Telemann’s Psalm 117, Laudate Jehovam omnes gentes, TWV 7:25
Among Georg Philipp Telemann’s most-performed works is his setting of Psalm 117 (Psalm 116, Vulgate), Laudate Jehovam, TWV 7:25. There are three sources; Telemann’s autograph score (heavily marked and corrected by Telemann’s grandson, Georg Michael), a contemporary set of parts by a copyist, and another set of parts by Georg Michael Telemann based on his corrections to the autograph score. There are currently at least seven editions of this work readily available, none of which fully agrees with the autograph manuscript or original parts. The editions also differ substantially from one another: for example, two of them are in a different key from the others. This clearly points to the need for a new edition.
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|Contributor||Oh, Eunmi (Author) / Schildkret, David (Advisor) / Evans, Bartlett (Committee member) / Solis, Theodore (Committee member) / Arizona State University (Publisher)|
|Subject||Music / Georg Michael Telemann / Laudate Jehovam / Psalm 117 / Psalm setting / Telemann / TWV 7:25|
|Note||Doctoral Dissertation Music 2019|
|Collaborating Institutions||Graduate College / ASU Library|
|Additional Formats||MODS / OAI Dublin Core / RIS|