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The Resource Songs and airs, by George Frideric Handel ; edited by Ebenezer Prout

Songs and airs, by George Frideric Handel ; edited by Ebenezer Prout

Label
Songs and airs
Title
Songs and airs
Statement of responsibility
by George Frideric Handel ; edited by Ebenezer Prout
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
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1685-1759
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Handel, George Frideric
Dewey number
783.2
Form of composition
songs
Format of music
accompaniment reduced for keyboard
LC call number
  • M1.M9
  • ML
LC item number
  • H2
  • .M919
Literary text for sound recordings
not applicable
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1835-1909
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Prout, Ebenezer
Series statement
The Musicians library
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Operas
  • Oratorios
Label
Songs and airs, by George Frideric Handel ; edited by Ebenezer Prout
Link
http://hdl.handle.net/1802/16201
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • "The pianoforte accompaniments have in every case been arranged direct from Handel's full score."
  • Digitized version available online via the Sibley Music Library, Eastman School of Music (http://hdl.handle.net/1802/16201 )
Antecedent source
file reproduced from original
Bar code
31223067362468
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
black and white
Content category
notated music
Content type code
ntm
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • O come, let us worship
  • Acis and Galatea.
  • Love in her eyes sits playing
  • Would you gain the tender creature
  • Esther.
  • O beauteous Queen
  • Radamisto.
  • The vessel storm-driven =
  • Qual nave smarrita
  • Alessandro.
  • v. 1.
  • Allurements the dearest =
  • Lusinghe più care
  • Admeto.
  • Heavenly star-eyes, calm-beaming =
  • Luci care
  • Athalia.
  • Gentle airs, melodious strains
  • Will God, whos mercies ever flow
  • Alcina.
  • Trust a woman? how simple-minded =
  • For high voice.
  • Semplicetto! a donna credi?
  • Atalanta.
  • Go! call Irene =
  • Di ad Irene, tiranna infedele
  • Serse.
  • Love's richest dower =
  • Ombra mai fù
  • Saul.
  • Fell rage and black despair
  • Sin not, o King
  • Rinaldo.
  • L'allegro ed il pensieroso.
  • Oft on a plat of rising ground
  • Let me wander, not unseen
  • Hide me from day's garish eye
  • Messiah.
  • Comfort ye, my people
  • Ev'ry valley shall be exalted
  • But Thou didst not leave His soul in hell
  • How beautiful are the feet
  • I know that my Redeemer liveth
  • Dear companion =
  • Samson.
  • Total eclipse!
  • Thus when the sun
  • Semele.
  • O sleep, why dost thou leave me?
  • Where'er you walk
  • Hercules.
  • My father! ah! methinks I see
  • Occasional oratorio.
  • Then will I Jehovah's praise
  • Cara sposa
  • Judas Maccabæus.
  • From mighty kings
  • Sound an alarm!
  • Alexander Balus.
  • Here amid the shady woods
  • Calm thou my soul
  • Convey me to some peaceful shore
  • Joshua.
  • Oh, had I Jubal's lyre
  • Solomon.
  • Sadly I languish =
  • What though I trace
  • With thee th' unsheltered moor I'd tread
  • Susanna.
  • If guiltless blood be your intent
  • Theodora.
  • Oh, worse than death indeed!
  • Angels, ever bright and fair
  • Jephtha.
  • Deeper and deeper still
  • Waft her, angels
  • Lascia ch' io pianga
  • Farewell, ye limpid springs and floods
  • Chandos anthems.
  • Esther.
  • Turn not, o Queen, thy face away
  • Radamisto.
  • Shade departed! =
  • Ombra cara
  • Floridante.
  • Crushed by fate =
  • Non lasciar
  • Giulio Cesare.
  • By this falchion lightning-garnished =
  • v. 2.
  • Dal fulgor di questa spada
  • Rodelinda.
  • Where now art thou, my own beloved one? =
  • Dove sei, amato bene?
  • With mournful sounds of weeping =
  • Con rauco mormorio
  • Lotario.
