The Complete Messiah includes all 53 songs from the classic oratorio by Handel. This package has over 2.5 hours of music in 52 MP3 backing tracks, perfect for performing the Messiah from start to finish. Fully recreated from Handel's original scores. Lead sheets are included for the Arias and Recitative numbers only.
The Messiah - Part 3 includes the final 8 songs from the classic oratorio by Handel. Fully recreated from Handel's original scores. Lead sheets are included for the Arias and Recitative numbers only.
The Messiah - Part 2 includes the songs 22 through 44 from the classic oratorio by Handel. Fully recreated from Handel's original scores. Lead sheets are included for the Arias and Recitative numbers only.
The Messiah - Part 1 includes the first 21 songs from the classic oratorio by Handel. Fully recreated from Handel's original scores. Lead sheets are included for the Arias and Recitative numbers only.
Gonoud's gentle setting of the Ave Maria over Bach's prelude #1 in C, arranged here for piano, organ, and cello. The melody repeats twice in a beautiful accompaniment for any solo singer.
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Solo piano accompaniment to Gonoud's well-known Ave Maria setting, which uses Bach's Prelude No. 1 in C Major beautifully. It includes the entire melody once through, and is perfect for use in church, concerts, or weddings.
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An original orchestral arrangement of Mozart's Alleluia Canon, from the motet Exultate, Jubilate. This beautiful 3-part round is light-hearted, easy to sing, and perfect for the Easter season. Divide your congregation into 3 sections and direct them from the front! Also works well for choirs and soloists.<br><br> The melody is played once by the orchestra, then sung once in unison, and then the three part round begins.
The massive final movement of Handel's Messiah, scored for SATB chorus and full orchestra, includes unison rhythm choruses, four part fugal sections, a big ending, and a four-minute Amen section that could be considered a separate movement. Trumpets and kettledrums boost the energy of this truly grand finale.
A flowing duet for alto and tenor leads into a glorious SATB chorus thanking God. This track comprises movements 50 and 51 of the Messiah. Orchestral accompaniment is from Handel's original score.
Movement 49 of Handel's Messiah is a short alto recitative, setting the tone (and the key) for the alto-tenor duet that follows it (O Death, Where is Thy Sting?)
A majestic, triumphant aria for bass, featuring solo trumpet and full orchestral accompaniment. Movement 48 of Handel's Messiah, it speaks of the end of the world: how the dead will be raised, and the mortal will become immortal. Quite lengthy, as practically the entire four-minute aria is repeated after a short interlude.
Movement 47 of Handel's Messiah is a bass recitative that serves as a noble and grand introduction to the bass aria "The Trumpet Shall Sound".
A dramatic SATB chorus, movement 46 of Handel's Messiah. Extremely slow and quiet sections describing death alternate with loud, upbeat sections describing resurrection. For this recording, organ quietly doubles the vocal parts in the a capella sections.
A forceful, exciting aria for tenor, with lyrics describing God's wrath towards those who work against him. Orchestral direction follows the London Philharmonic recording. Movement 43 of Handel's Messiah, this aria occurs immediately before the famed Hallelujah Chorus.
A brief tenor recitative, accompanied by harpsichord and strings. Movement 42 of Handel's Messiah, this functions as a short introduction to the tenor aria "Thou Shalt Break Them".