Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827
- Existence: 1770-12-17 - 1827-03-26
- Bonn (Germany) (Place of Birth)
- Vienna (Austria) (Place of Death)
- Germany (Associated Country)
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Give thanks to God, 1995
BITTEN, Ludwig van Beethoven, Opus 18, No. 1, 1802. Alto and bass parts, Richard Proulx. Psalm 107: 1, 9-10, 20, 22. Psalm 96: 7-9 Paraphrase, R.P. 2 scores have markings in ink or pencil.
Give thanks to God
Give thanks to God / Ludwig van Beethoven ; Richard Proulx. Alternate title: Bitten. Op. 48, No. 1. This work was originally written by Beethoven in 1802. Proulx has added an alto and baritone part to the score. The work consists of three singers accompan
Twelve hymn settings for three trumpets and organ, 1997
Twelve Hymn Settings for Three Trumpets and Organ. Arranged by Richard Proulx. Includes: AURELIA; DARWALL's 148th; DUKE STREET; ENGELBERG; HYFRYDOL; HYMN TO JOY; LASST UNS ERFREUEN; LOBE DEN HERREN; NICAEA; NUN DANKET; RENDEZ A DIEU; ST. DENIO. 5 sets of 6 parts: 2 Trumpets 1 and 2 in B-flat, 2 Trumpets 1 and 2 in C, Trumpet 3 in B-flat, and Trumpet 3 in C.
Two short anthems : Give thanks to God ; The heavens are telling, 2009
For SAB Voices and Keyboard. Give Thanks to God, From Gellert Lieder, Op. 48, No. 1, Ludwig van Beethoven. English Paraphrase and Choral Arr. by Richard Proulx. Bitten, Christian Furchtegott Gellert, Based on Psalms 107 and 96. The Heavens are Telling, From Gellert Lieder, Op. 48, No. 4, Ludwig van Beethoven. English Paraphrase and Choral Arr. by Richard Proulx. Die Ehre Gottes aus der Nature, Christian Furchtegott Gellert, Based on Psalm 14