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Michael Haydn’s Ich komm mit wahrer Reue, his Stille, stille, Gottes Wille and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s Jener Donnerworte Kraft : an examination of these works, with performance suggestions and critical editions Bennett, Neal Andrew
This document presents three arias for trombone and voice excerpted from parts of Lenten oratorios from Salzburg composed by Michael Haydn and an eleven-year-old W.A. Mozart. The primary aim of this research and document is to make these arias known to trombonists once more, thus extending the repertoire. Chapter Two discusses Michael Haydn's "Ich komm mit wahrer Reue" its manuscript, musical textures, performance challenges and text. Chapter Three provides a similar examination of Haydn's "Stille, Stille, Gottes Wille" and Chapter Four examines W.A. Mozart's "Jener Donnerworte Kraft". Chapter Five discusses Leopold Mozart's "Violinschule" as a performance resource for interpreting these works. The appendices contain performance editions of the arias composed by Michael Haydn.
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