Dimitry Bortnyansky

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A unique and influential figure in Russian and Ukrainian music, Dimitry Bortnyansky was primarily known for his sacred choral concertos and multi-movement a cappella compositions that both struck out…
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Composition Highlights

Title Year Avg. Duration Genre
Cherubic Hymn (Cheroubikon) No. 7 in D major (Kheruvimskaia pesn) Choral
Ich bete an die Macht der Liebe, for male chorus Choral
Sacred Concerto No. 6 ("Glory to God in the highest") (Slava vo vishnikh Bogu) Choral
Sacred Concerto No. 32 ("Tell me, O Lord, my end") (No. 100) (Skazhi mi, Gospodi, konchinu moyu) Choral
Sacred Concerto No. 15, "Come, O ye people, let us sing" Choral
Dostoino Yest' (It Is Fitting) Miscellaneous (Classical)
Sacred Concerto No. 34 "Let God arise, let his enemies be scattered" (No. 102), for chorus Concerto
Cantata for two choirs "Te Deum Laudamus" Choral
Sacred Concerto No. 27 ("I cried to the Lord with my voice") (Glasom moim ko Gospodu vozzvakh) Choral
Work(s) Miscellaneous (Classical)
Sacred Concerto No. 24 ("I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills") Choral
Alcide, opera Opera
Let My Prayer Arise (Da ispravitsia molitva mola), for 3 voices No. 2 in D minor 1783 Choral
Sacred Concerto No. 3 ("Lord let the king rejoice") (Psalm 45) (No. 71) Choral
Mnogaya Lieta Miscellaneous (Classical)
Sinfonia Concertante for 2 violins, viola da gamba, cello, bassoon, harp & piano in B flat major 1790 Concerto
Sacred Concerto No. 4 ("Make a joyful noise unto God all ye lands") Choral
My Cheruwymiw (Cherubic Hymn) Miscellaneous (Classical)
Sacred Concerto No. 26 "Lord, God of Israel" (No.94) Choral
Mnogaya leta (Many Years), song for chorus in D major (No.25b) Choral
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