PRS Music March 2020

Copy the voice that you want to play at our March meeting or copy out all the parts that you would like to keep. If you want to copy everything, copy the last item, which contains all the parts for all pieces in one file.

“Ihr Musici, frisch auf!” This piece invites musicians to each take

their part in the festivities.  It works for recorders, strings, and reeds.

Ihr Musici – 6pt – Hassler – Staff 6

Ihr Musici – 6pt – Hassler – Staff 5

Ihr Musici – 6pt – Hassler – Staff 4

Ihr Musici – 6pt – Hassler – Staff 3

Ihr Musici – 6pt – Hassler – Staff 2

Ihr Musici – 6pt – Hassler – Staff 1

Ave maris stella” by one of John Dunstable’s contemporaries, Leonel Power, preserved in the Old Hall manuscript.

Ave maris stella – 4pt in G mixo 8va – Power

Ave maris stella – 4pt in G mixo – Power

“Bourées” from J.S. Bach’s Orchestral Suite no. 4,

also known as “the Joyful Suite.”

Orch Suite 4 – II Bourees – 5 recs in F – Bach – Staff 5cb

Orch Suite 4 – II Bourees – 5 recs in F – Bach – Staff 5

Orch Suite 4 – II Bourees – 5 recs in F – Bach – Staff 4

Orch Suite 4 – II Bourees – 5 recs in F – Bach – Staff 3

Orch Suite 4 – II Bourees – 5 recs in F – Bach – Staff 2

Orch Suite 4 – II Bourees – 5 recs in F – Bach – Staff 1s

Orch Suite 4 – II Bourees – 5 recs in F – Bach – Staff 1

Alarme Alarme” by the ars subtilior composer, Grimace, that starts

with the lyric “To arms, to arms, no time to waste, for my weary heart

is weeping!”

Alarme alarme – 3pt in C SABB – Grimace

Alarme alarme – 3pt in C – Grimace

Canzon 12,” from one of Giovanni Gabrieli’s majestic double choir pieces from his “Canzoni e sonate” of 1615.

(Gayle will pass out the music at the meeting.)

This is one file containing all the parts for all of the pieces.
!All Music- PRS 3-1-2020