Mendelssohn: Elias. Carus Choir Coach

Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy

Elijah

Ein Oratorium nach Worten des Alten Testaments

MWV A 25, 1845-1846

Description

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. 

 

The Carus Choir Coach offers choir singers the unique opportunity to study and learn their own, individual choral parts within the context of the sound of of the entire choir and orchestra. For every vocal range a separate CD containing each choir part is available. The CD is based on recorded interpretations by renowned artists who have performed the work from carefully prepared Carus Urtext editions. Each choir part is presented in three different versions:

  • Original recording
  • Coach: each part is accompanied by the piano, with the original recording sounding in the background
  • Coach in slow mode: the tempo of the coach slows down to 70% of the original version – through this reduction passages can be learned more effectively.


A look inside

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4 CDs

Sopran 40.130/91
special format, CD (jewel case)
EUR20,00 / copies
available

4 CDs

Alt 40.130/92
special format, CD (jewel case)
EUR20,00 / copies
available

4 CDs

Tenor 40.130/93
special format, CD (jewel case)
EUR20,00 / copies
available

4 CDs

Bass 40.130/94
special format, CD (jewel case)
EUR20,00 / copies
available

Product information

Conductor

Frieder Bernius Personal details

Ensemble

Klassische Philharmonie Stuttgart Personal details
Kammerchor Stuttgart Personal details

Soloist - soprano

Letizia Scherrer Personal details

Soloist - alto

Renée Morloc Personal details

Soloist - tenor

Werner Güra Personal details

Soloist - bass

Michael Volle Personal details

Composer

Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy Personal details

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