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Susanna, a Sacred Oratorio
This is the score of Handel's "Susanna," a sacred oratorio in three parts published by Samuel Arnold in ca. 1795. Grove Music established 1748 as the composition year of this oratorio and not 1743, as stated on the t.p. The first performance was given on February 10, 1749. The performance forces include: soloist (SATB), mixed chorus (SATB), strings (violins, viola, violoncellos, contra basses), woodwinds (oboe (2) and bassoon), trumpets (2), and continuo. . Although composed by Handel in 1743 and published by A table of contents appears on p.205 listing the first lines of texts of arias and recitatives for each of the parts and an appended air. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc25967/
Le champ d'asile : romance / paroles de A. Naudet ; mises en musique avec accompagnement de piano ou harpe par A. Romagnesi.
Musical score for voice and piano or harp written in Paris in November 1818. Cover has black and white lithograph depicting a man standing with a shovel. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc29457/