George Frideric Händel Acis et Galatée

Acis et Galatée

George Frideric Händel

Bonus : 1 Livret numérique

Paru le 5 juin 2012 chez Naxos

Artiste principal : Seattle Symphony Orchestra

Genre : Classique

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Album : 2 disques - 29 pistes Durée totale : 01:41:23

    DISQUE 1
    Acis and Galatea, HWV 49 (Georg Friedrich Händel)
  1. 1 Acis and Galatea, HWV 49: Act I: Sinfonia

    Dawn Kotoski, soprano - David Gordon, tenor - Jan Opalach, bass - Glenn Siebert, tenor - Seattle Symphony Orchestra - Seattle Symphony Chorale - Gerard Schwarz, Conductor - John Gay, Lyricist - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer Copyright : 2012 Naxos 2012 Naxos

  2. 2 Acis and Galatea, HWV 49: Act I: Oh, the pleasures of the plain (Chorus, Acis, Galatea)

    Dawn Kotoski, soprano - David Gordon, tenor - Jan Opalach, bass - Glenn Siebert, tenor - Seattle Symphony Orchestra - Seattle Symphony Chorale - Gerard Schwarz, Conductor - John Gay, Lyricist - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer Copyright : 2012 Naxos 2012 Naxos

  3. 3 Acis and Galatea, HWV 49: Act I: Accompagnato: Ye verdant plains and woody mountains (Galatea)

    Dawn Kotoski, soprano - David Gordon, tenor - Jan Opalach, bass - Glenn Siebert, tenor - Seattle Symphony Orchestra - Seattle Symphony Chorale - Gerard Schwarz, Conductor - John Gay, Lyricist - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer Copyright : 2012 Naxos 2012 Naxos

  4. 4 Acis and Galatea, HWV 49: Act I: Aria: Hush, ye pretty warbling quire (Galatea)

    Dawn Kotoski, soprano - David Gordon, tenor - Jan Opalach, bass - Glenn Siebert, tenor - Seattle Symphony Orchestra - Seattle Symphony Chorale - Gerard Schwarz, Conductor - John Gay, Lyricist - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer Copyright : 2012 Naxos 2012 Naxos

  5. 5 Acis and Galatea, HWV 49: Act I: Aria: Where shall I seek the charming fair (Acis)

    Dawn Kotoski, soprano - David Gordon, tenor - Jan Opalach, bass - Glenn Siebert, tenor - Seattle Symphony Orchestra - Seattle Symphony Chorale - Gerard Schwarz, Conductor - John Gay, Lyricist - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer Copyright : 2012 Naxos 2012 Naxos

  6. 6 Acis and Galatea, HWV 49: Act I: Recitative: Stay, shepherd, stay (Damon)

    Dawn Kotoski, soprano - David Gordon, tenor - Jan Opalach, bass - Glenn Siebert, tenor - Seattle Symphony Orchestra - Seattle Symphony Chorale - Gerard Schwarz, Conductor - John Gay, Lyricist - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer Copyright : 2012 Naxos 2012 Naxos

  7. 7 Acis and Galatea, HWV 49: Act I: Aria: Shepherd, what art thou pursuing (Damon)

    Dawn Kotoski, soprano - David Gordon, tenor - Jan Opalach, bass - Glenn Siebert, tenor - Seattle Symphony Orchestra - Seattle Symphony Chorale - Gerard Schwarz, Conductor - John Gay, Lyricist - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer Copyright : 2012 Naxos 2012 Naxos

  8. 8 Acis and Galatea, HWV 49: Act I: Recitative: Lo! here my love (Acis)

    Dawn Kotoski, soprano - David Gordon, tenor - Jan Opalach, bass - Glenn Siebert, tenor - Seattle Symphony Orchestra - Seattle Symphony Chorale - Gerard Schwarz, Conductor - John Gay, Lyricist - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer Copyright : 2012 Naxos 2012 Naxos

  9. 9 Acis and Galatea, HWV 49: Act I: Aria: Love in her eyes sits playing (Acis)

    Dawn Kotoski, soprano - David Gordon, tenor - Jan Opalach, bass - Glenn Siebert, tenor - Seattle Symphony Orchestra - Seattle Symphony Chorale - Gerard Schwarz, Conductor - John Gay, Lyricist - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer Copyright : 2012 Naxos 2012 Naxos

  10. 10 Acis and Galatea, HWV 49: Act I: Recitative: Oh! didst thou know the pains of absent love (Galatea)

    Dawn Kotoski, soprano - David Gordon, tenor - Jan Opalach, bass - Glenn Siebert, tenor - Seattle Symphony Orchestra - Seattle Symphony Chorale - Gerard Schwarz, Conductor - John Gay, Lyricist - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer Copyright : 2012 Naxos 2012 Naxos

  11. 11 Acis and Galatea, HWV 49: Act I: Aria: As when the dove laments (Galatea)

