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Berlioz Te Deum Vocal Score

BerliozVocal Scores for Berlioz's Te Deum 

Te Deum(Op. 22 / H.118) by Hector Berlioz was completed in 1849 and known as one of Berlioz's architectural works.  

The most popular vocal scores for Berlioz's Te Deum are shown below.  
 
Rehearsal recordings to help learn your voice part (Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass) are described below.
 
Full video version to hear the work in full is also below
 
 
 
 
The Novello edition of Berlioz's Te Deum is in English for SATB
 
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Catalogue Number:NOV072322
ISBN:9780853607144
 
 
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The Brietkopf edition of Berlioz's Te Deum is in German for SATB
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Catalogue Number: EB8061
ISMN:9790004174487

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The Barenreiter edition of Berlioz's Te Deum is also for SATB

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Catalogue Number: BA5782-90

ISMN:9790006473571

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The Shirmer edition of Berlioz's Te Deum is in Latin for TEN/SATB/PFA

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Catalogue Number: HL50324520

EAN:0073999577808

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The Te Deum (Op. 22 / H.118) by Hector Berlioz (1803–1869) was completed in 1849. It, like the earlier and more famous Grande Messe des Morts, is one of Berlioz's "architectural" works. Whilst the orchestral forces required for the Te Deum are by no means as titanic as those needed for the Requiem, the work does call for an organ which can compete on equal terms with the rest of the orchestra. It lasts approximately fifty minutes and derives its text from the traditional Latin Te Deum, although Berlioz made some changes to word order for dramatic purposes. The Te Deum was originally conceived as the climax of a grand symphony in honor of Napoleon Bonaparte; this is most likely the reason for the Prelude beforehand, and is almost certainly the rationale behind the "March for the Presentation of the Colours" that ends the work. Charles Gounod made similar additions to his "Messe Solennelle", inserting three patriotic prayers at the end. In modern performances, Berlioz's two orchestral framing movements are usually omitted. 

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