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'Who calls my parting soul' for three Violons & Violoncello from Esther HWV.50b

By George Frideric Handel

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Violin, Cello - Intermediate
Composed by George Frideric Handel (1685-1759). Arranged by Mikio Kamada. Baroque Period. Set of Parts, Score. 6 pages. ACORDO Sheet Music #AC1883. Published by ACORDO Sheet Music (S0.15770).

Item Number: S0.15770

Esther, HWV.50b is an oratorio composed by George Frideric Handel. The story is set in 4th century B.C. of Persia. "Who calls my parting soul" is a beautiful area duet for Esther and King Ahaseurus. The music was originally written as "Soll mein kind" in Brockes Passion, HWV.48. The lower melody part was a little bit decorated in Esther.

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