Bruckner: Two Abendhimmels, for 4 Celli
Anton Bruckner (1824-1896) was an Austrian composer and organist best known for his massive symphonies. He was deeply religious and wrote numerous sacred works for chorus and orchestra. As a young man he sang in men's choirs and wrote secular works for them. These Abendhimmels (tr. Evening Sky) were written in Linz in the early 1860s for such a men's choir.
The music is of moderate difficulty, chromatic in harmony, and all parts are in bass clef. Purchase includes scores and parts.
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