The Dettingen Te Deum is not considered a "Te Deum" in the strict sense. It contains eighteen short solos and choruses, mostly of a celebratory military character. The work was composed in July 1743 and was first performed in November of the same year. This score presents the choral portion of the work in English, with each voice on a separate staff, including solos and a piano reduction of the orchestral portion for accompaniment or rehearsal. 70 pages.