Ad Dominum Cum Tribularer - Johann Michael Haydn


AD DOMINUM CUM TRIBULARER (MH 487) was composed on April 29, 1788, in Salzburg, Austria. This edition is based upon the autograph score, preserved in the music archive of the Bayerische Staatsbibliothek in Munich: Mus. mss. 368. The score is laid out over eight pages, eight staves per page. The first page of the autograph score reads: Graduale pro Dominica 2da post Pentecosten. à: 4 Voci, 2 VVni, 2 Corni e l'Organo diG.Mich Haydn mpia. This composition is scored for SATB choir, two horns in C, two violins, cello, bass and continuo. The Latin text, from Psalm 120:1-2, serves as the Gradual for the second Sunday after Pentecost.

The present edition adheres closely to the above-mentioned source, noting editorial markings in parentheses. Voice parts, where notated in moveable clefs, were rewritten in treble clef; phrase markings in the voice parts were added where two or more notes occurred for a single syllable of text; textual underlay, given generally only in the soprano and tenor parts, was added to the alto and bass parts.

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Catalog: AMP1103
Publisher: Alliance
Composer: Johann Michael Haydn
Arranger: Banner
Voicing: SATB


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Ad Dominum Cum Tribularer - Johann Michael Haydn
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