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bird. — Mirth, admit me to thy crew. — Come pensive nun. — Mount
Lebanon, duet.

Blessed art Thou. Anthem. [Accomp. for organ.] (In
Turle and Taylor. The People's music book. Vol. 2, pp.
169-174.) No. 39in M.iii.4.2

Blessed be the power. [Air, s. and chorus. Accomp. for

organ.] (In Handel and Haydn Society Collection of

sacred music. Vol. I. p. 76.) No. 18 in M.221.22.1

Also to be found in Turle and Taylor's The People's music book.

But Thou didst not leave his soul in hell. Air [t. or s.]
from the Messiah, [Accomp. for organ.] (In Ayrton.
Sacred minstrelsy. Vol. i, pp. 139-141.)

No. 49 in M.290.22.I

But who may abide. Recitative and air [a. or bar.]. Ar-
ranged fror« the score, with an accomp. for the piano
forte, by Wm. Horsley. London. Cramer, Addison &
Beale. [183-?] No. ■; in M.236.16

Care! bella! Duetto, [s. t. Accomp. for organ.] (In Mu-
sical library. Vol. 3> PP- .12-35.) No. 11 in M.23S.18.3

Le loonie Psaume. Terre, benis le Seigneur! (Jubilate Deo.
omnis terra, servite Domino). Traduction francaise de
M. Ch. Nuitter. Mis en musique par G. F. Haendel.
Manuscript. [18=;-?] M.403..S2

Come, ever smiling liberty. Song [t. t. b.] (In Social har-
mony. Pp. 26. 27.) No. 19 in M.2i.';.2i

Same. [Duet and chorus, s. a. t. b. Accomp. for organ.?
(In Handel and Haydn Society Collection of sacred
music. Vol. 2, pp. 120-124.) No. 22 in M.221.22.2

Comfort ye, recitative; and Every valley, air, from the Mes-
siah. [Accomp. for organ.] (In Ayrton. Sacred min-
strelsy. Vol. I. pp. 76-80.) No. 28 in M.29o.22.r



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Handel, Georg Friedrich. (Continued.)

Concert, D diir, fur Streichorchester, 2 obligate Violinen
und obligates Violoncell . . . Bearbeitet von Gustav F.
Kogel. rPartitur.l Leipzig. Peters. [1897.1

No. I in M.403.S3

Concert, D moll, fiir Streichorchester, 2 obligate Violinen
und obligates Violoncell . . . Bearbeitet und genau be-
zeichnet von Gustav F. Kogel. [Partitur.] Leipzig.
Peters. [188-?] No. 4 in M.342.3

Concert (G moll) ... fur Streichorchester, 2 obligate Vio-
linen und obligates Violoncell . . . Bezeichnet und mit
einer Schluss-Cadenz versehen von Ferdinand David.
Partitur. Leipzig. Senff. fi86-?] No. 3 in M.342.3

Concerto grosso, Zweites, in F dur, von G. F. Handel . . .
eingerichtet von Hermann Kretzschmar. Partitur. Leip-
zig. Breitkopf & Hartel. 1898. No. 2 in M.403.53

Concerto, 4™"=, pour le pianoforte ou orgue, avec accomp. de
2 violons, alto, basse et 2 hautbois. Partition. fOp. 4.]
Manuscript. [184-?! No. 6 in M.3I2.IO

[Deborah.] Handel's oratorio, Deborah, in vocal score,
with a separate accomp. for the organ or piano forte, by
Vincent Novello. London. Novello. [184-?] Engraved
title-page. M.241.43

[Dove sei amato bene.] The favourite song from the opera
of Rodelinda. [a. Accomp. for orchestra.] London.
Randall. [178-?] No. 3 in M.400.36

Same. [Accomp. de piano.] (In Fleurs d'ltalie. Pp. 62,
6.S.) No. 2 in M.364.10

Also to be found in Lira d'ltalia.

