Um Mitternacht, WAB 90 (Bruckner, Anton)

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 Complete Score
#262848 - 1.37MB, 9 pp. -  7.3/10 2 4 6 8 10 (3- V/V/30 - 1907x

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Cypressdome (2012/12/22)

PMLP426246-ABruckner Um Mitternacht.pdf
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First edition
Victor Keldorfer (1873–1959)

Publisher Info.:

Vienna: Universal Edition, 1911. Plate U.E. 2927.

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Public Domain - Non-PD EU [tag/del]

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Contains two forewords by the editor (in German, pp.3 and 4.)

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 Complete Score
#427611 - 0.13MB, 6 pp. -  0.0/10 2 4 6 8 10 (0- !N/!N/!N - 20x

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Alexander Reuter (2016/6/21)

PMLP426246-WAB 90 Um Mitternacht-Bruckner.pdf
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Alexander Reuter

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Alexander Reuter

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Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 [tag/del]

Misc. Notes:

Edited from manuscripts stored at the Austrian National Library under signatory A-WnMus.Hs.19768 and St. Florian Abbey under signatory A-SF20-72. See also www.bruckner-online.at. This edition is the first one which was slightly revised on recommendation of Eduard Kremser, who conducted the Wiener Männergesangverein. This performance brought Bruckner the first unquestioned succes in Vienna. The Revised version in available under IMSLP #262848.

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General Information

Work Title Um Mitternacht (II)
Alternative Title
Composer Bruckner, Anton
Opus/Catalogue Number WAB 90
Key F minor
Movements/Sections 1 movement
Year/Date of Composition 1886
First Performance 1886 April 15
First Publication 1911 – Vienna: Universal Edition
Librettist Robert Eduard Prutz (1816–1872)
Language German
Composer Time Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation Voices: tenor; male chorus (TTBB)
External Links Wikipedia article,

RISM 600658773, The Lied, Art Song, and Choral Texts Archive, Bruckner discography pages (WAB 90)


Misc. Comments

  • Premiere date from RISM (premiere date given in the foreword is somewhat later.)
    A first version WAB 89 for alto solo, 4-part men's chorus and piano dates from 1864; this is the second, a capella version dating from 1886.

- Schissel

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