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PURCELL: Dido & Aeneas. GALLIARD: Pan And Syrinx (2CD)

BRILLIANT CLASSICS

SKLADEM

 

Dostupnost: SKLADEM v eshopu
Číslo produktu: BRIL94178
Vydavatel: BRILLIANT CLASSICS
Zvuk: STEREO
Format / Balení: 2CD
EAN kód: 5028421941783
Naše cena bez DPH: 231 Kč (9 EUR)
Naše cena s DPH (21 %):
279 Kč (11 EUR)

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Vydavatel: BRILLIANT CLASSICS
CD 1 55’14




Henry Purcell (1659–1695) Dido and Aeneas




1 Overture (Orchestra) 2’43




Act the First




Scene: The Palace




2 Shake the cloud from off your brow (Belinda/Chorus) 1’15




3 Ah! Belinda, I am press’d with torment (Dido) 2’51




4 Grief increases by concealing 0’58




(Belinda/Dido/Second Woman/Chorus)




5 Whence could so much virtue spring? 1’58




(Dido/Belinda/Second Woman)




6 Fear no danger to ensue (Belinda/Second Woman/Chorus) 1’36




7 The Baske Dance (Orchestra) 0’36




8 See, your royal guest appears (Belinda/Aeneas/Dido/Chorus) 1’13




9 If not for mine, for Empire’s sake (Aeneas/Belinda/Chorus) 2’48




10 The Triumphing Dance (Orchestra) 1’17




Act the Second




Scene One: The Cave




11 Wayward sisters, you that fright 2’09




(Sorceress/First Witch/Chorus)




12 The Queen of Carthage, whom we hate 1’38




(Sorceress/Chorus/First and Second Witch)




13 But ere we this perform (First and Second Witch/Chorus) 1’40




14 Echo Dance of Furies (Orchestra) 1’09




Scene Two: The Grove




15 Ritornelle (Orchestra) 0’51




16 Thanks to these lonesome vales (Belinda/Chorus) 3’07




17 Oft she visits this lone mountain (Second Woman) 1’52




18 Behold! upon my bending spear (Aeneas/Dido/Chorus) 1’22




19 Stay, Prince, and hear great Jove’s command! (Spirit/Aeneas) 2’15




20 Then since our charms have sped (Sorceress/Chorus) 1’08




21 The Groves’ Dance (Orchestra) 0’31




Act the Third




Scene One: The Ships




22 Come away, fellow sailors (Sailor/Chorus) 1’38




23 The Sailors’ Dance (Orchestra) 0’51




24 See the flags and streamers curling 0’54




(Sorceress/First and Second Witch)




25 Our next motion (Sorceress/Chorus) 1’29




26 A Dance (Orchestra) 1’41




Scene Two




27 Your counsel all is urg’d in vain (Dido/Belinda/Aeneas/Chorus) 4’15




28 Thy hand, Belinda…When I am laid in earth (Dido) 4’16




29 With drooping wings ye Cupids come (Chorus) 3’16




30 Cupids’ Dance (Orchestra) 2’06



 



Opera in three acts · Libretto: Nahum Tate




Dido: NICOLA WEMYSS




Aeneas: MATTHEW BAKER




Belinda: FRANCINE VAN DER HEIJDEN




Second Woman: PENNI CLARKE




Sorceress: HELENE RASKER




First Witch: MAAIKE POORTHUIS




Second Witch: YONG-HEE KIM




Spirit: ROWENA SIMPSON




Sailor: RICHARD ZOOK




Musica ad Rhenum




Jed Wentz



 



