‘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. Find composition details, parts / movement information and albums that contain performances of Te Deum (Dettingen) for soloists, on AllMusic. He certainly gave them that in the festive Dettingen Te Deum, hastily composed Hugely popular in Handel’s lifetime, the Te Deum has been sniffily treated by.
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Te Deum (Dettingen) for soloists, chorus & orchestra in D major, HWV 283
Site may not work as expected! Track List George Frideric Handel – The Dettingen Te Deum.
We praise Thee, O God. All the earth does worship Thee.
To Thee all angels cry aloud. To Thee Cherubin and Seraphim. The glorious company of th’apostles.
Dettingen Te Deum
Thine honourable, true, and only Son. Thou art the King of glory. When Thou tookest upon Thee. When Thou hadst overcome the sharpness of death.
Thou didst open the kingdom of heaven. Thou sittest at the right hand of God. We therefore pray Thee. Make them to be number’d.
Day by day we magnify Thee. And we worship Thy name. O Lord, in Deytingen have I trusted. The King shall rejoice. His honour is great. Though shalt give him everlasting felicity. Because the King putteth his trust in the Lord.
We will rejoice in Thy salvation. Total Playing Time 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.
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The dettingrn also features a young tenor by the name of Harry Christophers. 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. One finds gravitas and tenderness, but both consistently in the service of structural unity.
The result is vital and stimulating, and exhibits dettingn thoughtful balance between the printed page and instinctive musicianship. Indeed, this recording’s strong points could be included in a “How to” handbook on the art of Baroque performance.
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.
We praise Thee, O God 4: All the earth does worship Thee 2: To Thee all angels cry aloud 2: To Thee Cherubin and Seraphim 3: The glorious company of th’apostles 1: Thine honourable, true, and only Son 0: Thou art the King of glory 2: When Thou tookest upon Thee 3: When Thou hadst overcome the sharpness of death 0: Thou didst open the kingdom of heaven 1: Thou sittest at the right hand of God 3: We therefore pray Thee 1: Make them to be number’d 1: Day by day we magnify Thee 1: And we worship Thy name 2: Vouchsafe, O Lord 2: O Lord, in Thee have I trusted 3: The King shall rejoice 2: His honour is great 4: Though shalt give him everlasting felicity 2: Because the King putteth his trust in the Lord 2: We will rejoice in Thy salvation 2: