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HANDEL, G.F.: Semele (Sung in German) [Opera] (Werner)

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HANDEL, G.F.: Semele (Sung in German) [Opera] (Werner)

Composer(s)Handel, George Frideric
Artist(s)
Period(s) Baroque (1600-1750)
Genre Classical Music
Category Opera
Catalogue 0020902BC
Label Berlin Classics
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HANDEL, G.F.: Semele (Sung in German) [Opera] (Werner) 2:46:02   
DISC 1
  Semele, HWV 58 (Sung in German)          
      Act I: Overture 5:46       
      Act I: Gavotte 2:10       
      Act I Scene 1: Recitative: Behold! Auspicious flashes rise (Priest) 2:15       
      Act I Scene 1: Lucky omens bless our rites (Chorus) 4:25       
      Act I Scene 1: Recitative and Aria: Daughter, obey, Hear and obey! (Cadmus, Athamas) 1:12       
      Act I Scene 1: Recitative: Ah me, ah me! What refuge now is left me? - Aria: O Jove! In pity teach me which to choose (Semele) 2:43       
      Act I Scene 1: The morning lark to mine accords his note (Semele) 5:01       
      Act I Scene 1: Recitative: See, she blushing turns her eyes (Athamas) 0:25       
      Act I Scene 1: Hymen, haste, thy torch prepare (Athamas) 5:00       
      Act I Scene 1: Recitative: Alas, she yields, and has undone me! (Ino, Athamas, Semele) 0:47       
      Act I Scene 1: Quartet: Why dost thou thus untimely grieve (Cadmus, Ino, Athamas, Semele) 2:30       
      Act I Scene 1: Chorus: Avert these omens, all ye pow'rs! (Chorus) 2:35       
      Act I Scene 1: Recitative: Again auspicious flashes rise (Cadmus) 1:04       
      Act I Scene 1: Recitative: Thy aid, pronubial Juno, Athamas implores! (Athamas, Semele) 0:13       
      Act I Scene 1: Chorus: Cease, cease your vows, 'tis impious to proceed (Chorus) 0:38       
      Act I Scene 2: Recitative: O Athamas, what torture hast thou borne! (Athamas) 0:28       
      Act I Scene 2: Aria: Turn, hopeless lover, turn thy eye (Ino) 6:07       
      Act I Scene 2: Recitative: She weeps! (Athamas) 0:33       
      Act I Scene 2: Aria: Your tuneful voice my tale would tell (Athamas) 3:46       
      Act I Scene 2: Recitative: Too well I see, Thou wilt not understand me (Ino, Athamas) 0:50       
      Act I Scene 2: Duet: You've undone me - With my life I would atone (Ino, Athamas) 3:20       
      Act I Scene 3: Recitative: Ah, wretched prince, doom'd to disastrous love! (Cadmus, Athamas) 0:47       
      Act I Scene 3: Accompagnato: Wing'd with our fears and pious haste (Cadmus) 1:11       
      Act I Scene 4: See, see, Jove's Priests and holy Augurs come (Athamas, Ino, Cadmus) 0:40       
      Act I Scene 4: Hail, Cadmus, hail! Jove salutes the Theban King (Chorus) 1:54       
      Act I Scene 4: Aria and Chorus: Endless pleasure, endless love (Semele, Chorus) 6:14       
DISC 2
  Semele, HWV 58 (Sung in German)          
      Act II: Symphony 1:42       
      Act II Scene 1: Recitative: Iris, impatient of thy stay (Juno, Iris) 0:46       
      Act II Scene 1: Aria: There, from mortal cares retiring (Iris) 3:54       
      Act II Scene 1: Recitative: No more, I'll hear no more! (Juno) 0:08       
      Act II Scene 1: Accompagnato: Awake, Saturnia, from thy lethargy! (Juno) 2:18       
      Act II Scene 1: Aria: Hence, Iris, hence away (Juno) 3:43       
      Act II Scene 2: Aria: O sleep, why dost thou leave me? (Semele) 2:43       
      Act II Scene 3: Recitative: Let me not another moment bear the pangs of absence (Semele) 0:20       
      Act II Scene 3: Lay your doubts and fears aside (Jupiter) 2:17       
      Act II Scene 3: Recitative: You are mortal and require time to rest (Jupiter) 0:24       
      Act II Scene 3: Aria: With fond desiring (Semele) 3:41       
