"O death, where is thy sting?" and "But thanks be to God"
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m3-50.nwc (December 2000) 8 kB
|Member of:||The Messiah (HWV 56, 1741), Section III|
|Full name of work:||"O death, where is thy sting?" and "But thanks be to God"|
|Composer:||Handel, George Friederic (1685-1759), German|
|Lyricist:||Charles Jennens (1707-1773) from Bible and Prayer Book|
|First line:||O death, where is thy sting? and But thanks be to God|
|Music category:||Baroque sacred oratorio|
|Instruments:||Organ, alto, tenor, chorus|
|Name of file creator:||Anderson and Hall|
|e-mail address:||andersma "at" luther "dot" edu and achall "at" charter "dot" net|
|Comments:||from The Messiah (HWV 56, 1741)|