Speaking of Handel’s Messiah, I recently reviewed Calvin Stapert’s new book Handel’s Messiah: Comfort for God’s People (Eerdmans, 2010). I found the book well organized, just the right length, and overall quite helpful. ChristianAudio is now offering Stapert’s book as a free audiobook (5.5 hrs; unabridged). Get it here.
Also, iTunes is selling a recording of the standard 1751 version of Messiah for $9.99. It comes packaged with about 20 hours of additional classical works (316 total tracks!). See here.
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Thanks brother. I am definitely passing the word along on this.
The album with 316 total tracks for only $9.99 is an amazing find! Thanks, Tony.
And just to tag along Dr. Mohler also writes about the Handel / Jennens relation found in the Stapert book. Link is here: http://www.albertmohler.com/2010/12/10/for-the-mouth-of-the-lord-hath-spoken-it/