CHANT - CHORALEHaendel, Georg Friedrich
the boafts. in boafts in fight, boftock, b oic bold b old, b old? bold, born -- bout him. in his acts bove., bow down bow down -- bow down to the rude stock bow we down, to bow we down, -to .brace, bra\e,if not brai tp. brave "brave br ave brave, brave. brave and brave, and brave, if not brave,if not brave ,ii not brave,it bravely breaft, breafts fhall in "breathe ^breathe the flutes, and lead breathlefs bremner, oppofite somerfet-houfe brethren i new fcenes of bloody brethren t>ut look bridge bright array bring bring" bring, songs 'bring thy brothers brow brow; 'bus but "natures but nature's but natures sonfters wal the but natures song --iters but peace but peace ^obtain, but true by land,or sea, bzfed -*^c5t basso cai l cajl call forth thy call forth thy pow'r call forth thy powrs call forth thy powrs my soul call forth thy powvs nvysoul and (fare calls for fv rift redrefs call the call the brave cambridge came i-y_fi_as,with can fend from earth to can fend fromearth to can je can -- not can relieve you, cantrun y captive carefs^ carets -- carols catrfe, caufe of heaven yo ur caufe of heav'naemandsyourzeal, a caufe o* heavn aei caute of heavnyour zeal demands. cbsqneft or a gl oriers e - ter- nal e-- ternal etne calm eupolemus ever fmiling liberty ever-- fmilingliberty ever will ever worfhip ifraei*s ever worfhip ifraels god, e ^ evft exempla-- exploits faid faintly fal_ fa lin fal in fall thyfdes, fall thy foes fall thy foes, fall thy ft iieso fall t\(y foes, fal^n fal?n f'altn fal -- va fal. _va falvn fame, fame. fa nthyi'oes o lord fa nthyl?oes father father of father of heav'n fathers , fara d of father, whofe almighty pow'r 28 fave fave, fave. faying, fbock f carl fci ilpturm fc>lemnize fcornclfuch i fculp fculptur'ci fculp tur^d fculptur^d fculptur d fculptur,d fculptur' d fculpturfpj..l 1 _fpo ncl _fpo ncl _ -- fpond^' -fpo nd_ _ fprighrt - ly f rai: frail_ing frefh beauty frefhbeau-ty friend, friends jwith tranf port frj: froin from f"rom from. from1 from earth from earth to from joy from joy-- ous tranfport from migh--ty from mighty kings from the al-- tar broke, from the egyptian coaft, from this from this dread scene from this dread scene 20 from thy elternal throne/ from within, fron -frv fser .ftar ft-'^cej rt fteal fters^ fters. nature s ftjptpl^nh ftjr ftlr-f-r ftock ftous, ftretch her ftrew, -- ftro/d, ful hearts can full chorus ful, wake fure fure fteal away/ furm fvi, f'vlt fweet defcant fx bload c fyz?. sa^,^:. ait., &. gain gall__ing load of gall-ing load of galling load of galling load of hoftile gaudry gdc r- -gic gi rt his warlike giufto "* give givn giv'n giv'n> givn, givn, that givn, to our great .gllfctrm- glonons fall. glonou's glorious glo -- rious glo_ rious glorious , glorious, glorious, a glorious death glorious fall. refolvd glory glo_r.y glo_ry and gloucester. gnides this weak machine. god^ god , god, god., god alone god, and god and go d, god and god, god, andhigh affections god, andhigh affections raife, god be god, be god j godja nd go godlike godlike youth gorgias will go-vernor fhall graiit a grant grant it, grate grateful grateful hearts ca grateful hearts can grateful hearts employ, g ratitude defcend great great god^be all the great god, be all the guides, directs gwn,* to heavn give your applaufe, haat senzavi ol. hafte hafte we, my brethren hail hail, hail, hail hail, hail, hail jfudea, happy land hail judea, happy land hair. hal_je_ln halle--fujah, .hallelujah, hallifax hallowed hal-te-- lujah, amen. hand hand. hand, hail, hand. hail, hands hant hant= hantb hantb. hantb:2. happ^ landl happy happy land] happylancf happy lancflfalva-- happy land! happy landj happy landl sal_va happy landl sal--va happy landl sal-- va _ happy land! sal-- va -- har -- _ har_mo har -- monious join harnefs harp awake / harps : harps harps , harps, harps^sion harps to harps, your harps your harps harps your harps, hatfi hath memphis hath vouchfaf <. hauf. 2 haughty seron, syria's boaft, hau:l haut haut:2. hautb hautb : hautb * hautb: hautb. hautb\- hautb: i9and2? hautb;l? *'hautb: lve r2v *'hautb'.nmis. hautbtcolviolini head head fhal1 head fhall head now her head now her head heaj ,heaj?n. that heal heal the heaps hear hear, heard our pray r hear ns heart heart > heart. hearts hearts, hearts can hearts if hearts of hear us hear us > hear us, hear us hearus, hear us, hear us hearus^hear us, heav\i heaviijthatoirr lonj5 woes may heavn heav'n heav'n. heav*n. heavn. heavn that 4" hea-vpn heavyi he fends he?iis almigh-- ty heir herd's here warlike tudas her head, her head fhall her hero's fame her laft breath, hero hero, hero's heros brow herubim and he took-- hewn hey, hfim^ highaffections high affections high affections raife high^fiectio"ns hil- hills adorn. him fing. [hip {hip hi ph affections raife, ||||hirffflftt!e -his his awfnll his awfull -- -- ; his glory his hand. his hand, fal his hoft his pity, his righteous his righteous sword his royal highnefs the hjghaffections raife, hnrfd to the re hof- hoft hoftile hoftilechains,l ead oiij lea d hoftile chains the load of hoftile., h ^ftile hofts," holy home, or havodtdin hom.r honour givn honour givn, honour givn, be honour givn, to our honours crown his hope hopes hopes succefs horrid front 5 bnt hours, that fcatter, -- hovah -- hovah, ho-- vah -- hovahj how low, how low, from jo^- ous how low, from joy-- ons how vain- how vain how how vain is man hpb u^ ^h^pij | g ^h&s--iji hufbaiids hy foe; hy kuins lie. iah, iby boai ted ica4, i ciil array icq--tfj^'tf p i-cxrc-t id brave, ide^~ i-dumean i^esj ifaac heaton, jun. efq; if e'er honour [^i^ ^ [fe[f%]torr ifl.bj.j3i, if lone.\ve if ncvt if not if not to ifr- ifrae 1 ifrael ifra-- el, ifrael: ifrael fought. ifraelitifh meffenger ifraels ifraels strength and to e ifvy 'igh ihat fpeak, i-hh^^ffr ihr ^d=fc *"i&hrigh,, iht array , iie pure strains of j iifj i*r=i down k *-- .-ijst iktfr i land ilxt fjj i make imi-'meuura praife .with imokv ruins l ie i mperial im--petuous inbntfht ai inbri^fot array, in bright array in bright array, inbright array, inbright array y inbri^t array, inbritfht larray, inbrlgilarray, in-- dah > in def ence ofyour in fight, in fights in fight. the valour in folemn strainsyourfaguine hopes infult ns in fweet liberty ing, in his hand. in lancamire" inlp ire in me purestrainsof jeffe's son/ i not in ruinous in the in the pure strains in the pure strains- in thy praife/ in which the ion e can le'er ions *ions, ipeak, ^ iqj ir ftic< 3 i >roi"s iso lord, is the iters itftnpr bold and itftr [ff t=1 /ith ^ ith the ir ^ithwordsthat itrains - ^itune your iuflw.*rr iul'fj iunh i_vy crown, i wifdom jacfah mourn in jadah dif-- jadahdifdains jadah difdains jadah difdains the galling jadah thy jadah tl^ ja -de. a, happy land! _ jah jail james abington james craney, efq; jams remove. jb'cnhdti "ain with thee brinj**hy jcund train/ jcundtrj jdifdainful of jef_ffc*s sori/ je^ho-vah, je_ho_vah je_hovah , je-- ho__vah je-hovah, jfc= |_j=fct jfri =jfri jft. j gg^ ous jharms ji jftice jipw* a jflfyfl ^-- ons jkut jlf t j>li*rrffl>i jncfah jncfah, we .jndah jndah difdains jndah thy jndah, we jn_dalit, jnde _ jn-- dea, jn_dea> happy land! jn-- dea, happy land! jnde_a, happy land] jnde-a, happy land! jn -de _a, happy land, fal_va $jnile jo _cnnd train jocund , jo _ jocund/ jo- jocund trai jocund train. jocund train,thy jocund train/ thy jocund jofeph baildon jofhua john john binns, of leeds, 6 books john burton johnftone, efq; john gardiner, of haverfordweft john jacob, efq; joice -joice -- joice, join join. halle-- lajah, join. h^t^-^iat jo^l. ons tranfport jonathan battimill jour jour cheeks be jour f ather jour hero jour i ather joy _ joy. joy-o as joy-oi is joy-- ons joy-- on s joy-otis joy -- ous joy-- ous jrave. a jr^fplrs j r~t- --irhius jtibfrtx (jtl jtl lone.we" jtni jtt_de-a, jucfah difdains the ju_crea judah judah, judah difdains judah, in songs judah mourn in judah thy judah, we judaks race, ju--dal i, judan, judas ju -- das ju_ das judas, judas* judas maccabeus judas macchabaeus judas macchabseus judas macchaebeus judas, may thefe noble ju_dea, happy ju--^ de__ a,happy jude_a happy ju--de-a, happy land! ju--dea, happy land] ju-de_a, happy land.' ju-de.a, happy land jude-a, happy land! jude.a, happy land ju-- dea, happy landau-- juftice ju_yous k fcc_s. kfi=m kg-w ffj|i| king king. kings. kings he kino we kneel, know know, thy powv o je - krious glorious la* cja ussr' lame lamen lamen -- ta_ lamen_ta lame n_ -ta l lamen-tation make , land! land. land.' land'. land] larghc-tto e nn largo lations la-tion to the lau -- _ laws l,aws laws, l^be^--ty' give lcrv lc >vely, lead leaden lead on, leader l^nlrl oiirj lead on lead on, lead on, jndah difdains lead on , judah difdains lead on lead lead on ,lead leadonleadon leaft lemn _ lemn lemn strains; your father len. let fleecv flocks the let fleecy flocksthe ,let the fhrill let the virgins lew* lf^ljjt| *l_fne the trailing -lhi libber-- ty glve liber l iber liber^ty liber -- ty liberty, li_ber_ty give oer your fanguine hopes liberty thou choiceft trea~^ibid. l iberty, w liber ty, we liberty, we lie. lies lies: -lieve you, life life'/ lift lift 1 liftetli/ -ligl t, in -- liion , like lion lion's lis* list lno more load, of load, of hoftile chains load, of hoftile chains, load,of hoftile chains, lody to make/ loft,) lokd lon<3 lone _lone _lone. lone _ lone. lone a 11 lone .and lone. and -- lone. and god lone. and god lone .w( lone .we long in_fulted look more gay, and lovely life with plea lo ok with an eye lo ok with an eye of look with an eye of lord lord, lord and lord, hear us lord, on lord onthee lord on thee we lord onthee we lord on thee we call, hear us lord on thee we call heer us lord vvorketh lord workethwon lord worketi i won ~ - -- loufa nd love, lovely, lovely peace lovely, lovely peace } lovely peace, lovely peac might. might, the valour of gi -- mighty migh-^ylci ngs'., migt mi?ht,the mil. mine. for mj'blfli >m joyous mlei moarn m. of pembrooke hall, ^mo-niousjoin and in mont, mor< more more - more- more, more. more happy skies more will rouze, in oar morn morn. moura^e afflic_ted children, the ke mourn mourn _ mourn, mourn. mourn in folemn mourn urn mournye mourn ye mourn ye afflicted children move move his pity, mr. ayrton mr. frederick nicolay mr. hague mr. henry burgum, of briftol mr. jofeph kelway mr. john anderfon, of cambridge mr. john bacon mr. john dechamps mr. johnfon mr. langfhaw mr. lindegrene mr. maurice dreyer mr. newfham, of dewfbury mr. peter dechamps mr. samuel arnold mr. samuel howard mrs. johnfon, of cheapfide, 6 books mr. thomas linley, of bath mr. thomas orpin, of bath mr. william holden, of birmingham mtap --m teous sword. my countrymen; myr_tle my soul and mysten olis name name. ^nati on nations mav know. nations may nations may know. nations may know > thy powr o nations may know^ thy powv o nations that natures song -- - iters wake na --turns n ceth^ ncr dread _neath ne'er d v a o-- blecaufethe obring ocund/ io of bleffing dow n/ of cambridge of captive ju__dah of danger,well rufh on of gigan ofheavn^/our zeal deman 3s. of his country's mi -feries of hoftile chains,! eadon ^lea d of] ileavnyour of jeffe's son/ of king's college, of praife of praife. of praife. si on of the of the conqring sword of the facred place