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The Creation Hob XXI:2

Oratorio

By Franz Joseph Haydn

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Mixed choir, vocal solo(s), orchestra (solos: STB - choir: SATB - 3.2.2.2.dble bsn - 2.2.3.0. - timp - str - bc)
Oratorio. Composed by Franz Joseph Haydn (1732-1809). Edited by Paul Klengel. Arranged by Paul Klengel. Edition Breitkopf.

In the late 18th century, Joseph Haydn composed a choral work - The Creation - which set the standard for the sacred oratorio genre that stood long after the Viennese classical era and far beyond the boundaries of the German linguistic spher. Classical period. Vocal score. Breitkopf and Haertel #EB-118. Published by Breitkopf and Haertel (BR.EB-118).

Item Number: BR.EB-118

ISBN 979-0-004-16008-4. 7.5 x 10.5 in inches.

We now know that a continuo instrument was used for Haydn's oratorio which were premiered in Vienna. The supplementary continuo part by Walter H. Bernstein thus makes it possible to reproduce the work in a historically accurate manner.
We now know that a continuo instrument was used for Haydn's oratorio which were premiered in Vienna. The supplementary continuo part thus makes it possible to reproduce the work in a historically accurate manner for the first time: the harpsichord (and, increasingly, the pianoforte) fulfilled a important function in the orchestras of the time as continuo instruments. Als Eusebius Mandyczewski das vorliegende Werk 1898 in seiner Einrichtung fur Horn und Klavier erstmals der Offentlichkeit zuganglich machte fugte er zwei Kadenzen hinzu sowie im dritten Satz zehn Tutti-Takte (144 bis 153) um den Eintritt der Schlusskadenz wirkungsvoller vorzubereiten. When Eusebius Mandyczewski first made the present work accessible to the public in his arrangement for horn and piano of 1898 he supplemented it with two cadenzas and ten tutti measures (144 to 153) to lead up more effectively to the entrance of the closing cadenza. 1796 fur den Wiener Hoftrompeter Anton Weidinger. Die von diesem entwickelte Klappentrompete besass einen erweiterten Tonumfang und gestattete chromatische Tonfolgen. Joseph Haydns Trompetenkonzert Es-dur Hob VIIe:1 entstand 1796 fur den Wiener Hoftrompeter Anton Weidinger. Die von diesem entwickelte Klappentrompete besass einen erweiterten Tonumfang und gestattete chromatische Tonfolgen.

Die in Haydns Trompetenkonzert geforderten Kadenzen sind nicht uberliefert. Der vorliegende Klavierauszug enthalt zum ersten Satz einen Kadenzvorschlag und uberlasst im Schlusssatz dem Interpreten die Moglichkeit zur eigenen Gestaltung. was composed in 1796 for the Vienna court trumpeter Anton Weidinger. The key trumpet which he developed possessed a broader range of notes than the trumpets of that time. Joseph Haydn's Trumpet Concerto in E flat major Hob VIIe:1 was composed in 1796 for the Vienna court trumpeter Anton Weidinger. The key trumpet which he developed possessed a broader range of notes than the trumpets of that time, and allowed chromatic sequences as well.

The cadenzas to be played in Haydn's trumpet concerto have not been transmitted. The present piano reduction contains a cadenza suggestion for the first movement; in the final movement, the performer is encouraged to invent an original cadenza.

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