Enya Strumentazione: Piano, Vocal and Guitar Editore: Hal Leonard...
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Score. For Voice / Mixed choir / Orchestra.
Detailed Instrumentation: Solo Soprano / Solo Alto / Solo Tenor / Solo Bass / Mixed choir-SATB / Oboe / Strings / Basso continuo.
I will magnify thee / Ich will dich erhöhen HWV 250b Handel’s four anthems were all composed during his London period in the Chapel Royal .
“As pants the hart”, his fifth setting of this Psalm text, was written in March 1738 for performance at a benefit concert for the King’s Theatre in the Haymarket. Until just before Handel’s first visit to England , the only instrument permitted to accompany the service in the Chapel Royal was the organ. These four works (O sing unto the Lord HWV 249a, I will magnify thee HWV 250b, As pants the hart HWV 251e, Let God arise HWV 256b), with their orchestral accompaniments, thus represent something akin to a new genre in English church music.
The four anthems are presented in clearly laid out vocal scores with easy-to-play piano reductions based on the Urtext from the “Halle Handel Edition”. Their winningly varied and self-sufficient orchestral writing provides a suitable framework for the festive chorus and the equally festive solo numbers. Today they sound as splendid as ever before. The full scores and vocal scores also contain a German translation along with the original English.
HWV 249a: soloists (AB), chorus (SATB) flute, 2 oboes, 2 trumpets, strings, continuo
HWV 250b: soloists (SATB), chorus (SATB), oboe, strings, continuo
HWV 251e: soloists (SAATBB), chorus (SAATBB), 2 oboes, strings, continuo
HWV 256b: soloists (AB), chorus (SATB), oboe, strings, continuo
- Urtext from the “Halle Handel Edition” at the forefront of musical scholarship
- First separate editions for performance purposes
- Clear and easy-to-play piano reductions
- Original English text with underlaid German translation
“The clarity found in these Bärenreiter scores and the excellent keyboard reductions make them very attractive for performers.”
(Church Music Quarterly, Sept. 2008)
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