of the firft part of tin^e of triumph of triumphant of triumphant joy/ of triumpr of unbounded powr o grant it heav'n oh judah oh judah, oh judah re_ oh,- liberty oh-t ivip-rtv o judas, nay thefe not le views o judas o my brethren old, o let eternal ollow thee,w. o lord on thee we o lovely peace $olyma $olym.i ome inbright omits tneyieldii once yrour fathers did in **= on conqueft, on conqueft , on conqueft, on conqueft, refolvd ond- on eagle wings on -- ly bra on_ly brave onr great god be on the on thee w or a glonous or a glorious or a glorious fall or be fhe ordaind of or fcalptur'd stone- or fcalpturd stone. or fciilpto rv o r fciilpturc stone o r fctilpturd stone. or fculptafd stone: or fculptnr'd stone or fculptnr'd stone . or fculptnr'd stone, or fculptur or fculp tur d stone. or fculptur'd stone or fculpturd stone or fculpturd stone. or fculpturd" stone or fculp turd stone: but or fculpturm or fculpturm stone or fculpturm stone. o r fculpt urtf stone or fculpturtf stone ot captivfe other found other found, otis our great our great god,be our great god, be our greatgod^be our great god he our harp ourn our strength and shield )ove^ o vekt overture own de own leader 's sw ord, pale pant pare pare, part part the part the third paufe awhile peace let us gain peace to peace to my countrymen pel royal, and of st. paul's cathedral per_ perf _ -- _peri> pers per s pers in his hand, pert pfth phew phic -phic pia. pianifs" pianift'.'" -pid, fo pi erf pindar, a. m. fellow of king's pinto _pious, pious airs> pious orgies pious orgies/ pious orgies,pious airs/ dscent piring breath , pity/ plea fing dreadful call plea fmg dr pleafure pleafure, pleafure fteal away/ pleafure' > reign pleafure's rci 5 n plea _fure's re ign pleafure's reign plea_{ure povr powers. powr powrs powv o je-hovah , powv o je-hovah, powys praif praife pra'ife praife, praife. praife.*. praife . of praife. of praife. si on praife. tb praife . tune your praile pre. pr epare pre _ _ pare pre_ pare, pre-- pare prey pri f "c proc prof p rof prof _ p rofpers prof_ pers prom prom migh-tv kings 'fxom prom this dread pr<;pare v - p^rti ptfa pto-- lo^my p- ufl_1- (pug punifheth pure strains pure strains of pv land! p()wers --py earth or pyearth or ?arn:orehapy pyland! qjtl -- qnal war qua! qual war -- quer -- quer, -- quer; quer, quer. (r) 12 books (r) 6 books rafe raife raife, raife/ raife, fhall raife, sion raife, tune <'"! raife, tune your harps to 'rails . ranfj>ort rant rapid ration, raw*- o (r) cambridge rcf| (r) chriftopher whichcote, efq; (r) college rcr male recit recit: recit. refblvd on r efblvm oi l refokd on conqueft, or a glorious refol\ refold'don conqneft, refold on conqueror a refolvcl onconqueft, or a refolvct refolvd refolv'd refolvdon refolvd on refolvd on conqne refolvd on conqneft, refolvd on conqneft, or fall refolvd on conqueft refolvd on conqueft , refolvd on conqueft, refolvd on conqueft, or refolv j re folvtf on conqueft, or refolvtf onconqueft, or a refolvyf reft, reft; reftlvdon conqueft, re_ftord reftor'd reftore, reioiceth rejoi re -joice re --joice re_joice re--joice rejoi ce rejoice and in rejoice o rejoice, o judah relblvd on conqueft rel bring re=ligion re -- ligion , re -- ligion, re -ligion, re__ ligion, re-- ligion re--li^ion, remains of remains of captive rev. mr. allot, of kirkheaton in rfains the r fetg r~ftn rfvs :rhft richard clack, of hereford rife'. righ righ _ righteons righteous righteous sword. ri^h--^-- teous sword. rious -- rious, 'rious^ rious fall rious fall, rious, glo rious, glorious rious, glorious fall rip. 