Mozart: Exsultate, Jubilate for Double Reed Septet
Oboe, English Horn, Bassoon, Woodwind Choir or Ensemble - Advanced Intermediate - Digital Download
Composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791). Arranged by Darrell Goforth. Classical Period, General Worship, General Instructional, Technique Training. Score, Set of Parts. 52 pages. Published by Darrell Goforth (S0.75371).
Item Number: S0.75371
This solo motet was written in 1773 in Milan where Mozart was in production of his opera "Lucio Silla". It was written for his lead singer, Venanzio Rauzzini, and first performed at the Theatine Church in January, 1773.Although the theme is religious in nature, it is suitable for any concert or educational setting.I have presented this piece in its original key for Solo Oboe with accompaniment of 3 Oboes, 2 English Horns and Bassoon.
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