Mark Padmore

Biography

Born: March 8, 1961; England  
Mark Padmore is a British tenor, especially recognized for his performances of Baroque music. Padmore studied clarinet as a boy, and seems to have intended a career as a clarinetist; his course was changed by the opportunity to become a Choral Scholar at King's College, Cambridge. As a result, he became a member of the famous Chorus of King's College, Cambridge, singing daily services during the school term, participating in their tours and Read more concerts, and in exchange receiving expert vocal training and musical education and admission as a student at Cambridge itself.
He graduated in 1982. His clear, highly controlled, and even voice soon put him in demand on the early music scene. He sang in leading ensembles such as The Sixteen, and The Tallis Scholars; in 1987 he became a member of the Hilliard Ensemble. Other leading early music groups with which he has performed include the English Baroque Soloists, Collegium Vocale, the Monteverdi Choir, Fretwork, and the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment.
Padmore sings a great deal of opera from the Baroque and early Classical eras. Some of his roles include Aricie in Rameau's Hippolyte et Aricie (Operas of Paris, Nice, Montpellier, and the Brooklyn Academy of Music), Thespis and Mercure in Rameau's Platée (Edinburgh Festival; Royal Opera House Covent Garden in London; Berkeley, CA), Arnalta in Monteverdi's L'incoronazione di Poppea (Teatro Comunale, Florence), Admète in Gluck's Alceste (Scottish Opera and Opéra de Nice), and Orfeo in F.J. Haydn's Orfeo ed Euridice (Opera de Lausanne).
Other roles include Bajazet in Handel's Tamerlano, Jason in Charpentier's Médée, Pyramus in Lampe's Pyramus and Thisbe, Ferrando in Mozart's Così fan tutte, Hylas in Chabrier's Briséïs, and Interpreter in Vaughan Williams' Pilgrim's Progress.
Padmore has been acclaimed worldwide for his performances of the Evangelist roles of the Bach Passions. He has appeared in the major festivals at Edinburgh, the BBC Proms, Ludwigsburg, Salzburg, Tanglewood, and the Mostly Mozart Festival in New York.
He has proven ideal in the higher tenor parts in music of Benjamin Britten, mostly written for Peter Pears. Among Britten's operas he has sung the Novice in Billy Budd, Johnny Inkslinger and Hot Biscuit Slim in Paul Bunyan, and Lysander in A Midsummer Night's Dream. He sang the Serenade for tenor, horn, and strings with the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, and Saint Nicolas in Tampere, Finland.
As an art song singer, Padmore does not restrict his repertory to any particular era. He has sung Schubert's Die schöne Müllerin, Berlioz's Les nuits d'été, and Henze's Six Arabic Songs. Read less
Beethoven, Haydn, Mozart: Songs / Mark Padmore
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Born: March 8, 1961; England  
Mark Padmore is a British tenor, especially recognized for his performances of Baroque music. Padmore studied clarinet as a boy, and seems to have intended a career as a clarinetist; his course was changed by the opportunity to become a Choral Scholar at King's College, Cambridge. As a result, he became a member of the famous Chorus of King's College, Cambridge, singing daily services during the school term, participating in their tours and Read more
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LABEL
Part I: Die Vorstellung des Chaos (The Representation of Chaos)
Part I: Im Anfange schuf Gott Himmel und Erde (In the beginning God created the Heaven and the earth)(Raphael, Uriel, Chorus)