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(r) the rev. mr. thornber, of york (r) the right hon. earl of sandwich rude rude stock ruin ruins rulh on run- run/ rune sacrifice salvation prolpers sal_va_tion wrought samaria fled; hy thee purfud, samuel dyer, efq; sanctuary sand sand earth, and scep_ sea of blood . while seat seat of second second. see p -- ter, jadah seep-- ter, jad ah see the con(p' rin g her seijxa contra baffo semi s*enza vi ol. seq y nfhmts sera seraphic melody to make / seraphim seraphim har seraphim harmonious join serapjiim sgfi simon sing singers at ecdesfield sing nn_to god, sing rfn_to sing tmto s ing un-to sing unto sing un_to sing un_to god, sing un_to god* sing unto god sin may sin unto sion s ion sion, sion now her sion now her head sion, seat of god, sire, sitock sitone smile smoke smo kyrtuns snri so- dal segno so falljhy foes softenuto soft quiet, gentle solj solyma sol yma soly ma solyn solyn ia solyrn i so mall the lute son. song songfters wake songfters wake the songs -- songs for ever, be songs of songs of praife songs of praife. songs o( praife. tune- songs, to so rapid thy courfe so rapid thy courfe is sorrows gives relief, soul sound sound an alarm sound an ft sound in alarm soups of source of so wihd my father, now so will'd spat of spi-- rit spoi 1: s p_orts^ sports pre stl*. stock stock, stock. stocky stone stone. stone w< storm of grief, st. peter's strains _ strains ; strains- strains, strains; strains - -j stramsin folemn strains s tune your subscribers. such gerlrous sun j sure sweet flow the strains sweet flow the strains, that sword sword, sword/ sword. sword, his sword. his righteous sword sword of god and gideon. sword.where warlike sword. wliere warlike judas' sworj^, tain tane taneyoar tcnow tdarms teaor. tears -ted children the ted children the^ remains tempo tend. tenor _ten_tive ear, teons teons, righ teorcs teous teous chm teous, righteous sword, _ -- teous sword teoussword.h is righteous teous sword.where warlike ter. _na 1 t) irone/ ter's college, t^foleinnize t from earth to heav'n. th<3 pie;ifing dr ead ful call thanks thanks to my brethren that fpeak, thatfpeak, that gives that grateful hearts can thattbreatenddef'o that weep, _the 'the the) the almighty jehovah the almighty je_ hovah the caufe the caufe of heavn your zeal de - the chearful the chofen the comely songs jre the conflict of the conflict of unequa" the dance the dance: the deathful the diftinguifk d the drums thee brin 3 thy thee, knows no bleffing thef( the fea^ the feaftfof light the feaft of lights/ the feaft of lights. _ the feaft'of lj ghts. the field be the flutes, and lead the foe, thef oe, the foe, difdain-- f all the fragrant the ftabbed monfter the galling the gall_ing load of the galling load of the great the greit the hills the hon. mifs wilhelmina king the hon. mr. fitzwiliiam the honour the honour givn, their their dire their sons the living the lord worketh wonders the mufical society at birmingham the mufical society at sadleworth then - then the pleafing dr eadful call the prize and conquering or the prize of hap - ther the ragefull train the rev. the rev. mr. the rev. mr. davifon, a. m. of the rev. mr. howkins, a. m. fellow the rev. mr. land ther found ther found. but nature's the right hon. the rnde -ther of heav'r -ther of heav'ri/ the rough hajbi-liments of the rude the rude" the rude stock, the singers at oflet the spoil, the spoil. the stock, or fculptafd -t^he sun/that gives the valiant the valour of gigan the valour that prefervm, they thfe th foes, thine. think, thefe third. this thisconqueft this conqueft this conqueft thivconqneft, this conqueft whhmimeafiiim this conqueft with thisconqueftwithtm thisconqueltwithunmealur''d praife 1 this ctohqu'eft, this con qfafb this our tho' thofe thomas chamberlayne, thomas greene tho' nations furround thee/ thouchoiceft treafure, thoufand throne/ through flaughterd through hills of carnage, th^s conqjlfelt , t thun _ th unmeafurvf pvaife