Handel: Messiah: Favorite Choruses And Arias

Robert Shaw, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, Chamber Chorus

Handel Messiah Favorite Choruses And Arias
  • Release Date: 01 Oct 1984
  • Label: TELARC
  • Genre: OTHER
  • CAT # 80103-25

    1. Handel: Messiah, Part One: 1. Sinfonia (Overture) 3:39
    2. Handel: Messiah, Part One: 2. Comfort ye, my people, 3. Every valley shall be exalted 6:22
    3. Handel: Messiah, Part One: 4. And the glory of the Lord 3:12
    4. Handel: Messiah, Part One: 7. And He shall purify 2:18
    5. Handel: Messiah, Part One: 8. Behold, a virgin shall conceive, 9. O thou that tellest good tidings t 5:44
    6. Handel: Messiah, Part One: 12. For unto us a Child is born 3:46
    7. Handel: Messiah, Part One: 18. Rejoice greatly, O daughter of Zion 4:27
    8. Handel: Messiah, Part Two: 37. The Lord gave the word 1:07
    9. Handel: Messiah, Part Two: 39. Their sound is gone out 1:26
    10. Handel: Messiah, Part Two: 40. Why do the nations? 41. Let us break their bonds asunder 4:42
    11. Handel: Messiah, Part Two: 42. He that dwelleth in heaven, 43. Thou shalt break them 2:14
    12. Handel: Hallelujah Chorus from Messiah 3:44
    13. Handel: Messiah, Part Three: 45. I know that my Redeemer liveth 5:35
    14. Handel: Messiah, Part Three: 46. Since by man came death 1:51
    15. Handel: Messiah, Part Three: 49. Then shall be brought to pass, 50. O death, where is thy sting? 51. 3:35
    16. Handel: Messiah, Part Three: 53. Worthy is the lamb . . .Amen. 6:39

Best-known arias and chorus from Handel's "Messiah" on one CD. These selections were taken from the complete 2 CD recording with Robert Shaw and the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Chorus.

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