Te Deum a 8 voix avec fl. et violons (H.145) (Marc-Antoine Charpentier)
- Instrumental parts
- Dessus 1 (violin, flute, oboe) Choeur 1 [ ]
- Dessus 2 (violin, flute, oboe) Choeur 1 [ ]
- Taille (viola, oboe) Choeur 1 [ ]
- Basse de violon Choeur 1 [ ]
- Dessus 1 (violin, flute, oboe) Choeur 2 [ ]
- Dessus 2 (violin, flute, oboe) Choeur 2 [ ]
- Taille (viola, oboe) Choeur 2 [ ]
- Basse de violon Choeur 2 [ ]
- Basse continue [ ]
Edition notes: This edition has been made by Walter Heeroma and Madeleine Heijligers from the original manuscript in the Meslanges Autographes in the Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris, on the occasion of the Dutch premiere on November 15, 2015 by the Lelikoor conducted by JanJoost van Elburg.
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Title: Te Deum a 8 voix avec fl. et violons (H.145)
Composer: Marc-Antoine Charpentier
Published: probably first composed 1672
Description: The Te Deum is probably an arrangement made by Charpentier himself in the 1680's of an original dating from 1672 (now lost), and was probably commanded to celebrate the victory of king Louis XIV on the Netherlands. More information is in the preface to the score of CPDLno39554.
Original text and translations
Original text and translations may be found at Te Deum.