Seventh night. Theatre Royal, Drury-Lane, This present Wednesday, April 2, 1794, Will be performed a grand selection of sacred music From the Works of Handel. Part I. Coronation Anthem. God save the King. Song. Mr. Meredith, He layeth the Beams. Etius. Air. Mrs. Bland, O had I Jubal's lyre, Joshua. Chorus. Gird on thy sword, Saul. Air. Signora Storace Holy, holy, Rodelinda. Air. Mr. Harrison, Softly rise, Chorus, Ye southern breezes. Solomon Air. Master Welsh. Let me wander. L'allegro. Air and Chorus. Signora Storace. Sing ye to the Lord. Double Chorus. The horse aud his rider. Part II. Introduction & Chorus. Ye sons of Israel. Joshua Air. Mrs. Crouch, What tho' I trace. Solomon. Air. Mr. Harrison. Pleasure my former ways. Air. Master Welsh, Would you gain. Acis & Gal. Chorus. Welcome! welcome! Saul. Concerto Violin, Mr. Giornovich, Air Mr. Meredith. Honour and Arms. Sampson. Air. Miss Leake. O magnify the Lord. Anthems. Chorus. Hallelujah. Messiah. Part III. Chorus. How excellent thy name. - - Saul. Air. Mr. Harrison, Lord, remember David, - - Sosarmes. Air Mrs. Crouch, Ask if you damask rose be sweet, Susanna Chorus He gave them hailstones, - - Israel in Egypt. Air Miss Leake, The smilling dawn. Jeptha. Chorus See the conquering Hero comes. Judas Macchaboeus. Air. Master Welsh, Angels ever bright and fair. Theodora. Double Chorus. From the Censor. - - Solomon. Directors, Mr. Linley, and Mr. Storace. The Principal vocal performers Mr. Harrison, Mr. Meredith, Mr. Dignum Master Welsh, Signora Storace, Miss Leake, Mrs. Bland, Mrs. Crouch. In Part II. a Concerto on the Violin by Mr. Giornovich. Amongst the Principal Instrumental Performers are Messrs. Ashe, W. Parke, Parkinson, Mason, Hyde, Flacks, Ashbridge, Ely, &c. Leader of the Band Mr. Shaw. Boxes 6s. Pit 3s. 6d. Gall. 2s. Upper Gall. 1s. No Money to to be Returned. Books of the Performance to be had at the Theatre.
- Theatre Royal, Drury Lane (London, England)
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[London : s.n., 1794]
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