Julia Lezhneva - Mikhail Antonenko - Concerto Köln Carl Heinrich Graun: Opera  Arias

Carl Heinrich Graun: Opera Arias

Julia Lezhneva - Mikhail Antonenko - Concerto Köln

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Released on April 14, 2017 by Decca

Main artist: Julia Lezhneva

Genre: Classical > Opera > Opera Extracts

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Album : 1 disk - 12 tracks Total length : 01:05:11

    L'Orfeo (Carl Heinrich Graun)
  1. 1 "Sento una pena"

    Julia Lezhneva, Soprano - Concerto Köln, Orchestra - Mikhail Antonenko, Conductor - Carl Heinrich Graun, Composer

  2. Ifigenia in Aulide / Act 1
  3. 2 "Sforzero d'avverso mare"

    Julia Lezhneva, Soprano - Concerto Köln, Orchestra - Mikhail Antonenko, Conductor - Carl Heinrich Graun, Composer

  4. Coriolano / Act 2
  5. 3 "Senza di te, mio bene"

    Julia Lezhneva, Soprano - Concerto Köln, Orchestra - Mikhail Antonenko, Conductor - Carl Heinrich Graun, Composer

  6. L'Armida / Act 3
  7. 4 "La gloria t'invita"

    Julia Lezhneva, Soprano - Concerto Köln, Orchestra - Mikhail Antonenko, Conductor - Carl Heinrich Graun, Composer

  8. Il Mithridate
  9. 5 "Piangete, o mesti lumi"

    Julia Lezhneva, Soprano - Concerto Köln, Orchestra - Mikhail Antonenko, Conductor - Carl Heinrich Graun, Composer

  10. Silla / Act 3
  11. 6 "Parmi, ah no! Pur troppo, o Dio!"

    Julia Lezhneva, Soprano - Concerto Köln, Orchestra - Mikhail Antonenko, Conductor - Carl Heinrich Graun, Composer

  12. Rodelinda, regina de' langobardi
  13. 7 Sinfonia

    Julia Lezhneva, Soprano - Concerto Köln, Orchestra - Mikhail Antonenko, Conductor - Carl Heinrich Graun, Composer

  14. L'Orfeo / Act 1
  15. 8 "Il mar s'inalza e freme"

    Julia Lezhneva, Soprano - Concerto Köln, Orchestra - Mikhail Antonenko, Conductor - Carl Heinrich Graun, Composer

  16. L'Orfeo / Act 2
  17. 9 "D'ogni aura al mormorar"

    Julia Lezhneva, Soprano - Concerto Köln, Orchestra - Mikhail Antonenko, Conductor - Carl Heinrich Graun, Composer

  18. Silla / Act 2
  19. 10 "No, no di Libia fra l'arene"

    Julia Lezhneva, Soprano - Concerto Köln, Orchestra - Mikhail Antonenko, Conductor - Carl Heinrich Graun, Composer

  20. L'Armida / Act 3
  21. 11 "A tanti pianti miei"

    Julia Lezhneva, Soprano - Concerto Köln, Orchestra - Mikhail Antonenko, Conductor - Carl Heinrich Graun, Composer

  22. Britannico / Act 2
  23. 12 "Mi paventi il figlio indegno"

    Julia Lezhneva, Soprano - Concerto Köln, Orchestra - Mikhail Antonenko, Conductor - Carl Heinrich Graun, Composer

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