Edition Michael Procter

Renaissance choral music

Catalogue of editions by the late Michael Procter


Singers around the world will be pleased to know that Edition Michael Procter is available again, following the sad death of Michael Procter in 2012. His large collection of sacred choral music by renaissance composers is a very valuable resource for choirs, churches and music lovers.

There are an estimated 850 pieces in the catalogue (including versions offered in different transpositions), mostly transcribed by Michael from original sources in libraries all over Europe. These will be verified and re-catalogued over the next few years.

Orders and enquiries are welcome now at info@edition-mp.com and will be produced and sold by Peacock Press.

A note on prices

While the process of verification goes on, please treat these prices as indicative. Up to date prices can be obtained from info@edition-mp.com

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Title Catalogue number Price
4 voices
SATB,bc Scoring legend
Cavalli, Francesco, Salve Regina EMP1107 £3.00
Holy Trinity to the Saturday before Advent - Marian Antiphon ISMN M-2056-1107-1
A further piece from Cavalli's Musiche Sacre; the setting is through-composed and uses several different tempi to match the text.
Schütz, Heinrich, Ad dominum cum tribularer/Quid detur tibi SWV71-72 EMP0305 £3.50
General Use - Graduale ISMN M-2056-0305-2
Schütz, Heinrich, Ecce advocatus meus SWV 84 EMP0549 £3.00
Non-liturgical - Motet general ISMN M-2056-0549-10
Schütz, Heinrich, Heu mihi Domine (SWV 65) EMP0766 £3.50
Office of the Dead - Respond ISMN M-2056-0766-1
This, surely the most penitential of the motets in Schütz' Cantiones Sacrae, is in many ways striking. Its text, alone of the collection, is derived from the Catholic liturgy, where it is closely related to a Respond at Matins for the Dead. The piece takes its place in the series taking their inspiration from Savonarola's famous meditation 'Infelix ego,' on Psalm 51 (Miserere mei Deus), which includes settings by Andrea Gabrieli, Lassus and Merulo. This version is offered a tone higher than the original.