Part I: Und der Geist Gottes (And the Spirit of God) (Chorus)
Part I: Nun schwanden vor dem heiligen Strahle (Now vanish before the holy beams) (Uriel, Chorus)
Part I: Und Gott machte das Firmament (And God made the firmament) (Raphael)
Part I: Chorus: Mit Staunen sieht das Wunderwerk (The marv'lous work beholds amaz'd (Gabriel)
Part I: Und Gott sprach: Es sammle sich das Wasser (And God said: Let the waters under the heaven) (Raphael)
Part I: Rollend in schaumenden Wellen (Rolling in foaming billows) (Raphael)
Part I: Und Gott sprach: Es bringe die Erde Gras hervor (And God said: Let all the earth bring forth grass) (Gabriel)
Part I: Nun beut die Flur das frische Grun (With verdure clad the fields appear) (Gabriel)
Part I: Und die himmlischen Heerscharen (And the Heav'nly host proclaimed the third day) (Uriel)
Part I: Stimmt an die Saiten (Awake the harp) (Chorus)
Part I: Und Gott sprach: Es seien Lichter an der Feste des Himmels (And God said: Let there be lights in the firmament of heaven) (Uriel)
Part I: In vollem Glanze steiget jetzt die Sonne (In splendour bright is rising now the sun) (Uriel)
Part I: Die Himmel erzahlen die Ehre Gottes (The heavens are telling the glory of God) (Gabriel, Uriel, Raphael, Chorus)
Part II: Und Gott sprach: Es bringe das Wasser in der Fulle hervor (And God said: Let the waters bring forth abundantly) (Gabriel)
Part II: Auf starkem Fittiche schwinget sich der Adler stolz (On mighty pens uplifted soars the eagle aloft) (Gabriel)
Part II: Und Gott schuf grosse Walfische (And God created great whales) (Raphael)
Part II: In holder Anmut stehn (Most beautiful appear) (Gabriel, Uriel, Raphael)
Part II: Der Herr ist gross (The Lord is great) (Gabriel, Uriel, Raphael, Chorus)
Part II: Und Gott sprach: Es bringe die Erde hervor lebende Geschopfe (And God said: Let the earth bring forth the living creature) (Raphael)
Part II: Gleich offnet sich der Erde Schoss (Straight opening her fertile womb) (Raphael)
Part II: Nun scheint in vollem Glanze der Himmel (Now heav'n in fullest glory shone) (Raphael)
Part II: Und Gott schuf den Menschen nach seinem Ebenbilde (And God created man in his own image) (Uriel)
Part II: Mit Wurd' und Hoheit angetan (In native worth and honour clad) (Uriel)
Part II: Und Gott sah jedes Ding, was er gemacht hatte (And God saw ev'rything that he had made) (Raphael)
Part II: Vollendet ist das grosse Werk (Gabriel, Uriel, Raphael, Chorus)
Part III: Aus Rosenwolken (In rosy mantle appears) (Uriel)
Part III: Von deiner Gut', o Herr und Gott (By thee with bliss, O bounteous Lord) (Adam, Eve, Chorus)
Part III: Nun ist die erste Pflicht erfullt (Our duty we performed now) (Adam, Eve)
Part III: Holde Gattin! (Graceful consort!) (Adam, Eve)
Part III: O glucklich Paar (O happy pair) (Uriel)
Part III: Singt dem Herren alle Stimmen (Sing the Lord, ye voices all!) (Chorus)
Introit: Requiem aeternam (Chorus)
Kyrie eleison (Chorus)
Sequence No. 1: Dies Irae (Chorus)
Sequence No. 2: Tuba mirum (Soprano, Mezzo-soprano, Tenor, Baritone)
Sequence No. 3: Rex tremendae majestatis (Chorus)
Sequence No. 4: Recordare, Jesu pie (Soprano, Mezzo-soprano, Tenor, Baritone)
Sequence No. 5: Confutatis maledictis (Chorus)
Sequence No. 6: Lacrimosa dies illa (Chorus)
Offertory No. 1: Domine Jesu Christe (Chorus)
Offertory No. 2: Hostias et preces (Chorus) -
Sanctus (Chorus)
Benedictus (Soprano, Mezzo-soprano, Tenor, Baritone)
Agnus Dei (Chorus)
Communion: Lux aeterna (Soprano, Chorus)
