Carl Maria von Weber: Missa sancta No. 1 E-flat major: Chœur Mixte et Ensemble

Freischütz-Messe - WeV A.2 (Urtext)

COMPOSITEUR: Carl Maria von Weber
TYPE DE PRODUIT: Conducteur et parties
ÉDITEUR: Carus Verlag
DEFINITIVE DURATION: 00:40:00
Carl Maria von Weber wrote his Missa sancta no. 1 in E flat major in just two months, despite his heavy workload as Kapellmeister at the Dresden court. The work acquired the nickname “Freischütz Mass” because the composer interrupted work on his opera of the same name in January and February 1818 to
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Compositeur Carl Maria von Weber
Éditeur Karin Wollschläger
Description Instrument Group Choeur Mixte
Instrumentation Chœur Mixte et Ensemble
Voix SATB
Instrumentation Soloists, SATB and Orchestra
Type de produit Conducteur et parties
Description Product Type Set de partitions
Niveau de difficulté 2
Langue Latin
Éditeur Carus Verlag
Genre Messe
Période Classic
Année de publication 2020
Definitive Duration 00:40:00
ISMN 9790007253363
Edition Number CV 27.097/19
CV2709719
Description
Carl Maria von Weber wrote his Missa sancta no. 1 in E flat major in just two months, despite his heavy workload as Kapellmeister at the Dresden court. The work acquired the nickname “Freischütz Mass” because the composer interrupted work on his opera of the same name in January and February 1818 to compose the mass. And so Weber presented himself to his new employer King Friedrich August I of Saxony as a versatile composer, for as well as his main task of developing a German opera alongside the existing Italian opera at court, his duties also included writing church music. In the Mass Weber responded to the local conditions in a particular way: he took into accountliturgical practice at the Dresden court by adding an Offertorium to the sections of the mass ordinary, setting this as a bravura aria specially written for the Dresden star soprano Filippo Sassaroli. Because of the reverberant acoustics in the Hofkirche, he avoided rapid changes of harmony. Although the Mass was perceived as too “operatic” by critics, it was very well received by audiences and also pleased the King. • Practically oriented edition based on the sources, performance material available on sale for the first time • Easy to medium difficulty level • Text of the Mass includes an Offertorium in accordance with liturgical practice at the Dresden court at the time
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