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Handel’s Messiah from Trinity Church, New York

From: WQXR
Length: 03:00:29

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Handel’s “Messiah” performed by The Trinity Choir and Trinity Baroque Orchestra, conducted by Julian Wachner. The program is hosted by WQXR’s David Garland and noted choral conductor, Kent Tritle. The concert was recorded live at Trinity Church in December of 2011. Read the full description.

Trinity-wall-street-exterior-snow_small Handel’s “Messiah” performed by The Trinity Choir and Trinity Baroque Orchestra, conducted by Julian Wachner.

The program is hosted by WQXR’s David Garland and noted choral conductor, Kent Tritle.   The concert was recorded live at Trinity Church in December of 2011.  The program also features a portrait of the church and surrounding lower Manhattan community in December of 2001, just two months after the September 11th attacks.

Also  included - Christmas Carols by the Trinity Choir with conductor Owen Burdick:  Sussex Carol (trad)  Away in a Manger (trad) The Holly and the Ivy (trad)  The Three Kings, by Peter Cornelius.

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Piece Description

Handel’s “Messiah” performed by The Trinity Choir and Trinity Baroque Orchestra, conducted by Julian Wachner.

The program is hosted by WQXR’s David Garland and noted choral conductor, Kent Tritle.   The concert was recorded live at Trinity Church in December of 2011.  The program also features a portrait of the church and surrounding lower Manhattan community in December of 2001, just two months after the September 11th attacks.

Also  included - Christmas Carols by the Trinity Choir with conductor Owen Burdick:  Sussex Carol (trad)  Away in a Manger (trad) The Holly and the Ivy (trad)  The Three Kings, by Peter Cornelius.

Timing and Cues

PART ONE 1:00:59

In: Music “From Trinity Church…
out: “…from WQXR in New York” music out


ONE MINUTE BREAK

PART TWO 1:45:57

In: “I’m David Garland…”
Out: “This program is a production of WQXR in New York.”

ONE MINUTE BREAK

PART THREE 10:32

In: “I’m David Garland….
Out: “This program is a production of WQXR in New York.”

ONE MINUTE BREAK

Musical Works

Title Artist Album Label Year Length
Messiah The Trinity Choir and Trinity Baroque Orchestra, conducted by Julian Wachner Handel’s Messiah from Trinity Church, New York. WQXR 2011 02:59:00
Sussex Carol (trad) Away in a Manger (trad) The Holly and the Ivy (trad) The Three Kings, by Peter Cornelius Trinity Choir with conductor Owen Burdick Christmas at Trinity. Naxos 2001 :00