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Franz Schreker: Der 116. Psalm: Voix Hautes et Ensemble

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COMPOSITEUR: Franz Schreker
PART {INSTRUMENT}: Violin
TYPE DE PRODUIT: Partie seule
ÉDITEUR: Carus Verlag
Franz Schreker was an important representative of the “Wiener Moderne” and one of the most successful opera composers at the beginning of the 20th century. To conclude his studies at the Vienna Conservatory he set Psalm 116 for women’s choir and orchestra [1900] and dedicated to his “beloved teacher
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Compositeur Franz Schreker
Éditeur Christopher Hailey
Description Instrument Group Choeur de Femmes
Instrumentation Voix Hautes et Ensemble
Voix SSA
Instrumentation SSA and Orchestra
Part {Instrument} Violin
Type de produit Partie seule
Description Product Type Partition
Langue Allemand
Éditeur Carus Verlag
Genre Psaumes
Année de publication 2007
Nombre de Pages 4
Edition Number CV 07.510/12
CV751012
Description
Franz Schreker was an important representative of the “Wiener Moderne” and one of the most successful opera composers at the beginning of the 20th century. To conclude his studies at the Vienna Conservatory he set Psalm 116 for women’s choir and orchestra [1900] and dedicated to his “beloved teacher Robert Fuchs, in reverence.” Fuchs, the highly respected composition teacher, was a close friend of Johannes Brahms and a champion of Brahms’s romantic classicism. Thus, Schreker’s psalm setting closely follows the tonal language of Brahms. In 1901 Psalm 116 was first performed in a concert of the Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde in Vienna, and was first published in the same yearby the Viennese publisher Adolf Robitschek. The scoring of the psalm is identical with that of Brahms’s Deutsches Requiem, which would suggest and facilitate a performance of both these on the same concert program.
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