German Baroque Opera Arias for Tenor - GE0005

  • Instrumentation: Voice and Piano
  • Language: German
  • Composer: N/A, N/A
  • Editor: Garri, Alejandro
  • Publisher: Garri Editions
  • Copyright Year: 2001
  • Category: Opera
  • Voice Type: Tenor
  • Num Pages: 80
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GE0005; Vocal Anthologies; German Baroque Opera Arias for Tenor; This book covers German-language opera from 1679 to 1730, and features 20 arias by 10 composers.; piano/vocal score

Preface

Notes vi

Ornamentation viii

Translations ix

1. Franck, Johann Wolfgang (c.1641-after 1696): “Mein Prinz... Die Da- 1

Da- Damen”; libretto by Maria Aurora von Königsmarck; Sylvander’s

“stuttering“ song from Die drey Töchter Cecrops (Ansbach, 1679)

Durata: 1’20”

2. Löhner, Johann (1645-1705): “Schaumet, ihr Fluten”; libretto by Christian 4

Heuchlin; Neptunus’ strophic aria from Die triumphierdende Treu

(Ansbach, 1679) Durata: 1’25”

3. Löhner, Johann (1645-1705): “Nun ist meine Freud entgangen”; libretto 7

by Christian Heuchlin; Lisander’s strophic aria from Die triumphierdende

Treu (Ansbach, 1679) Durata: 2’50”

4. Meder, Johann Valentin (1649-1719): “Es wünscht der Tracier Prinz”; 10

librettist unknown; after Martin Opitz’s translation of John Barclay?;

Arsestes’ madrigal from Die beständige Argenia (Reval, 1680) Durata: 2’45”

5. Meder, Johann Valentin (1649-1719): “Ich hab’s erlangt”; librettist 15

unknown; after Martin Opitz’s translation of John Barclay?; Cacoblethes’

strophic aria from Die beständige Argenia (Reval, 1680) Durata: 2’20”

6. Krieger, Johann Philip (1649-1725): “Zerschmilz, du felsenhartes Herze”; 18

libretto by Paul Thymich; (Cecrops’) strophic aria from Cecrops (Weißenfels,

after 1685?) Durata: 2’20”

7. Kusser, Johann Sigismund (1660-1727): “Da mein Leben mir entweichet”; 22

libretto by Friedrich Christian Bressand; Daliso’s aria da capo from Erindo

(Hamburg, 1693) Durata: 4’20”

8. Mattheson, Johann (1681-1764): “Hat Amor…Des Krieges Glück”; 24

libretto by Friedrich Christian Feustking; Antonius’ recitative and aria da

capo from Cleopatra (Hamburg, 1704) Durata: 3’00”

9. Mattheson, Johann (1681-1764): “Verleumderischer Bösewicht… 27

Cleopatra”; libretto by Friedrich Christian Feustking; Antonius’ recitative

and cavatina from Cleopatra (Hamburg, 1704) Durata: 2’20”

10. Keiser, Reinhard (1674-1739): “Ein edles Gemüte”; libretto by Berthold 30

Feind; Piso’s aria da capo from[Die römische Unruhe, oder Die

edelmüthige] Octavia (Hamburg, 1705) Durata: 2’15”

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