Missa Eucharistica (Steffen, Elmer Andrew)

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Sheet Music

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Publisher. Info. New York: J. Fischer & Brother, 1932. Plate J. F. & B. 6612-21.
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Misc. Notes Uploaded without additional Credo harmonization by Carlo Rossini (d. 1975), which is commercially available.
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General Information

Work Title Missa Eucharistica
Alternative. Title
Composer Steffen, Elmer Andrew
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IES 1
Key G major
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 5 (or 7) movements
First Publication. 1932
Librettist Catholic litergy
Language Latin
Dedication "Dedicated to His Excellency the Most Reverend Joseph Chartrand, D. D., Bishop of Indianapolis"
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Early 20th century
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation voices (SATB), organ (or orchestra)
Extra Information Also exists in arrangements for TTBB (1932) and for unison voices (1942)

Misc. Comments

  • There are 2 Credo settings (7 movements total) in the published score, but neither claims to be original work. The main setting is Nicola Montani's (1880-1948) harmonization of Credo III with interpolated polyphony by Montani. Appended to the end is a harmonization of Credo V by Carlo Rossini (1890-1975).
  • The indication "With Organ or Orchestra" is situated on the title page beneath the indications for the arrangements, so it is difficult to tell whether either of these is an arrangement with the mixed chorus version as well. Tagged with both as original for now, subject to correction if an orchestral version is ever uploaded that clarifies this.