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Quis te comprehendat

Motette

COMPOSER: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
PUBLISHER: Carus Verlag
PRODUCT TYPE: Part
INSTRUMENT GROUP: Mixed Choir
Motet of an unknown arranger [ca. 1820], based on th Adagio of the Serenade KV 361 [Gran Partita]. The motet Quis te comprehendat, K-Anhang 110, is based on the Adagio in Mozart’s Wind Serenade K. 361, the “Gran Partita.” The arrangement of this instrumental movement with the addition of a four-part
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Subtitle Motette
Composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Editor Armin Kircher
Publisher Carus Verlag
Instrumentation SATB, 2 Horns, Vl solo, 2 Violins, Viola and Organ solo and BC
Language L
Product Type Part
Instrument Group Mixed Choir
Year of Publication 2005
Genre Motet & Madrigal
Voicing SATB
No. Pages 4
No. CV5136112
Part {Instrument} Violin
Description
Motet of an unknown arranger [ca. 1820], based on th Adagio of the Serenade KV 361 [Gran Partita]. The motet Quis te comprehendat, K-Anhang 110, is based on the Adagio in Mozart’s Wind Serenade K. 361, the “Gran Partita.” The arrangement of this instrumental movement with the addition of a four-part choir deserves to be regarded as a successful example of the practice of parody, on a higher level than many less accomplished arrangements of the period. As in most of those cases the identity of the arranger is unknown, but his sensitive treatment of the original points to a gifted musician. Characteristic accompanying figures are given to the strings, while the solo violin andthe organ appear melodically. The homophonic choral setting, whose Latin words are a religious song of praise with no specific liturgical connection, is based on the works harmonic substance. The vocal parts follow the framework and compactly fill out the accompanying instrumental writing.
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