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From the opening bar to the close of the Oratorio the club members listened entranced.
THE LEAVEN IN A GREAT CITYLILLIAN WILLIAM BETTS
It would be counted extravagant to buy a book, or a ticket to an oratorio or a concert to hear the best music.
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This oratorio, as it strikes me, has certain qualities both of sentiment and of expression.
I was sitting as I should sit at an oratorio, in devout and rapt contemplation.
PARSIFALH. R. HAWEIS
If you can make use of the Oratorio, I can send you all the parts written out, so that the outlay may be less for the poor.
Herr Rettich has already got the parts of the Oratorio, and when you no longer require them I beg you will send them back to me.
You may do just what you please with the Oratorio; where it will be of most use it will best fulfil my intentions.
He never would write an oratorio, because he had no hope of excelling Mendelssohn in that branch of musical art.
And in all her later life music was one of the chiefest delights to her, and especially oratorio.
No oratorio on the subject of the deluge appears in the catalogue of Hammer-Purgstalls works.

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