Tantum ergo, WAB 32 (Bruckner, Anton)
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Edited from manuscript stored at Austrian National Library under signatoryand .
|Work Title||Tantum ergo|
|Alternative Title||Pange Lingua|
|Opus/Catalogue Number||WAB 32|
|Year/Date of Composition||1843 (or 1845) in St. Florian|
|First Performance||1843 ca. (or 1845 ca.) in St. Florian|
|First Publication||1914 – Vienna: Universal Edition|
|Average Duration||3 to 4 minutes|
|Composer Time Period||Romantic|
|Instrumentation||mixed chorus (SATB)|
|External Links||Wikipedia article|
Some sources have this piece as Pange lingua (the Tantum ergo text consists of the last two verses of the hymn Pange lingua).
The (incorrect) name Pange lingua is coming from the first edition by Joseph Venantius Wöß (1914). It then was issuing the by Bruckner composed Tantum ergo (last two strophes of the Hymn) as the not-composed first strophe of the Hymn, i.e., Pange lingua. See Commented discography by Hans Roelofs.