Here is a pair from Handel's Messiah, presenting Isaiah's prophecy of the virgin birth of Jesus Christ. First, Isaiah 7:14, with 40:9.
Once you hear these Scriptures sung in The Messiah, it's hard to read them any other way. For instance, here is the London Symphony Orchestra's rendition of "For Unto Us A Child Is Born," from Isaiah 9:6.
Great Old Testament scholar Edward J. Young, author of a three-volume commentary on Isaiah, told the story of a time when he preached on Isaiah 9:6. He preached that the name of the Child is likely four pairs in Hebrew, thus equalling "Wonderful Counselor, the Mighty God, the Everlasting Father, the Prince of Peace," rather than "Wonderful, Counselor" (i.e. two titles).
After the sermon a lady admonished Professor Young that he was in error. It couldn't be Wonderful Counselor; and to prove her point, she sang Handel's "Wonderful... Counselor... the Mighty God," and so forth.
I agree with Dr. Young... but I sympathize with the anonymous woman.