The Lord hath heard my Pray'r, Mine Enemies shall all be blank and dash'd With much Confusion; then grown red with Shame, They shall return in haste the Way they came, And in a Moment shall be quite abash'd. All his Mercies shall endure, Ever faithful, ever sure. How great, and many Perils do enfold The righteous Man, to make him daily fall, Were not that heav'nly Grace doth him uphold, And stedfast Truth acquit him out of all!
Hallelujah, your Voices raise, Jehovah, Lord of Hosts, to praise. Who is like unto thee, O Lord, amongst the Gods? Who is like thee, glorious in Holiness, Fearful in Praises, doing Wonders? He gave the Egyptians Storms for Rain. Be calm, and Heav'n will soon dispose To future Good our present Woes. Preview this item Preview this item. Subjects Oratorios -- England -- 18th century -- Vocal scores with piano.
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To the horse-pital! Why did the horse cross the road? He was in the Neigh-vy! See also: Handel's lost Hamburg operas. The work was written in the midst of the Jacobite rising of — , the attempt to overthrow Handel's patrons the Hanoverian monarchy under George II and replace them with a Stuart restoration under Charles Edward Stuart , "Bonnie Prince Charlie". The Occasional Oratorio is unique among Handel's works which he labelled "oratorio" in that it does not tell a story or contain elements of a drama, but was intended as a defiant and patriotic rallying piece.
The fighting was at a hiatus due to winter weather and the Duke of Cumberland was in London in February It contains 44 movements split over three parts. Part One, generally speaking, concerns the miseries of war and the vengeance of a wrathful God, Part Two the blessings of peace, and Part Three a thanksgiving for victory. The second minuet from the Music for the Royal Fireworks was reused from this oratorio. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.