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Brahms - Requiem
By Johannes Brahms

Choral (SATB)
Composed by Johannes Brahms (1833-1897). Edited by Lara Hoggard. Hinshaw Concert. General Worship, Sacred. Octavo. Hinshaw Music #HMB145. Published by Hinshaw Music (HL.8763102).

Item Number: HL.8763102

ISBN 9781495086199. 8.5x11.0 inches. Edited by Lara Hoggard.

Full score only, medium advanced difficulty level.

  • 1. Blest Are They; They Who In Sorrow 
  • 2. For Mortal Flesh; Now Therefore Be Patient; Howbeit The Lord's Word; The Redeemed Of The Lord 
  • 3. Lord,Teach Me To Know; But The Righteous 
  • 4. How Lovely Are Thy Dwellings (Chorus) (HMC761) 
  • 5. You Now Are Sorrowful; Look Upon Me; I Will Give You Comfort 
  • 6. For We Have On Earth; Lo, I Unfold Unto You A Mystery; Lord, Thou Art Worthy 
  • 7. Blessed Are The Dead (Chorus) 

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  • 5

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  • February 29, 2012 Well thought out edition

    This is a well researched and executed English language edition of the Requiem and it works well for choirs wanting to do an English language performance. The notes and analysis is a nice bonus. The score is very clear and well printed and it is also extremely cost effective. The...

    only negative feedback I heard from choir members is that the cover has a tendency to pull off as this edition is only stapled together, but this is only a minor issue that could be dealt with using a little tape to provide more support.A very good edition at a very good price.

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  • August 21, 2007 tough but beautiful

    I searched for this specific title and arrangement after my choir sang it in an amazingly epic style (combined with another university's choir and a local church choir, there were about 220 voices PLUS a full orchestra). While actually playing every accompaniment part is rather difficult, with some practice...

    it sounds amazing. Even plunking out lines on the piano sounds epic. I loved this arrangement and absolutely love playing the interludes as well.

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