Missa Brevis in A minor (Führer, Robert)

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General Information

Work Title Missa Brevis in A minor
Alternative Title Brief Mass No.3 in a (III Kurze Fest-messe A-moll)
Composer Führer, Robert
Opus/Catalogue Number KolF 35/2?
Key A minor
First Publication 1854?
Language Latin
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation Mixed chorus, 2 oboes, 2 trumpets, timpani, strings, continuo (organ)
External Links RISM 550509091 (published edition.)


Misc. Comments

35/n - n is not 3, 5 or 6 (35/3 is the G major Lateinische Festmesse, 5 is the C major, 6 is the E major. All for chorus, orchestra or strings, and organ, not chorus alone.)

Also, opening movement is in A minor (and has orchestra and organ accompaniment); did the composer refer to this as an A major mass himself or is that an interpolation by the editor? -- actually, the published edition (by Marco Berra, Prague; see RISM) says "A-moll", and another, arranged edition, ms copy, says A dur... the former is clearly it.

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