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Henry Purcell: Te Deum In D (Latin): Gemischter Chor mit Klavier/Orgel

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KOMPONIST: Henry Purcell
PRODUKTTYP: Gesangspartitur
PRODUKTFORMAT: Einzelstimme
VERLAG: Novello and Co
This setting of the Te Deum was written for St Cecilia’s day in 1694, almost exactly a year before the composer’s death. Composed in a highly flamboyant style, it was originally scored for adult andboy choirs, soloists, strings, bass, and trumpets, but has been scored here for SSAATB soli, SSATB
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Spezifikationen
Komponist Henry Purcell
Instrumentengruppe Gemischter Chor
Instrumentierung Gemischter Chor mit Klavier/Orgel
Chorbesetzung SATB
Detaillierte Instrumentierung SATB und Klavier
Produkttyp Gesangspartitur
Produktformat Einzelstimme
Verlag Novello and Co
Genre Geistliche Musik
Anlass Geistlich
Stil Barock
Epoche Baroque
ISBN 9780853603863
Verlagsnummer NOV070247
NR. MUSNOV070247
Beschreibung

This setting of the Te Deum was written for St Cecilia’s day in 1694, almost exactly a year before the composer’s death. Composed in a highly flamboyant style, it was originally scored for adult andboy choirs, soloists, strings, bass, and trumpets, but has been scored here for SSAATB soli, SSATB chorus, and Piano accompaniment. It was edited by the organist of Westminster Abbey, J. F. Bridge, for a bicentennial commemorationin 1895, at which time the 18th century changes were replaced and the original version restored. The Latin text was provided by the musicologist R. R. Terry.



Henry Purcell (1659-1695) heldnumerousappointments at the Royal court and Westminster Abbey, and is considered by many to be the greatest ever English-born composer. His prolific work covered all fields: orchestral, ecclesiastical, operatic, theatrical,incidental, and chamber music were all enriched by his output.

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