||Augsburg: unknown publisher, unknown date (private publication?).
||Color Scan. They may be missing from the publication itself or may have not been scanned for some reason, but only 3 pages - 2, 4 and 6- of the 2nd violin part were scanned, unfortunately. (There are quite a few other liturgical works digitally scanned by Bühler at BSB, hopefully most of them more complete, however.)
||Missa brevis in F major, Op.23
|Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No.
|Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp.
||by ca.1820s or earlier?
|Composer Time PeriodComp. Period
||SATB chorus, Flute, 2 Oboes, 2 Horns in F, Strings, Violone (ad libitum), Organ
Probably performed around the time of composition. Classical or early-Romantic general style- date of composition unknown (from opus number probably later in composer's career, actually?)
- Kyrie (Adagio)
- Gloria (Allegro)
- Credo (Andante - Più moto)
- Sanctus (Andante - Allegro)
- Benedictus (Andante - Allegro)
- Agnus Dei (Larghetto - Poco andante)
Uses choral notation in choral parts.
According to RISM, Bühler's output of masses seems to have been prodigious- his opus 1, 10, 16, etc. contained masses in F major also (of the thousands of manuscripts, manuscript copies and published scores by Franz Bühler at RISM - quite a collection represented in that database... 500-plus belong to manuscript works and fragments having to do with settings of the mass.)