Notes & Reviews:
These five splendid works for vocal soloists, chorus and orchestra were composed by Handel in the 1730s and 1740s. Treating both sacred and secular themes, they are inspired by the same dramatic genius that made Handel a master of opera. Conducting a dazzling array of soloists and Concentus Musicus Wien, the groundbreaking ensemble he established in the early 1950s, Nikolaus Harnoncourt unfolds their narratives with his customary flair, precision and immediacy.
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French Baroque Favorites. "Le Parnasse Français" Works by Charpentier, Clerambault, Couperin, Gilles / Renhard Goebel, Musica Antiqua Köln [10 CDs]
G.F. Handel: Oratorios - Messiah, AlexanderAEs Feast, Israel in Egypt, Brokes-Passion, Solomon, L'Allegro, il Penseroso ed il Moderato / McGegan, Neumann, Bernius, Speck [13 CDs]
Mozart 225 - The New Complete Edition - The most complete and authoritative recorded edition of Mozart's works [200 CDs]
Beethoven: The 9 Symphonies / Wilhelm Furtwangler, Vienna PO; Schwarzkopf, Hongen, Hopf, Edelmann. (mono, rec. 1948-54, remastered in 24 bit/96kHz) [5 CDs]
Mendelssohn: The 5 Symphonies; The 13 String Symphonies / Kurt Masur, Gewandhausorchester Leipzig; Concerto Koln; Bonney, Wiens, Schreier (rec. 1987-96) [6 CDs]
Beethoven: The Complete Piano Sonatas / Artur Schnabel, piano (mono, rec. 1932-35, remastered in 24 bit/96kHz) [8 CDs]