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Handel: Major Choral Works (CD Sheet Mus

Voicing/Format Software
Desc 2 Cd Set
Composer G F Handel
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Catalog # 00220555

Price: $28.95

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Handel: Major Choral Works (CD Sheet Mus Composed by G F Handel. For Software. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00220555, UPC: 876743001228)

CD Sheet Music(TM) is the revolutionary series of masterworks on CD- or DVD-ROM that transforms a PC or MAC computer into a virtual music library. Now you can quickly locate, view and print the great works of the classical repertoire. Compared to traditional printed sheet music or music downloads, it is incredibly inexpensive. Original sources are out-of-copyright standard editions from publishers such as Breitkopf and Härtel, C.F. Peters, G. Schirmer, Carl Fischer, G. Ricordi, Durand and many others. The discs also include biographical and analytical information from Grove's Dictionary of Music and Musicians, 1911 Edition. This 2-disk set contains the vocal scores of 16 oratorios and odes (including Messiah, Israel in Egypt, Judas Maccabaeus, Ode to St. Cecelia's Day), all the Coronation and Chandos anthems, Dettingen Te Deum, Utrecht Jubilate and Te Deum. Modern clef editions only.

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