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  1. Die neun Symphonien (Lommepartitur) - Orkester

    Die neun Symphonien (Lommepartitur) - Orkester

    Beethoven, Ludwig van (1770-1827) The Nine Symphonies Edition number: TP900 ISBN/ISMN: M-006-20452-6 Series: Bärenreiter Studienpartituren - Study scores Edition: Collection; Study Score; Urtext Edition Editor: Del Mar, Jonathan Binding: in slipcase Nr. 1 C-Dur op. 21 Nr. 2 D-Dur op. 36 Nr. 3 Es-Dur op. 55 (Eroica) Nr. 4 B-Dur op. 60 Nr. 5 c-Moll op. 67 Nr. 6 F-Dur op. 68 (Pastorale) Nr. 7 A-Dur op. 92 Nr. 8 F-Dur op. 93 Nr. 9 d-Moll op. 125 Les mer
    kr 1 069,00
  2. The Kon-Tiki Man Thor Heyerdahl (Music from the BBC TV-series) (Score)
  3. Requiem in B (Vocal score) - Blandakor

    Requiem in B (Vocal score) - Blandakor

    Johann Michael Haydn: Requiem in B The Requiem in B flat major is Johann Michael Haydn’s second setting of the liturgical text of the Mass of the dead (another Requiem, MH 599, has since been identified as the work of Father Georg Pasterwiz) and it is also his last work, his “Opus ultimum.” On commission from Empress Maria Theresia he began the composition in 1805, but due to a serious illness he made only slow progress with the work. Like W. A. Mozart, he could not complete this Requiem. In 1839 Father Gunther Kronecker, Benedictine Father in the monastery of Kremsmünster in Upper Austria, completed the torso “in the spirit and style” of Haydn. During his student days in Vienna Father Gunther belonged to the circle of friends who were associated with Franz Schubert. State: in preparation Catalogue number: MH 838 Soli SATB, Coro SATB, 2 Ob, 2 Fg, 2 Cor, 2 Ctr, Timp, 3 Trb, 2 Vl, Va, Bc Language: Latin Key: Duration: 55 min Composer: Johann Michael Haydn Editor: Armin Kircher genres: Requiem occasions: Mourning, death Les mer
    kr 389,00
  4. Orgelkonzert Nr. 1 in F (Orgel)

    Orgelkonzert Nr. 1 in F (Orgel)

    Josef Gabriel Rheinberger: Orgelkonzert Nr. 1 in F Werkverzeichnis: op. 137 Kompositionsjahr: 1884 3 Cor, 2 Vl, Va, Vc, Cb, Org Tonart: F-Dur Dauer: 24 min Komponist(in): Josef Gabriel Rheinberger Les mer
    kr 319,00
  5. Orgelkonzert Nr. 1 in F (Kontrabass)

    Orgelkonzert Nr. 1 in F (Kontrabass)

    Josef Gabriel Rheinberger: Orgelkonzert Nr. 1 in F Werkverzeichnis: op. 137 Kompositionsjahr: 1884 3 Cor, 2 Vl, Va, Vc, Cb, Org Tonart: F-Dur Dauer: 24 min Komponist(in): Josef Gabriel Rheinberger Les mer
    kr 69,00
  6. Orgelkonzert Nr. 1 in F (Cello)

    Orgelkonzert Nr. 1 in F (Cello)

    Josef Gabriel Rheinberger: Orgelkonzert Nr. 1 in F Werkverzeichnis: op. 137 Kompositionsjahr: 1884 3 Cor, 2 Vl, Va, Vc, Cb, Org Tonart: F-Dur Dauer: 24 min Komponist(in): Josef Gabriel Rheinberger Les mer
    kr 69,00
  7. Orgelkonzert Nr. 1 in F (Viola)

    Orgelkonzert Nr. 1 in F (Viola)

    Josef Gabriel Rheinberger: Orgelkonzert Nr. 1 in F Werkverzeichnis: op. 137 Kompositionsjahr: 1884 3 Cor, 2 Vl, Va, Vc, Cb, Org Tonart: F-Dur Dauer: 24 min Komponist(in): Josef Gabriel Rheinberger Les mer
    kr 69,00
  8. Orgelkonzert Nr. 1 in F (Violin 2)

    Orgelkonzert Nr. 1 in F (Violin 2)

    Josef Gabriel Rheinberger: Orgelkonzert Nr. 1 in F Werkverzeichnis: op. 137 Kompositionsjahr: 1884 3 Cor, 2 Vl, Va, Vc, Cb, Org Tonart: F-Dur Dauer: 24 min Komponist(in): Josef Gabriel Rheinberger Les mer
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  9. Orgelkonzert Nr. 1 in F (Violin 1)

    Orgelkonzert Nr. 1 in F (Violin 1)

