Music Handel and the Glory of the Lord

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  • Chorus from 'Messiah' that we have to study.
    • And the Glory of the Lord.
      • Fourth piece in the first section of 'Messiah'.
    • For most of this chorus:
      • Orchestra doubles the vocal
      • Instruments often play in unison with the singers.
    • It's the first chorus you hear in the oratorio (religious version of an opera)
  • The chorus is made up of the lines 'And the glory of the Lord shall be revealed'
    • It's the first chorus you hear in the oratorio (religious version of an opera)
    • 'And all flesh shall see it together'
      • 'For the mouth of the Lord hath spoken it'
        • These phrases are repeated throughout the piece.
          • The first is broken into two parts, so there are actually four separate phrases.
  • For most of this chorus:
    • Orchestra doubles the vocal
    • Instruments often play in unison with the singers.

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