British-German tenor, Rufus Müller, was acclaimed by The New York Times following a performance in Carnegie Hall as "... easily the best tenor I have heard in a live Messiah". His unique dramatic interpretation of the Evangelist in Bach's Passions confirmed his status as one of the world's most sought-after performers. On this recital, he performs Beethoven's Scottish Folksongs Op.108 alongside the Hammer Clavier Trio.
British-German tenor, Rufus Müller, was acclaimed by The New York Times following a performance in Carnegie Hall as "... easily the best tenor I have heard in a live Messiah". His unique dramatic interpretation of the Evangelist in Bach's Passions confirmed his status as one of the world's most sought-after performers. On this recital, he performs Beethoven's Scottish Folksongs Op.108 alongside the Hammer Clavier Trio.
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Format: CD
Label: RUBICON
Rel. Date: 01/29/2021
UPC: 5065002149619

Oh Sweet Were The Hours
Artist: Rufus Muller
Format: CD
New: Available 19.98
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DISC: 1

1. Sally in Our Alley, op108/25
2. Maid of Isla, op108/4
3. Could this Ill World op.108/16
4. Oh Mary, at thy window be, op.108/17
5. Sunset, op.108/2
6. Sympathy, op.108/10
7. Oh, had my fate, op.108/12
8. The Shepherd's Song, op.108/23
9. The lovely lass of Inverness op.108/8
10. Enchantress, farewell, op.108/18
11. Faithfu' Johnie, op.108/20
12. Polly Stewart, WoO156/7
13. Oh! Sweet were the hours, op.108/3
14. Again, My Lyre, op.108/24
15. Bonnie Laddie, op.108/7

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British-German tenor, Rufus Müller, was acclaimed by The New York Times following a performance in Carnegie Hall as "... easily the best tenor I have heard in a live Messiah". His unique dramatic interpretation of the Evangelist in Bach's Passions confirmed his status as one of the world's most sought-after performers. On this recital, he performs Beethoven's Scottish Folksongs Op.108 alongside the Hammer Clavier Trio.