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HANDEL, G.F.: Alexander Balus (Palmer)

Composer(s)Handel, George Frideric
Period(s) Baroque (1600-1750)
Genre Classical Music
Category Opera
Catalogue NPD85625-2
Label Newport Classic
Quality   320kbps
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HANDEL, G.F.: Alexander Balus (Palmer) 2:26:17   
  Alexander Balus, HWV 65          
      Act I Scene 1: Overture 2:37       
      Act I Scene 1: Chorus: Flush'd with conquest, fir'd by Mithra 3:31       
      Act I Scene 1: Recitative:Thus far, ye glorious partners of the war (Alexander, Jonathan) 1:27       
      Act I Scene 1: Air: Great Author of this harmony (Jonathan) 3:40       
      Act I Scene 1: Fanfare and Recitative: And thus let happy Egypt's king (Ptolomee) 0:37       
      Act I Scene 1: Aria: Thrice happy the monarch, whom nations contend (Ptolomee) 4:01       
      Act I Scene 1: Recitative and Air: Congratulations to our father's friend (Cleopatra) 6:43       
      Act I Scene 1: Recitative and Air: Be it my chief ambition there to rise (Alexander) 2:30       
      Act I Scene 1: Chorus: Ye happy nations round (Jonathan) 2:46       
      Act I Scene 2: Recitative and Air: My Jonathan, didst thou mark well her graces (Alexander) 3:52       
      Act I Scene 3: Air: Subtle love, with fancy viewing (Cleopatra) 6:32       
      Act I Scene 3: Recitative and Air: Aspasia, I know not what to call (Cleopatra) 3:00       
      Act I Scene 3: Recitative and Air: Check not the pleasing accents of thy tongue (Aspasia) 2:46       
      Act I Scene 3: Recitative and Duet: How blissful state! (Cleopatra, Aspasia) 3:21       
      Act I Scene 4: Recitative: Why hangs this heavy gloom upon the brow (Jonathan, Alexander) 1:02       
      Act I Scene 4: Air: Heroes may boast their mighty deeds (Alexander) 4:25       
      Act I Scene 4: Recitative and Air: Ye sons of Judah, with high festival (Jonathan, Chorus) 4:32       
      Act II Scene 1: Air: Kind hope, thou universal friend (Aspasia) 7:22       
      Act II Scene 1: Recitative: Long, long and happy live the king! (Jonathan, Alexander) 0:38       
      Act II Scene 1: Air: O Mithra, with thy brightest beams (Alexander) 4:06       
  Alexander Balus, HWV 65          
      Act II Scene 1: Recitative: Stay, my dread sov'reign, and let just revenge (Courtier, Alexander, Jonathan) 1:03       
      Act II Scene 1: Air: Hateful man! Thy sland'rous tongue (Jonathan) 4:23       
      Act II Scene 1: Chorus: O calumny, on virtue waiting 6:28       
      Act II Scene 2: Recitative and Air: Ah! Whence these dire forebodings of the mind? (Cleopatra) 6:52       
      Act II Scene 2: Recitative and Air: Give to the winds, fair princess, these vain doubts (Aspasia, Alexander) 4:08       
      Act II Scene 3: Recitative and Air: Thus far my wishes thrive (Ptolomee) 4:48       
      Act II Scene 4: Accompanied Recitative: Ye happy people, with loud accents speak (Jonathan, Alexander, Cleopatra) 4:29       
      Act II Scene 4: Chorus: Hymen, fair Urania's son 2:30       
      Act III Scene 1: Sinfonia 1:10       
      Act III Scene 1: Recitative and Air: Tis true, instinctive nature seldom points (Cleopatra, Chorus) 4:22       
      Act III Scene 2: Recitative: Ah, was it not my Cleopatra's voice? (Alexander, Jonathan, Aspasia) 1:55       
      Act III Scene 2: Fury, with red sparkling eyes (Alexander) 5:32       
      Act III Scene 2: Recitative and Air: Gods! Can there be a more afflicting sight (Aspasia) 3:32       
      Act III Scene 2: Recitative and Air: May he return with laurel'd victory (Jonathan, Chorus) 5:23       
      Act III Scene 3: Accompanied Recitative: Yes, he was false, my daughter, false to you (Ptolomee, Cleopatra) 1:42       
      Act III Scene 3: Air: O sword, and thou, all-daring hand (Ptolomee) 2:52       
      Act III Scene 4: Accompanied Recitative: Shall Cleopatra ever smile again? (Cleopatra, Messenger) 2:03       
      Act III Scene 4: Aria: O take me from this hateful light (Cleopatra) 4:29       
      Act III Scene 4: Recitative: Forgive, O queen, the messenger of ill! (Second Messenger, Cleopatra, Messenger) 1:10       
      Act III Scene 4: Accompanied Recitative and Air: Calm thou my soul (Cleopatra) 3:33       
      Act III Scene 5: Recitative and Air : Mysterious are thy ways, O Providence! (Jonathan, Chorus) 4:25       
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