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The following is a list of the most viewed score pages since ChoralWiki was launched in August 2005, listed in order of decreasing number of views. For a corresponding list of popular composers, click here.

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  1. Bel Raggio Lusinghier (from 'Semiramide') (Gioachino Rossini)
  2. Regina coeli, KV 276 (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)
  3. Tanti affetti (from 'La Donna del Lago') (Gioachino Rossini)
  4. Toast pour le nouvel an (Gioachino Rossini)
  5. O selce, o tigre, o ninfa (Alessandro Scarlatti)
  6. Stabat Mater, RV 621 (Antonio Vivaldi)
  7. Funeral Music for Queen Mary, Z 860 (Henry Purcell)
  8. Canzon del Cucco (Giovanni Croce)
  9. En proie à la tristesse (from 'Le Comte Ory') (Gioachino Rossini)
  10. Ich freue mich in dir, BWV 133 (Johann Sebastian Bach)
  11. Burial Service in E Minor (William Boyce)
  12. Let us lift up our heart (Samuel Sebastian Wesley)
  13. Incanto della Schiava (Giovanni Croce)
  14. Messe des morts à 4 voix, H. 7 (Marc-Antoine Charpentier)
  15. O Lord, Thou art my God (Samuel Sebastian Wesley)
  16. When lo, by break of morning (Thomas Morley)
  17. Sweet nymph, come to thy lover (Thomas Morley)
  18. In nets of golden wires (Thomas Morley)
  19. Leave, alas, this tormenting (Thomas Morley)
  20. Come, come lets begin (Thomas Weelkes)
  21. Some men desire spouses (Thomas Weelkes)
  22. O fly not, love (Thomas Morley)
  23. Do you not know? (Thomas Morley)
  24. Canzonets for two voices (Thomas Morley)
  25. Canzonets for three voices (Thomas Morley)
  26. O Maria mater pia (Anonymous)
  27. Serve bone et fidelis (Orlando di Lasso)
  28. Doulce memoire - Una Canzon Francese (Diego Ortiz)
  29. Lamentation over Boston (William Billings)
  30. Au pres de vous (Claudin de Sermisy)
  31. Lungi da voi mia vita (Cornelius Verdonck)
  32. Dissi a l'amata mia lucida stella (Cornelius Verdonck)
  33. Deux que le trait d'Amour touche bien vivement (Andreas Pevernage)
  34. Ilz ont en mesme temps mesme contentement (Andreas Pevernage)
  35. Cest Amour qui si rare en la terre se treuve (Andreas Pevernage)
  36. Jennette, Marion se vont jouer (Anonymous)
  37. Five Reasons (Henry Purcell)
  38. He that drinks is immortal (Henry Purcell)
  39. I gave her cakes and I gave her ale (Henry Purcell)
  40. Slaves are they that heap up mountains (John Stafford Smith)
  41. Tis women (Henry Purcell)
  42. Let us drink and be merry (George Berg)
  43. Fie, nay, prithee John (Henry Purcell)
  44. Down with Bacchus (Henry Purcell)
  45. Wine in a morning (Henry Purcell)
  46. Call George again, boy (John Hilton the younger)
  47. Here's a health (Henry Purcell)
  48. Tom Jolly's nose (Henry Aldrich)
  49. Care, thou canker of our joys (Anonymous)
  50. Confusion to the power of Cupid (John Eccles)
  51. Hey, ho, nobody at home (Thomas Ravenscroft)
  52. In praise of white wine (John Reading)
  53. Tappster, dryngker (Anonymous)
  54. Changeons propos a 3 (Claudin de Sermisy)
  55. Hymn of Eve (Uxbridge) (Thomas Arne)
  56. Unquiet thoughts (John Dowland)
  57. Trust and obey (Daniel B. Towner)
  58. Foundation (Traditional)
  59. O du eselhafter Martin (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)
  60. Il est de bonne heure né (Anonymous)
  61. There's music in the air (George Frederick Root)
  62. O how amiable are thy dwellings (Thomas Weelkes)
