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Missa Dei Patris in C-dur ZWV 19

COMPOSER: Jan Dismas Zelenka
PUBLISHER: Breitkopf und Härtel
PRODUCT TYPE: Score
INSTRUMENT GROUP: Mixed Choir
The Missa Dei Patris ZWV 19 was composed in 1740 and ranks among the later works of the Bohemian composer Jan Dismas Zelenka. It opens an incompletely transmitted cycle of six masses which the composer himself designated as "Missae ultimae." The musical text of the present conductor’s score is based
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Composer Jan Dismas Zelenka
Editor Reinhold Kubik
Publisher Breitkopf und Härtel
Instrumentation Soloists, Mixed Choir and Orchestra
Product Type Score
Instrument Group Mixed Choir
Style Period Baroque
ISMN 9790004213667
Style Period Baroque
Series Breitkopf Urtext Edition
No. Pages 228
No. BRKPB5556
Definitive Duration 01:10:00
Description
The Missa Dei Patris ZWV 19 was composed in 1740 and ranks among the later works of the Bohemian composer Jan Dismas Zelenka. It opens an incompletely transmitted cycle of six masses which the composer himself designated as "Missae ultimae." The musical text of the present conductor’s score is based on that of Volume 93 of the Denkmäler edition Das Erbe deutscher Musik . The new piano vocal score has been edited by the reputable expert Andreas Köhs. "Zelenka’s artistic personality, his biography and his compositional style are utterly distinctive. His style is highly experimental. Was Zelenka really one of the greatest composers of the 18th century, or only one of the most interesting? I think that he still has several surprises for us." (Schweizerische Musikzeitung) "Zelenka’s Masses - fine specimens of Baroque choral literature, some parts of which are set even more colorfully than in the corresponding compositions by Bach." (Die Welt)
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