Diogo Dias Melgás: Salve Regina

Diogo Dias Melgás: Salve Regina

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Media: Sheet Music
Arrangement: SATB (SATB)
Skill Level: Easy - Explain this
Composer: Diogo Dias Melgás
Series: Musica Dei donum
Catalogue #: 9780193385566


This edition of the Salve Regina by Portuguese composer Diogo Dias Melgás (1638-1700) is the first published version of the work, which has previously only been available in a library edition. Suitable for liturgical or concert performance, this setting is in four equally active parts throughout, each of which takes the initial plainsong motif at the opening. The effectiveness of this moving work lies in the skilful manipulation of simple motivic material, through the use of devices such as parallel writing, sequences, repetition, suspensions, and hocket. The vocal score is presented alongside detailed performance and editorial notes, and an optional basso continuo part appears as an appendix.

Salve Regina is featured on The Sixteen's CD 'A Goldern Age of Portugese Music', conducted by Harry Christophers (COR16020).

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Salve Regina

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Published on: 17/01/2013
Format: Vocal Score
Length: 16 pages
Language: Latin
Publisher: Oxford University Press

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