Georg Friedrich Händel: Xerxes

Xerxes
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  • (Eine Produktion der English National Opera 1988; Regie: Nicholas Hytner) Laufzeit 186 Minuten
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • Laufzeit: 186 Min.
  • Tonformat: stereo
  • Bild: 4:3
  • Untertitel: Deutsch, Niederländisch, Englisch, Französisch, Italienisch, Spanisch, Griechisch
  • Künstler: Ann Murray, Lesley Garrett, Valerie Masterson, Jean Rigby, English National Opera Orchestra, Charles Mackerras
  • Label: Arthaus Musik, 1987
  • FSK ab 0 freigegeben
  • Bestellnummer: 2278062
  • Erscheinungstermin: 19.3.2012
  • Inhalt
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  • Mitwirkende
Serse Hwv 40 (xerxes, Oper In 3 Akten) (gesamtaufnahme)
  1. 1 Overtüre
  2. 2 Gigue (1. Akt)
  3. 3 May the fates be kind
  4. 4 Under thy shade
  5. 5 Elviro, Elviro,...
  6. 6 Listen!
  7. 7 O hark!
  8. 8 Arsamenes!
  9. 9 Swift from the mountains
  10. 10 Her singing has set my heart aflame
  11. 11 I will declare my passion
  12. 12 Go, make your declaration
  13. 13 Arsamenes!
  14. 14 Ah, do not weep
  15. 15 Quickly, my Lord
  16. 16 Better far my departure
  17. 17 Adorable Romilda
  18. 18 Who has taught you disdain me
  19. 19 Naught will persuade me
  20. 20 No stain can blemish
  21. 21 No man's apparel can change
  22. 22 Our glorious victory
  23. 23 Now the trumpet's shrill alarm
  24. 24 Glorius Xerxes!
  25. 25 I never seek to question
  26. 26 Now the trumpet's shrill alarm
  27. 27 This splendid victory
  28. 28 When I see her
  29. 29 Here is a letter
  30. 30 My Lord, my Lord
  31. 31 When grief and pain assail me
  32. 32 And can he spurn a princess
  33. 33 Vengeance on him who spurns me!
  34. 34 I say you'll be persuaded
  35. 35 If you'd seduce him
  36. 36 If she thinks
  37. 37 By stealing secret kisses
  38. 38 May hope t hat springs eternal (2. Akt)
  39. 39 Ah, who'll buy these flowers
  40. 40 And who would ever guess
  41. 41 Now 'tis plain that the traitor defiles me
  42. 42 Devil take him for his questions
  43. 43 My destiny wills me
  44. 44 My friend, come here
  45. 45 Ah, viperous evil
  46. 46 Go now, the King is approaching
  47. 47 He must suffer bitter torment
  48. 48 May I know of you, Madam
  49. 49 He'll say that love for me - He'll say I am deceived
  50. 50 Poor deluded Romilda!
  51. 51 Will you love him?
  52. 52 If you'd worship the man
  53. 53 Evermore doomed to love him?
  54. 54 That ruthless tyrant jealousy racks me
  55. 55 Since my grief has not killed me
  56. 56 As you betray me
  57. 57 He's out of his mind!
  58. 58 Once we would kiss and play
  59. 59 In this wonderful creation
  60. 60 Ariodates!
  61. 61 In this wonderful creation
  62. 62 Must my days be spent
  63. 63 Arsamenes, where are you going?
  64. 64 Yes, I want her
  65. 65 Your servant, most honoured King
  66. 66 You advise me to forget him
  67. 67 Every grief would be triftling
  68. 68 The heart which love has captured
  69. 69 Ah, devil take me
  70. 70 If my dearest wish were granted me
  71. 71 A jealous fiend has snared me
  72. 72 Ruthless fortune!
  73. 73 The heart that beats contented
  74. 74 Say, will you have me?
  75. 75 The love cross'd by fortune
  76. 76 Sinfonia (3. Akt)
  77. 77 All excuses are worthless
  78. 78 No, no, though you detest me
  79. 79 Clasp your hand to my heart
  80. 80 I go in certain hope
  81. 81 I will obey my king
  82. 82 Ah love, tyrannic love
  83. 83 As we previously told you
  84. 84 Who'd have expected such an achievement
  85. 85 I shall fear him no longer
  86. 86 I am the cause of my ruin
  87. 87 So, Madam, tell me why
  88. 88 You insult a constant lover
  89. 89 All things human must decay
  90. 90 See there the bridegroom
  91. 91 Desolation turns to bliss
  92. 92 I'll delay it no longer
  93. 93 Rise, ye furies from baleful abysses
  94. 94 Criminals, you ahve betrayed me
  95. 95 Sweetest and best of lovers
  96. 96 So love bestows its blessing
  97. 97 Abspann