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What a Friend We Have in Jesus (Country)

September 28th, 2009 Comments off

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Messiah: All We Like Sheep Have Gone Astray (Handel)

September 28th, 2009 Comments off

A bounding, joyous SATB chorus, movement 26 of Handel’s Messiah. Ends with a slow quiet coda. Orchestral direction follows the London Philharmonic recording.

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Messiah: And With His Stripes We Are Healed (Handel)

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A full-blown fugue for SATB chorus, in grand Renaissance style. Handel doubles all the choral parts clearly in the orchestra, making this an easy fugue to sing. Movement 25 of the Messiah.

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Messiah: Surely, He Hath Borne Our Griefs (Handel)

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A powerful, strong SATB choral work, movement 24 of Handel’s Messiah. In only 19 measures, the choir sings powerful unison rhythms, soft contrapuntal entrances, and a forceful antiphonal ending. Beautiful and recognizable.

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Messiah: He Gave His Back to the Smiters (Handel)

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This quiet alto aria about Christ’s generosity towards his abusers is the B section of movement 23 of the Messiah. It was recorded separately so that it can be used alone, as a short and simple aria, or as a bridge to “He Was Despised” (Spiritrax 1208) as per Handel’s original instructions.

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Messiah: He Was Despised (Handel)

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A slow, moving aria for alto, Movement 23 of Handel’s Messiah, describing Christ’s sorrows. Strings gently weep in the accompaniment. As the A section is over five minutes in length, Handel’s instructions to continue with a bridge and then repeat the A section in its entirety are rarely followed. This recording ends, like most, at the end of the A section; the bridge is available separately as Spiritrax 1209, “He Gave His Back to the Smiters”.

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Messiah: Behold the Lamb of God (Handel)

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This slow minor-key SATB chorus is Movement 22 of Handel’s Messiah, opening the second part. Beautiful and dramatic canonic entrances, with all the choral parts clearly mirrored in the orchestra.

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Messiah: His Yoke is Easy (Handel)

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This grand and peaceful SATB chorus is movement 21 of Handel’s Messiah. The last movement in Part 1, it is usually the last song before intermission in performances of the full work. Gentle and easy to sing with a triumphant ending, with a text simple enough for anyone to understand.

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Christmas Collection Vol. 1 – Album Download

September 28th, 2009 Comments off

The Spiritrax.com Christmas Collection Vol. 1 includes 12 of our most popular Christmas songs in their most commonly sung keys. Each accompaniment background track comes with sheet music and a demonstration version.

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I Will Praise Your Name (David Negron)

September 28th, 2009 Comments off

A Spiritrax.com original contemporary praise band worship song about singing God’s praises. Main themes include grace, freedom, love, praise.

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