Vox Pueri Latin
Vox Tauri Latin

Wedgwood writes: �at Carigrana Church, Genoa [Italy], these two names constituted the �Soprano� and �Basso� of one stop ... which in all probability was merely a variety of Vox Humana.� Williams cites the examples at Orvieto Cathedral, and translates them as �boys' voice� and �bulls' voice�. Grove dates it at around 1600, and describes it only as �a particularly thin Vox humana�.


Vox Pueri, Vox Tauri; Orvieto Cathedral, Italy; Fulgenzi 1591.


Grove[1]: Viejas. Wedgwood[1]: Vox Pueri / Vox Tauri. Williams[1]: Glossary: Viejas.
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