Franz Lachner: Requiem in f: Chœur Mixte et Ensemble

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COMPOSITEUR: Franz Lachner
TYPE DE PRODUIT: Conducteur et parties
ÉDITEUR: Carus Verlag
In 1856, the year in which Mozart's one-hundredth birthday was elaborately celebrated, Franz Lachner composed the Requiem in F minor op. 146. It became his most well-known and most important work. Lachner's intensive study of Mozart's music on the occasion of the commemorative year lends credence to
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Compositeur Franz Lachner
Description Instrument Group Choeur Mixte
Instrumentation Chœur Mixte et Ensemble
Voix SATB
Instrumentation Soli SSATTB, SATB and Orchestra
Type de produit Conducteur et parties
Description Product Type Set de partitions
Langue Latin
Éditeur Carus Verlag
Genre Requiem
Année de publication 2013
Edition Number CV 27.301/19
CV2730119
Description
In 1856, the year in which Mozart's one-hundredth birthday was elaborately celebrated, Franz Lachner composed the Requiem in F minor op. 146. It became his most well-known and most important work. Lachner's intensive study of Mozart's music on the occasion of the commemorative year lends credence to that fact that it was not inspired by a personal loss, such as a death in the family or among his friends. Although closer examination proves that his music differed essentially from Mozart's, Lachner's work shows a clear expression of his admiration for him. The parallels between the two Requiems range from the characteristics of the organization of the text and the formalstructure, to the similar treatment of individual sections, themes and motives.
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