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    Georg Friedrich Händel: Joseph and his Brethren HWV 59

    Joseph and his Brethren HWV 59
    3 CDs
    CD (Compact Disc)

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    • (Oratorium in englischer Sprache)
    • Künstler: Kenny, Bowman, Ainsley, George, King's Consort Choir, King's Consort, King
    • Label: Hyperion, DDD, 1996
    • Erscheinungstermin: 18.10.1996
    • Tracklisting

    Disk 1 von 3 (CD)

    1. 1 Part 1. Ouverture
    2. 2 Part 1. Air. Be firm, my soul! nor faint beneath
    3. 3 Part 1. Recitative. Joseph, thy fame has reach'd great Pharaoh's ear
    4. 4 Part 1. Air. Come, divine inspirer, come
    5. 5 Part 1. Recitative. Pardon, that I so long forgot thee, Joseph!
    6. 6 Part 1. Air. Ingratitude's the queen of crimes
    7. 7 Part 1. Recitative. Thus, stranger, I have laid my troubled thoughts
    8. 8 Part 1. Chorus. O God of Joseph, gracious shed thy spirit on thy servant's head
    9. 9 Part 1. Accompagnato. Pharaoh, thy dreams are one
    10. 10 Part 1. Recitative. Divine interpreter! What oracle
    11. 11 Part 1. Air. O lovely youth, with wisdom crown'd
    12. 12 Part 1. Recitative. Wear, worthy man, this Royal signet wear
    13. 13 Part 1. Chorus. Joyful sounds, melodious strain
    14. 14 Part 1. Recitative. Whence this unwonted ardour in my breast?
    15. 15 Part 1. Air. I feel a spreading flame within my veins
    16. 16 Part 1. Recitative. Fair Asenath
    17. 17 Part 1. Duet. Celestial virgin! Godlike youth!
    18. 18 Part 1. Recitative. Now, Potiphera, instant to the temple
    19. 19 Part 1. Grand March during the procession
    20. 20 Part 1. Recitative. Tis done, - the sacred knot is tied
    21. 21 Part 1. Chorus. Immortal pleasures crown this pair
    22. 22 Part 1. Recitative. Glorious and happy is thy lot, O Zaphnath!
    23. 23 Part 1. Air. Since the race of time begun
    24. 24 Part 1. Chorus. Swift our numbers, swiftly roll

    Disk 2 von 3 (CD)

    1. 1 Part 2. Chorus. Hail, thou youth, by Heaven belov'd!
    2. 2 Part 2. Recitative. How vast a theme has Egypt for applause!
    3. 3 Part 2. Air. Our fruits, whilst yet in blossom, die
    4. 4 Part 2. Recitative. He's Egypt's common parent, gives her bread
    5. 5 Part 2. Chorus. Blest be the man by pow'r unstain'd
    6. 6 Part 2. Recitative. Phanor, we mention not his highest glory!
    7. 7 Part 2. Air. Together, lovely innocents, grow up
    8. 8 Part 2. Recitative. He then is silent, then again exclaims
    9. 9 Part 2. Accompagnato. Where are these Brethren...Why this base delay!
    10. 10 Part 2. Air. Remorse, confusion, horror, fear
    11. 11 Part 2. Recitative. This Hebrew prisoner
    12. 12 Part 2. Accompagnato. Ye departed hours, what happier moments have I seen?
    13. 13 Part 2. Air. The peasant tastes the sweets of life
    14. 14 Part 2. Recitative. But Simeon comes
    15. 15 Part 2. Recitative. Whence, Asenath, this grief that hangs upon thee?
    16. 16 Part 2. Air. The silver stream, that all its way
    17. 17 Part 2. Recitative. Tell me, O tell me thy heart's malady
    18. 18 Part 2. Air. To keep afar from all offence
    19. 19 Part 2. Chorus. Thus one, with ev'ry virtue crown'd
    20. 20 Part 2. Accompagnato. Once more, O pious Zaphnath, at thy feet
    21. 21 Part 2. Recitative. This kiss, my gracious Lord
    22. 22 Part 2. Air. Thou deign'st to call thy servant 'son'
    23. 23 Part 2. Recitative. Sweet innocence! divine simplicity!
    24. 24 Part 2. Chorus. O God, who in thy heav'nly hand

    Disk 3 von 3 (CD)

    1. 1 Part 3. Sinfonia
    2. 2 Part 3. Recitative. What say'st thou, Phanor?
    3. 3 Part 3. Air. The wanton favours of the great
    4. 4 Part 3. Recitative. Whence so disturb'd, my Lord?
    5. 5 Part 3. Air. Ah Jealousy, thou pelican
    6. 6 Part 3. Recitative. O wrong me not! thy Zaphnath never harbour'd
    7. 7 Part 3. Air. The people's favour, and the smiles of pow'r
    8. 8 Part 3. Recitative. Art thou not Zaphnath? Is not Egypt sav'd?
    9. 9 Part 3. Air. Prophetic raptures swell my breast
    10. 10 Part 3. Accompagnato. What! without me? Ah, how return in peace!
    11. 11 Part 3. Arioso. O pity!
    12. 12 Part 3. Recitative. To prison with him!
    13. 13 Part 3. Arioso. O gracious God
    14. 14 Part 3. Chorus. Eternal Monarch of the sky
    15. 15 Part 3. Recitative. But peace, Zaphnath returns
    16. 16 Part 3. Air. Thou hadst, my Lord, a father once
    17. 17 Part 3. Recitative. Give, give him up the lad
    18. 18 Part 3. Recitative. I can no longer
    19. 19 Part 3. Duet. What's sweeter than the new-blown rose
    20. 20 Part 3. Recitative. With songs of ardent gratitude and praise
    21. 21 Part 3. Chorus. Alleluia. We will rejoice in thy salvation