Adrian Butterfield – Handel: Chandos Te Deum – Chandos Anthem No. 8 (2018) [FLAC, 24bit, 96 kHz]

Adrian Butterfield - Handel: Chandos Te Deum - Chandos Anthem No. 8 (2018) [FLAC, 24bit, 96 kHz] Download

Artist: Adrian Butterfield
Album: Handel: Chandos Te Deum – Chandos Anthem No. 8
Genre: Classical
Release Date: 2018
Audio Format: FLAC (tracks) 24bit, 96 kHz
Duration: 01:05:29
Total Tracks: 21
Total Size: 1,14 GB

Tracklist:

1-01. Adrian Butterfield and London Handel Orchestra & Soloists – Te Deum, HWV 281: I. We praise thee, O God (03:14)
1-02. Adrian Butterfield and London Handel Orchestra & Soloists – Te Deum, HWV 281: II. All the earth doth worship thee (03:18)
1-03. Adrian Butterfield and London Handel Orchestra & Soloists – Te Deum, HWV 281: III. The glorious company of the Apostles (03:19)
1-04. Adrian Butterfield and London Handel Orchestra & Soloists – Te Deum, HWV 281: IV. Thou art the King of Glory, O Christ (02:56)
1-05. Adrian Butterfield and London Handel Orchestra & Soloists – Te Deum, HWV 281: V. When thou tookest upon thee to deliver man (02:21)
1-06. Adrian Butterfield and London Handel Orchestra & Soloists – Te Deum, HWV 281: VI. When thou hadst overcome the sharpness of death (01:26)
1-07. Adrian Butterfield and London Handel Orchestra & Soloists – Te Deum, HWV 281: VII. Thou sittest at the right hand of God (04:05)
1-08. Adrian Butterfield and London Handel Orchestra & Soloists – Te Deum, HWV 281: VIII. We believe that thou shalt come to be our Judge (03:17)
1-09. Adrian Butterfield and London Handel Orchestra & Soloists – Te Deum, HWV 281: IX. Day by day we magnify thee (01:59)
1-10. Adrian Butterfield and London Handel Orchestra & Soloists – Te Deum, HWV 281: X. And we worship thy Name, ever world without end (01:20)
1-11. Adrian Butterfield and London Handel Orchestra & Soloists – Te Deum, HWV 281: XI. Vouch-safe, O lord, to keep us this day without sin (03:46)
1-12. Adrian Butterfield and London Handel Orchestra & Soloists – Te Deum, HWV 281: XII. O Lord in thee have I trusted (04:09)
1-13. Adrian Butterfield and London Handel Orchestra & Soloists – Chandos Anthem No.8, HWV 253: I. Symphony: Largo-Allegro (03:55)
1-14. Adrian Butterfield and London Handel Orchestra & Soloists – Chandos Anthem No.8, HWV 253: II. O come let us sing unto the Lord (03:19)
1-15. Adrian Butterfield and London Handel Orchestra & Soloists – Chandos Anthem No.8, HWV 253: III. O come let us worship (03:41)
1-16. Adrian Butterfield and London Handel Orchestra & Soloists – Chandos Anthem No.8, HWV 253: IV. Glory and worship are before Him (01:47)
1-17. Adrian Butterfield and London Handel Orchestra & Soloists – Chandos Anthem No.8, HWV 253: V. Tell it, tell it out among the heathen (05:57)
1-18. Adrian Butterfield and London Handel Orchestra & Soloists – Chandos Anthem No.8, HWV 253: VI. O magnify the Lord (03:39)
1-19. Adrian Butterfield and London Handel Orchestra & Soloists – Chandos Anthem No.8, HWV 253: VII. The Lord preserveth the souls (03:02)
1-20. Adrian Butterfield and London Handel Orchestra & Soloists – Chandos Anthem No.8, HWV 253: VIII. For look as high as the heaven is (02:18)
1-21. Adrian Butterfield and London Handel Orchestra & Soloists – Chandos Anthem No.8, HWV 253: IX. There is sprung up a light for the righteous (02:31)

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Before coming into contact with James Brydges, Earl of Carnarvon, Handel was is dire straits in London. His pension of £200 a year for teaching the Royal princesses had stopped, as had the public taste for opera. London had plunged into a hedonistic, alcohol- and gambling-driven lifestyle, where the bawdier things were the better. Brydges, one of the most colourful and roguish figures of the day, had built himself a vast palace (from wealth plundered whilst he was Paymaster General during the Spanish Wars of Succession) to rival anything the King could boast of – Cannons House in north London, set up as a rival court to King George I, where he employed Handel to replace Johann Pepusch as Kapellmeister. No surprise that the Earl has been described as ‘having no enmity with his conscience:’ The ‘King of Bling’ would have 13 Chandos Anthems and the Te Deum on this recording composed by a grateful Handel. It couldn’t last, though, and Handel was eventually lured back to the embrace of the Royal Court and London’s rediscovered love of opera. Now the 1st Duke of Chandos, Brydges had lost his vast fortune and his home in the South Sea Bubble financial crisis of 1720, and Cannons House was demolished, its treasures and features sold off. It was as if it had never been – except for Handel’s glorious music composed at Cannons House.

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