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Magnificat, RV 610. 611. Antonio Vivaldi. Alto Voice sheet music. Bass Voice sheet music. Choir sheet music. Soprano Voice sheet music. Tenor Voice sheet music. Piano Accompaniment sheet music.

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Magnificat, RV 610. 611. Antonio Vivaldi. Alto Voice sheet music. Bass Voice sheet music. Choir sheet music. Soprano Voice sheet music. Tenor Voice sheet music. Piano Accompaniment sheet music.

Original

Magnificat, RV 610. 611 composed by Antonio Vivaldi. 1678-1741. Edited by Clayton Jacob Westermann. Choir and piano. For Soprano voice, Alto voice, Tenor voice, and Bass voice. Soli. , Choir, Piano. This edition. Paperback. Liturgical, Choral, Original Works, Transcriptions. Baroque Period - Rococco. Gallant. Sacred. Hymns, Italian, Christmas. Hannukah. Vocal Score. Text Language. Latin, English. 76 pages. Published by Serenissima. SA.Z2733. ISBN 9781932419535. With Text Language. Latin, English. Baroque Period - Rococco. Gallant. Sacred. Hymns, Italian, Christmas. Hannukah. 6.69 x 9.61 inches. Vivaldi's Magnificat probably dates from shortly after the 1726 death of composer C.P. Grua, which resulted in his having to provide sacred music for the Venetian orphanage and convent he enjoyed a long-standing relation with. the Ospedale della Pieta. There are actually three versions of the work. for single chorus and orchestra. RV 610. for double chorus and two orchestras. RV 610a. and the final version. RV 611. , which takes six movements from replaces the other three movements woth solos written for specific singers at the Pieta. Apollonia, la Bolognesa, Chiaretta, Ambrosina and Albetta. The present edition, originally published by E.F. Kalmus in 1969, retains the material from the original single-choris version. RV 610. , while including the added solo material Vivaldi inserted for RV 611 as alternatives, making it eminently practical for today's choral groups. Now available in a digitally-enhanced reprint. Magnificat. Chorus. Et Exultavit. Soprano, Alto, and Tenor Soli and Chorus. 2a. Et Exultavit. Alternate version - for Apollonia. 2b. Quia Respexit. Alternate version - for La Bolognese. 2c. Quia Fecit. Alternate version - for Chiaretta. Et Misericordia. Chorus. Fecit Potentiam. Chorus. Deposuit. Chorus. Esurientes. Duet for Two Sopranos. 6a. Esurientes. Alternate version - for Ambrosina. Suscepit Israel. Chorus. Sicut Locutus. Trio for Soprano, Alto, and Bass. 8a. Sicut Locutus. Alternate version - for Albetta. Gloria. Chorus.

Translation

Magnificat, RV 610. 611 composed by Antonio Vivaldi. 1678-1741. Edited by Clayton Jacob Westermann. Choir and piano. For Soprano voice, Alto voice, Tenor voice, and Bass voice. Suns. , Choir, Piano. This edition. Paperback. Liturgical, Choral, Original Works, Transcriptions. Baroque Period - Rococco. Gallant. Sacred. Hymns, Italian, Christmas. Hannukah. Vocal Score. Text Language. Latin, English. 76 pages. Published by Serenissima. SA.Z2733. ISBN 9781932419535. With Text Language. Latin, English. Baroque Period - Rococco. Gallant. Sacred. Hymns, Italian, Christmas. Hannukah. 6.69 x 9.61 inches. Vivaldi's Magnificat probably dates from shortly after the 1726 death of composer C.P. Grua, which resulted in his having to provide sacred music for the Venetian orphanage and convent he enjoyed a long-standing relation with. the Ospedale della Pieta. There are actually three versions of the work. for single chorus and orchestra. RV 610. for double chorus and two orchestras. RV 610a. and the final version. RV 611. , which takes six movements from replaces the other three movements woth solos written for specific singers at the Pieta. Apollonia, the bolognesa, Clarita, and Ambrosina Albetta. The present edition, originally published by E.F. Kalmus in 1969, retains the material from the original single-choris version. RV 610. , while including the added solo material Vivaldi inserted for RV 611 as alternatives, making it eminently practical for today's choral groups. Now available in a digitally-enhanced reprint. Magnificat. Chorus. Et Exultavit. Soprano, Alto, and Tenor Soli and Chorus. 2a. Et Exultavit. Alternate version - for Apollonia. 2b. Quia Respexit. Alternate version - for La Bolognese. 2c. Quia Fecit. Alternate version - for Chiaretta. Et Misericordia. Chorus. Fecit Potentiam. Chorus. Deposuit. Chorus. Esurientes. Duet for Two Sopranos. 6a. Esurientes. Alternate version - for Ambrosina. Suscepit Israel. Chorus. Sicut Locutus. Trio for Soprano, Alto, and Bass. 8a. Sicut Locutus. Alternate version - for Albetta. Glory. Chorus.