    Dawn Kotoski, soprano - David Gordon, tenor - Jan Opalach, bass - Glenn Siebert, tenor - Seattle Symphony Orchestra - Seattle Symphony Chorale - Gerard Schwarz, Conductor - John Gay, Lyricist - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer Copyright : 2012 Naxos 2012 Naxos

  12. 12 Acis and Galatea, HWV 49: Act I: Duet: Happy we! (Acis, Galatea, Chorus)

    Dawn Kotoski, soprano - David Gordon, tenor - Jan Opalach, bass - Glenn Siebert, tenor - Seattle Symphony Orchestra - Seattle Symphony Chorale - Gerard Schwarz, Conductor - John Gay, Lyricist - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer Copyright : 2012 Naxos 2012 Naxos

  13. DISQUE 2
  14. 1 Acis and Galatea, HWV 49: Act II: Wretched lovers! Fate has passed (Chorus)

    Dawn Kotoski, soprano - David Gordon, tenor - Jan Opalach, bass - Glenn Siebert, tenor - Seattle Symphony Orchestra - Seattle Symphony Chorale - Gerard Schwarz, Conductor - John Gay, Lyricist - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer Copyright : 2012 Naxos 2012 Naxos

  15. 2 Acis and Galatea, HWV 49: Act II: Accompagnato: I rage, I melt, I burn (Polyphemus)

    Dawn Kotoski, soprano - David Gordon, tenor - Jan Opalach, bass - Glenn Siebert, tenor - Seattle Symphony Orchestra - Seattle Symphony Chorale - Gerard Schwarz, Conductor - John Gay, Lyricist - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer Copyright : 2012 Naxos 2012 Naxos

  16. 3 Acis and Galatea, HWV 49: Act II: Aria: O ruddier than the cherry (Polyphemus)

    Dawn Kotoski, soprano - David Gordon, tenor - Jan Opalach, bass - Glenn Siebert, tenor - Seattle Symphony Orchestra - Seattle Symphony Chorale - Gerard Schwarz, Conductor - John Gay, Lyricist - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer Copyright : 2012 Naxos 2012 Naxos

  17. 4 Acis and Galatea, HWV 49: Act II: Recitative: Whither, fairest, art thou running (Polyphemus, Galatea)

    Dawn Kotoski, soprano - David Gordon, tenor - Jan Opalach, bass - Glenn Siebert, tenor - Seattle Symphony Orchestra - Seattle Symphony Chorale - Gerard Schwarz, Conductor - John Gay, Lyricist - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer Copyright : 2012 Naxos 2012 Naxos

  18. 5 Acis and Galatea, HWV 49: Act II: Aria: Cease to beauty to be suing (Polyphemus)

    Dawn Kotoski, soprano - David Gordon, tenor - Jan Opalach, bass - Glenn Siebert, tenor - Seattle Symphony Orchestra - Seattle Symphony Chorale - Gerard Schwarz, Conductor - John Gay, Lyricist - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer Copyright : 2012 Naxos 2012 Naxos

  19. 6 Acis and Galatea, HWV 49: Act II: Aria: Would you gain the tender creature (Damon)

    Dawn Kotoski, soprano - David Gordon, tenor - Jan Opalach, bass - Glenn Siebert, tenor - Seattle Symphony Orchestra - Seattle Symphony Chorale - Gerard Schwarz, Conductor - John Gay, Lyricist - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer Copyright : 2012 Naxos 2012 Naxos

  20. 7 Acis and Galatea, HWV 49: Act II: Recitative: His hideous love provokes my rage (Acis)

    Dawn Kotoski, soprano - David Gordon, tenor - Jan Opalach, bass - Glenn Siebert, tenor - Seattle Symphony Orchestra - Seattle Symphony Chorale - Gerard Schwarz, Conductor - John Gay, Lyricist - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer Copyright : 2012 Naxos 2012 Naxos

  21. 8 Acis and Galatea, HWV 49: Act II: Aria: Love sounds th'alarm (Acis)

    Dawn Kotoski, soprano - David Gordon, tenor - Jan Opalach, bass - Glenn Siebert, tenor - Seattle Symphony Orchestra - Seattle Symphony Chorale - Gerard Schwarz, Conductor - John Gay, Lyricist - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer Copyright : 2012 Naxos 2012 Naxos

  22. 9 Acis and Galatea, HWV 49: Act II: Aria: Consider, fond shepherd (Damon)

    Dawn Kotoski, soprano - David Gordon, tenor - Jan Opalach, bass - Glenn Siebert, tenor - Seattle Symphony Orchestra - Seattle Symphony Chorale - Gerard Schwarz, Conductor - John Gay, Lyricist - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer Copyright : 2012 Naxos 2012 Naxos

  23. 10 Acis and Galatea, HWV 49: Act II: Recitative: Cease, oh cease, thou gentle youth (Galatea)