I. Ich schreibe heute durch - II. Almauftrieb
II. Almauftrieb
III. Hart am Herz
IV. Familie Numero drei
V. Hunger nach Heimat, die keine mehr ist
VI. Los los
VII. Ferdl
VIII. Und beim Weggehen schmilzt aus den Augen der Schnee
IX. Lange zögern die Steine
X. Dein Wort mein Blindenhund
XI. Der Körper des Vogels am Weg
I. On Wenlock Edge
II. From far, from eve and morning
III. Is my team ploughing?
IV. Oh, when I was in love with you
V. Bredon Hill
VI. Clun
I. Infant Joy
II. A Poison Tree
III. The Piper
IV. London
V. The Lamb
VI. The Shepherd
VII. Ah, Sun-flower
VIII. Cruelty has a human heart
IX. The Divine Image
X. Eternity
I. The Curlew
II. Pale brows, still hands
III. I cried when the moon
IV. Interlude
V. I wander by the edge
I. Prologue
II. Pastoral
III. Nocturne
IV. Elegy
V. Dirge
VI. Hymn
VII. Sonnet
VIII. Epilogue
I. On a poet?s lips I slept
II. Below the thunders of the upper deep
III. Encinctured with a twine of leaves
IV. Midnight?s bell goes ting, ting, ting
V. But that night when on my bed I lay
VI. She sleeps on soft, last breaths
VII. What is more gentle than a wind in summer?
VIII. When most I wink, then do mine eyes best see
I. Intrada
II. Rhapsody: Recitativo stromentato
III. The Rapture: Danza
IV. Wonder: Arioso
V. The Salutation: Aria
The Fairy Queen Z629, First Musick: Prelude
The Fairy Queen Z629, First Musick: Hornpipe
The Fairy Queen Z629, Second Musick: Air
The Fairy Queen Z629, Second Musick: Rondeau
The Fairy Queen Z629: Overture
The Fairy Queen Z629, ACT 1: Song in Two Parts: Come let us leave the town (LH/RW)
The Fairy Queen Z629, ACT 1: Scene of the Drunken Poet: Fill up the bowl
The Fairy Queen Z629, ACT 1: First Act Tune: Jig
The Fairy Queen Z629, ACT 2: Song: Come all ye songsters of the sky (HC)
The Fairy Queen Z629, ACT 2: Prelude
The Fairy Queen Z629, ACT 2: Trio: May the God of Wit imspire (HC/MP/RW)
The Fairy Queen Z629, ACT 2: Echo (trumpet)
The Fairy Queen Z629, ACT 2: Chorus: Now join your Warbling Voices all (Chorus)
The Fairy Queen Z629, ACT 2: Song and Chorus & Fairies Dance: Sing while we trip it (CP/Chorus)
The Fairy Queen Z629, ACT 2: Song: See, even Night herself is here (SB)
The Fairy Queen Z629, ACT 2: Song: I am come to lock all fast (LH)
The Fairy Queen Z629, ACT 2: Song: One charming Night (MP)
The Fairy Queen Z629, ACT 2: Song and Chorus: Hush, no more (RW/Chorus)
The Fairy Queen Z629, ACT 2: Dance of the Followers of Night
The Fairy Queen Z629, ACT 2: Second Act Tune: Air
The Fairy Queen Z629, ACT 3: Song in Two Parts and Chorus: If Love's a Sweet Passion (CP/Chorus)
The Fairy Queen Z629, ACT 3: Overture: Symphony while the Swans come forward
The Fairy Queen Z629, ACT 3: Dance of the Fairies
The Fairy Queen Z629, ACT 3: Dance of the Green Men
The Fairy Queen Z629, ACT 3: Song: Ye Gentle Spirits of the Air (LH)
The Fairy Queen Z629, ACT 3: Coridon and Mopsa Dialogue: Now the maids and the men (MP/RW)
The Fairy Queen Z629, ACT 3: Dance of the Haymakers
The Fairy Queen Z629, ACT 3: Song: When I have often heard (CP)
The Fairy Queen Z629, ACT 3: Song and Chorus: A Thousand, Thousand ways (HC/RW/Chorus)
The Fairy Queen Z629, ACT 3: Third Act Tune: Hornpipe
The Fairy Queen Z629, ACT 4: Symphony
The Fairy Queen Z629, ACT 4: Solo and Chorus: Now the Night is chased away (CP/Chorus)
The Fairy Queen Z629, ACT 4: Duet: Let the Fifes, and the Clarions (HC/MP)
The Fairy Queen Z629, ACT 4: Entry of Phoebus
The Fairy Queen Z629, ACT 4: Song: When a cruel long Winter (MP)
The Fairy Queen Z629, ACT 4: Chorus: Hail! Great Parent of us all (Chorus)
The Fairy Queen Z629, ACT 4: Song: Thus the ever Grateful Spring (LH)
The Fairy Queen Z629, ACT 4: Song: Here's the Summer (HC)
The Fairy Queen Z629, ACT 4: Song: See my many Colour'd Fields (MP)
The Fairy Queen Z629, ACT 4: Song: Next Winter comes Slowly (DWJ)
