Die Hussiten vor Naumburg (Various)

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Arrangements and Transcriptions

For Piano solo

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General Information

Work Title Die Hussiten vor Naumburg im Jahre 1432
Alternative. Title Der Hussitenkrieg bei Naumburg
Composer Various
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 18 numbers in 5 acts
B.A. Weber: Ouvertüre. Marche maestoso — Più con moto vivace (D major)
  • Act I
1. B.A. Weber: [Chor]. Auf, Schnitter! Euch ladelt die reiche Natur. Allegro (E major)
2. Johann Philipp Christian Schulz: Chor. Allmächtiger, der da mit einem Winke. Andante (C major)
  • Act II
3. Steibelt: Entre-Act. Adagio non troppo — Allegro maestoso (C minor)
  • Act III
4. Gerl: Entre-Act. Larghetto — Allegro assai (C minor)
5. Danzi: Chor. Väter flammeln zitternd ihren Gegen. Larghetto non troppo (G minor)
6. Danzi: Entre-Act. Andante moderato (G minor)
  • Act IV
a. Steibelt: Entre-Act (C minor). Adagio maestoso — Allegro
b. I. Walter: Marsch (D major)
7. I. Walter: Chor [with B solo]. Wenn die roten Säbel klirren. Vivace ma non presto (D major)
8. Kranz: Marsch (sul teatro, da lontano; die Bläsenden Instrumente aufs Theater). Un poco vivace (C major)
a. Kranz: Chor [with TTBB soli]. Lustig, Kinder! fasset Mut (C major)
b. Anonymous: Walzer auf dem Theater. Andante (F major)
9. Joseph Schuster: Chor. Es [So] wütet der Krieger entflammtes Heer. [Without tempo] (C major)
a. Anonymous: Walzer im Orchester [Music is the same as 8b] (F major)
  • Act V
10. Steibelt: Nach dem Walzer. Entre-Act. Cantabile — Allegro (F major)
11. Reichardt: Chor. Von den Bergen scheuchte wild zurück. Andante con moto (F minor)
12. Vogler: Schlusschor. Hallelujah! Der Gott, zu dem wir riefen (Es drohten vierzigtausend Krieger). Allegro maestoso (C major)
First Performance. 1802-09 in Leipzig / 1802-11-05 in Berlin
Librettist August von Kotzebue (1761-1819)
Language German
Piece Style Classical
Instrumentation Voices: 2 tenors, 2 basses; mixed chorus (SSATTBB)
Orchestra: piccolo, 2 flutes, 2 oboes, 2 clarnets, 2 bassoons, 4 horns, 2 trumpets
timpani, tamburo turco, cinetti, triangle, tambourine, cymbals, strings
External Links Review in AMZ (oct 1802)

Misc. Comments

It seems (from AMZ's review) that in the first (Leipzig) performance there were only 7 choruses (Nos. 1, 2, 5-6, 6b-7, 8-8a, 11 & 12) and overture (this means that the Sixth chorus had no music). So this Berlin manuscript may be a later compilation, though undoubtly used for performances (acc. to Axel Schröter, there are more manuscripts with this set of choruses; e.g. a Stuttgart codex). Even the date on the last page (which is partly lost: 18xx) may be the date of copying of only that initial set.

  1. The author of No. 2 is not identified in the score (it reads: 'von Agm:'). AMZ calls him 'Hr. C. Schulz, ein junger privatisierende Musiker in Leipzig'. And so it is elsewhere. But in D-Hs's site Carl David Stegmann is stated instead of this.
  2. The author of the two Valses (Nos. 8b & 9a) is not identified.
  3. The name of the author of the Sixth chorus (No. 9) seems to have been added in the score later. Yet it is hardly readable. D-Hs suggests a Schäfer, but this is a fault: the fifth letter doesn't seem to be an F and the fourth is U (Gothic coursive is sometimes not easy to read: e.g. D-Hs has Franz instead of Kranz in No. 8). It's rather a Schuster (acc. to Axel Schröter, Joseph Schuster).
  4. The Finale chorus (No. 12) begins with lines (Der Gott, zu dem wir riefen) that can not be found in Kotzebue's play (at least in 1803 printed text), but soon proceeds to the real beginning of the chorus (Es drohten vierzigtausend Krieger).

This music must be discussed in:

  • Axel Schröter. Musik zu den Schauspielen August von Kotzebues: zur Bühnenpraxis während Goethes Leitung des Weimarer Hoftheaters

Schröter lists Friedrich Ludwig Aemilius Kunzen for the Fourth chorus (instead of Ignaz Walter).