Kirchweihfest-Cantate, Op.60 (Gast, Friedrich Moritz)

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Schatz leichter Kirchenmusiken
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Work Title Kirchweihfest-Cantate
Alternative Title Freuet euch in dem Herrn allewege! ; Kantate zur Kirchweih oder Erntefest
Composer Gast, Friedrich Moritz
Opus/Catalogue Number Op.60
Key C major
Movements/Sections 3 sections
Year/Date of Composition 1870 ca.?
First Publication 1884 or earlier
Hofmeister's Monatsbericht (1884), p.97
Librettist P. Schmidt (after Biblical text) (possibly??? Paul Wilhelm Schmidt, 1845–1921?)
Language German
Average Duration 6 minutes
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation Mixed chorus (SATB) and organ


Misc. Comments

  • Mentioned as one of Gast's publications in the 1887 Handbuch der musikalischen Literatur, Volume 9 (page 184).
  • Paul Wilhelm Schmidt's output includes titles e.g. Der geschichte Jesu, also (translating another title) "A short Protestant commentary on the books of the New Testament:with general and special introductions", etc. - perhaps this might be P. Schmidt (fl. by 1887?) though of course it is also possible that the author of the text was not a 19th-century author at all, for example. - Schissel
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