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Dorf-Messe, für Männerchor (Messe villageoise), Kyrie, Gloria, Laudamus te, Credo, Incarnatus, Sanctus, Agnus dei

Dorf-Messe, für Männerchor (Messe villageoise), Kyrie, Gloria, Laudamus te, Credo, Incarnatus, Sanctus, Agnus dei

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Full score. According to a newspaper clipping glued to inside back cover, the mass was originally composed for men's chorus, soli, and organ. First performed by the Darmstadt men's chorus on 27 Nov. 1882

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Flotow, Friedrich, 1812-1883
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