The Fairy Queen Z629, ACT 4: Chorus: Hail! Great Parent (Chorus) (reprise)
The Fairy Queen Z629, ACT 4: Fourth Act Tune: Air
The Fairy Queen Z629, ACT 5: Prelude
The Fairy Queen Z629, ACT 5: Epithalamium: Thrice happy Lovers (SB)
The Fairy Queen Z629, ACT 5: Song: The Plaint: O let me weep (LH)
The Fairy Queen Z629, ACT 5: Entry Dance
The Fairy Queen Z629, ACT 5: Symphony
The Fairy Queen Z629, ACT 5: Song: Thus the gloomy World (MP)
The Fairy Queen Z629, ACT 5: Solo and Chorus: Thus Happy and Free (CP/Chorus)
The Fairy Queen Z629, ACT 5: Song: Yes, Daphne (HC)
The Fairy Queen Z629, ACT 5: Monkeys' Dance
The Fairy Queen Z629, ACT 5: Song: Hark! how all things (SB)
The Fairy Queen Z629, ACT 5: Song and Chorus: Hark! now the Echoing air (LH/Chorus)
The Fairy Queen Z629, ACT 5: Solos and Chorus: Sure the dull God of Marriage (CP/SB/Chorus)
The Fairy Queen Z629, ACT 5: Prelude
The Fairy Queen Z629, ACT 5: Solo: See, see, I obey (DWJ)
The Fairy Queen Z629, ACT 5: Duet: Turn then thine eyes (CP/SB)
The Fairy Queen Z629, ACT 5: Solo: My Torch, indeed (DWJ)
The Fairy Queen Z629, ACT 5: Trio and Chorus: They shall be as happy as they're fair (CP/SB/DWJ/Chorus)
The Fairy Queen Z629, ACT 5: Chaconne: Dance of the Chinese Man and Woman
I. Liebesbotschaft
II. Kriegers Ahnung
III. Frühlingssehnsucht
IV. Ständchen
V. Aufenthalt
VI. In der Ferne
VII. Abschied
VIII. Der Atlas
IX. Ihr Bild
X. Das Fischermädchen
XI. Die Stadt
XII. Am Meer
XIII. Der Doppelgänger
XIV. Die Taubenpost
Part I: Chorale: Herr, unser Herrscher (Chorus)
Part I: Recitative: Jesus ging mit seinen Jungern (Evangelist, Jesus) ? Jesum von Nazareth (Chorus) ? Recitative: Jesus spricht ze ihnen (Evangelist, Jesus) ? Jesum von Nazareth (Chorus) ? Recitative: Jesus antwortete (Evangelist, Jesus)
Part I: Chorale: O grosse Lieb (Chorus)
Part I: Recitative: Auf dass das Wort erfullet wurde (Evangelist, Jesus)
Part I: Chorale: Dein Will gescheh, Herr Gott, zugleich (Chorus)
Part I: Recitative: Die Schar aber und der Oberhauptmann (Evangelist)
Part I: Aria: Von den Stricken meiner Sunden (Alto)
Part I: Recitative: Simon Petrus aber folgete Jesu nach (Evangelist)
Part I: Aria: Ich folge dir gleichfalls (Soprano)
Part I: Recitative: Derselbige Junger war dem Hohenpriester bekannt (Evangelist, Ancilla, Petrus, Jesus, Servus)
Part I: Chorale: Wer hat dich so geschlagen (Chorus)
Part I: Recitative: Und Hannas sandte ihn gebunden (Evangelist) - Bist du nicht seiner Junger einer (Chorus) ? Recitative: Er leugnete aber und sprach (Evangelist, Petrus, Servus)
Part I: Aria: Ach, mein Sinn (Tenor)
Part I: Chorale: Petrus, der nicht denkt zuruck (Chorus)
Part II: Recitative: Und von Stund an nahm sie der Junger (Evangelist, Jesus)
Part II: Aria: Es ist vollbracht (Alto)
Part II: Recitative: Und neiget das Haupt (Evangelist)
Part II: Aria: Mein teurer Heiland, lass dich fragen (Bass, Chorus)
Part II: Recitative: Und siehe da, der Vorhang im Tempel zerriss (Evangelist)
Part II: Arioso: Mein Herz, indem die ganze Welt (Tenor)
Part II: Aria: Zerfliesse, mein Herze (Soprano)
Part II: Recitative: Die Juden aber, dieweil es der Rusttag war (Evangelist)
Part II: Chorale: O hilf, Christe, Gottes Sohn (Chorus)
Part II: Recitative: Darnach bat Pilatum Joseph von Arimathia (Evangelist)
Part II: Chorale: Ruht wohl, ihr heiligen Gebeine (Chorus)
Part II: Chorale: Ach Herr, lass dein lieb Engelein (Chorus)
Morgens steh' ich auf
Es treibt mich hin
Ich wandelte unter den Bäume
Lieb' Liebchen
Schöne Wiege meiner Leiden
Warte, warte, wilder Schiffmann
Berg' und Burgen schau'n herunter
Anfangs wollt' ich fast verzagen
Mit Myrten und Rosen
Im wunderschönen Monat Mai
Aus meinen Tränen spriessen
Die Rose, die Lilie, die Taube
Wenn ich in deine Augen seh'
Ich will meine Seele tauchen
Im Rhein, im heiligen Strome
Ich grolle nicht
