‘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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Most surprising of all is the final movement. However, the conducting score of the ode shows that at some point—presumably —the end of the recitative was recomposed in order to allow dettingeb smooth transition to inserted music in A major, the key of the organ concerto.
Moreover, George had reputedly fought with a Hanoverian sash, not in British uniform. Juli an den Earl von Shaftesbury: Please use the dropdown buttons to set your preferred options, or use the checkbox to accept the defaults.
The second number “All the earth doth worship Thee” is also an alto solo with five-part chorus of the same general character.
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Most fundamentally, the battle at Dettingen was a peripheral skirmish, not one leading to an advantageous or desired peace treaty after a difficult prolonged war that deettingen not to come until Octoberwith the arguably unsatisfying Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle.
The seventh number is a stirring bass solo with trumpets. Mais, si tel fut bien son raisonnement, Haendel fit un mauvais calcul. Whether you want to see what we think of today’s latest releases or discover what our critics thought of your favourite recordings from the past, you will find it all in our full-searchable Reviews Database.
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The Dettingen Te Deum. Work Title Te Deum Alt ernative. Te Deum for the Victory of Dettingen. 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. Lasting about 40 minutes, the work is divided into 13 sections and scored for soprano, alto, tenor and bass soloists; five-part chorus; and orchestra.
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Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. And we worship Thy name 2: On this recording two sections—the ad libitum and the opening of the Grave —are improvised by the organist Richard Marlow. 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.
Skip to main content. The glorious company of th’apostles. Vouchsafe, O Lord 2: Handel presumably relished the opportunity to write grand ceremonial music for much larger forces than were available in the theatre an eyewitness of the rehearsal claims that there were 40 singers and playersbut it seems that the musical contributions to the coronation service were far from smooth.
Handel Edition [65 CDs]. It contains eighteen short solos and chorusesmostly of a brilliant, martial character, the solos being divided between the altobaritone dettnigen, and bass.
An impressive bass solo “Vouchsafe, O Lord” intervenes, and then the trumpets sound the stately symphony to the final chorus “O Lord, in Thee have I trusted”. It is unlikely that Handel ever performed with such a large choir again.
Dettingen Te Deum – Wikipedia
Wikipedia article Hyperion Records. On the King’s return a day of public thanksgiving was appointed, and Handel, at that time “Composer of the Musick to the Chapel Royal,” was commissioned to write a Te Deum and an anthem “The King Shall Rejoice” for the occasion.