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Act II: Duet Alexander - Cleopatra - Handel* - Alexander Balus (CD, Album)

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  1. Alexander Balus, HWV Alexander Balus, HWV 65, Act II: Hail wedded love Buy track , Contributor - Robin Blaze, counter-tenor - Nicholas Kraemer, Conductor - Age of Enlightenment Orchestra, Orchestra.
  2. Handel’s cantata Cecilia, volgi un sguardo was first performed between the two parts of the ode Alexander’s Feast at Covent Garden on 25 February , when Handel’s setting of the Dryden text proved to be too short to make a full evening’s entertainment. The presence of an Italian cantata amongst an English-texted work can be explained.
  3. Handel*, Catherine Denley • Michael George (3) • Charles Daniels (2) • Lynne Dawson • Gene McFadden, The New College Oxford Choir, The Choir Of The King's Consort, The King's Consort, Robert King (9) ‎– Alexander Balus.
  4. Alexander Balus (HWV 65) is an oratorio by George Frideric Handel, named after its title character, the Seleucid king Alexander theisernaconsligmalodoriffretpyona.xyzinfo work has three acts and was written in English. The period of the story is from B.C to B.C. The libretto is by Thomas Morell after the biblical book of 1 Maccabees.. Fourth in a series of English military oratorios, following Joshua and the success.
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  6. Product description. Alexandre Balus / Dawson - George - Denley - Choirs & King's Consort, dir. Robert King theisernaconsligmalodoriffretpyona.xyzinfo Of the four militaristic oratorios Handel wrote in the s, Joshua, the Occasional Oratorio, Judas Maccabeus, and Alexander Balus, this last, based on an episode from the apocryphal book of the Maccabees, is the only really uninspired one of the lot/5(13).
  7. For this duet alone, it is beyond belief that Alexander Balus is so little represented on the stage and in the recording studio. In Act II Alexander asks Ptolomee for his daughter's hand in marriage and Ptolomee obliges, sending word that his bride awaits him at Ptolomais.

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