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Lucrezia Borgia's Daughter: Princess, nun and musician ()

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  1. Tribulationes civitatum audivimus, motet for 5 voices (Musica quinque vocum motteta materna lingua vocata)
  2. Suscipe verbum, virgo Maria, motet for 5 voices (Musica quinque vocum motteta materna lingua vocata)
  3. Haec dies quam fecit Dominus, organum duplum
  4. Ego sum panis vitae, motet for 5 voices (Musica quinque vocum motteta materna lingua vocata)
  5. O salutaris Hostia, motet au Saint-Sacrement
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  1. Tribulationes civitatum audivimus, motet for 5 voices (Musica quinque vocum motteta materna lingua vocata)
  2. Suscipe verbum, virgo Maria, motet for 5 voices (Musica quinque vocum motteta materna lingua vocata)
  3. Haec dies quam fecit Dominus, organum duplum
  4. Ego sum panis vitae, motet for 5 voices (Musica quinque vocum motteta materna lingua vocata)
  5. O salutaris Hostia, motet au Saint-Sacrement
  6. Veni sponsa Christi, motet for 5 voices (Musica quinque vocum motteta materna lingua vocata)
  7. Salve sponsa Dei, motet for 5 voices (Musica quinque vocum motteta materna lingua vocata)
  8. Hodie Simon Petrus, motet for 5 voices (Musica quinque vocum motteta materna lingua vocata)
  9. Ave sanctissima Maria, motet
  10. Sicut lilium inter spinas, motet for 5 voices (Musica quinque vocum motteta materna lingua vocata)
  11. Angelus Domini descendit, motet for 5 voices (Musica quinque vocum motteta materna lingua vocata)
  12. Felix namque es, motet for 5 voices (Musica quinque vocum motteta materna lingua vocata)
  13. Angustiae mihi sunt, motet for 5 voices (Musica quinque vocum motteta materna lingua vocata)
  14. O beate Christi confessor, motet for 5 voices (Musica quinque vocum motteta materna lingua vocata)
  15. Iste est Joannes, motet for 5 voices (Musica quinque vocum motteta materna lingua vocata)
  16. Angeli archangeli troni, motet for 5 voices (Musica quinque vocum motteta materna lingua vocata)
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An anonymous collection of motets published in 1543, Musica quinque vocum motteta materna lingua vocata may have been composed by a princess, Leonora d'Este, the daughter of Alfonso I d'Este, Duke of Ferrara, and Lucrezia Borgia. According to research by Laurie Stras, who, with Deborah Roberts, directs Musica Secreta and Celestial Sirens on this 2017 release from Obsidian, the collection is connected to the convent of Corpus Domini in Ferrara, where Leonora was a nun and a musician, and quite possibly the director of the ...

Lucrezia Borgia's Daughter: Princess, nun and musician 2017, Obsidian Records

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