Te Deum in C
SATB vocal soli, SATB choir, 2 clarinos/trumpets, timpani, 2 violins, basso continuo
Composed by Joseph Haydn Johann Michael Haydn. Edited by Hans Ryschawy. This edition: Paperbound. Stuttgart Urtext Edition. German title: Te Deum in C. Full score. With Language: Latin. MH deest. 32 pages. Duration 7 minutes. Published by Carus Verlag (CA.5499800).
Item Number: CA.5499800
For the first time this work ascribed earlier to Joseph Haydn will be edited here under the name of his brother, Johann Michael Haydn, and based on the most reliable source from 1765 from the Benedictine monastery Gottwieg. There, in the course of a century the work was heard forty times for opening of the solemn High Mass, as also in 1809 on the name day of Emperor Napoleon, who spent a short time at the monastery following the battle of Aspern and Essling. According to late baroque custom, the scoring consists of a soprano, alto, tenor, bass (each soli and tutti), two violins, two trumpets with timpani (ad libitum, corresponding to the purpose of the particular performance) and basso continuo.