César Franck wrote his Mass in A major, op. 12 (also catalogued as FWV 61), in 1860. It is divided, as customary, in six movements, and calls for a small chamber force of STB chorus, harp, organ, cello, and bass. Most famous is the Panis Angelicus section, a setting of the penultimate strophe of the hymn 'Sacris Solemnis' (attributed to St. Thomas Aquinas).
Stream great classical music on the Web, Mobile or Apple TV
Simply track your practice time, set goals, and get help completing homework assignments.
There are no questions yet.
You have exceeded your free account download limit for today.
Return tomorrow for additional free downloads, or consider upgrading to remove the download limit.