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CHORUS: Praise Him shining angels strike your harps of gold All his hosts adore Him Who His face behold Through His great dominion While the ages roll All His .

Part 1: And the glory of the Lord (Chorus) качай бесплатно, как и Nikolaus Harnoncourt - Part 1 And the glory of the Lord (Chorus).

To some extent, Praises for the King can be seen as a response to that groundbreaking effort. To accomplish this Jim Cavnar, music director at Word of God, brought in Cleon Skip Chapen to write truly orchestral arrangements for this album. They beefed up both orchestra and chorus from previous efforts, diversifying the instrumental mix and definitely changing the sound if not the song selection

It is loosely based on the "king Harishcandra" episode of Aitareya Brahmana (. . ). S. K. Sen asked a number of Indo-Europeanists (Y. E. Arbeitman, Eric P. Hamp, Manfred Mayrhofer, Jaan Puhvel, Werner Winter) to reconstruct the PIE "parent" of the text.

chorus "All we like sheep", and in the closing chorus of the work, "Worthy is the Lamb". Occasionally verses from different biblical sources are combined in one movement, but more often a coherent text section is set in different consecutive movements, such as the first "scene", the annunciation of Christian salvation, as a sequence of three movements, recitative, aria and chorus. Scene 1 is the longest scene of the oratorio and reflects the Passion, in Jennens' words "Christ's Passion; the scourging and the agony on the cross", in nine individual movements, including the longest one, the Air for alto "He was despised". Part II is the only part opened by a chorus, and continues to be dominated by choral singing.

World’s Greatest Wedding Music – The only Classical Wedding Ceremony Album you’ll ever need: Best 2 songs. Stadium Symphony Orchestra of New York/Wilfred Pelletier, Conductor/Charles K. L. Davis, Tenor - Turandot: Act III - "Nessun Dorma" 03:03. Vienna Opera Orchestra, Vienna Opera Orchestra/Carl Michalski, Conductor - Lovesongs Waltz ("Liebeslieder"), Op. 114 09:45. Album: World’s Greatest Wedding Music – The only Classical Wedding Ceremony Album you’ll ever need. 101 Strings Orchestra and Chorus: best 2 tracks

Orchestra and Chorus of the Royal Opera House Convent Garden – La Traviata, Act I Dell'invito trascorsa g. :15. London Symphony Orchestra, Chorus of the Royal Opera House, Pierre Monteux – Suite No. 2 de Daphnis et Chlo No. 1, Leve. :28. James Conroy-Ward, The D'Oyly Carte Opera Chorus, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Royston Nash – 3. For the Merriest Fellows Are We. 6:26. Carlo Bergonzi/Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Lamberto Gardelli – La forza del destino, Atto Terzo O tu che in.

Rutter 's setting of the 150th Psalm (Praise ye the Lord) gives an appropriately exultant cast to the final poem in the book of Psalms, for choir and organ or full orchestra. Rutter admits a certain compositional hubris in adopting this text ("What composer, after all, could resis. salm 150?"), but presents it for choirs of moderate ability in a mantle of splendor, musical brilliance, and forthright expressions of the verses of text. The Psalm text cries out for praise to God in various musical ensembles (thus its enduring attraction to generations of composers), and Rutter faithfully reflects each in turn with contrasting music. Praising God in the "firmament of His power" is set to melodic heights pointed by rhythmic syncopation, while God's "noble acts" call forth a broader melody and His "excellent greatness" a new melodic height.

We don‘t have an album for this track yet. View all albums by this artist. Part II: Behold, The Lamb of God (Chorus). George Frideric Handel. Part I: Ev'ry valley shall be exalted (Tenor). Many Thanks To God. Glasgow Festival Chorus And Orchestra.

The Choir of King's College, Cambridge, English Chamber Orchestra, Sir David Willcocks – Zadok the Priest. John Shirley-Quirk, John King, The Bach Choir, Thames Chamber Orchestra, Sir David Willcocks – Recit/Chorus Now when the morning came. Robert Tear, John Shirley-Quirk, Thames Chamber Orchestra, Sir David Willcocks – Recitative And behold, one of the others. Robert Tear, John Shirley-Quirk, Paul Hillier, Thames Chamber Orchestra, Sir David Willcocks – Recitative And they took counsel together.

Tracklist

A1 Hymn Of Glory 7:32
A2 Be Exalted, O God & Thou Art Worthy 6:07
A3 Proclaim His Marvelous Deeds 4:57
B1 Psalm 150 5:03
B2 You Are Holy 7:20
B3 One Thing Is Ask For 2:52
B4 The Song Of Moses 3:41

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Praises for the King on The Word of God Label W/G 8020

Chorus And Orchestra Of The Word Of God - Praises For The King FLAC album

Performer: Chorus And Orchestra Of The Word Of God

Title: Praises For The King

Date of release: 1980

Genre: Folk, Country

Size MP3: 1945 mb

Size FLAC: 1806 mb

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