Totus in corde langueo, D.136 (Schubert, Franz)

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Editor Eusebius Mandyczewski (1857-1929)
Publisher. Info. Franz Schubert's Werke, Serie 14, No.1
Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel, 1884-97. Plate F.S. 158.
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Publisher. Info. Vienna: Diabelli, n.d. Plate D et C No. 1900.
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For Soprano and Organ (Wildt)

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Arranger Sigrid Wildt (b. 1955)
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General Information

Work Title Totus in corde langueo
Alternative. Title Erstes Offertorium
Composer Schubert, Franz
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. D.136 ; Op.46
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IFS 768
Key C major
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 1815 or 1816
First Performance. 1825-09-08
First Publication. 1825
Librettist Biblical?
Language Latin
Dedication Ludwig Titze (1797-1850) (autograph gives (J. or H.?) Doppler as the dedicatee, however.)
Average DurationAvg. Duration 5 minutes
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Classical
Instrumentation Voices: soprano (or tenor), clarinet (C) (or violin)
Orchestra: 2 flutes, 2 horns (C), strings (minus violas), organ, continuo
Primary Sources Autograph
External Links Deutsch catalog
The Lied, Art Song, and Choral Texts Archive
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The continuo is unrealized. Though the title page says it was composed in 1816, no mention of a tenor was made in that version. It was published in 1825, this time with a new opus number -- 46, and the designation "soprano (or tenor)".

The dedication to tenor Ludwig Titze dates from its premiere by Titze in 1825. Dedication is different on the autograph score @ BNF. (As dedication is usually assigned at time of publication, this arguably is a matter of trivia.)