CD 2 77’09




John Ernest Galliard (1687–1749) Pan and Syrinx




1 Overture: Part 1 1’13




2 Overture: Part 2 1’56




3 Overture: Part 3 0’34




4 Overture: Part 4 (Orchestra) 1’46




5 On sunny Hills, in gloomy Shades 0’56




6 Free from Sorrow, free from Anguish (Syrinx) 4’02




7 What do I see? (Pan/Syrinx) 1’41




8 Go leave me, ’tis in vain (Syrinx) 2’43




9 How Insolently Coy! am I to be despis’d? 0’46




10 Gentle Cupid, aid my pleasure (Pan) 2’59




11 Symphony (Orchestra) 0’26




12 The rising Morn her purple Beams now sheds 0’24




13 Bid the Tunefull cornet sound 2’04




14 Yet hold: Some Ill our much-lov’d Syrinx waits (Diana) 0’17




15 Air for the Nymphs 0’54




16 Air I for the Nymphs and Sylvans 0’23




17 Air II for the Nymphs and Sylvans (Orchestra) 0’52




18 These glances Stol’n a Flame confess (Sylvan/Nymph) 0’23




19 Fairest, if thou canst be kind, Ah! (Sylvan) 2’24




20 Think’st thou that awkward mien has Charms 1’04




21 Let Nature henceforward neglect (Nymph/Sylvan) 1’36




22 A Sylvan and a Nymph Dance (Orchestra) 0’47




23 Well do these Sports become Diana’s Train (Pan) 1’00




24 Whilst your Harmony fills (Pan/Chorus) 3’05




25 How Sweet the warbling Linnet sings 4’21




26 Toil’d and Impatient have I sought you long 0’41




27 Why should Love, that triffling Passion (Syrinx) 0’44




28 Love! How impatient hast thou made me? (Pan/Syrinx) 0’36




29 Fly, fly, fly, fly, fly, fly, fly, fly, fly (Chorus/Syrinx/Pan) 1’39




30 Cruel Sylvan, O forbear (Syrinx/Pan) 2’37




31 Surprising Change! 3’16




32 But see! the Goddess comes (Pan) 0’50




33 Presumptuous God! Am I so little fear’d (Diana/Pan) 0’54




34 Lawless Rage and wild desire (Diana) 2’42




35 O mighty Goddess! To thy will I bend (Pan) 0’23




36 Dance of Nymphs and Sylvans 0’58




37 Bourrée I & II (Orchestra) 1’36




38 Great Diana will we Sing (Chorus) 1’53



 



Opera in one act · Libretto: Lewis Theobald




First Witch: MAAIKE POORTHUIS




Syrinx: JOHANNETTE ZOMER




Pan: MARC PANTUS




Diana: NICOLA WEMYSS




Sylvan: MITCHELL SANDLER




Nymph: RICHARD ZOOK




Musica ad Rhenum




Jed Wentz



 



Henry Purcell - The Masque of Cupid and Bacchus (from Timon of Athens)




39 A Symphony of pipes imitating the chirping of birds (Orchestra) 3’38




40 Hark how the Songsters of the Grove (First and Second Nymph) 1’34




41 Love in their little veins inspires (First Nymph) 1’21




42 But ah! how much are our delights more dear 1’20




(First Nymph/Second Nymph/Follower of Cupid)




43 Hence with your trifling Deity 2’13




(First, Second and Third Follower of Bacchus)




44 Come all, come all to me, make haste (Cupid) 1’09




45 Who can resist such mighty Charmes (Chorus) 1’34




46 Return revolting Rebells where d’ye goe? (Bacchus) 1’43




47 The Cares of Lovers, their Allarms (Cupid) 1’45




48 Love quickly is pall’d tho’ with Labour ’tis gain’d 1’12




(Fourth Follower of Bacchus)




49 Come let us agree (Cupid/Bacchus/Grand Chorus) 1’47



 



First Nymph: PAULINE GRAHAM




Second Nymph: NICOLA WEMYSS




Follower of Cupid: RENÉ STEUR




Cupid: PENNI CLARKE




Bacchus: MARC PANTUS




First Follower of Bacchus: MITCHELL SANDLER




Second Follower of Bacchus: HUGO NAESSENS




Third Follower of Bacchus: RICHARD ZOOK




Fourth Follower of Bacchus: JOOST VAN DER LINDEN




Musica ad Rhenum




Jed Wentz