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    Die Himmel ruhmen des Ewigen Ehre (Concert Band - Score and Parts) - Beethoven, Ludwig van - Doss, Thomas

    Concert Band with optional SATB ChoirMaster-composer Ludwig van Beethoven was born in Bonn, in 1770, but he lived in Vienna from 1792, until his death in 1827. With his innovative style, he has had a great influence on Western classical music. Die Himmel ruhmen des Ewigen Ehre (The Heavens Extol the Glory of God) is the first line of the poem Die Ehre Gottes in der Natur, which was written by Christian Furchtegott Gellert (1715-1769). The music that Beethoven composed to the text, was published in 1803, as the fourth Lied (song) in a cycle of six (6 Lieder nach Gedichten von Gellert, opus 48). Thomas Doss has arranged the song - in which nature, as created by God, is mirrored majestically - into a wonderful work for concert band.Choir parts available separately.Duration: 3.00

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    Die Himmel ruhmen des Ewigen Ehre (SATB Choral Octavo) - Beethoven, Ludwig van - Doss, Thomas

    Master-composer Ludwig van Beethoven was born in Bonn, in 1770, but he lived in Vienna from 1792, until his death in 1827. With his innovative style, he has had a great influence on Western classical music. 'Die Himmel rhmen des Ewigen Ehre' (The Heavens Extol the Glory of God) is the first line of the poem 'Die Ehre Gottes in der Natur', which was written by Christian Frchtegott Gellert (1715-1769). The music that Beethoven composed to the text, was published in 1803, as the fourth Lied (song) in a cycle of six (6 Lieder nach Gedichten von Gellert, opus 48). Thomas Doss has arranged the song - in which nature, as created by God, is mirrored majestically - into a wonderful work for concert band.