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Georg Friedrich Händel: Messiah (Oratorio, 1741): Arr. (Ebenezer Prout): Mixed Choir And Ensemble

Choral Score | Sheet Music and Books

COMPOSER: Georg Friedrich Händel
PUBLISHER: G. Schirmer
PRODUCT FORMAT: Choral Score
The first performance of Messiah took place at the New Music Hall in Dublin on April 13, 1742. It was received with huge acclaim, the Dublin Journal proclaiming that 'Messiah was allowed by the greatest Judges to bethefinest Composition of Musick that ever was heard'. By the time of the composer's
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Composer Georg Friedrich Händel
Arranger Ebenezer Prout
Publisher G. Schirmer
Instrumentation Mixed Choir and Orchestra
Product Format Choral Score
Genre Sacred
Theme Christmas
Year of Publication 1986
Style Period Baroque
Style Baroque
UPC 073999764314
No. HL50340760
Number of pages 376
Series Choral Large Works
Description
The first performance of Messiah took place at the New Music Hall in Dublin on April 13, 1742. It was received with huge acclaim, the Dublin Journal proclaiming that 'Messiah was allowed by the greatest Judges to bethefinest Composition of Musick that ever was heard'. By the time of the composer's death in 1758 Messiah had already attained an iconic status it has never relinquished.
Songlist
  • 1. His Yoke Is Easy (Handel)
  • 2. Behold The Lamb (Handel)
  • 3. And With His Stripes (Handel)
  • 4. All We Like Sheep (Handel)
  • 5. He Trusted In God (Handel)
  • 6. Behold, And See (Handel)
  • 7. But Thou Didst Not Leave (Handel)
  • 8. Lift Up Your Heads (Handel)
  • 9. Let All The Angels (Handel)
  • 10. Thou Art Gone Up On High (Handel)
  • 11. The Lord Gave The Word (Handel)
  • 12. Their Sound Is Gone (Handel)
  • 13. Why Do The Nations So Furiously (Handel)
  • 14. Let Us Break Their Bonds (Handel)
  • 15. O Death, Where Is Thy Sting (Handel)
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