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Five Centuries of Choral Music
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Five Centuries of Choral Music

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Voicing/Format SATB
Desc Ed2529
Composer W A Mozart
Publisher G Schirmer Inc
Series Choral Collection
Catalog # 50330320

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Five Centuries of Choral Music Composed by W A Mozart. For SATB. Published by G Schirmer Inc. (Catalog # 50330320, UPC: 073999238716)

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ADORAMUS TE  
ALLELUIA MOZART,W.A.  
ALLON,GAY BERGERES  
APPLE,APPLE (HUNGARIAN)  
AVE VERUM CORPUS  
BLESS THE LORD O MY SOUL IVANOF  
BREAK FORTH,O BEAUTEOUS HEAVENLY LIGHT  
CAROL OF THE ANGELS (NILES)  
CHESTER  
COME SWEET(SOOTHING)DEATH (BACH)  
ECHO SONG (DI LASSO)  
HANDSOME BUTCHER,THE  
HE WATCHING OVER ISRAEL (MENDELSSOHN)  
HERE IS THY FOOTSTOOL (CRESTON)  
LET DOWN THE BARS,O DEATH-BARBER  
LET US NOW PRAISE FAMOUS MEN  
LITTLE WHITE HEN,THE(SCANDELLO)  
LULLAY MY LIKING HOLST  
O MAGNUM MYSTERIUM  
OLD WOMAN,THE (HUNGARIAN)  
PLANETS,STARS AND AIRS OF SPACE  
SAM WAS A MAN  
SANCTUS HAYDN,F.J.  
SHENANDOAH  
SING WE AND CHANT IT  
SURE ON THS SHINING NIGHT(BARBER  
THEE WITH TENDER CARE  
TUNE THY MUSIC TO THY HEART  
TURTLE DOVE,THE  
WHAT IF I NEVER SPEED DOWLAND  
WHEN JESUS WEPT (BILLINGS)  
WONDROUS COOL,THOU WOODLAND QUIE  

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