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Messiah: Why Do the Nations So Furiously Rage? (Handel v2)

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An exciting aria for bass soloist, movement 40 of the Messiah. Furiously bowing strings mirror the nations and kings in the lyrics, which "furiously rage together".

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Messiah: Why Do the Nations So Furiously Rage? (Handel v1)

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An exciting aria for bass soloist, movement 40 of the Messiah. Furiously bowing strings mirror the nations and kings in the lyrics, which "furiously rage together".

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Messiah: Thus Saith The Lord - Handel

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Following Handel's original score, this is a complete orchestral recording of the Fifth movement from Messiah, Thus Saith the Lord -- an accompanied recitative for solo Bass vocal.

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Messiah: Behold, a Virgin Shall Conceive - Handel

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The eighth movement of Handel's Messiah, a very brief rubato recitative for alto soloist. Only six measures long, it begins in the key of D, but ends in A.

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Messiah: Pifa (Handel)

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Movement thirteen in Handel's Messiah is the only purely instrumental movement, without any singing at all. It's useful as an interlude, contemplative moment, or during an intermission. The title "Pifa" suggests shepherds' music played traditionally at Christmas by the Italian "pifferare" (pipers or shepherds).

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Messiah: He Was Despised (Handel)

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A slow, moving aria for alto, Movement 23 of Handel's Messiah, describing Christ's sorrows. Strings gently weep in the accompaniment. As the A section is over five minutes in length, Handel's instructions to continue with a bridge and then repeat the A section in its entirety are rarely followed. This recording ends, like most, at the end of the A section; the bridge is available separately as Spiritrax 1209, "He Gave His Back to the Smiters".

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Messiah: Their Sound is Gone Out (Handel)

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A strong, energetic SATB chorus, movement 39 of the Messiah is fairly brief. Forte all the way through, it makes a good concert opener. The orchestra follows Handel's original score.

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Messiah: Then Shall Be Brought to Pass (Handel)

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Movement 49 of Handel's Messiah is a short alto recitative, setting the tone (and the key) for the alto-tenor duet that follows it (O Death, Where is Thy Sting?)

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Arrival of the Queen of Sheba (Handel)

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This beautiful classical work is commonly performed as a recessional at weddings and at other joyous occasions. The opening of Act 3 from Handel's opera Solomon, it is recorded here from Handel's original scoring for string orchestra, two oboes, and harpsichord.

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Messiah: And The Glory Of the Lord - Handel

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Chorus piece from Handel's "Messiah" following the original score, and recorded to sound similar to the London Symphony Orchestra's performance. Perfect for SATB choir.

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Messiah: But Who May Abide (Handel)

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The sixth movement from Handel's Messiah - an aria for solo Alto. This orchestral recording follows Handel's original score, featuring strings, winds, and harpsichord. Popular oratorio for Christmas and Easter.

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Messiah: Then Shall The Eyes of the Blind Be Opened (Handel)

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Movement 19 of Handel's Messiah is a brief alto recitative, reciting the miracles that will occur when Jesus is born. Accompanied by bass, cello, and harpsichord.

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Messiah: He Gave His Back to the Smiters (Handel)

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This quiet alto aria about Christ's generosity towards his abusers is the B section of movement 23 of the Messiah. It was recorded separately so that it can be used alone, as a short and simple aria, or as a bridge to "He Was Despised" (Spiritrax 1208) as per Handel's original instructions.

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Messiah: But Thou Didst Not Leave His Soul in Hell (Handel)

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Movement 32 of Handel's Messiah is an aria for tenor (or soprano). Moderately, calm, and stately, it occurs just after Christ is killed, and reassures the audience that his death is temporary. Orchestral direction and tempos follow the London Philharmonic recording with Walter Susskind conducting.

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Messiah: O Death, Where is Thy Sting? (Handel)

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A flowing duet for alto and tenor leads into a glorious SATB chorus thanking God. This track comprises movements 50 and 51 of the Messiah. Orchestral accompaniment is from Handel's original score.

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