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FULL BRUCKNER TE DEUM London 2024 Nathalie Stutzmann, Lucy Crowe, Anna Stéphany, Robin Tritschler, Alexander Tsymbalyuk

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Anton Bruckner, Symphony No. 9 in D Minor, WAB 109
1. Feierlich, Misterioso
2. Scherzo (Bewegt lebhaft) – Trio (Schnell)
3. Adagio. Langsam, feierlich

Anton Bruckner, Te Deum in C major, WAB 45
I. Te deum
II. Te ergo quaesumus
III. Aeterna Fac
IV. Salvum Fac populum tuum
V. In te Domine speravi

The Te Deum in C major, WAB 45, is a setting of the Te Deum hymn, composed by Anton Bruckner for SATB choir and soloists, orchestra, and organ ad libitum.Bruckner started work on his Te Deum from 3 to 17 May 1881, when he was finalising his Symphony No. 6. After finishing his next Symphony No. 7, Bruckner resumed work on his Te Deum on 28 September 1883. The vocal and orchestral score was completed on 7 March 1884. The ad lib. organ part was added on a separate score on 16 March 1884. The composer dedicated the piece A.M.D.G. “in gratitude for having safely brought me through so much anguish in Vienna.”

The Te Deum was premiered in the Kleiner Musikvereinssaal in Vienna on 2 May 1885, with soloists Frau Ulrich-Linde, Emilie Zips, Richard Exleben, and Heinrich Gassner, with the choir of the Wiener Akademischer Richard Wagner Verein, and Robert Erben and Joseph Schalk substituting for the orchestra on two pianos. Hans Richter conducted the first performance with full orchestra on 10 January 1886 in the Großer Musikvereinssaal in Vienna.

Thereafter, there were almost thirty more performances within Bruckner’s lifetime. The last performance, which Bruckner attended, was conducted by Richard von Perger at the suggestion of Johannes Brahms. On his copy of the score, Gustav Mahler crossed out “für Chor, Soli und Orchester, Orgel ad libitum” (for choir, solos and orchestra, organ ad libitum) and wrote “für Engelzungen, Gottsucher, gequälte Herzen und im Feuer gereinigte Seelen!” (for the tongues of angels, seekers of God, chastened hearts, and souls purified in the fire!). The composer himself called the work “the pride of his life”.

The first performance in the United States occurred at the Cincinnati May Festival on 26 May 1892. Theodore Thomas conducted the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, the Cincinnati May Festival Chorus and the soloists Corinne Moore-Lawson, Marie Ritter-Goetze, Edward Lloyd and George Ellsworth Holmes.

The draft version of 1881 and the first sketch of 1883 are stored in the archive of the Kremsmünster Abbey. The voice and orchestral score, and the ad lib. organ score of 1884 are stored in the archive of the Österreichische Nationalbibliothek.
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