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Braunfels, Walter

Great Mass, Op. 37, for mixed choir, solo quartet, boys’ choir, organ, and large orchestra

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Walter Braunfels – Great Mass, Op. 37, 1923-26

(b. 19 December 1882, Frankfurt am Main – d. 19 March 1954, Cologne)

Great Mass, Op. 37 for mixed choir, solo quartet, boys’ choir, organ, and large orchestra

I Kyrie g-moll. Adagio (p. 3) – Christe eleison. Etwas fließender (p. 13) – Kyrie eleison. Tempo primo (p. 22)
II Gloria H-Dur. Lebhaft und leidenschaftlich (p. 28) – Et in terra pax (p. 34) – Laudamus te (p. 35) – Gratias. Ruhig (p. 47) – Domine Deus, rex coelestis (p. 54) – Qui tollis (p. 59) – Quoniam (p. 63) –
Sum Sancto Spiritu (p. 68) – Amen (p. 80)
III Credo As-Dur. Breit beginnend (p. 83) – Patrem omnipotentem (p. 88) – Factorem coeli et terra (p. 91) – Visibilium omnium et invisibilium (p. 100) – Et in unum Dominum (p. 106) – Deum de Deo (p. 114) – Genitum, non factum (p. 119) – Qui propter (p. 128) – Incarnatus de Spiritu Sancto (p. 129) –
Homo factus est (p. 130) – Crucifixus (p. 136) – Et resurrexit (p. 138) –
Et in Spiritum Sanctum Dominum (p. 149) – Confiteor (p. 155) – Et vitam venturi. Fuga (p. 162) – Amen (p. 179)
Offertorium B-Dur. In festum Sanctissimi Nominis Jesu. Sehr Ruhig (p. 190)
Sanctus. Breit (p. 199)
Interludium sub conservatione (p. 212) – attacca:
Benedictus D-Dur. Mit größter Ruhe (p. 213) – Hosianna (p. 228)
Agnus Dei h-moll. Sehr langsam (p. 237) – Dona eis pacem (p. 244)

Walter Braunfels, the son of Ludwig Braunfels, a Jewish literary scholar who converted to Protestantism, and Helene Spohr, Louis Spohr’s grandniece, known to Franz Liszt and Clara Schumann, was first musically educated by his mother. At the age of 12 he was a junior student at the Hoch’sches Konservatorium in his native city,

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Score No.

4423

Edition

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Genre

Choir/Voice & Orchestra

Size

210 x 297 mm

Printing

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Pages

264

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