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Piano/ Harpsichord part from We will remember thy name (Händel)

G.F. Händel 1685-1759
4 minutes
Classical music

The Wedding anthem for Princess Anne, HWV 262, "This is the day which the Lord hath made," is an anthem for vocal soloists, chorus and orchestra by George Frideric Handel. It was written for the wedding of Anne, Princess Royal and Prince William of Orange and was first performed during their marriage at the French Chapel in St James’s Palace, London, on 14 March 1734. This "We will remember" is a choir from the Anthem in an instrumental version for SATB recorders and B.C.

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