Goossens - The Apocalypse
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Cat No: SRCD371
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 2nd November 2018
ArtistsGrant Dickson (bass)
Gregory Yurisich (baritone)
Ronald Dowd (tenor)
Narelle Tapping (mezzo-soprano)
Lauris Elms (contralto)
Raymond McDonald (tenor)
The Sydney Philharmonia Choir
The Sydney Symphony Orchestra
Eugene Goossens’ most ambitious and epic work, The Apocalypse, has had few performances since its premiere in Sydney Town Hall in 1954. This recording was made to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, in 1982. It is a grand work, full of colours and drama, and in the words of conductor Myer Fredman, “the orchestration is brilliant”.
- John the Evangelist: Grant Dickson (bass)
- A Great Voice: Gregory Yurisich (baritone)
- An Elder: Ronald Dowd (tenor)
- An Angel: Narelle Tapping (mezzo-soprano)
- An Angel: Lauris Elms (contralto)
- An Angel / A Voice from Heaven: Raymond McDonald (tenor)
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