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Händel, Georg Frederic (1685-1759)
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Index of chants and/or other music written by this composer that other composers have arranged for their own chant.
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   ===== Single chants =====
       1  -8   1   4  -2 D c"# 823‑19Marlow, Richard Kennethafter Händel: Messiah: Ev'ry valley shall be exalted
       1   2   2   5  -2 F e' 823‑22Marlow, Richard Kennethafter Händel: Messiah: Worthy is the Lamb
       4   3  -2  -3  -3 F f' 823‑21Marlow, Richard Kennethafter Händel: Messiah: Worthy is the Lamb
       5  -8   5  -9   5 D a' 823‑20Marlow, Richard Kennethafter Händel: Messiah: Hallelujah!
   ===== Double chants =====
      -7   2   1   2  -3 e b' 34249‑368AnonymousFrom Händel
      -7   2   1   2  -3 e b' 4714‑1Anonymousfrom Händel
      -4  -3   0  -1   1 f# c"# 8212‑71Marlow, Richard Kennethafter Händel: Messiah: How beautiful are the feet
      -4  -3   8  -1   5 c g' 8212‑70Marlow, Richard Kennethafter Händel: Messiah: He was despised
      -4  -1   1   7  -4 E♭ g' 8211‑68Marlow, Richard Kennethafter Händel: Messiah: He was despised
      -3   1   2  -7   2 E b' 13140‑397Pyne, James KendrickAfter Händel " See the conquering hero comes" from the oratorio Judas Maccabeus
      -3   1   2  -7   5 E♭ b'♭ 3418‑31Caldecote, LaurencePosted 2012-04-24
After Händel " See the conquering hero comes" from the oratorio Judas Maccabeus
       0   1   2  -3   0 E♭ g' 34249‑369AnonymousFrom Händel (Dead March from "Saul")
       0   3  -2   0  -1 E♭ g' 6717‑124Anonymousafter Händel
       1   2   2  -2  -2 A g'# 8213‑74Marlow, Richard Kennethafter Händel: Messiah: Worthy is the Lamb
       2  -7   8  -7   0 E♭ c" 8212‑69Marlow, Richard Kennethafter Händel: Messiah: He was despised
       2   0   2  -2   2 E♭ e'♭ 8211‑67Marlow, Richard Kennethafter Händel: Messiah: He was despised
       2   0   2   2   1 D d' 8211‑66Marlow, Richard Kennethafter Händel: Messiah: Ev'ry valley shal be exalted
       2   2  -2   3  -1 F f' 117‑52Knyvett, Williamafter Händel: "Joys in gentle trains appearing" from "Athalia"
       2   2  -2   3  -1 F f' 13154‑425Knyvett, WilliamAlthough Bemrose credits the chant as adapted from a passage in Händels Oratorio "Theodora", it is after Händel: "Joys in gentle trains appearing" from "Athalia"
       2   2  -2   3  -1 F f' 1919‑42Knyvett, Williamafter Händel: "Joys in gentle trains appearing" from "Athalia"
       2   2  -2   3  -1 F f' 3235‑III‑5Knyvett, Williamafter Händel: "Joys in gentle trains appearing" from "Athalia"
       2   2  -2   3  -1 F f' 47xi‑10Knyvett, Williamafter Händel: "Joys in gentle trains appearing" from "Athalia"
       2   2  -2   3  -1 F f' 472‑1Knyvett, Williamafter Händel: "Joys in gentle trains appearing" from "Athalia"
       2   2  -2   3  -1 F f' 5735‑2Knyvett, Williamafter Händel: "Joys in gentle trains appearing" from "Athalia"
       2   2  -2   3  -1 F f' 6732‑228Knyvett, WilliamSet II
after Händel: "Joys in gentle trains appearing" from "Athalia"
       2   2  -2   3  -1 F f' 73252‑238Knyvett, Williamafter Händel: "Joys in gentle trains appearing" from "Athalia"
       2   2  -2   3  -1 F f' 7921‑60Knyvett, Williamafter Händel: "Joys in gentle trains appearing" from "Athalia"
       2   2  -2   3  -1 G g' 2480‑292Knyvett, Williamafter Händel: "Joys in gentle trains appearing" from "Athalia"
       2   2  -2   3  -1 G g' 2957‑128Knyvett, Williamafter Händel: "Joys in gentle trains appearing" from "Athalia"
       2   2  -2   3  -1 G g' 34249‑364Knyvett, WilliamPosted 2013-08-06
after Händel: "Joys in gentle trains appearing" from "Athalia"
       2   2  -2   3  -1 G g' 40*‑77Knyvett, Williamafter Händel: "Joys in gentle trains appearing" from "Athalia"
       2   2  -2   3  -1 G f' 47114‑1Knyvett, Williamafter Händel: "Joys in gentle trains appearing" from "Athalia"
       2   2   1  -1   3 E♭ e'♭ 34249‑365Marks, James Christopherafter Händel: "Where'er you walk" from "Semele"
       2   2   1   0  -1 F f' 8212‑72Marlow, Richard Kennethafter Händel: Messiah: Hallelujah!
       4  -2   3  -1   5 F f' 88‑38Knyvett, William*
       4  -2   3  -1   5 F f' 5526‑52Knyvett, Williamafter Händel: "Joys in gentle trains appearing" from "Athalia"
       4  -2   3  -1   5 G g' 30507‑302Knyvett, WilliamFrom Händel's Athalia
       4  -2   3  -1   5 G g' 42174‑306Knyvett, WilliamListed as "Handel". After Händel: "Joys in gentle trains appearing" from "Athalia"
       4   1  -1   0   1 A e' 8212‑73Marlow, Richard Kennethafter Händel: Messiah: Worthy is the Lamb
       4   1   2   0   2 E e' 34249‑366Goss, JohnFrom Händel ("What though I trace" from "Solomon")
       4   1   2   0   2 E e' 34251‑371AnonymousPosted 2014-05-21
From Händel ("What though I trace" from "Solomon")
       4   1   2   0   2 E e' 39132‑565Goss, JohnFrom Händel ("What though I trace" from "Solomon")
       4   1   2   0   2 E e' 57 I‑3AnonymousFrom Händel ("What though I trace" from "Solomon")
       4   1   2   2  -4 E e' 34249‑367Corfe, Arthur ThomasFrom Händel
       5  -8  -2  -2   9 E b' 34251‑372Anonymousafter Händel: "I know that my Redeemer liveth" from "The Messiah"
       5  -8  -2  -2   9 E b' 57 I‑4Anonymousafter Händel: "I know that my Redeemer liveth" from "The Messiah"
       5   4   0  -2   0 A e' 8213‑75Marlow, Richard Kennethafter Händel: Messiah: Worthy is the Lamb


Last updated/corrected 3-8-2017