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Choral, SATB Vocal Score
The volumes of this expanding series are devoted to a wide range of sacred renaissance motets with Latin texts, and contain a mixture of well known and unfamiliar pieces, some of which are published for the first time.
£8.95
Choral, SATB Vocal Score
The volumes of this expanding series are devoted to a wide range of sacred renaissance motets with Latin texts, and contain a mixture of well known and unfamiliar pieces, some of which are published for the first time.
£8.95
Choral Vocal Score
The volumes of this expanding series are devoted to a wide range of sacred renaissance motets with Latin texts, and contain a mixture of well known and unfamiliar pieces, some of which are published for the first time.
£14.95
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.

£9.95
Alto, Choral, Soprano, Bass Voice, Tenor, SATB, Piano Accompaniment Vocal Score

The Vocal Score for this stupendous creation of Bach's mighty genius, composed for SSATB soli, SSATB chorus and orchestra.

£17.95
Choral, SATB, Piano Accompaniment Vocal Score

The Vocal score for Johann Sebastian Bach's The Passion Of Our Lord, arranged for Soprano, Alto, Tenor and Bass soli, SATB chorus, Orchestra and Organ.

£9.95
Choral, SATB, Piano Accompaniment Vocal Score

A sacred oratorio, written in 1738 arranged for SSATBB, edited, and the piano accompaniment arranged by, Mendelssohn.

£23.99
Choral, Orchestra, SATB Score
Replication of Breitkopf and Hartel edition.
£13.95
Choral, Orchestra, SATB Vocal Score

Handel’s masterpiece Messiah, the most frequently performed of his choral works, composed in 1741.

£4.99
Choral, SATB Vocal Score
A series of short volumes, each devoted to a single composer or appropriate group of composers, thoroughly exploring the unlimited resources of Renaissance sacred polyphony.