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Original

Stabat Mater in G minor. Franz Schubert. Voice sheet music. Choir sheet music. Piano and Keyboard sheet music. Trombone sheet music.

Translation

Stabat Mater in G minor. Franz Schubert. Voice sheet music. Choir sheet music. Piano and Keyboard sheet music. Trombone sheet music.

Original

Stabat Mater in G minor composed by Franz Schubert. 1797-1828. Edited by Werner Bodendorff. For SATB choir, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets, 2 bassoons, 3 trombones, 2 violins, viola, basso continuo. This edition. Paperbound. G-Moll. G minor. Stuttgart Urtext Edition. Score available separately - see item CA.7004300. Feasts of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Hymns in praise of the Virgin Mary. Vocal score. Language. Latin. Composed 1815. D 175. 8 pages. Duration 7 minutes. Published by Carus Verlag. CA.7004303. ISBN M-007-08844-6. With Language. Latin. Feasts of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Hymns in praise of the Virgin Mary. Schubert composed the Latin "Stabat Mater", D 175, between the 4th and 6th April 1815, probably without any specific commission. The text had been appointed by Pope Benedict XIII in 1727 for use at the Feast of the "Seven Sorrows of the Blessed Virgin Mary" on the 15th September. Schubert set to music only the first four of the Stabat Mater's 20 verses, but each verse is repeated with a concluding coda.

Translation

Stabat Mater in G minor composed by Franz Schubert. 1797-1828. Edited by Werner Bodendorff. For SATB choir, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets, 2 bassoons, 3 trombones, 2 violins, viola, basso continuo. This edition. Paperbound. G-Moll. G minor. Stuttgart Urtext Edition. Score available separately - see item CA.7004300. Feasts of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Hymns in praise of the Virgin Mary. Vocal score. Language. Latin. Composed 1815. D 175. 8 pages. Duration 7 minutes. Published by Carus Verlag. CA.7004303. ISBN M-007-08844-6. With Language. Latin. Feasts of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Hymns in praise of the Virgin Mary. Schubert composed the Latin "Stabat Mater", D 175, between the 4th and 6th April 1815, probably without any specific commission. The text had been appointed by Pope Benedict XIII in 1727 for use at the Feast of the "Seven Sorrows of the Blessed Virgin Mary" on the 15th September. Schubert set to music only the first four of the Stabat Mater's 20 verses, but each verse is repeated with a concluding coda.