17th-Century Lutheran Church Music with Trombones

Series: Baroque Era  Publisher: A-R Editions
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Seventeenth-Century Lutheran Church Music with Trombones

Edited by Charlotte A. Leonard

B131 17th-Century Lutheran Church Music with Trombones
978-0-89579-542-7 Full Score (2003) 9x12, xxv + 114 pp.
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Performance Parts (Available Separately)

Instrumental Part(s) (2003)
Set of 5 parts: vn.; alto trb.; bass trb; bn.; b.c.

Instrumental Part(s) (2003)
Set of 7 parts: vn.; alto va.; tenor va.; trb.1; trb.2; trb. 3; b.

Instrumental Part(s) (2003)
Set of 8 parts: trb.1; trb.2; trb.3; trb.4; trb.5; trb.6; trb.7; b.c.

Instrumental Part(s) (2003)
Set of 6 parts: cn. 1; cn. 2; trb.1; trb.2; trb.3; b.c.

Instrumental Part(s) (2003)
Set of 3 parts: vn., trb., vne.

Instrumental Part(s) (2003)
Set of 10 parts: cn. 1; cn. 2; trb. 1; trb. 2; bn.;  vn. 1; vn. 2; va. 1; va. 2; vne.
This volume addresses the lacuna in knowledge concerning the use of instruments with voices in Lutheran church music of the seventeenth century in Saxony and Thuringia, highlighting the use of the trombone. The six composers represented  (Tobias Michael, Werner Fabricius, Johann Rudolf Ahle, Andreas Hammerschmidt, Wolfgang Carl Briegel, and Christian Andreas Schulze) were highly regarded in their time and were prolific producers of sacred music, although few of their works are available in modern editions. The works included here survey the entire seventeenth century, showing a variety of musical structures, scorings, and uses of voices with instruments.
Ihr Heiligen lobsinget, Tobias Michael
O liebes Kind, Werner Fabricius
Höre, Gott, Johann Rudolf Ahle
Herr, höre und sey mir gnädig, Andreas Hammerschmidt
Du, Tochter Zion, Wolfgang Carl Briegel
Heut triumphiret Gottes Sohn, Christian Andreas Schulze
Stewart Carter, Journal of Seventeenth-Century Music, 11/1, 2005.