Missa brevis pro juventute

OP.24

Missa brevis pro juventute

2019

Original compositions

Nr.1 Kyrie
(2019) [02:20]
LMB-OP-024-01-A-2019

Nr.2 Gloria

(2019) [02:10]
LMB-OP-024-02-A-2019

Nr.3 Sanctus

(2019) [03:00]
LMB-OP-024-03-A-2019

Nr.4 Agnus Dei

(2019) [02:10]
LMB-OP-024-04-A-2019

Instrumentation:
Version A: flute, clarinet, horn, harp, organ (or piano) and choir from two to 8 mixed voices (SSAATTBB)
Version B: flute, clarinet, horn, harp (or guitar), strings, organ (or piano) and choir from two to 8 mixed voices (SSAATTBB)
Dedication: MaxVokal München
First performance | Performers: 22.12.2019 – Maximilianskirche in Munich – Denise Fagiani, flute – Julian Häußler, clarinet – Anton Doppelbauer, horn – Bernadette Rührgarten, harp – Konstantin Esterl, organ – MaxVokal München – conducted by Gerald Häußler
Further performances | Performers: 14.11.2021 – Maximilianskirche in Munich – Ivana Zahirovic, flute – Jean-Baptiste Wallez, clarinet – Christian Panzer, horn – Deniz Esen, harp – Konstantin Esterl, organ – MaxVokal München – Conductor: Gerald Häußler | 01. 10.2022 – Basilica di S.Barbara – Mantua – Denise Fagiani, flute – Julian Häußler, clarinet – Damiano Servalli, horn – Sophie Esterbauer, guitar – Konstantin Esterl, organ – MaxVokal München – Conductor: Gerald Häußler | 02.10. 2022 – Basilica di S.Maria Assunta – Gandino (BG) – Denise Fagiani, flute – Julian Häußler, clarinet – Damiano Servalli, horn – Sophie Esterbauer, guitar – Konstantin Esterl, organ – MaxVokal München – direction Gerald Häußler | 25.06. 2023 – Maximilianskirche München – Sunday Mass broadcast live on the ZDF television channel – Denise Fagiani, flute – Julian Häußler, clarinet – Jonas Kamp, horn – Melis Çom, harp – Konstantin Esterl, organ – MaxVokal München – direction Gerald Häußler.
Edition: unpublished work
Description: the mass was born as a parody of the previous opus, using the material and transcribing it for a small chamber staff, adapting the atmospheres of the different seasons to the texts of the ordinarium missae: Kyrie=winter, Gloria=spring, Sanctus=summer, Agnus=autumn. The texts are proposed in their liturgical version except for the Gloria, where only the incipit taken from the Gospel text of the announcement to the shepherds is taken up.