|Johann-Christian Heinrich Rinck (1770-1846)・ヨハン・クリスティアン・ハインリヒ・リンク
|40 ページ・21 x 29.7 cm・147 g・ソフトカバー
Among the numerous Requiem settings of the 19th century, only very few are scored for male voices. Although several compositions (by, amongst others, Max Reger and Peter Cornelius) are designated ‘Requiem’, these are usually only single-movement works, not settings of the entire text of the ordinary. To date, only four complete settings for male choir - by Luigi Cherubini, Franz Liszt, Hugo Kaun and Lorenzo Perosare - are known. With the first edition of the Requiem by Johann Christian Heinrich Rinck for solo voices, male choir and organ, a further work is being made available for performance. Rinck, celebrated as the "Rhenish Bach" and as a worldwide famous composer, wrote it in 1836.