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29. Thirteen Italian Duets.
Two Trios and Four Cantatas.
Instrumental Music. 30. The Water Music.
Music for the Royal Fireworks.
The Music in the Alchymist. Six Concertos, commonly called the Hautbois Concertos. Six Sonatas for Two Violins and Violoncello.
Seven Sonatas, or Trios, for the same.
Twelve Sonatas, or Solos, for
31. Twelve Grand Concertos.
32. Concertos for the Organ. (Two
33. Lessons for the Harpsichord.
Six Fugues for the Organ.
The work contains several portraits of Handel, and a fac-simile of his handwriting, besides other engravings. One of the wrappers of the parts in which it was issued (containing the prospectus and plan of publication, terms, &c.), and also the notice issued with the last part, stating the reasons for the discontinuance of the publication, are preserved in the last volume.
2. THE SAME. Another copy. Bound in 42 vols. and in different succession from the foregoing copy.
3. A COLLECTION of the several compositions of Handel, which were
published in a complete form, in full score, by Walsh, sen. and jun., and their successors, Randall and Wright, 24 vols., folio. London.
arrangements for the pianoforte by the several editors.
16 vols., folio. London, 1844-58. George II. Edited by Dr.
1. Anthems for the Coronation of King
2. L'Allegro, Il Pensieroso, ed Il Moderato.
4. Dryden's Ode for St. Cecilia's Day, 1687.
Edited by I. Moscheles.
Edited by T. M. Mudie.
5. Israel in Egypt. Edited by Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy.
6. Te Deum for the Victory at Dettingen. Edited by Sir George Smart.
7. Acis and Galatea. Edited by [Sir] William Sterndale Bennett.
8, 9. Belshazzar. Edited by George Alexander Macfarren.
10, 11. Messiah. Including the accompaniments of Mozart. Edited by
Dr. E. F. Rimbault.
12. Thirteen Italian Duets and Two Trios. Edited by Henry Smart.
13. Samson. Edited by Dr. E. F. Rimbault.
14. Judas Maccabeus. Edited by George Alexander Macfarren.
Edited by Dr. E. F. Rimbault.
16. Jephthah. Edited by George Alexander Macfarren.
5. THE PUBLICATIONS of the German Handel Society, from its establishment in 1858 to August, 1871. In full score, with subjoined pianoforte arrangements. English and German text.
28. Twelve Organ Concertos.
30. Twelve Grand Concertos.
31. Utrecht Te Deum and Jubilate.
32. Italian Duets and Trios.
34. Anthems, Vol. I.
6. THE COLLECTION edited by John Clarke, Mus. Doc., in vocal score, with the orchestral parts arranged for a keyed instrument by
7. A COLLECTION of the several Oratorios and other English pieces composed by Handel, published during his lifetime by Walsh. These publications contain only the overtures and songs, with some of the accompanied recitatives, in full score; but the singers' names are affixed to the greater part of the several pieces.
*L'Allegro, Il Pensieroso, ed Il Moderato (b).
* Presented to the Society by (a) Mr. M. S. Forristall; (b) Mr. Snoxell; (c) Mr. John Dore; (d) Mr. W. H. Husk.
8. A COLLECTION of Handel's Italian Operas. In full score.
These editions contain only the overtures, songs, &c., and choruses; the recitatives (excepting occasionally an accompanied one) being omitted. In some cases, also, the whole of the instrumental parts are not given.
9. ACIS AND GALATEA, a serenata. In vocal score.
Edited by W. London, 1849.
10. ALEXANDER'S FEST, oder die Gewalt der Musik bearbeitung von W. A. Mozart. In full score. 11. BELSAZER (Belshazzar), with additional accompaniments by J. F. Von Mosel. In full score; German text. folio. Vienna.
This arrangement differs materially from the oratorio as written by Handel, and published in England; many pieces being altogether omitted, and others transposed in order of succession. An alto part is added to the last chorus ("I will magnify Thee "), which Handel wrote in three vocal parts only.
Presented to the Society by Mr. William Henry Husk.