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  • Interprète: Peter Neumann
  • Compositeur: G F Haendel
  • CD (19 août 2002)
  • Nombre de disques: 3
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mdg
  • ASIN : B00005Q77I
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Disque : 1

  1. Overture - Peter Neumann
  2. Recitative - vain, fluctuating state of human empire! - simone kermes - Simone Kermes
  3. Air - thou, god most high, and thou alone - simone kermes - Simone Kermes
  4. Chorus of babylonians - behold, by persia's hero made - Kolner Kammerchor
  5. Recitative - well may they laugh - christopher robson - Christopher Robson
  6. Air - opress'd with never-ceasing grief - franz-josef selig - Franz-Josef Selig
  7. Air - dry those unavailing tears - christopher robson - Christopher Robson
  8. Recitative - be comforted - safe though the tyrant - christopher robson - Christopher Robson
  9. Air - behold the monstrous human beast - franz-josef selig - Franz-Josef Selig
  10. Recitative - can you then think it strange - christopher robson - Christopher Robson
  11. Air - great god! - christopher robson - Christopher Robson
  12. Recitative - my friends, be confident - christopher robson - Christopher Robson
  13. Chorus - all empires upon god depend - Kolner Kammerchor
  14. Air - oh, sacred oracles of truth! - patrick van goethem - Patrick Van Goethem
  15. Chorus of jews - sing, oh ye heav'ns! - Kolner Kammerchor
  16. Air - let festal joy triumphant reign! - markus brutscher - Markus Brutscher
  17. Recitative - for you, my friends, the nobles of my court - simone kermes - Simone Kermes
  18. Air - the leafy honours of the field - simone kermes - Simone Kermes

Disque : 2

  1. Recitative - it is the custom, I may say, the law - simone kermes - Simone Kermes
  2. Chorus of jews - recall, oh king! thy rash command - Kolner Kammerchor
  3. Recitative - they tell you true - simone kermes - Simone Kermes
  4. Duet - oh dearer than my life - simone kermes - Simone Kermes
  5. Chorus of jews - by slow degrees the wrath of god - Kolner Kammerchor
  6. Chorus of persians - see, from his post euphrates flies! - Kolner Kammerchor
  7. Recitative - you see my friends - christopher robson - Christopher Robson
  8. Air - amaz'd to find the foe so near - christopher robson - Christopher Robson
  9. Chorus of persians - to arms, to arms! - Kolner Kammerchor
  10. Chorus of babylonians - ye tutelar gods of our empire - Kolner Kammerchor
  11. Air - let the deep bowl thy praise confess - markus brutscher - Markus Brutscher
  12. Recitative - where is the god of judah's boasted pow'r? - markus brutscher - Markus Brutscher
  13. Recitative - call all my wise men - markus brutscher - Markus Brutscher
  14. Sinfonia - allegro postillions - Peter Neumann
  15. Recitative - ye sages! welcome always to your king - markus brutscher - Markus Brutscher
  16. Chorus of babylonians - oh misery! - oh terror! - Kolner Kammerchor
  17. Recitative - oh king, live for ever! - simone kermes - Simone Kermes
  18. Air - no! to thyself thy trifles be - patrick van goethem - Patrick Van Goethem
  19. Recitative - yet to obey - patrick van goethem - Patrick Van Goethem
  20. Recitative - oh sentence too severe! - simone kermes - Simone Kermes
  21. Air - regard, oh son, my flowing tears - simone kermes - Simone Kermes
  22. Air - oh god of truth, oh faithful guide - christopher robson - Christopher Robson
  23. Recitative - you, gobrias, lead directly to the palace - christopher robson - Christopher Robson
  24. Chorus of persians - oh glorius prince! thrice happy - Kolner Kammerchor

Disque : 3

  1. Air - alternative hopes and fears distract my mind - simone kermes - Simone Kermes
  2. Recitative - fain would I hope - simone kermes - Simone Kermes
  3. Air - can the black aethiop change his skin? - patrick van goethem - Patrick Van Goethem
  4. Recitative - my hopes revive - simone kermes - Simone Kermes
  5. Chorus of jews - bel boweth down! nebo stoopeth! - Kolner Kammerchor
  6. Air - I thank thee, sesach - thy sweet pow'r - markus brutscher - Markus Brutscher
  7. Martial symphony - Peter Neumann
  8. Air - to pow'r immortal my first thanks are due - franz-josef selig - Franz-Josef Selig
  9. Recitative - be it thy care, good gobrias - christopher robson - Christopher Robson
  10. Air - destructive war, thy limits know - christopher robson - Christopher Robson
  11. Duet - great victor, at your feet I bow - christopher robson - Christopher Robson
  12. Recitative - say, venerable prophet - christopher robson - Christopher Robson
  13. Soli and chorus - tell it out among the heathen - christopher robson - Christopher Robson
  14. Recitative - yes, I will build thy city, god of Israël - christopher robson - Christopher Robson
  15. Anthem - I will magnify thee, oh god, my king! - christopher robson - Christopher Robson

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Freedom is eternal, even in slavery 23 avril 2004
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1744 and 1745 are bad years for Handel because he is too closely linked to George II and he gets mixed up in political strife. 1745 is also the year of the last and final rising of the Jacobites against the King. It is also the year of the first performing and singing of Rule Britannia ordered by the Prince of Wales. Belshazzar reflects this situation. Handel produces this new biblical oratorio that tries to reconquer success. He uses several means to do so. His music uses a lot more of Bach's tradition, especially fugues. He chooses a subject that is the illustration of the pride of the English to be and remain free : « Britons never will be slaves » Rule Britannia sings. Here it is the story of the liberation of the Jews from Babylon and their final victory with the recognition of their God as being the only one by Cyrus. We can easily see how the Jacobites are projected into Belshazzar and the King into Cyrus. It is clear in aria 36 in which Belshazzar sounds nearly French and we know the Jacobites, and the Stuarts, were always considered as linked to France. On the other hand the Jews in chorus 27 sound Bohemian and even maybe Slavonic in their lament, central European at least, and we know George II was German. At the same time Handel uses all his musical power to produce an oratorio that goes beyond the austere Bach tradition. He uses instruments, orchestra and melodies to characterize the various characters and oppose them. Belshazzar appears like a vain brainless overgrown boy and his singing, his voice, a tenor, fits very well, whereas Daniel is a profound and wise bass, Nitocris a poignant and powerful soprano, and Cyrus a heroic and brilliant alto. In the same way he characterizes very well the three choruses. The Babylonians sound excited but also vain and short-sighted, definitely self-satisfied and condescendent. The Jews express their suffering in a dirge that can become a powerful conviction and faith in the future. The Persians and Medes are on the other hand optimistic, sure of their victory and in no way aggressive or dominating, just human, humane and sensible. On another level, though his oratorio is definitely and heavily Biblical, full of the power of God, of the prediction of the future by God through the Prophets, the only one to take decisions about what humanity, or rather the anointed people, can do and become, Handel emphasizes good sense and intelligence in Cyrus by depicting the fall of Babylon in precise details that reveal the intelligence of the man, his tactics and his strategy, and after the battle, his forgiveness and humanity : war is only directed against the tyrant and not against the people. After the war the victor has to pardon the vanquished, and the people are not teh vanquished actually. So, even if we can see an attempt here to please the public that had been alienated somewhat by his Irish period and by his close links with the King, Handel remains himself, extremely creative, expressive and attached to freedom. He is a man of his time, of the time of the Enlightenment. A rich and beautiful oratorio.
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