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  1. Kveldssang for Blakken - SATB, arr. Anna Baadsvik

    Kveldssang for Blakken - SATB, arr. Anna Baadsvik

    Musikk: Edvard Grieg (1843 - 1907), tekst: Nordahl Rolfsen (1848-1928). Arrangement for blandet kor av Anna Baadsvik. Les mer
    kr 33,00
  2. Dettinger Te Deum (orgel)
  3. Dettinger Te Deum (basso cont.)
  4. Dettinger Te Deum (vla.)
  5. Dettinger Te Deum (vl.2)
  6. Dettinger Te Deum (vl.1)
  7. Dettinger Te Deum (harmonien)
  8. Dettinger Te Deum (Kl.uttog) - SATB
  9. Dettinger Te Deum (score) - SATB
  10. Israel in Egypt, part I (Organ)
  11. Israel in Egypt, part I (Vlc./Cb.)
  12. Israel in Egypt, part I (Vla.)
  13. Israel in Egypt, part I (Vl.2)
  14. Israel in Egypt, part I (Vl.1)
  15. Israel in Egypt, part I (Hamony parts)
  16. Israel in Egypt, part I (Klavierauszug)
  17. Israel in Egypt, part I (Partitur)
  18. Nisi Dominus Psalm 127 (126) (Klavierauszug)
  19. Dixit Dominus Psalm 110 (109) (Klavierauszug)

    Dixit Dominus Psalm 110 (109) (Klavierauszug)

    Dixit Dominus is not only Handel’s first important church work, but it also exceeds the scope and design of both of his other Latin psalm settings. Although the exact time and occasion for the first performance is not clear, today the universality of this work make it ideal for use in festive worship services or in concerts. With Dixit Dominus Handel’s complete Latin psalm settings are now available from Carus-Verlag in critical editions. Catalogue number: HWV 232 Year of release: 1707 Soli SSATB, Coro SSATB, 2 Vl, 2 Va, Vc, Bc Language: Latin Duration: 45 min Editor: Wolfgang Gersthofer Composer: Georg Friedrich Händel genres: Psalms, Latin Les mer
    kr 259,00
  20. Messiah HWV 56 (Chorpartitur, deutsch)

    Messiah HWV 56 (Chorpartitur, deutsch)

    CV 55.056/00 George Frideric Handel is considered England’s first and foremost composer of oratorios. Above all, the Messiah is regarded as the epitome of sacred music and in German-speaking countries it is also one of the most often performed works in the genre. The version of the Messiah which is most often performed today is a combination of various versions. Consequently, the present critical edition by Ton Koopman contains all the surviving alternative versions of the solo movements. These are printed consecutively instead of being banished to an appendix. A concordance makes it possible to assign these movements to those various performances of the work conducted by Handel between the Dublin premiere in 1742 and the London concerts which took place up to 1759. The score will be printed in English and German. In accordance with the wishes voiced by many choral conductors and singers, the vocal score will be available in separate English and German versions. Catalogue number: HWV 56 Year of composition: 1742 Soli SATB, Coro S(S)ATB, 2 Ob, 2 Fg, 2 Tr, Timp, 2 Vl, Va, Bc Language: English/German Duration: 150 min Editor: Ton Koopman, Jan Siemons Composer: Georg Friedrich Händel Carus series: Stuttgart Urtext editions genres: Oratorios Les mer
    kr 145,00
  21. Messiah HVW 56 (Orgel)

    Messiah HVW 56 (Orgel)

    CV 55.056/00 George Frideric Handel is considered England’s first and foremost composer of oratorios. Above all, the Messiah is regarded as the epitome of sacred music and in German-speaking countries it is also one of the most often performed works in the genre. The version of the Messiah which is most often performed today is a combination of various versions. Consequently, the present critical edition by Ton Koopman contains all the surviving alternative versions of the solo movements. These are printed consecutively instead of being banished to an appendix. A concordance makes it possible to assign these movements to those various performances of the work conducted by Handel between the Dublin premiere in 1742 and the London concerts which took place up to 1759. The score will be printed in English and German. In accordance with the wishes voiced by many choral conductors and singers, the vocal score will be available in separate English and German versions. Catalogue number: HWV 56 Year of composition: 1742 Soli SATB, Coro S(S)ATB, 2 Ob, 2 Fg, 2 Tr, Timp, 2 Vl, Va, Bc Language: English/German Duration: 150 min Editor: Ton Koopman, Jan Siemons Composer: Georg Friedrich Händel Carus series: Stuttgart Urtext editions genres: Oratorios Les mer
    kr 405,00
  22. Messiah HVW 56 (Komplettes Orchestermaterial)

    Messiah HVW 56 (Komplettes Orchestermaterial)