Er sandte tiefe Finsternis. See his He sent a thick darkness.

Esther, an oratorio. [Full score. Edited, with accomp. fcr
piano, by Charles Lucas.] London. Cramer. Beale &
Co. 1844, 4S. [Handel Society. The works of Handel. 1
The libretto is attributed to Pope. M.242.2

Every day will I give thanks. Solo [t. Accomp. for organ].
(In Ayrton. Sacred minstrelsy. Vol. I, pp. 4.15-47.)
Also to be found in Stevens's Sacred music. No. 16 in M. 290.22. 1

Father of heaven! Air [a. or B.] from Judas Maccabffius.
[Accomp. for pianoforte.] (In Ayrton. Sacred min-
strelsy. Vol. 2, pp. .•^o, .11.) No. ir in M.2go.22.2

Father of mercy. [Anthem. Arranged from Handel's Las-
cia ch'io pianga by F. L. E. Accomp. for piano.] Boston.
Russell. [188.1;.] No. 29 in M.158.15

Father, to Thy throne we bend. [Anthem. Accomp. for
organ.] (In Cotton. Bangor Cathedral Collection. Pp.
I-S.) No. I in M.290.33

First organ concerto with orchestral accompaniment.
Edited, arranged and supplemented with a cadenza by
W. T. Best. Organ score. London. Augener & Co.
[ 187-?] No. 3 in M.30.23

Fix'd in His everlasting seat. Chorus. [Accomp. for
organ.] (In Handel and Haydn Society Collection of
sacred music. Vol. 4, pp. 77-8.';.) No. 6 in M.221.22.4

The flocks shall leave. Trio [s. t. b.] in Acis and Galatea.

(In Musical library. Vol.' 2. p. 62-6.";.) No. 26 in M.235.18.2
Also to be found in Social harmony.

Floridant. An opera. [Words in Italian only by P. A.
RoUi.] Compos'd by Handel. [Full score.] London.
Walsh. [1721.] M.2g2.20

For Thee, O God. our constant praise. [Accomp. for or-
gan.] (In Metcalfe. Fifty metrical anthems. P. 9.)

No. 7 in M.157.34

Forever blessed. Air [s. or t. Accomp. for organ]. (In
Handel and Haydn Society Collection of sacred music.

Vol. .3, p. 124.) No. 22 in M.22I.22.3

Fragment du i" concerto. Transcription pour orchestre.
[Partition. Paris. 187-? Gevaert. Transcriptions pour
orchestre.] No. 8 in M.343.48

Fragment du V^ concerto. Transcription pour orchestre.
[Partition. Paris. 187-? Gevaert. Transcriptions pour
orchestre.] No. 10 in M.343.48

From mighty kings. Air [s. or x.l from Judas Maccabceus.
[Accomp. for pianoforte.] (In Ayrton. Sacred min-
strelsy. Vol. 2, pp. 42-4.';.) No. 16 in M.290.22.2



Handel, Georg Friedrich. (Continued.)

Genug! der Evv'ge sei mit euch! Arie [b., mit Pianoforte-
begleitung]. (In Arien-Album. Band i, p. 20-22.)
From Judas Maccabaeus. No. 4 in M.204.37

Gross ist der Herr. Hymne. [Mit Begleitung des Piaao-
forte.] (In Rochlitz. Sammlung vorziiglicher Gesang-
stiicke. Band 3, pp. 26-31.) No. .=; in M.202.6.3

Hallelujah. [Chorus. Accomp. for organ.] (In Gounod.
The Royal Albert Hall choral music. Vol. i, pp. 63-76.)

M.384.28

Also to be found in Handel and Haydn Society Collection of sacred
music.

