One of the most beautiful works in classical music, Handel's "Messiah" is a joyous element of holiday celebrations all over the world. This luminous production features a performance by the National Choir of Lyon, recorded live at the historically relevant Abbey of La Chaise Dieu in France's Auvergne Hills. The Auvergne Orchestra, under the direction of Jean-Jacques Kantorow, accompanies the chorale.
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Have you watched Handel: The Messiah: National Choir of Lyon yet? What did you think about it?