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Nicodé, Jean Louis

Gloria! Symphonie für Grosses Orchester, Orgel und (Schluss-) Chor Werk 34 (Piano reduction)

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Nicodé, Jean Louis – Gloria! Symphonie für Grosses Orchester, Orgel und (Schluss-) Chor Werk 34 (Piano reduction)

For more information about the piece read the preface of the full score:

For large orchestra, organ, and mixed final choir with contralto solo (1902-04)

I Pre-Annunciation (p. 3) – Of Joy of Emergence and a thousand aims (p. 7)
II “Through the Fire.” Scherzo I (p. 51) – “Through the Forge.” Scherzo II (p. 69)
III A Sunny Day of Fortune (p. 103)
IV The Quietest Hour (p. 169)
V Toward the Supreme (p. 199)
VI The New Morning (p. 283)

Jean Louis Nicodé was one of the most significant German composers between Johannes Brahms and Richard Strauss. His father was of French-Huguenot, his mother of Polish descent. In the third year after his birth the family moved to Berlin after the father had lost his property “by misadventure“. First he got some music lessons by his father. Then was taught privately by the organist Hartkaes. In 1869 he began studying at the ’Neue Akademie der Tonkunst’ that had been founded by Theodor Kullak (1818-82) in 1855. Director Kullak was his piano teacher, the Mendelssohn pupil Richard Wüerst (1824-81) and later on Friedrich Kiel (1821-85) were his composition teachers. …

Read the preface of the full score  > HERE

Score No.

4710b

Edition

Repertoire Explorer

Genre

Keyboard & Orchestra

Size

225 x 320 mm

Specifics

Piano Reduction

Printing

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