Requiem in E flat
Soli SSAATTB, SATB Choir, 2 Horns, 2 Flutes, 2 Oboes, Strings, Basso continuo
Requiem in Es. Composed by Johann Adolf Hasse (1699-1783). Edited by Wolfram Hader. Es-Dur (E-flat major). Score available separately - see item CA.9700400. Requiem; Mourning, death. Part: flute 1. Language: Latin. Composed 1763/64. 12 pages. Duration 42 minutes. Published by Carus Verlag (CA.9700421).
Item Number: CA.9700421
With Language: Latin. Requiem; Mourning, death.
Two complete settings of the Requiem by Johann Adolf Hasse are extant. Hasse composed the Requiem in C major on the death of the Elector Friedrich August 11 of Saxony. Only a few weeks later his son the elector Friedrich Christian also died. Presumably for this reason Hasse wrote the Requiem in D flat, and because of the shortage of time he used the Sanctus and Agnus of a Requiem in B flat which he had composed earlier. The principal sections Introitus/Kyrie and Dies irae probably date from 1763 and 1764.