Charles Gounod (18181893)

Messe solennelle de sainte Cécile

CG 56

para: 3 solistas (STB), coro de voces mixtas (SATB), orquesta

Reducción de piano (XL)

Nº de artículo697307
Autor/CompositorCharles Gounod
EditorFrank Höndgen
Idiomalatín
Alcance72 Páginas; 21 × 29,7 cm
Duración45 minutos
Año de lanzamiento2020
Editorial/fabricanteCarus Verlag
N.º del fabricanteCV 27.095/04
ISMN9790007252748

Descripción

“Shining rays stream from the ‘Messe de sainte Cécile‘. At first people were ­dazzled, then bewitched, then overcome.” This is how the composer Camille Saint-Saëns described his impression of what was probably Charles Gounod’s best-known setting of the mass. The work written in 1855 in honor of the patron saint of church music, soon became well-known beyond the borders of France and acquired a degree of popularity like almost no other sacred composition. In the Messe de sainte Cécile, Gounod combines sublime simplicity with operatic-dramatic elements and a colorful, effective orchestration. Critical edition in proven Carus quality.

Scoring:

Soli STB, Coro SATB, Picc, 2 Fl, 2 Ob, 2 Clt, 4 Fg, 4 Cor, 2 Pist, 2 Tr, 3 Trb, Perc, Arpa, 2 Vl, Va, Vc, Cb, Org