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Handel: Der Messias CD, Importación

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CD de audio , CD, Importación, 23 dic 1997
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  • CD de audio (23 de diciembre de 1997)
  • Número de discos: 3
  • Formato: CD, Importación
  • Sello: Deutsche Grammophon Classics
  • ASIN: B000026IBP
  • Ediciones a la venta: Música MP3
  • Valoración media de los clientes: 5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas  Ver todas las opiniones (2 opiniones de clientes)
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Si le gusta su "Messiah" a tempi rápidos, coros ágiles replicando a la orquesta y cantado en inglés, esta interpretación ("Der Messias") no es para Ud. Presentada en tres CDs, está cantado en alemán (no olvidemos que Händel nació en Halle y sólo era inglés de adopción) y es una interpretación que busca la trascendencia. Se saborea sin prisas gracias, en no poca medida, a los solistas vocales que son sublimes: una Gundula Janowitz en lo más alto de sus poderes expresivos de dicción impecable; una Marga Höffgen auténtica contralto (no mezzo); un Ernst Häfliger sobresaliente en sus partes de tenor y un Franz Crass impecable como bajo. Como de costumbre, la Munich Bach Orchestra toca soberbiamente a tempi lentos y expansivos y el coro nos recuerda de la gran tradición coral germánica. La toma de sonido analógica (1965) es espléndida en este reprocesado.

¿Una primera elección? Posiblemente, si sólo estuviéramos hablando de cuarteto vocal solista y del coro.
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Llevaba mucho tiempo intentando adquirir esta obra, un día me decidí y la compré. Me llegó en el tiempo estimado y, como suponía, es una maravilla de oratorio. Gracias.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Highly Recommendable (But Certainly NOT a First Choice) Messiah 28 de abril de 2013
Por Gregory E. Foster - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
First, right off the bat, this is not a first choice Messiah recording for anyone to honestly consider because it is in German versus the English that Handel "wrote" it in, and intended for it to be performed in.

There are many, many, recordings of this work, as you must already know, and a great many of them deserve a place on your shelves (if you are so inclined, I personally have over 35 recordings and "growing"). I refrain from even bringing them into this recording for ANY reason given that this one is in German and they are in the original English, I fail to see any reason to compare in any way whatsoever between them and this.

This recording, conducted by Karl Richter is a tad slow and deliberate, but in no way is it to be considered as a flaw here to this "performance" if you will.

Here you will find Gundula Janowitz at the peak of her truly wonderous powers, expressive and clearly caught during the recording. Her delivery is delightful to experience in the German language. Marga Hoffgen is a plus in that she is not the usual mezzo that we get on most recordings, but a true dyed-in-the-wool contralto, refreshing and notable for that. Ernst Haefliger (pianist Andreas Haefliger is his son) was an outstanding tenor, and his presence here on this recording is also one of its great assets, needing to be heard for his interpretation. Franz Crass also stands out here (as he seems always did in everything he sang) and should not be missed.

Richter was an outstanding musician, artist, and conductor, and his instincts nearly always proved correct or positive in everything he ever recorded, and surely performed (although I never had the chance to experience him in person) and this set with the Munich Bach Orchestra holds up very well, though not as lively as his English recording with the London Philharmonic. The choir/choral sections are not quite as crisp and light as on the London Philharmonic recording, and I would naturally assume that is because of Richter's tempi here, and so, as I said above, a somewhat deliberate experience, but worthy of your listening time and money to procure a copy of it. The sound, otherwise, is simply wonderful and holds up well in its mastering here on this cd release.

So, not your first choice, but certainly to be considered for its captivating "differentness" in the German language and for Hoffgen's contribution, that will surely please you and become a valued "alternative" for occasional listening, "a new experience" of an "old beloved work" by the greatest oratorio composer who ever put pen to paper.

Enjoy this, it is worthy!