thus o\ir t hv boafted to wys thy. thy boaftedtovr s thy boafted towrs thy boafted towvs thy boaix ed thy courfe thy dread command thy foes, thy fofs, thy^ictio ns give thy powv o thy refiftlefs prowefs dealt a thy scepter thy scepter, thy thy scepter to thy sons prepare thz c> ufe of heavyi vour zeal dem ands, ti*anfp ort tiarpsharps- - tie wreaths 'til tile time time your tins conqueft, t tio'a tio!a prolp ers tion _tion _ tion --tion make, tion make tion make, ._tion prof_pers -tionprofpe rs in tionproipers ti on prolpers tionprolpersin his hand, -- tion pro_pers tionprotpers in his tio q tiranfport 'tis 'tis liberty, dear liberty 'tis well, 'tis well, my friends t;joice tlie tliv t=mfe tnneyour tnne your tnne your harps to songs to conqueft to conquer born to fave. - to crown to crown to crown, to crown this conqueft with to curb to fav e to fole mnize to folemnize - to great to hea\?n. that grate to heaven's almighty king to his to his awfall to his awfull tone your tone your harps to to obtain to our great to our great god to our great god, to our great god^ be to our great god be to our great god,be to our great god, be to our greatgod,be to raife torn to songs to songs of praife to their aicf. to the lord afcend/ to the rude to the rude stock to vent our to vic_to to weave towrs tow" rs towys tpmv tra afport traiafport trailifport train/ tranfpc >rt tranfpn violonci col ball'o violonc: t;oi ano "viol.trav.i^fl viol-.unis -- virie, virtue virtue, vith ^v.jfc _vme voice voice f , voice, the vonbifpg ad \v ^vorfhip vxhor^s vy corn vy corn, with wake wake the chearful morn war, war. "warj warlike wa rlike warlike jf^-^ was the lord, that for his was thine aim challenge wbsk we-aorfhip we come, we come^ inbndhtarray we come inbright arr ay . we come, inbri^m array, we come we come inbright array, weep, and weep, with words that weep, with words that. we f ollow well may we hope well may your sorrows well never bow to the rude stock we'll rufh wellrufhon wellrufh onthe well rufhonthe foe we may we pant we pant/ we prepare with ho - we wor _ we wor-- we worfhi'pgod,we we wo rflii p weworihipgod we worship god we w6r whatever whei*e warlvke j n ^ whelm d be whelp when --where war like where warlike where warlike j where warlike j a _ where warlike ju where warlike ju - where warlike judas where warlike ju -- -- das where warlike judas wields while whoboaffes in who boafts whofe almigh_ty pow" whofe almigh_ty powv, wiel wields wi elds wields - wields, wields his wields his righ wields his righ -- wields hi s righ_ teous wields his righteous wields his righteous sword wields his righteous sword. (^wif wifdom wi fdom wife men will bow will b ow will bow down will b< )w willftreng -will ftrengthenyour will give william cowper, efq; willing nations flie will 'to the will to the wilms win? wirh words -wit, with -with with^ with carols with cherubim and with cherubim and. with cherubim andseraphim har^. with courage with ex withftand "withftand thy withftand thy with_gious withhearts intrepid with his with his acts with his acts- with his arts with his unnumher d with holy rites with honour let defert with pious hearts with pleafure with the pol-luted with tidings of with un-jnea-fervf praife _ with unmeadifd praife with unmeafurct praife with unmeafur d praife with unmea_fur\f praife. with un-meaufurd praife. with unr with wa - withwavv corn. withwa -- vyclorn -- withwa -- vycorn- with wa-yy corn. 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Judas Maccabaeus
Haendel, Georg Friedrich - Judas Maccabaeus
HWV 63
Soli, Choeur et Orchestre


VoirPDF : Conducteur complets (224 pages - 29.07 Mo)
London: William Randall
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Leipzig: Deutsche Händelgesellschaft, 1865. Plate H.W. 22.