Haste thee, nymph. Air [t.] and chorus. [Accomp. for
pianoforte.] (In Musical times. [Music] Vol. 4, pp.
1.35-1.39) No. 10 in M.175.1.4

He sent a thick darkness. (Chorus.) [s. a. t. b. With organ
accomp.] (/)[ Gounod. The Royal Albert Hall choral
music. Vol. 2, pp. 38-40.) M.384.28

Same. Er sandte tiefe Finsternis. [Chor aus dem Oratorio:
Israel in Aegypten. Klavierauszug.] (In Rochlitz. Samm-
lung vorziiglicher Gesangstticke. Band 3, pp. 7-12.)

No. 2 in M.202.6.3

He shall feed His flock. Air [s.] from the Messiah.
[Accomp. for organ.] (In Ayrtan. Sacred minstrelsy.
Vol. I, pp. 102-104.) No. .36 in M.2go.22.i

He was despised and rejected of men. Air [a.] from the
Messiah. [Accomp. for organ.] (In Ayrton. Sacred
minstrelsy. Vol. i, pp. 120, 121.) No. 43 in M.290.22.1

Heart the seat of soft delight. Air [s. or t. Accomp. for
pianoforte]. (In Musical library. Vol. 2, pp. 66-68.)

No. 27 in M.235.18.2

Hercules. An oratorio. Edited, and the pianoforte accomp.
revised by Ebenezer Prout. Octavo edition. London.
Novello, Ewer & Co. [1877?] M.i53.2g

The libretto was written by Thomas Broughton.

Hor', Jacobs Gott. [Chor, s. s. a. t. x. b.] Aus dem Orato-
rium: Simson. [Klavierauszug.] (In Rochlitz. Samm-
lung vorziiglicher Gesangstiicke. Band 3, pp. 24, 2.=;.)

No. 4 in M.202.6.3

The horse of Pharaoh. [Anthem. Accomp. for organ.]
(In Pratt. Collection of anthems. Vol. 2, pp. lo.s-iis.)

No. II in M. 233.18.2

How beautiful are the feet. Air [s. or x.] from the Mes-
siah. [Accomp. for pianoforte.] (In Ayrton. Sacred
minstrelsy. Vol. i, pp. i,s6, 157.) No. .=;,=; in M.2go.22.i

Same. Anthem for soli [a. a.] and chorus. From the .Ap-
pendix to "The Messiah." Edited by William Hod.ge.
[Accomp. for organ.] (In Novello's Collection of an-
thems. Vol. 13, pp. 40-47.) No. .=; in M.igs.2.13

How excellent Thy name, O Lord. [Chorus. Accomp. for
or,gan.l (In Handel and Haydn Society Collection of
sacred music. Vol. 2, pp. 14.3-148.) No. 27 in M.221.22.2

How green our fertile pastures. [Air, s. Accomp. for
pianoforte.] (In Handel and Haydn Society Collection
of sacred music. Vol. i, pp. .S3-.s6.) No. 12 in M.221.22,1

How long wilt Thou forget me? Anthem [a. x. b.] from
Handel's Acis and Galatea [by] J. H. Cornell. [Accomp.
for organ.] Boston. Schmidt. 1886. No. 14 in M.158.15

How long wilt Thou forget me. Lord? Full anthem. Ar-
ranged from . . . Saul. Organ accomp. by W. H. Long-
hurst. London. Novello. [184.^.] No. 27 in M.igo.5
Also to be found in Metcalfe's Fifty metrical anthems.

How willing my paternal care. [Air, B. Accomp. for piano-
forte.] (In Handel and Haydn Society Collection of
sacred music. Vol. i, pp. 70-72.) No. 16 in M.22i.22.i

From Samson.

Hymne a la Ste. Vierge. [s. s. a. Accomp. d'orgue.] Paris.
[Heugel. 186-? Petite maitrise.] No. 18 in M.201.34

I know that my Redeemer liveth. Air [s. or x. Accomp.
for organ]. (In Ayrton. Sacred minstrelsy. Vol. i, pp.
186-189.) No. 66 in M.2go.22.i

I will magnify Thee. Full anthem. [Accomp. for organ.]
(In Turle and Taylor. The People's music book. Vol. 2,
pp. .Si-SQ.) No. I7in M.iii.4.3



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Handel, Georg Friedrich. (Continued.)

