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Arensky, Anton

Antonarensky
ARENSKY, Antony Stepanovich (b. 30 June [12 July] 1861, Novgorod; d. 12 [25] February 1906, Perkiarvi near Terioki, today Zelenogorsk in the Leningrad district) — graduated from the St. Petersburg Conservatory in 1882 in N. A. Rimsky-Korsakov’s composition class. From 1882 to 1894 taught at the Moscow Conservatory; in 1888-95 conducted concerts of the Russian Choral Society in Moscow. From 1895 to 1901 served as the Administrator of the Imperial Court Chapel. Having devoted his primary activity to secular music (among his works are symphonies, instrumental chamber music, operas, secular cantatas, choruses a cappella,and vocal quartets), Arsensky made a small contribution in the area of sacred music: four choruses, opus 40 (publ. by Jurgenson), and three other works. The musical language of his sacred musical works is typically Western European.

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Kheruvimskaia pesn’ No. 2

Cherubic Hymn

SAdivTdivBdiv

Yu #21613 1897

First printed edition

Not found.

5

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Kheruvimskaia pesn’ No. 3

Cherubic Hymn

SAdivTdivBdiv

Yu #28516 1903

First printed edition

Not found.

4

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Kheruvimskaia pesn’

Cherubic Hymn

Op. 40, No. 1

Cherubic Hymn

SdivAdivTdivBdiv

Yu #20784 1897

First printed edition

4

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Khristos voskrese

Christ is risen

Troparion of Pascha

SdivSAdiv

Yu #20788 1897

First printed edition

2

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Khvalite Gospoda s nebes

Praise the Lord from the Heavens

Op. 40, No. 4

Communion Hymn for Sundays

PJu #20787, 1897

First printed edition

4

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Otche nash

Our Father

Op. 40, No. 3

The Lord’s Prayer

SAdivTdivBdiv

Yu #20786 1897

First printed edition

Not found.

3

An003

  • V1 62 main

    MR V1-62

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Tebe poem

We hymn Thee

Op. 40, No. 2

Anaphora Hymn of the Epiclesis

Moscow: P Jugenson. Plate # 20785, Censor's date: 7 January, 1897

First printed edition

2

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