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Choral, SSA, Piano Accompaniment Vocal Score

One of the finest works of all Vivaldi's choral settings, arranged for the upper voices by Desmond Ratcliffe.

Brass Instruments, Choral, String Instruments, SATB, Organ Accompaniment Vocal Score

Psalm 109 for SSAATTBB soli and chorus, instruments and organ continuo.

Alto, Choral, Mezzo-Soprano, Soprano, Bass Voice, Tenor, SATB, Piano Accompaniment Vocal Score

Theodora, on a libretto by Thomas Morell, was composed between 28 June and 31 July 1749 when Handel was in his 65th year.

Alto, Choral, Mezzo-Soprano, Soprano, Bass Voice, Tenor, SATB, Piano Accompaniment Vocal Score

Handel's spectacular Oratorio was composed in 1744 from a libretto by Charles Jennens that described the fall of Babylon.

Choral, SATB Vocal Score

For SAATBB soli, SSAATB chorus and instruments. Edited by Peter Dennison.

Alto (Treble) Recorder Instrumental Tutor

A book intended primarily for players who would like to attain sufficient technical ability to explore lots of repertoire.

Choral, SATB, Piano Accompaniment Vocal Score

For the occasion of the coronation of King George II and Queen Caroline, which took place in Westminster Abbey on October 11, 1727, Handel wrote four splendid anthems and personally supervised their performance which was, according to all reports, one of great magnificence.

This book provides an ample background of textual and historical information about Handel's Messiah.
Choral, SATB Vocal Score
The purpose of this book has been to gather into a single volume those Anglican chants – until now dispersed among many different collections – that are considered by expert opinion to be both worthy compositions in themselves and suitable for general use in parish churches.
Choral, Unison Voice Reference

A collection of the psalms, canticles, litany, and responses at the holy communion, together with a lengthy introduction containing practical instructions, a discussion on the principles of pointing and an explanation of the method of chanting.