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BEAUTY AND THE BEAST. 



WORDS BY 

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SACRED MUSIC FOR THE PIANOFORTE, 



LOUIS DUPUIS. 

CATHEDRAL GEMS:— 

1. Nantes. Fantasia on subjects from Mozart'? s. rf 

1 2th Mass 3 

2. Wurms. Do. Do. Weber's Mass in G 3 

3. Rotterdam. Do. Do. Haydn's 3rd (Im- 



3 



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perial) Mass 

4. Malaga. Do. Do. Beethoven's Mass 

in C 

5. Rouen. Do. Do. Gounod's Messe 

Solennelle . . 
C. Caen. Do. Do. Rossini's Stabat 

Mater 3 

7. Mayence. Do. Do. Haydn's 1st Mass 

Bflat 3 

8. Cologne. Do. Do. Mozart's 1st Mass 

in C 3 

9. Paris. Do. Do. Mendelssohn's 

Hymn of Praise . . . . . . ..30 

10. London. Do. Do. Handel's Messiah . 3 

11. Norwich. Do. Do. Haydn's Creation . 3 

12. Canterbury. Do. Do. Spohr's As pants 
3 



the Hart 

13. York. Do. Do. Handel's Judas 

Maccabsaus 

14. Salisbury. Do. Do. Mendelssohn's St. 



Paul 



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15. Wells. Do. Do. Haydn's Mass in 

Bflat. (No. 16) 3 

16. Lincoln. Do. Do. Haydn's 4th Mass 3 

17. Ely. Do. Do. Mozart's 2nd Mass 3 

(To be continued.) 

Beautifully illustrated in Colours, with Views of ctlebrated 
Cathedrals. 

GEMS OF SACRED ART:— 

1. Henry the V IPs Chapel. Beethoven's "Halle- 

lujah" .. ..3 

2. St. George's Chapel. Jackson's "To Deum" 

in F . . ..30 

3. St. Patrick's Cathedral. Mendelssohn's "Come 

let us worship " . . 3 

4. Munich Cathedral. Spohr's " Last Judg- 

ment" .. ..3 

5. Freiburg Cathedral. Travers's " Ascribe 

unto the Lord " . . 3 



LOUIS DUPUIS. 

GEMS OF SACRED ART.— Continued. 

6. Rheims Cathedral. R. A. Smith's " How s. d. 

beautiful upon the mountains "30 

7. Lincoln Cathedral. Mozart's Hymn 

"Belmont" ..3 



8. York Cathedral. 



9. Worcester Cathedral. 



Rossini's Prayer from 

"Moses in Egypt" 3 
3 



It is really a pleasure to meet yrffix x .musical series so carefully and 
tastefully got up as the six first numbers of " Gems of Sacred Art." Louis 
Dupuis has suppliel the excellent transcriptions for the pianoforte, and chosen 
discreetly from various well-known classical and other works. Each piece 
is beautifully illustrated with a lithograph, by Hanhart, of some celebrated 
English or Foreign Abbey or Cathedral ; the idea is excellent and well 
carried out. — The Graphic. 



FELIX GANTIER. 

Pictures of Palestine. (Subjects selected from " Hymns 
Ancient and Modern.") 

1 . Lebanon 

2. Jordan 

3. Jerusalem 

4. Galilee 



Conquering Kings . 


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Disposer Supreme . 


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Adcste Fideles 


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Sun of my Soul 


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STEPHEN GLOVER. 
CHILDREN'S HYMNS:— 

There is a happy land 
that will be joyful 



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MICHAEL WATSON. 
DIVINE TREASURES:— 

1. Fountains Abbey .. .. .. ..3 



Benedictus (the entire movement) from Haydu's 16tli 
Mass. 



2. Netley Abbey 



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Cujus Animain (the entire movement) from Kossini's 
btabat Mater. 



3. Kirkstall Abbey 3 

Kyrie (the entire movement) from Mozart's 12th Mass. 

4. Tintern Abbey .. .. .. ..3 

Gloria in Excelsis (the entire movement) from Mozart's 
12th Mass. 

5. Glastonbury Abbey . . . . . . ..30 

Gloria (the entire movement) from Mozart's 1st Mass. 

6. Muckioss Abbey 3 

Benedictus (the entire movement; trom Mozart's 1st Mass. 

Beautifully/ illustrated in Colours, with views of 
English Abbeys. 



C. JEFFERYS, 67, BERNERS STREET, LONDON, W. 



To be had Half-price at all Musicsellers. 



GEO. Will, PRINTER,] 



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