Handel - Messiah: The Choruses | Carus CAR83475

Handel - Messiah: The Choruses

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Label: Carus

Cat No: CAR83475

Format: CD

Number of Discs: 1

Genre: Vocal/Choral

Release Date: 26th February 2016

Contents

Works

Handel, George Frideric

Messiah, HWV56
» All we like sheep are gone astray
» Amen
» And He shall purify
» And the glory of the Lord
» And with his stripes we are healed
» Behold the lamb of God
» But thanks be to God
» For unto us a child is born
» Glory to God
» Hallelujah Chorus
» He trusted in God
» His yoke is easy
» Let us break their bonds assunder
» Lift up your heads
» Since by man came death
» Sinfonia
» Surely he hath borne our griefs
» The Lord gave the word
» Their sound is gone out
» Worthy is the lamb

Artists

Kammerchor Stuttgart
Barockorchester Stuttgart

Conductor

Frieder Bernius

Works

Handel, George Frideric

Messiah, HWV56
» All we like sheep are gone astray
» Amen
» And He shall purify
» And the glory of the Lord
» And with his stripes we are healed
» Behold the lamb of God
» But thanks be to God
» For unto us a child is born
» Glory to God
» Hallelujah Chorus
» He trusted in God
» His yoke is easy
» Let us break their bonds assunder
» Lift up your heads
» Since by man came death
» Sinfonia
» Surely he hath borne our griefs
» The Lord gave the word
» Their sound is gone out
» Worthy is the lamb

Artists

Kammerchor Stuttgart
Barockorchester Stuttgart

Conductor

Frieder Bernius

About

Already during his lifetime Handel's Messiah became his most frequently performed work, achieving virtually cult status. The many outstanding choruses in this oratorio are among the most beloved, well known pieces in the history of choral music. This new CD contains all of the choruses from the internationally acclaimed CD recording conducted by Frieder Bernius. The special sound and musical refinement displayed by his ensembles - the Stuttgarter Kammerchor and the Barockorchester Stuttgart which, according to the MDR Figaro (April 2009) breathe "liveliness and new energy" into the work and make it a most musically exciting listening experience.

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