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Calvin Marsh Singing the Messianic Songs of Jeremiah Ginsberg, Vol. 1

by Calvin Marsh & Jeremiah Ginsberg

Classic recordings of original songs of Zion, beautiful melodies, from Broadway-style theatrical to jazz to praise and sacred worship set to Scripture, by Messianic composer Jeremiah Ginsberg, performed by Calvin Marsh, star baritone of the Met.
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  Song Share Time Download
1. I Will Set Up One Shepherd Over Them
Calvin Marsh & Jeremiah Ginsberg
2:40 $1.29
2. O God, Thou Art My God
Calvin Marsh & Jeremiah Ginsberg
3:02 $1.29
3. In the Last Days
Calvin Marsh & Jeremiah Ginsberg
2:46 $1.29
4. As a Faithless Wife Leaves Her Husband
Calvin Marsh & Jeremiah Ginsberg
3:46 $1.29
5. If I Have No Love
Calvin Marsh & Jeremiah Ginsberg
3:49 $1.29
6. Give Ear to My Words, O Lord
Calvin Marsh & Jeremiah Ginsberg
3:27 $1.29
7. The Ark of the Covenant of the Lord
Calvin Marsh & Jeremiah Ginsberg
2:29 $1.29
8. O Jerusalem, Jerusalem
Calvin Marsh & Jeremiah Ginsberg
2:45 $1.29
9. Who Shall Tell My Lord
Calvin Marsh & Jeremiah Ginsberg
3:12 $1.29
10. A New Covenant
Calvin Marsh & Jeremiah Ginsberg
3:52 $1.29
11. What Is His Son's Name
Calvin Marsh & Jeremiah Ginsberg
2:12 $1.29
12. Yeshua Messiah
Calvin Marsh & Jeremiah Ginsberg
3:07 $1.29
13. Hear, O Israel
Calvin Marsh & Jeremiah Ginsberg
3:53 $1.29
14. In the Beginning Was the Word
Calvin Marsh & Jeremiah Ginsberg
3:11 $1.29
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Album Notes
Historic recordings of Calvin Marsh singing the Messianic songs of composer, Jeremiah Ginsberg, made in 1979 in New York and not released until 2015! Jeremiah Ginsberg on piano and second voice. Artwork photo of Calvin Marsh (standing) and Jeremiah Ginsberg (at the piano), 1978 at a concert in Stony Brook, NY.

Calvin Marsh enjoyed international acclaim from 1954-1966 as one of the Metropolitan Opera’s leading artists. He appeared for many years on the roster of “Who’s Who in America.” The New York Times described his Germont in Verdi’s “La Traviata” as “Eloquent! The bravos were long and sustained!” Jerome Hines, world-famous Metropolitan Opera basso, declared Calvin’s baritone “one of the most beautiful to be heard on any stage in the world.” During the 1966-67 season, Calvin became an international star with exciting debuts in Germany, England, Switzerland and Mexico City.

On this recording, Calvin sings the songs of the American Jewish composer, Jeremiah Ginsberg, the writer of award-winning Biblical musicals, whose music from the Scriptures carries an end-time prophetic message of an outpouring of the Spirit of God upon the Jewish people and their Land, Israel. Composer Ginsberg is at the piano and is the second voice.

These one-of-a-kind historic recordings were made in 1979 in New York and have been in storage until this time. Calvin retired to Dallas, TX, where he lived to the age of 91. He passed away on Monday, June 18, 2012. Calvin Marsh, one of the greatest baritones ever to grace the stage of the Metropolitan Opera! Deeply loved, highly honored and respected! Born February 11, 1921, died June 18, 2012.

1. I Will Set Up One Shepherd Over Them (Ezekiel 34:23-24, 30-31)
2. O God, Thou Art My God (Psalm 63:1-3)
3. In The Last Days (Isaiah 2:2-5)
4. As A Faithless Wife Leaves Her Husband (Jeremiah 3:11-12, 14 & 20)
5. If I Have No Love (1 Corinthians 13)
6. Give Ear To My Words, O Lord (Psalm 5:1-3, 11-12)
7. The Ark of The Covenant of The Lord (Jeremiah 3:15-18)
8. O Jerusalem, Jerusalem (Matthew 23:37-39)
9. Who Shall Tell My Lord (A Dead Sea Scrolls Psalm of David)
10. A New Covenant (Jeremiah 31:31-34)
11. What Is His Son’s Name (Proverbs 30:4)
12. Yeshua Messiah
13. Hear, O Israel (Deuteronomy 6:4-9)
14. In The Beginning Was The Word (John 1:1-10)

Jeremiah Ginsberg has written hundreds of songs and four musicals based on the Biblical text. His first musical, “Rabboni,” the Gospel with a Jewish flavor, won a Bronze Halo Award from The Southern California Motion Picture Council in 1981 for Excellence in Family Entertainment. In 1985, he produced “Rabboni” off-Broadway in New York City to outstanding reviews.

Over the last 33 years, Jeremiah Ginsberg (Book, Music & Lyrics) and Wendy Ross Ginsberg (Book) have written and produced for the stage four original musicals based on the Biblical text.

2013: “Esther, Sweet Esther” - How A Jewish Maiden Becomes Queen of Ancient Persia and Conquers The Man with The Little Square Moustache, Saving the Jewish People from Destruction! Two arias premiered at The Presidential Inaugural Prayer Breakfast in Washington, DC on January 21, 2013; full concert version in Paramus, NJ in August 2013. “Congratulations on your success at the Inaugural Prayer Breakfast. The rendition of the two songs from ‘Esther, Sweet Esther’ was wonderful!” - Rabbi Jonathan Cahn, author of “The Harbinger”

1997: “Mendel & Moses” - Mendel Moskowitz Goes Back in Time to Ancient Egypt and Tags Along with Moses in the Exodus from Slavery to The Promised Land! Winner of Best Music and Best Choreography Award from Backstage, Critic’s Choice from Drama-Logue; 1997 in L.A. (Century City Playhouse) and Beverly Hills (The Canon Theatre). “Charming and full of wit and wisdom!” - Ed Kaufman, The Hollywood Reporter; “Excellent music! With its feet on the ground, its heart in the heavens, and that irrepressible twinkle in its eye, ‘Mendel & Moses’ is on the side of the angels and good for what ails a sickened society! Critic’s Choice!” - Polly Warfield, Drama-Logue; “Mendel brings humor and high spirits to the story! Rousing laughs along the way!” - Don Shirley, The Los Angeles Times; “Wonderful! The music was exquisite!” - Rabbi Jonathan Cahn, author of “The Harbinger”

2008: “The Time of Mendel’s Trouble” - Set in the Near Future, Mendel Moskowitz and Murray Schwartz Answer The Burning Bush’s Call and Become The Two Prophets in the Book of Revelation; The End of The World Was Never So Entertaining! 2008 off-Broadway at The Beckett Theatre in NYC. “Music and lyrics are clever. And when it’s funny, it’s very funny!” - Laurie Lawson, The Electronic Link Journey



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