ASVM Vol. III


Pehr Frigel (1750 - 1842)
FÖRSONAREN PÅ OLJOBERGET

Oratorium (Cantate) i en inledning och 3 afdelningar
Words by Samuel Ödmann

Article nr.
ASVM III

Full score (A4, Metal-spiralbinding, 395 pages)

Language
Swedish

Edition, preface (Swedish / English) and thorough bass by Sture Lindholm

Performance material on request.

CAST
Soli: SSATBB
Choir: SSAATTBB
Orchestra: Tr. I/II, Timp., Cor. I-IV, Fl. I/II, Ob. I/II, Clar. I/II, Fag. I/II, Tromb. I-III, Vl I/II, Vla. I/II, Vc., Cb., Org.

Pehr Frigel was born 1750 in Kalmar and studied at the renowned university of Uppsala. He went to Stockholm, where he combined his live as a composer with work at the Royal Offices, to earn his living. He became Secretary of the Royal Swedish Academy of Music and worked as a teacher in composition, musical theory and aesthetics. His major work is the imposing oratorio “The redeemer on the Mount of olives – or Christ’s Ascension” was composed 1815 and probably performed twice in Stockholm. After that it took almost 200 years until it was performed again, 2004 at the Cathedral of Frigel’s hometown Kalmar. In it’s subject and musical language it reminds of Beethoven’s “Christus am Ölberg” (1803). Each of the three parts contains a Choral, big solo-arias, ensembles and Choirs.

 

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