George Frederick Handel: The Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy ; The Mormon Tabernacle Choir, Richard P. Condie ; Eileen Farrell, Martha Lipton, Davis Cunningham, William Warfield – Messiah (1973) 2xLP Stereo
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Messiah is a popular composition from German baroque composer George Frederick Handel.
This is a 1973 reissue.
Style: Baroque, Oratorio
Vinyl: VG+ / EX (vinyl is clean but plays with some minor surface noise.)
Cover: VG+ (minor corner wear.)
Label: Columbia Masterworks – M2S 607
|Part One: The Prophecy And The Fulfillment Of The Nativity|
|A2||Comfort Ye, My People|
|A3||Every Valley Shall Be Exalted|
|A4||And The Glory Of The Lord|
|A5||Thus Saith The Lord|
|A6||But Who May Abide|
|A7||And He Shall Purify|
|B1||Behold, A Virgin Shall Conceive|
|B2||O Thou That Tellest Good Tidings To Zion|
|B3||For Unto Us A Child Is Born|
|B5||There Were Shepherds|
|B6||And The Angel Said Unto Them|
|B7||And Suddenly There Was With The Angel|
|B8||Glory To God|
|B9||Then Shall The Eyes Of The Blind Be Opened|
|B10||He Shall Feed His Flock|
|C1||His Yoke Is Easy|
|Part Two: The Passion And The Resurrection|
|C2||Behold The Lamb Of God|
|C3||He Was Despised|
|C4||Surley He Hath Borne Our Griefs|
|C5||And With His Stripes We Are Healed|
|C6||All We Like Sheep Have Gone Astray|
|C7||Lift Up Your Hands|
|C8||Why Do The Nations?|
|D1||He That Dwelleth In Heaven|
|D2||Thou Shalt Break Them|
|Part Three: The Resurrection Of All Mankind To The Glory Of God|
|D4||I Know That My Redeemer Livith|
|D5||Behold, I Tell You A Mystery|
|D6||The Trumpet Shall Sound|
|D7||Worthy Is The Lamb|
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