Und wüssten's die Blumen
Das ist ein Flöten und Geigen
Hör' ich das Liedchen klingen
Ein Jüngling liebt ein Mädchen
Am leuchtenden Sommermorgen
Ich hab' im Traum geweinet
Allnächtlich im Traume
Aus alten Märchen
Die alten, bösen Lieder
J.S. Bach: "Erfreut euch, ihr Herzen" Cantata, BWV 66 - Chorus "Erfreut Euch, ihr Herzen"
J.S. Bach: "Erfreut euch, ihr Herzen" Cantata, BWV 66 - Recitative "Es bricht das Grab und damit unsere Not"
J.S. Bach: "Erfreut euch, ihr Herzen" Cantata, BWV 66 - Aria "Lasset dem Höchsten ein Danklied erschallen"
J.S. Bach: "Erfreut euch, ihr Herzen" Cantata, BWV 66 - Recitative (Dialogue) & Arioso "Bei Jesu Leben freudig sein"
J.S. Bach: "Erfreut euch, ihr Herzen" Cantata, BWV 66 - Duet "Ich fürchte zwar/nicht des Grabes Finsternis"
J.S. Bach: "Erfreut euch, ihr Herzen" Cantata, BWV 66 - Chorale "Halleluja! Des solln wir alle froh sein"
J.S. Bach: "Siehe zu, daß Deine Gottesfurcht", Cantata BWV 179 - 1. Coro "Siehe zu, daß deine Gottesfurcht"
J.S. Bach: "Siehe zu, daß Deine Gottesfurcht", Cantata BWV 179 - 2. Recitativo "Das heut'ge Christentum" (Tenore)
J.S. Bach: "Siehe zu, daß Deine Gottesfurcht", Cantata BWV 179 - 3. Aria "Falscher Heuchler Ebenbild" (Tenore)
J.S. Bach: "Siehe zu, daß Deine Gottesfurcht", Cantata BWV 179 - 4. Recitativo "Wer so von innen wie von aussen ist" (Basso)
J.S. Bach: "Siehe zu, daß Deine Gottesfurcht", Cantata BWV 179 - 5. Aria "Liebster Gott, erbarme dich" (Soprano)
J.S. Bach: "Siehe zu, daß Deine Gottesfurcht", Cantata BWV 179 - 6. Chorale "Ich armer Mensch"
J.S. Bach: "Herr Jesu Christ", Cantata BWV 113 - 1. Coro "Herr Jesu Christ, du höchstes Gut"
J.S. Bach: "Herr Jesu Christ", Cantata BWV 113 - 2. Aria " Erbarm dich mein in solcher Last" (Alto)
J.S. Bach: "Herr Jesu Christ", Cantata BWV 113 - 3. Aria "Für wahr, wenn mir das kommet ein" (Basso)
J.S. Bach: "Herr Jesu Christ", Cantata BWV 113 - 4. Recitativo "Jedoch dein heilsam Wort" (Basso)
J.S. Bach: "Herr Jesu Christ", Cantata BWV 113 - 5. Aria "Jesus nimmt die Sünder an" (Tenore)
J.S. Bach: "Herr Jesu Christ", Cantata BWV 113 - 6. Recitativo "Der Heiland nimmt die Sünder an" (Tenore)
J.S. Bach: "Herr Jesu Christ", Cantata BWV 113 - 7. Aria Duetto "Ach Herr, mein Gott" (Soprano, Alto)
J.S. Bach: "Herr Jesu Christ", Cantata BWV 113 - 8. Chorale "Stärk mich mit deinem Freudengeist"
Winterreise - Part I: Gute Nacht
Winterreise - Part I: Die Wetterfahne
Winterreise - Part I: Gefrorne Tränen
Winterreise - Part I: Erstarrung
Winterreise - Part I: Der Lindenbaum
Winterreise - Part I: Wasserflut
Winterreise - Part I: Auf dem Flusse
Winterreise - Part I: Rückblick
Winterreise - Part I: Irrlicht
Winterreise - Part I: Rast
Winterreise - Part I: Frühlingstraum
Winterreise - Part I: Einsamkeit
Winterreise - Part II: Die Post
Winterreise - Part II: Der greise Kopf
Winterreise - Part II: Die Krähe
Winterreise - Part II: Letzte Hoffnung
Winterreise - Part II: Im Dorfe
Winterreise - Part II: Der stürmische Morgen
Winterreise - Part II: Täuschung
Winterreise - Part II: Der Wegweiser
Winterreise - Part II: Das Wirtshaus
Winterreise - Part II: Mut!
Winterreise - Part II: Die Nebensonnen
Winterreise - Part II: Der Leiermann
I. Oh my blacke Soule!
II. Batter my heart
III. O might those sighes and teares
IV. Oh, to vex me
V. What if this present
VI. Since she whom I loved
VII. At the round earth's imagined corners
VIII. Thou hast made me
IX. Death, be not proud
At Day-close in November
Midnight on the Great Western
Wagtail and Baby
The little old Table
The Choirmaster's Burial
Proud Songsters
At the Railway Station, Upway
Before Life and after
Kyrie
Gloria: Gloria in excelsis Deo -
Gloria: Domine Deus -
Gloria: Cum sancto spiritu
Credo: Credo in unum Deum -
Credo: Et incarnatus est -
Credo: Et resurrexit
Sanctus
Benedictus
Agnus Dei
No. 1.
