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Schnabel, Josef Ignaz Josef Ignaz Schnabel
Germany Germany
(1767 - 1831)
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Schnabel, Josef Ignaz: "Inclina Domine" for Tuba & Piano

"Inclina Domine" for Tuba & Piano
Josef Ignaz Schnabel

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ViewDownload PDF : Tuba Part (58.29 Ko)
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Inclina Domine for Tuba & Piano
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Inclina Domine for Tuba & Piano
Download MP3 (2.07 Mo) : (by Magatagan, Michael)47x 23x

Composer :Josef Ignaz SchnabelSchnabel, Josef Ignaz (1767 - 1831)
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Tuba and Piano

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Josef Ignaz SchnabelMagatagan, Mike (1960 - )
Copyright :Public Domain
Joseph Ignaz Schnabel (1767 - 1831) was a German composer and church musician.

Schnabel came from a musical family and was taught music early on by his father. As a child he was a chorister of the church in Wroclaw Vincent and attended by age 12, because he wanted to be a priest, St. Matthias School. By a fall in the water, he retired due to chronic ear problems, so he was no longer considered a career as a suitable priest.

Schnabel's compositional output consisted mainly instrumental accompaniment church music. With it, he established a special Silesian tradition, also known as Breslau school, which was widely independent of restorative tendencies still alive until the Second World War. Schnabel's best-known work is his treatment of the archives of the Wrocław Cathedral Weihnachtspastorale found an unknown composers from the early 18th Century, "Transeamus usque Bethlehem" (Travel to Bethelem), which must now be counted in the standard repertoire of many church choirs.

Although originally created for Voice (B) and Organ, I created this arrangement for F Tuba and Acoustic Piano.
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Added by magataganm the 2013-11-03

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