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A glee for Winter
A something
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A Time to Dance (Roth)
A Time to Dance (Roth)
Acis and Galatea, HWV49a (Handel)
Adam Shet Enosh
After this, Jesus knowing that all things were now accomplished
After-dance 'Proper Exercise'
Alceste (Lully/King)
Alexander Balus (Handel)
All Canaan's heathen race
All Kings, and all their favourites
Almighty pow'r (Solomon)
And as Moses lifted up the serpent
And it was so, that the Lord turned the captivity of Job (Narrator)
And one of the malefactors
And the Lord said to Satan (Narrator/Chorus/Satan)
And they came to a place named Gethsemane
Artaxerxes (Arne)
As steals the morn upon the night (Il Moderato)
Belshazzar, HWV61 (Handel)
Busy, curious, thirsty fly!
But now my soul is poured out upon me (Job)
Call forth thy pow'rs, my soul, and dare (Judas Maccabaeus)
Come, let us go
Come, O Sabean horde! Come, and destroy! (Satan/Chorus)
Concerto Grosso in D minor, Op 6 No 10 (Handel)
Dalla guerra amorosa, HWV102a (Handel)
Dance there
Dancing on the hill-tops
Dancing, bright lady, then began to be
Dead March
Deborah, HWV51 (Handel)
Deborah, HWV51 (Handel)
Deep midnight
Destructive war (Cyrus)
Epilogue 'Sunrise'
Esther, HWV50a (Handel)
Fall, leaves, fall
Father of heav'n! From thy eternal throne (Priest)
For I know that Thou shalt bring me unto death (Job)
For the love of Jesus
For unto us a child is born
Give all to love
God so loved the world
Great God! who, yet but darkly known (Cyrus)
Happy, Oh, thrice happy we (Achsah)
Hark! hark! he strikes the golden lyre (Cleopatra)
Hast thou commanded the morning since thy days? (Chorus)
He made himself of no reputation
Hence, rude Winter! crabbed old fellow
How beautiful are the feet of them that preach (soprano)
How can I stay, when love invites? (Assuerus)
How should a man be just with God? (Job)
I have come to the borders of sleep
I have no name
I rage, I melt, I burn! (Polyphemus)
If I give thee honour due (L'Allegro)
Il trionfo del Tempo e del Disinganno, HWV46a (Handel)
Impious mortal, cease to brave (Barak)
In Summer's heat
Infant joy
Is it nothing to you?
Jehovah ever be my song
Jerusalem-Yerushalayim (Pitts)
Jesus said, 'Father, forgive them'
Job (Parry)
Joseph and his brethren (Handel)
Joshua (Handel)
Judas Maccabaeus (Handel)
Kind heaven, if virtue be thy care (Didymus)
La Senna festeggiante, RV693 (Vivaldi/King)
L'Allegro, il Penseroso ed il Moderato, HWV55 (Handel)
Let but that spirit (Samson)
Let the day perish wherein I was born (Job)
Let them love
Lift up thy voice, O son of man, and cry (Chorus)
Lights out
Litany of the Passion
Little fly
Liverpool Oratorio (McCartney/Davis)
Lo, the waves thy breath obey
Man that is born of woman is of few days (Job)
Man unkind
Marche des combattants
Martial Symphony – Destructive war (Cyrus)
Messiah, HWV56 (Handel)
Mirth, admit me of thy crew (L'Allegro)
'Mong the Gods by men adored
My fair's a garden of delight (He)
My soul is weary of my life (Job)
Nisi Dominus, HWV238 (Handel)
No force can stand
No Spring nor Summer beauty hath such grace
Nothing is so beautiful
Now persecution shall lay by her iron rod – Tune your harps to cheerful strains (1st Israelite)
Now when Job's friends heard of all this evil (Narrator)
O Autumn
O fairest of ten thousand fair (Michal/David)
O Israel turn – The wave hath closed
O liberty, thou choicest treasure (Israelitish woman)
O Lord, whose mercies numberless (David)
O ruddier than the cherry (Polyphemus)
O that I were as in the months past (Job)
Oh! had I Jubal's lyre (Achsah)
Or let the merry bells ring round (L'Allegro)
Out of the bosom of the air
Out of the wood of thoughts that grows by night
Parnasso in Festa, HWV73 (Handel)
Peleus and Thetis (Boyce)
Poichè giuraro amore, HWV148 (Handel)
Praise be to God, and God alone
Processional 'Times and Seasons'
Processional to Calvary
Prologue 'Sunrise'
Quel fior che all' alba ride, HWV200 (Handel)
Racks, gibbets, sword and fire (Valens)
Samson (Handel)
Saul, HWV53 (Handel)
Se tu non lasci amore, HWV201a (Handel)
See, the conqu'ring hero comes! (Chorus of youths/Chorus of virgins)
Sicut sagittae
So thou liftest thy divine petition
Softly rise, O southern breeze! (He)
Solemn March during the circumvection of the Ark of the Covenant
Solomon (Boyce)
Solomon (Handel)
St Cuthbert (Todd)
Take not a woman's anger ill
Tears, such as tender fathers shed (Abinoam)
The adoration of the crucified
The Choice of Hercules, HWV69 (Handel)
The Choice of Hercules, HWV69 (Handel)
The Crucifixion (Stainer)
The Evening Star
The fire is out, and spent the warmth thereof
The flocks of my master are blessed of God (Shepherd Boy)
The majesty of the divine humiliation
The Occasional Oratorio (Handel)
The peace of Jerusalem
The raptur'd soul (Didymus)
The Rival Sisters, or The Violence of Love, Z609 (Purcell/Britten)
The sea is before them
The sun is spent, and now his flasks
The Triumph of Time and Truth, HWV71 (Handel)
The world you're coming into
Then shall God also confess that thine own right hand can save thee (Chorus/Narrator/Job)
Theodora, HWV68 (Handel)
There was a man in the land of Uz (Narrator/Job)
Thirsty fly
Thither thy people, Lord
Thou art gone up on high (alto/bass)
Thou fair-haired angel of the evening
Thou shalt bring them in (alto)
Thou stretchest out thy hand
Thou, like the glorious Sun (Artabanes)
Though the mountains be removed
Thus the foe with haughty pride
Thus when the sun from's wat'ry bed (Samson)
Thy arm, O Lord of Hosts
'Tis well, my friends; with transport I behold (Judas Maccabaeus)
To ages shalt thou stretch thy sway
To every thing there is a season
To God who made the radiant sun (Jonathan)
To God, our strength, sing loud (bass)
To pow'r immortal my first thanks are due (Gobrias)
Tune your harps to cheerful strains (1st Israelite)
Welcome as the dawn of day (Solomon/Solomon's wife)
When Jesus therefore saw his mother
When maidens are young
Who is like unto thee, O Lord?
Who is this that darkeneth counsel by words without knowledge? (Chorus)
Yet, can I hear that dulcet lay (Hercules)
Yet, can I hear that dulcet lay (Hercules)
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