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Franz Schubert's “Stabat Mater” D 175 is one of a number of church works that he wrote for his local Congregation in Lichtental.

This edition is based on the sole surviving source, the composer’s autograph full score. Unlike its like-named companion piece D 383, Schubert uses the original Latin poem here. In his setting of April 1815 he focuses on the first two lines of the text depicting the Virgin’s motherly sorrows.

This edition is based on the Urtext from the “New Schubert Edition”. The original figured bass numerals found in Schubert’s score have been modernised in all performance material and meticulously adapted to meet the demands of today’s performers.

- Scholarly-critical edition based on the “New Schubert Edition”

- Figured bass numerals brought up to today’s standards in all performance parts

- Informative Foreword by the editor (Ger/Eng)

- Full score, performance material (BA5656) and vocal score (BA5656-90) available for sale

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