No. 2. From far, from eve and morning
No. 3. Is my team ploughing?
No. 4. Oh, when I was in love with you
No. 5. Bredon Hill
No. 6. Clun
Introduction: The Representation Of Chaos
In The Beginning God Created The Heaven And The Earth - And The Spirit Of God
Now Vanish Before The Holy Beams - Despairing, Cursing Rage
And God Made The Firmament
The Glorious Heav'nly Hierarchy
And God Said: Let The Waters Under The Heaven Be Gathered Together
Rolling In Foaming Billows
And God Said: Let The Earth Bring Forth Grass
With Verdure Clad The Fields Appear
And The Heavenly Host The Third Day Proclaimed
Awake The Harp, The Lyre Awake
And God Said: Let There Be Lights In The Firmament Of Heaven
In Brightest Splendour Rises Now The Sun
The Heavens Are Telling The Glory Of God
And God Said: Let The Waters Bring Forth Abundantly
On Mighty Pens Uplifted Soars The Eagle
And God Created Great Whales
And The Angels Struck Their Immortal Harps
Most Beautiful Appear, With Verdure Young Adorn'd - The Lord Is Great
And God Said: Let The Earth Bring Forth The Living Creature
Straight Opening Her Fertile Womb
Now Heaven In Fullest Glory Shines
And God Created Man
In Native Worth And Honour Clad
And God Saw Ev'rything That He Had Made
Achieved Is The Glorious Work
In Rosy Mantle Now Appears
By Thee With Bliss, O Bounteous Lord
Our Duty Have We Now Perform'd
Graceful Consort!
O Happy Pair
Praise The Lord, Uplift Your Voices
Act I - No.1 Overture
Act I, scene 1 - No.2 Chorus of Priests "Your harps and cymbals sound"
Act I, scene 1 - No.3 Air. Levite "Praise ye the Lord for all his mercies past"
Act I, scene 1 - No.4 Chorus of Priests "With pious heart, and holy tongue"
Act I, scene 1 - No.5 Accompagnato. Solomon "Almighty pow'r"
Act I, scene 1 - No.6 Recitative. Zadok "Imperial Solomon"
Act I, scene 1 - No.7 Air. Zadok "Sacred raptures cheer my breast"
Act I, scene 1 - No.8 Chorus of Israelites "Throughout the land Jehovah's praise record"
Act I, scene 1 - No.9 Recitative. Solomon "Bless'd be the Lord"
Act I, scene 1 - No.10 Air. Solomon "What though I trace each herb and flow'r"
Act I, scene 2 - No.11 Recitative. Solomon "And see my queen, my wedded love"
Act I, scene 2 - No.12 Air. Queen "Bless'd the day when first my eyes"
Act I, scene 2 - No.13 Recitative. Solomon, Queen "Thou fair inhabitant of Nile"
Act I, scene 2 - No.14 Duet. Queen, Solomon "Welcome as the dawn of the day"
Act I, scene 2 - No.17 Recitative. Solomon "My blooming fair"
Act I, scene 2 - No.18 Air. Solomon "Haste, haste to the cedar grove"
Act I, scene 2 - No.19 Recitative. Queen "When thou art absent from my sight"
Act I, scene 2 - No.20 Air. Queen "With thee th'unshelter'd moor I'd tread"
Act I, scene 2 - No.21 Recitative. Zadok "Search round the world"
Act I, scene 2 - No.22 Chorus "May no rash intruder disturb their soft hours"
Act II, scene 1 - No.23 Chorus of Israelites "From the censer curling rise"
Act II, scene 1 - No.24 Recitative. Solomon "Prais'd be the Lord"
Act II, scene 1 - No.25 Air. Solomon "When the sun o'er yonder hills"
Act II, scene 1 - No.26 Recitative. Levite "Great Prince, thy resolution's just"
Act II, scene 1 - No.27 Air. Levite "Thrice bless'd that wise discerning king"
Act II, scene 2 - No.28 Recitative. Attendant, Solomon "My sovereign liege" / Scene 3 - First Harlot "Thou son of David"
Act II, scene 3 - No.29 Trio. Solomon, two Harlots "Words are weak to paint my fears"
Act II, scene 3 - No.30 Recitative. Solomon, second Harlot "What says the other to th'imputed charge?"
