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Hallelujah Chorus

By George Frideric Handel

Choir SATB choir & organ with optional congregation; brass & handbell (SATB choir)
Composed by George Frideric Handel (1685-1759). Arranged by Hal H. Hopson. Christmas, Easter Sunday, General Worship, Classics, Kingdom, Praise, Celebration, Sacred. Octavo. Hope Publishing Company #C5121. Published by Hope Publishing Company (HP.C5121).

Item Number: HP.C5121

G.F. Handel.

This new 'practical edition' of Handel's choral from "Messiah" is unique in a number of ways. Arranger, Hal Hopson, has lowered the key one whole step to C, simplified the organ part, and provided optional parts for congregation, handbells, brass and timpani. More versatile and accessible than ever, this is the perfect edition to include everyone in your celebrations at Easter and/or Christmas. The Brass packet includes a Full Score & Parts for the Congregations as well as parts for Trumpet 1 & 2 in B-flat, Trombone 1 & 2, Horn in F (in lieu of Trombone 1), Tuba, Timpani G & C, and Handbells (10 bells).

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  • 5

    Ottawa, KS
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  • April 04, 2019 Hallelujah!

    Great arrangement, adding handbells is a big plus! So is lowering it a step. Organ accompaniment isn't too hard, either!

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  • 5

    Robert Rife
    Yakima, WA
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  • May 17, 2011 Solid arrangement

    This piece, chorally speaking, is one of the easiest pieces to learn to sing badly. It is so beloved and popular that any choir/congregation anywhere could sing it any way they like and people would swoon. Frankly, I am one of those people. The strength of this particular arrangement...

    is its approachability, a whole step lower, and its faithfulness to Handel's original work.

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