Henry Purcell: Dido & Aeneas

Dido & Aeneas
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    • Künstler: Veronique Gens, Nathan Berg, Sophie Marin-Degor, Sophie Daneman, Jean-Paul Fouchecourt, Les Arts Florissants, William Christie
    • Label: Erato, DDD, 1993
    • Bestellnummer: 2492768
    • Erscheinungstermin: 15.6.2012
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    • Mitwirkende
    Dido and Aeneas Z 626 (Oper in 3 Akten) (Gesamtaufnahme)
    1. 1 Ouvertre (1. Akt)
    2. 2 Shake the cloud from off your brow, fate your wishes does allow
    3. 3 Ah! Belinda, I am prest with torment not to be confest
    4. 4 Grief increases by concealing - mine admits of no revealing - When monarchs unite, how happy their state
    5. 5 Whence could so much virtue spring?
    6. 6 Fear no danger to ensue, the hero loves as well as you
    7. 7 See, your Royal Guest appears; how godlike is the form he bears! - ...
    8. 8 If not for mine, for Empire's sake some pity on your lover take - ...
    9. 9 Triumphtanz
    10. 10 Vorspiel fr die Hexen - Wayward sisters, you that fright the lonely traveller by night - ... (2. Akt)
    11. 11 The Queen of Carthage, whom we hate - Ere sunset shall most wretched prove - ...
    12. 12 Bute ere we this perform, we'll conjure for a storm
    13. 13 In our deep vaulted cell - Echotanz der Furien
    14. 14 Ritornell - Thanks to these lonesome vales, these desert hills and dales (3. Akt)
    15. 15 Off the visits this lov'd mountain, oft she bathes her in this fountain
    16. 16 Behold, upon my bending spear a monster's head stands bleeding - ...
    17. 17 Stay, Prince, and hear great Jove's command; he summons thee this night away
    18. 18 Then since our charms have sped, a merry, merry dance be led by the nymphs of Carthage to ease us - Tanz der W„lder
    19. 19 Vorspiel - Come away, fellow sailors, your anchors be weighing - Tanz der Matrosen (3. Akt)
    20. 20 See the flags and streamers curling - Our next motion must be to storm her lover on the ocean!
    21. 21 Destruction's our delight, delight our greatest sorrow
    22. 22 Tanz der Hexen
    23. 23 Your counsel all is urged in vain
    24. 24 Great minds against themselves conspire, and shun the cure they most desire - Thy hand, Belinda, darkness shades me
    25. 25 When I am laid in earth, may my wrings create no trouble in thy breast
    26. 26 With dropping wings ye cupids come, and scatter roses on her tomb