Kronstorfer Messe, WAB 146 (Bruckner, Anton)

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Publisher. Info. Holograph manuscript, n.d.(ca.1843-44)
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Misc. Notes ca.300dpi color images. Source: Stift St. Florian (CRSA), Bruckner-Archiv, A-SF20-66.
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Editor Hans Bauernfeind (1908-1985)
Leopold Nowak (1904-1991)
Publisher. Info. Vienna: Ludwig Doblinger, 1984. Plate D. 16912.
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Misc. Notes Diacritic marks by the editor Edited from holograph stored at St. Florian Abbey under signatory SF-20-66
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Work Title Kronstorfer Messe
Alternative. Title Messe ohne Gloria [und Credo]
Composer Bruckner, Anton
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. WAB 146
Key D minor
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 4 sections
  1. Kyrie (D minor)
  2. Sanctus (B major)
  3. Benedictus (D minor)
  4. Agnus Dei (F major)
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 1843-44
First Performance. 1974-12-01 — Sankt Florian, Austria (St. Florian Monastery)
First Publication. 1984 - NGA: XXI, No.41 (Bauernfeind-Nowak)
Librettist Traditional
Language Latin
Average DurationAvg. Duration 5 minutes
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation mixed chorus (SATB)
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Misc. Comments

Masses by Anton Bruckner


  • Presumably a mass for the Lent. A Credo was foreseen, but was not composed. Referred as Messe ohne Credo in d-Moll by Uwe Harten, pp. 288-289.
  • The manuscript, with, on the front page, an autograph indication "Sine Gloria", contains two blank pages with an autograph indication that they were to contain a Credo in F major.
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