Handel - English Arias

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: James Bowman

: Handel - English Arias

: 1995

James Bowman. Handel - English Arias (1995)

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1 The Choice of Hercules, oratorio, HWV 69 - Air (Hercules): Yet, can I hear that dulcet lay (No. 15) James Bowman & The Kings Consort, Robert King 4:05
2 Esther, oratorio, HWV 50a - Air (Assuerus): How can I stay, when love invites? (Act II, Scene 2, No. 5) James Bowman & The Kings Consort, Robert King 3:08
3 Saul, oratorio, HWV 53 - Air (Michal/David): O fairest of ten thousand fair [with Susan Gritton, soprano] (Act II, Scene 5) James Bowman, Susan Gritton & The Kings Conso 3:15
4 Belshazzar, oratorio, HWV 61 - Air (Cyrus): Great God! who, yet but darkly known (Act I, Scene 2) James Bowman & The Kings Consort, Robert King 3:33
5 Theodora, oratorio, HWV 68 - Air (Didymus): The rapturd soul defies the sword (Act I, Scene 2) James Bowman & The Kings Consort, Robert King 8:19
6 Judas Maccabaeus, oratorio, HWV 63 - Air (Priest): Father of heavn! From thy eternal throne (Act III, No. 1) James Bowman & The Kings Consort, Robert King 7:29
7 Esther, oratorio, HWV 50a Overture (Andante Larghetto Allegro) The Kings Consort, Robert King 6:32
8 Saul, oratorio, HWV 53 - Air (David): O Lord, whose mercies numberless (Act I, Scene 5) James Bowman & The Kings Consort, Robert King 3:35
9 Solomon, oratorio, HWV 67 - Air (Solomon): What though I trace each herb and flowr (Act I, Scene 1) James Bowman & The Kings Consort, Robert King 6:17
10 Belshazzar, oratorio, HWV 61 - Martial Symphony ; Air (Cyrus): Destructive War, thy limits know (Act III, Scene 3) James Bowman & The Kings Consort, Robert King 2:56
11 Solomon, oratorio, HWV 67 - Duet (Solomon/Solomon's wife): Welcome as the dawn of day [with Susan Gritton, soprano] (Act I, Scene 2) James Bowman, Susan Gritton & The Kings Conso 3:38
12 Theodora, oratorio, HWV 68 - Air (Didymus): Kind Heaven, if virtue be thy care (Act I, Scene 6) James Bowman & The Kings Consort, Robert King 5:19
13 Solomon, oratorio, HWV 67 - Accompagnato (Solomon): Almighty powr! who rulst the earth and skies (Act I, Scene 1, No. 5) James Bowman & The Kings Consort, Robert King 2:49
14 Esther, oratorio, HWV 50a Recitative & Air (1st Israelite): Now persecution shall lay by her iron rod Tune your harps to cheerful strains (Act I, Scene 2, Nos. 1 2) James Bowman & The Kings Consort, Robert King 5:08