The cantata, often described as “challenging,” was sung entirely in German.
I hear the cantata was admirably sung and won the Emperors approval.
You must set at the cantata while we are away, and have it finished for us to hear when we come back.
Assisting at the ten o'clock Missa, cantata Parochialis was always a source of devotion and unusual interest.
Her cantata, "Die Heilige Nacht," for soloists and chorus, is often heard.
The boy composed a cantata, which was given in the parlors of his parents' home, with an orchestra secured for the occasion.
The performance is on Monday and I chance to know the cantata.
On this occasion he was well beforehand with the work, and sent in the cantata to the committee by the 1st of April.
The distribution of presents was not to come off until after the cantata.
The panorama before me is of a grandiose splendor; it is a symphony of mountains, a cantata of sunny Alps.
A musical composition for voice and instruments and including choruses, solos, and recitatives.