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Handel's sacred oratorio, The Messiah, composed in the year 1741.

Author: George Frideric Handel; W T Best
Publisher: Boston : O. Ditson, [date of publication not identified]
Series: Novello's original octavo edition.
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Genre/Form: Vocal scores with piano
Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: George Frideric Handel; W T Best
OCLC Number: 81906304
Description: 1 score (208 pages) ; 26 cm.
Series Title: Novello's original octavo edition.
Other Titles: Messiah.
Responsibility: In vocal score. Edited with pianoforte accompaniment arranged from the composer's score, and the additional instrumentation of Mozart, by W.T. Best.

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