Recorded in May 1986 at the Lukaskirche is Dresden, this is the only recording of Boris Blacher's oratorio, Der Gross inquisitor. Suppressed during WWII by the Nazis, he finished the work based on Dostoyevsky's "The Brothers Karamazov," in 1943. Sigmund Nimsgern gives an exemplary performance with the Dresdner Philharmonic.
Recorded in May 1986 at the Lukaskirche is Dresden, this is the only recording of Boris Blacher's oratorio, Der Gross inquisitor. Suppressed during WWII by the Nazis, he finished the work based on Dostoyevsky's "The Brothers Karamazov," in 1943. Sigmund Nimsgern gives an exemplary performance with the Dresdner Philharmonic.
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Der Grossinquisitor
Artist: Siegmund Nimsgern
Format: CD
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1. Der Großinquisitor, Pt. 1: "Nach Seiner Unendlichen Barmherzigkeit" (Chorus)
2. Der Großinquisitor, Pt. 1: "Unmerklich Und Leise Kommt Er Daher" (Chorus)
3. Der Großinquisitor, Pt. 1: "Aus Der Menge Tönt Es Laut" (Chorus)
4. Der Großinquisitor, Pt. 1: "Die Stufen Des Doms Von Sevilla" (Chorus)
5. Der Großinquisitor, Pt. 1: "Da Schreitet Plötzlich Über Den Weiten Platz" (Chorus)
6. Der Großinquisitor, Pt. 1: "Alla Marcia"
7. Der Großinquisitor, Pt. 1: "Einmütig, Wie Von Gleichem Willen Gelenkt" (Chorus)
8. Der Großinquisitor, Pt. 2: "Langsam Neigt Sich Der Tag" (Chorus)
9. Der Großinquisitor, Pt. 2: "Bist Du Es Wirklich" (Baritone)
10. Der Großinquisitor, Pt. 2: "Der Furchtbare Und Kluge Geist" (Baritone, Chorus)
11. Der Großinquisitor, Pt. 2: "Drei Mächte Sind Es Allein" (Baritone, Chorus)
12. Der Großinquisitor, Pt. 2: "So Höre Denn" (Baritone, Chorus)
13. Der Großinquisitor, Pt. 2: "Du Rühmst Dich Deiner Auserwählten" (Baritone, Chorus)
14. Der Großinquisitor, Pt. 2: "Wisse Denn, Ich Fürchte Dich Nicht" (Baritone, Chorus)

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Recorded in May 1986 at the Lukaskirche is Dresden, this is the only recording of Boris Blacher's oratorio, Der Gross inquisitor. Suppressed during WWII by the Nazis, he finished the work based on Dostoyevsky's "The Brothers Karamazov," in 1943. Sigmund Nimsgern gives an exemplary performance with the Dresdner Philharmonic.