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De Niese, Danielle - Beauty of the Baroque CD

De Niese, Danielle - Beauty of the Baroque CD

Internationally acclaimed for her portrayals of Baroque heroines, soprano Danielle de Niese explores the sensual beauty of the Baroque.
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Internationally acclaimed for her portrayals of Baroque heroines, soprano Danielle de Niese explores the sensual beauty of the Baroque - spanning the entire era from Dowland songs to Handel oratorio and from ecstatic Monteverdi to the perfection of Bach.

 


1. Dowland :Come again, sweet love doth now invite 

2. Dowland :What if I never speed? 

3. Handel: Aria “Ombra mai fu” (Serse)

4. Handel: Air “Let the bright Seraphim” (Samson)

5. Purcell : “Thy hand, Belinda – When I am laid in earth” (Dido and Aeneas)

6. Handel : Air “Heart, the seat of soft delight” (Acis and Galatea)

7. Monteverdi: Duet “Pur ti miro” (L’incoronazione di Poppea)

8. Monteverdi: Quel sguardo sdegnosetto (Scherzi musicali)

9. Handel : Duet “Io t’abbraccio” (Rodelinda)

10. Handel : “Guardian angels” (The Triumph of Time and Truth)

11. Pergolesi : Duet “Stabat Mater dolorosa” (Stabat Mater)

12. Bach: Aria “Sich üben im lieben” (Cantata  BWV 202)

13. Bach: Aria “Schafe können sicher weiden” (Cantata BWV 208)

 

Soprano: Danielle de Niese 

Countertenor: Andreas Scholl (7, 9, 11)

The English Concert, Harry Bicket 2011

Running Time: 56:50

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