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  • ==Music files== :'''Edition notes:''' Vocal score part 1, German text.
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  • ==Music files== ...onies are printed in the source on the same stave as the 'Tenor or Treble' vocal solo part, the upper part with stems up and the lower part with stems down.
    2 KB (290 words) - 13:38, 18 November 2020
  • ==Music files== ===Vocal parts===
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  • ==Music files== ...arts only. It may be performed with keyboard accompaniment by doubling the vocal parts.
    733 bytes (91 words) - 14:00, 22 November 2020
  • ==Music files== ...ted Free Church of Scotland, 1905. The accompaniment is a reduction of the vocal parts. The middle section for SA duet has been copied from the three part a
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  • ==Music files== :'''Edition notes:''' Transcribed from ''Vocal Part-music'' (B. Hollis & Co., London, n. d.).
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  • ==Music files== ...al Bass] - [Instrumental Bass] in the chorus sections, and Tenor - Alto - [Vocal Bass] - [Instrumental Bass] in the verse.
    1 KB (140 words) - 19:01, 21 November 2020
  • ==Music files== ...as made by Dr. Robert Stevenson and is part of the Latin American Colonial Music Anthology published in 1975. No corrections were maid, even though the text
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  • ...rding to the entry by Yvonne Levasseur-de-Rebollo in Grove's Dictionary of Music, opinion is divided as to whether there may have been a second musician nam ==List of vocal works==
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  • ==Music files== ...] - [1st Treble] - [Instrumental Bass] in duet verses, and Tenor - Alto - [Vocal Bass] - [Instrumental Bass] in trio verses.
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  • ==Music files== '''Description:''' The vocal part is meant to be singable by a reasonably accomplished congregation.
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  • ==Music files== *[http://imslp.org/wiki/Eugene_Onegin,_Op.24_(Tchaikovsky,_Pyotr) full and vocal scores] at IMSLP
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  • ''Music Notation A Manual of Modern Practice'' Part I : Brief History of Music Notation
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  • ==Music files== ...or all altos. A calm, restful anthem, all parts stick to the heart of the vocal range and there are no difficult rhythms or harmonies. Many convenient comm
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  • ==Music files== ...he piece beautifully develops tension throughout until the conclusion. The vocal lines have long, extended melismae on single syllables, typical of the peri
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  • ==Music files== ...he keyboard left-hand part: other than this, the accompaniment doubles the vocal parts.
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  • ==Music files== ===Vocal Score===
    1,019 bytes (115 words) - 14:48, 22 November 2020
  • ==Music files== :'''Edition notes:''' full and vocal scores and parts.
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  • ==Music files== ...tainly stylistically indebted to [[Gabrieli]], the lighter textures of the vocal ensembles recall [[Orlando di Lasso]] and later [[Praetorius]].
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  • ==Music files== ...der of parts in the source is Tenor - Alto - Air - [Bass]. Figuring of the vocal bass line given in the source has been omitted from this edition. The sourc
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