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Missa in G minor

From Johann Sebastian Bach's music library

INSTRUMENT GROUP: Mixed Choir
COMPOSER: Johann Hugo von Wilderer
PUBLISHER: Carus Verlag
PRODUCT TYPE: Part
This Missa in G minor is the only surviving work in this genre by Johann Hugo von Wilderer: his output as Kapellmeister at the Electoral Palatinate court, which resided in Mannheim from 1720 onwards, was mainly devoted to opera. The three-part Kyrie, the through-composed Gloria, and the partly
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Subtitle From Johann Sebastian Bach's music library
Instrument Group Mixed Choir
Composer Johann Hugo von Wilderer
Arranger Paul Horn
Publisher Carus Verlag
Instrumentation SATB, 2 Violins, 2 Violas and Basso Continuo
Product Type Part
Year of Publication 2019
Editor Frieder Rempp
ISMN 9790007252830
Voicing SATB
No. Pages 4
No. CV3500915
Release Date 11/13/2019
Part {Instrument} Basso Continuo
Description
This Missa in G minor is the only surviving work in this genre by Johann Hugo von Wilderer: his output as Kapellmeister at the Electoral Palatinate court, which resided in Mannheim from 1720 onwards, was mainly devoted to opera. The three-part Kyrie, the through-composed Gloria, and the partly obbligato instrumental writing show the influence of the early Neapolitan mass style. The music-historic significance of the Missa is firstly that it is an important example of the church music performed around 1700 at the Electoral Palatinate court, but above all that Bach evidently used it as a source of inspiration for the Kyrie of the Mass in B minor, as shown, for example in theform of the Adagio introduction of the Kyrie I in both works.
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