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ISBN M-007-09068-5

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Messe solennelle en ut diese mineur composed by Louis Vierne (1870-1937). Arranged by Zsigmond Szathmary. For SATB choir, organ (arr). This edition: Paperbound. Cis-Moll (C-sharp minor). Choir and Organ. German title: Messe solennelle. Chor & Orgel (1 Orgel). Masses, Latin. Full score. Language: Latin. Op. 16. 32 pages. Published by Carus Verlag (CA.2701745).With Language: Latin. Masses, Latin.The Messe solennelle op. 16 for mixed choir and two organs by Louis Vierne was composed in 1899. At its world premiere in St. Sulpice in December 1901 Charles-Marie Widor played the main organ and Vierne the choir organ. The work belongs to the highlights of the late Romantic organ masses and more-over is comfortable for the choir to sing. The present edition is based upon the first edition that was published in 1900 by Pragally - Fils in Paris. Due to practical reasons a performance with two organs is often not possible, therefore, parallel to the original edition, the publishers have also published an arrangement for choir and one organ by Zsigmond Szathmary.

 
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ISBN M-007-09566-6

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Messe solennelle en ut diese mineur composed by Louis Vierne (1870-1937). Edited by Jon Laukvik. For SATB choir, 2 Organs. This edition: Paperbound. Cis-Moll (C-sharp minor). German title: Messe solennelle. Fassung mit 2 Orgeln. Masses, Latin. Full score. Language: Latin. Op. 16. 48 pages. Published by Carus Verlag (CA.2701710).With Language: Latin. Masses, Latin.The Messe solennelle op. 16 for mixed choir and two organs by Louis Vierne was composed in 1899. At its world premiere in St. Sulpice in December 1901 Charles-Marie Widor played the main organ and Vierne the choir organ. The work belongs to the highlights of the late Romantic organ masses and more-over is comfortable for the choir to sing. The present edition is based upon the first edition that was published in 1900 by Pragally - Fils in Paris. Due to practical reasons a performance with two organs is often not possible, therefore, parallel to the original edition, the publishers have also published an arrangement for choir and one organ by Zsigmond Szathmary.

 

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