Act II, scene 3 - No.31 Air. Second Harlot "Thy sentence, great king"
Act II, scene 3 - No.32 Recitative. First Harlot "Withhold, withhold the executing hand"
Act II, scene 3 - No.33 Air. First Harlot "Can I see my enfant gor'd"
Act II, scene 3 - No.34 Accompagnato. Solomon "Israel, attend to what your king shall say"
Act II, scene 3 - No.35 Duet. First Harlot, Solomon "Thrice bless'd the king"
Act II, scene 3 - No.36 Chorus of Israelites "From the east unto the west"
Act II, scene 3 - No.37 Recitative. Zadok "From morn to eve I could enraptur'd sing"
Act II, scene 3 - No.38 Air. Zadok "See the tall palm that lifts the head"
Act II, scene 3 - No.39 Recitative. First Harlot "No more shall armed bands our hopes destroy"
Act II, scene 3 - No.40 Air. First Harlot "Beneath the vine, or fig-tree's shade"
Act III - No.42 Symphony: arrival of the Queen of Sheba
Act III - No.43 Recitative. Queen of Sheba, Solomon "From Arabia's spicy shores"
Act III - No.44 Air. Queen of Sheba "Ev'ry sight these eyes behold"
Act III - No.45 Recitative. Solomon "Sweep, sweep the string"
Act III - No.46 Solo. Solomon and Israelites "Music, spread thy voice around"
Act III - No.47 Solo. Solomon and Israelites "Now a diff'rent measure try"
Act III - No.48 Recitative. Solomon "Then at once from rage remove"
Act III - No.49 Chorus of Israelites "Draw the tear from hopeless love"
Act III - No.50 Recitative. Solomon "Next the tortur'd soul release"
Act III - No.51 Solo. Solomon and Israelites "Thus rolling surges rise"
Act III - No.52 Recitative. Queen of Sheba "Thy harmony's divine, great king"
Act III - No.53 Recitative. Zadok "Thrice happy king, to have achiev'd"
Act III - No.54 Air. Zadok "Golden columns, fair and bright"
Act III - No.55 Recitative. Solomon "Gold now is common on our happy shore"
Act III - No.56 Air. Solomon "How green our fertile pastures look"
Act III - No.57 Recitative. Queen of Sheba "May peace in Salem ever dwell!"
Act III - No.58 Air. Queen of Sheba "Will the sun forget to streak"
Act III - No.59 Recitative. Solomon "Adieu, fair queen, and in thy breast"
Act III - No.60 Duet. Queen of Sheba, Solomon "Ev'ry joy that wisdom knows"
Act III - No.61 Double Chorus "Praise the Lord with harp and tongue!"
Chorus of Priests, ?Swell, swell the full chorus to Solomon?s praise?
I. the king made an image of gold (Chorus) - To you it is commanded (The Herald) - Therefore at that time... (Chorus)
II. Wherefore at that time certain Chaldeans came near (Chorus) - Is it of purpose, O Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego () - O , we have no need to answer thee... (Chorus)
III. Then was full of fury (Chorus) - ...and they have no hurt () - Then Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego, came forth... (Chorus) - Blessed be the God... ()
IV. O all ye works of the Lord, bless ye the Lord (Bass) - O let the earth bless the Lord (Chorus)
Ouverture
Atto primo, scena I. Recitativo Vitellia, Sesto "Ma chè? sempre l'istesso"
Atto primo, scena I. No.1 Duetto Sesto, Vitellia "Come ti piace imponi"
Atto primo, scena II. Recitativo Annio, Vitellia, Sesto "Amico, il passo affretta"
Atto primo, scena II. No.2 Aria Vitellia "Deh se piacer mi vuoi"
Atto primo, scena III. Recitativo Sesto, Annio "Amico, ecco il momento"
Atto primo, scena III. No.3 Duettino Annio, Sesto "Deh prendi un dolce amplesso"
Atto primo, scena IV. No.4 Marcia
Atto primo, scena IV. No.5 Coro "Serbate, oh Dei custodi"
Atto primo, scena IV. Recitativo Publio, Annio, Tito "Te della patria il Padre"
Atto primo, scena IV. Marcia
Atto primo, scena IV. Recitativo Publio, Annio, Tito "Adesso, oh Sesto"
Atto primo, scena IV. No. 6 Aria Tito "Del più sublime soglio"
Atto primo, scena V. Recitativo Annio, Servilia "Non ci pentiam"
Atto primo, scena V. No.7 Duetto Annio, Servilia "Ah perdona il primo affetto"
Atto primo, scena VI. Recitativo Tito, Publio "Che mi rechi in quel foglio?" - Scena VII. Recitativo Servilia, Tito "Di Tito al piè..."
Atto primo, scena VII. No.8 Aria Tito "Ah, se fosse intorno al trono"
Atto primo, scena VIII. Recitativo Servilia, Vitellia "Felice me!" - Scena IX. Recitativo Vitellia, Sesto "Ancora mi schernisce?"
