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The Victorian Easter choral perennial by Sir John Stainer (1840-1901) in the 1998 Novello edition, ed. / revised Michael Pilkington. SATB + tenor...
Gabriel Fauré's 1865 piece for SATB, accompanied by lower strings and harp, or organ, or piano. Ed. John Rutter, OUP, 1996. French & English text....
Novello edition, ed. Walter Emery, 1962. SATB + soloists + piano reduction accompaniment: 1743. English text only. NB slightly worn spine so reduced...
John Tavener's setting for SATB + solo cello accompaniment of "O Holy One...have mercy upon us" from the Russian Orthodox tradition. Old Slavonic text...
Mervyn Burtch "Gloria", 1995, SATB + piano. Curiad 3038, 1995. Geiriau Lladin yn unig / Latin text only.
William Byrd's 3-part a capella Mass, with piano reduction for rehearsal purposes, ed. Henry Washington: Chester, 1961, revised 1991. Latin text only.
The New Novello edition of the vocal score of the last movement of Beethoven's Symphony no.9, the "Choral", ed. Pilkington, 1999. SATB + soloists +...
William Byrd's 5-part a capella Mass, with piano reduction for rehearsal purposes, ed. Henry Washington: Chester, 1960, revised 1991. Latin text only.
Novello edition ed. Radcliffe, 1975. SATB + S & B soloists + piano reduction accompaniment. Latin text only.
Novello, ed. Burrows, 2002. SAATBB + piano reduction accompaniment. English text only.
Haydn's Te Deum Hob.XXIIIc:2 in the New Novello edition , ed. Pilkington, 2001. SATB + piano reduction accompaniment. Latin text only.
C.H.H.( Hubert) Parry's anthem arranged for SATB + piano reduction accompaniment by C.S.Lang. Novello, 1938 English lyrics only.
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