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This arrangement was inspired by an anonymous work in The Singing School Companion, published by Sanborn, Carter and Bazin (Boston) in 1856.
George Frideric Handel , 1685/02/23 (Halle)‒1759/04/14 (London). Conductor for the Elector of Hannover from 1709, Handel toured England with success in 1710 and, in 1712, elected to remain there. In 1714, the Elector of Hannover became King George I of Great Britain and any hurt feelings were apparently patched over. Messiah was produced in 1742.
For the Lord God omnipotent reigneth.
The kingdom of this world is become the kingdom of our Lord and of his Christ.
And he shall reign for ever and ever…
—Charles Jennens (1700‒1773)
This arrangement of Handel’s Grand Hallelujah by Dean Crocker is offered to the public under a nonexclusive license.
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