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Handel: Judas Maccabaeus


 
 
 
Disc 1
 
  Composer: Morell, Thomas, Handel, George Frideric
  Judas Maccabaeus, HWV 63 02:31:44
01 Overture 05:27 $ 0.98 USD
02 Part I: Mourn ye afflicted children (Chorus) 05:24 $ 0.97 USD
03 Part I: Recitative: Well may your sorrows, brethren …
(Israelitish man) - Recitative: Daughters, let you
distressful cries … (Israelitish woman)
01:17 $ 0.23 USD
04 Part I: Duet: From this dread scene, these adverse powers
(Israelitish man, Israelitish woman)
02:28 $ 0.44 USD
05 Part I: For Sion lamentation make (Chorus) 03:28 $ 0.62 USD
06 Part I: Recitative: Not vain is all this storm of grief
(Israelitish man)
00:51 $ 0.15 USD
07 Part I: Aria: Pious orgies, pious airs, decent sorrow,
decent prayers, will to the Lord ascend (Israelitish woman)
04:11 $ 0.75 USD
08 Part I: O Father, whose Almighty power the heavens, and
earth and seas adore (Chorus)
02:29 $ 0.45 USD
09 Part I: Recitative: I feel the Deity within (Simon) 00:55 $ 0.17 USD
10 Part I: Aria: Arm, arm, ye brave (Simon) - We come in bright
array (Chorus)
03:52 $ 0.70 USD
11 Part I: Recitative: 'Tis well, my friends (Judas Maccabeus) 00:48 $ 0.14 USD
12 Part I: Aria: Call forth thy powers, my soul, and dare the
conflict of unequal war (Judas Maccabeus)
01:48 $ 0.32 USD
13 Part I: Recitative: To Heaven's Almighty King we kneel
(Israelitish woman)
00:33 $ 0.10 USD
14 Part I: Aria: O liberty, thou choicest treasure, seat of
virtue, source of pleasure! (Israelitish woman)
03:41 $ 0.66 USD
15 Part I: Aria: Come, ever smiling liberty, and with thee
bring thy jocurn train (Israelitish woman)
02:58 $ 0.53 USD
16 Part I: 'Tis liberty, dear liberty alone, that gives fresh
beauty to the sun (Israelitish man)
02:32 $ 0.46 USD
17 Part I: Duet: Come, ever smiling liberty, and with thee
bring thy jocund train (Israelitish woman, Israelitish man)
01:11 $ 0.21 USD
18 Part I: Lead on, lead on (Chorus) 00:59 $ 0.18 USD
19 Part I: Recitative: So willed my father, now at rest in the
eternal mansions of blest (Judas Maccabeus)
01:31 $ 0.27 USD
20 Part I: Disdainful of danger, we'll rush on the foe (Chorus) 02:31 $ 0.45 USD
21 Part I: Recitative: Ambition! If ever honor was thine aim
(Judas Maccabeus)
00:19 $ 0.06 USD
22 Part I: Aria: No unhallowed desire our beasts shall desire
(Judas Maccabeus)
02:18 $ 0.41 USD
23 Part I: Recitative: Haste we, my brethren (Israelitish man) 00:12 $ 0.04 USD
24 Part I: Hear us, O Lord (Chorus) 04:11 $ 0.75 USD
25 Part II: Fallen in the foe, so fall thy foes, oh Lord!
(Chorus) - Recitative: Victorious hero! (Israelitish man)
03:17 $ 0.59 USD
26 Part II: Aria: So rapid thy course is (Israelitish man) 04:34 $ 0.82 USD
27 Part II: Recitative: Well may we hope our freedom to receive
(Israelitish man)
00:16 $ 0.05 USD
28 Part II: Duet: Sion now her head shall raise (Israelitish
woman, Israelitish man)
01:32 $ 0.28 USD
29 Part II: Tune your harps to song of praise (Chorus) 04:29 $ 0.81 USD
30 Part I: Recitative: O let eternal honours crown his name
(Israelitish woman)
00:39 $ 0.12 USD
31 Part II: Aria: From Almighty Kings he took the spoil
(Israelitish woman)
03:57 $ 0.71 USD
32 Part II: Duet: Hail, Judea, happy land (Israelitish man,
Israelitish woman)
02:11 $ 0.39 USD
33 Part II: Recitative: Thanks to my brethren (JudasMaccabeus) 00:45 $ 0.14 USD
 
