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Hallelujah Chorus 4 - 24 mixes

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    Hallelujah Chorus 2344/6 Handel Arr. Julian Gallant (PRS) | David Tobin (PRS/BMI) | Jeff Meegan (BMI)
    Final rousing chorus from Handel's Messiah with orchestra & choir (1741)
    2:21
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-15-34406
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2015
    FactoidOn your feet! The tradition of standing during a performance of the Hallelujah Chorus is said to come from George II's reaction to hearing it at the end of the work's premier in London in 1743. In fact there is no record of this having happened and the tradition seems to have developed much later.
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    Hallelujah Chorus 2 2344/103 Handel Arr. Julian Gallant (PRS) | David Tobin (PRS/BMI) | Jeff Meegan (BMI)
    Rousing chorus from Messiah chopped into sections with rest bars
    2:48
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-09-34403
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2015
    FactoidOn your feet! The tradition of standing during a performance of the Hallelujah Chorus is said to come from George II's reaction to hearing it at the end of the work's premier in London in 1743. In fact there is no record of this having happened and the tradition seems to have developed much later.
  3. Play
    Hallelujah Chorus 3 2344/104 Handel Arr. Julian Gallant (PRS) | David Tobin (PRS/BMI) | Jeff Meegan (BMI)
    Final rousing chorus from Handel's Messiah with reduced dynamic range
    2:21
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-09-34404
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2015
    FactoidOn your feet! The tradition of standing during a performance of the Hallelujah Chorus is said to come from George II's reaction to hearing it at the end of the work's premier in London in 1743. In fact there is no record of this having happened and the tradition seems to have developed much later.
  4. Play
    Hallelujah Chorus 4 2344/105 Handel Arr. Julian Gallant (PRS) | David Tobin (PRS/BMI) | Jeff Meegan (BMI)
    Chorus chopped into sections with rest bars. More traditional version
    2:48
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-09-34405
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2015
    FactoidOn your feet! The tradition of standing during a performance of the Hallelujah Chorus is said to come from George II's reaction to hearing it at the end of the work's premier in London in 1743. In fact there is no record of this having happened and the tradition seems to have developed much later.
  5. Play
    Hallelujah Chorus 5 2344/106 Handel Arr. Julian Gallant (PRS) | David Tobin (PRS/BMI) | Jeff Meegan (BMI)
    Final rousing chorus from Handel's Messiah with orchestra, choir & organ
    2:21
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-09-34406
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2015
    FactoidOn your feet! The tradition of standing during a performance of the Hallelujah Chorus is said to come from George II's reaction to hearing it at the end of the work's premier in London in 1743. In fact there is no record of this having happened and the tradition seems to have developed much later.
  6. Play
    Hallelujah Chorus 6 2344/107 Handel Arr. Julian Gallant (PRS) | David Tobin (PRS/BMI) | Jeff Meegan (BMI)
    Final rousing chorus from Messiah. More traditional version
    2:20
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-09-34407
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2015
    FactoidOn your feet! The tradition of standing during a performance of the Hallelujah Chorus is said to come from George II's reaction to hearing it at the end of the work's premier in London in 1743. In fact there is no record of this having happened and the tradition seems to have developed much later.
  7. Play
    Hallelujah Chorus 7 2344/108 Handel Arr. Julian Gallant (PRS) | David Tobin (PRS/BMI) | Jeff Meegan (BMI)
    A cappella choir, very pleased about something
    2:16
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-09-34408
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2015
    FactoidOn your feet! The tradition of standing during a performance of the Hallelujah Chorus is said to come from George II's reaction to hearing it at the end of the work's premier in London in 1743. In fact there is no record of this having happened and the tradition seems to have developed much later.
  8. Play
    Hallelujah Chorus 8 2344/109 Handel Arr. Julian Gallant (PRS) | David Tobin (PRS/BMI) | Jeff Meegan (BMI)
    Final rousing chorus from Messiah. Orchestra only, no choir
    2:11
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-09-34409
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2015
    FactoidOn your feet! The tradition of standing during a performance of the Hallelujah Chorus is said to come from George II's reaction to hearing it at the end of the work's premier in London in 1743. In fact there is no record of this having happened and the tradition seems to have developed much later.
  9. Play
    Hallelujah Chorus 9 2344/110 Handel Arr. Julian Gallant (PRS) | David Tobin (PRS/BMI) | Jeff Meegan (BMI)
    Final rousing finale from Messiah. Orchestra only no choir, less percussion
    2:11
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-09-34410
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2015
    FactoidOn your feet! The tradition of standing during a performance of the Hallelujah Chorus is said to come from George II's reaction to hearing it at the end of the work's premier in London in 1743. In fact there is no record of this having happened and the tradition seems to have developed much later.
