Johann Ernst Eberlin (17021762)

Terra tremuit

Offertory for the Easter Sunday
Sacred music from Salzburg

för: 4 solister (SATB), blandad kör (SATB), orkester, basso continuo

Partitur

Artikelnr.186729
Författare/kompositörJohann Ernst Eberlin
RedaktörPaul Horn
Redaktör Armin Kircher
Omfattning28 sidor; 21 × 30 cm
Varaktighet 4:00 minuter
Publiceringsår2006
Förlag/TillverkareCarus Verlag
Tillverkarens nr.CV 27.110/00
ISMN9790007087777

Beskrivning

Scoring: Soli SATB, Coro SATB, 2 Ctr, Timp, [3 Trb], 2 Vl, Bc

Eberlin’s programmatic setting of the offertory “Terra tremuit” was written for the festive liturgy of Easter Sunday at Salzburg Cathedral, which in the 17th and 18th centuries was a center of the cultivation of the polyphonic offertory. Verses 9 and 10 of Psalm 76 (Vulgata 75), with their vivid description of the earth trembling and falling silent are Eberlin’s basis for the offertory.

Eberlin depicts the earthquake by means of a written-out tremolo of the strings, and by staccato singing of the syllables of the word “tremuit”. The Resurrection is depicted musically by ascending figures at the words “dum resurgere”. An Alleluia concludes the work.