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My wife had this version, but damaged it. It HAD to be replaced with this exact one, She is very happy with it.Published 19 days ago by Paul K.
Not quite what Handel intended, although it's somewhat historically aware, unlike about 500 other recordings. There are many much more deviant ones. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Doug J.
Beautifully sung, wonderful orchestration. Appreciate the lyrics printed out for me to follow.Published 6 months ago by Michael Frumess
I was looking for the very first recording Shaw made with a small orchestra, sometime back in the late 60's or early 70's. This is not it! If you can afford $200 (! Read morePublished 12 months ago by joeayah
Full and unabridged.
Highest quality performance you will ever hear.
On par with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir's "Messiah."
This digital remaster of the 1960s analog recording is superb. And I liked Shaw's performance from the first time I heard it in 1968. Read morePublished on December 25, 2012 by John O. Yoder
Robert Shaw and his chorale is by far the best. I have performed with a master chorale group for a few years and our director consistently recommends Robert Shaw for our... Read morePublished on December 3, 2012 by JennyR
Judith Raskin, Soprano; Florence Kopleff, Contralto; Richard Lewis, Tenor; Thomas Paul, Bass.
The Robert Shaw Chorale and Orchestra/Robert Shaw, Conductor. Read more