  63. PastoralMesse in G (Václav Emanuel Horák)
  64. Joy in the gates (6 part canon) (Anonymous)
  65. Hark the glad sound! The Saviour comes (Thomas Merritt)
  66. Te Deum laudamus (from The Second 'Excellent' Service for Means) (Robert Parsons)
  67. Credo quod redemptor meus vivit (Robert Parsons)
  68. Ave Maria (Robert Parsons)
  69. Three Fooles (John Bennet)
  70. For the hearne and ducke (John Bennet)
  71. Mass in B minor, BWV 232 (Johann Sebastian Bach)
  72. Peccantem me quotidie (Robert Parsons)
  73. Iam Christus astra ascenderat (Robert Parsons)
  74. Libera me, Domine, de morte aeterna (Robert Parsons)
  75. Domine, quis habitabit (Robert Parsons)
  76. Retribue servo tuo (Robert Parsons)
  77. Benedictus (from The Second 'Excellent' Service for Means) (Robert Parsons)
  78. Credo (from The Second 'Excellent' Service for Means) (Robert Parsons)
  79. Festino nella sera del giovedì grasso, Op. 18 (Adriano Banchieri)
  80. All my heart this night rejoices (Johann Georg Ebeling)
  81. All my heart this night rejoices (tune: Stella) (Horatio W. Parker)
  82. Warum sollt ich mich denn grämen BWV 422 (Johann Sebastian Bach)
  83. Amid the silence (Anonymous)
  84. Angels from the realms of glory (Henry Thomas Smart)
  85. Away in a manger (James R. Murray)
  86. Behold that star (Thomas W. Talley)
  87. Behold the Great Creator (Anonymous)
  88. Blessed be that Maid Marie (Charles Wood)
  89. Bohemian Christmas Carol (Traditional)
  90. Brightest and best of the sons of the morning (Henry Walford Davies)
  91. Childing of a maiden bright (Anonymous)
  92. Christ was born on Christmas Day (Henry Walford Davies)
  93. Resonet in laudibus (Anonymous)
  94. Christians, lo, the star (Ludwig van Beethoven)
  95. Come, listen to my story (Traditional)
  96. Come, ye lofty (George J. Elvey)
  97. Come, ye lofty (Gustav Holst)
  98. Earth today rejoices (Anonymous)
  99. Emanuel (William Billings)
  100. Vom Himmel hoch da komm ich her (Martin Luther)
  101. Vom Himmel hoch da komm ich her (Adam Gumpelzhaimer)
  102. Vom Himmel hoch da komm ich her (Georg Forster)
  103. From the eastern mountains (Arthur Henry Mann)
  104. From Virgin's womb (Orlando Gibbons)
  105. Gather around the Christmas Tree (John Henry Hopkins, Jr.)
  106. God from on high (William Boyce)
  107. Good Christian men, rejoice (Traditional)
  108. Redemption (Asahel Benham)
  109. Hark! How all the welkin rings (Harry Ellis Wooldridge)
  110. Derrick (William Walker)
  111. Heaven's Christmas Tree (Charles Albert Tindley)
  112. I heard the bells on Christmas day (John Baptiste Calkin)
  113. I sing the birth (Claude Goudimel)
  114. In the bleak midwinter (Gustav Holst)
  115. In the ending of the year (Anonymous)
  116. It came upon the midnight clear (Richard S. Willis)
  117. Jingle Bells (James Pierpont)
  118. Jolly old Saint Nicholas (Traditional)
  119. Joy to the world (Lowell Mason)
  120. Let all together praise our God (Anonymous)
  121. Let sighing cease and woe (Anonymous)
  122. Love came down at Christmas (John Sebastian Matthews)
  123. Gelobet seist du Jesu Christ, BWV 314 (Johann Sebastian Bach)
  124. O Christians with triumphant glee (Anonymous)
  125. Faisons éclater notre joie (Anonymous)
  126. O Tannenbaum (Traditional)
  127. O hail this brightest day of days, BWV 294 (Johann Sebastian Bach)
  128. O little town of Bethlehem (Lewis H. Redner)
  129. Oh! Look at the sky! (Traditional)
  130. On the birthday of the Lord (Anonymous)
