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Bruckner started work on his Te Deum from 3 to 17 May ,  when he was finalising his Symphony No. The ad lib. Thereafter, there were almost thirty more performances within Bruckner's lifetime. The voice and orchestral score, and the ad lib. The work is set for SATB choir and soloists, orchestra 2 flutes , 2 oboes , 2 clarinets in A, 2 bassoons , 4 horns in F, 3 trumpets in F, alto, tenor and bass trombones , contrabass tuba , timpani in C and G, and strings , and organ ad libitum. The setting in "arch form"  is in five sections:.
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Florian Abbey on 14 September Bruckner composed the Missa solemnis in for the installation of Friedrich Mayer as abbot of St. Florian Abbey. The Missa solemnis was performed during the installation of Friedrich Mayer on 14 September
The Symphony No. According to Robert Simpson , though not commonly performed and often thought of as the ugly duckling of Bruckner's symphonic body of work, the symphony nonetheless makes an immediate impression of rich and individual expressiveness: "Its themes are exceptionally beautiful, its harmony has moments of both boldness and subtlety, its instrumentation is the most imaginative he had yet achieved, and it possesses a mastery of classical form that might even have impressed Brahms. By the time Bruckner began composing his Symphony No.