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Handel : Silent Worship - E Major
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Handel : Tolomeo, re d'Egitto, HWV 25

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Silent Worship - E Major

Handel, George Frideric (1685-1759)

A lovely aria by Handel, set to English words by Somervell (Intermediate)!    New!

Pdf sheet music download for Voice (4/6 : Medium-Low) and piano  

Vocal Range : B3 to C#5 (C4 = middle C)


This sheet music is available for :
  

Includes : One score (4 pages)

Difficulty level : Grade 4/12

Details               Lyrics    




Program Notes on Silent Worship - E Major by Handel :

This song Silent Worship is an adaptation by Sir Arthur Somervell of the aria Non lo dirò col labbro by George Frideric Handel.

Non lo dirò col labbro belongs to Handel's opera Tolomeo, re d'Egitto, HWV 25.

This opera was composed in 1728 and first performed in 1728 in London.

The aria Non lo dirò col labbro was originally composed for voice, strings and basso continuo.

Sir Arthur Somervell's arrangement is for voice and piano, with English words written by Somervell.

This score is set in the key of E Major.

The vocal range is B3 to C#5 (C4 = middle C).

The voice part is appropriate for Grade 4 singers.

Please note that this score includes the complete lyrics in English.

Also, in order to accomodate different vocal ranges, this score is offered in the following keys :
  • G Major : vocal range D4 to E5
  • E Major : vocal range B3 to C#5



Sources :

George Frideric Handel, Tolomeo, re d'Egitto, HWV 25




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Sheet music details :

SILENT WORSHIP - E MAJOR

(Non lo dirò col labbro - HWV 25)
ComposerHandel, George Frideric (1685-1759) Opus/catalog numberHWV 25, Act 1, Scene II
MovementsAndante Composition/First publication1728
InstrumentationVoice (4/6 : Medium-Low) and piano StyleBaroque (1600-1750)
KeyE Major Duration02:22
EditionArranged by Sir A. Somervell - Edited by M.A. Caux DifficultyGrade 4/12



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Silent Worship

Did you not hear My Lady
Go down the garden singing?
Blackbird and thrush were silent
To hear the alleys ringing.

O saw you not My Lady
Out in the garden there?
Shaming the rose and lily,
For she is twice as fair.

Though I am nothing to her,
Though she must rarely look at me
And though I could never woo her,
I love her till I die.

Surely you heard My Lady
Go down the garden singing?
Silencing all the songbirds
And setting the alleys ringing.

But surely you see My Lady
Out in the garden there,
Rivaling the glittering sunshine
With a glory of golden hair.


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