Hasse: Miserere mei, Deus (Have mercy upon me, O God) SSAA, strings & continuo


In this opening movement from a major baroque work from the Venetian ospedali repertoire, the choir’s sustained, mostly homophonic chords are interwoven with angular chromatic lines in the upper strings. The lower strings and continuo support this texture with detached repeated chords, to make a rich texture of complementary independent parts. Edited by Ralph Hunter from the composer’s autograph manuscript, this piece was sung by the 1999 ACDA National Women’s Honor Choir in Chicago. SSAA, strings, and continuo (score and parts available); Latin; 8 pages, plus literary translation and editorial notes; duration: 4:30 min.; range: g to g”; difficulty: easy-medium. Instrumental parts: Violin 1…..TC-149-VLN1; Violin 2…..TC-149-VLN2; Viola…..TC-149-VLA; Cello/Bass…..TC-149-VC; Continuo realization…..TC-149-CONT; Full score…..TC-149-ORCH Instrumentation: SSAA, strings & continuo
Published by: Treble Clef Music

Minimum order quantity: 8 copies.

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Weight 0.1124 lbs

Hasse, Johann Adolph


SSAA, strings & continuo

Publication Type

Choral Octavo



Treble Clef Music


Treble Clef Music