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Baroque Aria

Arias from Opera, Oratorio, Serenata and More!
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Handel, George Frederick (1685-1759)

Aria
  • Cara Sposa
    Forces: mezzo-soprano, strings & continuo
    Rinaldo's Act II lament from Handel's 1712 opera of the same name. Marvellous sustained largo A section with a coloratura allegro B section.
    Editor: James Sanderson
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  • Con l'ali di costanza
    Forces: soprano, strings & continuo
    Ariodante's aria from Act I, scene viii of the opera of the same name.
    Editor: James Sanderson
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  • Dopo notte
    Forces: soprano, strings & continuo (piano reduction)
    Ariodante's spectacular coloratura aria from Act III, scene viii
    Editor: James Sanderson
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  • Pił d'una tigre altero
    Forces: mezzo-soprano, strings & continuo
    Source: Act II, viii or Tamerlano
    Andronico's rage aria at the end of Act II
    It's a good one!

    Editor: James Sanderson
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  • Stille amare
    Forces: alto, strings & continuo
    Tolomeo's 'Poison' aria from Act III, scene iv of Handel's opera of the same name which was completed in 1728. Tolomeo believes himself to be betrayed and has taken what he thinks is poison, passing out before he can complete the truncated da capo of the aria. There is an excellent secco and accompagnato recitative which preceeds the aria.
    Editor: James Sanderson
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