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HANDEL, G.F.: Alexander's Feast [Oratorio] / BACH, J.S.: Alles mit Gott und nichts ohn’ ihn (Balestrieri, Abraham)

    

HANDEL, G.F.: Alexander's Feast [Oratorio] / BACH, J.S.: Alles mit Gott und nichts ohn’ ihn (Balestrieri, Abraham)



Disc 1

Handel, George Frideric
Dryden, John / Hamilton, Newburgh / Dryden, John / Hamilton, Newburgh, lyricist(s)

  Alexander's Feast, HWV 75
1.   Part I: Overture: Maestoso - Allegro non troppo - Andante 00:06:00
2.   Part I: Recitative: Twas at the Royal Feast (Tenor) 00:01:05
3.   Part I: Air: Happy, happy, happy pair (Tenor, Soprano, Chorus) 00:04:35
4.   Part I: Recitative: Timotheus, plac'd on high (Tenor) 00:00:30
5.   Part I: Accompanied Recitative: The song began from Jove (Soprano) 00:01:00
6.   Part I: The list'ning Crowd admire the lofty Sound (Chorus) 00:02:15
7.   Part I: Air: With ravish'd ears (Soprano) 00:03:21
8.   Part I: The list'ning Crowd admire the lofty Sound (Chorus) 00:02:15
9.   Part I: Recitative: The praise of Bacchus, then, the sweet Musician sung (Tenor) 00:00:42
10.   Part I: Air: Bacchus, ever Fair and Young (Bass, Chorus) 00:04:43
11.   Part I: Recitative: Sooth'd with the sound, the King grew vain (Tenor) 00:00:48
12.   Part I: Accompanied Recitative: He chose a mournful Muse (Soprano) 00:01:30
13.   Part I: Air: He sung Darius Great and Good (Soprano) 00:02:42
14.   Part I: Accompanied Recitative: With downcast Looks the joyless Victor sate (Soprano) 00:00:58
15.   Part I: Behold Darius, Great and Good (Chorus) 00:02:28
16.   Part I: Recitative: The mighty Master smil'd to see (Tenor) 00:00:34
17.   Part I: Accompanied Recitative: Softly sweet, in Lydian Measures (Soprano) 00:03:13
18.   Part I: Air: War, he sung, is Toil and Trouble (Soprano) 00:04:44
19.   Part I: The Many rend the Skies (Chorus) 00:04:03
20.   Part I: Air: The Prince, unable to conceal his Pain (Soprano) 00:06:33
21.   Part I: The Many rend the Skies (Chorus) 00:04:03


Disc 2

Handel, George Frideric
Dryden, John / Hamilton, Newburgh / Dryden, John / Hamilton, Newburgh, lyricist(s)

  Alexander's Feast, HWV 75
1.   Part II: Accompanied Recitative: Now Strike the Golden Lyre again (Tenor, Chorus) 00:02:45
2.   Part II: Air: Revenge, Revenge, Timotheus cries (Bass) 00:08:15
3.   Part II: Accompanied Recitative: Give the Vengeance due to the valiant crew (Tenor) 00:01:43
4.   Part II: Air: The Princes applaud with a furious Joy (Tenor) 00:02:07
5.   Part II: Air: Thais led the way (Soprano, Chorus) 00:06:17
6.   Part II: Accompanied Recitative: Thus long ago, ere heaving bellows learn'd to blow (Tenor) 00:02:30
7.   Part II: At last Divine Cecilia came (Chorus) 00:02:52
8.   Part II: Recitative: Let old Timotheus yield the Prize (Tenor, Bass) 00:00:25
9.   Part II: Let old Timotheus yield the Prize (Chorus) 00:03:32
10.   Part II: Your voices tune, and raise them high (Chorus) 00:02:46

Bach, Johann Sebastian

  Alles mit Gott und nichts ohn' ihn, BWV 1127
11.   Alles mit Gott und nichts ohn' ihn, BWV 1127 00:10:01

Total Playing Time: 01:41:15






Composer(s):
Bach, Johann Sebastian; Handel, George Frideric

Lyricist(s):
Dryden, John; Hamilton, Newburgh

Conductor(s):
Abraham, Daniel E.

Orchestra(s):
Bach Sinfonia, The

Choir(s):
Handel Choir of Baltimore

Artist(s):
Balestrieri, Amanda; Cameron, Scot R.; Newman, David

Label: Dorian Sono Luminus

Genre: Choral - Secular; Vocal

Period: Baroque

Catalogue No: DSL-20604

Barcode: 053479060426

Distribution Note(s):

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Physical Release: 2006

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