Joseph Haydn | Die Schöpfung
The international acclaimed tenor Peter Schreier is seen as conductor of a top-class ensemble. A digitally remastered version!
109332 Cover Die Schöpfung © Arthaus Musik
The oratorio, which is dedicated to the creation of the world as it is described in the Book of Genesis, is considered to be one of the most important vocal works from Joseph Haydn. In this performance the international acclaimed tenor Peter Schreier conducts the Scottish Chamber Orchestra at the 1992 Lucerne Festival. Featuring the well-known stars Edith Mathis, René Pape and Christoph Prégardien.
Duration 109 mins
Recording location Church of Jesuits in Lucerne
Recording date 1992
Video format DVD 9 / NTSC
Audio format PCM Stereo
Composer Joseph Haydn
Orchestra / Band Scottish Chamber Orchestra
Soloist Edith Mathis
Soloist Christoph Prégardien
Soloist René Pape
Conductor Peter Schreier
Choir Festival Choir Lucerne
Chorus Master Franz Schaffner
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