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Marcus Bosch|Mendelssohn: Sinfonie Nr. 2, 'Lobgesang' - Psalm 42

Mendelssohn: Sinfonie Nr. 2, 'Lobgesang' - Psalm 42

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Mendelssohn: Sinfonie Nr. 2, 'Lobgesang' - Psalm 42

Marcus Bosch

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1
Symphony No. 2 for Soloists, Chorus and Orchestra in B Major, Op. 52, MWV A18: I. Sinfonia
00:23:00

Aachen Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra - Vocapella Chorus, Choir - Katharina Hagopian, Performer - Marcus Bosch, Conductor - Mark Adler, Performer - Michaela Maria Mayer, Performer - Bible, Lyricist - Félix Mendelssohn, Composer

2012 MBM Musikproduktion KG 2012 Coviello Classics

2
Symphony No. 2 for Soloists, Chorus and Orchestra in B Major, Op. 52, MWV A18: II. Allegro moderato maestoso - Animato - Allegro di molto - Molto più moderato ma con fuoco. "Alles was Odem hat lobe den Herrn"
00:06:43

Michaela Maria Mayer, Performer - Katharina Hagopian, Performer - Marcus Bosch, Conductor - Aachen Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra - Vocapella Chorus, Choir - Mark Adler, Performer - Bible, Lyricist - Félix Mendelssohn, Composer

2012 MBM Musikproduktion KG 2012 Coviello Classics

3
Symphony No. 2 for Soloists, Chorus and Orchestra in B Major, Op. 52, MWV A18: III. Recitativ - Allegro moderato. "Saget es, die ihr erlöst seid durch den Herrn"
00:03:00

Mark Adler, Performer - Michaela Maria Mayer, Performer - Katharina Hagopian, Performer - Marcus Bosch, Conductor - Aachen Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra - Vocapella Chorus, Choir - Bible, Lyricist - Félix Mendelssohn, Composer

2012 MBM Musikproduktion KG 2012 Coviello Classics

4
Symphony No. 2 for Soloists, Chorus and Orchestra in B Major, Op. 52, MWV A18: IV. Chor. A tempo moderato. "Sagt es, die ihr erlöst seid vor dem Herrn"
00:01:53

Mark Adler, Performer - Michaela Maria Mayer, Performer - Katharina Hagopian, Performer - Marcus Bosch, Conductor - Aachen Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra - Vocapella Chorus, Choir - Bible, Lyricist - Félix Mendelssohn, Composer

2012 MBM Musikproduktion KG 2012 Coviello Classics

5
Symphony No. 2 for Soloists, Chorus and Orchestra in B Major, Op. 52, MWV A18: V. Andante. "Ich harrete des Herrn"
00:04:44

Mark Adler, Performer - Katharina Hagopian, Performer - Marcus Bosch, Conductor - Aachen Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra - Vocapella Chorus, Choir - Michaela Maria Mayer, Performer - Bible, Lyricist - Félix Mendelssohn, Composer

2012 MBM Musikproduktion KG 2012 Coviello Classics

6
Symphony No. 2 for Soloists, Chorus and Orchestra in B Major, Op. 52, MWV A18: VI. Allegro un poco agitato - Allegro assai agitato. "Strick des Todes hatten uns umfangen"
00:04:11

Mark Adler, Performer - Michaela Maria Mayer, Performer - Katharina Hagopian, Performer - Marcus Bosch, Conductor - Aachen Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra - Vocapella Chorus, Choir - Bible, Lyricist - Félix Mendelssohn, Composer

2012 MBM Musikproduktion KG 2012 Coviello Classics

7
Symphony No. 2 for Soloists, Chorus and Orchestra in B Major, Op. 52, MWV A18: VII. Allegro maestoso e molto vivace. "Die Nacht ist vergangen"
00:04:25

Katharina Hagopian, Performer - Marcus Bosch, Conductor - Vocapella Chorus, Choir - Aachen Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra - Michaela Maria Mayer, Performer - Mark Adler, Performer - Bible, Lyricist - Félix Mendelssohn, Composer

2012 MBM Musikproduktion KG 2012 Coviello Classics

8
Symphony No. 2 for Soloists, Chorus and Orchestra in B Major, Op. 52, MWV A18: VIII. Choral. Andante con moto - Un poco più animato. "Nun danket alle Gott"
00:04:30

