Characterized by gripping drama and at the same time by an intimacy of trust in God, something which was no longer a matter of course even in Mendelssohn’s lifetime, this oratorio offers a wealth of musical means of expression, ranging from total despair to tremendous joy and whipped-up agitation in the contest about the “true” God. Singers have a range of rewarding challenges in this work.
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Elias is sung in German. Performers: Letizia Scherrer, Sarah Wegener (soprano), Renée Morloc (alto), Werner Güra (tenore), Michael Volle (basso) – Kammerchor Stuttgart, Klassische Philharmonie Stuttgart – Frieder Bernius
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Soloist - soprano
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Soloist - alto
- Renée Morloc Personal details
Soloist - tenor
- Werner Güra Personal details
Soloist - bass
- Michael Volle Personal details
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