  10. Play
    Hallelujah Chorus 10 2344/111 Handel Arr. Julian Gallant (PRS) | David Tobin (PRS/BMI) | Jeff Meegan (BMI)
    Finale from Messiah. No choir. Underscore with harpsichord
    2:20
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-09-34411
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2015
    FactoidOn your feet! The tradition of standing during a performance of the Hallelujah Chorus is said to come from George II's reaction to hearing it at the end of the work's premier in London in 1743. In fact there is no record of this having happened and the tradition seems to have developed much later.
  11. Play
    Hallelujah Chorus 11 2344/112 Handel Arr. Julian Gallant (PRS) | David Tobin (PRS/BMI) | Jeff Meegan (BMI)
    Finale from Messiah. No choir. Underscore, no harpsichord
    2:11
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-09-34412
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2015
    FactoidOn your feet! The tradition of standing during a performance of the Hallelujah Chorus is said to come from George II's reaction to hearing it at the end of the work's premier in London in 1743. In fact there is no record of this having happened and the tradition seems to have developed much later.
  12. Play
    Hallelujah Chorus 12 (60) 2344/113 Handel Arr. Julian Gallant (PRS) | David Tobin (PRS/BMI) | Jeff Meegan (BMI)
    Final rousing chorus from Handel's Messiah with orchestra & choir
    1:00
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-09-34413
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2015
    FactoidOn your feet! The tradition of standing during a performance of the Hallelujah Chorus is said to come from George II's reaction to hearing it at the end of the work's premier in London in 1743. In fact there is no record of this having happened and the tradition seems to have developed much later.
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    Hallelujah Chorus 13 (60) 2344/114 Handel Arr. Julian Gallant (PRS) | David Tobin (PRS/BMI) | Jeff Meegan (BMI)
    Final rousing chorus 'donut'. Sung beginning & end, underscore middle
    1:00
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-09-34414
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2015
    FactoidOn your feet! The tradition of standing during a performance of the Hallelujah Chorus is said to come from George II's reaction to hearing it at the end of the work's premier in London in 1743. In fact there is no record of this having happened and the tradition seems to have developed much later.
  14. Play
    Hallelujah Chorus 14 (60) 2344/115 Handel Arr. Julian Gallant (PRS) | David Tobin (PRS/BMI) | Jeff Meegan (BMI)
    Finale from Handel's Messiah with orchestra & choir. More traditional
    1:00
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-09-34415
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2015
    FactoidOn your feet! The tradition of standing during a performance of the Hallelujah Chorus is said to come from George II's reaction to hearing it at the end of the work's premier in London in 1743. In fact there is no record of this having happened and the tradition seems to have developed much later.
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    Hallelujah Chorus 15 (30) 2344/116 Handel Arr. Julian Gallant (PRS) | David Tobin (PRS/BMI) | Jeff Meegan (BMI)
    'King of Kings' section from Handel's Messiah with orchestra & choir
    0:30
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-09-34416
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2015
    FactoidOn your feet! The tradition of standing during a performance of the Hallelujah Chorus is said to come from George II's reaction to hearing it at the end of the work's premier in London in 1743. In fact there is no record of this having happened and the tradition seems to have developed much later.
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    Hallelujah Chorus 16 (30) 2344/117 Handel Arr. Julian Gallant (PRS) | David Tobin (PRS/BMI) | Jeff Meegan (BMI)
    'Hallelujah' section from Handel's Messiah with orchestra & choir
    0:30
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-09-34417
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2015
    FactoidOn your feet! The tradition of standing during a performance of the Hallelujah Chorus is said to come from George II's reaction to hearing it at the end of the work's premier in London in 1743. In fact there is no record of this having happened and the tradition seems to have developed much later.
  17. Play
    Hallelujah Chorus 17 (30) 2344/118 Handel Arr. Julian Gallant (PRS) | David Tobin (PRS/BMI) | Jeff Meegan (BMI)
    Final rousing chorus 'donut'. Sung beginning & end, underscore middle
    0:30
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-09-34418
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2015
    FactoidOn your feet! The tradition of standing during a performance of the Hallelujah Chorus is said to come from George II's reaction to hearing it at the end of the work's premier in London in 1743. In fact there is no record of this having happened and the tradition seems to have developed much later.
  18. Play
    Hallelujah Chorus 18 (30) 2344/119 Handel Arr. Julian Gallant (PRS) | David Tobin (PRS/BMI) | Jeff Meegan (BMI)
    Final rousing chorus from Messiah. Orchestra only, no choir
    0:30
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-09-34419
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2015
    FactoidOn your feet! The tradition of standing during a performance of the Hallelujah Chorus is said to come from George II's reaction to hearing it at the end of the work's premier in London in 1743. In fact there is no record of this having happened and the tradition seems to have developed much later.