    Josef Gabriel Rheinberger: Orgelkonzert Nr. 1 in F Werkverzeichnis: op. 137 Kompositionsjahr: 1884 3 Cor, 2 Vl, Va, Vc, Cb, Org Tonart: F-Dur Dauer: 24 min Komponist(in): Josef Gabriel Rheinberger Les mer
    kr 69,00
  10. Orgelkonzert Nr. 1 in F (Harmonien)

    Orgelkonzert Nr. 1 in F (Harmonien)

    Josef Gabriel Rheinberger: Orgelkonzert Nr. 1 in F Werkverzeichnis: op. 137 Kompositionsjahr: 1884 3 Cor, 2 Vl, Va, Vc, Cb, Org Tonart: F-Dur Dauer: 24 min Komponist(in): Josef Gabriel Rheinberger Les mer
    kr 135,00
  11. Orgelkonzert Nr. 1 in F (partitur)

    Orgelkonzert Nr. 1 in F (partitur)

    Josef Gabriel Rheinberger: Orgelkonzert Nr. 1 in F Werkverzeichnis: op. 137 Kompositionsjahr: 1884 3 Cor, 2 Vl, Va, Vc, Cb, Org Tonart: F-Dur Dauer: 24 min Komponist(in): Josef Gabriel Rheinberger Les mer
    kr 389,00
  12. Concerto d´organo nr.16 in F  (organo e Basso continuo)
  13. Concerto d´organo nr.16 in F  (vcl./cb)
  14. Concerto d´organo nr.16 in F  (vla)
  15. Concerto d´organo nr.16 in F  (vl2)
  16. Concerto d´organo nr.16 in F  (vl1)
  17. Concerto d´organo nr.16 in F (blåsestemmer)
  18. Concerti d´organo III nr.13-16 (Partitur)
  19. Exsultate, jubilate KV 165 (158a) (Orgel)

    Exsultate, jubilate KV 165 (158a) (Orgel)

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Exsultate, jubilate Solomotette zum Dreifaltigkeitsfest oder zu Weihnachten CV 40.767/00 A good six years following its first performance in Milan (1773) a second version of Exsultate, jubilate was completed for a performance on Trinity Sunday in 1779. It has survived in a manuscript from Salzburg. This “Salzburg version,” which was discovered in 1978, differs from the “Milan version” primarily through the use of flutes instead of oboes and also through the use of two different texts for the first aria. In the first version the text refers to Christmas, whereas in the second version it refers to the festival of Trinity. Mozart’s autograph of the Milan version had been thought to be missing since the second world war and it has only been accessible in the Biblioteka Jagiellónska in Kraków for a little over a decade. The present new critical edition by Wolfgang Hochstein is the first which could be based on both versions. Catalogue number: KV 165 (158a) Year of composition: 1773 Solo S, 2 Ob (2 Fl), 2 Cor, 2 Vl, Va, Vc/Fg/Cb, Org Language: Latin Key: F major Duration: 17 min Les mer
    kr 139,00
  20. Exsultate, jubilate KV 165 (158a) (Cello/Bass)

    Exsultate, jubilate KV 165 (158a) (Cello/Bass)

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Exsultate, jubilate Solomotette zum Dreifaltigkeitsfest oder zu Weihnachten CV 40.767/00 A good six years following its first performance in Milan (1773) a second version of Exsultate, jubilate was completed for a performance on Trinity Sunday in 1779. It has survived in a manuscript from Salzburg. This “Salzburg version,” which was discovered in 1978, differs from the “Milan version” primarily through the use of flutes instead of oboes and also through the use of two different texts for the first aria. In the first version the text refers to Christmas, whereas in the second version it refers to the festival of Trinity. Mozart’s autograph of the Milan version had been thought to be missing since the second world war and it has only been accessible in the Biblioteka Jagiellónska in Kraków for a little over a decade. The present new critical edition by Wolfgang Hochstein is the first which could be based on both versions. Catalogue number: KV 165 (158a) Year of composition: 1773 Solo S, 2 Ob (2 Fl), 2 Cor, 2 Vl, Va, Vc/Fg/Cb, Org Language: Latin Key: F major Duration: 17 min Les mer
    kr 59,00
  21. Exsultate, jubilate KV 165 (158a) (Viola)

    Exsultate, jubilate KV 165 (158a) (Viola)

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Exsultate, jubilate Solomotette zum Dreifaltigkeitsfest oder zu Weihnachten CV 40.767/00 A good six years following its first performance in Milan (1773) a second version of Exsultate, jubilate was completed for a performance on Trinity Sunday in 1779. It has survived in a manuscript from Salzburg. This “Salzburg version,” which was discovered in 1978, differs from the “Milan version” primarily through the use of flutes instead of oboes and also through the use of two different texts for the first aria. In the first version the text refers to Christmas, whereas in the second version it refers to the festival of Trinity. Mozart’s autograph of the Milan version had been thought to be missing since the second world war and it has only been accessible in the Biblioteka Jagiellónska in Kraków for a little over a decade. The present new critical edition by Wolfgang Hochstein is the first which could be based on both versions. Catalogue number: KV 165 (158a) Year of composition: 1773 Solo S, 2 Ob (2 Fl), 2 Cor, 2 Vl, Va, Vc/Fg/Cb, Org Language: Latin Key: F major Duration: 17 min Les mer
    kr 59,00
  22. Exsultate, jubilate KV 165 (158a) (Violin 2)

