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HANDEL, G.F.: Theodora [Opera] (Somary)

Composer(s)Handel, George Frideric
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Period(s) Baroque (1600-1750)
Genre Classical Music
Category Choral - Sacred
Catalogue ALC2005
Label Musical Concepts
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HANDEL, G.F.: Theodora [Opera] (Somary) 2:32:29   
DISC 1
  Theodora, HWV 68          
      Overture 3:59       
      Act I Scene 1: Recitative: 'Tis Dioclesian's natal day (Valens, Chorus) 5:05       
      Act I Scene 1: Recitative: Vouchsafe, a dread Lord, a gracious ear (Didimus, Valens) 3:10       
      Act I Scene 1: For ever thus stands fixed the doom (Chorus) 2:56       
      Act I Scene 1: Recitative: Most cruel decree; sure thy noble soul (Didimus) 5:08       
      Act I Scene 1: Recitative: I know thy virtues, and ask not thy face (Septimius) 4:46       
      Act I Scene 2: Recitative: Though hard, my friends (Theodora) 5:32       
      Act I Scene 2: Recitative: Oh bright example of all goodness (Irene) 0:37       
      Act I Scene 2: Chorus: Come, mighty Father, mighty Lord 4:02       
      Act I Scene 2: Recitative: Fly, fly my brethren (Messenger, Irene) 4:39       
      Act I Scene 2: Chorus: All pow'r in Heaven above, or earth beneath 2:05       
      Act I Scene 2: Recitative: Oh mistaken wretches, why thus blind to fate (Septimius, Theodora) 1:15       
      Act I Scene 2: Recitative: Oh worse than death indeed! (Theodora) 4:05       
      Act I Scene 2: Recitative: Unhappy, happy crew! (Didimus, Irene) 0:49       
      Act I Scene 2: Kind Heav'n if Virtue be thy care (Didimus) 2:34       
      Act I Scene 2: Recitative: Oh Love, how great thy power! (Irene, Chorus) 6:16       
      Act II Scene 1: Recitative: Ye men of Antioch, with solemn pomp (Valens, Chorus) 1:47       
      Act II Scene 1: Aria: Wide spread his Name (Valens) 2:29       
      Act II Scene 1: Recitative: Return, Septimius, to the stubborn maid (Valens, Chorus) 2:28       
      Act II Scene 2: Symphony 1:36       
      Act II Scene 2: Recitative: O thou bright sun! How sweet thy rays (Theodora) 4:52       
      Act II Scene 2: Symphony 2:26       
      Act II Scene 2: Recitative: But why art thou disquieted, my soul? (Theodora) 4:11       
DISC 2
  Theodora, HWV 68          
      Act II Scene 3: Recitative: Long have I known thy friendly social soul. (Didimus, Septimius) 5:38       
      Act II Scene 3: Recitative: O save her, then, or give me power to save (Didimus, Septimius) 0:43       
      Act II Scene 4: Recitative: The clouds begin to veil the hemisphere (Irene) 8:12       
      Act II Scene 5: Recitative: Or lulled with grief or rapt her soul to heaven (Didimus) 3:29       
      Act II Scene 5: Recitative: Oh save me, Heaven, in this my perilous hour. (Theodora, Didimus) 1:15       
      Act II Scene 5: Aria: The pilgrim's home (Theodora) 1:58       
      Act II Scene 5: Recitative: Forbid it, Heaven! (Didimus, Theodora) 2:00       
      Act II Scene 5: Duet: To thee, thou glorious son of worth (Theodora, Didimus) 5:08       
      Act II Scene 6: Recitative: 'Tis night; but night's sweet blessing (Irene) 0:42       
      Act II Scene 6: Chorus: He saw the lovely youth, death's early prey 6:38       
      Act III Scene 1: Aria: Lord, to Thee each night and day (Irene) 6:30       
      Act III Scene 1: Recitative: But see, the good, the virtuous Didimus (Irene, Theodora) 0:43       
      Act III Scene 1: Chorus: Blest be the hand, and blest the power (Theodora) 3:21       
      Act III Scene 1: Recitative: Undaunted in the court stand Didimus (Messenger, Irene, Theodora) 1:52       
      Act III Scene 1: Duet: Whither, Princess, do you fly? (Irene, Theodora) 1:43       
      Act III Scene 1: Recitative: She's gone, disdaining liberty and life (Irene) 0:33       
      Act III Scene 2: Recitative: It is a Christian virtue then (Valens, Didimus, Theodora, Septimius) 7:40       
      Act III Scene 2: Aria: Cease, ye slaves, your fruitless prayer (Valens) 1:19       
      Act III Scene 2: Recitative: Tis kind, my friends, but kinder still (Didimus, Theodora) 1:13       
      Act III Scene 2: Chorus: How strange their ends 3:31       
      Act III Scene 2: Recitative: On me your frowns your utmost rage exert (Didimus, Theodora, Valens, Septimius) 1:44       
      Act III Scene 2: Duet: Streams of pleasure ever flowing (Didimus, Theodora) 5:31       
      Act III Scene 3: Recitative: Ere this their doom is past (Irene) 0:25       
      Act III Scene 3: Chorus: Oh love Divine, thou source of fame 3:54       
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