Edited by Jan Kachlik and Miroslav Srnka. Previous scholarship believed that Dvorak's piano version was nothing more than a sketch for the orchestral work, but it is actually a complete and often unique work deserving of publication. With a preface, critical notes and facsimile plates.
This edition of Dvorak's dramatic and personal work is reprinted from an unnamed early edition. Includes texts with English translations.
With Maria Shaguch, Ingeborg Danz, James Taylor, and Thomas Quasthoff. Helmuth Rilling conducts the Oregon Bach Festival Chorus and Orchestra.
Grammy 2001 nominee for Best Choral Performance. Giuseppe Sinopoli; Marrhias Brauer; Chor der Sachsischen Staatsoper.
A new study score for Dvorak's great setting of the Stabat Mater text. With a preface in German and English.
2, 2, 2, 2 - 4, 2, 3, 0, timp, [org], str, soli STB, mx chor.
Solo voices - soprano, alto, tenor, bass, mixed choir - 2,3,2,2 - 4,2,3,1 - timpani, organ, strings.
Stamped Probepartitur on cover and all odd-numbered pages. Choral parts only -- no piano part.
…-- 8. Duetto: Fac ut Portem Christi Mortem -- 9. Solo: Inflammatus et Accensus -- 10. Quartetto e Coro: Quando Corpus Morietur. Dvorak's 95-minute Stabat Mater received its premiere two days before Christmas of 1880 in Prague. It quickly gained a following not only in Europe but in both England…
2, 2, 2, 2 - 4, 2, 3, 1, timp, [org], str (18.104.22.168.1), soli STB (in set), mx chor.
Most editions of this great work are based on the original Simrock edition, which made various changes from the sometimes sloppy manuscript. This new edition is based on Dvorak's autograph, and hopes to be closer to Dvorak's intentions. With a preface, critical notes and facsimile plate.
A new edition of the great sacred work by Dvorak. This volume includes an introduction in German and English, and critical notes in German only. Duration ca. 85 minutes.
Contents: 1. Stabat Mater dolorosa -- 2. Quis est homo -- 3. Eia, Mater, fons amoris -- 4. Fac ut ardeat cor meum -- 5. Tui nati vulnerati -- 6. Fac me veretecum flere -- 7. Virgo virginum praeclara -- 8. Fac ut portem Christi mortem -- 9. Inflammatus et accensus -- 10. Quando corpus morietur. This…
Edited by Klaus Döge; piano reduction by Josef Zubaty. This new vocal score is based on the recently published full score of Breitkopf. With a preface in German and English.