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Sicut Locutus Est composed by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750). Arranged by John Leavitt. SSATB. Treasury Choral. Festival. 12 pages. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.8596740).
One of the few works in which Bach used Latin text, the Magnificat was composed to be first performed at Vespers on Christmas Day 1723. This edition of the famous chorus is a welcome addition to concert and contest repertiore.
Sicut Locutus Est
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Sicut Locutus Est
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Instrument: Choir Sheet Music
Ensemble: SSATB Music
Genre: Baroque Period Sheet Music
Series: Treasury Choral