If torn from thee. SonR fs. or t. Accomp for pianoforte].
(In Turle and Taylor. The People's music book. Vol. 3,
pp. 28s-28g.) No. 94in M.iii.4.3

From Amadigi.

In the days of Herod. [Anthem. Accorap. for orsan.l (In
Pratt. Collection of anthems. Vol. i, pp. 1-12.)

No. iinM.233.t8.i

In Thee I put my steadfast trust. [Accomp. for organ.]
(In Metcalfe. Fifty metrical anthems. P. 20.)

No. 11; in M.157.34

Is there a man? Chorus. [Accomp. for piano.] (In
Handel and Haydn Society Collection of sacred music.
Vol. I, pp. 38-40.) No. 10 in M.221.22.1

[Israel in Egypt.] Handel's oratorio, Israel in Egypt. In
vocal score, with a separate accomp. for the organ or
piano forte, by Vincent Novello. London. Novello.
[1851?] Engraved title-page. M.241.42

Same. [Octavo edition.] M. 153.25

Same. [Words only.] With an analysis of the oratorio,
written expressly for the Sacred Harmonic Society, by
G. A. Macfarren. London. Novello. [1857.I

No. 8 in M.372.S4

[Jephtha.] Das Autograph des Oratoriums „Jephtha" [in
photo-lithographischer Kopie herausgegeben von Fr.
Chrysander]. Fest-Ausgabe der deutschen Handel-Ge-
sellschaft. [Hamburg. 1885.] M.312.31

Same. In vocal score, with a separate accomp. for the
organ or pianoforte, by Vincent Novello. [Words by
Thomas Morell.] London. Novello. [184-?] M.241.39

[Joshua.] Handel's oratorio, Joshua, in vocal score, with a
separate accomp. for the organ or pianoforte, by Vincent
Novello. London. Novello. [184-?] Engraved title-
page. M.241.38

Jubilate [Utrecht] . . . bearbeitet von Robert Franz. Par-
titur und Clavierauszug. Halle. Karmrodt. [1868.I

No. 3 in M.3S2.20

Judas MaccabKus. An oratorio . . . Vocal parts complete
. . . accomp. newly arranged for the piano forte or organ,
by John Bishop. London. Cocks & Co. [184-?] M.241.44

Largo pour instruments a cordes et haut-bois solo. [Parti-
tur. Paris.] Durand, Schoenewerk & cie. [187-? Ge-
vaert. Transcriptions pour orchestre.] No. 14 in M.343.48

Lascia ch' io pianga. Aria [s. Accomp. di piano]. (In Lira
d'ltalia. Pp. 128, 129.) No. 35 in M. 157.39

Let the righteous be glad. Solo [s. Accomp. for organ].
(In Stevens. Sacred music. Vol. 2, pp. 10-15.)

No. 3 in M.234.4.2

Let their celestial concerts all unite. [Chorus. Accomp.
for organ.] (In Handel and Haydn Society Collection of
sacred music. Vol. 2, pp. 186-192.) No. 34 in M. 221.22.2

Let us now make man. [Anthem. Accomp. for organ.]
(In Pratt. Collection of anthems. Vol. i, pp. 66-73.)

No. 7 in M.233.18.1

Let's imitate her notes. Duett [s. s.]. (In Bland. The
Ladies' collection. Vol. 4, pp. 370, 371.)

No. 63 in M.235.17.4

Like as the smoke. Solo [b. Accomp. for organ]. (In
Stevens. Sacred music. Vol. i, pp. 82-85.)

No. 17 in M.234.4.1

The Lord, the Universal King. [Anthem. Accomp. for
organ.] (In Metcalfe. Fifty metrical anthems. P. 5.)

