Cantiones Sacrae Quinis Vocibus Cantiones Sacrae Quinis Vocibus

Cantiones Sacrae Quinis Vocibus

Both McEldowney and White felt that UOP had a strength in its music list. Dr White continued to build up the publications list in this area despite the fact that the Press had been 're-viewed, re-structured, re-located as well as re-staffed.’ The Press published Anthony Ritchie’s Music for Tristan (1990), reprinted Douglas Lilburns’s Chaconne for piano (1990), and initiated a full-score publication of Jack Speir’s Cantico del Sole, commissioned by the Schola Cantorum of Dunedin to commemorate its 125th Jubilee. Philips’s Cantiones Sacrae Quinis Vocibus, originally appearing in Antwerp in 1612, was computer-set by John Steele, designed by White, and printed by the University Printery in 1992.

Peter Philips, Cantiones Sacrae Quinis Vocibus, Antwerp 1612. Transcribed and edited by John Steele (1992).

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