Aachen Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra - Vocapella Chorus, Choir - Mark Adler, Performer - Michaela Maria Mayer, Performer - Katharina Hagopian, Performer - Marcus Bosch, Conductor - Félix Mendelssohn, Composer - Bible, Lyricist

2012 MBM Musikproduktion KG 2012 Coviello Classics

9
Symphony No. 2 for Soloists, Chorus and Orchestra in B Major, Op. 52, MWV A18: IX. Andante sostenuto assai. "Drum sing’ ich mit meinem Liede"
00:04:33

Mark Adler, Performer - Michaela Maria Mayer, Performer - Katharina Hagopian, Performer - Marcus Bosch, Conductor - Aachen Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra - Vocapella Chorus, Choir - Bible, Lyricist - Félix Mendelssohn, Composer

2012 MBM Musikproduktion KG 2012 Coviello Classics

10
Symphony No. 2 for Soloists, Chorus and Orchestra in B Major, Op. 52, MWV A18: X. Final Chorus. "Ihr Völker! bringet her dem Herrn Ehre und Macht"
00:05:28

Mark Adler, Performer - Michaela Maria Mayer, Performer - Katharina Hagopian, Performer - Vocapella Chorus, Choir - Marcus Bosch, Conductor - Aachen Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra - Bible, Lyricist - Félix Mendelssohn, Composer

2012 MBM Musikproduktion KG 2012 Coviello Classics

11
Wie der Hirsch schreit nach frischem Wasser, Op. 42, MWV A15: Chor. "Wie der Hirsch schreit"
00:05:38

Michaela Maria Mayer, Performer - Vocapella Chorus, Choir - Marcus Bosch, Conductor - Aachen Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra - Bible - Old Testament, Lyricist - Félix Mendelssohn, Composer

2012 MBM Musikproduktion KG 2012 Coviello Classics

12
Wie der Hirsch schreit nach frischem Wasser, Op. 42, MWV A15: Arie. "Meine Seele dürstet"
00:02:56

Michaela Maria Mayer, Performer - Vocapella Chorus, Choir - Marcus Bosch, Conductor - Aachen Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra - Bible - Old Testament, Lyricist - Félix Mendelssohn, Composer

2012 MBM Musikproduktion KG 2012 Coviello Classics

13
Wie der Hirsch schreit nach frischem Wasser, Op. 42, MWV A15: Recitativ. "Meine Thränen sind meine"
00:03:20

Michaela Maria Mayer, Performer - Vocapella Chorus, Choir - Marcus Bosch, Conductor - Aachen Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra - Bible - Old Testament, Lyricist - Félix Mendelssohn, Composer

2012 MBM Musikproduktion KG 2012 Coviello Classics

14
Wie der Hirsch schreit nach frischem Wasser, Op. 42, MWV A15: Chor. "Was betrübst du dich"
00:01:41

Michaela Maria Mayer, Performer - Vocapella Chorus, Choir - Marcus Bosch, Conductor - Aachen Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra - Bible - Old Testament, Lyricist - Félix Mendelssohn, Composer

2012 MBM Musikproduktion KG 2012 Coviello Classics

15
Wie der Hirsch schreit nach frischem Wasser, Op. 42, MWV A15: Recitativ. "Mein Gott, betrübt ist meine Seele"
00:01:29

Michaela Maria Mayer, Performer - Vocapella Chorus, Choir - Marcus Bosch, Conductor - Aachen Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra - Bible - Old Testament, Lyricist - Félix Mendelssohn, Composer

2012 MBM Musikproduktion KG 2012 Coviello Classics

16
Wie der Hirsch schreit nach frischem Wasser, Op. 42, MWV A15: Quintett. "Der Herr hat des Tages verheissen"
00:03:44

Aachen Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra - Michaela Maria Mayer, Performer - Vocapella Chorus, Choir - Marcus Bosch, Conductor - Félix Mendelssohn, Composer - Bible - Old Testament, Lyricist

2012 MBM Musikproduktion KG 2012 Coviello Classics

17
Wie der Hirsch schreit nach frischem Wasser, Op. 42, MWV A15: Schlusschor. "Was betrübst du dich meine Seele"
00:04:09

Michaela Maria Mayer, Performer - Vocapella Chorus, Choir - Marcus Bosch, Conductor - Aachen Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra - Bible - Old Testament, Lyricist - Félix Mendelssohn, Composer

2012 MBM Musikproduktion KG 2012 Coviello Classics

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