Chandos Anthem No. 9 - O Praise the Lord with One Consent, HWV 254: Vocal Score

Chandos Anthem No. 9 - O Praise the Lord with One Consent, HWV 254: Vocal Score

by George Frideric Handel
     
 

Composed in 1718 while Handel was residing in Cannons Park. Like the other Chandos Anthems, it was comissioned by the Earl of Carnarvon James Brydges, subsequently named First Duke of Chandos. The anthem was first performed that year under the composer's direction ay St. Lawrence's Church in Cannons Park. The text is taken from Psalms 117, 135, and 148 in Nahum Tate… See more details below

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Composed in 1718 while Handel was residing in Cannons Park. Like the other Chandos Anthems, it was comissioned by the Earl of Carnarvon James Brydges, subsequently named First Duke of Chandos. The anthem was first performed that year under the composer's direction ay St. Lawrence's Church in Cannons Park. The text is taken from Psalms 117, 135, and 148 in Nahum Tate and Nicolas Brady's 1696 "New Versions of the Psalms."This complete vocal and pano score, edited by Max Seiffert with a piano reduction by Karl Pasler, is an unabridged reprint of the score first issued by Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig ca. 1900.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781932419115
Publisher:
Serenissima Music
Publication date:
02/01/2008
Pages:
72
Product dimensions:
8.27(w) x 11.69(h) x 0.15(d)

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