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The first date for Mass No. 6 in E flat major to appear on the score is June
1828, although evidence exists that Schubert had begun to draft it earlier. It
was completed by July. It was composed in response to a commission or request
from Michael Leitermayer, choirmaster of the Church of the Holy Trinity (Alserkirche)
in Alsergrund, Vienna. It was not performed until after Schubert's death, with a
premiere in the Alserkirche on October 4, 1829. It was Schubert's final setting
of the order of Mass, and is classified as a missa solemnis.
Mass No. 6 in E flat major is scored for SATB choir and SATTB soloists and
Please review our sample recordings below and make your selection according
to your requirement.
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For the Choir :
is included when you purchase any voice part, as the Bonus Download..
Accompaniment and Soloists :
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Credo - Choir Soprano
Credo - Choir Alto
Credo - Choir Tenor
Credo - Choir Bass
Credo - Choir SATB Together
Credo - Accompaniment with assistance
Credo - Accompaniment without assistance
Et incarnatus est - Soli Tenor with assistance
Et incarnatus est - Soli Tenor without assistance