Quis non posset

Quis non posset
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    Accompaniment
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Instrument: Voice
Composed by: Franz Joseph Haydn
Key: F Major
Lyrics start: "Quis non posset contristari......."

“Quis non posset” is from Haydn’s Stabat Mater.

Franz Joseph Haydn’s Stabat Mater  was written in 1767, for soprano, alto, tenor and bass soloists, mixed choir, 2 oboes both doubling English horn in the sections in E-flat major, strings and organ continuo. The first performance is believed to have taken place March 25, 1768 in Vienna with soloists Anna Maria Scheffstoss and Carl Friberth, with Haydn conducting from the harpsichord.

Performance Length: 5’27”

Purchase includes: Mp3 Audio Track

  • Accompaniment

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Product Description

“Quis non posset” is from Haydn’s Stabat Mater.

Franz Joseph Haydn’s Stabat Mater  was written in 1767, for soprano, alto, tenor and bass soloists, mixed choir, 2 oboes both doubling English horn in the sections in E-flat major, strings and organ continuo. The first performance is believed to have taken place March 25, 1768 in Vienna with soloists Anna Maria Scheffstoss and Carl Friberth, with Haydn conducting from the harpsichord.

Performance Length: 5’27”

Purchase includes: Mp3 Audio Track

  • Accompaniment

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