Messiah : oratorio in three partsTipo de material: Partituras Editor: New York : John Tobin, copyright 1972Medio de Interpretación: Soprano; Alto; Bajo; Tenor; Fagot; Trompeta; Bajo.Descripción: 345 páginas.Materia(s): DOS O MAS VOCES EN SOLITARIO -- ACOMPAÑAMIENTO DE ORQUESTA U OTRO CONJUNTO INSTRUMENTAL -- PARTITURAS CON VOZ DE TENOR | PARTITURAS CORALES Y VOCALES -- MUSICA VOCAL CON TROMPETA | PARTITURAS CON VOZ ALTA -- CORO MIXTO -- BANDA DE VIENTO
|Tipo de ítem||Ubicación actual||Colección||Signatura||Estado||Fecha de vencimiento||Código de barras|
|Partituras||Estantería Música||Colección Partituras||ESC, R 3, C 2 (Navegar estantería)||En Procesos Técnicos (Consulta interna)||JNC-P-000586|
Vocal Score based based on the Urtext of de Halle Handel Edition arranged by Max Schneider.
Symphony. Accompagnato, confort ye, confort ye my people, tenore. Air Ev’ry valley shall be exalted, tenore. Chorus and the glory, the glory of the lord. Accompagnato, thus saith the lord, the lord of hosts, basso. Air, but who may abide the day of his coming, alto. Chorus and hell shall purify, recitative, behold, a virgin shall conceive, alto. Air and chorus, o thou that tellest good tidings to Zion, alto. Accompagnato for behold, darkness shall cover the earth, basso. Air, the people that walked in darkness, basso. Chorus, for unto us a Child is born. Pifa, Recitative there were shepherds abiding in the field, soprano. Accompagnato, and lo, the angel of the lord came upon them, soprano. Recitative and the angel said unto them, soprano. Accompagnato, and suddenly there was whit the angel, soprano. Chorus, glory to god in the highest. Air rejoice greatly, o daughter of Sion, soprano. Recitative then shall the eyes of the blind be open’d, alto. Duet, He shall feed his flock like a shepherd, alto, soprano. Chorus, his yoke is easy, his burthen is light.
Chorus, behold the Lamb of God. Air He was despised, alto. Chorus Surely, He hart borne our griefs and carried our sorrows. Chorus and with his stripers we are healed. Chorus All we like sheep, have gone astray. Accompagnato all they that see him, laugh him to scorn, tenore. Chorus he trusted in god. Accompagnato thy rebuke hath broken his heart, tenore. Arioso Behold, and see if there be any sorrow tenore. Accompagnato he was cut off out of the land of the living, tenore. Air but thou didst not leave his soul in hell, tenore. Chorus lift up your heads. Recitative unto which of the angels said he at any time, tenore. Chorus let all the angels of God worship Him. Air thou art gone up on high, alto. Chorus the lord have the word. Duet and chorus how beautiful are the feet of him, alto i, ii. Arioso their sound in gone out into all lands, tenore. Air how beautiful are the feet of them, soprano. Chorus their sound is gone out into all lands. Air why do the nations so furiously rage together, basso. Chorus let us break their bonds asunder. Recitative he that dwelleth in heaven, tenore. Air thou shalt break them with a rod of iron, tenore. Chorus, hallelujah.
Air I know that my redeemer liveth, soprano. Chorus since by man came death. Accompagnato behold I tell you a mystery, basso. Air the trumpet shall sound and the dead shall by rais’d, basso. Recitative then shall be brought to pass, alto. Duet o death, where is thy sting? Alto tenore. Chorus but thanks be to God. Air if God be for us, who can be against us, soprano. Chorus worthy is the Lamb that was slain.
Air but who may abide the day of his coming? Basso. Recitative but who may abide the day of his coming? Basso. Arioso but lo, the angel of the lord came upon them, soprano. Air rejoice greatly, o daughter of sion, soprano. Recitative then shall the eyes of the blind be open´d, soprano. Air the shall deed his flock like a shepherd, soprano. Air thou art gone up on high, basso. Air thou art gone up on high, soprano. Air how beautiful are the feet of them, alto. Recitative thou shalt break them with a rod of iron, tenore.