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  1. In thy mercy grant us peace (Full score, arrangement for choir and 1 organ)

    In thy mercy grant us peace (Full score, arrangement for choir and 1 organ)

    Also contains an arrangement for organ. In 1840 Schumann remarked: "The small piece deserves to be world famous and will become so in the future; the Madonnas of Raphael and Murillo cannot remain hidden for long." Year of composition: 1831 Version 1: Coro SATB, 2 Fl, 2 Clt, 2 Fg, 2 Vl, Va, 2 Vc, Cb; Version 2 : Coro SATB, Org Language: German/Latin Duration: 6 min Degree of difficulty: 2 Composer: Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy Carus series: Stuttgart Urtext editions genres: Cantatas occasions: Peace and justice Les mer
    kr 85,00
  2. In thy mercy grant us peace (Set of parts, complete orchestral parts)

    In thy mercy grant us peace (Set of parts, complete orchestral parts)

    Also contains an arrangement for organ. In 1840 Schumann remarked: "The small piece deserves to be world famous and will become so in the future; the Madonnas of Raphael and Murillo cannot remain hidden for long." Year of composition: 1831 Version 1: Coro SATB, 2 Fl, 2 Clt, 2 Fg, 2 Vl, Va, 2 Vc, Cb; Version 2 : Coro SATB, Org Language: German/Latin Duration: 6 min Degree of difficulty: 2 Composer: Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy Carus series: Stuttgart Urtext editions genres: Cantatas occasions: Peace and justice Les mer
    kr 335,00
  3. In thy mercy grant us peace (Full score)

    In thy mercy grant us peace (Full score)

    Also contains an arrangement for organ. In 1840 Schumann remarked: "The small piece deserves to be world famous and will become so in the future; the Madonnas of Raphael and Murillo cannot remain hidden for long." Year of composition: 1831 Version 1: Coro SATB, 2 Fl, 2 Clt, 2 Fg, 2 Vl, Va, 2 Vc, Cb; Version 2 : Coro SATB, Org Language: German/Latin Duration: 6 min Degree of difficulty: 2 Composer: Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy Carus series: Stuttgart Urtext editions genres: Cantatas occasions: Peace and justice Les mer
    kr 125,00
  4. In thy mercy grant us peace (Vocal score)

    In thy mercy grant us peace (Vocal score)

    Also contains an arrangement for organ. In 1840 Schumann remarked: "The small piece deserves to be world famous and will become so in the future; the Madonnas of Raphael and Murillo cannot remain hidden for long." Year of composition: 1831 Version 1: Coro SATB, 2 Fl, 2 Clt, 2 Fg, 2 Vl, Va, 2 Vc, Cb; Version 2 : Coro SATB, Org Language: German/Latin Duration: 6 min Degree of difficulty: 2 Composer: Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy Carus series: Stuttgart Urtext editions genres: Cantatas occasions: Peace and justice Les mer
    kr 69,00
  5. Hymn of Praise - Symphony cantata (Full score)

    Hymn of Praise - Symphony cantata (Full score)

    Mendelssohn describes to his friend Klingemann the 1840 work as "a ‘symphony for chorus and orchestra’… First three symphonic movements, to which 12 choral- and solo- movements are appendaged; the words from the Psalms, and indeed all pieces, vocal and instrumental, are composed in the words ‘Everything which has breath, Praise the Lord’; one understands by this that first the instruments give praise in their own way, and then the chorus and the individual voices." Les mer
    kr 1 209,00
  6. Psalm 42 op 42 (Vocal score, German)

    Psalm 42 op 42 (Vocal score, German)

    The Psalms inspired Mendelssohn throughout his working life, and, aside from a cappella settings, he left behind five great orchestral Psalms. Schumann assesed in 1837 that Psalm 42 was the "highest point that he [Mendelssohn] reached as a composer for the church. Indeed the highest point recent church music has reached at all." Les mer
    kr 129,00
  7. Psalm 42 op 42 (Individual part, organ)

    Psalm 42 op 42 (Individual part, organ)

    The Psalms inspired Mendelssohn throughout his working life, and, aside from a cappella settings, he left behind five great orchestral Psalms. Schumann assesed in 1837 that Psalm 42 was the "highest point that he [Mendelssohn] reached as a composer for the church. Indeed the highest point recent church music has reached at all." Les mer
    kr 79,00
  8. Psalm 42 op 42 (Set of parts, complete orchestral score)

    Psalm 42 op 42 (Set of parts, complete orchestral score)

    The Psalms inspired Mendelssohn throughout his working life, and, aside from a cappella settings, he left behind five great orchestral Psalms. Schumann assesed in 1837 that Psalm 42 was the "highest point that he [Mendelssohn] reached as a composer for the church. Indeed the highest point recent church music has reached at all." Les mer
    kr 2 549,00
  9. Psalm 42 op 42 (Study score)

    Psalm 42 op 42 (Study score)

    The Psalms inspired Mendelssohn throughout his working life, and, aside from a cappella settings, he left behind five great orchestral Psalms. Schumann assesed in 1837 that Psalm 42 was the "highest point that he [Mendelssohn] reached as a composer for the church. Indeed the highest point recent church music has reached at all." Les mer
    kr 215,00
  10. Psalm 42 op 42 (Vocal score, XL in large print)

    Psalm 42 op 42 (Vocal score, XL in large print)

    The Psalms inspired Mendelssohn throughout his working life, and, aside from a cappella settings, he left behind five great orchestral Psalms. Schumann assesed in 1837 that Psalm 42 was the "highest point that he [Mendelssohn] reached as a composer for the church. Indeed the highest point recent church music has reached at all." Les mer
    kr 199,00
  11. Psalm 42 op 42 (Full score)

    Psalm 42 op 42 (Full score)

    The Psalms inspired Mendelssohn throughout his working life, and, aside from a cappella settings, he left behind five great orchestral Psalms. Schumann assesed in 1837 that Psalm 42 was the "highest point that he [Mendelssohn] reached as a composer for the church. Indeed the highest point recent church music has reached at all." Les mer
    kr 575,00

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