No. 4 in M.157.34

Lord, to Thee, each night and day. Air \a. or bar.] from
Theodora. [Accomp. for piano.] (In Ayrton. Sacred
minstrelsy. Vol. i, pp. 206-208.) No. 72 in M.2go.22.i

Lord, to us our sires have told. [Anthem. Accomp. for
organ.] (In Metcalfe. Fifty metrical anthems. Pp. 27,
28.) No. 19 in M. 157.34

Lord, what is man. [Air, s. or t. Accomp. for organ.] (In
Handel and Haydn Society Collection of sacred music.
Vol. 2, pp. 142, 143) No. 26 in M.221.22.2



Handel, Georg Friedrich. (Continued.)

Lord, when the morning wakes. Song [s. or x. Accomp.
for pianoforte]. (In Turle and Taylor. The People's
music book. . Vol. 2, pp. 43-4.'i) N. 15 in M.iii.4.2

Love in her eyes. Song [s. or t. Accomp. for piano]. (In

Musical library. Vol. 2, pp. 60, 61.) No. 25 in M.235.18.2

From Acis and Galatea.

Also to be found in Turle and Taylor's The People's music book.

The Messiah. [Vocal score.] Arranged for the piano-forte
or organ, by John Clarke. London. Jones & Co. iS.'^S.

No. I in M.241.36

Same. Boosey. [185-?] Portrait. M.241.3S

Same. With an accomp. for the pianoforte or organ, ar-
ranged from Mozart's score, by John Bishop. London.
Cocks & Co. [185-?] M.153-24

Same. [Der Messias.] Das Autograph des Messias ... in
photolithographischer Kopie fur die deutsche Handel-
Gesellschaft herausgegeben von Friedrich Chrysander.
Hamburg. Strumper & Co. 1889, 92. 2 parts in i v.

M.312.32

Same. Oratorium in drei Abtheilungen. Berlin. 1839.

Words only. No. 12 in M.373.61

The miscellaneous pieces as set to music. With a life of

Handel. London. Heptinstall. 1799. Plate.

Words only. No. 2 in M.i2ga.2i

Musette du VI^ concerto. Transcription pour orchestre.

[Partition. Paris. 187-? Gevaert. Transcriptions pour

orchestre.] No. 11 in M.343.48

Musette du Vlle concerto. Transcription pour orchestre.

[Partition. Paris. 187-? Gevaert. Transcriptions pour

orchestre.] No. 12 in M.343.48

No change of times. [Anthem. Accomp. for pianoforte.]

(In Metcalfe. Fifty metrical anthems. Pp. 35, 36.)

No. 25 in M.157.34
Now there arose a new king. [Anthem. Accomp. for

organ.] (In Pratt. Collection of anthems. Vol. 2, pp.

1 16-135.) No. 12 in M.233.18.2

O come, let us worship. Air [s. or T. Accomp. for organ].

(In Ayrton. Sacred minstrelsy. Vol. i, pp. 1-3.)

No. I in M.290.22.I
O Father, whose almighty power. [Chorus. Accomp. for

organ.] (In Handel and Haydn Society Collection of

sacred music. Vol. 2, pp. 14-19.) No. 3 in M.221.22.2

O first created beam. Chorus. [Accomp. for organ.] (In

Handel and Haydn Society Collection of sacred music.

Vol. I, pp. 24-28.) No. 7 in M.221.22.1

O God, my heart is fix'd. [Anthem. Accome. for organ.]

(In Metcalfe. Fifty metrical anthems. Pp. 71, 72.)

No. 43 in M.157.34
O God, who in Thy heavenly hand, and O Lord, we trust

in Thee alone. Chorus from Joseph. [Accomp. for

organ.] (In Ayrton. Sacred minstrelsy. Vol. 2, pp. 124,

125.) No. 49 in M.29o.22.a

O Jesu, bone Pastor, a. & s. solo and quartett. [Accomp.

for organ.] (In Novello. Convent music. Vol. 2, pp.

