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Title Anthology of sacred song : celebrated arias selected from oratorios by old and modern composers / edited by Max Spicker.

Imprint New York : G. Schirmer, c1902.


Location Call No. OPAC Message Status
 Axe Special Collections Rondelli-Perry  783.523 An86 1902  v.2    ---  Lib Use Only
Description 1 vocal score (4 v.) ; 28 cm.
Note Acc. arr. for piano.
Words in English.
Contents v. 1. Soprano: Pentecost cantata. My heart ever faithful / J.S. Bach. My spirit was in heaviness. Sighing, weeping, sorrow, need / Bach. Engedi. Praise ye Jehovah's goodness / L. van Beethoven. St. Peter. I mourn as a dove / Sir J. Benedict. Destruction of Jerusalem. Thou sittest on thy judgement-seat / M. Blumner. Eli. I will extol Thee, o Lord! / M. Costa. St. John's eve. Say, what dost thou bear in the secret deep? / F.H. Cowen. The holy city. These are they, which came out of great tribulation / A.R. Gaul. The ten virgins. Sun of my soul, thou Saviour dear / Gaul. The Messiah. Rejoice greatly, o daughter of Zion! ; How beautiful are the feet of them ; Come unto him, all ye that labor ; I know that my Redeemer liveth / G.F. Handel. Alexander Balus. Subtle love, with fancy viewing / Handel. Hercules. My father! Ah! methinks I see / Handel. Jephtha. Farewell, ye limpid springs and floods / Handel. Joshua. Oh! had I Jubal's lyre / Handel. Judas Maccabaeus. Pious orgies, pious airs / Handel. Ode on St. Cecilia's Day. The soft complaining flute / Handel. Samson. Let the bright seraphim / Handel. Susanna. Beneath the cypress' gloomy shade / Handel. The Creation. With verdure clad the fields appear ; On mighty pens uplifted soars / J. Haydn. The seasons. O how pleasing to the senses / Haydn. Saul. They fled, the gloomy powers / F. Hiller. Moses. How beautiful are thy dwellings, o Lord / S. de Lange. Mary Magdalen. 'Twas even here those words were spoken / J. Massenet. Elijah. Hear ye, Israel! Hear what the Lord speaketh / F. Mendelssohn. St. Paul. Jerusalem! Jerusalem! Thou that killest the prophets / Mendelssohn. The seven last words. Thousands of sins oppress me / S. Mercadante. Abraham. I will extol thee, my God / B. Molique. Judith. I will sing unto the Lord a new song / C.H.H. Parry. The resurrection of Lazarus. Thou, to Whom Galilee kneeleth / R. Pugno. Jephtha and his daughter. Why art thou cast down, o my soul? / C. Reinthaler. Paradise lost. Tho' all triumphant the heav'nly powers / A. Rubinstein. Calvary. When this scene of trouble closes / L. Spohr. The golden legend. My Redeemer and my Lord / Sir A. Sullivan. The light of the world. Lord, why hidest thou thy face? / A. Sullivan. Harvest cantata. Then does mem'ry turn to days ; Once more we see the good by God provided / C.M. von Weber --
v. 2. Alto: Christmas oratorio. Prepare thyself, Zion ; Slumber, beloved and take thy repose / J.S. Bach. St. Cecilia. Father, whose blessing we entreat / Sir J. Benedict. St. Peter. O thou afflicted / Benedict. The woman of Samaria. O Lord, thou hast searched me out / S. Bennett. The fall of Jerusalem. Thine, o Saviour, is love unending / M. Blumner. Eli. Lord, from my bed again I rise; This night I lift my heart to thee / M. Costa. Ruth. Like as a father pitieth his children / F.H. Cowen. St. Ludmilla. Thy leading would I had not followed / A. DvoŠk. Christmas eve. O, with pure devotion ; When onward I am gazing / N.W. Gade. The holy city. Eye hath not seen / A.R. Gaul. Ruth. O gracious Lord, cast down thine eyes / Gaul. The ten virgins. Thou art the guide of our youth / Gaul. Athalia. O Lord, whom we adore / G.F. Handel. Deborah. In the battle, fame pursuing / Handel. Hercules. The smiling hours, a joyful train / Handel. Israel in Egypt. Thou shalt bring them in / Handel. Joshua. Awful, pleasing being, say ; Heroes, when with glory burning / Handel. Judas Maccabśus. Father of heav'n! From thy eternal throne / Handel. The Messiah. O thou that tellest good tidings to Zion ; He was despised and rejected / Handel. Samson. Return, O God of hosts / Handel. Saul. O Lord, whose mercies numberless / Handel. Solomon. What tho' I trace each herb and flower / Handel. Susanna. When first I saw my lovely maid / Handel. Theodora. Lord, to thee, each night and day / Handel. Christus. He was oppress'd and afflicted . F. Keil. The star of Bethlehem. For my soul is athirst for God ; Turn again to thy rest / Kiel. The rose of Sharon. Gladness is taken away / A.C. Mackenzie. The miracle of Nain. One would say, he reposes / H. Marťchal. Elijah. O rest in the Lord / F. Mendelssohn. St. Paul. But the Lord is mindful of his own / F. Mendelssohn. Judith. The Lord is long-suffering and merciful / C.H.H. Parry. The world's end. Great and wonderful are all thy works ; Behold, the house of God is with men / J. Raff. Jeptha. The Lord will not be ever wroth / C. Reinthaler. Christmas oratorio. Patiently have I waited for the Lord / C. Saint-SaŽns. The heavens declare. Thou, o Lord, art my protector / Saint-SaŽns. The light of the world. The Lord is risen / Sir A. Sulliban. The prodigal son. Love not the world / Sulliven. Constantin. Lord, for whom my soul is burning / G. Vierling. Gethsemane. As thou wilt, Father / C. Lee Williams --
