How Lovely Are the Messengers

by Felix Mendelssohn

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“How Lovely Are the Messengers”, by Felix Mendelssohn (1809-1847), is from “Saint Paul”, the first of Mendelssohn’s oratorios. It is Chorus 26 “Wie lieblich sind die Boten” from Part II of Op 36 (Paulus) and refers to Paul and Barnabas as ambassadors of the Christian Church.

This recording was contributed by Conrad Michels

FayetteCountyHSSelectChorus

Fayette County High School Select Chorus 2003, Fayetteville, Georgia

 

 

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