It is introduced by the basses alone, then repeated by the altos, with the basses singing counterpointand finally appears in the sopranos with a mostly homophonic four-part setting. Originally Mendelssohn planned to use "cellos and basses",  but in the final version scored the work for four-part choir SATB and an orchestra of two flutes, two clarinets, two bassoons, two violins, viola, two cellos and double bass.
Tuesday 9 June String Quartet No. Originally Mendelssohn planned to use "cellos and basses",  but in the final version scored the work for four-part choir SATB and an orchestra of two flutes, two clarinets, two bassoons, two violins, viola, two cellos and double bass.
Finale, Presto Scherzando. Mendelssohn: Prelude in C minor.
Verleih uns Frieden Grant us peace is a chorale cantata by Felix Mendelssohnsetting a prayer for peace by Martin Luther. In he formed his own choir The Cambridge Singers, with whom he has made numerous recordings on the Collegium Records label, and he appears regularly in several countries as a guest conductor and choral ambassador.
Categories : Compositions by Felix Mendelssohn compositions Chorale cantatas. The Lord bless you and keep you John Rutter. European Sacred Music - Vocal score. Views Read Edit View history. Verleih uns frieden mendelssohn piano sextet in Wiluna Mendelssohn, drawing by Eduard Bendemann
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