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Laudate pueri


By Johann Adolf Hasse

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SSA vocal soli, SATB choir, 2 flutes, 2 oboes, 2 violins, viola, basso continuo
Vesperpsalm. Composed by Johann Adolf Hasse (1699-1783). Edited by Wolfgang Hochstein. Arranged by Wolfgang Hochstein. A-Dur (A major). Score available separately - see item CA.4097000. Cantatas, Psalms, Daily hours. Choral score. Language: Latin. Composed circa 1737-1756. 8 pages. Duration 25 minutes. Published by Carus Verlag (CA.4097005).

Item Number: CA.4097005
ISBN M-007-10677-5. With Language: Latin. Cantatas, Psalms, Daily hours.

The Laudate pueri was composed between 1735 and 1749 for the Ospedale degl'Incurabili in Venice. Since the Ospedale was an institution for the musical training of gifted girls and young women, the vocal parts are scored for female voices. As Director of Music at the Saxon-Polish Court of Dresden, Hasse was also responsible for church music, and therefore he arranged works which were originally written for the Ospedale.. Now that the Dresden version has already been published in the Hasse-Werk-Ausgabe, the original composition is printed here for the first time.

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