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Stravinsky found the inspiration for his work in sources ranging from Greek Orthodox liturgy to his beloved Verdi.
Length
25 mins
Prog. No.
0105
The televised recording of this singular concert with the Russian monastery choir took place in the Cathedral of Ulm, the tallest Gothic parish church in Germany. In conjunction with the millenium of the Christianization of Russia, the monastery…
Length
43 mins
Prog. No.
0113
A hand-picked ensemble of soloists join together with the Gächinger Kantorei and the Bach-Collegium Stuttgart under the direction of Helmuth Rilling to give a truly definitive performance of this pre-eminent masterwork.
Length
121 mins
Prog. No.
0118
Recorded during the "Schwetzinger Festspiele" 1989 in the cathedral of Speyer.
Length
97 mins
Prog. No.
0641
The film documents an impressive performance from the Schauspielhaus on the Gendarmenmarket in Berlin under the direction of Sir Colin Davis.
Length
98 mins
Prog. No.
0688
The world premiere of Bach's complete motets on film! A masterly and controlled performance by the Gächinger Kantorei and the Bach-Collegium Stuttgart, conducted by Helmuth Rilling, recorded in the parish church of Oberkaufingen.
Length
93 mins
Prog. No.
0751
Händel's "Messiah" is among the most popular pieces of classical music ever written. This examplary performace with the Bach-Collegium Stuttgart conducted by Helmuth Rilling takes place at the atmospheric church in Ellwangen, Bavaria.
Length
137 mins
Prog. No.
0752
After the success of his masterpiece "The Creation", Haydn wrote his four-part oratorio "The Seasons", with its fresh, happy expressions of rural life throughout the year. This memorable performance of the work is here interspersed with atmospheric…
Length
143 mins
Prog. No.
0753
Haydn's 'Creation' represents the culmination of the composer's long career, a consummate blend of this great musician's mature wisdom and his eternal youthfulness. A live telecast from the magnificent Jesuit Church in Lucerne, Switzerland.
Length
104 mins
Prog. No.
1164
With an introduction by Sir John Gielgud, this first-rate performance took place at the Winchester Cathedral.
Length
44 mins
Prog. No.
3306