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Christus Im Olberge

Ludwig Van Beethoven Audio CD

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1. Introduction (Grave-Adagio)
2. Recit: Jehova, Du Mein Vater!...(My Father, O My Father!...)
3. Aria: Meine Seele Ist Erschuttert (All My Soul Within Me Shudders)
4. Recit: Erzittre, Erde, Jehova's Sohn Liegt Hier!...(Now Tremble, Nature, For This Is God's Own Son!...)
5. Aria: Preist, Preist Des Erlosers Gute (Praise The Redeemer's Goodness)
6. Chorus & Solo: O Heil Euch, Ihr Erlosten (Oh, Triumph, All Ye Ransom'd)
7. Doch Weh! Die Frech Entehren (But Woe To Those Despising)
8. Recit: Verkundet, Seraph, Mir Dein Mund...(Canst Thou
9. Duet: So Ruhe Denn Mit Ganzer Schwere (On Me, Then, Fall Thy Heavenly Judgement)
10. Recit: Willkommen, Tod!...(Then Welcome, Death!...)
11. Chorus: Wir Haben Ihn Gesehen (We Surely Shall Find Him Here)
12. Recit: Die Mich Zu Fangen Ausgezogen Sind...(They Who Have Been Sent Here To Take Me...)
13. Chorus: Hier Ist Er, Der Verbannte (Behold Him, The Deceiver)
14. Recit: Nicht Ungestraft Soll Der Verwegnen Schar...(Not Unchastised Shall This Audacious Band...)
15. Trio: In Meinen Adern Wuhlen Gerechter Zorn Und Wuth (My Inmost Heart Is Burning With Righteous Wrath And Zeal)
16. Chorus & Solo: Auf! Auf! Ergreifet Den Verrather (Haste! And Seize The Traitor)
17. Chorus: Welten Singen Dank Und Ehre...Preiset Ihn, Ihr Engelchore (Hallelujah...Praise The Lord, Ye Angelic Choirs)

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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent Recording of an Under-Appreciated Work Feb. 28 2005
By Jason Siegel - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Beethoven's Christ on the Mount of Olives is rarely performed or recorded, and is often criticized for its mixture of operatic and oratorio forms (which are not so different to begin with). However, it's a wonderful little piece that has more affinities with Mozart's Magic Flute than Bach's Passions. It includes a lovely duet (gorgeously sung here by Gedda and Deutekom), an even better trio, a neat little fugue, and an awesome choral number depicting the Roman soldiers capturing Jesus, which sounds like a German drinking song! Gedda sings a heroic Jesus with a voice that is both powerful and mellifluous. His performance is itself worth the price of the CD. Sotin and Deutekom (one of the most under-appreciated sopranos on record)are also excellent, and the orchestral playing conducted by Wangenheim is extremely spirited. Needless to say, I highly recommend this recording.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars more credible version May 15 2013
By Gustavo Rodriguez Jara - Published on Amazon.com
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I own the Armony Mundi version,with choeurs et orchestre National de Lyon ,directed by Serge Baudo and the Helmuth Rilling version of Hänssler Classic ; both DDD. This one ADD with not so clear instrumental sound ( only four stars),but far better vocalist,passionate and credible.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Classic! April 16 2014
By Alex Jones - Published on Amazon.com
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This is one of my favourite classical recordings of all time. The vocals and the interpretation of the score surpass any other versions that have been recorded in the 40+ years since this performance was recorded!
0 of 4 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Beethoven is Beethoven and this is too loud. Dec 13 2009
By Aramovich - Published on Amazon.com
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As is usual with the modern interpretations of Beethoven's music, this has one volume - too loud. There is a definite lack of subtlety in this recording so only if you are in love with the way odd numbered symphonies are recorded post Bernstein, you'll like this. Otherwise, steer clear,

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