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The Creation/Die Schöpfung, Joseph Haydn (Vocal Score) (Orchestra/Chorus/Soloists)

The Creation/Die Schöpfung, Joseph Haydn (Vocal Score) (Orchestra/Chorus/Soloists)
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Haydn, Joseph
The Creation Hob. XXI:2

- New edition based on the Urtext from the Complete Edition of 'Joseph Haydns Works' , published by G. Henle Verlag
- Vocal score with a contemporary piano reduction by A. E. Müller , revised by A. Köhs
- Excellent presentation on the page

Edition no.: BA04648-90
ISMN: 9790006523528

Detailed product information
Editor: Oppermann, Annette
Arranger: Müller, August Eberhard / Köhs, Andreas
Language(s) of work: German, English
Language(s) of text: German, English
Product format: Vocal Score, Urtext edition
Binding: Paperback
Pages / Format: X, 201 S. - 27,0 x 19,0 cm
Duration: approx. 110 mins

Detailed instrumentation:
Soprano solo, Tenor solo, Bass solo, Mixed choir (SATB), Flute (2), Oboe (2), Clarinet (in B) (2), Bassoon (2), Contrabassoon, Horn (2), Trumpet (2), Trombone (3), Timpani, Violin (2), Viola, Violoncello, Double bass


Description
The oratorio 'The Creation' represents not only a crucial point in Joseph Haydns compositional output, but at the same time, marks the beginning of a new chapter in the history of the oratorio.

At the turn of the 19th century, Haydn broke with the traditional dominance of the arias, giving the chorus a distinctly greater significance. This opened the way for a new kind of choral oratorio which became one of the standard features of developing bourgeois concert life.

The plot is divided into three parts; Part One portrays the first four days of creation with the genesis of the world, the plants and the firmament, and in Part Two the animals are included.

Part Three takes as its theme the life of the first people, Adam and Eve, with the oratorio culminating in two major closing choruses of praise and thanks. The text, translated from the English original by Baron van Swieten , Prefect of the imperial court library in Vienna, combines prose texts of the creation story in Luthers translation of the bible with complementary excerpts from John Miltons ' Paradise Lost'

Haydn, Joseph
The Creation Hob. XXI:2

- New edition based on the Urtext from the Complete Edition of 'Joseph Haydns Works' , published by G. Henle Verlag
- Vocal score with a contemporary piano reduction by A. E. Müller , revised by A. Köhs
- Excellent presentation on the page

Edition no.: BA04648-90
ISMN: 9790006523528

Detailed product information
Editor: Oppermann, Annette
Arranger: Müller, August Eberhard / Köhs, Andreas
Language(s) of work: German, English
Language(s) of text: German, English
Product format: Vocal Score, Urtext edition
Binding: Paperback
Pages / Format: X, 201 S. - 27,0 x 19,0 cm
Duration: approx. 110 mins

Detailed instrumentation:
Soprano solo, Tenor solo, Bass solo, Mixed choir (SATB), Flute (2), Oboe (2), Clarinet (in B) (2), Bassoon (2), Contrabassoon, Horn (2), Trumpet (2), Trombone (3), Timpani, Violin (2), Viola, Violoncello, Double bass


Description
The oratorio 'The Creation' represents not only a crucial point in Joseph Haydns compositional output, but at the same time, marks the beginning of a new chapter in the history of the oratorio.

At the turn of the 19th century, Haydn broke with the traditional dominance of the arias, giving the chorus a distinctly greater significance. This opened the way for a new kind of choral oratorio which became one of the standard features of developing bourgeois concert life.

The plot is divided into three parts; Part One portrays the first four days of creation with the genesis of the world, the plants and the firmament, and in Part Two the animals are included.

Part Three takes as its theme the life of the first people, Adam and Eve, with the oratorio culminating in two major closing choruses of praise and thanks. The text, translated from the English original by Baron van Swieten , Prefect of the imperial court library in Vienna, combines prose texts of the creation story in Luthers translation of the bible with complementary excerpts from John Miltons ' Paradise Lost'

Produktspesifikasjoner
Fabrikat-ForlagBärenreiter-Verlag
ProduktVokal
Komponist-ForfatterHaydn, Franz Joseph
BesetningOrkester, Kor, Solist
SjangerKirkemusikk
Produktspesifikasjoner
Fabrikat-ForlagBärenreiter-Verlag
ProduktVokal
Komponist-ForfatterHaydn, Franz Joseph
BesetningOrkester, Kor, Solist
SjangerKirkemusikk
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