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Sacred Choruses: Oxford Choral Classics
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  • New and carefully researched editions of 28 renowned oratorio choruses and choral works from the seventeenth to the twentieth centuries

  • Playable piano reductions for rehearsal use in the main volume and a separate volume of purpose-made three-stave organ accompaniments

  • Idiomatic English singing translations

  • Newly typeset orchestral material available on hire/rental for almost every item

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This volume comprises twenty-eight of the finest oratorio choruses, complete short choral works, and movements from masses or requiems from the seventeenth to the twentieth centuries. Drawing repertoire from Britain and mainland Europe, the volume features renowned choruses and familiar cornerstones of the repertoire, as well as some choral discoveries, all in new, carefully researched, and practical editions. Playable piano reductions for rehearsal use are included in the main volume, with a separate volume of purpose-made three-stave organ accompaniments, and newly typeset orchestral material available on rental. Intended for choral societies and cathedral, church, and concert choirs, this is a unique collection of choral classics for mixed voices and orchestra, and an invaluable practical addition to any choir's library.
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Catalogue No. B0446
Publisher Oxford University Press
Contents

Gratias agimus tibi (Mass in B minor), Bach
Jesu, joy of man's desiring (Cantata no. 147), Bach
Praise our God who reigns in glory (Ascension Oratorio), Bach
Subdue us by thy goodness (Cantata no. 22), Bach
Creation's Hymn, Beethoven
Pie Jesu, Lili Boulanger
How lovely is thy dwelling place (A German Requiem), Brahms
Magnificat for five voices, Durante ('Pergolesi')
The Spirit of the Lord (The Apostles), Elgar
In paradisum (Requiem), Fauré
Psalm 150, Franck
For unto us a child is born (Messiah), Handel
Hallelujah (Messiah), Handel
Let their celestial concerts all unite (Samson), Handel
See, the conqu'ring hero comes (Judas Maccabaeus), Handel
March (Judas Maccabaeus), Handel
Sing unto God (Judas Maccabaeus), Handel
Zadok the priest, Handel
Insanae et vanae curae, Haydn
The heavens are telling the glory of God (The Creation), Haydn
Daughters of Zion (Christus), Mendelssohn
Gloria for seven voices, Monteverdi
Lacrimosa (Requiem, K626), Mozart
Laudate Dominum (Solemn Vespers K339), Mozart
I was glad when they said unto me, Parry
Jerusalem, Parry
Te Deum in D, Purcell
Kyrie (Messe des pauvres), Satie
Magnificat, Schubert
In exitu Israel, Vivaldi

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