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Messiah (HWV 56): Pt. 1, no. 12. For Unto Us a Child Is Born

Jonathan Griffith

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Messiah (HWV 56): Pt. 1, no. 12. For Unto Us a Child Is Born

Georg Friedrich Händel

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Messiah (HWV 56): Pt. 1, no. 12. For Unto Us a Child Is Born
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Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra, MainArtist - George Frideric Handel, Composer - National Youth Choir Of Great Britain, Ensemble, MainArtist - Jonathan Griffith, Conductor - The Jonathan Griffith Singers, Ensemble, MainArtist

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