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W.A. Mozart: Requiem K.626 (Vocal Score) ~ Vocal Score (SATB, Organ Accompaniment)
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£8.95  Add to wishlist
Availability  In Stock. Usually ships in 24 hours
Skill Level Intermediate/Advanced
Media Sheet Music
Publisher Novello & Co Ltd.

Edited and with a new completion by Duncan Druce. For Soprano, Alto, Tenor and Bass soli, SATB chorus and Orchestra. More
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W.A. Mozart: Requiem In D Minor K.626 (Eulenburg Miniature Score) ~ Miniature Score (4 Soloists, SATB, Orchestra)
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Availability  Special Order. Usually ships in 7 working days
Skill Level Not Rated
Media Sheet Music
Publisher Eulenburg

Eulenberg's celebrated and highly authoritative miniature score is the definitive reference source. More
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Giuseppe Verdi: Massa Da Requiem (Eulenburg Miniature Score) ~ Miniature Score (Solo Mezzo-Soprano, SATB Chorus, Orchestra)
£15.50  Add to wishlist
Availability  Special Order. Usually ships in 7 working days
Skill Level Not Rated
Media Sheet Music
Publisher Eulenburg

Eulenberg's celebrated and highly authoritative miniature score is the definitive reference source. More
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G.F. Handel: The Ways Of Zion Do Mourn (Vocal Score) ~ Vocal Score (SATB, Piano Accompaniment)
£12.95  Add to wishlist
Availability  In Stock. Usually ships in 24 hours
Skill Level Intermediate/Advanced
Media Sheet Music
Publisher Novello & Co Ltd.

This funeral anthem for SATB and orchestra was composed for, and performed at, the funeral of Queen Caroline, consort of George II, in Westminster Abbey on 17 December 1737. More