An oratorio for SATTB soli, SATB chorus and orchestra, edited, and the piano accompaniment arranged by, Vincent Novello.
For solo voices, SATB chorus and Orchestra. Score and parts are available on hire from the publisher, which are newly engraved and correspond exactly with this vocal score. Edited with a new English translation by Neil Jenkins.
Handel's spectacular Oratorio was composed in 1744 from a libretto by Charles Jennens that described the fall of Babylon.
This work, written for AAB soli, SATB chorus and orchestra, was first performed at the thanksgiving for the Treaty of Utrecht held in St Paul's Cathedral, London, on 7th July 1713.
This setting of the Te Deum was written for St Cecilia’s day in 1694, almost exactly a year before the composer’s death.
One of the finest works of all Vivaldi's choral settings, arranged for the upper voices by Desmond Ratcliffe.
Theodora, on a libretto by Thomas Morell, was composed between 28 June and 31 July 1749 when Handel was in his 65th year.