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Concordance No. R1599

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Concordance No. R1599
1. D-B40632 / 5v   | 2. D-Mbs267 / 6v   | 3. F-Pn429 / 38v   | 4. Gintzler1547 / C4v   | 5. NewsidlerM1574 / A1r   | 6. Ochsenkhun1558 / 7r   | 7. Phalese1552 / 78   | 8. Phalese1552 / 143   | 9. Phalese1553 / 14v   | 10. Phalese1563 / 53v   | 11. Phalese1568 / 57v   | 12. Phalese1571 / 95v   | 13. Phalese1574 / 65v   | 14. PhaleseIII_1547 / H2r   | 15. Rippe1562(5) / 2r  
6a Benedicta es regina p. VI vocum. Josquin
 (OT)    -   D-B40632 / 5v
Josquin des Prťs
5 Benedicta es coelorum / 5 vocum / Josquin (Josquin des Prez)
 (OT)    -   D-Mbs267 / 6v
18a Benedicta es Celorum - prima pars
 (OT)    -   F-Pn429 / 38v
9a 9. Benedicta es (Iosquin)
 (OT)    -   Gintzler1547 / C4v
1a 1. Benedicta es celorum 6 Vocum
 (OT)    -   NewsidlerM1574 / A1r
3a Benedicta es coelorum. VI. Vocum (Iosquin de Pres)
 (OT)    -   Ochsenkhun1558 / 7r
21a Benedicta A 6
 (OT)    -   PhaleseIII_1547 / H2r
85a Benedicta es
 (OT)    -   Phalese1552 / 78
151a Benedicta
 (OT)    -   Phalese1552 / 143
24a Benedicta
 (OT)    -   Phalese1553 / 14v
111a Benedicta es
 (OT)    -   Phalese1563 / 53v
121a Benedicta es
 (OT)    -   Phalese1568 / 57v
165a Benedicta, a Six
 (OT)    -   Phalese1571 / 95v
55a Benedicta a six (L Pieton)
 (OT)    -   Phalese1574 / 65v
1a Benedicta
 (OT)    -   Rippe1562(5) / 2r

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