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CD93327 Hiller/ Zerstoerung Jerusalems - Leipzig 2011

CD93327 Hiller/ Zerstoerung Jerusalems - Leipzig 2011
CD93327 Hiller/ Zerstoerung Jerusalems - Leipzig 2011
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CD93327 Hiller/ Zerstoerung Jerusalems - Leipzig 2011

Here is by a member´s request the upload of the seldom played oratorio Die Zerstoerung Jerusalems by the romavtic composer Ferdinand Hiller in a very good performance from Leipzig celebrating the 200th birthday of Hiller and the 150th anniversary of the Leipzig Gewandhaus chorus.

Ferdinand Hiller (1811 - 1889) "Die Zerstörung Jerusalems", Oratorium op. 24

Gudrun Sidonie Otto, Sopran (Ramital) Annette Markert, Alt (Hannah) Patrick Grahl, Tenor (Zelikia) Tobias Hunger, Tenor (Arikam) Daniel Ochoa, Bass (Jeremias) Isabelle Meyer-Kalis, Sopran (Israelische Jungfrau) Reinaldo Dopp, Tenor (Ein Flüchtling) Manuel Helmeke, Bass (Herold)

GewandhausChor, Vocalconsort Leipzig, camerata lipsiensis,

Leitung: Gregor Meyer

Aufnahme vom 16.11.2011, Gewandhaus Leipzig

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