'~operabruin
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A beautiful Messiah performance in German 25 de abril de 2014
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This is a wonderful recording of Handel's Messiah sung in German. I bought it because Messiah is my favorite of all classical works and I love to hear singing in German. I also very much like Gundula Janowitz, but all the soloists on this recording are excellent in my opinion. It certainly will not replace my favorite English Messiah recordings but I am very happy to have this and appreciate the quality of the recording. You can listen to clips. Just go to www.Amazon.de then type in the search for "der messias richter" and you will find it with playable clips and more reviews, which can be read somewhat if you let your browser translate to English. Interestingly it is packaged on three discs, though it will fit on two discs. Mine came nicely packaged in a double wide jewel case with a booklet that is entirely in German and basically lists the track titles and gives the texts of each track, and then there is a photograph at the end which I presume is Richter himself. It is listed as a 1965 recording ADD, stereo.

I should add the following note translated (by someone in Germany) for me from the booklet:
"In order to achieve a tight musical flow, chorus #39 ("Let us break their bonds asunder") was not recorded, as this merely further depicts the uproar/tumult of the immediately preceding bass aria #38 ("Why do the nations"). Similarly, due to dramaturgical considerations, the strongly retarding numbers 48 ("O death where is thy sting"), 49 ("Thanks be to God") and 50 ("If God be for us") in the third part of the work were also left out"

I find it odd that these 4 parts would be left out, and if this were an English language Messiah I would not be pleased about that, but I would still likely buy this German one for Janowitz part, even if there is another non-Mozart German edition available. I still give it 5 stars because I really like it a lot and in fact just listened to it 4 times in a row, enjoying every minute of it.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Tremendous Messiah Rendition 3 de junio de 2011
Por Harry Littell - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I had heard it said that the Martin Luther's translation of the Bible was the most accurate. I also had studied some German in college and simply wanted to hear it sung in German. This is what led me to this rendition which I purchased as a 3 LP set some time in the early 1970's.

Missing having heard it for years, and now knowing my LP's are in storage and that my stereo will no longer accommodate playing vinyl records, I recently looked around and found this on CD.

I think what Karl Richter does here is incredible. I love the voices and the interpretation as well as the instrumentation are wonderful.

The nice thing about this rendition as a complete score is that for me, it doesn't get bogged down as it seems so many conductors who do so in the English versions. In other words, it doesn't get boring, thus sending one back to the shortened versions. I think part of it is because Karl Richter is at heart a true and reliable interpreter of the Baroque. So you get that strong element rather than this, at times, incessant need to make a new approach which has the intent of modernizing the piece, often in turn losing the deeper cultural impact that Handel clearly intended.

As such, the piece carries itself through so much nicer than most English versions, remaining uplifting consistently all the way through. Also, if one has listened to an English version often enough to memorize most or all of it, which is not hard to do, then this version is very easy to understand and to interpret even if a person has little or no background in the German language.

As such, this rendition is not to me just an important one but also a cherished possession.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas less sucessful than Richter's English version, but.. 19 de noviembre de 2012
Por Jon Miller ('Kirk') - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio
...by no means a negligible performance. Tempi are a bit slower and the chorus a bit heavier-perhaps as a reult of the tempi. The chorus still sounds quite beautiful and is a joy to hear. Three of the four singers are superb: Janowitz, Haefliger, and Crass. Both soprano and bass possess extremely beautiful voices and sing with taste and feeling (try the "Rejoice Greatly" of Janowitz, for example.)" Haefliger was a great interpreter of Baroque music and a favorite Bach Evangelist of Eugen
Jochum. I do find other tenor voices somewhat more attactive, e.g Stuart Burrows in Richter's English Messiah and Philip Langridge in Marriner's Decca Messiah. Marga Hoffgen was a true contralto
and excellent musician-she also sang the contralto role in Jochum's St. Matthew Passion. But I do not
warm to her voice, an entirely subjective judgment of course. I do prefer this performance to Marriner's German language version on EMI, despite some attractive qualities which it possesses (see my review). Richter's DG Messiah in English remains my favorite.