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Exsultate, Jubilate

Exsultate! Jubilate! (Downloadable) - file_E *Downloadable choral octavo minimum order quantity is 6. $ Add to Cart. Add to Wish List. Add to Compare. Quick Overview. This unique setting pairs the iconic Latin text with an original English text, which is a response to the question, “Why do we rejoice and shout our praises to God?”.

The sumptious sound of Gardiner's English Baroque Soloists opens this disc with clarion precision. From the very beginning, they are the epitome of perfect baroque playing - never getting a microbeat behind Gardiner's fiendishly speedy baton, and are particularly delightful when tripping through Mozart's Exsultate Jubilate accompanying the sublime Ms McNair/5(13).

By Brian Lewis. SATB Choral Octavo. This exuberant Latin text setting is built upon a lively 6/8 meter. In the B section, contemporary tone clusters are easily achieved with logical voice leading. Accessible repertoire for festival and concert programs. Accompaniment available on PianoTrax 4 CD ().

 · Jubilate Exsultate is, by the way, a motet written by Mozart in or maybe the end of Roundabouts that time. You could say it’s something of a frothy piece of music but there is no doubt that it jubilates and there is a fair argument that it exsultates as well. A motet, it should be noted, is a short piece of choral music.

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  1. When Mozart was sixteen, he visited Milan with his father for the premiere of his opera Lucia Silla, K He was overwhelmed with the castrato Venanzio Rauzzini who starred in the title role of Cecilio. “He sang like an angel,” Mozart declared. Three weeks later he produced Exultate Jubilate to display Rauzzini’s talent. It was performed on Janu, in the Church of San Antonio.

  2. Exsultate, Jubilate, K , (Latin: “Rejoice, Be Glad”) three-movement motet (short sacred composition for voice sung with or without an orchestra) written by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in , when the composer was still in his teens.

  3. Three weeks later he produced Exultate Jubilate to display Rauzzini’s talent. It was performed on Janu, in the Church of San Antonio. His seventeenth birthday was the following day. Later he would revise the work two times (discovered in ), but the original version is the one which has stayed in the repertoire.

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