‘The Dettingen Te Deum is a cracking work and a deservedly popular part of Handel’s corpus. This recording shows off the piece’s martial exuberance. He certainly gave them that in the festive Dettingen Te Deum, hastily composed to celebrate George II’s victory against the French in – the last time a British . Dettingen Te Deum: George Frideric Handel: Life: and Hercules (), and the Dettingen Te Deum (), celebrating the English victory over the French at .
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Juli an den Earl von Shaftesbury: On this recording two sections—the ad libitum and the opening of the Grave —are improvised by the organist Richard Marlow. Thou sittest at the right hand of God 3: This is an energetic and well-managed recording, with precise but never mechanical execution by the band and signing that displays both the sterling quality of the soloists and the choral singing of the time-honored English cathedral tradition in a rich and reverberant setting.
Though shalt give him everlasting felicity 2: Archiv has a meticulous and time-honored reputation for producing historically informed recordings of music from the Baroque era, many of which owned the turf from the day they were released. For this, and also some other passages in the score, Handel was influenced by a Latin setting of the Te Deum by Francesco Antonio Urio.
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Under his fervent, energetic direction, Trinity College Choir topped by a notably pure soprano line strike a nice balance between choral-scholarly refinement and earthy, swashbuckling directness in the swaggering D major choruses.
Welcome to Hyperion Records, an independent British classical label devoted to presenting high-quality recordings of music of all styles and from all periods from the twelfth century to the twenty-first. Der Text wird aus 1. After a brief instrumental preludethe work opens with the triumphant, jubilant chorus with trumpets and drums “We praise Thee, O God”written for the five parts, the sopranos being divided into first and seconds, containing also a short alto solo leading to a closing fugue.
Retrieved from ” http: Indeed, this recording’s strong points could be included in a “How to” handbook on the art of Baroque performance. The King shall rejoice 2: Thou didst open the kingdom of heaven 1: Don’t show me this message again.
Nevertheless, it is likely that he envisaged the opportunity to compose and perform a celebratory choral piece on a similarly ambitious scale in the summer ofwhen news reached London that on 27 June George II had led an army to victory against the French at the Battle of Dettingen.
This Archiv release is truly something special; even at the age of 25, it can and should still command the respect and admiration of Handelians elsewhere. The performance for the King eventually took place at the Chapel Royal morning service on Sunday 27 November, five months to the day since the Battle of Dettingen.
Abgesehen von einer erheblichen Zahl italienischer Opern zwischen undunter denen sich neue Werke und zahlreiche Wiederaufnahmen befanden, waren seine Oratorien genau, was man von einer Theatervorstellung erwartete. Choral-orchestral balance is ideally judged in the atmospheric acoustic of Trinity College Chapel.
This page was last edited on 4 Augustat It begins with a long alto solo with delicate oboe accompaniment that makes the effect very impressive when voices and instruments take up the phrase in a magnificent outburst of power and rich harmony, and carry it to the close. Duration 40 minutes Composer Time Period Comp.
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Make them to be number’d. An early conflict in the War of Austrian Succession, this was the last occasion on which a British monarch personally led an army and fought in battle.
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We therefore pray Thee. A fanfare of trumpets introduces the next four numbers, all choruses. Thine honourable, true, and only Son. We praise thee, O God All the earth doth worship thee To thee all angels cry aloud To thee Cherubin and Seraphin continually do cry The glorious company of the apostles praise thee Thou art the King of Glory When thou tookest upon thee to deliver man When deu hadst overcome the sharpness of handdel Thou sittest at the right hand of God We believe that thou shalt come to be our judge Sinfonia We therefore pray thee, ts thy servants Make them to be numbered with thy saints in glory everlasting Day by day we magnify thee Vouchsafe, O Dettingeh, to keep us this day without sin O Lord, in thee have I trusted.
Track List George Frideric Handel – Gramophone’s expert reviews easier than ever before. Stephen Layton obviously believes strongly in a work that today ranks almost as neglected Handel. A thanksgiving prayer was issued to be read in all churches on Sunday 17 Julyand that same day Handel seized the initiative by commencing work on a large-scale Te Deum. Day by day we magnify Thee.
The solos were clearly written to cater for their particular voices: Moreover, George had reputedly fought with a Hanoverian sash, not in British uniform. Hyperion offers both CDs, and downloads in a number of formats. It is followed by a semi-chorus in three parts “To Thee all Angels cry aloud”plaintive in style, and leading to the full chorus “To Thee, Cherubin and Seraphim”which is majestic in its movement and rich in harmony.
Le dernier mouvement est le plus surprenant de tous. Te Deum in D, ‘Dettingen’.
The result is vital and stimulating, and exhibits a thoughtful balance between the printed page and instinctive musicianship. When Thou tookest upon Thee 3: We will rejoice in Thy salvation.
His honour is great. Detingen, si tel fut bien son raisonnement, Haendel fit un mauvais calcul.
Day by day we magnify Thee 1: Vouchsafe, O Lord 2: And we worship Thy name 2: All the earth does worship Thee 2: Retrieved from ” https: On the King’s return a day of public thanksgiving was appointed, and Handel, at that time “Composer of the Musick to the Chapel Royal,” was commissioned to write a Te Deum and an anthem “The King Shall Rejoice” for the occasion.