Missa pro defuncto Archiepiscopo Sigismundo (Johann Michael Haydn)

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  • (Posted 2008-03-16)  CPDL #16351:  1.Requiem Aeternam.     
Score information: A4, 16 pages, 722 kB   
  • (Posted 2008-03-16)  CPDL #16352:  2.Dies Irae.      
Score information: A4, 11 pages, 397 kB   
  • (Posted 2008-03-16)  CPDL #16353:  3.Domine Jesu Christe.     
Score information: A4, 5 pages, 216 kB   
  • (Posted 2008-03-16)  CPDL #16354:  4.Quam Olim Abrahae.     
Score information: A4, 3 pages, 120 kB   
  • (Posted 2008-03-16)  CPDL #16355:  5.Hostias.     
Score information: A4, 5 pages, 200 kB   
  • (Posted 2008-03-16)  CPDL #16356:  6.Sanctus.     
Score information: A4, 4 pages, 150 kB   
  • (Posted 2008-03-16)  CPDL #16357:  7.Benedictus.     
Score information: A4, 5 pages, 221 kB   
  • (Posted 2008-03-16)  CPDL #16358:  8.Agnus Dei.     
Score information: A4, 6 pages, 212 kB   
  • (Posted 2008-03-16)  CPDL #16359:  9.Cum Sanctis Tuis.     
Score information: A4, 13 pages, 480 kB   

Editor: Michael Gibson (submitted 2008-03-16).   Copyright: CPDL
Edition notes: Includes a keyboard version of the original accompaniment.

General Information

Title: Missa pro defuncto Archiepiscopo Sigismondo
Composer: Johann Michael Haydn

Number of voices: 4vv   Voicing: SATB + SATB soli
Genre: SacredRequiemMass

Languages: Greek, Latin
Instruments: Originally, orchestra

First published: written 1771
Description: This work was written in 1771 when Michael Haydn was Director of Music for the Archbishop of Salzburg. The Mozart family were active in Salzburg at that time, and this Requiem clearly had a profound effect on the young Mozart, whose own Requiem of some 20 years later shows the influence of this earlier work.

External websites:

  • This is a different work from the unfinished Requiem of 1806 at IMSLP

Original text and translations

Original text and translations may be found at Requiem.