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Handel in the Wind: Messiah and Other Masterworks

Label: Red Priest Recordings
Released: 2019
Track listing: Suites from Messiah: Overture; Comfort Ye, Ev’ry Valley; Shepherds and Angels; Eternal Source of Light; Jaws of Darkness; Lost with Blindness; Jaws Return; The Recorder Shall Sound; Despised and Rejected; Siciliano Pedicuro; The Raging Nations; Breaking the Bonds; The Potter’s Vessel; Hallelujah; Rinaldo: Lascio Ch’lo Pianga; Trio Sonata in F Major, Op. 2 No. 4: I Largetto; II Vivace; III Adagio; Alla Breve; Allegro; Keyboard Suite in E: The Harmonious Blacksmith; Concerto Grosso, Op. 3 No. 2; Largo; Keyboard Suite in G Minor: Passacaglia; Zadok the Red Priest; Trio Sonata, Op. 2 No. 1: Aria Amorosa.

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Red Priest: Handel in the Wind: Messiah and Other Masterworks

Read "Handel in the Wind: Messiah and Other Masterworks" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

This particular performance of Messiah deserves its own seperate review, in addition to Handel's Messiah 2019. Red Priest, a Baroque specialty quartet named for that most famous Italian ginger of the period, Antonio Vivaldi, has been called: “visionary and heretical," “outrageous yet compulsive," “wholly irreverent and highly enlightened," and “completely wild and deeply imaginative." These expert ...


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