1689 Librettist Nahum Tate (1652–1715), after Virgil (70 BCE-19 BCE) Language DIDO BELINDA AENEAS 627/26-39, Solo & Chorus. DIDO But never intending to visit them more. Let the triumphs of love and of beauty be shown. Come away, fellow sailors, your anchors be weighing. I cannot shun; закрыть окно, CD, стоящие на полке рядом : SORCERESS The Deller Consort was one of the top period performance ensembles when there were relatively few players in the game. Ever gentle, ever smiling, The Sorceress/Sorcerer is plotting the destruction of Carthage and its queen, and summons companions to help with evil plans. Here Actaeon met his fate, The choir, especially, performs with distinction, vividly characterizing the various groups it portrays, the minions of the Sorceress, sailors, and members of the court of Carthage. The Queen and he are now in chase. Soft and Gentle as her Heart Death must come when he is gone. See, Madam, see where the Prince appears; Let monarchs fight for power and fame, Solo, Trio & Chorus. This would leave Dido heartbroken, and she would surely die. Anchises' valour mixt with Venus' charms His reading is straightforward and makes little use of ornamentation, which some listeners may find refreshingly clean and others may perceive as too austerely limiting of the expressive possibilities of performance practice of the period.

No shelter from the storm can yield. Say, Beldam, say what's thy will. The skies are clouded, hark! Haste, haste to town, this open field Ho, ho, ho, ho, ho, ho! CHORUS After Dido forces Aeneas to leave, she states that “Death must come when he is gone.” The opera and Dido’s life both slowly come to a conclusion, as the Queen of Carthage sings her last aria, “When I am laid in Earth,” also known as “Dido’s Lament.” The chorus and orchestra then conclude the opera once Dido is dead by ordering the “cupids to scatter roses on her tomb, soft and gentle as her heart. The final aria from Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas, often referred to as “Dido’s Lament,” is one of your listening pieces for the Baroque. It would be noble, or at least acceptable, for Aeneas to follow the decree of the Gods, but not so acceptable for him to be tricked by ill-meaning spirits. BELINDA Dido and Aeneas Opera by Henry Purcell The composer, portrait by John Closterman, c. 1695 LibrettistNahum Tate Based onBook IV of Virgil's Aeneid Premiere C.1683–1688 Josias Priest's girls' school, London Dido and Aeneas is an opera in a prologue and three acts, written by the English Baroque composer Henry Purcell with a libretto by Nahum Tate. Several editions of the opera have been made and have been provided with a continuo realisation; a notable, if rather idiosyncratic edition being that made by Imogen Holst and Benjamin Britten. Preparations are being made for the departure of the Trojan fleet. The prologue, the end of the act 2 ‘Grove’ scene, and several dances, were almost certainly lost when the opera was divided into parts to be performed as interludes between the acts of spoken plays in the first decade of the eighteenth century. Rends the mountain oaks a sunder. [exeunt Dido and Belinda and train], [The Spirit of the Sorceress descends to Aeneas in the Artemis Classics have combined 1965 and 1964 Vanguard performances of Henry Purcell's The Masque in Dioclesian and Dido and Aeneas for the first time into a single, no-frills two-disc package. This pretend Mercury brings the command of Jove that Aeneas is to wait no longer in beginning his task of creating a new Troy on Latin soil. THE SORCERESS AND HER ENCHANTRESSES (CHORUS). Empire growing, While the Prologue’s music has been lost and has not been reconstructed, several realisations of the opera include a solution to the missing ritornello at the end of the second act.

That you had once a thought of leaving me. Tonight thou must forsake this land, Take a bouzy short leave of your nymphs on the shore, How soft in peace, and yet how fierce in arms! FIRST WITCH

SORCERESS Ruin'd ere the set of sun? Rachel Yakar is a sweet-voiced and empathetic Belinda. The third song, like the first two, is in the key of C minor; the minor chords reflect Dido's plight as she longs for Aeneas to return her love. To the hills and the vales, to the rocks and the mountains

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AENEAS Appear at my call, and share in the fame Scene: The Cave. The same symbolism may apply to the opera. The Queen's forsook. As sent from Jove shall chide his stay, Such distress, such piety? The group is pleased at how well their plan has worked, and the Sorceress sings a solo describing her further plans for the destruction of Aeneas “on the ocean.” All the characters begin to clear the stage after a dance in three sections, and then disperse. Yet would not have it guest. Beat the windows of the dying, The Sorceress’ messenger, in form of Mercury, attempts to convince Aeneas to leave Carthage. Go revel, ye Cupids, the day is your own. From the ruin of others our pleasures we borrow, What shall lost Aeneas do? The earliest extant score, held in the Bodleian Library, was copied no earlier than 1750, well over sixty years after the opera was composed. ENCHANTRESSES Elissa bleeds tonight, and Carthage flames tomorrow. Let the Graces and Pleasures repair, Air & Chorus. forget my fate. He also composed songs for two plays by Nahum Tate (later the librettist of Dido and Aeneas), The Sicilian Usurper (1680) and Cuckold-Haven (1685). Call the Nymphs and the Fauns from the woods, 2. Three of the arias in Dido and Aeneas are of the ground bass variety. Pursue thy conquest, Love; her eyes These desert hills and dales, By all that's good ... DIDO We'll conjure for a storm Ere sunset, shall most wretched prove, It features an ostinato in the continuo part, known as a “ground bass,” and is an example of how an aria does not advance the plot, but focuses on the expression of emotion. The dates of the composition and first … вернуться [enter Enchantresses].

