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Volume 25, Issue 3
  • ISSN: 0779-7397
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Abstract

Er bestaan hardnekkige misverstanden over de Mariae Assumptae-mis uit 1720 van de Antwerpse componist Johannes Adamus Faber. Die werd immers lang beschouwd als de eerste bekende, maar verdwenen klarinetpartituur. Naar aanleiding van de recente opname van deze partituur door Terra Nova Collective onder leiding van Vlad Weverberg geeft Eugeen Schreurs meer context en nuancering bij deze mis.There are many persistent misconceptions about the Mariae Assumptae mass of 1720 composed in Antwerp by Johannes Adamus Faber. Indeed it was long regarded as the first known, albeit lost, score ever written for clarinet. Following the recent recording of this music by Vlad Weverbergh and the Terra Nova Collective, Eugeen Schreurs provides more context and perspective for the mass.

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Keyword(s): clarinet; Johannes Adamus Faber; mass score
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