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 Quite a pleasant tune to listen to.
Quite a pleasant tune to listen to.
Since I had done with my favourite Natale films, now it's the famous Oratorios composed da famous classical composers.

1) The Messiah da George Frederick Handel

This oratorio premiered in Dublin, Ireland and it's the first oratorio to be performed in English. Which was unusual at that time.

2) Alexander's Feast da George Frederick Handel

Although this oratorio is link to Alexander the Great, it's Musica sounds very Natale oriented and it is highly recommend for both Natale and Handel fan alike!

3) St. John's Passion da Johann Sebastian Bach

It's dramatic Musica will not only celebrate Christmas, but to remind us that Gesù had died for our sins and was born on Natale giorno to remind us of Him.

4) St. Matthew's Passion da Johann Sebastian Bach

The same reason as St. John's Passion, only this time it has some nice and relaxing tune that te might find the whole oratorio pleasant to listen to.

Festive Mood

Ready for a festive and religious mood for Christmas? So am I!
 Hello Handel!
Hello Handel!
 Thank te dear Jesus!
Thank you dear Jesus!
 My favourite cover.
My favourite cover.
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 Would te pick this over something else?
Would you pick this over something else?
Last edited on 20 December 2007.

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The history
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