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Voices from the golden age of bel canto : a collection of twenty-six opera-songs of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries from rare manuscripts and early prints

Author: Henry Edward Krehbiel; Max Spicker; Henry Grafton Chapman; Isabella G Parker
Publisher: New York : G. Schirmer, ©1910.
Series: Golden treasury of music, v. 15.
Edition/Format:   Musical score : ItalianView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Excerpts Vocal scores with piano
Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: Henry Edward Krehbiel; Max Spicker; Henry Grafton Chapman; Isabella G Parker
OCLC Number: 5108856
Description: 231 p. ; 32 cm.
Contents: Adriano. Se non ti moro allato = If thou canst not be near me / Andrea Bernasconi --
Adriano in Siria. È ingrato, lo veggio = I know he is faithless ; Prigioniera, abbandonata = Lonely in prison / Baldassare Galuppi --
Alessandro nell' Indie. Digli, ch'io son fedele = Tell him that I am faithful / Gaetano Maria Schiassi --
Catone. Confusa, smarrita, spiegarti vorrei = Confounded, distracted / Giovanni Battista Pergolesi --
Catone. So che godendo vai = Nay, though my grief delights thee / Dionigi Zamparelli --
Dafne. Chi da' lacci d'amor = He who bonds of love / Marco di Zanobi da Gagliano --
Demetrio. Io veggio in lontananza = I see there, in the distance / Antonio Mazzoni --
Euridice. Non piango e non sospiro = Not crying am I / Giulio Caccini --
Euridice. Funeste piaggie = Ye dismal hillsides / Jacopo Peri --
Il podesta di chioggia. Degli augelletti al canto = Where little birds are singing / Fernando Orlandi --
La Gerusalemme liberata. Amor, che cieco sei = Ah, Love, how blind thou art / Vincenzo Righini --
La Rosaura. Non dar più pene, o caro = Give no more pain ; Un cor da voi ferito = A heart that thou hast wounded / Alessandro Scarlatti --
L'olimpiade. Gemo in un punto e fremo = I groan the while I tremble ; Ne' giorni tuoi felici = Let me not be forgotten ; Se al labro mio non credi = If words weigh not with thee / Giovanni Battista Pergolesi --
L'Orfano della China. La mia virtù non cede = To thee I will not yield me ; Tu seconda i voti miei = Listen Thou to these prayers / Francesco Bianchi --
Orfeo. Ecco purch'a voi ritorno = Aye for you my spirit yearneth ; Tu se' morta = Thou art dead / Claudio Monteverde --
Siroë. Fra degno ed amore = 'Twixt honor and affection ; Sgombra dall' anima = Bid from thy soul, my love / Gaetano Latilla --
Temistocle. Caro, son tua così = Ah, by the pow'r of love / Giuseppe Maria Orlandini --
Vologeso. Dal sen del caro sposo = Ah, from my consort's bosom ; Nell' orror di notte oscura = Thro' this night so dark / Rinaldo da Capua.
Series Title: Golden treasury of music, v. 15.
Responsibility: collected by Henry Edward Krehbiel ; with a preface and biographical notes ; edited by Max Spicker ; English translations by Henry G. Chapman and Isabella G. Parker.

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