The Te Deum is an early Christian song of praise. The title is taken from its opening Latin words, rendered literally as "Thee, O God, we praise." This setting, by Franz Joseph Haydn, is a choral work throughout. Two lengthy Allegro passages surround a central Adagio, effectively making the work a concerto for chorus and orchestra. This score presents the choral portion of the work in English and Latin, with each voice on a separate staff, including a piano reduction of the orchestral portion for accompaniment or rehearsal. 30 pages.