“Taurins is a consummate Handelian.” – The Globe and Mail
|Chapter 1: Sinfonia|
|2. Handel's Introduction|
|3. Recitative: Comfort ye|
|4. Air: Ev'ry valley|
|5. Handel's instructions to the audience|
|6. Chorus: And the glory of the Lord|
|7. Recitative: Thus saith the Lord|
|8. Air: But who may abide|
|9. Chorus: For unto us a child is born|
|10. Pifa / Recitative: There were shepherds|
|11. Chorus: Glory to God|
|12. Air: Rejoice greatly|
|13. Recitative: All they that see him|
|14. Chorus: He trusted in God|
|15. Recitative: Thy rebuke / Air: Behold and see|
|16. Recitative: He was cut off / Air: But thou didst not leave|
|17. Chorus: Hallelujah|
|18. Air: I know that my redeemer liveth|
|19. Recitative: Behold, I tell you a mystery / Air: The trumpet shall sound|
|20. Chorus: Worthy is the Lamb / Amen|
|21. Bonus: Jean-Joseph de Mondonville "Dominus regnavit"|
|22. Bonus: Vivaldi "Et in terra pax," from Gloria, RV 589|
|23. Bonus: J.S. Bach "Sicut era in principio," from Gloria, BWV 191|
|24. Bonus: Handel "And he shall purify." from Messiah|
|25. Bonus: Handel "For unto us a child is born, "from Messiah"|
This special commemorative edition was created in celebration of Jeanne Lamon’s exceptional three-decade leadership.
Originally recorded in 1994, this excellent rendition has stood the test of time.
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