47-49.) No. 16 in M.260.17.2

O Lord, we trust in Thee alone. [Hymn. Accomp. for

organ.] (In Musical times. [Music] Vol. 4, p. 204.)

No. 27 in M.175.1.4
O Lord, whose mercies. [Solo, a. or bar. Accomp. for

organ.] (In Handel and Haydn Society Collection of

sacred music. Vol. i, pp. 66, 67.) No. 14 in M.22i.22.r

O lovely p.eace. Duet [s. a. Accomp. for organ]. (In

Handel and Haydn Society Collection of sacred music.

Vol. I, pp. 32-37.) No. 9 in M.221.22.1

O magnify the Lord. Solo [s. Accomp. for organ]. (In

Ayrton. Sacred minstrelsy. Vol. 2, pp. 162-164.)

Also to be found in Stevens's Sacred music. No. 60 in M. 290.22.2
O praise the Lord in that blest place. [Anthem. Accomp.

for organ.] (In Metcalfe. Fifty metrical anthems. Pp.

23,24.) No. 17 in M.157.34

O Salutaris. Solo. [Accomp. de piano ou d'orgue.] (In

fichos dv monde religieux. Pp. 60-62.) M.156.53



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Handel, Georg Friedrich. (Continued.)

An ode, or serenata for the birth day of Queen Ann, com-
posed in the year 1713. [Chorus with orchestral accomp.
London? 1713I No. .3 in M.380.6

Oft on a plot of rising ground. Song [s. or T. Accomp. for
pianoforte!. (In Turle and Taylor. The People's music
book. Vol. .3, pp. 72-74.) No. ,31 in M.iii.4.3

Oh! had I Jubal's lyre. Air [s. or t.1 from Joshua.
fAccomp. for organ.] (In Ayrton. Sacred minstrelsy.
Vol. 2, pp. 182-184.) No. 66 in M.290.22.2

Oh, how great the glory. Hunting chorus, from "The tri-
umph of time and truth." The accomp. Jfor pianofortel
arranged from the score. (In HuUah. The Singer's li-
brary. Secular. No. 5. Pp. 17-24.) No. .s in M.157.2

[Otho. The arias with piano accompaniment, also trans-
position for the flute. London. 172-?] 11.145.22
There is no title-page.

Ouverturen. In Partitur. Mit einem Vorwort von C. F.
Becker. Lieferung i, 2. Leipzig. Hofmeister. ri84.S?]
2 parts in i v. No. i, 2 in M.344.32

Contents. — i. Estlier. — Aetius. — Porus. — Parthenope. 2. Lotharius.
— Siroe. — ■ Alexander. — Admet.

Pious orgies. Air fs. or t. Accomp. for organl from Judas
Maccabffius. (In Ayrton. Sacred minstrelsy. Vol. 2,
pp. II, 12.) No. ■; in M.290.22.2

Also to be found in Handel and Haydn Society Collection of sacred
music.

The plague of darkness. Chorus, from Israel in Egypt.
fAccomp. for organ. 1 (In Ayrton. Sacred minstrelsy.
Vol. I, pp. 148, I4g.) No. .S2 in M.290.22.1

Praise the Lord enthron'd on high. [Anthem. Accomp.
for organ. 1 (In Metcalfe. Fifty metrical anthems. Pp.
7. 8.) No. 6 in M.1S7.34

Prepare, then, ye immortal choir. Duet [s. a. Accomp. for
pianoforte!. (In Turle and Taylor. The People's music
book. Vol. 2, pp. 19-22.) No. 8 in M.I 1 1.4.2

Redemption. A sacred oratorio, in score: selected from the
works of Handel, and formed into a drama; by Samuel
Arnold. London^. Birchall. [1786.] M.241.3

Rejoice, O Judah. [Air, B., and chorus. Accomp. for
organ.! (In Handel and Haydn Society Collection of
sacred music. Vol. i, pp. 160-166.) No. 29 in M. 221.22. i

Rendi '1 sereno a ciglio. Aria fs. or x. Accomp. for piano-
forte]. (In Musical library. Vol. 2, p. e,2.)

