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Mass in B minor (BWV 232) (1 to 3)

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File:bwv232.nwc (December 2005) 29 kB
Full name of work:Mass in B minor (BWV 232) (1 to 3)
Composer:Bach, Johann Sebastian (1685-1750), German
Lyricist:Lliturgical (The ritual for public worship in churches which use written forms.)
First line:No. 1 - Kyrie eleison (Lord have mercy upon us), No. 2 - Christe eleison (Christ have mercy upon us), No. 3 - Kyrie eleison (Lord have mercy upon us)
Music category:Classical/Religious
Instruments:Orchestra & Chorus
Name of file creator:Carl B. Mill
e-mail address:TheAppraisalMill "at" aol "dot" com
Running time:00:20:20
Comments:This rendition in NoteWorthy Composer 2 includes Sections No. 1 - Kyrie
eleison (Lord have mercy upon us); No. 2 - Christe eleison (Christ have mercy
upon us) & No. 3 - Kyrie eleison (Lord have mercy upon us),
Composed in Leipzig, 1747-1749; Mostly assembled from previous materials
from 1724 onwards.1st performance of Sanctus - December 25, 1725 - Leipzig; 2nd
performance of Sanctus - 1726-1727 - Leipzig; 3rd performance of Sanctus -
1743-1748 - Leipzig; 1st performance of Kyrie & Gloris (Mvts. 1-12) - July 27, 1733
- Dresden; Performance of Symbolum Nicenum and Osanna, Benedictus, Agnus Die
& Dona nobis pacem - 1748- 1749 - Leipzig.
Requires Mus6Med, NWCV15 & NWslur fonts. Running time - 20.20.
Other sections to follow as time permits.
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