A sacred oratorio arranged for SATB with piano part.
The score to G.F. Handel's Dixit Dominus, the Three Vesper Psalms No.1, as edited by Watkins Shaw. Latin Text.
Theodora, on a libretto by Thomas Morell, was composed between 28 June and 31 July 1749 when Handel was in his 65th year.
The Maccabaean Revolt in the second century B.C. provided the background to the story unfolded in Judas Maccabaeus.
Alexander's Feast was composed by Handel in 1736. This version, edited by Donald Burrows, contains all vocal parts and a piano accompaniment.
Let God Arise is one of the twelve anthems which Handel wrote for the Duke of Chandos in the period 1716-1718.
Handel's spectacular Oratorio was composed in 1744 from a libretto by Charles Jennens that described the fall of Babylon.
The latest addition to the Novello Handel Edition. A stage work of 1745 based on John Milton's classical masque Comus created from a compilation of songs by Handel and Thomas Arne, both pre-existing and original, with the text adapted by John Dalton.
Newly edited by Donald Burrows, the latest publication in the Novello Handel Edition with full historic, interpretative and critical notes.
Anthem 6B, HWV 251c, Version A & B for SAATBB (or SATB) soli, SATB chorus and orchestra, with words from Psalm 42.
One of two new additions to the Novello Handel Edition, the vocal score of Let God Arise (HWV256b), originally written as one of the so-called Chandos anthems, was re-scored for the Chapel Royal in 1724. Edited by Donald Burrows.
Handel's A major setting of the Te Deum (HWV282), a companion piece to the anthem Let God Arise, also now available, first performed at the Chapel Royal in 1724.