Composition - - American Recorder Society
Alleluia, from Exultate, jubilate K.165
By W. A. Mozart (1756-1791)
 Arranged By Herbert Strauss Gardner
 
 S A T T B
 
 
W.A. Mozart was a prolific composer of the Classical Era with over 600 surviving works.  The “Alleluia” is the fourth movement from a larger work, Exsultate, jubilate.  The work, while religious in subject is rarely performed in a liturgical setting, the “Alleluia” being most often performed. 
 
Performance Notes -- These recordings were made on baroque-style instruments.  Aim for a slight stress on the first note of a slur-two figure.  Keep the staccato articulations light and never “pecky.”

Tempo: quarter= 120
Pitch: A=440
Instrumentation: SATTB
Difficulty: Moderate
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This score was re-engraved to correct errors and generate parts as legally allowed under Creative Commons Licensing https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/

The original score can be found on IMSLP.org https://ks4.imslp.info/files/imglnks/usimg/8/81/IMSLP536169-PMLP33089-Exsultate_Jubilate_-_Recorders.pdf
-- Kelly Kazik
 
 
Play-along files recorded by Kelly Kazik, supported by a grant from the Recorder Artist Relief Fund.

Listen to all parts
No soprano - you play soprano
No alto - you play alto
No tenor 1 - you play tenor
No tenor 2 - you play tenor
No bass - you play bass
 
 
No. of Recorder Parts: 5
Difficulty: Moderate
Occasion: Any
Libraries: Play-alongs
Date Added: 01/04/2021
 
Style: Recorded Accompaniment, Renaissance/Baroque/Classical