 
Disc 2
01 Part II: Aria: How vain is man (Judas Maccabeus) 05:27 $ 0.98 USD
02 Part II: Recitative: Oh Judas! O my brethren (Israelitish
messenger)
00:42 $ 0.13 USD
03 Part II: Aria: Ah! wretched Israel (Israelitish woman) -
Chorus: Ah! wretched Israel!
08:44 $ 1.57 USD
04 Part II: Recitative: Be comforted (Simon) 00:38 $ 0.11 USD
05 Part II: Aria: The Lord worketh wonders (Simon) 02:37 $ 0.47 USD
06 Part II: Recitative: My arms! Against this Gorgias will I go
(Judas Maccabeus)
00:27 $ 0.08 USD
07 Part II: Aria: Sound an alarm! (Judas Maccabeus) - We hear,
we hear the pleasing (Chorus)
03:56 $ 0.71 USD
08 Part II: Aria: With pious hearts, and brave as pious, oh
Sion, we thy call attend (Simon)
03:06 $ 0.56 USD
09 Part II: Recitative: Ye worshippers of God, down, down with
polluted altars, down (Israelitish man)
01:20 $ 0.24 USD
10 Part II: Aria: Wise men, flattering, may deceive you with
their, vain mysterious art (Israelitish woman)
05:37 $ 1.01 USD
11 Part II: Duet: O never bow we down (Israelitish woman,
Israelitish man, Chorus)
05:45 $ 1.04 USD
12 Part III: Aria: Father of Heaven, from Thy eternal throne,
look with an eye of blessing down (Israelitish man)
07:21 $ 1.32 USD
13 Part III: See, see yon flames (Israelitish man) 00:44 $ 0.13 USD
14 Part III: Recitative: O grant it, Heaven (Israelitish woman) 00:31 $ 0.09 USD
15 Part II: Aria: So shall the lute and harp awake (Israelitish
woman)
04:21 $ 0.78 USD
16 Part III: Recitative: From Capharsalama, on eagle wings I
fly (Israelitish messenger)
01:17 $ 0.23 USD
17 Part III: See, the conqu'ring hero comes! (Chorus) 02:52 $ 0.52 USD
18 Part III: Sing unto God (Chorus) 02:41 $ 0.48 USD
19 Part III: Recitative: Sweet flow the strains (Judas
Maccabeus)
00:56 $ 0.17 USD
20 Part III: Aria: With honour let desert be crowned (Judas
Maccabeus)
00:56 $ 0.17 USD
21 Part III: Recitative: Peace to my countrymen (Eupolemus) 00:39 $ 0.12 USD
22 Part III: To our great God be all the honour given (Chorus) 00:39 $ 0.12 USD
23 Part III: Duet: O lovely peace, with plenty crowned, come
(Israelitish woman, Israelitish man)
08:28 $ 1.52 USD
24 Part III: Aria: Rejoice, O Judah (Simon) 01:52 $ 0.34 USD
25 Part III: Hallelujah, Amen (Chorus) 02:34 $ 0.46 USD
 
  Album total 02:31:44
ComposerHandel, George Frideric
Morell, Thomas
Mezzo-sopranoKing, Catherine
BassPurves, Christopher
TenorLe Brocq, Mark
Counter-tenorHumphries, Charles
ChoirMaulbronn Chamber Choir
ConductorBudday, Jurgen
SopranoPratschke, Sinead
EnsembleMusica Florea

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