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Early Music Edition: The First Book of Sacred Songs
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edited by Cees Wagemakers, 1944-; composed by Giovanni Martino Cesare, 1590-1667 (1614) (Rijswijk, South Holland: Donemus, 2016), 78 page(s)
edited by Cees Wagemakers, 1944-; composed by Giovanni Martino Cesare, 1590-1667 (1614) (Rijswijk, South Holland: Donemus, 2016), 78 page(s)
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Egypt: Coptic Orthodox Church Hymns
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performed by Choir of the Institute of Coptic Studies (INEDIT (Maison des Cultures du Monde), 2014), 1 hour 17 mins, 11 page(s)
performed by Choir of the Institute of Coptic Studies (INEDIT (Maison des Cultures du Monde), 2014), 1 hour 17 mins, 11 page(s)
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Alleluia
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composed by Robinson McClellan, fl. 2008 (2000) (New York, NY: See-a-Dot Music Publishing, 2014), 13 page(s)
This piece is a more introspective and solemn approach to the traditional Alleluia, but maintains a strong melodic feel with soaring lines and a great mix of homophonic textures and counterpoint.
composed by Robinson McClellan, fl. 2008 (2000) (New York, NY: See-a-Dot Music Publishing, 2014), 13 page(s)
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Alleluia
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composed by Rachel DeVore Fogarty, fl. 2016 (New York, NY: See-a-Dot Music Publishing, 2014), 7 page(s)
A lyrical setting of the Alleluia with an underlying ostinato chant that is both solemn and passionate. This is a stirring piece and makes a powerful opening number. It can be a cappella or with an optional organ accompaniment.
composed by Rachel DeVore Fogarty, fl. 2016 (New York, NY: See-a-Dot Music Publishing, 2014), 7 page(s)
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Alleluia: Treble Chorus
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composed by Jonathan David, fl. 2005 (2003) (See-a-Dot Music Publishing, 2014), 11 page(s)
A lyrical setting of the Alleluia with an underlying ostinato chant that is both solemn and passionate. This is a stirring piece and makes a powerful opening number. It can be a cappella or with an optional organ accompaniment.
composed by Jonathan David, fl. 2005 (2003) (See-a-Dot Music Publishing, 2014), 11 page(s)
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Alleluia: Treble Chorus
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composed by Rachel DeVore Fogarty, fl. 2016 (United States: See-a-Dot Music Publishing, 2014), 7 page(s)
composed by Rachel DeVore Fogarty, fl. 2016 (United States: See-a-Dot Music Publishing, 2014), 7 page(s)
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Alleluia: Four Part Mixed Chorus With Divisi
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composed by Rachel DeVore Fogarty, fl. 2016 (United States: See-a-Dot Music Publishing, 2013), 7 page(s)
composed by Rachel DeVore Fogarty, fl. 2016 (United States: See-a-Dot Music Publishing, 2013), 7 page(s)
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Alleluia: Four Part Mixed Chorus With Divisi And Optional Organ
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composed by Jonathan David, fl. 2005 (2003) (New York, NY: See-a-Dot Music Publishing, 2013), 4 mins, 11 page(s)
A lyrical setting of the Alleluia with an underlying ostinato chant that is both solemn and passionate. This is a stirring piece and makes a powerful opening number. It can be a cappella or with an optional organ accompaniment.
composed by Jonathan David, fl. 2005 (2003) (New York, NY: See-a-Dot Music Publishing, 2013), 4 mins, 11 page(s)
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Alleluia Jubilate
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composed by James Whitbourn, 1963- (2008) (Chester Music, 2010), 16 page(s)
composed by James Whitbourn, 1963- (2008) (Chester Music, 2010), 16 page(s)
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Festival Alleluia
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composed by James Whitbourn, 1963- (2010) (Chester Music, 2010), 4 mins, 20 page(s)
composed by James Whitbourn, 1963- (2010) (Chester Music, 2010), 4 mins, 20 page(s)
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