Mass in C, Op.86: vocal score
by Ludwig van Beethoven ; Carl Reinecke (arranger) ; Karel Torvik (editor)
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Commissioned by Price Esterhazy, the patron of his teacher Joseph Haydn, Beethoven's first major choral mass with orchestral accompaniment was generally dismissed as an inferior work by both patron and audience at the first performance in Eisenstadt on 13 September 1807. Later audiences nevertheless came to appreciate Beethoven's masterful contrapuntal writing, which are a precursor to his towering Missa Solemnis composed 15 years later. This newly engraved vocal score features a superb piano reduction by Carl Reinecke and has been thoroughly edited and reviewed by Karel Torvik. The A4 size is ideal for vocalists, choruses and rehearsal pianists alike.
Edwardsville: Serenissima Music, 2007. Plate Z255891
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- Serenissima Music, Inc. (US)
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- Mass in C, Op.86
- Ludwig van Beethoven ; Carl Reinecke (arranger) ; Karel Torvik (editor)
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- New New
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- ISBN 10
- ISBN 13
- Serenissima Music, Inc.
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- Ludwig van Beethoven, Mass in C, Op. 86, Carl Reinecke, Karel Torvik, Serenissima, music score, chorus, vocal score, klavierauszug
- Bookseller catalogs
- Vocal scores; Choral / Vocal; Sacred Music;
- 8.27 x 11.69 inches, 92 pages.
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