Latin Acquisitions during September 2018

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Sacred music from the Lambeth choirbook
Fayrfax, Robert, 1464-1521
Madison [Wis.] : A-R Editions, ©1985
Mass Regali ex progenie -- Magnificat "Regale" -- Aeterne laudis lilium.
Paddock M2 .R2384 v.69

Missa brevis : in B, für Soli (SATB), Chor (SATB), 2 Trompeten, 2 Violinen und Generalbass
Brixi, František Xaver, 1732-1771, composer
Bonn : Dr. J. Butz Musikverlag, 2018
Paddock M2010.B84 M57 2018

Magnificat du premier ton : du manuscrit 5 de Valladolid : ensemble vocal ou choeur a 4 voix (SATB)
Morales, Cristóbal de, approximately 1500-1553, composer
Lyon : Symétrie, [2016]
Paddock M2092.M673 M34 no.1-2 2016

De monstris et monstrosis, quam mirabilis, bonus, et iustus, in mundo administrando, sit Deus, monstrantibus
Stengel, Georg, 1584-1651
Ingolstadij : Apud Gregorium Haenlin, Sumtu Ioannis Wagneri, anno 1647
Rauner Rare Book QL991 .S68 1647

Missa cortilla : super fa re ut fa sol la : du manuscrit 5 de Valladolid : ensemble vocal ou chœur à 4 voix (ATBB)
Morales, Cristóbal de, approximately 1500-1553, composer
Lyon : Symetrie, [2016]
Kyrie -- Gloria -- Credo -- Sanctus -- Sanctus (Silos) -- Hosanna (Silos) -- Agnus Dei (Tolède).
Paddock M2011.M67 C67 2016

Penderecki conducts Penderecki. Vol. 1
Penderecki, Krzysztof, 1933- conductor
Poland : Warner Music Poland, [2016]
Paddock Compact Disc M2020.P45 P46 2016

Sicut cervus ad fluenta cursitat = Wie der dürstende Hirsch : für SATB, Orchester und Orgel
Haydn, Michael, 1737-1806, composer
Bonn : Dr. J. Butz Musikverlag, 2018
Paddock M2020.H46 S53 2018

The annals of Tacitus. Book 4
Tacitus, Cornelius, author
New York : Cambridge University Press, 2018
Book 4 of Tacitus' Annals, described by Sir Ronald Syme as 'the best that Tacitus ever wrote', covers the years AD 23-28, the pivotal period in the principate of the emperor Tiberius. Under the malign influence of Sejanus, the henchman who duped him and was loaded with honours, Tiberius withdrew to the island of Capri and was never again seen in Rome, where the treason trials engendered an atmosphere of terror. The volume presents a new text of Book 4, as well as a full commentary on the text, covering textual, literary, linguistic and historical matters. The introduction discusses the relationship between Tacitus and Sallust. The volume completes the sequence which began with commentary on Books 1 and 2 of the Annals by F. R. D. Goodyear (1972, 1981) and was continued by commentary on Book 3 by A. J. Woodman and R. H. Martin (1996) and on Books 5-6 by A. J. Woodman (2016).
Baker Berry PA6705.A6 B4 2018