Gradualgesänge für die Hauptfeste, Op.44 (Kromolicki, Joseph)

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Sheet Music


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Publisher. Info. Augsburg: Anton Böhm & Sohn, n.d.[1937]. Plate 8630-8632.
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General Information

Work Title Gradualgesänge für die Hauptfeste
Alternative. Title
Composer Kromolicki, Joseph
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. Op.44
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 14 songs in 3 books
  • Book 1
  1. Weihnachtsfest (I. Messe)
  2. Weihnachtsfest (III. Messe)
  3. Fest des hl. Stephanus
  4. Fest der Beschneidung des Herrn
  5. Fest der Erscheinung des Herrn
  • Book 2
  1. Ostersonntag
  2. Ostermontag
  3. Christi Himmelfahrt
  4. Pfingstsonntag
  5. Pfingstmontag
  • Book 3
  1. Dreifaltigkeitssonntag
  2. Fronleichnamsfest
  3. Christkönigsfest
  4. Kirchweihfest
First Publication. 1937 – Augsburg: Anton Böhm & Sohn
Language Latin
Dedication see below
Book 1: Herrn Ordinariatsrat Prof. Dr. Georg Köhler (Berlin)
Book 2: Herrn Pfarrer Franz Kusche (Berlin)
Book 3: Herrn Domkapellmeister Dr. Karl Forster (Berlin)
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Early 20th century
Piece Style Early 20th century
Instrumentation mixed chorus (SATB)