Antonio Vivaldi: Gloria RV 589 (OUP Vocal Score)


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Media: Sheet Music
Arrangement: SATB, Keyboard (SATB/KBD)
Skill Level: Easy - Explain this
Composer: Antonio Vivaldi
Series: Oxford Choral Works
Catalogue #: C8454
ISBN: 9780193384545
This Item Earns 12 Musicroom Points

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Uplifting and melodic, the unforgettable tunes and infectious optimism of Antonio Vivaldi’s Gloria have helped make it one of the most popular choral works in the Baroque repertoire. For this Oxford Choral Works edition, the distinguished Vivaldi scholar Paul Everett has returned to the original autograph manuscripts as the most authoritative source. Also featuring a transcription of Giovanni Maria Ruggieri’s earlier work Cum Sancto Spirito upon which Vivaldi is said to have based his work. This is the Complete Vocal Score of this tremendous work, and represents one of the most accurate and authoritative editions available



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Sales Rank: Not specified
Published on: 01/08/1996
Format: Vocal Score
Length: Not specified
Language: Latin
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Editor: Paul Everett

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