Atto primo, scena IX. No.9 Aria Sesto "Parto, ma tu ben mio"
Atto primo, scena X. Recitativo Vitellia, Publio, Annio "Vedrai, Tito, vedrai, che alfin sì vile"
Atto primo, scena X. No.10 Terzetto Vitellia, Publio, Annio "Vengo... aspettate... Sesto!...
Atto primo, scena XI. No.11 Recitativo accompagnato Sesto "Oh Dei, che smania è questa"
Atto primo, scena XI. No.12 Quintetto con coro "Deh, conservate, oh Dei" - Scene XII-XIV [finale]
Atto secondo, scena I. Recitativo Annio, Sesto "Sesto, come tu credi"
Atto secondo, scena I. No.13 Aria Annio "Torna di Tito al lato"
Atto secondo, scena II. Recitativo Sesto, Vitellia "Partir deggio, o restar?" - Scena III. Recitativo Publio, Sesto, Vitellia "Sesto!"
Atto secondo, scena IV. No.14 Terzetto Sesto, Vitellia, Publio "Se al volto mai ti senti"
Atto secondo, scena V. No.15 Coro "Ah grazie si rendano"
Atto secondo, scena V. Recitativo Publio, Tito "Già de' pubblici giuochi"
Atto secondo, scena V. No.16 Aria Publio "Tardi s'avvede"
Atto secondo, scena VI. Recitativo Tito, Annio "No, così scellerato" - Scena VII. Recitativo Publio, Tito, Annio "Cesare, nol diss'io?"
Atto secondo, scena VII. No.17 Aria Annio "Tu fosti tradito"
Atto secondo, scena VIII. Recitativo accompagnato Tito "Che orror! che tradimento!" - Scena IX. Recitativo Publio, Tito "Ma, Publio, ancora Sesto non viene?"
Atto secondo, scena X. No.18 Terzetto Sesto, Tito, Publio "Quello di Tito è il volto!"
Atto secondo, scena X. Recitativo Tito, Sesto "Eppur mi fa pietà"
Atto secondo, scena X. No.19 Rondo Sesto "Deh per questo istante solo"
Atto secondo, scena XI. Recitativo Tito "Ove s'intese mai più contumace" - Scena XII. Recitativo Tito, Publio "Publio"
Atto secondo, scena XII. No.20 Aria Tito "Se all'impero, amici Dei"
Atto secondo, scena XIII. Recitativo Vitellia, Publio "Publio, ascolta!" - Scena XIV. Recitativo Vitellia, Servilia, Annio "Non giova lusingarsi"
Atto secondo, scena XIV. No.21 Aria Servilia "S'altro che lacrime"
Atto secondo, scena XV. No.22 Recitativo accompagnato Vitellia "Ecco il punto, oh Vitellia"
Atto secondo, scena XV. No.23 Rondo Vitellia "Non più di fiori"
Atto secondo, scena XVI. No.24 Coro "Che del ciel, che degli Dei"
Atto secondo, scena XVI. Recitativo Tito, Annio, Servilia "Pria che principio a' lieti" - Scena XVII. Recitativo Tito, Vitellia, Sesto, Servilia, Annio, Publio "Sesto, de' tuoi delitti"
Atto secondo, scena XVII. No.25 Recitativo accompagnato Tito "Ma che giorno è mai questo?"
Atto secondo, scena XVII. No.26 Sestetto con coro "Tu, è ver, m'assolvi, Augusto"
Kyrie
Gloria: Gloria in excelsis Deo -
Gloria: Qui tollis peccata mundi -
Gloria: Cum Sancto Spiritu
Credo: Credo in unum Deum -
Credo: Et incarnatus est -
Credo: Et resurrexit -
Credo: Et exspecto
Sanctus
Benedictus
Agnus Dei: Agnus Dei, qui tollis peccata mundi
Agnus Dei: Dona nobis pacem
Chorale and Recitative: Wer weiss, wie nahe mir mein Ende (Soprano, Alto, Tenor)
Recitative: Mein Leben hat kein ander Ziel (Tenor)
Aria: Wilkommen! will ich sagen (Alto)
Recitative: Ach, wer doch schon im Himmel war! (Soprano)
Aria: Gute Nacht, du Weltgetummel! (Bass)
Chorale: Welt, ade! Ich bin dein mude
Liebster Gott, wenn werd ich sterben? (Chorus)
Aria: Was willst du dich, mein Geist, entsetzen (Tenor)
Accompanied Recitative: Zwar fuhlt mein schwaches Herz (Alto)
Aria: Doch weichet, ihr tollen, vergeblichen Sorgen! (Bass)
Recitative: Behalte nur, o Welt, das Meine! (Soprano)
Chorale: Herrscher uber Tod und Leben


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