|Work Title||Miserere from 'Il Trovatore'|
|Alternative. Title||by Verdi|
|Composer||Lehrer, Oscar J.|
|I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No.||IOL 6|
|Composer Time PeriodComp. Period||Early 20th century|
|Instrumentation||2 cornets (B♭), 2 trombones, piano|
|Related Works||Based on Il trovatore by Verdi|
Oscar J. Lehrer arranged many works for brass ensemble prior to his appointment as band director at the Univ. of Oklahoma.
Miserere is probably not appropriate tag, as the "Miserere" is the name here of a section of the opera, not a liturgical movement from a mass or similar work. (An English translation of Verdi's Act 4 Miserere goes somewhat like this, from the notes to the Chandos recording..
"Lord, have mercy upon a soul departing
for that abode from which there’s no returning; Lord, have mercy and with Thy love sustain him, grant that the fires of hell may never claim him." Besides, an arrangement of a work is usually tagged as pieces, not the same as the worktype (miserere) itself.