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Axelrod was hitting a stride of epic productions that would go on to inform his style entirely. Messiah becomes another part of Axelrod's legacy when held up with what came afterwards. While not his finest work, it transcends its time period in a way similar to Handel's compositions that inspired it. At the same time, it exists also as a crate-digger's dream, full of wild sounds that shouldn't work together but do, the calling card of Axelrod's productions.