Cast thy burden upon the Lord. O Thou, who makest Thine angels. Is not His word like a fire! Woe, woe unto them who forsake Him!
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He shall perish! Man of God, now let my words. It is enough! See, now he sleepeth. Lift thine eyes to the mountains.
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He that shall endure to the end. Night falleth round me! O Lord. Behold, God the Lord passed by! Holy, holy, holy. Chorus and Recitative. Go return upon thy way. For the mountains shall depart. Then did Elijah the prophet break forth.https://enojegeddeh.tk/jos-filemn-tiliches-la-conquista-del-huehuentn.php
Malachim I (Kings 1): Chapter 18
Part 2. He shall perish! O Lord, now take away my life". O Lord". English German Paul Daniel and Bryn Terfel ensure that this is one of the most dramatic performances of the oratorio on disc, operatic in the best sense of the word. The young conductor, with the advantage of a period instrument orchestra and an excellent one at that, has looked anew at the score and as a consequence reveals much of the rhythmic and dynamic detail not always present in other performances.
His accomplishment in terms of pacing and of balance is also praiseworthy, and he earns further marks for using the trio, quartet and double quartet of soloists Mendelssohn asks for in specific pieces, so as to vary the texture of the music. Terfel simply gives the most exciting and vivid account of the prophet's part yet heard. His range, in terms of vocal register and dynamics, is huge; his expression, mighty and immediate, befits a man of Elijah's temperament. As the score demands, anguish, anger and sympathy are there in full measure, displayed in exceptional definition of words, and when this Elijah calls on the Lord for the saving rain, the Almighty could hardly resist such a commanding utterance.
Fleming sings "Hear ye, Israel" with plenty of feeling. Daniel uses a different mezzo for Jezebel with equally successful results. For the concerted numbers Daniel has chosen voices that nicely match each other in timbre.
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In every respect the orchestral playing on the new version is exemplary. Nobody rivals the dramatic range of Bryn Terfel in his portrayal of the prophet, at one moment compassionate and contemplative, then suddenly seized with rage and defiance. Related Albums. Release 01 Jul.
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