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Henry Purcell

Henry Purcell Composer

The Indian Queen, Z.630 (semi-opera)

Performances: 53
Tracks: 139
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  • The Indian Queen, Z.630 (semi-opera)
    Key: C
    Year: c.1690
    Genre: Opera
    Pr. Instrument: Voice
    • Act 1: Prologue
      • 1.Trumpet Tune
      • 2.Solo: Wake, Quivera, wake
      • 3.Solo: Why should men quarrel?
      • 4.Solo: By ancient prophesies
      • 5.Duet: If these be they
      • 6.Reprise: Trumpet tune
    • Act 2
      • 1.Symphony and Dance
      • 2.Solo and Chorus: I come to sing great Zempoalla's story
      • 4.Solo: Scorn'd Envy
      • 3.Trio: What flatt'ring noise
      • 5.Solo: I fly from the place
      • 6.Solo: Begone, curst fiends of Hell
    • Act 3
      • 1.Dance
      • 2.Solo: You twice ten hundred deities
      • 3.The God of Dreams rises
      • 4.Solo: Seek not to know
      • 5.The God of Dreams descends
      • 6.Trumpet Overture
      • 7.Duet: Ah! how happy are we
      • 8.Duet: We the spirits of the air
      • 9.Solo: I attempt from Love's sickness
      • 10.Third Act Tune
    • Act 4
      • 1.Prelude and Song: They tell us that your mighty powers
    • Act 5
      • 1.Symphony
      • 2.Chorus: While thus we bow
      • 3.Solo: You, who at the altar stand
      • 4.Symphony and Chorus: All dismal sounds

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Trumpet Tune in C, ('Cibell'), Z.678

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