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Judas Macchabaeus : an oratorio, in score as it was originally perform'd

Author: George Frideric Handel; Thomas Morell
Publisher: London : Printed for William Randall successor to the late Mr. J. Walsh in Catharine Street in the Strand ..., [1769]
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Genre/Form: Music
Songs and music
Scores
Named Person: Judas, Maccabeus; Judas, Maccabeus
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Musical Score, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: George Frideric Handel; Thomas Morell
OCLC Number: 23645802
Notes: Full score.
Libretto by Thomas Morell. Cf. New Grove.
Includes list of subscribers.
Description: 1 score ([vi], 208 pages) ; 37 cm
Contents: Part the First: Overture. --
Chorus. Mourn ye afflicted children. --
Recit. Well may your sorrows. --
Duet. From this dread scene. --
Chorus. For Sion lamentation make. --
Recit. Not vain is all this storm. --
Air. Pious orgies. --
Chorus. O Father, whose almighty pow'r. --
Recit. Accomp. I feel the Deity within. --
Air. Arm, arm, ye brave. --
Chorus. We come in bright array. --
Recit. 'Tis well, my friends. --
Air. Call forth thy pow'r. --
Recit. To Heaven's almighty King. --
Air. O Liberty! thou choicest treasure. --
Air. Come ever smiling Liberty. --
Recit. O Judas, may these noble views. --
Air. 'Tis Liberty, dear Liberty. --
Duet. Come ever smiling Liberty. --
Chorus. Lead on, lead on. --
Recit. So will'd my Father. --
Semi Chorus. Disdainful of danger. --
Recit. Ambition if e'er Honour. --
Air. No unhallow'd desires. --
Recit. Haste we, my brethren. --
Chorus. Hear us, O lord. --
Part the Second: Chorus. Fall'n is the foe. --
Recit. Victorious hero. --
Air. So rapid thy course is. --
Recit. Well may we hope. --
Duet & Chorus. Sion now her head. Tune your harps. --
Recit. O let eternal honours. --
Air. From mighty kings. --
Duet. Hail Judea, happy land. --
Chorus. Hail Judea, happy land. --
Recit. Thanks to my brethren. --
Air. How vain is man. --
Recit. O Judas! O my brethren. --
Air. Ah! wretched Israel. --
Chorus. Ah! wretched Israel. --
Recit. Be comforted. --
Air. The Lord worketh wonders. --
Recit. My arms against this Gorgias. --
Air. Sound an alarm. --
Chorus. Sound an alarm. --
Recit. Enough! To Heav'n we leave. --
Air. With pious hearts. --
Recit. Ye worshippers of God. --
Air. Wise men flatt'ring. --
Duet. O never bow we down. --
Chorus. We never will bow down. --
Part the Third: Air. Father of Heav'n. --
Recit. Accomp. See yon flames. --
Recit. O grant it Heav'n. --
Air. So shall the lute. --
Recit. From Capharsalama. --
Semi Chorus. See the conqu'ring hero. --
Chorus. See the conqu'ring hero. --
The March: Chorus. Sing unto God. --
Recit. Sweet flow the strains. --
Air. With honour let desert. --
Recit. Peace to my countrymen. --
Chorus. To our great God. --
Recit. Again to Earth. --
Duet. O lovely peace. --
Air. Rejoice, O Judah. --
Chorus. Hallelujah. Amen.
Other Titles: Judas Maccabaeus
Responsibility: composed by Mr. Handel with his additional alterations.

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