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Paul McCreesh - Handel: Messiah (1997)

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Paul McCreesh - Handel: Messiah (1997)
Artist: Paul McCreesh, Gabrieli Consort & Players
Title Of Album: Handel: Messiah
Year Of Release: 1997
Label: ARCHIV Produktion
Country: UK
Genre: Classical
Quality: FLAC (*image + .cue, log, artwork)
Bitrate: Lossless
Time: 02:11:54
Full Size: 627 MB





Tracklist:

CD 1
Pt. 1
01. Symphony 3:22
02. "Comfort ye, My people" 3:35
03. "Ev'ry Valley shall be exalted" 3:03
04. "And The Glory Of The Lord" 2:50
05. "Thus saith the Lord" 1:19
06. "But who may abide the day of his coming" 3:50
07. "And He Shall Purify The Sons Of Levi" 2:22
08. "Behold, a virgin shall conceive" 0:26
09. "O thou that tellest good tidings to Zion" 4:47
10. "For behold, darkness shall cover" 2:13
11. "The people that walked in darkness" 3:58
12. "For Unto Us A Child Is Born" 3:36
13. Pifa (Pastoral Symphony) 0:38
14. "There were shepherds... And lo, the angel of the Lord...And the angel said unto them...And suddenly" 1:02
15. "Glory to God in the highest" 1:41
16. "Rejoice Greatly, O Daughter Of Zion" 3:46
17. "Then shall the eyes of the blind" 0:20
18. "He shall feed his Flock" 4:17
19. "His Yoke Is Easy" 2:03

Pt. 2
20. "Behold The Lamb Of God" 3:09
21. "He Was Despised" 12:11
22. "Surely He hath borne our griefs" 1:38
23. "And with His stripes we are healed" 1:43
24. "All We Like Sheep Have Gone Astray" 3:20
25. "All they that see Him" 0:39
26. "He trusted in God" 2:03
27. "Thy rebuke hath broken His heart" 2:03
28. "Behold and see" 1:30
29. "He was cut off" 0:14
30. "But Thou Didst Not Leave His Soul In Hell" 2:03

CD 2
Pt. 2
01. "Lift Up Your Heads" 2:46
02. "Unto which of the angels" 0:15
03. "Let all the angels of God" 1:21
04. "Thou Art Gone Up On High" 2:46
05. "The Lord Gave The Word" 1:05
06. "How Beautiful Are The Feet" 2:00
07. "Their Sound Is Gone Out" 1:17
08. "Why do the nations so furiously rage together?" 1:14
09. "Let us break their bonds asunder" 1:37
10. "He That Dwelleth In Heaven...Thou Shalt Break Them" 2:06
11. "Hallelujah" 3:34

Pt. 3
12. "I Know That My Redeemer Liveth" 6:23
13. "Since By Man Came Death" 2:03
14. "Behold, I tell you a mystery" 0:32
15. "The trumpet shall sound"8:18
16. "Then shall be brought to pass" 0:14
17. "O death where is thy sting?" 0:53
18. "But Thanks Be To God" 1:56
19. "If God Be For Us" 4:13
20. "Worthy is the Lamb... Amen" 7:34

Paul McCreesh is one of the better-known figures in London's active early music scene, particularly as a conductor of small ensemble music of the Baroque.

He grew up playing the cello. While at Manchester University, he formed a student chamber choir and ensemble of period instruments. In 1982 he organized it formally as the Gabrieli Consort and Players. Although the ensemble played a considerable amount of the well-known 18th-century Baroque music of Bach, Handel, and Vivaldi, McCreesh retained a special interest in earlier Baroque and even late Renaissance music (as implied by his ensemble's name), covering the time period between the Gabrieli brothers and the Purcell brothers.

He brought the Gabrieli Consort and Players to a prominent position, confirmed by their being signed in 1993 as exclusive Deutsche Grammophon artists. (They appear mainly on DG's specialized early music label, Archiv Produktionen.) His first recording for the label, Venetian Vespers, won the Gramophone Award for Early Music in 1993, and a nomination for the American Grammy Award. Subsequent discs devoted to music of Palestrina and Praetorius have won other coveted prizes, including the Diapason d'Or, the Deutschen Schallplatten Preis, and the Edison Award, and the 1998 release, A Requiem for Philip II won the Choc de la Musique.

McCreesh has conducted the Gabrieli Consort & Players at major venues and festivals. They were invited in 1995 to open Paris's Cite de la Musique (that year's theme: A Venetian Festival), have appeared at the BBC Henry Woods Promenade Concerts, and in 1996 performed their first opera, Handel's Orlando, in concert. In a rare foray outside their usual time period, McCreesh conducted the Consort & Players at the City of London Festival in Anton Bruckner's Mass in E minor, interpolating appropriate motets by Palestrina.

McCreesh's activities aside from leading the Gabrieli include active appearances as guest conductor in the U.K., Italy, the Netherlands, and the United States. He conducted a fully staged production of Carissimi's Jepthe in San Antonio, Texas, and has conducted the Netherlands Bach Society in the German master's Magnificat and selected cantatas. He has conducted Handel in the composer's birth town of Halle, and Purcell in Washington, D.C. In more standard repertory, he has conducted the Newcastle Sinfonia in music of Stravinsky and Elgar, Faure's Requiem, and Beethoven's Eroica Symphony, and directed the Ensemble Wroclaw in Berlioz's Requiem. -- Joseph Stevenson



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