02. Accompagnato For Tenor Comfort Ye My People lyrics36. Air For Alto Thou Art Gone Up On High lyrics37. Chorus The Lord Gave The Word lyrics38. Air For Soprano How Beautiful Are The Feet Of Them lyrics39. Chorus Their Sound Is Gone Out lyrics41. Chorus Let Us Break Their Bonds Asunder lyrics42. Recitative For Tenor He That Dwelleth In Heaven lyrics43. Air For Tenor Thou Shalt Break Them lyrics44. Chorus Hallelujah! lyrics45. Air For Soprano I Know That My Redeemer Liveth lyrics46. Chorus Since By Man Came Death lyrics48. Air For Bass The Trumpet Shall Sound lyrics49. Recitative For Alto Then Shall Be Brought To Pass lyrics51. Chorus But Thanks Be To God lyrics52. Air For Soprano If God Be For Us lyrics29. Accompagnato For Tenor Thy Rebuke Hath Broken His Heart lyrics28. Chorus He Trusted In God lyrics26. Chorus All We Like Sheep Have Gone Astray lyrics03. Air For Tenor Ev'ry Valley Shall Be Exalted lyrics04. Chorus And The Glory Of The Lord lyrics05. Accompagnato For Bass Thus Saith The Lord lyrics06. Air For Alto But Who May Abide The Day Of His Coming lyrics07. Chorus And He Shall Purify lyrics11. Air For Bass The People That Walked In Darkness lyrics12. Chorus For Unto Us A Child Is Born lyrics15. Recitative For Soprano And The Angel Said Unto Them lyrics17. Chorus Glory To God lyrics19. Recitative For Alto Then Shall The Eyes Of The Blind lyrics20. Air For Alto He Shall Feed His Flock Like A Shepherd lyrics22. Chorus Behold The Lamb Of God lyrics23. Air For Alto He Was Despised lyrics24. Chorus Surely He Hath Borne Our Griefs lyrics53. Chorus Worthy Is The Lamb That Was Slain lyrics
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Related Information for George Frideric HandelGeorge Frideric Handel (as he was known after his change of nationality, as he signed himself, and as he is known in the English-speaking world) (23rd February 1685–14th April 1759) was a German/English baroque composer who was a leading composer of concerti grossi, operas, and oratorios.Born Georg Friedrich Händel in Halle an der Saale (Germany), Handel lived most of his life in England, and became English by Act of Parliament in 1727. read more