‘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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Share on facebook twitter tumblr. All the earth does worship Thee 2: And we worship Thy name 2: A thanksgiving prayer was issued to be read in all churches on Sunday 17 Julyand that same day Handel seized the initiative by commencing work on a large-scale Te Deum.

Dettingen Te Deum – Wikipedia

The ninth section, Thou sittest at the right hand of God, at over five minutes, is the longest movement and features enchanting solo and ensemble work by the alto, tenor, and bass singers.

In this group the art of fugue and counterpoint is splendidly illustrated, but never to the sacrifice of brilliant effect, which is also heightened by the trumpets in the accompaniments.

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Thou art the King of glory. The countertenor ge was probably Anselm Bayly, but it seems that he was not fond of the piece. The glorious company of th’apostles 1: An early conflict in the War of Austrian Succession, this was the last occasion on which a British monarch personally led an army and fought in battle. Instead of a short verse anthem with a small band of instruments, a large group dethingen musicians proceeded to play grand ceremonial music for nearly an hour.


Wikipedia article Hyperion Records. Skip to main content. On this recording two sections—the ad libitum and the opening of the Tte —are improvised by the organist Richard Marlow. His honour is great. When Thou tookest upon Thee 3: Thine honourable, true, and only Son 0: Juli an den Earl von Shaftesbury: Indeed, this recording’s strong points could be included in a “How to” handbook on the art of Baroque performance.

In addition to a substantial run of Italian operas between andwhich included new works and plenty of revivals, his oratorios were all envisaged for performance in theatres. The first section, We praise Thee, O God, is more martial and celebratory in its brass-prominent orchestral writing and reum choral character than the title would suggest. But the next movement, Day by day we magnify Thee, opens with a celebratory trumpet and orchestra, the joyous chorus soon joining in.

Dettingen Te Deum

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Te Deum in D major, HWV 283 (Handel, George Frideric)

George Frideric Handel Composer. Under his fervent, energetic direction, Trinity College Choir topped by a notably pure soprano line strike a nice balance between choral-scholarly refinement and earthy, swashbuckling directness in the swaggering D major choruses.


Das Anthem war am 3. Make them to be number’d 1: The following section When Thou settingen overcome the sharpness of death begins grimly with slashing string chords and dark choral writing, but the latter aspect soon turns festive and the remainder is lively and joyous.

Dettingen Te Deum

Abgesehen von einer erheblichen Zahl italienischer Opern zwischen undunter denen sich neue Werke und zahlreiche Wiederaufnahmen befanden, waren seine Oratorien genau, was man von dettinven Theatervorstellung erwartete. We therefore pray Thee 1: A few years after his introduction of English oratorio to the public inHandel started to exploit his renown as a brilliant virtuoso organist by performing the solo part in concertos in between the acts of oratorios.

A modern listener might disagree that such energetic musical excitement is unattractive.

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.

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