  131. On the mountain (Traditional)
  132. Once in royal David's city (Henry J. Gauntlett)
  133. Ring the bells (TTBB) (Richard H. Benke)
  134. Rise up, shepherd, and follow (Traditional)
  135. Shepherds, rejoice (Leonard P. Breedlove)
  136. Shout the glad tidings (Charles Avison)
  137. Sussex Carol (Ralph Vaughan Williams)
  138. Sweetest music softly stealing (Traditional)
  139. Upon this lovely Christmas morning (Traditional)
  140. Watchman, tell us of the night (Aberystwyth) (Joseph Parry)
  141. We three kings of Orient are (John Henry Hopkins, Jr.)
  142. We wish you a merry Christmas (Traditional)
  143. What star is this (Jeremiah Clarke)
  144. When Christ was born of Mary free (Traditional)
  145. While their flocks the shepherds tended (Traditional)
  146. Quem pastores laudavere (Traditional)
  147. Kommt und lasst uns Christum ehren (Traditional)
  148. Seraph (While shepherds watched their flocks) (Arthur Sullivan)
  149. Yorkshire Wassail (Traditional)
  150. Grande messe des morts, H 75 (Hector Berlioz)
  151. Te Deum, H 118 (Hector Berlioz)
  152. Adew, adew, my hartis lust (William Cornysh)
  153. Come raggio di sol (Antonio Caldara)
  154. Ett sätt att göra herdekväden (Eva Toller)
  155. Go to bed, sweet muse (Robert Jones)
  156. Im wunderschönen Monat Mai (Robert Schumann)
  157. Måltidssång (Så lunka vi…) (Carl Michael Bellman)
  158. Per la gloria d'adorarvi (Giovanni Battista Bononcini)
  159. Angelus autem (Alonso de Tejeda)
  160. Morning Has Broken (Traditional)
  161. Om sommaren sköna (Traditional)
  162. Se Florindo e fedele (Alessandro Scarlatti)
  163. Come, Phyllis (Thomas Ford)
  164. Faire, sweet, cruell (Thomas Ford)
  165. If I urge my kind desires (Philip Rosseter)
  166. If she forsake me (Philip Rosseter)
  167. Sleepe, sleepe (Giles Earle)
  168. Sweet Cupid, ripen her desires (William Corkine)
  169. What if I seek for love (Robert Jones)
  170. As Flora slept (John Hilton the younger)
  171. Deare, though your minde (William Corkine)
  172. Phillis was a faire maide (Giles Earle)
  173. Sonett (Eva Toller)
  174. Betelgeuse (Percy Snowdon)
  175. Ave Maria (Percy Snowdon)
  176. Qual si può dir maggiore (Claudio Monteverdi)
  177. Canzonette d'amore (Claudio Monteverdi)
  178. Raggi, dov'è il mio bene? (Claudio Monteverdi)
  179. Quando sperai del mio servir mercede (Claudio Monteverdi)
  180. Tu ridi sempre mai (Claudio Monteverdi)
  181. Chi vuol veder d'inverno un dolce aprile (Claudio Monteverdi)
  182. Veni sponsa Christi (Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina)
  183. O Domine Jesu Christe a 4 (Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina)
  184. Triste España sin ventura (Juan del Encina)
  185. Todos los bienes del mundo (Juan del Encina)
  186. Maria Magdalene a 4 (Andrea Gabrieli)
  187. In monte Oliveti (Anonymous)
  188. Ecce mulier Chananea (Manuel Cardoso)
  189. Es ist ein Ros entsprungen (Michael Praetorius)
  190. Alma del core (Antonio Caldara)
  191. Ave Maria (Eva Toller)
  192. O del mio dolce ardor (Christoph Willibald Gluck)
  193. Auf Flügeln des Gesanges (Felix Mendelssohn)
  194. Barcarolle (Jacques Offenbach)
  195. Höstens bleka sjö (Eva Toller)
  196. Kristallen den fina (Traditional)
  197. Missa brevis in Es (Ignaz Reimann)
  198. My thoughts are wing'd (John Dowland)
  199. Can she excuse my wrongs (John Dowland)
  200. Now, O now, I needs must part (John Dowland)

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