Haydn wrote his Mass No. 3, also known as "Missa in Angustiis," and also as the "Lord Nelson Mass," during Austrian wartime turmoil in 1798. Lord Nelson’s name became associated with the Mass because of his victory against Napolean, the news of which coincided with the work’s premier performance in September, 1798. This score presents the choral portion of the Mass in Latin and English, with each voice on a separate staff, including solos and an organ reduction of the orchestral portion for accompaniment or rehearsal. 80 pages. Includes: Kyrie * Gloria * Credo * Sanctus * Benedictus * Agnus Dei.