Marc-Antoine Charpentier (~1643–1704) Te Deum H 146
edited by Jean-Paul Montagnier [solos(SSATB),mix ch(SATB),orch] Duration: 27'
solos: SSATB - choir: SATB - 2./2rec.0.0.0. - 0.0.0.0. - 2vl.2va.vc - bc(org)
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Of the four surviving settings of the Te Deum by Charpentier the present one, H 146, is undoubtedly his most famous work thanks to the television producers who chose its opening prelude to be the Eurovision signature-tune in the early 1950s.
The single extant source of this work is book 62 of the Volume X of Charpentiers autograph ,Meslanges which was sold to the Bibliothèque Royale (now Bibliothèque Nationale) Paris. The manuscript is extremely clear. All editorial additions are placed in square brackets.