from Exultate Jubilate
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The primary work from which this well-known
Alleluia comes is the sacred, solo motet, Exultate Jubilate. Composed during a visit to Milan, Mozart wrote it for Venanzio
Rauzzini, Mozart's favorite operatic castrato. In contemporary performances, the solo motet is usually
sung by a soprano. Walter Ehret has arranged the famous
solo into three treble parts. It is available in two keys for the convenience of
Music: Wolfgang Amadeus
Arranger: Walter Ehret
Voicing: Three-part Variable
Cambiata Press catalog:
M979124 (Key of F) M1109124 (Key of E-flat)
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