Preface in German and English. Latin words, with German translation printed as text on p. [i].
With preface by the editor. Bruckner regarded this piece as the "pride of my life" and "my best work".
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Contents: Te Deum; Te Ergo; Aeterna Fac; Salvum Fac; In Te, Domine Speravi. With a preface in German and English. Dedicated to Jürgen Geiger. Geiger premiered the work in September 2008. The music was inspired by Bruckner's Te Deum. Of advanced difficulty.
Contents: 1. Te Deum Laudamus -- 2. Te Ergo Quaesumus -- 3. Aeterna fac cum Sanctis -- 4. Salvum fac Populum Tuum -- 5. In Te, Domine, Speravi. Unlike so many of his symphonies, Bruckner's "Te Deum" was an unqualified success from the very first. The compser even referred to the piece as "the pride…
Bruckner referred to the Te Deum als "der Stolz meines Lebens" - the pride of my life.
Contents: Te Deum -- Te ergo -- Aeterna fac -- Salvum fac -- in te Domine speravi. With a foreword in German and English, critical notes, and one facsimile plate. This large-scale work was composed between 1881 and 1885. It is scored for SATB soloists and chorus with orchestra. This volume is based…
Helmuth Rilling conducts the Gächinger Kantorei Stuttgart and Bach-Collegium Stuttgart.
…Factus Est (Motet) -- Afferentur regi virgines (Motet) -- Mass No. 3 in F minor (original version) -- Locus Iste (Motet) -- Tota pulchra es Maria -- Te Deum for Soloists, Chorus and Orchestra -- Pange Lingua, Gloriosi -- Hymnus Vexilla regis -- Ecce Sacerdos Magnus (Motet) -- Psalm 150, for Soprano,…
Bruckner composed this work between 1881 and 1884, and considered it to be his finest work. This arrangement is based on the autograph manuscript, housed in the Austrian National Library. With a preface in German and English.
Contents: Te Deum -- Te ergo -- Aeterna fac -- Salvum fac -- in te Domine speravi. With a foreword in German and English. This arrangement of Brucker's sacred work was composed for the 850th anniversary of the Augustinian Monastery Vorau in Styria.
Performers: Ernst Haefliger, Maria Stader, Peter Lagger, Richard Holm, Sieglinde Wagner. Bavarian Radio Chorus, Berliner Philharmoniker Chor, Deutschen Staatsopernchor Berlin, Eugen Jochum, conductor.
Vocal score by Josef Schalk. Preface by the editor. With translation of Latin text into German. Instrumentation. Duration: ca. 22 minutes.