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RC 39 Te Deum laudamus

text source

Joseph Kehrein, Lateinische Anthologie aus den christlichen Dichtern des Mittelalters (Frankfurt am Main: Sauerländer 1840), 47-48

dedicatees

recordings

  • Anniversary Edition 4 Et'cetera KTC 1435 CD4

publications

  • Te Deum laudamus (vocal score) Noske, A.A. 17503368
  • Te Deum laudamus / Hymnus Sancti Ambrosii / Duobus choris inaequalibus et quattuor vocibus solis, cum orchestrae concentu Noske, A.A. 17503368

  • Te Deum laudamus
  • Milaan, Ambrosius van (Ambrosius of Miland)
  • soloists, two mixed choirs and orchestra
  • 1897-09-01 00:00:00.0 - 1897-12-01 00:00:00.0
  • duration ca. 20:00

Already in 1892 Diepenbrock made up his mind to write a Te Deum, but the first sketches do not date until May 1896. He actually wrote the piece between 1 September and 1 December 1897. Notes in two of the manuscripts indicate that Diepenbrock reworked the orchestration between 17 April and 8 June 1901. …more >

Te Deum, part 1 (incipit)
Te Deum, part 2 (incipit)