Haydn: Oratorios

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  • Release Date: 4/28/2009
  • Label: Naxos
  • UPC: 747313700837
  • Catalog Number: 8507008
  • Sales rank: 234,711


Disc 1
  1. 1–32 Die Schöpfung (The Creation), oratorio, H. 21/2 - Franz Joseph Haydn & Andreas Spering (104:03)
    Composed byFranz Joseph Haydn
    Conducted byAndreas Spering
    Performed byAndreas Spering, Max Ciolek, Hanno Muller-Brachmann, Jan Kobow, Capella Augustina, VokalEnsemble Köln, Sunhae Im, Christine Wehler
    1. 1Part 1. No. 1. Die Vorstellung des Chaos
    2. 2Part 1. Recitative. Im Anfange schuf Gott Himmel und Erde
    3. 3Part 1. No. 2. Aria and Chorus. Nun schwanden vor dem heiligen Strahle
    4. 4Part 1. No. 3. Recitative. Und Gott machte das Firmament
    5. 5Part 1. No. 4. Solo with Chorus. Mit Staunen sieht das Wunderwerk
    6. 6Part 1. No. 5. Recitative. Und Gott sprach: Es sammle sich das Wasser
    7. 7Part 1. No. 6. Aria. Rollend in schäumenden Wellen
    8. 8Part 1. No. 7. Recitative. Und Gott sprach: Es bringe die Erde Gras hervor
    9. 9Part 1. No. 8. Aria. Nun beut die Flur das frische Grün
    10. 10Part 1. No. 9. Recitative. Und die himmlischen Heerscharen
    11. 11Part 1. No. 10. Chorus. Stimmt an die Saiten
    12. 12Part 1. No. 11. Recitative. Es seien Lichter an der Feste des Himmels
    13. 13Part 1. No. 12. Recitative. In vollem Glanze steiget jetzt die Sonne
    14. 14Part 1. No. 13. Soloists and Chorus. Die Himmel erzählen die Ehre Gottes
    15. 15Part 2. No. 14. Recitative. Und Gott sprach: Es bringe das Wasser in der Fülle hervor
    16. 16Part 2. No. 15. Aria. Auf starkem Fittiche schwinget sich der Adler stolz
    17. 17Part 2. No. 16. Recitative. Und Gott schuf große Walfische
    18. 18Part 2. No. 17. Recitative. Und die Engel rührten ihre unsterblichen Harfen
    19. 19Part 2. No. 18. Soloists. In holder Anmut stehn / No. 19. Trio and Chorus. Der Herr ist groß
    20. 20Part 2. No. 20. Recitative. Und Gott spracht: es bringe die Erde hervor lebende Geschöpfe
    21. 21Part 2. No. 21. Recitative. Gleich öffnet sich der Erde Schoss
    22. 22Part 2. No. 22. Aria. Nun scheint in vollem Glanze der Himmel
    23. 23Part 2. No. 23. Recitative. Und Gott schuf den Menschen nach seinem Ebenbilde
    24. 24Part 2. No. 24. Aria. Mit Würd' und Hoheit angetan
    25. 25Part 2. No. 25. Recitative. Und Gott sah jedes Ding, was er gemacht hatte
    26. 26Part 2. No. 26. Chorus. Vollendet ist das große Werk / No. 27. Trio. Zu dir, o Herr, blickt alles a
    27. 27Part 3. No. 29. Recitative. Aus Resenwolken
    28. 28Part 3. No. 30. Duet with Chorus. Von deiner Güt', o Herr und Gott
    29. 29Part 3. No. 31. Recitative. Nun ist die erste Pflicht erfüllt
    30. 30Part 3. No. 32. Duet. Holde Gattin!
    31. 31Part 3. No. 33. Recitative. O glücklich Paar
    32. 32Part 3. No. 34. Chorus and Soloists. Singt dem Herren alle Stimmen
Disc 2
Disc 3
  1. 1–43 Die Jahreszeiten (The Seasons), oratorio, H. 21/3 - Franz Joseph Haydn & Gewandhaus Children's Chorus (130:27)
    Composed byFranz Joseph Haydn
    Conducted byMorten Schuldt-Jensen
    Performed byGewandhaus Children's Chorus, Stephan MacLeod, Sibylla Rubens, Morten Schuldt-Jensen, Andreas Karasiak, Leipzig Chamber Orchestra
    1. 1Spring. Introduction & Recitative. Seht, wie der stregne Winter flieht
    2. 2Spring. Chorus. Komm, holder Lenz!