With cares of love and state distrest? After their final parting, Dido realizes she cannot live without him and looks forward to her death. The Trojan Prince, you know, is bound AENEAS While this package design was created with the idea of making the set more affordable, there is still room on the pages to accommodate much of the missing information. The injur'd Dido's slighted flame. The harpsichord may sound a little too prominent and clattery for some tastes, especially for those attuned to the variety of continuo textures of more recent performances of middle Baroque opera. Act One - The Palace - The Triumphing Dance, Act Two - Scene Two - The Grove: Ritornelle, Act Two - Scene Two - The Cave: 2nd Woman, Act Three - Scene One - The Ships: Prelude, Act Three - Scene One - The Ships: Sorceress, Act Three - Scene Two - The Palace: Chorus. When monarchs unite, how happy their state. Collection main page. Although brief, Dido and Aeneas nevertheless embraces a wide range of emotional content, and achieves a dramatic lyricism that was then unprecedented in England. DIDO AENEAS Harm's our delight and mischief all our skill. Mean wretches' grief can touch, The libretto is by Nahum Tate, who extracted the story of Queen Dido and the sailor, Aeneas, from Virgil's Aeneid. To Earth and Heav'n why do I call? BELINDA AENEAS SPIRIT of the Sorceress (Mercury), Dido's train, Aeneas' train, Fairies, Sailors, Scene: The Palace

What stubborn heart unmov'd could see Thus hypocrites, that murder act, Scene: The Palace [enter Dido, Belinda and train].

Harm's our delight and mischief all our skill. The Meeting of Dido and Aeneas by Nathaniel Dance-Holland. BELINDA Shake the cloud from off your brow, Fate your wishes … And she that wounds can only cure the smart. Songs three, four, and five continue expanding on the Baroque elements of Purcell's opera Dido and Aeneas. To the musical groves and the cool shady fountains.

So soft, so sensible my breast, To scatter roses on her tomb. FIRST WITCH From the ruin of others our pleasures we borrow. Peace and I are strangers grown. BELINDA AND SECOND WOMAN Too dreadful a practice for this open air. With Drooping Wings Year/Date of Composition Y/D of Comp. [enter Aeneas, Dido, Belinda, and their train]. While scholars and fans of opera would know exactly what piece is indicated by the popular label “Dido’s Lament,” recitatives and arias are technically titled according to their first line—in this case, “When I am laid in earth.”. AENEAS

T   626: Act III Scene 2: Your Counsel All Is Urg'd In Vain (Dido, Belinda, Aeneas) By Henry Purcell Collegium Musicum 90 , Maria Ewing , Richard Hickox This explains the addition of the characters of the Sorceress and the witches, which do not appear in the original Aeneid. forget my fate. The libretto is by Nahum Tate, who extracted the story of Queen Dido and the sailor, Aeneas, from Virgil's Aeneid. Thy hand, Belinda, darkness shades me, Act 3. No. For I On thy bosom let me rest, Diana's self might to these woods resort. It's difficult to know where to begin enumerating the qualities that make this astonishing performance of Dido and Aeneas unique. their way among the Enchantresses.]. how thunder When one hears a bit of stereo separation among the singers, it seems like an event. It has also been transcribed or used in many scores, including the soundtrack to the HBO miniseries Band of Brothers (renamed “Nixon’s Walk”). Guilding more deceitful streams.        They shall all Dance to ease us, Pleasures flowing, 1688 in London First Pub lication. It's a marvel that Kermes can sing with such purity, control, intensity, and expressiveness at a level that rarely rises above a whisper. Discover'd, discover'd too late.

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As would convince you still he's true. CHORUS Air. SPIRIT

626. Grief increases by concealing. No. [Repeated by Chorus] Wayward sisters, you that fright Remember me, but ah! Keep here your watch, and never part. BELINDA [Repeated by Chorus] Although the opera is a tragedy, there are numerous seemingly lighter scenes, such as the First Sailor’s song, “Take a boozy short leave of your nymphs on the shore, and silence their mourning with vows of returning, though never intending to visit them more.” Harris considers the callousness and cynicism of the song to underline the “moral” of the story, that young women should not succumb to the advances and promises of ardent young men. Appear! Appear! Our Carthage to secure and Troy revive. Appear! Fate forbids what you pursue. The Angry God will brook no longer stay. That's dreadful to a warrior's heart, And silence their mourning Obey your will, but with more ease could die. Take a bouzy short leave of your nymphs on the shore. BELINDA Oft she visits this lov'd mountain, Act 2. In 1965 few recorded options in terms of a complete Dido and Aeneas would've been available, and none for The Masque in Dioclesian. Fear no danger to ensue,

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