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Stabat mater dolorosa

Sheet Music: Performance Parts

Stabat mater dolorosa : cantata for soprano and baritone soloists with SATB choir and organ (or strings) / Colin Brumby.

by Colin Brumby (1986)

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  • Instrumentation: Soprano, baritone, SATB choir, organ or piano or 3-part string ensemble (violin, viola, cello - either string trio or string orchestra).

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Pages: 1 set of performance parts

Difficulty: Advanced

Contents note:

1. Stabat Mater -- 2. Cujus animam -- 3. O quam tristis -- 4. Quae maerebat -- 5. Quis est homo -- 6. Quis non posset -- 7. Pro peccatis -- Interlude -- 8. Fac ut ardeat -- 9. Tui nati -- 10. Juxta crucem --  11. Fac ut portem -- 12. Fac me plagis -- 13. Fac me custodiri -- 14. Quando corpus morietur.

First performance by Queensland University Chorale, Colin Brumby — 28 Mar 86. St John's Cathedral, Brisbane

Set includes string parts only.

Typeset edition.

This edition produced 1998.

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Score: Stabat mater dolorosa : cantata for soprano and baritone soloists with SATB choir and organ (or strings) / Colin Brumby.

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- SATB Choir with organ
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