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IV Quis Non Posset - Joseph Haydn - Stabat Mater (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Haydn divides the setting into twelve movements: "Stabat Mater dolorosa" Largo, G minor, common time "O quam tristis et afflicta" Larghetto Affettuoso E-flat major, 3/8 "Quis est homo qui non fleret" Lento, C minor, common time —"Quis non posset contristari" Moderato, F major, common time.
  2. Joseph Haydns Werke (Haydn, Joseph) A. 36 Adagios (Haydn, Joseph) Airs populaires, chants nationaux et motifs célèbres (Vilbac, Renaud de) Album for .
  3. The official site of Nonesuch Records. Between and , Nonesuch Records released a series of five LP recordings of pianist Gilbert Kalish performing piano works—the rarely recorded sonatas and variations—by Joseph Haydn (–).
  4. Franz Joseph Haydn About the composer. Haydn ( – ) was born in Rohrau, Austria. He composed amongst others more than symphonies, 84 string quartets, 10 masses and four large oratorios. His Stabat Mater was praised by his contemporaries, for instance by the then famous composer Hasse.
  5. Stabat Mater () Catalog Record Only For solo voices (SATB), chorus (SATB) and orchestra. Latin words; also printed as text on p. Latin words; also printed as text on p. Historical and editorial notes in German on p.
  6. Description Joseph Haydn’s Stabat Mater, written in , was the first church work the composer wrote after entering the service of Prince Esterházy in Eisenstadt. Unlike almost all his other sacred works, it soon circulated in numerous copies and established Haydn’s reputation as the leading vocal composer of his day.
  7. Apr 01,  · Krisztina Laki, Soprano Julia Hamari, Alto Claes H. Ahnsjö, Tenor Richard Anlauf, Bass Christof Roos, Organ Kammerchor Stuttgart Württemberg Kammerorchester Heilbronn Frieder Bernius, Conductor.
  8. Stabat Mater for soloists, chorus, orchestra & organ, in G minor, H. 20bis: Quis est homo qui non fleret 4. Stabat Mater for soloists, chorus, orchestra & organ, in G minor, H. 20bis: Quis non posset.
  9. Haydn, Franz Joseph () Works. Haydn: Violin Sonata in A major (after Piano Sonata No. 41 in A major, sculbulseattlilasetdesugoononpoetran.coinfo) Haydn: Violin Sonata in C major (after Piano Sonata in C major, sculbulseattlilasetdesugoononpoetran.coinfo) Haydn: Violin Sonata in D major (after Piano Sonata No. 39 in D major, sculbulseattlilasetdesugoononpoetran.coinfo).

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