This page lists all recordings of Messiah: How beautiful are the feet, by George Frideric Handel (1685-1759) on CD & download (MP3 & FLAC). Generally, more recent releases are listed first, but with priority given to those that are in stock.
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In Dublin’s fair City
David Leigh (organ)
The Choristers of Saint Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin, Stuart Nicholson (director)
A charming selection of sacred music for treble voices, plus a perennial Irish favourite, Cockles and Mussels, sung with irresistible Gaelic charm by the boy trebles of St Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin.
With varied accompaniment featuring organ, harp, and guitar, this is a beautiful collection of both well-loved, and some unfamiliar, instantly-appealing works for boys’ voices.
The first release for a number of years from St Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin – which has the only choir school in Ireland, founded over 500 years ago.
A generously filled disc at with over 70 minutes of music.
Usually despatched in 4 - 5 working days.
The Sublime Voice of Lynda Barrett
O Holy Night
Semele: Where'er you walk
Messiah: Come Unto Him All Ye That Labour
Messiah: How beautiful are the feet
The Little Road to Bethlehem
Lloyd Webber, A:
Requiem: Pie Jesu
You Raise Me Up
Vesperae Solennes de Confessore, K339: Laudate Dominum
arr. Neil Jenkins
S’altro che lagrime (from La clemenza di Tito)
Music for a while, Z583
When I am laid in earth (from Dido and Aeneas)
A Hymn to the Virgin, Op. 13 No. 2
The Lord bless you and keep you
The Sun Whose Rays (from The Mikado)
O Waly, Waly ('The Water is Wide')
arr. Mark Haye
Nulla in mundo pax sincera, motet for soprano, strings & continuo, RV 630
"The most wonderful natural soprano voice you will ever hear." Do not miss it.
Lynda has been singing since she was a young girl and today she has won many prizes and awards in Northern Ireland. She studied music at Queen's University, Belfast where she studied with the late great Irene Sandford. Much in demand as a soloist, Lynda also has been involved with Castleward Opera where she has sung a number of leading roles. She has also featured as guest soprano with the Ulster Orchestra in their series of Christmas Concerts as well as on television in different programmes for the BBC.
I first came across Lynda Barrett when she was singing as part of a choir that I was recording in St.Anne's Cathedral, Belfast. Suddenly in the solo section of an anthem a solo voice shone through that was something rather special and that nearly made me fall off my seat in amazement! It was a wonderful mixture of purity, clarity and beauty that was far removed from the average solo soprano. Not only was this a voice of rare quality but Lynda sang from the heart and not from the head. Here was a God given gift from a very modest lady, which i felt should be heard by a far wider audience. A CD was therefore born...
Lynda has recorded a programme of music that is delightful on the earand one that I feel best conveys the qualities of this superb voice captured for posterity.
Usually despatched in 8 - 10 working days.
Russell Oberlin - Handel Arias
Russell Oberlin (countertenor) & Albert Fuller (harpsichord)
Baroque Chamber Orchestra, Thomas Dunn
First release on CD
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A Choristers Year
William Ferris (treble)
The Choir of Arundel Cathedral, Elizabeth Stratford
Usually despatched in 2 - 3 working days.
Light of the World
Usually despatched in 3 - 4 working days.
Come, Come, My Voice
Nicholas Fletcher (treble), Philip Rushforth (organ)
Southwell Minster Choir, Paul Hale
This item is currently out of stock at the UK distributor. You may order it now but please be aware that it may be six weeks or more before it can be despatched.
Joan Sutherland: A Portrait
CD1: Sutherland Sings Handel
CD2: Sutherland sings Verdi and Bellini
CD3: The Art of the Prima Donna
The Soldier Tir'd of War's Alarms (Artaxerxes)
Sediziose voci (from Norma)
Casta Diva (from Norma)
Son vergin vezzosa (from I Puritani)
O rendetemi la speme...Qui la voce sua soave...Vien, diletto (from I Puritani)
Care compagne, et voi, teneri amici ... Come per me sereno (from La Sonnambula)
Où va la jeune Indoue? 'Bell Song' (from Lakmé)
Ah! Je veux vivre dans ce rêve (from Roméo et Juliette)
Ah! Je ris de me voir (from Faust)
Acis and Galatea: highlights
Joan Sutherland (Galatea), Peter Pears (Acis), Owen Brannigan (Polyphemus)
Philomusica of London, St Anthony Singers, Sir Adrian Boult
Messiah: Rejoice Greatly, O Daughter of Zion
Messiah: How beautiful are the feet
Messiah: I know that my Redeemer liveth
Messiah: If God be for us
George Malcolm (harpsichord)
London Symphony Orchestra, Sir Adrian Boult
Tornami a vagheggiar (from Alcina)
Ombre pallide (from Alcina)
Samson: Let the bright seraphim
Philomusica of London, Sir Anthony Lewis
O beau pays de la Touraine (from Les Huguenots)
Martern aller Arten (from Die Entführung aus dem Serail)
Bel raggio lusinghier (from Semiramide)
A vos jeux, mes amis (from Hamlet)
Mi parea … Piangea cantando 'Willow Song' (from Otello)
Ah, fors'è lui che l'anima (from La Traviata)
Sempre libera (from La Traviata)
Caro nome (from Rigoletto)
Regis presents a tribute to the incomparable soprano Joan Sutherland. Her artistry is showcased in three CDs of varied repertoire. The first displays her Handelian credentials, the second features the arias of Verdi and Bellini which established her reputation and the third presents the principal tracks from her incredibly successful solo albums, The Art of the Prima Donna Vols. 1&2.
3 CDs for the price of 2
“In her own time there was a tendency to take Sutherland for granted, so consistent were her high standards of technique, musicianship and, yes, acting. Her total command of the stage was always
formidable.” Gramophone Magazine
In stock - usually despatched within 1 working day.