You can freely and lawfully download a printable score for this Work from CPDL - the Choral Public Domain Library - though it may not be exactly the same as the one used to make the Midi Files below, and it probably won't be as good as a proper paid-for engraved and printed score.
There is an excellent performance of this Work by the English Baroque Soloists on period instruments, conducted by John Eliot Gardiner, on YouTube starting here.
Note that where there is a Second Soprano or Second Tenor part these are included just below the corresponding First part. In all other cases, of course, the "Second" voices sing the same as the "First".
Here is a "clickable" Table of the available Midi Files for this Work:-
Part 1 is immediately below. Part 2 is on the next page
|Acis & Galatea - Part 1|
|2: O the pleasure of the plains - Voices 1
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - Voices 2
|3: Ye verdant plains||None||None||None||None|
|4: Hush, ye pretty warbling choir||None||None||None||None|
|5: Where shall I seek the charming fair?||None||None||None||None|
|6: Stay, shepherd, stay||None||None||None||None|
|7: Shepherd, what art thou pursuing?||None||None||None||None|
|8: Lo! here my love||None||None||None||None|
|9: Love in her eyes sits playing||None||None||None||None|
|10: O didst thou know||None||None||None||None|
|11: As when the dove laments her love||None||None||None||None|
|12: Happy we||None||None||None||None|
|13: Happy we|
That's the end of Part 1. Part 2 is on the next pageAnd if something doesn't work properly, please let me know (see the "Comments" section of my Homepage).