Sacred / Mass music

Sacred music is defined as the music written for use in religious ceremonies, for religious motives, or under religious influence. One of the most significant examples of religious music is the Mass, a form of composition that sets to music the invariable portions of the liturgy (Catholic, Anglican, or Lutheran). Masses can be written for choir with or without instrumental accompaniment, with some masses conceived as choral-orchestral concert pieces.
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Compositores destacados Johann Sebastian Bach  ·  Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart  ·  Franz Schubert  ·  Franz Liszt  ·  Franz Joseph Haydn  ·  Felix Mendelssohn  ·  Antonio Vivaldi  ·  Edvard Grieg  ·  Gabriel Fauré  ·  Edward Elgar  ·  Gioachino Antonio Rossini  ·  Max Reger  ·  Giuseppe Verdi  ·  Gustav Holst  ·  César Franck  ·  Charles Gounod  ·  Giovanni Palestrina  ·  William Byrd  ·  Tomás Luis de Victoria  ·  Orlande de Lassus  ·  Louis James Alfred Lefébure-Wély  ·  Josquin Des prez  ·  Heinrich Schütz  ·  Marc-Antoine Charpentier  ·  Giovanni Battista Pergolesi  ·  Théodore Dubois  ·  Jan Dismas Zelenka  ·  Guillaume de Machaut  ·  Giovanni Croce  ·  José Maria Xavier  ·  Manoel Dias de Oliveira  ·  Carlo Gesualdo  ·  Francisco Guerrero  ·  Antoine Brumel  ·  Giammateo Asola  ·  Nicolaus Bruhns  ·  Martiniano Ribeiro Bastos  ·  Charles Culbreth  ·  Emerico Lobo de Mesquita  ·  Philipp Heinrich Erlebach  ·  Lowell Mason  ·  Emin Aristakesyan  ·  Kaspar Ett  ·  Louis Lewandowski  ·  Jean Lhéritier  ·  Nicolas de Grigny  ·  Leopold von Zenetti  ·  Zenón Rolón  ·  João da Matta
Instruments Choir  ·  Choir and Instrument  ·  Choir and Orchestra  ·  Organ  ·  Piano  ·  Solo voice(s)  ·  Violin  ·  Voice(s) and Instruments  ·  Voice(s) and Orchestra  ·  Voice(s) and Piano
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