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Chandos Anthem No. 9: O Praise the Lord with One Consent, HWV 254 by George Frideric Handel ; Karl Päsler (arranger) ; Max Seiffert (editor) - Paperback - First edition thus - 2005 - from Serenissima Music, Inc. and

Chandos Anthem No. 9: O Praise the Lord with One Consent, HWV 254: vocal score

by George Frideric Handel ; Karl Päsler (arranger) ; Max Seiffert (editor)

Condition: New

New, digitally enhanced reissue of the classic vocal score first published by Breitkopf & Hartel. Edited by Max Seiffert with a keyboard reduction by Karl Pasler. Handel composed this work in 1718 during his stay at the country estate of the future Duke of Chandos. The text is drawn from Psalms 117, 135, and 148 found in Nahum Tate and Nicolas Brady's "New Version of the Pslams" - an English translation prepared in the late 1600s.

  1. O Praise the Lord With One Consent
  2. Praise Him, All Ye That in His House Attend
  3. For This Our Truest Int'rest Is Glad Hymns of Praise
  4. That God Is Great We Often Have by Glad Experience Found
  5. With Cheerful Notes Let All the Earth
  6. God's Tender Mercy Knows No Bounds
  7. Ye Boudless Realms of Joy Exalt Your Maker's Fame
  8. Your Voices Arise, Ye Cherubim and Seraphim

8.27 x 11.69 inches, 72 pages.

Original issue - Leipzig: Breitkopf & Hartel, n.d.(ca.1900). Plate H.G. 4



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