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Hallelujah From Exultate Jubilate - Mozart* - The Best Of Mozart

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  1. 9. Exsultate, jubilate. If you like Mozart’s operas, this solo religious motet is bound to impress. Originally written for a male castrato singer, it’s now usually performed by a female singer. The final movement, setting just the word ‘Alleluia’ to fast running quavers, is a masterpiece.
  2. Composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (). Edited by Wolfgang Hochstein. This edition: urtext. Stuttgart Urtext Edition: Mozart. Exsultate, Jubilate Rev Sacred vocal music, Trinity, Christmas, Praise and thanks, Feasts of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Hymns in praise of the Virgin Mary. Single Part, Organ. Composed
  3. The motet Exsultate, jubilate was composed in Milan in January while Mozart and his father Leopold were on the last of their three visits to Italy. They had traveled to oversee the first performances of the young composer's Lucio Silla, K. , an opera seria commissioned by the ducal theater in Milan.
  4. Renée Fleming - Mozart Hallelujah from motet Exultate Jubilate. Renée Fleming - Mozart Hallelujah from motet Exultate Jubilate. Renée Fleming - Mozart Hallelujah from motet Exultate Jubilate Music video by Il Divo performing Hallelujah (Alelujah). (C) Simco Limited under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment UK Limited.
  5. Print and Download Alleluja From Exultate Jubilate, K. (for Soprano And String Quartet) sheet music. Score,Set of Parts sheet music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (): Joel Jacklich at Sheet Music Plus: The World Largest Selection of Sheet Music. (S).
  6. Its first performance took place at the Theatine Church on 17 January , while Rauzzini was still singing in Mozart's opera at night. Mozart made some revisions around In modern times, the motet is usually sung by a female soprano. Structure. It has four sections: Exsultate jubilate – AllegroCatalogue: K.
  7. Exsultate, Jubilate, K , (Latin: “Rejoice, Be Glad”) written by Mozart in , when the composer was still in his teens. The Alleluja finale, has long been a favorite.
  8. Mozart's Exsultate, jubilate The sheer combination of youth involved in the composition and premiere of Exsultate, jubilate completely belies the sound of the work. To many, it’s the sound of a genius at the peak of his powers, harnessing some of the finest slices of his imagination with aplomb and wisdom.
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  10. Alleluia is a choral arrangement of a famous melody from the third movement of one of Mozart's best-known works, the motet Exsultate, jubilate (K. ). The third movement was originally scored in F Major for soprano and an orchestra comprised of two oboes, two horns, strings, continuo and organ.

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