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    Went thorough all my Messiah recordings. Listing them from favorite to least favorite.









    This Morten Topp Messiah suffers some from the recording process, but has beautiful voices. An Amazon reviewer put it this way: "... one's ear has adjusted enough to wish that the singing of the choir were better recorded." I have one with a less interesting image and far lower cost than the edition pictured here.


    And finally the least favorite being Pearlman, which was bought on a whim and should have been left unbought. It is not bad, just I have better ones.
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    Beethoven: Christus am Ölberge

    Scherchen - Maria Stader
    First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.
    "Mahatma Gandhi"

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    George Friedrich Händel; Der Messias
    Sung in German


    Lucia Popp, Brigitte Fassbaender, Robert Holl, Robert Gambill,


    Radio-Sinfonie-Orchester Stuttgart / Südfunkchor

    Neville Marriner
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    Verdi:Requiem

    Dunn /Curry/ Hadley/ Plishka


    Atlanta Symphony Orchestra & Chorus, Robert Shaw
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    Biber Requiem a 15 in Concerto

    La Capella Reial de Catalunya
    Le Concert des Nations
    Direction: Jordi Savall



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    Salve Regina , Gregorian chant
    Benedictine Monks of the Abbey of St. Maurice & St. Maur, Clervaux
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    Heinrich Schütz - Story of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3BIr-bzEReg

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    P.M. Summer
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    PAUL D. PEERY Vesper Hymns 100 Bell Symphonic Carillon 1950s MAAS-ROWE 3910 LP

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    Telemann: Cantatas


    Drei sind, die da zeugen im Himmel TWV 1:377 (Cantata for Trinity Sunday, 1711)
    Ich hatte viel Bekuemmernis TWV 1:843; (Cantata for the Second Sunday in Lent, 1717)
    Wie liegt die Stadt so wueste TWV 1:1629; (Cantata for the Tenth Sunday after Trinity Sunday, 1727)
    Er kam, lobsingt ihm TWV 1:377 (Church Music for the Ascension, 1759)
    Veronika Winter (soprano), Lena Susanne Norin (alto),

    Jan Kobow (tenor) & Ekkehard Abele (bass)

    Rheinische Kantorei & Das Kleine Konzert, Hermann Max
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    The Laudantes Consort's box set Golden Age of the European Polyphony. Some secular pieces, but mostly sacred works:

    L'Age d'Or.jpg

    I love this collection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by regenmusic View Post
    PAUL D. PEERY Vesper Hymns 100 Bell Symphonic Carillon 1950s MAAS-ROWE 3910 LP
    Never ever heard even from the guy...do I miss something?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pugg View Post
    Never ever heard even from the guy...do I miss something?
    It's amazing. Think of the most ethereal, cloudy, chilling, drifting, chorusing bell melodies and you have the picture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by regenmusic View Post
    It's amazing. Think of the most ethereal, cloudy, chilling, drifting, chorusing bell melodies and you have the picture.
    I guess I have to dig deeper can't find it.
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    Der Herr ist König: Baroque Bass Cantatas

    Liebhold:Mein gantzes Wissen soll Jesu seyn
    Des Menschen Sohn ist kommen

    Roemhildt:Nichts soll mich Jesu scheiden

    Telemann:Sprich treuer Himmel: ja!, TWV 11:30
    Der Herr ist König, TWV 7:31

    Wolff, C:Ihr Sorgen lasset mich zufrieden
    Meines Bleibens ist nicht hier

    Klaus Mertens (bass-baritone)

    Accademia Daniel, Shalev Ad-El
    First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.
    "Mahatma Gandhi"

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