Handel: Solomon

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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/25/2006
  • Label: Naxos
  • UPC: 747313257423
  • Catalog Number: 8557574
  • Sales rank: 213,814

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Disc 1
  1. 1–64 Solomon, oratorio, HWV 67 - George Frideric Handel & Junge Kantorei (159:30)
    Composed byGeorge Frideric Handel
    Conducted byJoachim Carlos Martini
    Performed byJunge Kantorei, Joachim Carlos Martini, Elisabeth Scholl, Frankfurt Baroque Orchestra, Nicola Wemyss, Knut Schoch, Matthias Vieweg, Ewa Wolak
    1. 1Part 1. Ouverture
    2. 2Part 1. Allegro
    3. 3Part 1. Scene 1. Chorus of Priests. Your harps and cymbals sound
    4. 4Part 1. Scene 1. Air. Praise ye the Lord
    5. 5Part 1. Scene 1. Chorus of Priests. With pious hearts
    6. 6Part 1. Scene 1. Accompagnato. Almighty pow'r!
    7. 7Part 1. Scene 1. Recitative. Imperial Solomon
    8. 8Part 1. Scene 1. Air. Sacred raptures
    9. 9Part 1. Scene 1. Chorus of Israelites. Throughout the land Jehovah's praise
    10. 10Part 1. Scene 1. Recitative. Bless'd be the Lord
    11. 11Part 1. Scene 1. Air. What tho' I trace
    12. 12Part 1. Scene 2. Recitative. And see my Queen
    13. 13Part 1. Scene 2. Air. Bless'd the day
    14. 14Part 1. Scene 2. Recitative. Thou fair unhabitant of Nile
    15. 15Part 1. Scene 2. Duet. Welcome as the dawn of day
    16. 16Part 1. Scene 2. Recitative. Vain are the transient beauties
    17. 17Part 1. Scene 2. Air. Indulge thy faith
    18. 18Part 1. Scene 2. Recitative. My blooming fair
    19. 19Part 1. Scene 2. Air. Haste to the cedar grove
    20. 20Part 1. Scene 2. Recitative. When thou art absent from my sight
    21. 21Part 1. Scene 2. Air. With thee th' unshelter'd moor I tread
    22. 22Part 1. Scene 2. Recitative. Search round the world
    23. 23Part 1. Scene 2. Chorus. May no rash intruder
    24. 24Part 2. Scene 1. Chorus. From the censer curling rise
    25. 25Part 2. Scene 1. Recitative. Prais'd be the Lord
    26. 26Part 2. Scene 1. Air. When the sun o'er yonder hills
    27. 27Part 2. Scene 1. Recitative. Great prince
    28. 28Part 2. Scene 1. Air. Thrice bless'd that wise discerning king
    29. 29Part 2. Scene 2. Recitative. My sovereign liege, two women stand
    30. 30Part 2. Scene 2. Air & Terzetto. Words are weak to paint my Fears
    31. 31Part 2. Scene 3. Recitative. What says the other
    32. 32Part 2. Scene 3. Air. Thy sentence, great king
    33. 33Part 2. Scene 3. Recitative. Withhold the executing hand
    34. 34Part 2. Scene 3. Air. Can I see my infant gor'd
    35. 35Part 2. Scene 3. Accompagnato. Israel, attend
    36. 36Part 2. Scene 3. Duet. Thrice bless'd be the king
    37. 37Part 2. Scene 3. Chorus of Israelites. From the east unto the west
    38. 38Part 2. Scene 3. Recitative. From morn to eve
    39. 39Part 2. Scene 3. Air. See the tall Palm
    40. 40Part 2. Scene 3. Recitative. No more shall armed bands
    41. 41Part 2. Scene 3. Air. Beneath the vine
    42. 42Part 2. Scene 3. Chorus of Priests. Swell the full chorus
    43. 43Part 3. Scene 1. Sinfonia
    44. 44Part 3. Scene 1. Recitative. From Arabia's spicy shores
    45. 45Part 3. Scene 1. Air. Ev'ry sight these eyes behold
    46. 46Part 3. Scene 1. Recitative. Sweep the string
    47. 47Part 3. Scene 1. Air & Chorus. Music, spread thy voice around
    48. 48Part 3. Scene 1. Air & Chorus. Now a diff'rent measure try
    49. 49Part 3. Scene 1. Recitative. Then at once
    50. 50Part 3. Scene 1. Chorus. Draw the tear from hopeless love
    51. 51Part 3. Scene 1. Recitative. Next the tortur'd soul release
    52. 52Part 3. Scene 1. Air & Chorus. Thus rolling surges rise
    53. 53Part 3. Scene 1. Recitative. The Harmony's divine
    54. 54Part 3. Scene 1. Air. Pious king and virtuous queen
    55. 55Part 3. Scene 1. Recitative. Thrice happy king
    56. 56Part 3. Scene 1. Air. Golden columns fair and bright
    57. 57Part 3. Scene 1. Chorus. Praise the Lord
    58. 58Part 3. Scene 1. Recitative. Gold now is dommon
    59. 59Part 3. Scene 1. Air. How green our fertile pastures look
    60. 60Part 3. Scene 1. Recitative. May peace in Salem ever dwell
    61. 61Part 3. Scene 1. Air. Will the sun forget to streak
    62. 62Part 3. Scene 1. Recitative. Adieu, fair queen
    63. 63Part 3. Scene 1. Duet. Ev'ry joy that wisdom knows
    64. 64Part 3. Scene 1. Chorus. The name of the wicked
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