Telemann: Die Auferstehung und Himmelfahrt Jesu, TWV 6:6 (Vocal Score)

A festive oratorio for church and concert hall by Telemann. Vocal Score.
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KomponistTelemann, Georg Ph.
InstrumentationVocal Score

Composed around 1760, “Die Auferstehung und Himmelfahrt Jesu” is one of Telemann’s last large-scale vocal works. The libretto, by Karl Wilhelm Ramler, recounts the Biblical events from the Resurrection to the Ascension in seven sections.

Alternating between recitative, da capo arias and festive choruses, Telemann succeeds in producing a vivid and effective musical interpretation of the libretto.

Our edition of this oratorio is based on the Urtext from “Georg Philipp Telemann Musical Works”. The score contains a realisation of the continuo part. The work is ideal for performances in church and concert hall alike.

• Bilingual Foreword (Ger/Eng)
• Idiomatic piano reduction

Editor: Ralph-Jürgen Reipsch

Detailed instrumentation: Soprano solo (2), Alto solo, Tenor solo, Bass solo (2), Mixed choir (SATB), Flute (2), Oboe (2), Bassoon, Horn (2), Trumpet (3), Timpani, Violin (2), Viola, Basso continuo (Violoncello, Double bass, Bassoon, Harpsichord, Organ)