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HANDEL, G.F.: Allegro, il Penseroso ed il Moderato (L') [Oratorio] (Sung in German) (Reuter)

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HANDEL, G.F.: Allegro, il Penseroso ed il Moderato (L') [Oratorio] (Sung in German) (Reuter)

Composer(s)Handel, George Frideric
Artist(s)
Period(s) Baroque (1600-1750)
Genre Classical Music
Category Choral - Secular
Catalogue 0184652BC
Label Berlin Classics
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HANDEL, G.F.: Allegro, il Penseroso ed il Moderato (L') [Oratorio] (Sung in German) (Reuter) 1:51:47   
DISC 1
  L'Allegro, il Penseroso ed il Moderato, HWV 55 (arr. P. Huth) (Sung in German)          
      Overture (Alessandro Severo) 6:24       
      Part I: Accompagnato: Hence, loathed Melancholy (Tenor) 1:24       
      Part I: Accompagnato: Hence, vain deluding joys (Alto) 1:00       
      Part I: Aria: Come, thou Goddess fair and free (Soprano II) 1:34       
      Part I: Come rather, Goddess, sage and holy (Alto) 2:16       
      Part I: Aria: Haste thee, nymph (Tenor, Chorus) 2:35       
      Part I: Aria: Come and trip it as you go (Soprano II, Chorus) 2:50       
      Part I: Accompagnato: Come, pensive Nun (Soprano I) 0:47       
      Part I: Arioso: Come, but keep thy wonted state (Soprano I) 1:11       
      Part I: Accompagnato and Arioso: There, held in holy passion still - Join with theer (Alto, Chorus) 3:11       
      Part I: Recitative: Hence, loathed Melancholy (Tenor, Soprano II) 0:34       
      Part I: Aria: Mirth, admit me of thy crew (Soprano II) 3:57       
      Part I: Accompagnato: First and chief, on golden wing (Soprano I) 0:48       
      Part I: Aria: Sweet bird (Soprano I) 7:59       
      Part I: Recitative: If I give thee honour due (Bass) 0:11       
      Part I: Aria: Mirth, admit me of thy crew (Bass) 2:21       
      Part I: Aria: Oft, on a plat of rising ground (Soprano I) 2:54       
      Part I: Aria: Far from all resort of mirth (Soprano I) 3:02       
      Part I: Recitative: If I give thee honour due (Tenor) 0:11       
      Part I: Aria: Let me wander not unseen (Tenor) 1:26       
      Part I: Aria: Straight mine eye (Soprano II) 2:03       
      Part I: Accompagnato: Mountains, on whose barren breast (Bass) 1:11       
      Part I: Aria: Or let the merry bells ring round - And young and old come forth to play (Soprano II, Chorus) 4:03       
DISC 2
  L'Allegro, il Penseroso ed il Moderato, HWV 55 (arr. P. Huth) (Sung in German)          
      Part II: Accompagnato: Hence, vain deluding Joys (Alto) 1:12       
      Part II: Aria: Sometimes let gorgeous Tragedy (Alto) 3:08       
      Part II: Aria: But oh, sad virgin (Soprano I) 5:03       
      Part II: Recitative: Thus, Night, oft see me (Soprano II) 0:17       
      Part II: Populous cities please me then (Bass, Chorus) 3:14       
      Part II: Aria: There let Hymen oft appear (Tenor) 2:22       
      Part II: Accompagnato: Me, when the Sun begins to fling (Alto) 0:34       
      Part II: Aria: Hide me from Day's garnish eye (Alto) 2:18       
      Part II: Aria: I'll to the well-trod stage anon (Tenor) 1:59       
      Part II: Aria: And ever against eating cares (Soprano II) 2:22       
      Part II: Aria: Orpheus self may have his head (Bass) 2:48       
      Part II: Aria: These delights if thou canst give (Tenor, Chorus) 3:30       
      Part II: Recitative: But let my due feet never fail (Soprano I) 0:39       
      Part II: There let the pealing organ blow (Soprano I, Chorus) 1:52       
      Part II: Aria: May at last my weary age (Alto) 3:17       
      Part II: These pleasures, Melancholy, give (Soprano I, Chorus) 5:24       
      Part III: Accompagnato: Hence! Boast not, ye profane (Bass) 0:24       
      Part III: Aria: Come, with native lustre shine (Bass) 2:42       
      Part III: Accompagnato: Sweet Temp'rance (Bass, Chorus) 2:18       
      Part III: Aria: Come, with gentle hand restrain (Soprano I) 1:44       
      Part III: Recitative: No more short life they then will spend in straying (Soprano II) 0:35       
      Part III: Aria: Each action will derive new grace (Soprano II) 2:19       
      Part III: Duet: As steals the morn upon the night (Soprano I, Tenor) 5:36       
      Part III: Thy pleasures, Moderation, give (Chorus) 2:18       
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