Eight responsories for Trinity Sunday


Antonio Juanas (ca. 1762/63 - 1816)  worked as "maestro de capilla" at the Cathedral in Mexico City. At the turn of the 18th to 19th centuries his music combined a pronounced Baroque character in the string parts (with basso continuo) with vocal parts in the stile antico. The short, partly double-choir movements of his Ocho Responsorios in Latin belong liturgically to Trinity Sunday, but can also be performed as individual works. They are available for the first time in Urtext editions. The works are terrific for musicians with an interest in early music, and because of their scoring for small forces they can be performed by ensembles of different sizes and resources.


full score

80 pages, 23 x 32 cm, paperback
EUR34,95 / copies

choral score

36 pages, DIN A4
EUR8,95 / copies
Available from 20 copies
from 20 copies 8,95 EUR
from 40 copies 8,06 EUR
from 60 copies 7,16 EUR

set of parts, complete orchestral parts

23 x 32 cm
EUR43,50 / copies
  • consisting of
    2 x individual part, violin 1 (27.601/11)
    each: 6,95 €
    2 x individual part, violin 2 (27.601/12)
    each: 6,95 €
    2 x individual part, violoncello (27.601/13)
    each: 6,20 €
    1 x individual part, organ (27.601/49)
    each: 10,95 €

individual part, organ

16 pages, 23 x 32 cm, without cover
EUR10,95 / copies

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... Die Ausgabe besticht durch angenehme Lesbarkeit des Notensatzes ... Eine sehr interessante und nicht alltägliche Ergänzung des erhältlichen Chorrepertoires für Trinitatis - die Rezensentin denkt selbst bereits über einen teilweisen Einsatz des Materials in der Liturgie ernsthaft nach.
Monika Fahrnberger, singende kirche, 3/2019

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