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an unaccompanied choral composition with sacred lyrics

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The story about the musical career of Giulio Ciccarello, whose Sacrae cantiones vulgo motetto was issued by Scotto in 1568, is unfortunately no more complete than that of Carli.
26) Motetto a Voce sola in Basso: Ab aeterno ordinata sum, Claudio Monteverdi, Selva morale (Venice, 1641).
1575-1626; also at court from 1614/15), and one decidedly more modern motetto con stromenti (in this case, voice with two violins) by Giovanni Giacomo Arrigoni (ca.