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Judas Maccabaeus (HWV63): This is an Oratorio and it was composed by Handel George Frederic. Popularly know as G.F Handel in 1746. The oratorio music was organized for an even to the victorious Duke of Cumberland. And Prince Augustus William for his return from Battle of Culloden in the year 16 of April 1746. You can download Judas Maccabaeus HWV 63 in PDF below.
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The Judas Maccabaeus was published in the year 1866. And translated into German as Volume 22 of Handel Gesellschaft. In Handel time, Judas Maccabaeus was the most popular oratorios. You can also Download Messiah BabaMi by Ayo oluranti.

About Judas Maccabaeus [HWV 63]

Judas Maccabaeus [HWV 63] is an oratorio in 3 acts. Written in the year 1746 by well famous composer George Frideric Handel (G.F Handel). based upon a libretto composed by Thomas Morell.

The oratorio developed as a praise to the triumphant Royal Prince William Augustus. Duke of Cumberland upon his return from the Fight of Culloden in the year 1746 16th of April. Various other catalogues of G.F Handel songs have described the work as HG xxvii; as well as HHA 1/24. Ludwig van Beethoven written twelve variations on See, the Conquering Hero Comes! For piano and also cello in the year 1796 [WoO 45].In the year 1884, the Swiss author Edmond Louis Budry composed new French words to the same chorus.

Developing the Easter hymn ‘À toi la gloire, O Ressuscité!’. Which was later converted right into English as ‘Thine Be the Glory.’ See, the Conquering Hero Comes! Likewise acquired knowledge as the song inevitably played by brass groups.

At the opening of new railway lines and terminals in Britain throughout the 19th century.And also it was taken on as a motion in Sir Henry Wood’s Fantasia on British Sea music, played at the BBC Proms.


Judas Maccabaeus (HWV 63) Movements

  1. Overture in G minor

  2. Mourn, ye afflicted children

  3. Well may your sorrows

  4. From this dread scene these, adverse pow’rs

  5. For Sion lamentation make

  6. Not vain is all this storm of grief

  7. Pious orgies, pious airs, decent sorrow

  8. Oh Father, whose almighty pow’r

  9. I feel the Deity within

  10. Arm, ye brave!

  11. ‘Tis well, my friends

  12. Call forth thy pow’rs, my soul

  13. To Heav’ns Almighty King we kneel

  14. Oh liberty, thou choicest treasure

  15. Come, ever-smiling liberty

  16. Oh Judas, may these noble views

  17. ‘Tis liberty, dear liberty alone,

  18. Come, ever-smiling liberty

  19. Lead on! Judah disdains the galling load of hostile chains

  20. So will’d my father now at rest

  21. Disdainful of danger, we’ll rush on the foe, Semichorus

  22. Ambition! If e’er honour was thine aim

  23. No unhallow’d desire our breasts shall inspire

  24. Oh Judas, may thy just pursuits

  25. May balmy peace and wreath’d renown

  26. Far brighter than the morning

  27. Haste we, my brethren

  28. Hear us, oh Lord

  29. Fall’n is the foe

  30. Victorious hero! Fame shall tell

  31. So rapid thy course is

  32. May well we hope our freedom receive

  33. Flowing joys do now surround me

  34. Sion now her head shall raise

  35. Oh let eternal honours crown his name,

  36. From mighty Kings we took the spoil

  37. Hail, Judea, happy land

  38. Thanks to my brethren

  39. How vain is man, who boasts in fight

  40. Great in wisdom, great in glory

  41. Oh Judas, of my brethen!

  42. Oh! wretched Israel!

  43. Be comforted

  44. The Lord worketh wonders

  45. My arms! against his Gorgias

  46. Sound an alarm! Your silver trumpets sound

  47. Enough! To heav’n leave the rest

  48. With pious hearts, and brave as pious

  49. Ye worshippers of God

  50. Wise men, flatt’ring may decieve us

  51. Oh! Never bow we down

  52. Father of Heav’n!,

  53. See yon flames, that from the altar broke

  54. Oh grant it, Heav’n that our long woes

  55. So shall the lute and harp awake

  56. From Capharsalama, on eagle wings I fly

  57. Pow’rful guardians of all nature

  58. All his mercies I review

  59. Happy, oh, thrice happy we

  60. Yet more, Nicanor lies with thousands slain

  61. But low! The conqueror comes

  62. See the conqu’ring hero comes!

  63. March in G major

  64. March in F major

  65. Sing unto God, and high affections raise

  66. Sweet flow the strains, that strike my feasted ear

  67. With honour let desert be crown’d

  68. Peace to my countrymen

  69. Oh! had I Jubal’s lyre

  70. To our great God be all the honour giv’n

  71. Again the earth let gratitude descend

  72. Oh lovely peace, with plenty crown’d

  73. Rejoice, oh Judah! And, in songs divine

  74. Hallelujah Chorus and Amen

  75. Supplemental March in E flat major (fragment)

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