Dessau: Hagadah Shel Pessach

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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/5/1996
  • Label: Capriccio
  • UPC: 845221001487
  • Catalog Number: 10590/91
  • Sales rank: 313,178

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Disc 1
  1. 1–31 Hagadah shel Pessach, oratorio - Paul Dessau & Max Brod (90:37)
    Composed byPaul Dessau
    Conducted byGerd Albrecht
    Performed byGerd Albrecht, Berlin Men's Choir "Carl Maria von Weber", NDR Chorus, Matthias Holle, Yvi Janicke, Alfred Muff, Horst Neumann, Hamburg State Philharmonic Orchestra, Gabriel Sade, Johann Tilli, Bernd Weikl, Andreas Wiedermann, Renate Spingler, Sabine Ritterbusch
    1. 1Part 1: Introduction
    2. 2Part 1: "Freut euch alle, denn morgen ist Pessach!"
    3. 3Part 1: "Das ist das Armenbrot, das gegessen uns're Väter"
    4. 4Part 1: "Warum ist diese Nacht so ganz anders"
    5. 5Part 1: "Knechte waren wir dem Pharao in Ägypten"
    6. 6Part 1: "Denn nicht nur einer hatte uns verfolgt"
    7. 7Part 1: "Hör, wir rufen zu dir!"
    8. 8Part 1: "Die Juden sind zu stark! Sie sind zu stark!"
    9. 9Part 1: "Es hat Rabbi Gamliel folgendes gesagt"
    10. 10Part 1: "Von Pharaos Tochter war er ein Sohn"
    11. 11Part 1: Moses Slays The Egyptian: "Und als Moses groß war und stark"
    12. 12Part 1: Moses Slays The Egyptian: "Oh weh, weh uns! Vergossenes Blut!"
    13. 13Part 1: The Girls At The Well: "Kommt, singt ein Lied, das ehren soll den Brunnen"
    14. 14Part 1: The Mission: "Und er führte das Vieh hinaus der Wüste"
    15. 15Part 1: The Mission: "Moses! Moses!" - "Hier bin ich!"
    16. 16Part 1: The Mission: "Gesegnet der Mann, dem Gott solches befahl"
    17. 17Part 2: The Procession Of The Pharoah: "Also spricht der Herr, der Gott Israels"
    18. 18Part 2: The Procession Of The Pharoah: "Oh sieh, Pharao, ich schlage mit dem Stab in meiner Hand"
    19. 19Part 2: The Procession Of The Pharoah: "Als Pharao sah, daß die Not vorbei war"
    20. 20Part 2: The Plagues: "Es war um Mitternacht"
    21. 21Part 2: The Slaying Of The First-Born: "Auf, auf, hinaus aus meinem Land"
    22. 22Part 2: Midnight Hymn: "Es war in der Mitte der Nacht"
    23. 23Part 3: Israel's Departure Into Freedom: "Eilet fort, oh kommt und laßt uns gehn"
    24. 24Part 3: Israel's Departure Into Freedom: "Doch der Drache kommt aus der Tiefe"
    25. 25Part 3: Israel's Departure Into Freedom: "Ach wie groß ist die Liebe bei euch, ihr Brüder!"
    26. 26Part 3: Israel's Departure Into Freedom: "Und das Wasser, es weicht!"
    27. 27Part 3: Israel's Departure Into Freedom: "Dem Ewigen sing ich ein Lied"
    28. 28Part 3: Israel's Departure Into Freedom: "Und es führte Mose Israel weg vom Schilfmeer"
    29. 29Part 3: Israel's Departure Into Freedom: "Durch alle diese Worte lernen wir"
    30. 30Part 3: Israel's Departure Into Freedom: Dance Song: "Kleines Lamm, kleines Lamm"
    31. 31Part 3: Israel's Departure Into Freedom: "Denn die Schwachen stützt er und richtet auf die Gebeugte
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