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Davies, Iestyn - Your Tuneful Voice CD

Davies, Iestyn - Your Tuneful Voice CD

Iestyn Davies and The King's Consort perform a selection of Handel arias from some of the composer's finest oratorios
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ROH Recommended Recording

Iestyn Davies sings a range of arias from oratorios by Handel.

1. O sacred oracles of truth - Belshazzar

2. Mortals think that Time is sleeping - The Triumph of Time and Truth

3. Tune your harps to cheerful strains - Esther

4. Mighty love now calls to arm - Alexander Balus

5. Overture to Jephtha - The King's Consort

6. Overture to Jephtha

7. Eternal source of light divine - Birthday Ode for Queen Anne

8. Welcome as the dawn of day - Solomon

9. Your tuneful voice my tale would tell - Semele

10. Yet can I hear that dulcet lay - The Choice of Hercules

11. Up the dreadful steep ascending - Jephtha

12. Overture to Samson - The King's Consort

13. Overture to Samson 

14. Overture to Samson 

15. Thou shalt bring them in - Israel in Egypt

16. Who calls my parting soul from death - Esther

17. On the valleys,dark and cheerless - The Triumph of Time and Truth

18. How can I stay when love invites - Esther

 

Iestyn Davies - countertenor

Carolyn Sampson - soprano (8 & 16) 

The King's Consort, Robert King

Running Time: 67:23 mins

 

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