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Hallelujah - GF Handel Messiah - Bethany College Choir
Hallelujah - GF Handel Messiah - Bethany College Choir Hallelujah - Bethany College Choir - G.F. Handel "Messiah" - Performed December 10, 2006, St. Joeseph Cathedral, Wheeling, WV - Part of the Messiah Performance by the Bethany College Choir - Bethany College, Bethany, West Virginia.
Handel - Messiah "He was despised" Alfred Deller
Handel - Messiah "He was despised" Alfred Deller Hi-res & stereo: www.youtube.com George Frideric Handel Messiah, HWV 56 (1741) Oratorio in three acts Aria #23: "He Was Despised" From act 2, aria for Alto solo libretto by Charles Jennens Messiah (HWV 56) is an oratorio by George Frideric Handel based on a libretto by Charles Jennens. Composed in the summer of 1741 and premiered in Dublin on the 13 April 1742, Messiah is Handel's most famous creation and is among the most popular works in the Western choral literature. The very well known chorus, Hallelujah, is part of Handel's Messiah. Handel composed Messiah in just 24 days. Handel conducted Messiah many times and, as was his custom, often altered the music to suit the needs of the singers and orchestra he had available to him for each performance. In consequence, no single version can be regarded as the "authentic" one. Many more variations and rearrangements were added in subsequent centuries—a notable arrangement was one by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, translated into German. Messiah is scored for SATB soloists, SATB chorus, 2 oboes, 2 bassoons, 2 trumpets, timpani, strings, and basso continuo. The Mozart arrangement expands the orchestra to 2 flutes, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets, 2 bassoons, 2 horns, 2 trumpets, 3 trombones, timpani, strings, and organ. The libretto was compiled by Charles Jennens and consists of fragments of verses from the King James Bible. For the full article in more detail on Messiah: en.wikipedia.org Text: He was despised and rejected of men, a man of ...
Handel's Messiah - LIVE in cinemas from King's College, Cambridge
Handel's Messiah - LIVE in cinemas from King's College, Cambridge Handel's Messiah LIVE in cinemas from King's College, Chapel Sunday 5th April 2009 7.30pm (UK) 8.30pm (Euro) The Choir of King's College, Cambridge Academy of Ancient Music Ailish Tynan - soprano Alice Coote - mezzo soprano Allan Clayton - tenor Matthew Rose - bass Stephen Cleobury - conductor In celebration of University of Cambridge 800th Anniversary Handel 250th Anniversary Easter festival at Kings College, Cambridge for participating cinemas please visit www.artsalliancemedia.com/Opera
Random Acts of Culture - Handel's Messiah
Random Acts of Culture - Handel's Messiah Handel's Messiah in Macy's Philadelphia October 30, 2010
Messiah Oratorio, HWV 56: Overture - Handel
Messiah Oratorio, HWV 56: Overture - Handel Messiah Oratorio, HWV 56: Overture by George Frideric Handel
Messiah - Handel ( 1 )
Messiah - Handel ( 1 ) Some of my preferred parts of " Messiah ' - Handel ( 1 ) Sylvia McNair, Anne Sofie von Otter, Michael Chance, Jerry Hadley, Robert Lloyd Academy and Chorus of St Martin in the Fields Sir Neville Marriner ( conductor ) Dublin 1992
Handel's Messiah - Pastoral Symphony
Handel's Messiah - Pastoral Symphony The London Philharmonic Choir & Orchestra under the direction of Sir Adrian Boult. Another favorite selection from this Christmas music classic. www.youtube.com
"Hallelujah" - "Messiah" GF Handel
"Hallelujah" - "Messiah" GF Handel Christopher Hogwood, Academy of Ancient Music, Choir of Westminster Abbey (1982) See: www.amazon.com
George Frederic Handel - 'Comfort Ye My People' from "The Messiah
George Frederic Handel - 'Comfort Ye My People' from "The Messiah Performed by the London Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorus.
Coro Via Magna. Haendel. Messiah. For unto us a child...
Coro Via Magna. Haendel. Messiah. For unto us a child... Coro Via Magna y Orquesta de la Capilla Real. Dir. Oscar Gershensohn. Haendel. El MesĂ­as. Concierto celebrado en el Teatro Monumental de Madrid en diciembre de 2005.
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