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CD90007 Andreas Scholl in Auckland, 29 III 2011

CD90007  Andreas Scholl in Auckland, 29 III 2011
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CD90007 Andreas Scholl in Auckland, 29 III 2011

Here is today's broadcast of Andreas Scholl's recent concert in New Zealand:

HANDEL Coronation Anthem - Let thy hand be strengthened Ombra mai fù (Xerxes) Vivi, tiranno (Rodelinda) Dove sei (Rodelinda)

BACH Cantata 170 - Vergnügte Ruh

HANDEL Arias, Duets and Choruses from Solomon

TRADITIONAL I am a poor wayfaring stranger

PURCELL Fairest isle (King Arthur)

Andreas Scholl - countertenor Pepe Becker - soprano Iain Tetley - tenor John Wells - organist AK Barok - orchestra Musica Sacra - choir Indra Hughes - conductor

Recorded in the Auckland Town Hall by Radio New Zealand on 29 March 2011.

I couldn't capture RNZ's webstream (64 kbps WMA) directly so I recorded it with "dradio-Recorder" at the highest quality setting to minimise artefacts from re-encoding. At this setting, the recording uses a sampling rate of 48 instead of 44.1 kHz, which cannot be changed, so this concert comes as a 256 kbps / 48 kHz MP3 file.

PLEASE CLICK BELOW FOR A SAMPLE OF THIS RECORDING


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