No. 21 in M.235.18.2

Return, O God of hosts. Air [a. or b.] from Samson.
[Accomp. for organ.] (In Ayrton. Sacred minstrelsy.
Vol. 2, pp. 76, 77.) No. 31 in M.290.22.2

Risorgo il mondo. Aria [s. or x. Accomp. for pianoforte].
(In Ayrton. Sacred minstrelsy. Vol. ?. pp. 194, 195.)

No. 70 in M.2go.22.2

The sacred oratorios as set to music. London. Heptinstall.
1799. Portrait. No. 1 in M.i2ga.2i

Words only.

[Samson.! Handel's oratorio, Samson ... In vocal score,
with a separate accomp. for the organ or piano forte, by
Vincent Novello. London. Novello. [184-?! M.241.37

Same. [Octavo edition. 186-?! M. 153.32

[Saul.] Handel's oratorio, Saul. In vocal score, with a
separate accomp. for the organ or pianoforte, by Vincent
Novello. London. Novello. [184-?] Engraved title-
page. M.241.41

Sechs Duette aus verschiedenen Opern zum Concertge-
brauche mit Begleitung des Orchesters bearbeitet von
Robert Franz. Leipzig. Kistner. [187-.I 6 v. in i.

M. 193.19

Contents. — Se teco vive il cor. — lo t' abbraccio. — Per le porte del
tormento. — Vivo in te. — A teneri affetti il cor s'abbandoni. — Caro,
piu amabile belta.

See, the conqu'ring hero comes. Glee [s. a. x. b.]. (In
Musical times. [Music] Vol. 2, pp. 102-104.)

No. ^ in M.i75.i.a

Also to be found [for T. T. B.] in Social harmony.



Handel, Georg Friedrich. (Continued.)

Semele. An oratorio. [Libretto by William Congreve.]
Edited, and the pianoforte accompaniment revised . . .
by Ebenezer Prout. Octavo edition. London. Novello,
Ewer & C. [187-?] M.I53.3I

Shall I in Mamre's fertile plain? See his Soil ich auf
Mamre's Fruchtgefild?

Sie schallt, die Posaun'. Bass-Arie [mit Pianofortebeglei-
tung!. (In Arien-Album. Band i, pp. 18, 19.)
From The Messiah. No. 4.in M.204.37

Sieh, das ist Gottes Lamm. [Chore, Arie, und Recitativ aus
dem Oratorium: Der Messias. Klavierauszug.] (In
Rochlitz. Sammlung vorziiglicher Gesangstiicke. Band
3, pp. 13-23.) No. 3 in M.202.6.3

Sing unto God. [Chorus. Accomp. for organ.] (In Han-
del and Haydn Society Collection of sacred music. Vol.
3, pp. 165-170.) No. 27 in M.221.22.3

Sion now her head shall raise. [Duet, s. s., and chorus.
Accomp. for organ.] (In Handel and Haydn Society
Collection of sacred music. Vol. i, pp. 149-1519.)

No. 28 in M.22i.a2.i

Six organ concertos. Edited by W. T. Best. London.
Novello, Ewer & Co. [187-?] M.312.46

Soil ich auf Mamre's Fruchtgefild? Arie [b., mit Piano-
fortebegleitung!. (In Arien-Album. Band i, pp. 23, 24.)
From Joshua. No. 4 in M.204.37

Same. Shall I in Mamre's fertile plain? Air [b.! from
Joshua. fAccomp. for organ.] (In Ayrton. Sacred min-
strelsy. Vol. 2, pp. 142, 143.) No. 53 in M.290.22.2

[Solomon.] Handel's oratorio "Solomon." ... In vocal
score, with a separate accomp. for the organ or pianoforte
arrangedby Vincent Novello. London. Novello. [1854?]

