During 1828, the final year of his life, Franz Schubert composed his Mass No. 6, which was not performed until a year after his death. It is a more ambitious orchestral and choral work than his previous Masses. This score presents the choral portion of the Mass in Latin, with each voice on a separate staff, including solos and a piano reduction of the orchestral portion for accompaniment or rehearsal. 95 pages. Includes: Kyrie * Gloria * Credo * Sanctus * Benedictus * Agnus Dei.