Miserere

Miserere


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Gregorio Allegri: Miserere (Psalm LI)~ Single Sheet (Choral, SATB)

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Adapted and arranged for English use by Ivor Atkins.

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James MacMillan: Miserere~ Vocal Score (Choral, SATB)

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Text from Psalm 51:3-21. SSAATTBB a cappella.

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Andrea Bocelli: Romanza~ Album Songbook (Melody Line, Lyrics & Chords)
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Songs from Andrea Bocelli's album. Set here for Voice and Guitar with a melody line, full lyrics and guitar chord boxes.

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Pawel Szymanski: Miserere (Score)~ Score (Choral, Cello, Tenor, Bass Voice, Baritone Voice, Harp, Vibraphone, Countertenor)
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Scored for Solo Male Voices (Two Countertenors, Two Tenors, Two Baritones, Two Basses), Vibraphone, Harp and Cello Quartet.

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Gregorio Allegri: Miserere~ Vocal Score (Choral, SATB, Bass Voice, Alto, Soprano)


From around 1666 Miserere was performed annually by the papal choir, and was reserved for their exclusive use. This is one of the most faithful editions of the original. For unaccompanied SSATB voices with SSAB soloists.

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Rudi Tas: Miserere~ Vocal Score (Choral, SATB, Cello)

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At the start of Belgian composer Rudi Tas' haunting setting of the Miserere, a solo cello rises out of a vocal cluster. The music gradually becomes more intense; the voices plead for mercy.


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