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|Genre/Form:||Excerpts Vocal scores with piano|
|Document Type:||Musical Score|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
|Language Note:||English words; in part translations.|
|Notes:||Acc. arr. for piano.
English words; in part translations.
Includes index by title and composer.
Publisher's no.: Ed. 522.
|Description:||1 vocal score (199 pages) ; 28 cm|
|Contents:||Pentecost cantata : My heart ever faithful ; My spirit was in heaviness. Sighing, weeping, sorrow, need / J.S. Bach --
Engedi : What sorrow pierceth the righteous David's heart? ; Praise ye Jehovah's goodness / L. van Beethoven --
St. Peter : I mourn as a dove / J. Benedict --
Destruction of Jerusalem : Unfaithful heart! ; Thou sittest on Thy judgement-seat / M. Blumner --
Eli : Open unto me the gates of righteousness ; I will extol Thee, o Lord! / M. Costa --
St. John's eve : O peaceful night! ; Say, what dost thou bear in the secret deep? / F.H. Cowen. The holy city : These are they, which came out of great tribulation. The ten virgins : Sun of my soul, Thou saviour dear / A.R. Gaul --
The Messiah : Rejoice greatly, o daughter of Zion! ; How beautiful are the feet of them ; Come unto Him, all ye that labor ; I know that my redeemer liveth. Alexander Balus : Subtle love, with fancy viewing. Hercules : My father! Ah! methinks I see. Jephtha : Ye sacred priests! ; Farewell, ye limpid springs and floods. Joshua : Oh! had I Jubal's lyre. Judas Maccabaeus : Pious orgies, pious airs. Ode on St. Cecilia's Day : The soft complaining flute. / G.F. Handel. Samson : Let the bright seraphim. Susanna : I know the pangs that cleave the bleeding heart ; Beneath the cypress' gloomy shade / G.F. Handel --
The creation : And God said, Let the earth bring forth grass ; With verdure clad the fields appear ; And God said, Let the waters bring forth abundantly ; On mighty pens uplifted soars. The seasons : O welcome now, ye groves and bowr's ; O how pleasing to the senses / J. Haydn --
Saul : Hail, David, our deliv'rer ; They fled, the gloomy powers / F. Hiller --
Moses : How beautiful are Thy dwellings, o Lord / S. de Lange. Mary Magdalen : 'Tis in vain that I seek a retreat ; 'Twas even here those words were spoken / J. Massenet --
Elijah : Hear ye, Israel! Hear what the Lord speaketh. St. Paul : Jerusalem! Jerusalem! Thou that killest the prophets / F. Mendelssohn --
The seven last words : Thousands of sins oppress me / S. Mercadante --
Abraham : I will extol Thee, my God / B. Molique --
Judith : I will sing unto the Lord a new song / C.H.H. Parry --
The resurrection of Lazarus : Yea, mystery supreme by the tomb is concealed ; Thou, to Whom Galilee kneeleth / R. Pugno. Jephtha and his daughter : Why art thou cast down, o my soul / C. Reinthaler --
Paradise lost : Tho' all triumphant the heav'nly powers / A. Rubinstein --
Calvary : Hast Thou for me a look, a thought? ; When this scene of trouble closes / L. Spohr --
The golden legend : My Redeemer and my Lord. The light of the world : Where have they laid Him? ; Lord, why hidest Thou Thy face? / A. Sullivan --
Harvest cantata : Yet not alone of labor comes our plenty ; Then does mem'ry turn to days ; The gracious Father hears us when we call ; Once more we see the good by God provided / C.M. von Weber.
|Responsibility:||edited by Max Spicker.|