Handel's A major setting of the Te Deum (HWV282), a companion piece to the anthem Let God Arise, also now available, first performed at the Chapel Royal in 1724.
One of two new additions to the Novello Handel Edition, the vocal score of Let God Arise (HWV256b), originally written as one of the so-called Chandos anthems, was re-scored for the Chapel Royal in 1724. Edited by Donald Burrows.
'Chandos Anthem' No.2, edited by Damian Cranmer.
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.
Written for SATB soli, double choir, organ and orchestra.
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.