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German requiem : in full score : from the Breitkopf & Härtel complete works edition /
Johannes Brahms ; edited by Eusebius Mandyczewski.
imprint
New York : Dover, 1987.
description
1 score (xvi, 192 p.) : port.
ISBN
0486254860
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uniform title
imprint
New York : Dover, 1987.
isbn
0486254860
general note
English translation of words printed as text: p.
For soprano, bass, chorus, and orchestra.
German words.
Reprint. Originally published: Leipzig : Breitkopf & Härtel, 1926? (Sämtliche Werke / Johannes Brahms ; Bd. 17) With new English translation of the editorial commentary.
catalogue key
1831077
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Main Description
Brahms' greatest, most ambitious vocal work is a masterpiece of choral music that is now one of the most performed and recorded works in the repertoire of religious music. Reprinted in full score, including solo voices, chorus and orchestra, from definitive Breitkopf & Hartel edition.
Main Description
Brahms' greatest, most ambitious vocal work is a masterpiece of choral music that is now one of the most performed and recorded works in the repertoire of religious music. Reprinted in full score, including solo voices, chorus, and orchestra, from definitive Breitkopf & Hartel edition.
Main Description
Composer's greatest, most ambitious vocal work, a masterpiece of choral music that is now one of the most performed and recorded works in the repertoire of religious music. Reprinted in full score, including solo voices, chorus and orchestra, from definitive Breitkopf & HÄrtel edition.

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