      Act II Scene 3: Chorus: How engaging, how endearing (Chorus) 3:47       
      Act II Scene 3: Recitative: Ah me! - Why sighs my Semele? (Semele, Jupiter) 1:21       
      Act II Scene 3: Aria: I must with speed amuse her (Jupiter) 2:46       
      Act II Scene 3: Chorus: Now Love that everlasting boy invites (Chorus) 2:51       
      Act II Scene 3: Recitative: By my command (Jupiter, Semele) 1:10       
      Act II Scene 3: Aria: Where'er you walk (Jupiter) 3:33       
      Act II Scene 4: Recitative: Dear sister, how was your passage hither? (Semele, Ino) 0:43       
      Act II Scene 4: Aria: But hark, the heav'nly sphere turns round (Ino) 1:35       
      Act II Scene 4: Duet: Prepare then, ye immortal choir! (Semele, Ino) 2:09       
      Act II Scene 4: Chorus: Bless the glad earth with heav'nly lays (Chorus) 3:20       
DISC 3
  Semele, HWV 58 (Sung in German)          
      Act III: Symphony 1:38       
      Act III Scene 1: Recitative: Somnus, awake! Eaise thy reclining head! (Juno, Iris) 0:40       
      Act III Scene 1: Aria: Leave me, loathsome light (Somnus) 3:01       
      Act III Scene 1: Recitative: Dull God, canst thou attend the water's fall (Iris, Juno) 0:30       
      Act III Scene 1: Aria: More sweet is that name (Somnus) 1:44       
      Act III Scene 1: Recitative: My will obey, She shall be thine (Juno, Somnus) 1:21       
      Act III Scene 1: Duet: Obey my will (Juno) - All I must grant (Somnus) 2:04       
      Act III Scene 2: Aria: My racking thoughts by no kind slumbers freed (Semele) 2:30       
      Act III Scene 3: Recitative: Thus shap'd like Ino (Juno, Semele) 1:28       
      Act III Scene 3: Aria: Myself I shall adore (Semele) 4:51       
      Act III Scene 3: Recitative: Be wise, as you are beautiful (Juno, Semele) - Conjure him by his oath (Juno) 0:29       
      Act II Scene 2: Accompagnato: Conjure him by his oath (Juno) 1:12       
      Act III Scene 3: Aria: Thus let my thanks be pa'd (Semele) 2:21       
      Act III Scene 3: Recitative: Rich odours fill the fragrant air (Juno, Semele) 0:22       
      Act III Scene 4: Aria: Come to my arms, my lovely fair (Jupiter) 2:42       
      Act III Scene 4: Recitative: O Semele! Why art thou thus insensible? (Jupiter) 0:16       
      Act III Scene 4: Aria: I ever am granting, you always complain (Semele) 2:43       
      Act III Scene 4: Recitative: Speak, speak your desire (Jupiter, Semele) - By that tremendous flood, I swear (Jupiter) 0:13       
      Act III: Accompagnato: By that tremendous flood, I swear (Jupiter) 0:36       
      Act III Scene 4: Recitative: You'll grant what I require? (Semele, Jupiter) 0:31       
      Act III Scene 4: Aria: Ah, take heed what you press! (Jupiter) 1:34       
      Act III Scene 4: No, no, I'll take no less (Semele) 2:53       
      Act III Scene 5: Recitative: Ah, whither is she gone! (Jupiter) 2:57       
      Act III Scene 6: Aria: Above measure is the pleasure, which my revenge supplies! (Juno) 2:28       
      Act III Scene 7: Recitative: Ah me! Too late I now repent (Semele) 2:56       
      Act III Scene 8: Recitative: Of my ill-boding dream (Ino) 0:11       
      Act III Scene 8: Chorus: Oh, terror and astonishment! (Chorus) 3:30       
      Act III Scene 8: Recitative: How I was hence remov'd (Ino, Cadmus, Athamas) 0:40       
      Act III Scene 8: Despair no more shall wound me (Athamus) 3:30       
      Act III Scene 8: Recitative: See from above the bellying clouds descend (Cadmus) 0:20       
      Act III: Symphony 1:49       
      Act III Scene the last: Recitative: Apollo comes, to relieve your care (Apollo) 0:51       
      Act III Scene the last: Chorus: Happy, happy shall we be (Chorus) 3:26       
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