VoirPDF : Flûte 1, 2 (395.09 Ko)
All parts: Arr. Salomon Jadassohn - Abridged Version [Leipzig: C.F. Peters, n.d.(ca.1870).]
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Braunschweig: Henry Litolff, n.d. Plate 1706
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Leipzig: Deutsche Händelgesellschaft, 1865. Plate H.W. 22.
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Paris: Heugel, n.d.(1874). Plate H. 4470.
VoirPDF : Vocal Conducteur (English) - Abridged version (Frank V. Van der Stucken) (11.21 Mo)
New York: G. Schirmer, 1909. Plate 20750.
Vidéo :
Compositeur :
Georg Friedrich Haendel
Haendel, Georg Friedrich (1685 - 1759)
Instrumentation :

Soli, Chœur et Orchestre

Genre :

Baroque

Arrangeur :
Editeur :
Date :1746
Droit d'auteur :Public Domain
Ajoutée par FS, 29 Aoû 2014

Act I
1. Overture
2. Chorus: Mourn, ye afflicted children
3. Duet: From this dread scene (Israelitish Man, Israelitish Woman)
4. Chorus: For Sion lamentation make
5. Recitative: Not vain is all this storm of grief (Simon)
6. Aria: Pious orgies, pious airs (Simon)
7. Chorus: O Father, whose almighty pow'r
8. Recitative: I feel the Deity within (Simon)
9. Aria and Chorus: Arm, arm, ye brave (Simon)
10. Recitative: 'Tis well, my friends! (Judas Maccabaeus)
11. Aria and Chorus
a. Aria: Call forth thy pow'rs, my soul (Judas Maccabaeus)
b. Chorus: Lead on, lead on!
12. Recitative: To Heav'n's almighty King we kneel (Israelitish woman)
13. Air and Duet
a. Air: O liberty, thou choicest treasure (Israelitish woman)
b. Duet: Come ever-smiling liberty (Israelitish Woman, Israelitish Man)
14. Recitative: My zealous father, now at rest (Judas Maccabaeus)
15. Trio and Chorus: Disdainful of danger (Priest, Judas Maccabaeus, Simon; Israelitish Woman)
16. Recitative: Haste ye, my brethren (Simon)
17. Chorus: Hear us, O Lord

Act II
18. Chorus: Fall'n is the foe
19. Duet and Chorus: Sion now her head shall raise (Israelitish Woman, Israelitish Man)
20. Recitative: Oh, let eternal honours (Israelitish Woman)
21. Aria: From mighty kings he took the spoil (Israelitish Woman)
22. Chorus: Hail, Judea, happy land
23. Recitative: Thanks to my brethren! (Judas Maccabaeus)
24. Aria: How vain is man (Judas Maccabaeus)
25. Recitative: Oh Judas, oh my brethren (Israelitish Messenger)
26. Aria and Chorus: Ah! wretched, wretched Israel (Israelitish Woman)
27. Recitative: My arms! (Judas Maccabaeus)
28. Aria and Chorus: Sound an alarm! (Judas Maccabaeus)
29. Recitative: Enough! To Heav'n we leave the rest! (Simon)
30. Chorus: We never will bow down

Act III
31. Aria: Father of Heav'n (Priest)
32. Recitative: Oh grant it, Heav'n (Israelitish Woman)
33. Aria: So shall the lute and harp awake (Israelitish Woman)
34. Recitative: From Capharsalama on eagle wings I fly (Israelitish Messenger)
35. Chorus: See, the conqu'ring hero comes!
36. March
37. Chorus: Sing unto God
38. Recitative: Sweet flow the strains (Judas Maccabaeus)
39. Aria: No unhallowed desire (Judas Maccabaeus)
40. Duet: Oh lovely peace (Israelitish Woman, Israelitish Man)
41. Aria and Chorus: Rejoice, oh Judah! (Simon)
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