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List of publications by Ottaviano Petrucci

This is a list of all known publications by Ottaviano Petrucci, an influential Italian printer of the 16th century. Most of these were reprinted several times during Petrucci's life, but in this list only dates of first publication are given. Some of the earlier publications (for instance, the Josquin masses) were reprinted separately, in Fossombrone, after Petrucci moved there around 1510; these reprints are listed. The vast majority of Petrucci's publications were published in Venice; those from his Fossombrone years are marked accordingly.

List of publications

Vocal

Secular

  • Harmonice Musices Odhecaton A (1501; 2nd ed, 1503; 3rd ed, 1504)
  • Canti B numero cinquanta (1502; 2nd ed, 1503)
  • Canti C cento cinquanta (1504)
  • Frottole I (1504)
  • Frottole II (1505)
  • Frottole III (1505)
  • Frottole IV (1505)
  • Frottole V (1505)
  • Frottole VI (1506)
  • Frottole VII (1507)
  • Frottole IX (1509)
  • Franciscus Bossinensis: Tenori e contrabassi I (1509)
  • Franciscus Bossinensis: Tenori e contrabassi II (1511, Fossombrone)
  • Frottole X (1512, Fossombrone, lost)
  • Frottole XI (1514, Fossombrone)
  • Bernardo Pisano: Musica (1520, Fossombrone)

Sacred

Masses
Motets
  • Motetti A (1502)
  • Motetti de passione [...] B (1503)
  • Motetti C (1504)
  • Motetti IV (1505)
  • Motetti a cinque I (1505)
  • Motetti de la corona [I] (1514, Fossombrone)
  • Motetti de la corona II (1519, Fossombrone)
  • Motetti de la corona III (1519, Fossombrone)
  • Motetti de la corona IV (1519, Fossombrone)
Other genres
  • Lamentationum Jeremie I (1506)
  • Lamentationum Jeremie II (1506)
  • Magnificats I (1507, lost)
  • Johannes Martini: Hymnorum I (1507, lost)
  • Laude II (1508)
  • Dammonis: Laude I (1508)

Lute

Non-musical

References

  • Stanley Boorman, Ottaviano Petrucci: Catalogue Raissonne, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2006. pp. 411–413. ISBN 0-19-514207-1
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