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Benedict Randhartinger: Ad te levavi, Offertory

Offertory of the Viennese Hofkapellmeister Randhartinger, arranged for Alto and Viola solo with string quartet
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This arrangement of Randhartinger's offertory "Ad te levavi" for mezzo-soprano and viola solo, accompanied by a string quartet, was written in 1875 by Roman Zäch (no biographic data could be found). The only source of this arrangement is located in the archives of the Augustinian Monastery in Vienna.

The composer, Benedict Randhartinger (1802-1893), a student of Salieri, was also a tenor soloist and Viennese Hofkapellmeister.

Single instrumental parts of the orchestra parts are available on request.

Detailed informationen about the edition
Composer Benedict Randhartinger (1802--1893)
Title Ad te levavi
Scoring Alto Solo, Viola Solo, Vln.I, Vln.II, Va., Vc., Cb.
Key e major
Editor Reinhold Kainhofer
Publisher Edition Kainhofer, Vienna
Language of the lyrics Latin
Subtitle Offertorium
Arranger Roman Zäch (1875)
Available Editions
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EK-0057-1Full score
ISMN: 979-0-50217-002-8
Pages: iv+12


EK-0057-1Full score
ISMN: 979-0-50217-002-8
Pages: iv+12