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Anthology of sacred song : celebrated arias selected from oratorios by old and modern composers. Vol. 2, Alto

Author: Max Spicker
Publisher: New York : G. Schirmer, ©1929.
Edition/Format:   Musical score : Oratorios : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Vocal scores with piano
Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: Max Spicker
OCLC Number: 43907326
Notes: Acc. arr. for piano.
English words; in part translations.
Includes index by title and composer.
Description: 1 vocal score (187 p.) ; 28 cm.
Contents: Christmas oratorio. Prepare thyself, Zion ; Slumber, beloved, and take thy repose / J.S. Bach --
St. Cecilia. Father, whose blessing we entreat. St. Peter. O thou afflicted / J. Benedict --
The woman of Samaria. O Lord, thou hast searched me out / S. Bennett --
The fall of Jerusalem. My warning heed ; Thine, o Saviour, is love unending / M. Blumner --
Eli. Lord, from my bed again I rise ; It is a good thing to give thanks ; This night I lift my heart to Thee / M. Costa --
Ruth. Like as a father pitieth his children / F.H. Cowen --
St. Ludmilla. Within what gloomy depths of forest ; Thy leading would I had not followed / A. Dvořák --
Christmas Eve. O, with pure devotion ; When onward I am gazing / N.W. Gade --
The Holy City. Eye hath not seen. Ruth. Now go your ways, my daughters well-beloved ; O gracious Lord, cast down thine eyes. The ten virgins. Thou art the guide of our youth / A.R. Gaul --
Athalia. O Judah, Judah! chosen seed! ; O Lord, whom we adore. Deborah. Great Prophetess, my soul's on fire ; In the battle, fame pursuing. Hercules. The smiling hours, a joyful train / G.F. Handel --Israel in Eqypt. Thou shalt bring them in. Joshua. But who is this? tremendous to behold ; Awful, pleasing being, say ; Now give the army breath ; Heroes, when with glory burning. Judas Maccabaeus. Father of heaven, from thy eternal throne. The Messiah. Behold a virgin shall conceive ; O thou that tellest good tidings to Zion ; He was despised and rejected. Samson. Return, O God of Hosts. Saul. O Lord, whose mercies numberless. Solomon. What tho I trace each herb and flower. Susanna. A love like mine, so faithful ; When first I saw my lovely maid. Theodora. Lord, to Thee, each night and day / G.F. Handel --
Christus. He was oppress'd and afflicted solo. The Star of Bethlehem. For my soul is athirst for God ; Turn again to thy rest / F. Kiel --
The Rose of Sharon. Gladness is taken away / A.C. Mackenzie --
The miracle of Nain. He is dead, the child I cherish ; One would say, he reposes / H. Marechal --
Elijah. O rest in the Lord. St. Paul. And he journeyed with companions ; But the lord is mindful of his own / F. Mendelssohn --
Judith. The Lord is long-suffering and merciful / C.H.H. Parry --
The world's end. Thrust in thy sickle, and reap ; Great and wonderful are all thy works ; Behold, the House of God is with men / J. Raff --
Jephtha. The Lord will not be ever wroth / C. Reinthaler --
Christmas oratorio. Patiently have I waited for the Lord. The Heavens declare. Thou, o Lord, art my protector / C. Saint-Saëns --
The light of the world. The Lord is risen. The prodigal son. Love not the world / A. Sullivan --
Constantin. From swarming highways I now have escaped ; Lord, for whom my soul is burning / G. Vierling --
Gethsemane. As thou wilt, Father / C. Lee Williams.
Responsibility: edited by Max Spicker.

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