Te Deum, Op.22 / H 118: vocal score
by Hector Berlioz ; C. A. Barry (arranger)
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Completed in 1849, the Te Deum, like the earlier and more famous Grande messe des morts, is one of Berlioz's self-described "architectural" works. While the orchestral forces required for the Te Deum are nowhere near as massive as huge as those for the Requiem, the work does call for an organ which can compete on equal terms with the rest of the orchestra. It lasts approximately fifty minutes and derives its text from the traditional Latin Te Deum, although Berlioz made some changes to word order for dramatic purposes. The instrumental Prelude and Marche are seldom performed in concert. This vocal score is a digitally enhanced reissue of the one published by G. Schirmer, Inc. around 1925, itself a re-engraving of the one issued by Novello in the 1880s.
Original issue - New York: G. Schirmer, n.d.(ca.1925). Plate 42688
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- Serenissima Music, Inc. (US)
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- Te Deum, Op.22 / H 118
- Hector Berlioz ; C. A. Barry (arranger)
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- First edition thus
- ISBN 10
- ISBN 13
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- Hector Berlioz, Te Deum, Op. 22, H. 118, C. A. Barry, Schirmer, music score, chorus, vocal score, klavierauszug
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- Vocal scores; Choral / Vocal; Sacred Music;
- 8.27 x 11.69 inches, 112 pages.
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