    Exsultate, jubilate KV 165 (158a) (Violin 2)

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Exsultate, jubilate Solomotette zum Dreifaltigkeitsfest oder zu Weihnachten CV 40.767/00 A good six years following its first performance in Milan (1773) a second version of Exsultate, jubilate was completed for a performance on Trinity Sunday in 1779. It has survived in a manuscript from Salzburg. This “Salzburg version,” which was discovered in 1978, differs from the “Milan version” primarily through the use of flutes instead of oboes and also through the use of two different texts for the first aria. In the first version the text refers to Christmas, whereas in the second version it refers to the festival of Trinity. Mozart’s autograph of the Milan version had been thought to be missing since the second world war and it has only been accessible in the Biblioteka Jagiellónska in Kraków for a little over a decade. The present new critical edition by Wolfgang Hochstein is the first which could be based on both versions. Catalogue number: KV 165 (158a) Year of composition: 1773 Solo S, 2 Ob (2 Fl), 2 Cor, 2 Vl, Va, Vc/Fg/Cb, Org Language: Latin Key: F major Duration: 17 min Les mer
    kr 59,00
  23. Exsultate, jubilate KV 165 (158a) (Vln.1)

    Exsultate, jubilate KV 165 (158a) (Vln.1)

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Exsultate, jubilate Solomotette zum Dreifaltigkeitsfest oder zu Weihnachten CV 40.767/00 A good six years following its first performance in Milan (1773) a second version of Exsultate, jubilate was completed for a performance on Trinity Sunday in 1779. It has survived in a manuscript from Salzburg. This “Salzburg version,” which was discovered in 1978, differs from the “Milan version” primarily through the use of flutes instead of oboes and also through the use of two different texts for the first aria. In the first version the text refers to Christmas, whereas in the second version it refers to the festival of Trinity. Mozart’s autograph of the Milan version had been thought to be missing since the second world war and it has only been accessible in the Biblioteka Jagiellónska in Kraków for a little over a decade. The present new critical edition by Wolfgang Hochstein is the first which could be based on both versions. Catalogue number: KV 165 (158a) Year of composition: 1773 Solo S, 2 Ob (2 Fl), 2 Cor, 2 Vl, Va, Vc/Fg/Cb, Org Language: Latin Key: F major Duration: 17 min Les mer
    kr 59,00
  24. Exsultate, jubilate KV 165 (158a) (Harmonien)

    Exsultate, jubilate KV 165 (158a) (Harmonien)

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Exsultate, jubilate Solomotette zum Dreifaltigkeitsfest oder zu Weihnachten CV 40.767/00 A good six years following its first performance in Milan (1773) a second version of Exsultate, jubilate was completed for a performance on Trinity Sunday in 1779. It has survived in a manuscript from Salzburg. This “Salzburg version,” which was discovered in 1978, differs from the “Milan version” primarily through the use of flutes instead of oboes and also through the use of two different texts for the first aria. In the first version the text refers to Christmas, whereas in the second version it refers to the festival of Trinity. Mozart’s autograph of the Milan version had been thought to be missing since the second world war and it has only been accessible in the Biblioteka Jagiellónska in Kraków for a little over a decade. The present new critical edition by Wolfgang Hochstein is the first which could be based on both versions. Catalogue number: KV 165 (158a) Year of composition: 1773 Solo S, 2 Ob (2 Fl), 2 Cor, 2 Vl, Va, Vc/Fg/Cb, Org Language: Latin Key: F major Duration: 17 min Les mer
    kr 139,00
  25. Exsultate, jubilate KV 165 (158a) (Orgeluttog)

    Exsultate, jubilate KV 165 (158a) (Orgeluttog)

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Exsultate, jubilate Solomotette zum Dreifaltigkeitsfest oder zu Weihnachten CV 40.767/00 A good six years following its first performance in Milan (1773) a second version of Exsultate, jubilate was completed for a performance on Trinity Sunday in 1779. It has survived in a manuscript from Salzburg. This “Salzburg version,” which was discovered in 1978, differs from the “Milan version” primarily through the use of flutes instead of oboes and also through the use of two different texts for the first aria. In the first version the text refers to Christmas, whereas in the second version it refers to the festival of Trinity. Mozart’s autograph of the Milan version had been thought to be missing since the second world war and it has only been accessible in the Biblioteka Jagiellónska in Kraków for a little over a decade. The present new critical edition by Wolfgang Hochstein is the first which could be based on both versions. Catalogue number: KV 165 (158a) Year of composition: 1773 Solo S, 2 Ob (2 Fl), 2 Cor, 2 Vl, Va, Vc/Fg/Cb, Org Language: Latin Key: F major Duration: 17 min Les mer
    kr 79,00

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