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out to them the progressive steps by which that aim may be attained. It was necessary for this purpose to arrange these steps according to numerous delicate investigations, suggested by musical perception sufficiently active, by long experience, and by much thought. I am far from thinking this work as good as it ought to be, for the subject is new, and imperfection is inseparable from a first attempt; but such as it is, I hope it will be useful, and that it will in time effect some progress in the art of duly executing the inspirations of Composers of genius.
"As for the exercises, which may lead vocal masses to a good execution of music, they are scarcely more than indicated in this work, because I did not wish to make it too voluminous."
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Article XIV. On the Method of Figuring.
Collected Writings on
HARMONY, and COMPOSITION, for Self-Instruction. Translated by SABILLA NOVELLO, from the original German. The musical examples revised by VINCENT NOVELLO. [Former price, 42s.] [Former price, 42s.] Vol. I., Harmony and Thorough-Bass, 3s. 6d., or 88 cents. Vols. II. and III., Guide to Composition, each 3s. 6d., or 88
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Cum sancto-Thou, Lord, art God
Et incarnatus-Bow down and hear me
204 Sanctus-Holy, holy
206 Agnus Dei-Lord have mercy
Favourite Songs, Duets, Trios, Quartetts, and Choruses,
HANDEL, HAYDN, AND MOZART,
WITH AN ACCOMPANIMENT FOR THE ORGAN OR PIANOFORTE
103 He smote all the first-born
89 Ah! wretched Israel (Judas) Solo T. & Cho. 90 All the earth (Dettingen) 187 All that is in Hamor mine (Jephtha) 188 Awake the trumpet's (Samson) Chorus. 279 An infant raised (Saul)
Along the monster atheist strode (Saul) Chorus } 280 At persecution I can laugh (Saul) Duet s.A. 281 Almighty ruler of the skies (Joshua) T. & Chos. 404 As from the power of Sacred Lays (Ode on St. Cecilia's Day)
197 Hear us, our God (Samson)
848 At last divine Cecilia came (Alexander's Feast)
Chorus 1 0
Duet s.s. 09
367 All your boast will end in woe (Deborah) Quartett and Chorus 1 3 105 Hear us, O Lord (Judas) 349 Bacchus, ever fair and young (Alexander's 106 Hail! Judea (Judas) Feast) B. and Chorus 1 0 Hail! Judea (Judas) 23 Behold the Lamb of God (Messiah) Chorus 06409 His body is buried in peace (4 Movenients) 4 v. 1 350 Behold Darius, great and good (Alexander's
351 Break his bands of sleep asunder (Do.) Chorus 49 By thee with bliss (Creation) Duet, s. B. & Cho. 91 But as for his people (Israel)
Chorus 1 0
Chorus 1 6
How excellent, and Hallelujah (Saul) Chorus)
6 293 How soon our tow ring hopes (Joshua) Chorus 0 9
I will sing unto the Lord
93 Come, ever-smiling liberty (Judas) Duet s.s. 189 Cherub and Seraphim (Jephtha) Chorus. 1 Chorus. Air T. Chorus
371 Immortal Lord (Deborah)
95 Day by day we magnify (Dettingen) 282 Draw the tear (Solomon)
368 Despair all around them (Deborah) Allelujah (Deborah)
369 Doleful tidings (Deborah)
96 Egypt was glad (Israel)
Chorus Cho. us f Chort is.
199 Let their celestial concerts (Samson)
283 Every joy that wisdom knows (Solomon) Duet s.s. 0 9 329 Let's imitate her notes (Do.)
3 372 Let thy deeds be glorious (Deborah) Chorus
Plead thy just cause (Deborah)
99 For Sion lamentation make (Judas Chorus 9 6 374 Let our glad Songs and Allelujah (Do.) Chorus 2 191 Fixed in his everlasting seat (Samn son) Chorus 1 0 51 Most beautiful appear (Creation) Trio S.T.B. 285 From the censer curling rise (Solomon) Chos. 2 3 110 Mourn ye afflicted
Air S. & Chorus of Virgins }
bemoan (Acis) s. & Chos. 1 (Samson)
9 356 Mourn, all ye muses (Acis)
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