    3. 3Spring. Recitative. Vom Widder strahlet jetzt
    4. 4Spring. Aria. Schon eilet froh der Ackermann
    5. 5Spring. Recitative. Der Landmann hat sein Werk vollbracht
    6. 6Spring. Soloists & Chorus. Bittgesang / Sei nun gnädig, milder Himmel
    7. 7Spring. Recitative. Erhört ist unser Flehn
    8. 8Spring. Trio & Chorus. Freudenlied, mit abwechseldem Chor der Jugend / O wie lieblich ist der Anbli
    9. 9Spring. Soloists & Chorus. Ewiger, mächtiger
    10. 10Summer. Recitative. In grauem Schleier rückt heran
    11. 11Summer. Aria & Recitative. Der muntre Hirt versammelt nun / Die Morgenröte bricht hervor
    12. 12Summer. Soloists & Chorus. Sie steigt herauf, die Sonne
    13. 13Summer. Recitative. Nun regt und bewegt sich alles umher
    14. 14Summer. Recitative. Die Mittagssonne brennet jetzt
    15. 15Summer. Cavatina. Dem Druck' erlieget die Natur
    16. 16Summer. Recitative. Willkommen jetzt, o dunkler Hain
    17. 17Summer. Aria. Welche Labung für die Sinne
    18. 18Summer. Recitative. O seht, es steiget in der schwülen Luft
    19. 19Summer. Chorus. Ach! Das Ungewitter naht
    20. 20Summer. Soloists & Chorus. Die düstren Wolken trennen sich
    21. 21Autumn. Overture & Recitative. Was durch seine Blüte der Lenz
    22. 22Autumn. Recitative. Den reichen Vorrat führt er nun
    23. 23Autumn. Terzetto & Chorus. So lohnet die Natur den Fleiß
    24. 24Autumn. Recitative. Seht, wie zum Haselbusche dort
    25. 25Autumn. Duet. Ihr Schönen aus der Stadt, kommt her
    26. 26Autumn. Recitative. Nun zeiget das entblößte Feld
    27. 27Autumn. Aria. Seht auf die breiten Wiesen hin
    28. 28Autumn. Recitative. Hier ein dichter Kreis die Hasen
    29. 29Autumn. Chorus. Hört das laute Getön
    30. 30Autumn. Recitative. Am Rebenstocke blinket jetzt
    31. 31Autumn. Chorus. Juhhe, juhhe! Der Wein ist da
    32. 32Winter. Overture
    33. 33Winter. Recitative. Nun senket sich das blasse Jahr
    34. 34Winter. Cavatina. Licht und Leben sing geschwächet
    35. 35Winter. Recitative. Gefesselt steht der breite See
    36. 36Winter. Aria. Hier steht der Wandrer nun
    37. 37Winter. Recitative. So wie er nacht, schallt in sein Ohr
    38. 38Winter. Soloist & Chorus. Knurre, schunrre, Rädchen, knurre
    39. 39Winter. Recitative. Abgesponnen ist der Flachs
    40. 40Winter. Song & Chorus. Ein Mädchen, das auf Ehre hielt
    41. 41Winter. Recitative. Vom dürren Oste dringt
    42. 42Winter. Aria & Recitative. Erblicke hier, betörter Mensch / Sie bliebt allein und leitet uns
    43. 43Winter. Soloists & Chorus. Dann bricht der große Morgen an
Disc 4
Disc 5
  1. 1–32 Il Ritorno di Tobia, oratorio for 4 soloists, chorus & orchestra, H. 21/1 - Franz Joseph Haydn & Roberta Invernizzi (168:41)
    Composed byFranz Joseph Haydn
    Conducted byAndreas Spering
    Performed byRoberta Invernizzi, Andreas Spering, Max Ciolek, Ann Hallenberg, Capella Augustina, VokalEnsemble Köln, Anders J. Dahlin, Sophie Karthäuser, Nikolay Borchev
    1. 1Part 1. Sinfonia
    2. 2Part 1. No. 1. Coro. Pietà d'un'infelice
    3. 3Part 1. No. 2a. Recitativo. Né comparisce
    4. 4Part 1. No. 2b. Aria. Sudò il guerriero
    5. 5Part 1. No. 3a. Recitativo. Deh modera il dolor
    6. 6Part 1. No. 3b. Aria. Ah tu m'ascolta
    7. 7Part 1. No. 4a. Recitativo. Non è quello Azaria
    8. 8Part 1. No. 4b. Aria. Anna, m'ascolta!
    9. 9Part 1. No. 5a. Recitativo. Che disse?
    10. 10Part 1. No. 5b. Aria. Ah gran Dio
    11. 11Part 1. No. 5c. Coro. Ah gran Dio!
    12. 12Part 1. No. 6a. Recitativo. Sara, mia dolce sposa
    13. 13Part 1. No. 6b. Aria. Quando mi dona un cenno
    14. 14Part 1. No. 7a. Recitativo. Somme grazie ti rendo
    15. 15Part 1. No. 7b. Aria. Del caro sposo
    16. 16Part 1. No. 8. Recitativo. Rivelarti a Dio piacque
    17. 17Part 1. No. 9. Coro. Odi le nostre voci
    18. 18Part 2. No. 10a. Recitativo. Oh della santa fé stupendi effetti!
    19. 19Part 2. No. 10b. Aria. Come se a voi parlasse
    20. 20Part 2. No. 11a. Recitativo. Ad Azaria nel volto
    21. 21Part 2. No. 11b. Aria. Non parmi esser fra gl'uomini
    22. 22Part 2. No. 12a. Recitativo. Che soave parlar!
    23. 23Part 2. No. 12b. Aria. Quel felice nocchier
    24. 24Part 2. No. 13a. Recitativo. Giusta brama l'affretta
    25. 25Part 2. No. 13b. Aria. Come in sogno un stuol m'apparve
    26. 26Part 2. No. 13c. Coro. Svanisce in un momento
    27. 27Part 2. No. 14a. Recitativo. Ah dove corri, oh padre?
    28. 28Part 2. No. 14b. Aria. Invan lo chiedi, amico
    29. 29Part 2. No. 15a. Recitativo. Che fulmine improvviso!
    30. 30Part 2. No. 15b. Duetto. Dunque, oh Dio
    31. 31Part 2. No. 16. Recitativo. Qui di morir si parla
    32. 32Part 2. No. 17. Coro. Io non oso alzar
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