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menddreimot.zip (April 2006) 25 kB
Full name of work:Drei Motetten für weibliche Stimmen mit Orgel Op.39
Composer:Mendelssohn, Felix Bartholdy (1809-1847), German
First line:1. Veni, Domine, et noli tardare. First line 2. Laudate, pueri, Dominum, laudate nomen Domini. First line 3. Surrexit pastor bonus qui animam suam posuit pro ovibus suis.
Music category:sacred motets
Instruments:Choir and organ
Name of file creator:Joseph Guix
e-mail address:jguix(at)club(dot)fr
Running time:00:16:57
Comments:- These works were 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 better.
(Three Motets for female voices with organ)
1. Veni, Domine (1830) : 1 menveni.nwc
2. Laudate, pueri (1837): 2 menlau.nwc 3 menbea.nwc
3. Dominica II post Pascha (1837): 4 mensur.nwc 5 mentul.nwc 6 mensur.nwc
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