Hans Rott -
Pater Noster in G major
for Bass or Baritone, String Quartet and Double Bass

(Nowak no. 6, Banks no. 13)

Updated on
January 8, 2012
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The Pater Noster was composed presumably in 1876. Originally it had been drafted for bass, string quartet and organ.

 

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Very slow

 

Orchestration:

2 violins
[violin primo (the first two lines two-part), 1st violin (only monophonic), 2nd violin]
viola
violoncello
double-bass

bass or baritone

 

This composition has 102 bars.

 

This work is published by Doblinger (order number 08 697).


Performances:
(without any claim of completion)
October 12, 2002
Arco-Quartett
Johannes Weinhuber, baritone
Würzburg/D, Hall of the former Mozartschule
First performance
 
November 21, 2004
Rupert Bergmann, Baritone
Members of the Stiftsorchester
Aigen/Austria (Oberösterreich), Pfarrkirche
 

July 15, 2006
Georg Peter, baritone
Matthias Blonski, Hans C. Hachmann - violin
Anne Conrad - viola
Henner Will - violoncello
Gert Olbrich - double-bass
Herxheim/Germany, 16th Herxheimer Treppenhauskonzert

September 26, 2010
David Pichlmaier, baritone
Wilken Ranck, Saskia Hiersche: violin
Klaus Jürgen Opitz: viola
Michael Veit: violoncello
Johannes Knirsch: double-bass
Darmstadt/D, Staatstheater/Foyer Großes Haus
 
   
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