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Sacred and Secular Works

Sacred and Secular Works Liszt, Franz (1811–1886) Christus (Lat) Oratorio on passages from the Holy Bible and the Catholic liturgy Urtext / Ed. D. Friddle Piano reduction by the composer BA 7680-90 • V.s. Loewe, Carl (1796–1869) Das Sühnopfer des neuen Bundes (Ger) Libretto based on the Holy Scriptures by William Telschow. Urtext / Ed. C. Mücke Piano reduction by the composer BA 7678-90 ° V.s. Martin, Frank (1890–1974) Ode à la Musique (Fr/Ger) for baritone, mixed choir (SATB) and orchestra BA 6725-90 ° V.s. BA 6725-91 Choral score “… excellent new edition of this masterwork.” (Choir & Organ) Martin, Frank (1890–1974) Mass for Double Choir a cappella (Lat) Urtext / Ed. A. Wissemann BA 7594 Performing score Martin's style of composition is characterized by elements of French Impressionism, modern tonality and expressive musical language. His double choir a cappella mass was composed between 1922 and 1926 but it was not performed until 1963 in Hamburg. It has been a great favourite with capable choirs since its first publication by Bärenreiter in 1972 (BA 5419). It can be performed equally well in the concert hall and the church. First Urtext edition of Frank Martin’s masterwork based on the autograph and preliminary studies Newly engraved in a larger format (23 x 30 cm) Preface (Ger/Eng) and Critical Commentary (Eng) 24

Sacred and Secular Works Martinů, Bohuslav (1890–1959) Otvírání Studánek/ Opening the Wells (Cz/Eng/Ger) for speaker, soloists (SAB), female choir (SSA) Ed. J. Berkovec H 2122 Score, set of parts Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Felix (1809–1847) Denn er hat seinen Engeln befohlen / For He shall give His angels charge (Ger/Eng) for mixed choir a cappella (SSAATTBB) Urtext / Ed. C. Heimbucher BA 8933 Score Die erste Walpurgisnacht / The First Walpurgis Night op. 60 (Ger/Eng) Text by Johann W. von Goethe Urtext / Ed. J. M. Cooper Piano reduction by the composer BA 9072-90 • V.s. Elijah op. 70 (Ger/Eng) Oratorio. Text compiled by the composer from the Old and New Testaments Urtext / Ed. D. Seaton Piano reduction by the composer, partially adjusted by A. Köhs BA 9070-90 ° V.s. “The production is well up to the high standards we have come to expect from Bärenreiter”. (Organists’ Review) Lobgesang op. 52 (Ger/Eng) Urtext / Ed. J. M. Cooper Piano reduction by the composer BA 9092-90 ° V.s. BA 9092-91 Choral score in preparation St. Paul op. 36 (Ger/Eng) Urtext / Ed. J. M. Cooper Piano reduction by the composer, partially adjusted by A. Köhs BA 9071-90 ° V.s. BA 9071-91 NEW 2019 NEW 2018 Choral score The first great orchestral psalm Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Felix (1809–1847) NEW 2017 Psalm "Non nobis Domine" / "Nicht unserm Namen, Herr" op. 31 MWV A9 (Lat/Ger) Urtext / Ed. J.M. Cooper Piano reduction by the composer BA 9079-90 ° V.s. Psalm 2 Why rage fiercely the Heathen / Warum toben die Heiden (Ger/Eng) for mixed choir (SSAATTBB) BA 8938 Choral score Psalm 22 My God, why hast Thou forsaken me / Mein Gott, warum hast du mich verlassen (Ger/Eng) for mixed choir (SSAATTBB) BA 8940 Choral score Psalm 42 As the Hart pants / Wie der Hirsch schreit op. 42 (Ger/Eng) for mixed choir (SATB) and soloists (STTBB) Piano reduction by the composer Urtext / Ed. J. M. Cooper BA 9074-90 ° V.s. Mendelssohn’s first great orchestral psalm took almost six years to complete, from the initial sketches and the first version of 1830 to the final version of 1835. Its premiere did not take place until 1838. Unlike his other orchestral psalms, Mendelssohn took the Latin words from the Vulgate as his principal text which stems from Psalm 113. When he later prepared his own German translation, he made use of Psalm 115 from the Luther Bible. This edition by the leading Mendelssohn authority John Michael Cooper incorporates all the relevant sources. In accordance with the work's genesis, the vocal parts are underlaid with the Latin text, and the German text appears underneath. Psalm 43 Judge me, O God / Richte mich, Gott und führe meine Sache (Ger/Eng) for mixed choir (SSAATTBB) BA 8939 Choral score Psalm 98 Sing to the Lord a new made Song / Singet dem Herrn ein neues Lied MWV A 23 / op. posth. 91 (Ger/Eng) for soloists (SATB) and two mixed choirs (SATB[2]) Urtext / Ed. J. M. Cooper Piano reduction based on first edition. Anonymus BA 9076-90 ° V.s. ° = Performance material available on sale • = Performance material available on hire 25