London: G. Rodwell, 1860.
Public Domain [tag/del]
with the overture arranged for piano 4-hands (the rest is soloists, chorus and piano).
||A Sacred Lyrical Oratorio, in three Parts. Composed for the Glasgow Musical Festival, 1860.
||Horsley, Charles Edward
||3 parts, 35 sections total
|Year/Date of Composition
||by January 1860
||1860 by London: G. Rodwell
||Archer Gurney (1820–1887)
||Henry Albert Lambeth, dedicated on January 19 1860 with the sincere esteem and friendship of the composer
||6 voices, chorus, orchestra
Voices represent Gideon, Ebed, Joash, Zillah, A Prophet, Prurah (servant of Gideon).
Micro-review in the Atheneum suggests that the music (the first edition? the music itself?) is not "correct"(noting that the music has been discussed at more length elsewhere in detail - I suspect they mean the first edition not corresponding to what was heard at the premiere? that is the edition in vocal score at NLA.)