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The messiah : a sacred oratorio

Author: George Frideric Handel; Ebenezer Prout
Publisher: London : Novello, ©1902.
Edition/Format:   Musical score : English : Novello's original octavo edView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: George Frideric Handel; Ebenezer Prout
OCLC Number: 221052209
Notes: Pl. no.: 8332.
For four part chorus of mixed voices, solo's (SATB) and piano.
English words.
Description: 1 vocal score (209 p.) ; 26 cm.
Contents: Part I: Overture --
Comfort ye My people --
Ev'ry valley --
And the glory of the Lord --
Thus Saith the Lord --But who may abide? --
And he shall purify --Behold, a virgin shall conceive --
O thou that tellest good tidings --
For behold, darkness --
The people that walked in darkness --
For unto us a Child is born --
Pastoral Symphony --
There were shepherds. And lo! the angel of the Lord --
And the angel said unto them --
And suddenly --
Glory to God --
Rejoice greatly --Then shall the eyes of the blind --
He shall feed His flock --
His yoke is easy. Part II: Behold the lamb of God --
He was despised --Surely He hath borne our griefs --
And with His stripes --
All we like sheep --
All they that see Him --He trusted in God --
Thy rebuke hath broken His heart --
Behold, and see --
He was cut off --
But Thou did'st not leave --
Lift up your heads --
The Lord gave the word --
How beautiful are the feet --
Their sound is gone out --Why do the nations? --
Let us break their bonds asunder --
He that dwelleth in Heaven --
Thou shalt break them --
Hallelujah! Part III: I know that my Redeemer liveth --
Since by man came death --
Behold, I tell you a mystery --
The trumpet shall sound --
Worthy is the Lamb. --
Appendix: Unto which of the angels --
Let all the angels of God --
Thou art gone up on high --
Then shall be brought to pass --
O death, where is thy sting --
But thanks be to God --
If God be for us.
Other Titles: Messiah.
Responsibility: composed in the year 1741 by G.F. Handel ; edited, and the pianoforte accompaniment largely rewritten, by Ebenezer Prout.

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