Sacred works

Introduction

António da Silva Leite (1759-1833) was chapel master at Oporto cathedral and other musical-liturgical groupings that in his time flourished in this town. He wrote many, varied pieces of religious music, used for years in church services almost everywhere in the country. He also composed countless works of profane music of varying style. His interest in the guitar materialized into the first textbook about this instrument published in Portugal (1796).

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[S1] Motete
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[S2] Duo (…) Sr.a Gertrudes
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[S3] Solo com VV.os Orgao e Basso
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[S4] Verso Miserere
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[P1] Violino 1
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[P2] Violino 2
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[P3] Violoncelo
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[P5] Orgao
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[P7] Voz
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[P8] Tiple 1
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[P10] Alto
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[P11] Basso
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