Joseph Haydn: Stabat Mater

Joseph Haydn

Stabat Mater

Hob. XXbis, 1767

Description

Joseph Haydn’s Stabat Mater, written in 1767, was the first church work the composer wrote after entering the service of Prince Esterházy in Eisenstadt. Unlike almost all his other sacred works, it soon circulated in numerous copies and established Haydn’s reputation as the leading vocal composer of his day. This edition is based on three original copies of parts, which are regarded as being particularly close to the (missing) autograph manuscript because of the date they were made and the reliable transmission of the music text. As so, this great, moving setting of the Stabat Mater is now newly available in a modern, scholarly edition. The complete performance material is available on sale.   

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full score

51.991/00
120 pages, 25 x 32 cm, paperback
EUR54,00 / copies
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vocal score

51.991/03
72 pages, 19 x 27 cm, paperback
EUR14,50 / copies
available

choral score

51.991/05
16 pages, DIN A4, without cover
EUR7,95 / copies
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from 20 copies 7,95 EUR
from 40 copies 7,16 EUR
from 60 copies 6,36 EUR

set of parts, complete orchestral parts

51.991/19
23 x 32 cm, without cover
EUR185,00 / copies
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  • consisting of
    1 x set of parts, harmony parts, 1 x oboe/English horn 1, 1 x oboe/English horn 2 (51.991/09)
    each: 17,00 €
    6 x individual part, violin 1 (51.991/11)
    each: 9,50 €
    6 x individual part, violin 2 (51.991/12)
    each: 9,50 €
    4 x individual part, viola (51.991/13)
    each: 9,50 €
    3 x individual part, violoncello/double bass (51.991/14)
    each: 9,50 €
    1 x individual part, organ (51.991/49)
    each: 22,50 €

individual part, organ

51.991/49
36 pages, 23 x 32 cm, without cover
EUR22,50 / copies
available

Product information

Editor

Clemens Harasim Personal details

Composer

Joseph Haydn Personal details