Denis Wright's arrangement of Messiah for brass with the Black Dyke Band , this recording is unique in its flavor. The winds-only orchestration gives the work a delicate, pastoral flavor, which, while not as dramatic as Wright's, is very pretty and worth hearing.
The performance varies however; first the good: the Orchestra of St. John's carries the day with the new orchestration - their playing is light and cheerful, the flutes and woodwinds perfectly balanced and unified. Tenor Christopher Turner is very good - heroic and brightly-toned.
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The OSJ Voices are not as unified in sound - individual voices tear out of the fabric of sound, especially one startlingly bright tenor who appears to think he's the soloist. Let us break their bonds asunder chorus He that dwelleth in heaven tenor Scene 7: God's Ultimate Victory Thou shalt break them with a rod of iron tenor I know that my Redeemer liveth soprano Since by man came death chorus Scene 2: The Day of Judgment Behold, I tell you a mystery bass Then shall be brought to pass alto O death, where is thy sting alto and tenor But thanks be to God chorus Simrock Scores published by Arthur P.
Pub lisher. Holograph manuscript, Plate H. London: Preston , n. Messiah: An Oratorio. In Score As it was Originally Perform'd. Composed by Mr. Handel; To which are added His additional alterations.
Plate BA Editor Nicolas Sceaux. Editor Paul-Gustav Feller. Editor Anthon Hansen. Editor Maximilian Arnke. New York: E. Kalmus , n.
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Kalmus Orchestra Series. Figures not included; original imprint and acknowledgment of continuo realization missing from reprint; some minor pencil marks. Editor Alfred Mann Jim Schwante. Manuscript, n.
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This manuscript contains the following numbers: , , 15, 17a, , , 30, 36a, 37 only recitatives , 38a, 39, 42, This manuscript contains numbers 4, 11, 15, 19, 25, 30, 39, 47, and Leipzig: C. Peters , n. Plate This file is part of the Sibley Mirroring Project. Boston: Oliver Ditson Company , Bland, n. The following songs appear twice in this book different sheets bound in : But thou didst not; Thy rebuke hath broken; He was despised; But who may abide the day. Songs and Airs of G. Handel, Vol. I: For High Voice pp.
Plate ML II: For Low Voice pp.
Editor Thomas A. Editor Robert A. Editor Beth Ratay. Editor Steven Lalsangliana Ralte. These files are part of the Orchestra Parts Project. About Prout's arrangement. Leipzig: Edition Peters , n. Arranger Friedrich Chrysander — Arranger Michel Rondeau. Recitative: Comfort Ye My People 3.
And the Glory of the Lord; Arranger William Henry Montgomery ? London: D'Almaine and Co. Plate 13, Arranger Anonymous 18th century. Pierre Gouin - Contact. Arranger Pierre Gouin - Contact.
edutoursport.com/libraries/2020-02-26/17.php Arranger Notenschreiber. Arranger Thomas Henry Wright London: C. Lonsdale , n. Arranger Leopold Godowsky — Louis: Art Publication Society , This file is from the MIT archive project. Arranger Philipp Roth — Plate V. Includes German text beneath cello staff. Arranger Anonymous. Arranger Carl Czerny Simrock , n. Arranger O B Brown Boston: Arthur P. Schmidt ,