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HANDEL, G.: Solomon [Oratorio] (McGegan)

HANDEL, G.: Solomon [Oratorio] (McGegan)

Composer(s)Handel, George Frideric
Period(s) Baroque (1600-1750)
Genre Classical Music
Category Choral - Sacred
Catalogue Carus83.242
Label Carus
Quality   320kbps
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HANDEL, G.: Solomon [Oratorio] (McGegan) 2:36:37   
  Solomon, HWV 67          
      Act I: Overture 6:59       
      Act I Scene 1: Your harps and cymbals sound to great Jehovah's praise (Chorus of Priests) 3:45       
      Act I Scene 1: Air: Praise ye the Lord for all His mercies past (Levite) 4:49       
      Act I Scene 1: With pious hearts, and holy tongue (Chorus of Priests) 4:31       
      Act I Scene 1: Air: Almighty pow'r, who rul'st the earth and skies (Solomon) 2:40       
      Act I Scene 1: Recitative: Imperial Solomon, thy pray'rs are heard (Zadok) 0:56       
      Act I Scene 1: Air: Sacred raptures cheer my breast (Zadok) 4:35       
      Act I Scene 1: Throughout the land Jehovah's praise record (Chorus of Israelites) 2:49       
      Act I Scene 1: Recitative: Bless'd be the Lord, who look'd with gracious eyes (Solomon) 0:20       
      Act I Scene 1: Air: What though I trace each herb and flow'r (Solomon) 6:31       
      Act I Scene 2: Recitative: And see my queen, my wedded love (Solomon) 0:37       
      Act I Scene 2: Air: Bless'd the day when first my eyes (Queen) 5:18       
      Act I Scene 2: Recitative: Thou fair inhabitant of Nile (Solomon, Queen) 0:35       
      Act I Scene 2: Duet: Welcome as the dawn of day (Queen, Solomon) 3:02       
      Act I Scene 2: Recitative: Vain are the transient beauties of the beauties (Zadok) 0:44       
      Act I Scene 2: Air: Indulge thy faith and wedded truth (Zadok) 2:59       
      Act I Scene 2: Recitative: My blooming fair, come, come away (Solomon) 0:09       
      Act I Scene 2: Air: Haste, haste to the cedar grove (Solomon) 3:11       
      Act I Scene 2: Recitative: When thou art absent from my sight (Queen) 0:13       
      Act I Scene 2: Air: With thee th'unshelter'd moor I'd tread (Queen) 2:02       
      Act I Scene 2: Recitative: Search round the world, there never yet was seen (Zadok) 0:19       
      Act I Scene 2: May no rash intruder disturb their soft hours (Chorus) 3:13       
  Solomon, HWV 67          
      Act II Scene 1: From the censer curling rise (Chorus of Israelites) 5:11       
      Act II Scene 1: Recitative: Prais'd be the Lord, from Him my wisdom springs (Solomon) 0:56       
      Act II Scene 1: Air: When the sun o'er yonder hills (Solomon) 4:02       
      Act II Scene 1: Recitative: Great prince, thy resolution's just (Levite) 0:27       
      Act II Scene 1: Air: Thrice bless'd that wise discerning king (Levite) 3:32       
      Act II Scene 2: Recitative: My sovereign liege, two women stand (Attendant, Solomon) - Scene 3: Thou son of David, hear a mother's grief (First Harlot) 1:57       
      Act II Scene 3: Trio: Words are weak to paint my fears (First Harlot, Second Harlot, Solomon) 4:12       
      Act II Scene 3: Recitative: What says the other to th'imputed charge? (Solomon, Second Harlot) 1:06       
      Act II Scene 3: Air: Thy sentence, great king (Second Harlot) 2:10       
      Act II Scene 3: Recitative: Withhold, withhold the executing hand! (First Harlot) 0:14       
      Act II Scene 3: Air: Can I see my infant gor'd (First Harlot) 3:59       
      Act II Scene 3: Recitative: Israel, attend to what your king shall say (Solomon) 1:33       
      Act II Scene 3: Duet: Thrice bless'd be the king (First Harlot, Solomon) 3:23       
      Act II Scene 3: From the east unto the west (Chorus of Israelites) 2:52       
      Act II Scene 3: Recitative: From morn to eve I could enraptur'd ding (Zadok) 0:26       
      Act II Scene 3: Air: See the tall palm that lifts head (Zadok) 5:35       
      Act II Scene 3: Recitative: No more shall armed bands our hopes destroy (First Harlot) 0:15       
      Act II Scene 3: Air: Beneath the vine, or fig-tree's shade (First Woman) 4:41       
      Act II Scene 3: Swell, swell the full chorus (Chorus of Priests) 2:44       
  Solomon, HWV 67          
      Act III: Symphony: Arrival of the Queen of Sheba 3:02       
      Act III: Recitative: From Arabia's spicy shores (Queen of Sheba, Solomon) 1:00       
      Act III: Air: Ev'ry sight these eyes behold (Queen of Sheba) 4:23       
      Act III: Recitative: Sweep, sweep the string, to soothe the royal fair (Solomon) 0:12       
      Act III: Air: Music, spread thy voice around (Solomon, Israelites) 3:33       
      Act III: Air: Now a diff'rent measure try (Solomon, Israelites) 1:45       
      Act III: Recitative: Then at once from rage remove (Solomon) 0:38       
      Act III: Draw the tear from hopeless love (Chorus of Israelites) 2:31       
      Act III: Recitative: Next the tortur'd soul release (Solomon) 0:13       
      Act III: Air: Thus rolling surges rise (Solomon, Israelites) 3:21       
      Act III: Recitative: Thy harmony's divine, great king (Queen of Sheba) 0:58       
      Act III: Air: Pious king, and virtuous queen (Levite) 3:12       
      Act III: Recitative: Thrice happy king, to have achiev'd (Zadok) 0:44       
      Act III: Air: Golden columns, fair and bright (Zadok) 3:18       
      Act III: Praise the Lord with harp and tongue! (Double Chorus) 4:19       
      Act III: Recitative: Gold now is common on our happy shore (Solomon) 0:23       
      Act III: Air: How green our fertile pastures look! (Solomon) 2:12       
      Act III: Recitative: May peace in Salem ever dwell! (Queen of Sheba) 0:40       
      Act III: Air: Will the sun forget to streak (Queen of Sheba) 4:56       
      Act III: Recitative: Adieu, fair queen, and in thy breast (Solomon) 0:12       
      Act III: Duet: Ev'ry joy, that wisdom knows (Solomon, Queen of Sheba) 2:43       
      Act III: The name of the wicked shall quickly be past (Chorus of Israelites) 2:20       
      Applause 0:30       
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