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==General Information==
 
==General Information==
'''Title:''' ''God hear on my crying''<br>
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'''Title:''' ''God hear on my crying'' or ''Gott höre mein Flehen''<br>
 
{{Composer|Christoph Dalitz}}
 
{{Composer|Christoph Dalitz}}
 
'''Source of text:''' [[Psalm 61]] vv.2, 4
 
'''Source of text:''' [[Psalm 61]] vv.2, 4
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{{MultiVoicing|2|n=2|1st=SS|2nd=TT}}<br>
 
{{MultiVoicing|2|n=2|1st=SS|2nd=TT}}<br>
 
{{Genre|Sacred|Madrigals}}
 
{{Genre|Sacred|Madrigals}}
{{Language|English}}
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{{Language|2|German|English}}
 
'''Instruments:''' {{BsCont}}<br>
 
'''Instruments:''' {{BsCont}}<br>
 
'''Published:''' 2010
 
'''Published:''' 2010

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  • CPDL #22457: Network.png (PDF file of English version) Network.png (PDF file of German version)
Editor: Christoph Dalitz (submitted 2010-10-17).   Score information: A4, 1 page, 28 kB   Copyright: CC BY SA
Edition notes: Includes a figured bass line.

General Information

Title: God hear on my crying or Gott höre mein Flehen
Composer: Christoph Dalitz
Source of text: Psalm 61 vv.2, 4

Number of voices: 2vv   Voicings: SS and TT
Genre: SacredMadrigal

Languages: German, English
Instruments: Basso continuo
Published: 2010

Description: Two brief psalm verses set in the "sacred madrigals" style of Monteverdi and Schütz, both with respect to the "soconda prattica" disposition and the expressive means for illustrating the text meaning.

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