (Giovanni da Palestrina). 1 manuscript score by Proulx's hand. 1 manuscript of horn parts by Proulx's hand.
This arrangement was written by Proulx in 1976. There are two manuscripts in this file: the score; and horn parts. There are some discrepancies between the two manuscripts that would need to be corrected if this would ever be published.
Dum Complerentur Now When the Day, 1967
"Dum complerentur dies Pentecostes, erant omnes pariter dicentes: alleluia..." "Now when the day of Pentecost had come, they were gathered all together, saying: alleluia..." Motet for six voices (SAATTB) for the feast of Pentecost Markings in pencil throu
Laudate! Organ Music Based on the 100 Most Popular Hymns in Worship III and Gather. Includes four compositions by Richard Proulx: p. 8: Fughetta on "When in Our Music God Is Glorified" or "We Know That Christ Is Raised" (ENGELBERG). p. 11: Trumpet Tune on "Christ the Lord is Risen Today, Alleluia" or "Hail the Day that Sees Him Rise" (LLANFAIR) p. 24: Two Versets on BUNESSAN. p. 77: "The Strife is O'er, the Battle Done" (VICTORY). 2 scores from different printings.
Lenten concert -75 no. I, 1975
The collection consists of hundreds of original manuscripts, published works, correspondence, sound recordings, and Proulx's substantial reference collection.
Lenten concert - 1973, 1973
Title from container side excerpt. Contents as transcribed from back of container: Lenten concert : St. Thomas Choir & Orch. 13 April, 1973 Side 1: Albinoni Adagio (Kathy Hayes, organ) Bach Cantata 78 (Bill Copeland, continuo) taken out for record pressin
O Bone Jesu, Exaudi Me O Blessed Jesu, Hear Thou My Prayer
"O bone Jesu, exaudi me..." "O blessed Jesu, hear Thou my prayer..." Motet for Double Choir Markings in pencil throughout the score
Sicut cervus desiderat
Sicut cervus desiderat / G.P. da Palestrina ; Richard Proulx. This work was written originally by Palestrina for mixed voices. Proulx has taken the score and written in crescendos, additional dynamics and tempo interpretations.
This is a photocopy of a published piece. It has not been altered by Proulx.
Six hymn preludes, 1997
6 Hymn Preludes, settings by Richard Proulx. Trumpet Tune on LLANFAIR, Robert Williams. Prelude on ST. THOMAS, John F. Wade. Two Versets on BUNESSAN, Gaelic folk melody. Fughetta on ENGELBERG, Charles V. Stanford. Rondo on SONG OF ST. PATRICK, Marty Haugen. Canzona on VICTORY, Giovanni P. da Palestrina.