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This up-to-date edition, with over 12,500 pages of score, contains all of J.S. Bach's cantatas, oratorios, passions, motets, and masses. This high-quality set with study scores comes in a reader-friendly
In contrast to his other large-scale choral works, Bach never gave this work a definitive final form. Rather, for every performance he substantially revised the general concept of the piece and also changed
Mendelssohn describes to his friend Klingemann the 1840 work as "a 'symphony for chorus and orchestra'...First three symphonic movements, to which 12 choral- and solo- movements are appendaged; the words
Mozart's Missa in C K. 317, erroneously dubbed the "Coronation Mass," is among the most popular and most often performed works in this genre.
In preparing this edition, Puccini's additions to the instrumentation in the Benedictus and his new version of the tenor aria "Gratias agimus" from the Gloria have both been taken into consideration. The
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The Messiah is regarded as the epitome of sacred music and in German-speaking countries it is also one of the most often performed works in the genre. The version of the Messiah which is most often
The Missa in D minor, published here, the third of Haydn's six late masses, was written during the summer of 1798 between the two late oratorios. According to the dates given on Haydn's autograph
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Composed for the funeral of the patron Prince Heinrich Posthumus Reuss 1635/1636. Of the three parts, which were to be performed during three different sections of the funeral service, the first part, in
The work, sung in Latin, is based on texts from the Old and New Testaments, the Psalms and Gospels, as well as the Catholic Christmas liturgy. A distinctive chamber music-like instrumentation, with lyrical
Mendelssohn composed his first oratorio Paulus under the impression of his own revival of J. S. Bach's St. Matthew Passion in 1829. He integrated chorale settings into St. Paul, for which he was accused by
Composed as a musical memorial for the Italian national poet Allessandro Manzoni, deeply admired by Verdi, and was first performed on the first anniversary of his death on May 22, 1874 in Milan Cathedral.
The Sussmayr edition is still the most well known, and it is doubtless the one with the closest historical ties to Mozart.
Completed and edited by Robert D. Levin, with a foreword by the editor.
The St. John Passion ranks among the great vocal works from Bach's Leipzig years. In contrast to his other large-scale choral works, however, Bach never gave this work a definitive final form. Rather, for
This idyllic and lyrical work, which finely underscores the Christmas story in nine scenes, is rendered in a recording in which the joy of Christmas Eve is emphatically communicated.
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Edited by Uwe Wolf. Urtext Edition. This present new edition, with its critical examination of the sources, takes up the oft-discussed issues concerning scoring possibilities, performance
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