Andeliga Sånger (Söderman, August)

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#286932 - 11.96MB, 21 pp. -  6.0/10 2 4 6 8 10 (1- V/V/V - 549x

PDF scanned by Spiritualsongs
Spiritualsongs (2013/7/4)

PMLP465942-Soderman spiritualsongs.pdf
Publisher Info.:

Stockholm: Abr. Lundquist Musikförlag, n.d.(1872?). Plate Abr. L. 4123


Abr. Lundquist Musikförlag 1946


Public Domain [tag/del]

Misc. Notes:

Engraving appears to be ca.1900.


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General Information

Work Title Andeliga Sånger
Alternative Title Spiritual Songs ; Andeliga sånger für gemischten Chor (SSATBB) und Orgel (Carus title)
Composer Söderman, August
Key C minor
Movements/Sections 7 movements
  1. Kyrie
  2. Agnus Dei
  3. Jesu Christe
  4. Domine
  5. Benedictus
  6. Virgo Gloriosa
  7. Osanna
Year/Date of Composition 1872
First Publication 1872
Librettist Ordinarium Missae
Language Latin
Dedication Dedicated to the Philharmonic Society in Uppsala from Aug. Söderman
Average Duration 14–18 minutes
Composer Time Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation soprano, mixed chorus, organ
External Links SMH ; All Music Guide

Misc. Comments

A search reveals no earlier publication than 1907, but maybe there was... Recorded in 1992 on Musica Sveciae, and on BIS.

According to this thesis for a doctorate (from 1926, Swedish only)

(p 310: "… sju sånger som under titeln ”Andeliga sånger” för blandad kör och orgel utgåvos av Abr. Lundquist 1872,....." approx. English translation "…..the seven songs under the title of ”Andeliga Sånger” (spiritual songs) for mixed choir and organ published by Abr. Lundquist 1872,......") the composition was first published by Abr. Lundquist in 1872. The database Swedish Musical Heritage (managed by the Royal Swedish Academy of Music) shows the plate number for the first issue which is the same as on the scanned score

Thanks! I know of and have used SMH (for checking the movement headings of his fantasy-piano quartet e.g.) and should have remembered them :) Was it as certainly composed in 1872 or should that date be left out as unknown? Thanks.- ES
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