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Joseph Haydn: Die Sieben Letzten Worte Unseres Erlösers Am Kreuze (The Seven Last Words On The Cross)


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Media: Sheet Music
Arrangement: SATB, Orchestra (SATB/ORCH)
Composer: Franz Joseph Haydn
Series: Henle Urtext Editions
Catalogue #: HN9830
This Item Earns 42 Musicroom Points

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When Haydn stopped in Passau on his second journey to England, he heard a vocal version of his own orchestral work The Seven Last Words. It had been made by the Kapellmeister at Passau cathedral Joseph Friebert and Haydn was quite impressed – except: "I believe I could have done the voice parts better". He acquired a copy and set about making his own vocal version, taking over most of the text. Haydn particularly liked his own vocal work and it was also enthusiastically received by his contemporaries. The study edition is based on the volume (HN 5822) published as part of the Complete Edition by the Joseph Haydn Institute in Cologne.



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Sales Rank: Not specified
Published on: 09/04/2009
Format: Study Score
Length: 198 pages
Language: English, French, German
Publisher: Henle Verlag
Editor: Hubert Unverricht

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