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D-Dl:
Mus. 2877-E-2
Composer:
ULICH, Agost[in]o
Uniform Composer:
UHLIG (Uhlich; Uhlick; Ulich; Ulick), Augustin (b Sonnenberg Bohemia 1703–d Dresden 1773)
Title (Catalogo):
Sub tuum praesidium
Location (1765):
Schranck III; Fach 3; Lage 1
III
Int 
U
3
1
 
III/U/3/1
Scoring (1765):
‘a 4 voci con stromenti’
Materials (1765):
Partitura; Parti
Incipit:
Incipit for D-DI: Mus. 2877-E-2
Title:
Thematic Index:
Uniform Title:
Antiphons
Date:
RISM ID no.:
211011540
Former owner:
Jan Dismas Zelenka?
Remarks:
Unbound score.
Caption title: three crosses (#) at the head of the score.
Scoring: vn. 1,2; va.; SATB; b.c. (unfigured).
Incomplete text. No identification of the author is given on the score.
The copyist is identified as ZS 2.
Augustin Uhlig first arrived in Saxony on 17 June 1719 from Sonnenberg in Bohemia (‘ex monte Solis in Boemia’). After serving in Leipzig’s Jesuit chapel as sacristan and organist, he left in October 1722 to become organist to the Kapellknaben ensemble of Dresden’s Catholic court church. (Stockigt, ‘The students would not calm down’: Leipzig’s Catholic chapel and sectarian discord, March 1723’, forthcoming). Although Uhlig was formally appointed to the Hofkapelle as a violinist in 1732, on at least two occasions he is recorded as playing organ with this royal ensemble (1733 for a Te Deum performance at the Erbhuldigung ceremony for Friedrich August II in Bautzen ; 1739 at the Kirchgang of Maria Josepha held at Hubertusburg). It is likely that at some stage Uhlig was a composition student of Zelenka.
A now-missing Salve Regina setting by ‘Ulich’ was listed by Zelenka into his Inventarium (40/10): Salve à Sopr. Solo. Violino e Traversa.
In the later ‘Catalogo della Musica di Chiesa ...’ (c1784) score and parts are listed for ‘Sub tuum praesidium No 1’ by Ulich (Uhlig: III/U/6/7). The scoring is given as: ‘à 4 voci co’ VVni. Oboi, Viola ed Org.’
Stamps:
Sächs. Landesbibliothek. Depositum der Kath. Hofkirche.
Other:
Eitner:
V. 10 (1904), 5: Uhlig, August. Im Archiv der Dresdner kath. Kirche im Ms. mit 2 Sub tuum praesiduum 4 voc. 2 V. Ob. Va. u. Org. und 1 Miserere ebenso, P. u. Stb., vertreten.
SLB Card Catalogue:
Uhlig, Aug.: Sub tuum praesidium [à 4 con strom.] G-moll C. Part. u. St. 1 H. mit 31 St. 4to Mus.-Mscr. Kath. Hofkirche Stimmen stehen gesondert.
Status:
Score copy of Sub tuum praesidium Nr. 1 by Uhlig (Mus. 2877-E-2) held by SLUB; 31 parts missing from Dresden.
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