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An entirely New and Complete Edition, with and without Accompaniments, humbly dedicated by express permission to Her Most Gracious Majesty QUEEN VICTORIA. Edited by CIPRIANI Potter, Principai Professor of Harmony and Composition in the Royal Academy of Music in London. A Thematic Index to the whole Work will be found in each Volume.
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18 And the glory of the Lord (Messiah)
19 And he shall purify (Messiah) 21 All we like sheep (Messiah)
Chorus 1 0 370 Forbear thy doubts (Deborah)
6 193 Great Dagon has subdued (Samson) Chorus.
86 And Israel saw (Israel)
And believed the Lord (Israel)
Chorus 1 6
50 Graceful consort (Creation) 289 Gird on thy sword (Saul)
87 He is my God (Israel)
And I will exalt him (Israel)
88 And with the blast (Israel)
290 Glory to God (Joshua)
414 Glory, honor, praise, and power.
Duet, S.T. & Chorus 1 0
354 Happy pair (Alexander's Feast) s. & Chorus
27 He trusted in God (Messiah)
Chorus 1 0
195 How dark, O Lord (Jephtha)
Chorus. 1 6
Chorus. 0 9
28 Hallelujah (Messiah)
Chorus 1 3
197 Hear us, our God (Samson)
Chorus 0 9
Along the monster atheist strode (Saul) Chorus} 280 At persecution I can laugh (Saul) Duet S.A. 0 281 Almighty ruler of the skies (Joshua) T. & Chos. 404 As from the power of Sacred Lays (Ode on St. Cecilia's Day) 848 At last divine Cecilia came
0 100 He spake the word (Israel) (Israel) 101 He gave them hailstones Chorus 1 9 102 He sent a thick darkness (Israel) (Alexander's 103 He smote all the first-born (Israel) Feast) Chorus 1 0 104 He rebuked the Red Sea (Israel) 367 All your boast will end in woe (Deborah) He led them through (Israel) Quartett and Chorus 1 3 105 Hear us, O Lord (Judas) 349 Bacchus, ever fair and young (Alexander's Feast) B. and Chorus 1 0 23 Behold the Lamb of God (Messiah) Chorus 0 6 350 Behold Darius, great and good (Alexander's
Hail! Judea (Judas)
Chorus 0 9
409 His body is buried in peace (4 Movenients) 4 v. 1
Choras 0 9
0 9 292 The youth inspired (Saul) 3 6 Our fainting courage (Saul) Chorus 1 0 How excellent, and Hallelujah (Saul) Chorus 0 6 293 How soon our tow ring hopes (Joshua) Chorus 09 93 Come, ever-smiling liberty (Judas) Duet s.s. 06294 Hail, mighty Joshua (Joshua) 189 Cherub and Seraphim (Jephtha) Chorus. 1 6 108 Moses and the children 190 Doubtful fear (Jephtha).. Chorus. 9 I will sing unto the Lord (Israel) 40 Now vanish (Creation) Air T. 198 In glory high (Jephtha) Despairing, cursing rage (Creation) 295 Is there a man (Saul) 94 Disdainful of danger (Judas) 371 Immortal Lord (Deborah) 95 Day by day we magnify (Dettingen) 199 Let their celestial concerts (Samson) 282 Draw the tear (Solomon) 29 Lift up your heads 368 Despair all around them (Deborah) Allelujah (Deborah)
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6 109 Lead on, lead on
283 Every joy that wisdom knows (Solomon) Duet s.s. 0
284 Envy, eldest-born of he
24 For unto us a child is born (Messiah) 97 Fallen is the foe (Judas)
98 From this dread scene (Juda
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 (Sarn son) Chorus 1 0
285 From the censer curling rise (Solomon) Chos. 2 3 110 Mourn ye afflicted
286 From the east unto the west (Sölmon) Chos. 0
Chorus 1 Chorus 0 bemoan (Acis) s. & Chos. 1 (Samson)
Airs. & Chorus of Virgins}
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