Princeton University Library Catalog

Hercules / Handel.

Composer:
Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759 [Browse]
Uniform title:
Format:
Audio
Language:
English
Published/​Created:
[Berlin, Germany] : Deutsche Grammophon, [2010]
Description:
1 online resource (154 minutes)
Notes:
  • Streaming audio files.
  • Title from resource description page (viewed July 27, 2016).
  • For vocal soloists and mixed chorus with instrumental ensemble.
Participant(s)/​Performer(s):
John Tomlinson ; Anthony Rolfe Johnson ; Sarah Walker ; Jennifer Smith ; Catherine Denley ; The Monteverdi Choir ; The English Baroque Soloists ; John Eliot Gardiner, conductor.
Language(s):
Sung in English.
Contents:
Track 1. Overture (06:59) -- Track 2. Recit. acc. "See with what sad dejection" (01:32) -- Track 3. Aria: "No longer, Fate, relentless frown" (05:54) -- Track 4. Recit. acc: "O Herkules!" - Aria: "The world, when day's career is run" (04:56) -- Track 5. Recit: "Princess! be comforted, and hope the best" (01:39) -- Track 6. Aria: "I feel, I feel the god" (01:30) -- Track 7. Recit: "Then I am lost!" - Aria:"There in myrtle ... " (03:27) -- Track 8. Recit: "Despair not!" - Aria: "Where congealed the northern streams" (02:55) -- Track 9. Chorus: "O filial piety! O generous love!" (03:38) -- Track 10. Recit: "Banish your fears!" - Aria: "Begone, my fears" (04:12) -- Track 11. Recit: "A train of captives, red with honest wounds" (00:58) -- Track 12. March (01:39) -- Track 13. Recit: "Thanks to the powers above" (02:04) -- Track 14. Aria: "My father! Ah! methinks I see" (06:12) -- Track 15. Recit: "Now farewell, arms!" - Aria: "The god of battle quits the boody field" (03:43) -- Track 16. Chorus: "Crown with festal pomp the day" (02:38) -- Track 17. Aria: "How blest the maid ordained to dwell" (03:21) -- Track 18. Recit: "It must be so!"- Aria: "When beauty sorrow's" (04:12)-- Track 19. Recit: "Whence this unjust suspicion?" (01:22) -- Track 20. Aria: "Ah! think what ills the jealous prove" (06:03) -- Track 21. Recit: "It is too sure that Hercules is false" (00:25) -- Track 22. Chorus: "Jealousy! Infernal pest" (05:50) -- Track 23. Recit: "She knows my passion" (01:21 -- Track 24. Aria: "From celestial seats descending" (06:05) -- Track 25. Chorus: "Wanton god of amorous fires" (01:54) -- Track 26. Recit: "Yes, I congratulate" - Aria: "Alcides' name" (05:52) -- Track 27. Recit: "O glorious pattern" - Aria: "Resign thy club" (06:18) -- Track 28. Recit: "You are deceived! Some villain has belied" (01:34 -- Track 29. Aria: "Cease, ruler of the day, to rise" (03:27) -- Track 30. Recit: "Some kinder power inspire me to regain" (02:30) -- Track 31. Duet: "Joys of freedom, joys of power" (03:06) -- Track 32. Recit: Father of Hercules" - Chorus: "Love and Hymen" (04:44) -- Track 33. Sinfonia (02:46) -- Track 34. Recit: "Ye sons of Trachin, mourn you valiant chief" (01:36) -- Track 35. Aria: "O scene of unexampled woe" (02:53) -- Track 36. Chorus: "Tyrants now no more shall dread" (02:56) -- Track 37. Recit. acc: "O Jove! what land is this" (02:25) -- Track 38. Recit: "Great Jove! relieve his pains!" (02:14) -- Track 39. Aria: "Let not fame the tidings spread" (02:16) -- Track 40. Recit. acc: "Where shall I fly?" (05:52) -- Track 41. Recit: "Lo! the fair fatal cause of all this ruin!" (01:34) -- Track 42. Aria: "My breast with tender pity swells" (07:37) -- Track 43. Recit: "Princess, rejoice! whose heaven-directed hand" (02:03) -- Track 44. Recit: "Words are too faint" (01:07) -- Track 45. Duet: "O prince, whose virtues all admire" (02:16) -- Track 46. Recit: "Ye sons of freedom" - Chorus: "To him your grateful notes of praise belong" (03:11).
Subject(s):
Other title(s):
Classical music library.
Conductor:
Related name:
Other views:
Staff view