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Editor First edition Viktor Keldorfer — Vienna: Universal Edition , Plate U. Editing: re-sampled to dpi, converted to black and white tif files, de-skewed, and set uniform margins. This file is part of the Sibley Mirroring Project. Editor Ludwig Berberich — Plate Kleine Kirchenmusikwerke, pp. Editor Alexander Reuter. Editor Wolfgang Glas. Wikipedia article. Pange lingua, WAB 31 ca. Asperges me, WAB 4 ca. Tantum ergo, WAB 32 , ca.
Tantum ergo, WAB 43 ca. Totenlied No. Vexilla regis, WAB 51
Ecce sacerdos magnus, WAB 13 (Bruckner, Anton)
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Ecce sacerdos (Anton Bruckner)
It is a musical setting of the antiphon of the same title. This work was composed at the request of Johann Burgstaller, to be performed at the Linz Cathedral on the th anniversary of the founding of the diocese. It was completed by 28 April and sent to Burgstaller in mid-May. The piece of in total bars is a six-part responsorium in A minor for eight-voice mixed choir, three trombones and organ: . The antiphon, which was intended as processional music for the entrance of the bishop into the cathedral, was thus designed to be "majestic" and "ceremonial" in character. The work's "most enthralling feature" is "the antiphonal writing of Gabrielian grandeur" in bars 64— The trombones, which usually double the low voices, occasionally adopt independent lines.