Source: Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bach's_church_music_in_Latin#Masses_from_Bassani.27s_Acroama_missale_.28copied_1736. E2.80.9340.29_and_Credo_intonation_in_F_major.2C_BWV_1081_.28added_1747. Here is the fourth and longest movement of my ordinary Mass in D Minor.
I used the text of the Credo, or Nicene Creed, which is a declaration of the Christian faith.
Now fixed to remove unnecessary clef changes in the tenor and bass voices.Also on You Tube: https://youtu.be/w Cn-5Y8u4j Y Realization with Vocaloid and Strings: https://youtu.be/FATvl SMi TGYThe Acroama missale (scores) is a collection of six Mass settings by Giovanni Battista Bassani, first published in Augsburg in 1709.Between 17 Bach had these six Masses copied, without the Benedictus and Agnus Dei, writing himself the Credo lyrics in the score.BWV 1081 is a Credo intonation in F major for SATB choir which Bach composed in 1747–48 as an insertion in the fifth of these masses. Although originally written for Choir (SATB) and Continuo, I created this arrangement of the Credo in unum deum in F Major (BWV 1081) for Woodwind Quintet (Flute, Oboe, Bb Clarinet, French Horn & Bassoon). Messe solennelle de sainte Cécile 3ème mouvement: le Credo.
I have created this score to improve my Musescore skills and to show the final result of hours of work. This is the latest (and hopefully also last) updated version, in which I removed many embarrassing parallel 8ths and 5ths, thanks to BSG's impeccable scrutiny.
This movement was very difficult to compose, and it has an experimental fugue in it, which was very painstaking to create.
It didn't turn out exactly the way I wanted it to, so perhaps sometime in the future, I'll revisit the score, but for now, this is what I have.
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