  • Now behold! the car advances =
  • Già mi sembra
  • Poro.
  • For low voice.
  • The life of a vassal =
  • È prezzo leggiero
  • Ezio.
  • If manly valor =
  • Se un bell' ardire
  • Orlando.
  • Ominous a storm upsurging =
  • Sorge infausta una procella
  • Deborah.
  • In the battle fame pursuing
  • Amadigi.
  • Tears such as tender fathers shed
  • Ariodante.
  • I press thee to my bosom =
  • Al sen ti stringo e parto
  • Alcina.
  • Verdant meadows, groves enchanting =
  • Verdi prati, selve amene
  • Alexander's feast.
  • Revenge, Timotheus cries
  • Bernice.
  • My hope-star royal! =
  • Yea, 'mid chains =
  • Sì, tra i ceppi
  • Saul.
  • O Lord, whose mercies numberless
  • Israel in Egypt.
  • Thou shalt bring them in
  • Deidamia.
  • Calm repose, contentment smiling =
  • Nel riposo e nel contento
  • Messiah.
  • Tu mia speranza
  • He shall feed His flock
  • He was despised
  • Samson.
  • Thy glorious deeds inspired my tongue
  • Honor and arms
  • How willing my paternal love
  • Semele.
  • Hymen, haste! thy torch prepare!
  • Leave me, loathsome light!
  • Belshazzar.
  • Acis and Galetea.
  • Great God! who yet but darkly known
  • O sacred oracles of truth
  • Rejoice, my countrymen!
  • Thus saith the Lord to Cyrus His anointed
  • Judas Maccabæus.
  • Arm, arm, ye brave!
  • Father of heaven
  • Joshua.
  • See, the raging flames arise
  • Heroes, when with glory burning
  • I rage, I melt, I burn!
  • Shall I in Mamre's fertile plain
  • Theodora.
  • As with rosy steps the morn
  • Lord, to Thee each night and day
  • The triumph of time and truth.
  • Loathsome urns, disclose your treasure
  • False, destructive ways of pleasure
  • O ruddier than the cherry
Dimensions
32 cm.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 score (2 volumes)
File format
one file format
Lccn
66000030
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
portraits
Quality assurance targets
absent
Reformatting quality
preservation
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • 18857291
  • (OCoLC)18857291
Label
Songs and airs, by George Frideric Handel ; edited by Ebenezer Prout
Link
http://hdl.handle.net/1802/16201
Publication
Note
  • "The pianoforte accompaniments have in every case been arranged direct from Handel's full score."
  • Digitized version available online via the Sibley Music Library, Eastman School of Music (http://hdl.handle.net/1802/16201 )
Antecedent source
file reproduced from original
Bar code
31223067362468
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
black and white
Content category
notated music
Content type code
ntm
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • O come, let us worship
  • Acis and Galatea.
  • Love in her eyes sits playing
  • Would you gain the tender creature
  • Esther.
  • O beauteous Queen
  • Radamisto.
  • The vessel storm-driven =
  • Qual nave smarrita
  • Alessandro.
  • v. 1.
  • Allurements the dearest =
  • Lusinghe più care
  • Admeto.
  • Heavenly star-eyes, calm-beaming =
  • Luci care
  • Athalia.
  • Gentle airs, melodious strains
  • Will God, whos mercies ever flow
  • Alcina.
  • Trust a woman? how simple-minded =
  • For high voice.
  • Semplicetto! a donna credi?
  • Atalanta.
  • Go! call Irene =
  • Di ad Irene, tiranna infedele
  • Serse.
  • Love's richest dower =
  • Ombra mai fù
  • Saul.
  • Fell rage and black despair
  • Sin not, o King
  • Rinaldo.
  • L'allegro ed il pensieroso.
  • Oft on a plat of rising ground
  • Let me wander, not unseen
  • Hide me from day's garish eye
  • Messiah.
