||Composer's manuscript (holograph), n.d. (1862-63).
||Original images: 300dpi, color jpg files approx. 3550 by 5000 pixels.|
RISM. On the first page of the score appears "Yverdon 1862/3" written in blue pencil probably at a later date by a librarian.
||Schwur im Rütli
|Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No.
|Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp.
|Composer Time PeriodComp. Period
||Voices: soprano + 2 male choruses (TTBB, TTBB)|
Orchestra: 2 piccolos, 4 flutes, 6 clarinets (2 in E♭, 2 in C, 2 in B♭/A), 4 bassoons + 4 horns (2 in A♭, 2 in F/D, 2 in E♭), 4 trumpets (2 in E♭, 2 in F), 2 tenor trombones, 2 bass trombones, 2 tenor tubas (E♭), 2 bass tubas (B♭) + 4 timpani, bass drum, cymbals, tam-tam, triangle
Revised by Draeseke in 1868 for full orchestra (including full string section). 1862-63 manuscript includes a piano reduction.
- Described at Draeseke.org as a Cantata. Did Draeseke describe it so? Does bass violin here mean viola da braccio or double bass? Assuming double bass... - Schissel ... Draesekes word is: "Contrabassi"! Paternostergäßler. As far, as I know, Draeseke never used the word "Cantate". It was always "Schwur im Rütli" Paternostergäßler