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George Frideric Handel

George Frideric Handel Composer

L'Allegro, il Penseroso ed il Moderato (Pastoral Ode), HWV55

Performances: 22
Tracks: 170
  • L'Allegro, il Penseroso ed il Moderato (Pastoral Ode), HWV55
    Year: 1740
    Genre: Oratorio
    Pr. Instruments: Voice & Chorus/Choir
    • Part 1
      • 1.Accompagnato: Hence, loathed melancholy
      • Ouverture (Concerto grosso, Op.6, No.1)
      • 2.Accompagnato: Hence, vain deluding joys
      • 3.Air: Come, Thou goddess fair and free
      • 4.Air: Come rather goddess sage and holy
      • 5.Air and Chorus: Haste thee nymph
      • 6.Air and Chorus: Come, and trip it as you go
      • 7.Accompagnato: Come pensive nun
      • 8.Arioso: Come, but keep thy wonted state
      • 9.Accompagnato and Chorus: There held in holy passion still ... Join with thee
      • 10.Accompagnato and Recitative: Hence, loathed melancholy ... And if I give thee honour due
      • 11.Accompagnato: First, and chief, on golden wing
      • 12.Air: Mirth, admit me of thy crew
      • 12.Air: Sweet bird, that shunn'st the noise of folly
      • 13.Air: Oft on a plat of rising ground
      • 14.Air: Far from all resort of mirth
      • 15.Recitative and 16.Air: If I give thee honour due ... Let me wander, not unseen
      • 17.Air: Straight mine eye hath caught new pleasures
      • 18.Accompagnato: Mountains on whose barren breast
      • 19a.Air and Chorus: Or let the merry bells ring round ... And young and old come forth
    • Part 2
      • Ouverture (Concerto grosso, Op.6, No.3)
      • 20.Accompagnato: Hence, vain deluding joys
      • 21.Air: Sometimes let gorgeous tragedy
      • 22.Air: But oh! sad virgin, that thy power
      • 22a.Recitative: Thus, Night, oft see me in thy pale career
      • 23.Solo and Chorus: Populous cities please me then ... 24.Air: There let Hymen oft appear
      • 25.Accompagnato: Me, when the sun begins to fling
      • 26.Air Hide me from day's garish eye
      • 27.Air: I'll to the well-trod stage anon
      • 28.Air: And ever against eating cares
      • 29.Air: Orpheus' self may heave his head
      • 30.Air and Chorus: These delights, if thou canst give
      • 30a.Recitative: But let my due feet never fail ... 31.Chorus and Solo: There let the pealing organ blow
      • 32.Air: May at last my weary age
      • 33.Chorus: These pleasures, melancholy, give
    • Part 3
      • Ouverture (Concerto for Organ and Orchestra, Op.7, No.1)
      • 35.Air: Come, with native lustre shine
      • 34.Accompagnato: Hence, boast not, ye profane
      • 36.Accompagnato and Chorus: Sweet temp'rance in thy right hand bear
      • 37.Air: Come, with gentle hand restrain
      • 38.Recitative and Air: No more short life they then will spend ... Each acorn will derive new grace
      • 39.Duet: As steals the morn upon the night
      • 40.Chorus: Thy pleasures, Moderation, give

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