St. Paul: 26. "How Lovely Are the Messengers"
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|File:||mendsp_26.nwc (June 2008) 6 kB|
|Full name of work:||St. Paul: 26. "How Lovely Are the Messengers"|
|Composer:||Mendelssohn, Felix Bartholdy (1809-1847), German|
|Lyricist:||Holy Bible (J. Schubring)|
|First line:||How lovely are the messengers that preach us the Gospel of peace.|
|Music category:||Classical: Romantic, Oratorio|
|Instruments:||Voice (Chorus SATB), piano|
|Name of file creator:||James R. Jennings|
|e-mail address:||jennings_jr "at" verizon "dot" net|
|Comments:||This is one of 45 movements in the oratorio, which was completed in 1836. This movement was sequenced by J. R. Jennings in 2002, modified 2008. For MIDI files and more, see my web site.|