M.153.26

Songs, duets, and trios, selected from the oratorios, etc.
. . . With an accomp. for the pianoforte by H. R. Bishop.
London. D'Almaine & Co. [1837.] 6 v. M.234.5

Contents. — I. Guardian angels, O protect me. — In sweetest harmony.

— Rejoice greatly. — How beautiful are the feet. ^ I know that my
Redeemer liveth. — If God be for us. — Let the bright seraphim. —
Pious orgies. — From mighty kings. — What though I trace. — Angels
ever bright and fair. — Farewell, ye limpid streams. — Holy, holy,
holy, Lord God almighty. — O Lord, whose mercies numberless. —
O thou that tellest good tidings. — He shall feed His flock. — He was
despised. — O death, where is thy sting. — Return, O God of hosts. —
Lord, to Thee each night. — Lord, remember David. — ■ Comfort ye my
people. — Thy rebuke hath broken his heart. — But Thou did'st not
leave. — Thou shalt break them. — Total eclipse. — Jehovah! to my
words give ear. — See the tall palm. — Deeper and deeper still. — Tears
such as tender fathers shed. — Thus saith the Lord of hosts. — For
behold, darkness shall cover. — Thou art gone up on high. — Why do
the nations. — The trumpet shall sound. — How willing my paternal
love. — It must be so. 2. O magnify the Lord. — O siog unto the Lord.

— He was eyes unto the blind. — Will God, whose mercies ever flow.

— Sin not, O king. — Thou didst blow. — 'Tis liberty, dear liberty. —
Wise men, flattering. — O, had I Jubal's lyre. — If guiltless blood be
your intent. — Fond, flattering world, adieu. — The smiling dawn of
happy days. — The Lord is my strength. — From this dread scene. —
O, never bow we down. — Wash me throughly. — Why so full of grief.

— When the ear heard her. — Lord, remember me. — Thou shalt bring
them in. — Come, divine Inspirer. — O, sacred oracles of truth. —
Awful, pleasing being. — As with rosy steps the morn. — Be ye sure
that the Lord. — Thou sittest at the right hand. — Every day will I
give thanks. — O come, let us worship. — Tune your harps. — O Lord,
how many are my foes. — O liberty! thou choicest treasure. — Ah!
canst thou but prove me. — He layeth the beams. — He was brought
as a lamb to the slaughter. — Vouchsafe, O Lord (Dettingen Te Deum).

— Arm, arm, ye brave. — The Lord worketh wonders. — Shall I on
Mamre's fertile plain. — The Lord is a man of war. 3. Hush, ye pretty,
warbling choir. — As when the dove. — Heart, the seat of soft delight.

— What passion cannot music raise. — But come thou goddess fair and
free. — Mirth, admit me of thy crew. — Sweet bird. — Let me wander not
unseen. — But, O sad virgin. — Ye men of Gaza. — O sleep, why dost
thou leave me. — Here amid the shady woods. — In these blest scenes.

— Hark! 'tis the linnet. — Our limpid streams with freedom flow. —
With thee th' unsheltered moor I'd tread. — Ask if yon damask rose.
— Beneath the cypress' gloomy shade. — There the brisk, sparkling nec-
tar. — Take the heart you fondly gave. — Kind health descends. —
What's sweeter than the new blown rose. — Come ever smiling liberty.

— O lovely peace. — As steals the morn. — The flocks shall leave. —
Can I see my infant gored. — Clouds o'ertake the brightest day. —
When first I saw my lovely maid. — Sweet rose and lily. — Yet can I
hear that dulcet lay. — Dull delay in piercing anguish. — Love in her



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