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Handel's famous oratorio - the story of Jesus' life told in magnificent music. Ring in the Christmas season with the London Mozart Players as they perform Handelâs beloved oratorio, Messiah. Four superb soloists join the University of Warwick Chamber Choir under Paul McGrath for this seasonal masterpiece. Messiah is divided into three parts. Part I - The prophecy and nativity of Christ as redeemer of the world. Part II - The Passion and its redemptive meaning, with the stirring âHallelujah Chorusâ. Part III - An affirmation of faith and the promise of redemption, resurrection and eternal life.Performers Jonathan Peter Kenny (counter tenor), Jonathan May (bass), Helen Williams (soprano), John Graham Hall (tenor).
Music Handel. Company London Mozart Players. Company University of Warwick Chamber Choir. Conductor paul McGrath.
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