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Magnificat in C

bearbeitet von Johann Sebastian Bach

INSTRUMENT GROUP: Mixed Choir
COMPOSER: Pietro Torri
PUBLISHER: Carus Verlag
PRODUCT TYPE: Choral Score
Mention the key words "Johann Sebastian" and "Magnificat," and one thinks involuntarily of his well-known Magnificat in D major BWV 243 or in E flat major BWV 243a. However, during the time of his tenure as St. Thomas Kantor, several times Bach also referred back to older settings of the Magnificat
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Subtitle bearbeitet von Johann Sebastian Bach
Instrument Group Mixed Choir
Composer Pietro Torri
Arranger Johann Sebastian Bach
Publisher Carus Verlag
Instrumentation SATB/SATB, 2 Violins, 2 Violas, 3 Trumpet, Tamburi and BC
Product Type Choral Score
Year of Publication 2014
Editor Arne Thielemann
Genre Hymns & Chorals
Style Sacred
ISMN 9790007162078
Thema Advent
Voicing SATB
Min Qty 20
No. Pages 24
No. CV3501205
Description
Mention the key words "Johann Sebastian" and "Magnificat," and one thinks involuntarily of his well-known Magnificat in D major BWV 243 or in E flat major BWV 243a. However, during the time of his tenure as St. Thomas Kantor, several times Bach also referred back to older settings of the Magnificat text and arranged these for his own purposes. Thus, for the first time it can be documented that in its original version the double choir Magnificat in C major BWV Anh. 30 contained in Bach’s music library, which was originally handed down anonymously, was composed by Pietro Torri. Torri was the Music Director at the Court of the Bavarian House of Wittelsbach. For performancepurposes in Leipzig in ca. 1742 Bach retained the substance of the work but composed additional parts for a 3rd trumpet and timpani. For the first time ever this splendid work appears at Carus in a printed edition.
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