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December 17, 1892 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1892-12-17

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The Production of The "Messiah"
Will be a Magnificent Affair-
Synopsis of the Work.
Thle two acknowledged nmaster-
pieces of sacred music are the
''Messiah'' and ''Passion Music.''
'The finest work of the twno great
swriters is this style is incorporated
in these wvonderful works. 'Thie per-
sonality of cact-.i composer is so
thoroutghly impressed iin his wuork,
that in t1e iniiualits' sitthe scom-
poser iwe may discuiver the reason
for tthe differeince ini the popularity
if these comnilositioiis. acs, swhii
iced a quiet, rctiredt, and unesvent-
fiil life, develoipeit a style, which tos
atppreciate ini all itoslepthi, requiires
a careful situy. As ' costielice,
hisi 'Passion NtMisic '' is tackiing in
those potpular chiaraicteristic's whtichi
I tansiet, the mni of affairs, acqunaint-
edi witth fiery tphase iof life, hsnii-
fusedtisto the music of the ''Men-
siati."' F ach swork staiids as the
expiressiois of a girand icoinceptiion;
th sai're iiiuim otait
I'ie teindeicieI s 01ftetwo works X
are diistiiiit. t Bachs portrasys thie
Ita iiuhe emihaizes thie mission oii
iii'Hi liie ssa''"and mking l romi-
nsent Ilis gloriiius-triuiiiphiiousertie
grave. Itle shss i'-teprophecieis
woiniderfiil secitioii 'oft t iiiraturio
uiito si si ci lds s is i i isihr, n liiig
tie Pastora'it Symphoiiiyteirecitai-
tive, ' \.sit siiidetnlii theriewass
witti the Xiigel'th choruii ss"(d ory
to Gd, (satnsitsolo, "Rejoict treat-
y, 'l ie bhis i Ioiic to evieirs listeiser
the iirue significianceifCliists.
WXhat tie IPss'ioni \tusis "is to
Good Friday, what the "Rtedemsp-
tioni'' or ''St. 'aid''arc to Easter,
the ''Mlessiati '' is to Chiristnias, the
musical settiiig of the sentiments
inspired by' the sacredt associatioiis
of the season.
't'he oratorio opeins wisthi aisicer-
tuire in the conicentionial H aedetianI
miansner. sari first is intrioducedl by
a recitative anid aria for tenior,
''Conmfort ye niy Peoplei.'' This is
followed by a vigosrous ctsiriis ''sd
ttie Glory of ttie Iorit.'"'['len comsel
a contralto solo andichtoriis, twso
bass silos, bioths of thiems cfa propthe-
tic nature, le'adiii" to the sections

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