Edited by Ute Poetzsch. For SATB choir & orchestra. First Urtext Edition. Preface in Ger. and Eng. Vocal score, 33 p.
Edited by Ralph-Jurgen Reipsch. For soloists, choir & orchestra. Urtext Edition based on the Complete Telemann Edition. Preface in Ger. and Eng. Includes an idiomatic piano reduction.
For SATB double choir, a cappella. This edition, based on the autograph score, has been newly engraved in a larger format, with a preface in German and English as well as critical commentary.
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For SATB choir. First printing. Premiered in Huddinge Church on November 13, 2016. Text is Latin. Choral score, 14 p.
As the name suggests, the Missa Popularis has its musical roots in folk music. This becomes clear in the first bars of the Kyrie, when the violin plays a melody in the style of a Swedish folk tune
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This urtext edition for SATB chorus and piano is based on the volume of the Complete Works of Gabriel Faure published in 2010. The vocal score is compatible with the first small-scale version
Arranged for soloists, mixed choir and chamber orchestra.
This SATB Choral work is an act of Consecration to Blessed Virgin Mary in F major, written by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart for SATB choir, first and second violins, violas and basso continuo of violoncello,
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