Gregorio Allegri: Miserere

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Media: Sheet Music
Arrangement: 2 Sopranos, Alto and Bass soloists, SATB (SOP(2)/ALTO/BASS/SATB)
Skill Level: Intermediate/Advanced - Explain this
Composer: Gregorio Allegri
Series: Oxford Choral Classics Octavos
Catalogue #: R1779
ISBN: 9780193417793


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From 1629 until his death Gregorio Allegri was a member of the papal choir, for which he wrote Miserere, the single work upon which his present day fame rests. From around 1666 Miserere was performed annually by the papal choir, and was reserved for their exclusive use; reputedly, excommunication was the penalty for copying the manuscript. Visitors flocked to hear the Miserere performed each Holy Week in Rome until 1870 when the papal choir was effectively disbanded. This is one of the most faithful editions of the original. For unaccompanied SSATB voices with SSAB soloists.

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Published on: 07/11/1996
Format: Vocal Score
Length: 24 pages
Language: English, Latin
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Editor: John Rutter

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