Handel Messiah Part One Sargent 1946....!

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Handel: The Messiah - Part III Huddersfield Choral Society and Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra Conducted by Malcolm Sargent Isobel Baillie, soprano Norman Walker, bass Herbert Bardgett, chorus master Edward Cooper, organist Harry Mortimer, trumpet Recorded on July 13, July 15 (Walker's side and the last two choruses) and September 26, 1946 (Baillie's sides), in Huddersfield Town Hall, Huddersfield, England. First issued in November, 1946, as English Columbia DX 1283 through DX 1301, and automatic couplings DX 8223 through DX 8241, in Masterworks Series No. 313. Issued in the USA in February, 1947, as Columbia Masterworks Set M-666 (records 71891-D through 71909-D), and in automatic sequence as MM-666 (records 71910-D through 71928-D), in two volumes of 9 and 10 records, respectively. Part Three contains the following numbers: (0:08) I know that my Redeemer liveth (8:30) Since by man came death (11:00) Behold, I tell you a mystery (11:39) The trumpet shall sound (15:47) Worthy is the Lamb (20:01) Amen
    

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Published Date : 2015-07-18T12:31:38.000Z

Handel: The Messiah - Part II Huddersfield Choral Society and Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra Conducted by Malcolm Sargent Isobel Baillie, soprano Gladys Ripley, contralto James Johnston, tenor Norman Walker, bass Herbert Bardgett, chorus master Edward Cooper, organist Recorded July 12-15 and September 26, 1946, in Huddersfield Town Hall, Huddersfield, England, on Columbia 78-rpm matrices CAX 9572 through CAX 9609. (Johnston's sides were recorded on the 12th and 13th, with Ripley's also on the 13th, Walker's on the 14th and 15th, and Baillie's on Sept. 26. The choral portions were recorded on all days.) First issued in November, 1946, as English Columbia DX 1283 through DX 1301, and automatic couplings DX 8223 through DX 8241, in Masterworks Series No. 313. Issued in the USA in February, 1947, as Columbia Masterworks Set M-666 (records 71891-D through 71909-D), and in automatic sequence as MM-666 (records 71910-D through 71928-D), in two volumes of 9 and 10 records, respectively. Part Two contains the following numbers: (0:08) Behold the Lamb of God (4:14) He was despised and rejected (9:04) Surely He hath borne our griefs (11:54) And with His stripes we are healed (14:13) All we like sheep have gone astray (19:03) All they that see Him (20:05) He trusted in God that He would deliver Him (22:23) Thy rebuke hath broken His heart (24:04) Behold and see if there be any sorrow (26:09) He was cut off out of the land of the living (26:32) But Thou didst not leave His soul in Hell (29:00) Lift up your heads, o ye gates (32:29) The Lord gave the Word (34:02) How beautiful are the feet (37:20) Their sound is gone out (39:26) Why do the nations so furiously rage together (42:04) Let us break their bonds asunder (44:26) He that dwelleth in Heaven (44:44) Thou shalt break them (46:48) Hallelujah!
    

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Handel: The Messiah - Overture and Part I Huddersfield Choral Society and Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra Conducted by Malcolm Sargent Isobel Baillie, soprano Gladys Ripley, contralto James Johnston, tenor Norman Walker, bass Herbert Bardgett, chorus master Edward Cooper, organist Recorded July 12-16 and September 26, 1946, in Huddersfield Town Hall, Huddersfield, England, on Columbia 78-rpm matrices CAX 9572 through CAX 9609. (Johnston's sides were recorded on the 12th and 13th, with Ripley's also on the 13th, Walker's on the 14th and 15th, and Baillie's on Sept. 26. The choral portions were recorded on all days except July 16, on which the two orchestra-only sides [Overture and Pastoral Symphony] sides were recorded.) First issued in November, 1946, as English Columbia DX 1283 through DX 1301, and automatic couplings DX 8223 through DX 8241, in Masterworks Series No. 313. Issued in the USA in February, 1947, as Columbia Masterworks Set M-666 (records 71891-D through 71909-D), and in automatic sequence as MM-666 (records 71910-D through 71928-D), in two volumes of 9 and 10 records, respectively. Part One contains the following numbers: (0:08) Overture (5:09) Comfort ye, my people (8:44) Ev'ry valley shall be exalted (12:35) And the glory of the Lord (15:45) Thus saith the Lord (17:39) But who may abide the day of His coming (22:46) And He shall purify (25:45) Behold, a virgin shall conceive (26:10) O Thou that tellest good tidings to Zion (33:03) Behold, darkness shall cover the earth (35:58) The people that walked in darkness (40:07) For unto us a Child is born (44:44) Pastoral Symphony (49:04) There were shepherds (49:25) And lo, the angel of the Lord (49:53) And the angel said unto them (50:40) And suddenly, there was with the angel (51:05) Glory to God in the highest (53:31) Rejoice greatly, o daughter of Zion (58:22) Then shall the eyes of the blind (58:51) He shall feed His flock (1:01:50) Come unto Him (1:05:39) His yoke is easy
    

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Published Date : 2011-01-31T21:54:28.000Z

These are extracts from 1946 recordings that can be downloaded in full at http://www.eavb.co.uk/lp/extrahandel.html

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