    CV 55.056/00 George Frideric Handel is considered England’s first and foremost composer of oratorios. Above all, the Messiah is regarded as the epitome of sacred music and in German-speaking countries it is also one of the most often performed works in the genre. The version of the Messiah which is most often performed today is a combination of various versions. Consequently, the present critical edition by Ton Koopman contains all the surviving alternative versions of the solo movements. These are printed consecutively instead of being banished to an appendix. A concordance makes it possible to assign these movements to those various performances of the work conducted by Handel between the Dublin premiere in 1742 and the London concerts which took place up to 1759. The score will be printed in English and German. In accordance with the wishes voiced by many choral conductors and singers, the vocal score will be available in separate English and German versions. Catalogue number: HWV 56 Year of composition: 1742 Soli SATB, Coro S(S)ATB, 2 Ob, 2 Fg, 2 Tr, Timp, 2 Vl, Va, Bc Language: English/German Duration: 150 min Editor: Ton Koopman, Jan Siemons Composer: Georg Friedrich Händel Carus series: Stuttgart Urtext editions genres: Oratorios Les mer
    kr 29,00
  23. Messiah HWV 56 (Studienpartitur) - SATB

    Messiah HWV 56 (Studienpartitur) - SATB

    CV 55.056/00 George Frideric Handel is considered England’s first and foremost composer of oratorios. Above all, the Messiah is regarded as the epitome of sacred music and in German-speaking countries it is also one of the most often performed works in the genre. The version of the Messiah which is most often performed today is a combination of various versions. Consequently, the present critical edition by Ton Koopman contains all the surviving alternative versions of the solo movements. These are printed consecutively instead of being banished to an appendix. A concordance makes it possible to assign these movements to those various performances of the work conducted by Handel between the Dublin premiere in 1742 and the London concerts which took place up to 1759. The score will be printed in English and German. In accordance with the wishes voiced by many choral conductors and singers, the vocal score will be available in separate English and German versions. Catalogue number: HWV 56 Year of composition: 1742 Soli SATB, Coro S(S)ATB, 2 Ob, 2 Fg, 2 Tr, Timp, 2 Vl, Va, Bc Language: English/German Duration: 150 min Editor: Ton Koopman, Jan Siemons Composer: Georg Friedrich Händel Carus series: Stuttgart Urtext editions genres: Oratorios Les mer
    kr 345,00
  24. Messiah HWV56 (Chorpartitur, eng.) - SATB

    Messiah HWV56 (Chorpartitur, eng.) - SATB

    CV 55.056/00 George Frideric Handel is considered England’s first and foremost composer of oratorios. Above all, the Messiah is regarded as the epitome of sacred music and in German-speaking countries it is also one of the most often performed works in the genre. The version of the Messiah which is most often performed today is a combination of various versions. Consequently, the present critical edition by Ton Koopman contains all the surviving alternative versions of the solo movements. These are printed consecutively instead of being banished to an appendix. A concordance makes it possible to assign these movements to those various performances of the work conducted by Handel between the Dublin premiere in 1742 and the London concerts which took place up to 1759. The score will be printed in English and German. In accordance with the wishes voiced by many choral conductors and singers, the vocal score will be available in separate English and German versions. Catalogue number: HWV 56 Year of composition: 1742 Soli SATB, Coro S(S)ATB, 2 Ob, 2 Fg, 2 Tr, Timp, 2 Vl, Va, Bc Language: English/German Duration: 150 min Editor: Ton Koopman, Jan Siemons Composer: Georg Friedrich Händel Carus series: Stuttgart Urtext editions genres: Oratorios Les mer
    kr 145,00
  25. Messiah HWV56 (Klavierauszug) with variant movements - SATB

    Messiah HWV56 (Klavierauszug) with variant movements - SATB

    CV 55.056/00 George Frideric Handel is considered England’s first and foremost composer of oratorios. Above all, the Messiah is regarded as the epitome of sacred music and in German-speaking countries it is also one of the most often performed works in the genre. The version of the Messiah which is most often performed today is a combination of various versions. Consequently, the present critical edition by Ton Koopman contains all the surviving alternative versions of the solo movements. These are printed consecutively instead of being banished to an appendix. A concordance makes it possible to assign these movements to those various performances of the work conducted by Handel between the Dublin premiere in 1742 and the London concerts which took place up to 1759. The score will be printed in English and German. In accordance with the wishes voiced by many choral conductors and singers, the vocal score will be available in separate English and German versions. Catalogue number: HWV 56 Year of composition: 1742 Soli SATB, Coro S(S)ATB, 2 Ob, 2 Fg, 2 Tr, Timp, 2 Vl, Va, Bc Language: English/German Duration: 150 min Editor: Ton Koopman, Jan Siemons Composer: Georg Friedrich Händel Carus series: Stuttgart Urtext editions genres: Oratorios Les mer
    kr 245,00

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