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1. Worthy Is The Lamb That Was Slain (From Messiah) Note: Does Not Include The Amen Sheet Music SATB Soprano.Alto.Tenor.Bass Choral Series Buy Now: $1.80
Code: 50295800-H

   Category: Choral
... Old Product Code: OC5426 | Category: Classical | Series: Choral | Publisher: Schirmer | Publisher: Hal Leonard Music Publishing | Composer: Handel G F | Voicing: SATB Soprano.Alto.Tenor.Bass | Pages: 8 | Length x Width: 10.5 x 6....
2. Worthy Is The Lamb (From Messiah) Sheet Music SATB Soprano.Alto.Tenor.Bass Music Sales America Series List Price: $2.50
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Code: 14036400-H

   Category: Music Sales America
From Messiah. Edited by H. Watkins Shaw.
3. Worthy Is the Lamb (from Messiah) - Medium-Difficult - Brass Quintet By George Frederic Handel / Arranged by David Marlatt - Score & Parts Eighth Note Publication Brass Ensemble - Quintet Series List Price: $17.00
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Code: BQ9614-81-D

   Category: Brass Ensemble - Quintet
In Stock. George Frederic Handel wrote his most famous oratorio, Messiah, in a little over three weeks. There is ... Handel conducted many performances in his day and there never seemed to have been a period when the work was not played.

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