Sheet music facsimile Delalande Michel-Richard De profundis clamavi - Psalm 129 - Grand motet for choirs, soloists and orchestra

French Classical Music from 1650 to 1800 / Sheet music facsimile Delalande Michel-Richard De profundis clamavi - Psalm 129 - Grand motet for choirs, soloists and orchestra
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French Classical Music from 1650 to 1800 / Sheet music facsimile Delalande Michel-Richard De profundis clamavi - Psalm 129 - Grand motet for choirs, soloists and orchestra French Classical Music from 1650 to 1800 / Sheet music facsimile Delalande Michel-Richard De profundis clamavi - Psalm 129 - Grand motet for choirs, soloists and orchestra French Classical Music from 1650 to 1800 / Sheet music facsimile Delalande Michel-Richard De profundis clamavi - Psalm 129 - Grand motet for choirs, soloists and orchestra

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Author : Lescat Philippe

Saint-Arroman Jean

Composer(s) : Delalande Michel-Richard


Format : 24,00 x 33,00
Number of pages : 208
Reference : 4306

Price : 76.00 €

This facsimile of an original and the manuscript by Michel-Richard Delalande is part of our French Classical Music from 1650 to 1800 collection.

Sheet music scores: De profundis clamavi - Psalm 129 - Grand motet for choirs, soloists and orchestra of Michel-Richard Delalande.

Sheet music scores: The facsimile brings together three versions of this motet : the Philidor copy of 1689, the Boyvin edition of 1729, and the Cauvin manuscript of 1741.

Preface by Jean Saint-Arroman and Philippe Lescat: sources and scores - comparison between the Concert Spirituel copy and the engraved version of 1729.

Sheet music scores in facsimile of a copy in the Municipal Library of Versailles (France).

The French Classical Music from 1650 to 1800 collection is supervised by the musicologist Jean Saint-Arroman.

Voice, Orchestra, Choir,

Choirs, soloists and orchestra,

1 - Annexes : Préface de l'édition des motets de 1729 – texte du psaume et sa traduction
2 - Copie du motet en partition, atelier de Philidor, 1689
3 - Edition du motet datant de 1729 : De profundis, voix de basse, choeurs et symphonie – Fiant aures, choeurs et symphonie – Si iniquitates, voix de taille, basse continue – Quia apud, trios pour voix de dessus, haute-contre, basse – Sustinuit anima mea, voix de dessus, hautbois, basse continue – Sustinuit anima mea, petit choeur à 3 voix (2 dessus et haute-contre), violons, basse continue - A custodia matitutina, choeurs, cordes, basse continue – Quia apud Dominum, voix de haute-contre, flûte allemande seule, basse continue – Et ipse redimet, choeurs cordes et basse continue – Requiem eternam, choeurs cordes et basse continue
4 - Copie du motet en partition (copie Cauvin) datant de 1741.




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