Stabat mater (1876)

Stabat mater-Quis est homo-Eja mater-Fac, ut ardeat cor meum-Tui nati vulnerati-Fac me vere tecum flere-Virgo virginum praeclara-Fac, ut portem Christi mortem-Inflammatus et accensus-Quando corpus morietur

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Dvorák, Antonin (1841-1904) [Czechia]

Arr.: Zubaty, Josef (1855-1931) [Czechoslovakia]


Text by Jacopone da Todi (1230?-1306) [Italy]
Edition
Published by Breitkopf & Haertel [Germany], 2004
Ref. : ChB 5312 ; EB 8631 ; PB 5510 ; PB/OB 5361  (112 p.)
Editor or author of the restitution: Döge, Klaus
Type of material: Orchestral parts ; Piano-vocal score ; Choral score ; study score ; Urtext Edition ; Full score
ISMN/ISBN : M-004-18195-9
Description
Text in: Latin
Epoque: 19th century (1850-1899)
Genre-Style-Form: Sacred ; Oratorio
Type of Choir: SSAATTBB  (8 mixed voices )
Soloist(s): Soprano (1) / Alto (1) / Ténor (1) / Basse (1) (4 soloist(s) )
Instrumentation: Symphony orchestra (24 instrumental part(s))
Instruments: Transverse Flute (2) ; Oboe (2) ; Clarinet (2) ; Bassoon (2) ; Horn (4) ; Trumpet (2) ; Trombone (3) ; Timpani ; Organ (1) ; Violin I ; Violin II ; Viola (1) ; Cello (1) ; Double bass (1)
Difficulty choir (incr.from 1 to 5): 4
Difficulty conductor (incr.from A to E): D
Tonality: D major
Duration: 85.0 min.
Liturgical Use: Marian Feasts
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