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Paisiello, Giovanni
Missa Defunctorum. Requiem for Soloists, Choir and Orchestra (1789/1799)
Urtext Edition
[Vocal Score]

Editor: Tarcisio Balbo

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Performance Material on Hire
[Solo: SATB - Choir: SATB-SATB - 0.2(4).2(4).2(4). - 2(4).2.0.0 - Str - Org.Bc]

Author: Giovanni Paisiello (1740-1816)
Editor: Tarcisio Balbo
Publication Date: 1-31-2013
Series: Napoli e l’Europa (Naples and Europe)
Edition: Vocal Score
Pages: pp. 248
Size: 200x270 mm
Binding: Paperback (Soft Cover)
ISMN: 979-0-2153-2063-5
Code: NAP 7R

Series Details

Napoli e l’Europa (Naples and Europe)
The Neapolitan School from the 17th to the 19th Century

This series presents critical and Urtext editions of music by composers of the Neapolitan School from 17th to 19th century.

Ut Orpheus Edizioni is the exclusive publisher for the Neapolitan School project, created by Maestro Riccardo Muti, at the helm of the Orchestra Giovanile Luigi Cherubini. Starting in 2007, in association with the Ravenna Festival, the Salzburg Festival has produced, for the Whitsun Festival, operas, oratorios and masses of great musical relevance, rarely performed or even unheard.
Ut Orpheus is publishing the critical edition of the music in the section of the present series named ‘Masterpieces of the Neapolitan School selected by Riccardo Muti for the Salzburg Whitsun Festival project in association with the Ravenna Festival’. Furthermore, the publisher is producing for each work the vocal score and the orchestral material on hire for other productions.

Presentation by Riccardo Muti

Introductory Texts in Italian and English


The Consort Magazine (Summer 2014)
With attractive music lying within a comfortable range and well written for the voice, there is something for everyone here - short pieces such as the Sanctus and Agnus Dei that can be used liturgically, arias that can be sung in concert performance, and dramatc choruses that should be within the scope of most amateur choral societies. For the choral conductor wishing to expand a choir’s repertoire, this work could prove to be very suitable. (Ursula Brett)

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