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  • Messe brève no. 6 aux...
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    Messe brève no. 6 aux...

    Gounod, Charles
    13,47 €
    The Messe no. 6 aux cathédrales by Charles Gounod (1818–1893) is a reworking of the Messe no. 3 aux communautés religieuses (for three equal voices) by the composer himself. The work contains no setting of the Benedictus, but instead, in the French tradition, an “O salutaris hostia” and a “Domine Salvam”. Its easily comprehensible musical language gives the mass a light, catchy character. Simple musical means are used formatively, shaping the distinctive characteristics of the individual movements. The organ supports the choral parts, which only sing unaccompanied in a few places. “A colorful, entertaining piece of expressive-Romantic choral music, which audiences and performers alike will enjoy“ (Württembergische Blätter für Kirchenmusik 2/1992). - full score
  • Deuxième Messe
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    Deuxième Messe

    Gounod, Charles
    13,47 €
    Charles Gounod owes his reputation primarily to his operas but church music occupies a significant position in his creative output. The “Missae breves,” short masses for a cappella choir or with organ accompaniment comprise an important part within this category. The present Deuxième Messe pour les sociétés chorales for four-voice men’s choir is dedicated to the Association of Choral Societies of Paris and the Departement of the Seine and was first performed in 1862. The high level of quality of this work is based, not least, on the experiences which Gounod gathered in his compositions for large choir as Director of the Parisian “Orphéons,” a worker’s singing society. In the first edition the accompanying organ part was designated as ad libitum, but it bridges the gaps in the musical fabric. - full score
  • Magnificat
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    Magnificat

    Buxtehude, D. / Anon.
    13,47 €
    The anonymous Magnificat (BuxWV Appendix 1), which was originally attributed to Buxtehude, is written in the tradition of the sacred concerto. It is divided into three sections, each introduced by an instrumental ritornello. The sonorous individual verses in a flowing triple meter are characterized by varying the vocal ensemble. Significat words and passages are emphasized by tutti orchestration. - full score
  • Mass in A major
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    Mass in A major

    BACH, JOHANN SEBASTIAN
    13,47 €
    - full score
  • Missa brevis
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    Missa brevis

    TELEMANN, Georg Philipp
    13,00 €
    Telemann's Missa brevis on the Easter chorale "Christ lag in Todes Banden" is one of his eleven surviving Latin Missae breves based on church hymns. The motet-like composition calls for a mixed choir accompanied by a basso continuo, reinforced by colla-parte instruments. However, the mass can also be performed solely with an organ accompaniment. - full score
  • Mass in G minor
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    Mass in G minor

    Rheinberger, Josef Gabriel
    12,43 €
    During the composition, Reihnberger learned that Johannes Brahms had died. The Mass is dedicated "sincere in memoriam" to the honoured master, with whom Rheinberger was personally aquainted. - full score
  • Twelve canons with verses...
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    Twelve canons with verses...

    TELEMANN, Georg Philipp
    10,35 €
    The "Twelve canons" show Telemann in a special light. As hardly any composer of this time he was able to lend this strict contrapuntal form a grace and natural expression. These canons based on verses from well-known psalms offer manifold possibilities for pracitcal use by church choirs. - full score
  • Duetto Pastorum
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    Duetto Pastorum

    Haydn, Johann Michael
    12,43 €
    - full score
  • Ah! Jesu recipe
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    Ah! Jesu recipe

    Haydn, Johann Michael
    12,43 €
    includes a Latin text for Passiontide and a German text for Advent - full score
  • Deutsches Magnificat
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    Deutsches Magnificat

    Haydn, Johann Michael
    12,43 €
    - full score
  • Missa brevis
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    Missa brevis

    BUXTEHUDE, Dieterich
    12,43 €
    In the tradition of Protestant missa brevis compositions, the music of this Mass was written in the so-called stile antico” following 16th-century models and known as Palestrina style. The surviving copy, in the Düben Collection, dates from 1675. Buxtehude adopted the strict form of the “stile antico,” contrapuntal polyphony without instrumental accompaniment for various compositions of the same period, including Mit Fried und Freud ich fahr dahin BuxWV 76, written on the death of his father. The Missa brevis consists of the Kyrie and Gloria of the Ordinarium, so it is a “Lutheran Mass”; in 17th-century Protestant services these sections of the Mass were sung in Latin. - full score
  • Beatus vir
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    Beatus vir

    Hasse, Johann Adolf
    11,96 €
    - full score