Purcell: Fairy Queen, The / Dido And Aeneas – Aldeburgh Festival Strings / Britten

The Fairy Queen (Ed. Benjamin Britten, Imogen Holst and Peter Pears)
Symphony (Act 1)
Now the night is chas’d away (Act 1)
Let the fifes and the clarions….Dance (Act 1)
When a cruel long winter (Act 1)
Hail! great parent of us all (Act 1)
Thus the ever grateful Spring (Act 1)
Here’s the Summer, sprightly gay (Act 1)
See, my many-coloured fields (Act 1)
Next, Winter comes slowly, pale (Act 1)
Hail! great parent of us all (Act 1)
Prelude…Come, all ye songsters of the sky (Act 2)
The songsters…May the god of wit inspire (Act 2)
Echo…Now join your warbling voices all (Act 2)
Fill up the bowl (Act 2)
See, even Night herself is here (Act 2)
“I am come to lock all fast” (Act 2)
“One charming night” (Act 2)
No.17 “Hush, no more” (Act 2)
No.18 Dance for the followers of night (Act 2)
Overture (Part 3: The Sweet Passion)
If love’s a sweet passion…I press her hand (Part 3: The Sweet Passion)
O let me weep, for ever weep (Part 3: The Sweet Passion)
Now the maids and the men are making of hay (Part 3: The Sweet Passion)
A Dance of Haymakers (Part 3: The Sweet Passion)
A thousand, thousand ways (Part 3: The Sweet Passion)
Hornpipe and rondeau (Part 3: The Sweet Passion)
Symphony (Act 4)
Hark! Hark the echoing air (Act 4)
Sure the dull God of Marriage (Act 4)
See, I obey (Act 4)
Turn then thine eyes (Act 4)
My torch indeed…They shall be as happy (Act 4)
Chaconne (Act 4)
They shall be as happy (Act 4)
Dido and Aeneas (Realised: Imogen Holst & Benjamin Britten)
Overture (Act 1)
“Shake the cloud from off your brow” (Act 1)
“Ah! Belinda, I am prest” (Act 1)
“Whence could so much virtue spring?” (Act 1)
“Fear no danger to ensue” (Act 1)
Prelude for the Witches – “Wayward Sisters” (Act 1)
Prelude for the Witches – “Wayward Sisters” (Act 1)
“Ruin’d ere the set of sun?” (Act 1)
Ritornelle – “Thanks to these lonesome dales” (Act 2)
“Oft she visits this lov’d mountain” (Act 2)
“Behold, upon my bending spear” (Act 2)
“Stay, Prince, and hear great Jove’s command” (Act 2)
Prelude – “Come away, fellow sailors” (Act 3)
“See the flags and streamers curling” (Act 3)
“Your counsel all is urg’d in vain” (Act 3)
“But death, alas! …When I am laid in earth” (Act 3)
“With drooping wings ye cupids come” (Act 3)

Aldeburgh Festival Strings / Britten, Benjamin – Bedford, Steuart

Format: 2 CD
Release date: 1/1/2016
Barcode: 0028946856123 Catégories : ,

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