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Henry Purcell: I Was Glad~ Vocal Score (Choral, SATB)

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A setting of verses of Psalm 122, this anthem was written for the Coronation of King James II in 1685. For SSATB Choir with optional organ accompaniment. Edited by Bruce Wood.

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William Boyce: I Was Glad~ Vocal Score (Choral, SATB)

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Anthem, taking the text of Psalm 122, for SATB Choir with optional Organ Accompaniment. Edited by Robert J. Bruce.

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Daniel Pilkington: I Was Glad (SATB/Organ)~ Vocal Score (Choral, SATB, Organ Accompaniment)

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Text from Psalm 122, vv. 1,2,6-9 and Psalm 148, vv. 1,3,12.

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Henry Purcell: A Purcell Anthology~ Vocal Album (Choral, Organ Accompaniment, Voice, String Orchestra)
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A Purcell Anthology sees for the first time all of the Henry Purcell's most popular anthems all in one book. The collection includes such famous pieces as Rejoice In The Lord Away and Hear My Prayer and covers a whole range of full verse and symphony anthems.

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Hubert Parry: I Was Glad - Score/Parts~ Score and Parts (Orchestra)
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Parry wrote "I was glad" for chorus with an organ accompaniment. There have been various orchestral arrangements but here Peter Lawson has endeavoured to produce an orchestration in the style that Parry himself might have employed.


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