Description: EMI have just released a DVD of King's College Choir performing Handel's Messiah. You can buy both the DVD and CD from the The Shop at King's, King's Parade, Cambridge or online from the Friends of King's website - www.kingsfriends.org or on the EMI website: www.emiclassics.com/dvds.phpThe Messiah DVD captures an extraordinary performance in the magnificent setting of the College Chapel. The performance was recorded during this year's Easter at Kings festival and was screened in over 85 cinemas across Europe and North America. It was the first time a choral concert had been broadcast live throughout cinemas.The critically-acclaimed concert features the Academy of Ancient Music conducted by Stephen Cleobury together with with soloists Ailish Tynan, Alice Coote, Allan Clayton and Matthew Rose, and the King's College Choir. The concert commemorated both the 250th anniversary of the death of George Frideric Handel and the 800th anniversary of the University of Cambridge.
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More on this programme: www.bbc.co.uk The choir of King's College Cambridge sing the Hallelujah Chorus from Messiah by GF Handel in the college chapel.
Even though it was sung near the end I submit the work at the beginning of the Easter post 2011. As a past chorale Tenor, and a fan of the piece, I respect the offering here from Kings for what it was--sublime! Wikipedia The most famous movement is the "Hallelujah" chorus, which concludes the second of the three parts. The text is drawn from three passages in the New Testament book of Revelation: And I heard as it were the voice of a great multitude, and as the voice of many waters, and as the voice of mighty thunderings, saying, Alleluia: for the Lord God omnipotent reigneth. (Revelation 19:6) And the seventh angel sounded; and there were great voices in heaven, saying, The kingdoms of this world are become the kingdoms of our Lord, and of his Christ; and he shall reign for ever and ever. (Revelation 11:15) And he hath on his vesture and on his thigh a name written, KING OF KINGS, AND LORD OF LORDS. (Revelation 19:16) In many parts of the world, it is the accepted practice for the audience to stand for this section of the performance. The tradition is said to have originated with the first London performance of Messiah, which was attended by King George II. As the first notes of the triumphant Hallelujah Chorus rang out, the king rose to his feet and remained standing until the end of the chorus. Royal protocol has always dictated that when the monarch stands, everyone in the monarch's presence is also required to stand. Thus, the entire audience and orchestra stood when ...
From 'Mass for the Octave of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary' Taken from the CD "Gregorian Chant~Choir of King's College,Campridge" EMI Classics Conducted by Stephen Cleobury 'The plainchant performed here by the men of King's College Choir evokes the soundscape of late medieval Britain, transporting the listener back in time to the early sixteenth century, and to choral services as they were sung in one of England's most magnificent buildings: The Chapel of King's College, Campridge' 2005 EMI Records Ltd www.emiclassics.com
HALLELUJAH! for the Lord God omnipotent reigneth. The kingdom of this world is become the kingdom of our Lord, and of His Christ: and He shall reign for ever and ever. KING OF KINGS, and LORD OF LORDS, HALLELUJAH! Алілуя, бо запанував Господь, наш Бог Вседержитель! Перейшло панування над світом до Господа нашого та до Христа Його, і Він зацарює на вічні віки! Цар над царями, і Пан над панами.
The Choir of King's College, Cambridge is one of today's most accomplished and renowned representatives of the great British choral tradition. It was created by King Henry VI, who founded King's College, Cambridge in 1441, to provide daily singing in his Chapel, which remains the main task of the choir to this day. Today the choir is directed by Stephen Cleobury and derives much of its fame from the Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols, broadcast worldwide to millions on Christmas Eve every year, and the TV service Carols from King's which accompanies it.
The choir of King's College Cambridge sing the Hallelujah Chorus from Messiah by GFHändel in the Dominican church in Dubrovnik.20.08.2012. As I couldn't find it anywhere in youtube and wanted to share it with all my friends and the others, I have uploaded it myself. It is really fantastically done oratorio and after the Mozart Requiem they sang it as an encore. What a night! What a felicity and blessing!! The Choir of King's College, Cambridge with Stephen Cleobury did it great!!
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Georg Friedrich Händel - Oratorio - Messiah, HWV 56 Part 2, No. 44 Chorus Hallelujah Chorus Performed by The English Concert & Choir Hallelujah, for the Lord God Omnipotent reigneth, Hallelujah! The Kingdom of this world is become the Kingdom of our Lord and of his Christ, and he shall reign for ever and ever, Hallelujah! King of Kings, and Lord of Lords, and he shall reign for ever and ever, Hallelujah! (Revelation 19:6; 11:15; 19:16) Directed from the harpsichord by Trevor Pinnock Remember: to watch in stereo quality, just add &fmt=18 to the link.
www.AlphabetPhotography.com - On Nov.13 2010 unsuspecting shoppers got a big surprise while enjoying their lunch. Over 100 participants in this awesome Christmas Flash Mob. This is a must see! *You can now purchase the audio from this performance on ITunes, and Amazon.com! Just search "Christmas food court flash mob" or use these direct links http www.amazon.com This flash mob was organized by www.AlphabetPhotography.com to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas! To learn more about Alphabet Photography Inc. and to receive news and updates join our facebook page! http
The Choir of King's College, Cambridge, under the direction of Stephen Cleobury, perform the Alleluia from César Franck's Choeur de Pâques. The piece features treble solos from King's choristers Sam Landman, Charlie Phillips, and Fergus Thirlwell. In a testament to the high-calibre academic and musical education available to collegiate and cathedral choristers, all three boys, when they moved on from King's, were awarded music scholarships to Eton College. [ Recording available on the disk 'Heavenly Voices' (EMI Classics, 2004). ]
As i can't find it anywhere on youtube and want to share it with others, i uploaded it myself. It is really great done oratorio, recorded in 1994. I love it becuase of really great sound of men and boy's voices. The Choir of King's College, Cambridge with Stephen Cleobury did it great. Even if i am not religious the sound of voices lifts you up. I am adding also this video for the people who thinks conductor is just a not needed "maniac" waving his stick. www.youtube.com and an old book www.hartenshield.com
Georg Friedrich Händel (1685~1759) 《Messiah》oratorio, HWV 56 (1752 Version, only authentic conventional SATB version) Part 2 - chorus: "Hallelujah" The Choir of King's College, Cambridge The Brandenburg Consort Stephen Cleobury (conductor)
The choir of Kings College, Cambridge sing John Rutter's arrangement of Adolphe Adam's wonderful carol O Holy Night during Carols From Kings 2009.
King`s College Choir, Cambridge - God so loved the world (Stainer) Carols from King 1997
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