Prelude to Te Deum for trumpet and organ by Marc-Antoine Charpentier available at Editions Bim. Te Deum Prelude “By Marc-Antoine Charpentier (). For trumpet solo ( in C or D, or piccolo trumpet in A) and organ accompaniment. Baroque. Marc-Antoine Charpentier () can be considered the pre-eminent French His Te Deum, of which the Prelude has become well known ( particularly in.
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Charpentier authored six Te Deum settings, although only four of them have survived. Charpentier considered the key D-major as “bright and very warlike”.
The choir and other soloists join gradually. Charpentier apparently intended to orchestrate the work according to the traditional exegesis of the Latin text. The choir thus predominates in the first part verset 1—10, praise of God, heavenly dimensionand individual soloists in the second part verset 11—20, Christological section, secular dimension.
In subsequent versets, nos. The composition is scored for five soloists SSATB and choir SATBaccompanied with an instrumental ensemble of 2 nonspecified recorders or flutes, 2 oboes, trumpet, low trumpet and grom playing the same part2 violins, 2 violas “haute-contres de violon” and “tailles de violon” and basso continuo.
Typical continuo instruments used in French baroque music are ” basses de violon ” a cello -like, large scaled instrument often replaced by cellos in modern performancesorgan, harpsichord, theorbo, bass viol and bassoon.
Furthermore, serpents were frequently used to double the cahrpentier line of vocal choirs in 17th century France. The orchestral tutti is mostly constricted charpehtier 4 parts all high wind instruments and violins playing the same linewhile the vocal soloist sections make use of a lighter three-part instrumental texture including 2 flutes and basso continuo as well as 2 violins and basso continuo.
After the peelude rediscovery in by French musicologist Carl de Nysthe instrumental prelude, Marche en rondeauwas chosen in as the theme music preceding the broadcasts of the European Broadcasting Union. The prelude was used for the introduction of the Olympiad films by Bud Greenspan.
Charpentier – Prelude from ‘Te Deum’ sheet music for Trumpet –
The prelude was used in popular songs including “United” by Drafi and “Kun rakkaus voittaa” by Fredi. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Prelude from Te Deum 2: Translated by Taylor, Steve.
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