1. Veni, Domine (1830)
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|File:||menddm_1menveni.nwc (April 2006) 6 kB|
|Full name of work:||1. Veni, Domine (1830)|
|Composer:||Mendelssohn, Felix Bartholdy (1809-1847), German|
|First line:||Veni, Domine, et noli tardare.|
|Music category:||sacred motet|
|Instruments:||Choir and organ|
|Name of file creator:||Joseph Guix|
|Comments:||This work was inspired by Mendelssohn's travel in Italy where he had been delighted by the sound of nuns' invisible choir of S.Trinità de' Monti (Roma).|
"Jeux" soundfont is required.
from Drei Motetten für weibliche Stimmen mit Orgel Op.39 (Three Motets for female voices with organ)