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  • Performer: Franz Schubert
  • Title: Deutsche Messe
  • Size FLAC ver: 1247 mb
  • Date of release: 1997
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  • Genre: Classical
  • Rating: 4.7 of 5
Franz Schubert, Männerchor Arnsberg 1880 E.V. - Deutsche Messe album flac


1 Zum Eingang 1:43
2 Zum Gloria 1:30
3 Zum Credo 1:50
4 Zum Offertorium 1:28
5 Zum Sanctus 1:41
6 Nach Der Wandlung 1:26
7 Zum Agnus Dei 1:18
8 Schlußgesang 1:33

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Heilig-Kreuz-Kirche Arnsberg


  • Artwork By [Gestaltung Booklet] – Paul Jakobs
  • Choir – Männerchor Arnsberg 1880 E.V.
  • Composed By – Franz Schubert
  • Directed By – Gerd Schüttler


Leitung: Musikdirektor FDB Gerd Schüttler
Aufgenommen in der Hl. Kreuz Kirche zu Arnsberg [Recorded at "Heilig-Kreuz" Church in Arnsberg].
Recording date acc. to booklet: July 1997
Gestaltung Booklet [Booklet Design]: Paul Jakobs

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  • Matrix / Runout: WW 120465 35313-A2 10-97

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Choir – Männerchor Arnsberg 1880 . Composed By – Franz Schubert. Directed By – Gerd Schüttler. Leitung: Musikdirektor FDB Gerd Schüttler Aufgenommen in der Hl. Kreuz Kirche zu Arnsberg. Recording date acc. to booklet: July 1997 Gestaltung Booklet : Paul Jakobs.

Deutsche Messe (German Mass), D 872, is a mass composed by Franz Schubert in 1827. Its text is not the Latin liturgical text, but a sequence of poems in German by Johann Philipp Neumann who commissioned the work. It was originally scored for SATB choir, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets, 2 bassoons, 2 horns, 2 trumpets, 3 trombones, timpani and basso continuo.

Opus/Catalogue Number O. Cat. Deutsche Messe, . 72. Requiem in C minor, . 53 (fragment). php?title Deutsche Messe, D. 872 (Schubert, Franz)&oldid 2854918 .

Ständchen", D 889, (known in English by its first line "Hark, hark, the lark" or "Serenade") is a lied for solo voice and piano by Franz Schubert, composed in July 1826 in the then village of Währing. The lied is a setting in the key of C major of the "Song" in act 2, scene 3 of Shakespeare's Cymbeline. Schubert died aged only 31 in 1828, and the song was first published posthumously by Anton Diabelli in 1830.

Schubert: Messe; Deutsche Messe. Schubert: Messe; Deutsche Messe. CD - Kirchenmusik St. Augustin.

Franz Liszt - The Schubert Song Transcriptions for Solo Piano, Series I Mineola: Dover Publications, 1996. Public Domain No., 5, 7 and 12 revised, and remaining 8 songs arranged for solo piano, 1837–38 ( . 58), after individual songs by Franz Schubert. Published 1838 by Diabelli (Vienna) and Richault (Paris). No., 4, 7, 8, 9 and 11 revised 1876 ( . 58/3bis, . 58/4bis, . 58/7bis, . 58/8bis, . 58/9bis, . 58/11bis).

Songs start at USD . 9. Franz Schubert: Deutsche Messe Gerhard Schmidt-Gaden.

Get the Tempo of the tracks from Deutsche Messe (Karl Forster) (1960) by Franz Schubert. This album has an average beat per minute of 115 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 77/174 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Deutsche Messe (Karl Forster). Deutsche Messe, 5. Zum Sanctum. Deutsche Messe, 8. Schlußgesang.

Deutsche Messe, . Year: 1826-27 Genre: Mass, Requiem Pr. Instrument: Chorus/Choir. ohin soll ich mich wenden: Zum Eingang, mäßig. hre, Ehre sei Gott in der Höhe: Zum Gloria, mit Majestät. och lag die Schöpfung formlos da: Zum Evangelium und Credo, nicht zu langsam. u gabst, O Herr, mir Sein und Leben: Zum Offertorium, sehr langsam. 72 Work. Marcus Creed Conductor. Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra Orchestra. Capriccio Rel. January 1, 2004.

com takes you inside Franz Schubert's life as a poor, but genius, musician in Austria. His music bridged classical and romantic composition. Franz Schubert is considered the last of the classical composers and one of the first romantic ones. Schubert's music is notable for its melody and harmony. Born on January 31, 1797, in Himmelpfortgrund, Austria, Franz Peter Schubert, the son of a schoolmaster, received a thorough musical education and won a scholarship to boarding school. Although he was never rich, the composer's work gained recognition and popularity, noted for bridging classical and romantic composition. He died in 1828 in Vienna, Austria.

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