  19. Play
    Hallelujah Chorus 19 (30) 2344/120 Handel Arr. Julian Gallant (PRS) | David Tobin (PRS/BMI) | Jeff Meegan (BMI)
    Final chorus from Messiah. Orchestra only until final 'Hallelujah'
    0:30
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-09-34420
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2015
    FactoidOn your feet! The tradition of standing during a performance of the Hallelujah Chorus is said to come from George II's reaction to hearing it at the end of the work's premier in London in 1743. In fact there is no record of this having happened and the tradition seems to have developed much later.
  20. Play
    Hallelujah Chorus 20 (30) 2344/121 Handel Arr. Julian Gallant (PRS) | David Tobin (PRS/BMI) | Jeff Meegan (BMI)
    Finale from Messiah. Orchestra & organ only, no choir, traditional mix
    0:30
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-09-34421
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2015
    FactoidOn your feet! The tradition of standing during a performance of the Hallelujah Chorus is said to come from George II's reaction to hearing it at the end of the work's premier in London in 1743. In fact there is no record of this having happened and the tradition seems to have developed much later.
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    Hallelujah Chorus 21 (Bumper) 2344/122 Handel Arr. Julian Gallant (PRS) | David Tobin (PRS/BMI) | Jeff Meegan (BMI)
    Choir & orchestral bumper, singing 'Hallelujah'
    0:14
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    • ISRCGB-FFM-09-34422
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2015
    FactoidOn your feet! The tradition of standing during a performance of the Hallelujah Chorus is said to come from George II's reaction to hearing it at the end of the work's premier in London in 1743. In fact there is no record of this having happened and the tradition seems to have developed much later.
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    Hallelujah Chorus 22 (Bumper) 2344/123 Handel Arr. Julian Gallant (PRS) | David Tobin (PRS/BMI) | Jeff Meegan (BMI)
    A cappella choir bumper hammering home the Hallelujah message
    0:13
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-09-34423
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2015
    FactoidOn your feet! The tradition of standing during a performance of the Hallelujah Chorus is said to come from George II's reaction to hearing it at the end of the work's premier in London in 1743. In fact there is no record of this having happened and the tradition seems to have developed much later.
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    Hallelujah Chorus 23 (Sting) 2344/124 Handel Arr. Julian Gallant (PRS) | David Tobin (PRS/BMI) | Jeff Meegan (BMI)
    Choir & orchestra sting - one final Hallelujah
    0:06
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    • Tempo NotesMedium
    • ISRCGB-FFM-09-34424
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2015
    FactoidOn your feet! The tradition of standing during a performance of the Hallelujah Chorus is said to come from George II's reaction to hearing it at the end of the work's premier in London in 1743. In fact there is no record of this having happened and the tradition seems to have developed much later.
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    Hallelujah Chorus 24 (Sting) 2344/125 Handel Arr. Julian Gallant (PRS) | David Tobin (PRS/BMI) | Jeff Meegan (BMI)
    Choir & orchestra sting. Single 'Hallelujah'
    0:04
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    • ISRCGB-FFM-09-34425
    • PublisherAudio Network Limited
    • Release Year2015
    FactoidOn your feet! The tradition of standing during a performance of the Hallelujah Chorus is said to come from George II's reaction to hearing it at the end of the work's premier in London in 1743. In fact there is no record of this having happened and the tradition seems to have developed much later.
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    Hallelujah 1050/14 1 mixes Arr. Bouwe Dykstra (PRS)
    Arrangement for choir and orchestra
    1:50
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    Hallelujah (Chorus) 1236/8 4 mixes Arr. Paul Mottram (PRS)
    Arrangement for organ & choir
    0:30
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    Ode To Joy 2344/3 20 mixes Beethoven Arr. Jeff Meegan (BMI) | Julian Gallant (PRS) | David Tobin (PRS/BMI)
    Final choral movement of Beethoven's 9th Symphony. Builds all the way. (1824)
    3:02
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    Proud Kingdom 1877/4 12 mixes Paul Mottram (PRS)
    Classic patriotic orchestra with broad march sections at '59 & 3'20
    4:35
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    Up On High 2938/3 9 mixes Marc Jackson Burrows (PRS) | David Tobin (PRS/BMI) | Jeff Meegan (BMI) | Julian Gallant (PRS)
    Epic remix of 'Hallelujah' with deep bass, beats & resampled orchestra/choir
    3:32
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    Zadok The Priest 2603/3 14 mixes Handel Arr. Julian Gallant (PRS) | Jeff Meegan (BMI) | David Tobin (PRS/BMI) | Rob Kelly (PRS)
    Regal strings & woodwinds build to dramatic choral climax (1727)
    3:02
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