  • Comfort ye, my people
  • Ev'ry valley shall be exalted
  • But Thou didst not leave His soul in hell
  • How beautiful are the feet
  • I know that my Redeemer liveth
  • Dear companion =
  • Samson.
  • Total eclipse!
  • Thus when the sun
  • Semele.
  • O sleep, why dost thou leave me?
  • Where'er you walk
  • Hercules.
  • My father! ah! methinks I see
  • Occasional oratorio.
  • Then will I Jehovah's praise
  • Cara sposa
  • Judas Maccabæus.
  • From mighty kings
  • Sound an alarm!
  • Alexander Balus.
  • Here amid the shady woods
  • Calm thou my soul
  • Convey me to some peaceful shore
  • Joshua.
  • Oh, had I Jubal's lyre
  • Solomon.
  • Sadly I languish =
  • What though I trace
  • With thee th' unsheltered moor I'd tread
  • Susanna.
  • If guiltless blood be your intent
  • Theodora.
  • Oh, worse than death indeed!
  • Angels, ever bright and fair
  • Jephtha.
  • Deeper and deeper still
  • Waft her, angels
  • Lascia ch' io pianga
  • Farewell, ye limpid springs and floods
  • Chandos anthems.
  • Esther.
  • Turn not, o Queen, thy face away
  • Radamisto.
  • Shade departed! =
  • Ombra cara
  • Floridante.
  • Crushed by fate =
  • Non lasciar
  • Giulio Cesare.
  • By this falchion lightning-garnished =
  • v. 2.
  • Dal fulgor di questa spada
  • Rodelinda.
  • Where now art thou, my own beloved one? =
  • Dove sei, amato bene?
  • With mournful sounds of weeping =
  • Con rauco mormorio
  • Lotario.
  • Now behold! the car advances =
  • Già mi sembra
  • Poro.
  • For low voice.
  • The life of a vassal =
  • È prezzo leggiero
  • Ezio.
  • If manly valor =
  • Se un bell' ardire
  • Orlando.
  • Ominous a storm upsurging =
  • Sorge infausta una procella
  • Deborah.
  • In the battle fame pursuing
  • Amadigi.
  • Tears such as tender fathers shed
  • Ariodante.
  • I press thee to my bosom =
  • Al sen ti stringo e parto
  • Alcina.
  • Verdant meadows, groves enchanting =
  • Verdi prati, selve amene
  • Alexander's feast.
  • Revenge, Timotheus cries
  • Bernice.
  • My hope-star royal! =
  • Yea, 'mid chains =
  • Sì, tra i ceppi
  • Saul.
  • O Lord, whose mercies numberless
  • Israel in Egypt.
  • Thou shalt bring them in
  • Deidamia.
  • Calm repose, contentment smiling =
  • Nel riposo e nel contento
  • Messiah.
  • Tu mia speranza
  • He shall feed His flock
  • He was despised
  • Samson.
  • Thy glorious deeds inspired my tongue
  • Honor and arms
  • How willing my paternal love
  • Semele.
  • Hymen, haste! thy torch prepare!
  • Leave me, loathsome light!
  • Belshazzar.
  • Acis and Galetea.
  • Great God! who yet but darkly known
  • O sacred oracles of truth
  • Rejoice, my countrymen!
  • Thus saith the Lord to Cyrus His anointed
  • Judas Maccabæus.
  • Arm, arm, ye brave!
  • Father of heaven
  • Joshua.
  • See, the raging flames arise
  • Heroes, when with glory burning
  • I rage, I melt, I burn!
  • Shall I in Mamre's fertile plain
  • Theodora.
  • As with rosy steps the morn
  • Lord, to Thee each night and day
  • The triumph of time and truth.
  • Loathsome urns, disclose your treasure
  • False, destructive ways of pleasure
  • O ruddier than the cherry
Dimensions
32 cm.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 score (2 volumes)
File format
one file format
Lccn
66000030
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
portraits
Quality assurance targets
absent
Reformatting quality
preservation
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • 18857291
  • (OCoLC)18857291

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