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.
Theodora, on a libretto by Thomas Morell, was composed between 28 June and 31 July 1749 when Handel was in his 65th year.
Handel's spectacular Oratorio was composed in 1744 from a libretto by Charles Jennens that described the fall of Babylon.
The Vocal Score for this stupendous creation of Bach's mighty genius, composed for SSATB soli, SSATB chorus and orchestra.
Two solos from the theatre music, and one song from the Ode for Saint Cecilias Day 1692.