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Oratorio `Messiah` (1741), HWV  56 (Handel)

George Frideric Handel (1685–1759)

Oratorio `Messiah` (1741) HWV 56

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Altos David Gould , Angus Davidson, Frances Jellard // Basse Charles Gibbs, Peacock, David Van Asch // Sopranos Diane Atherton, Janet Coxwell, Helen Parker, Kym Amps // Tenors Gerald O`Beirne*, James Oxley, John Bowen, Robin Doveton // Directed By David Van Asch // 1992.
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Dunedin Consort & Players / John Butt (direction & harpsichord) / 2006
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1982
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Heather Harper soprano, Helen Watts alto, John Wakefield tenor, John Shirley-Quirk bass. Ralph Downes organ, Leslie Pearson harpsichord. London Symphony Chorus, London Symphony Orchestra, Sir Colin Davis. Recorded in 1966.
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Elly Ameling - soprano, Anna Reynolds - mezzo-soprano, Philip Langridge - tenor, Gwynne Howell - bass. Academy of St. Martin in the Fields Chorus, Academy of St. Martin in the Fields, conductor sir Neville Marriner. Label: Decca.
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