    Dawn Kotoski, soprano - David Gordon, tenor - Jan Opalach, bass - Glenn Siebert, tenor - Seattle Symphony Orchestra - Seattle Symphony Chorale - Gerard Schwarz, Conductor - John Gay, Lyricist - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer Copyright : 2012 Naxos 2012 Naxos

  24. 11 Acis and Galatea, HWV 49: Act II: Trio: The flocks shall leave the mountains (Acis, Galatea, Polyphemus)

    Dawn Kotoski, soprano - David Gordon, tenor - Jan Opalach, bass - Glenn Siebert, tenor - Seattle Symphony Orchestra - Seattle Symphony Chorale - Gerard Schwarz, Conductor - John Gay, Lyricist - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer Copyright : 2012 Naxos 2012 Naxos

  25. 12 Acis and Galatea, HWV 49: Act II: Accompagnato: Help, Galatea! Help, ye parent gods! (Acis)

    Dawn Kotoski, soprano - David Gordon, tenor - Jan Opalach, bass - Glenn Siebert, tenor - Seattle Symphony Orchestra - Seattle Symphony Chorale - Gerard Schwarz, Conductor - John Gay, Lyricist - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer Copyright : 2012 Naxos 2012 Naxos

  26. 13 Acis and Galatea, HWV 49: Act II: Mourn, all ye muses (Chorus)

    Dawn Kotoski, soprano - David Gordon, tenor - Jan Opalach, bass - Glenn Siebert, tenor - Seattle Symphony Orchestra - Seattle Symphony Chorale - Gerard Schwarz, Conductor - John Gay, Lyricist - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer Copyright : 2012 Naxos 2012 Naxos

  27. 14 Acis and Galatea, HWV 49: Act II: Aria: Must I my Acis still bemoan (Galatea, Chorus)

    Dawn Kotoski, soprano - David Gordon, tenor - Jan Opalach, bass - Glenn Siebert, tenor - Seattle Symphony Orchestra - Seattle Symphony Chorale - Gerard Schwarz, Conductor - John Gay, Lyricist - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer Copyright : 2012 Naxos 2012 Naxos

  28. 15 Acis and Galatea, HWV 49: Act II: Recitative: 'Tis done: thus I exert my pow'r divine (Galatea)

    Dawn Kotoski, soprano - David Gordon, tenor - Jan Opalach, bass - Glenn Siebert, tenor - Seattle Symphony Orchestra - Seattle Symphony Chorale - Gerard Schwarz, Conductor - John Gay, Lyricist - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer Copyright : 2012 Naxos 2012 Naxos

  29. 16 Acis and Galatea, HWV 49: Act II: Aria: Heart, the seat of soft delight (Galatea)

    Dawn Kotoski, soprano - David Gordon, tenor - Jan Opalach, bass - Glenn Siebert, tenor - Seattle Symphony Orchestra - Seattle Symphony Chorale - Gerard Schwarz, Conductor - John Gay, Lyricist - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer Copyright : 2012 Naxos 2012 Naxos

  30. 17 Acis and Galatea, HWV 49: Act II: Galatea, dry thy tears (Chorus)

    Dawn Kotoski, soprano - David Gordon, tenor - Jan Opalach, bass - Glenn Siebert, tenor - Seattle Symphony Orchestra - Seattle Symphony Chorale - Gerard Schwarz, Conductor - John Gay, Lyricist - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer Copyright : 2012 Naxos 2012 Naxos

À propos

Acis et Galatée est l'une des oeuvres les plus populaires de Haendel, une délicieuse succession d'airs pastoraux et amoureux, de choeurs sémillants, et d'interventions épicées du cyclope géant Polyphème, qui cherche à vaincre l'idylle entre le berger Acis et la nymphe Galatée. A l'origine une cantate italienne de 1708, Haendel a retravaillé une version en anglais (livret de John Gay) sous forme de masque en deux actes en 1739. C'est cette dernière version qui est présentée ici par Gerard Schwarz.
Georg Friedrich Händel
Acis and Galatea, HWV 49 Dawn Kotoski, soprano David Gordon, tenor Jan Opalach, bass Glenn Siebert, tenor Seattle Symphony Orchestra Seattle Symphony Chorale Gerard Schwarz, Conductor John Gay, Lyricist Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer
Acis et Galatée est l'une des oeuvres les plus populaires de Haendel, une délicieuse succession d'airs pastoraux et amoureux, de choeurs sémillants, et d'interventions épicées du cyclope géant Polyphème, qui cherche à vaincre l'idylle entre le berger Acis et la nymphe Galatée. A l'origine une cantate italienne de 1708, Haendel a retravaillé une version en anglais (livret de John Gay) sous forme de masque en deux actes en 1739. C'est cette dernière version qui est présentée ici par Gerard Schwarz.

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