Partition (Sacred Mass)

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.

Titre Compositeur Instrument Époque
2 Geistliche Chöre, Op.115 Felix Mendelssohn Choir Romantic
2 Kirchenhymnen, S.669 Franz Liszt Organ Romantic
2 Kirchenlieder, K.343/336c Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Voice(s) and Piano Classical
2 Offertoires Gaetano Amadeo Organ Romantic
2 Offertories, Op. 65 Gabriel Fauré Voice(s) and Instruments Romantic
2 Psalms Josquin Des prez Choir Renaissance
2 Sacred Songs, Op.105 Max Reger Voice(s) and Instruments Early 20th Century
2 Songs after Jørgen Moe, EG 162 Edvard Grieg Piano Romantic
2 Songs, Op. 67 Gabriel Fauré Organ Romantic
2e verset du 41e Psaume Charles-Valentin Alkan Voice(s) and Piano Romantic
3 Anthems for Church Service, Op.6 George Whitefield Chadwick Choir and Instrument Romantic
3 Chœurs religieux Gioachino Antonio Rossini Voice(s) and Piano Romantic
3 Geistliche Lieder, WoO 14 Felix Mendelssohn Organ Romantic
3 Hymnes à saint Nicaise, H.55-57 Marc-Antoine Charpentier Solo voice(s) Baroque
3 Hymns, Op.96 Felix Mendelssohn Voice(s) and Orchestra Romantic
3 Offertories, Op.91 Dudley Buck Voice(s) and Instruments Romantic
3 Orgel Liederen Jan Zwart Organ Early 20th Century
3 Psalmlieder, Op.13 Peter Cornelius Choir Romantic
3 Psalms Josquin Des prez Choir Renaissance
3 Psalms, Op.78 Felix Mendelssohn Choir Romantic
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Compositeurs à l'affiche Ludwig van Beethoven · Johann Sebastian Bach · Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart · Franz Schubert · Pyotr Il'yich Tchaikovsky · Antonio Vivaldi · Various · Felix Mendelssohn · Claude Debussy · Georg Friedrich Händel · Edvard Grieg · Johannes Brahms · Franz Liszt · Franz Joseph Haydn · Erik Satie · Sergei Rachmaninoff · Camille Saint-Saëns · Gustav Holst · Giuseppe Verdi · Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov · Johann Pachelbel · Robert Schumann · Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach · Gioachino Antonio Rossini · Hector Berlioz · Edward Elgar · Gabriel Fauré · Modest Mussorgsky · Charles Gounod · Henry Purcell · Luigi Boccherini · Christoph Willibald Gluck · William Byrd · Anton Bruckner · Georg Philipp Telemann · Claudio Monteverdi · Max Reger · Ralph Vaughan Williams · César Franck · Charles-Valentin Alkan · Léo Delibes · Jean Baptiste Lully · Dietrich Buxtehude · Jean-Philippe Rameau · Carl Maria von Weber · Giovanni Palestrina · François Couperin · Gaetano Donizetti · Marc-Antoine Charpentier · Aleksandr Glazunov
Instruments Chamber group · Choir · Choir and Instrument · Choir and Orchestra · Guitar · Harp · Oboe · Open Instrumentation · Orchestra · Organ · Piano · Piano 4 hands · Solo Instrument and Piano · Solo Instrument(s) and Orchestra · Solo voice(s) · String Quartet · Violin · Voice(s) and Instruments · Voice(s) and Orchestra · Voice(s) and Piano · Wind Ensemble
Periods 20th Century · 21st Century · Baroque · Classical · Early 20th Century · Late 19th century · Medieval · Renaissance · Romantic