Works by Manuel Cardoso


Manuel Cardoso (baptized 11 December 1566 – 24 November 1650) was a Portuguese composer and organist. With Duarte Lobo and John IV of Portugal, he represented the “golden age” of Portuguese polyphony. (Extract from the Wikipedia article:

The scores below were transcribed by students of the Academy of Music José Atalaya (Fafe, Portugal) under the guidance of Teresa Marinho, as described in her internship report (in Portuguese).



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[S1] Panis Angelicus
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[S2] Ecce mulier Chananea
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[S3] Domine, ne recorderis
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[S4] Gloria, laus et honor (Gloria Laus)
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[S5] Gloria, laus et honor (Ingrediente Domino)
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[S6] Tristis est anima mea
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[S7] Velum templi
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[P1] Superius
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[P2] Altus
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[P3] Tenor
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[P4] Bassus
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[P5] Superius II
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