Cecilienmesse (Missa Cellensis. Hob. XXII:5), 1766
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haydn_hobxxii_5z.zip (March 2019) 135 kB
|Full name of work:||Cecilienmesse (Missa Cellensis. Hob. XXII:5), 1766|
|Composer:||Haydn, Franz Joseph (1732-1809), Austrian|
|Music category:||Classical Choral Mass|
|Instruments:||arranged for SATB (piccolo, clarinet, French horn, bassoon) and piano (converted to strings etc)|
|Name of file creator:||John Hooper|
|e-mail address:||john "at" learnchoralmusic "dot" co "dot" uk|
|Comments:||This ZIP File contains the following:-|
01-KYRIE1.NWC 1: Kyrie I
02-CHRISTE.NWC 2: Christe
03-KYRIE2.NWC 3: Kyrie II
04-GLORIA.NWC 4: Gloria
05-LAUDAMUS.NWC 5: Laudamus te
06-GRATIAS.NWC 6: Gratias agimus tibi
07-DOMINE.NWC 7: Domine Deus
08-QUITOLLIS.NWC 8: Qui tollis peccata mundi
09-QUONIAM.NWC 9: Quoniam tu solus
10-CUMSANCTO.NWC 10: Cum sancto spiritu
11-INGLORIA.NWC 11: In gloria Dei Patris
12-CREDO.NWC 12: Credo in unum Deum
13-INCARNATUS.NWC 13: Et incarnatus est
14-RESURREXIT.NWC 14: Et resurrexit tertia die
15-SANCTUS.NWC 15: Sanctus Dominus Deus Sabaoth
16-BENEDICTUS.NWC 16: Benedictus qui venit
17-AGNUSDEI.NWC 17: Agnus Dei
18-DONANOBIS.NWC 18: Dona nobis pacem
There are no text/lyrics; these Files were generated purely for Choral Rehearsing purposes (using a published piano-reduction Score), and so don't look pretty even though they sound reasonable.
Voice-emphasised Midi Files of the whole work can be downloaded for free from my Website (above). The Site also contains Midi Files for several rather more modern Composers, for which NWC versions may be available.
My thanks to Michael Gibson (http://www1.cpdl.org/wiki/index.php/User:Michael_Gibson), whose NWC2 Files I made much use of.