Missa in Angustiis Hob. XXII:11 „“Nelsonmesse““. Klavierauszug, Urtextausgabe

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The so-called „Nelson Mass“ is the third of the six great High Masses that Haydn wrote between 1796 and 1802 for the name-days of Princess Maria Josepha Hermenegild Esterházy.
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SATB (Gemischter Chor), Orchester

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The so-called „Nelson Mass“ is the third of the six great High Masses that Haydn wrote between 1796 and 1802 for the name-days of Princess Maria Josepha Hermenegild Esterházy. According to the dates given in the autograph he composed the work in the period between 10 July and 31 August 1798. It was thus written in the year of the first performance of the Creation.

  • Urtext of the Joseph Haydn
  • Complete Edition

  • Soprano solo, Alto solo, Tenor solo, Bass solo, Mixed choir (SATB), Flute, Oboe (2), Clarinet (in B-flat) (2), Bassoon, Horn (2), Trumpet (3), Kettledrum, Strings, Basso continuo
  • Full score, together with Missa in B major (Theresa Mass) Hob.XXII:12 (BA4660-01),
  • Performance material (BA4660), vocal score (BA4660-90) and study score format 22.5 x 16.5cm (TP98) available for sale

The so-called „Nelson Mass“ is the third of the six great High Masses that Haydn wrote between 1796 and 1802 for the name-days of Princess Maria Josepha Hermenegild Esterházy.
Notenbuch
SATB (Gemischter Chor), Orchester