Gloria by : Luigi Boccherini : Martin Banner
Luigi Boccherini (1743-1805) was the product of an artistic family (his father was a cellist; his brother a dancer and poet; his sister a ballet dancer); and followed in his father's footsteps as a cellist in his native town of Lucca; Italy. His Gloria may have been composed between 1764 and 1766; possibly written under the influence of the composer's roman teacher Costanzi; when in service at the palatine chapel of Lucca. However; this work may possibly be; along with the Kyrie; part of the opus 59 mass composed in 1800 (now lost). The composition is divided into six movements: 1. Gloria In Excelsis – Chorus 2. Laudamus – Soprano And Tenor Duet 3. Qui Tollis – Chorus 4. Qui Sedes E Quoniam – Bass Aria 5. Cum Sancto I – Chorus 6. Cum Sancto II – Chorus. Includes: 2 Vln; Vla; Cello; Bass; Continuo and Full Score.
| Media ||Octavo|
| Format ||SATB|
| Length x Width ||11 x 8.5 inches |
| Shipping Weight||0.45 pounds |
|East Coast Music Product Code ||ZHL8763142|
| 1st Publication Date||01/2016|
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