v. 3. Tenor: Christmas oratorio. Ye foes of man, your might is shaken / J.S. Bach. Rebekah. The soft southern breeze plays around / J. Barnby. Engedi. Oh, my heart is sore within me / L. van Beethoven. St. Cecilia. A wondrous change my spirit doth surprise / Sir J. Benedict. The woman of Samaria. His salvation is nigh them that fear him / S. Bennett. Ruth. How excellent is thy loving-kindness / F.H. Cowen. Seed-time and harvest. Seek ye first the kingdom of God / M.B. Foster. The holy city. My soul is athirst for God ; To the Lord our God belong mercies / A.R. Gaul. The ten virgins. Ascribe unto the Lord worship and power / Gaul. Tobias. Father, thine arms about me throw! / Ch. Gounod. Athalia. Gentle airs, melodious strains / G.F. Handel. Hercules. From celestial seats descending / Handel. Jephtha. Waft her, angels, thro' the skies / Handel. Judas Maccabśus. Sound an alarm! / Handel. Messiah. Ev'ry valley shall be exalted ; Thou shalt break them with a rod of iron / Handel. Occasional oratorio. Jehovah! to my words give ear / Handel. Samson. Total eclipse! no sun, no moon ; Why does the God of Israel sleep? / Handel. Susanna. Ye verdant hills, ye balmy vales / Handel. The Creation. In native worth and honour clad / Jos. Haydn. The seasons. The trav'ler stands perplex'd / Haydn. Destruction of Jerusalem . Yes, thou wilt yet remember / F. Hiller. Elijah. If with all your hearts ye truly seek me ; Then shall the righteous shine forth / F. Mendelssohn. Hymn of praise. He counteth all your sorrows / Mendelssohn. St. Paul. Be thou faithful unto death / Mendelssohn. The seven last words. When to the lily fair / S. Mercadante. Abraham. Pour out thy heart before the Lord / B. Molique. Judith. I will bear the indignation of God / C.H.H. Parry. Resurrection of Lazarus. Thy name I praise, o God / R. Pugno. Jeptha. Lovely and sweet as the rose in the vale / C. Reinthaler. The fall of Babylon. Remember, Lord, what thou hast laid upon us / L. Spohr. The crucifixion. King ever-glorious / J. Stainer. The daughter of Jairus. My hope is in the everlasting / J. Stainer. The light of the world. Refrain thy voice from weeping / Sir A. Sullivan. The prodigal son. Come, ye children, and hearken unto me / Sir A. Sullivan. Harvest cantata. Happy nation, still receiving / C.M. von Weber --
v. 4. Bass: Christmas oratorio. O Lord, my darken'd heart enlighten / J.S. Bach. Rebekah. The daughters of the city / J. Barnby. St. Peter. How great, o Lord, is thy goodness / Sir J. Benedict. The fall of Jerusalem. Despoiled is thy crown of honor / M. Blumner. The seven last words. God, my fater / Th. Dubois. St. Ludmilla. Give ear, ye people! / A. DvoŠk. Ruth. Glory be to thee, o Lord / A.R. Gaul. Deborah. Tears, such as tender fathers shed / G.F. Handel. Judas Maccabśus. Arm, ye brave! / Handel. The Messiah. But who may abide ; The people that walked in darkness ; Why do the nations ; The trumpet shall sound / Handel. Occasional oratorio. His scepter is the rod of righteousness / Handel. The Passion. My Father, look upon my anguish / Handel. Samson. Honor and arms / Handel. The Creation. Rolling in foaming billows ; Now heav'n in fullest glory / Jos. Haydn. The seasons. With joy th' impatient husbandman ; Behold, along the dewy grass / Haydn. The destruction of Jerusalem. Jeremiah's lament / F. Hiller. Saul. Obedience 'tis, the Lord of hosts demandeth / F. Hiller. The burial of Christ. Holy one, dying for mortals / A. Klughardt. Moses. God is eternal / S. de Lange. The rose of Sharon. The wilderness shall be / A.C. Mackenzie. The Nativity. O my home / H. Marťchal. Mary Magdalen. The days are all sunshine / J. Massenet. Elijah. Lord God of Abraham ; Is not his word like a fire? It is enough / F. Mendelssohn. St. Paul. Consume them all ; O God, have mercy ; For know ye not / Mendelssohn. Abraham. Lead me, o Lord / B. Molique. The world's end. Lord, hear my voice / J. Raff. Paradise lost. Wake, ye spirits / A. Rubinstein. Calvary. Tears of sorrow / L. Spohr. The light of the world. Daughters of Jerusalem / Sir A. Sullivan.
Subject Oratorios -- Excerpts -- Vocal scores with piano.
Oratorios -- Excerpts -- Vocal scores with piano. (OCoLC)fst01047205
Added Author Spicker, Max, 1858-1912. Editor.
Music No. 15941 (v. 4) G. Schirmer

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