Dmitry Bortniansky is credited with developing the genre of the sacred choral concerto - the musical centerpiece of the Orthodox "Divine Liturgy"- to its highest level. His thirty-five choral concertos for
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Edited by Felix Loy. For SATB soloists, SATB choir & orchestra. Urtext Edition based on the autograph score. The music was composed in 1735-36, on a libretto by Newburgh Hamilton. This edition includes
Edited by Uwe Wolf. For SSATTB choir & chamber ensemble. Urtext Edition. Preface in Ger. and Eng. Full score, 12 p.
Edited by Rainer Boss. For solo alto voice, TTBB choir & orchestra. Urtext Edition. Foreword in Ger. and Eng. Includes critical notes. Full score, 32 p. Vocal score, 19 p.
Edited by Klaus Hofmann. For soprano, bass, alto recorder, violin & basso continuo. First Urtext Edition. Preface in Ger. ... view details
Edited by Klaus Winkler. For SATB double choir. Urtext Edition. Preface in Ger. and Eng. Formerly attributed to J.S. Bach.
Edited by Barbara Mohn. Libretto by Franziska (Fanny) von Hoffnaass. For chorus & orchestra. Urtext Edition. Preface in Ger. Texts in Ger. and Eng. Duration: ca.
Edited by Uwe Wolf. For mixed choir a cappella. Urtext Edition. Preface in Ger. and Eng. In the new edition, the collection of 67 motets (Carus 4.100) is expanded by the addition of
The popularity of J.S. Bach's motets is matched by the problematic manner in which they have been handed down to us. The autograph scores and parts used by Bach have been preserved for only two motets. For
Edited by Felix Loy. For harp solo, 2 recorders, strings & bass continuo. Urtext Edition based on the autograph score. The bass continuo part presents figuration of the first edition, which is of
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