Haydn – The Creation (with Edith Mathis, René Pape & Christoph Prégardien)

From the church of Jesuits in Lucerne, Switzerland (1992) Scottish Chamber Orchestra Peter Schreier – conductor Soloists: Edith Mathis – soprano Christoph Prégardien – tenor René Pape – bass Joseph Haydn – The Creation (Die Schöpfung, Hob. XXI: 2) Oratorio for three solo voices, chorus and orchestra in three parts 1:35 Part I 1:35 The First Day 12:34 The Second Day 27:00 The Third Day 29:29 The Fourth Day 37:58 Part II 37:58 The Fifth Day 55:43 The Sixth Day 1:17:38 Part III Subscribe: https://goo.gl/jrui3M Haydn – ‘The Creation’ – A Background The background to Haydn’s ‘The Creation’ is that the period from the middle to the end of the 17th century is known as “the Age Of Enlightenment”. France was the centre of enlightenment ideas, led by famous people such as Voltaire, Roussea

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