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    Georg Friedrich Händel: Alexander Balus

    Alexander Balus
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      • Künstler: Dawson, McFladden, Denley, Daniels, George, New College Choir Oxford, King's Consort & Choir, King
      • Label: Hyperion, DDD, 1997
      • Bestellnummer: 8226598
      • Erscheinungstermin: 10.6.1998
      • Tracklisting
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      • Mitwirkende

      Disk 1 von 2

      Alexander Balus (Oratorium) (Gesamtaufnahme)
      1. 1 Ouverture (1. Akt)
      2. 2 Chorus: "Flush'd with conquest, fir'd by Mithra"
      3. 3 Recitative: "Thus far, ye glorious partners of he war"
      4. 4 Air: "Great Author of this harmony"
      5. 5 Flourish of trumpets
      6. 6 Recitative: "And thus let happy Egypt's king"
      7. 7 Air: "Thrice happy the monarch, whom Aria: Why do the Nations contend"
      8. 8 Recitative: "Congretulation to our father's friend"
      9. 9 Air: "Hark! hark! he strikes the golden lyre"
      10. 10 Recitative: "Be it my chief ambition there to rise"
      11. 11 Air: "Fair virtue shall charm me"
      12. 12 Chorus: "Ye happy nations round"
      13. 13 Recitative: "My Jonathan"
      14. 14 Air: "Oh, what resistless charms are giv'n"
      15. 15 Air: "Subtle love, with fancy viewing"
      16. 16 Recitative: "Aspasia, I know not what to call"
      17. 17 Air: "How happy should we mortals prove"
      18. 18 Recitative: "Check not the pleasing accents of thy tongue"
      19. 19 Air: "So shall the sweet attractive smile"
      20. 20 Recitative: "How blissful state!"
      21. 21 Duet: "O what pleasures, past expressing"
      22. 22 Recitative: "Why hangs this heavy gloom upon the brow"
      23. 23 Air: "Heroes may boast thei mighty deeds"
      24. 24 Recitative: "Y sons of Judah, with high festival"
      25. 25 Air: "Great God, from whom all blessings spring"
      26. 26 Air: "Kind hope, thou universal friend" (2. Akt)
      27. 27 Recitative: "Long, long and happy live the king!"
      28. 28 Air: "O Mithra, with thy brighest beams"
      29. 29 Recitative: "Stay, my dread sovereign"
      30. 30 Air: "Mighty love now calls to arm"
      31. 31 Air: "Hateful man! thy sland'rous tongue"

      Disk 2 von 2

      1. 1 Chorus: "O calumny, on virtue waiting"
      2. 2 Recitative: "Ah! whence these dire forebodings of the mind?"
      3. 3 Air: "Tossed from thought to thought I rove"
      4. 4 Recitative: "Give to the winds, fair princess, there vain doubts"
      5. 5 Air: "Love, glory, ambition, whate'er can inspire"
      6. 6 Recitative: "thus far my wishes thrive"
      7. 7 Air: "Virtue, thou ideal name"
      8. 8 Accompagnato: "Ye happy people, with loud accents speak"
      9. 9 Soli / Chorus: "Triumph Hymen in the pair"
      10. 10 Recitative: Glad time, at length, hath reach'd the happy point"
      11. 11 Duet: "Hail wedded love, mysterious law!"
      12. 12 Chorus: "Hymen, fair Urania's son
      13. 13 Sinfonia (3. Akt)
      14. 14 Recitative: "Tis true, instinctive nature seldom points"
      15. 15 Air: "Here amid the shady woods"
      16. 16 Recitative: "Ah! was is not my Cleopatra's voice?"
      17. 17 Air: "Pow'rful guardians of all nature"
      18. 18 Recitative: "Treach'ry, O king, unheard of treachery"
      19. 19 Air: "Fury, with red sparkling eyes"
      20. 20 Recitative: "Gods! can there be a more afflictiong sight"
      21. 21 Air: "Strange reverse of human fate"
      22. 22 Recitative: "May he returns with laurel'd victory"
      23. 23 Air: "To God who made the radiant sun"
      24. 24 Chorus: "Sun, moon, and stars, and all ye Host of Heav'n
      25. 25 Recitative: "Yes he was false, my daughter, false to you"
      26. 26 Accompagnato: "Ungrateful child, by ev'ry sacred pow'r"
      27. 27 Air: "O sword, and thou, all-daring hand"
      28. 28 Accompagnato: "Shall Cleopatra ever smile again?"
      29. 29 Recitative: "Ungrateful tidings to the royal ear"
      30. 30 Air: "O take me from this hateful light"
      31. 31 Recitative: "Forgive, O queen, the messenger of ill!"
      32. 32 Accompagnato: "Calm thou my soul"
      33. 33 Air: "Convey me to some peaceful shore"
      34. 34 Recitative: "Mysterious are thy ways, O Providence!"
      35. 35 Chorus: "Ye servants of th' eternal King"