Lisa Saffer

Biography

Born: June 3, 1960; Madison, WI  
American soprano Lisa Saffer has achieved distinction in an amazingly wide variety of roles, though she is identified particularly with the operas of Handel. She has sung Dalinda from Ariodante, the title role in Partenope, Atalanta from Xerxes, Cleopatra from Giulio Cesare, and numerous others, generally to critical acclaim. Her repertory extends to Mozart (Susanna from Le nozze di Figaro), Verdi (Gilda, from Rigoletto), Wagner, Richard Strauss, Read more and the moderns, a category that includes the title role in Berg's Lulu and such lesser-known fare as Henze's Elegy for Young Lovers (Hilda Mack), Birtwistle's Punch and Judy (Polly/Witch), and Oliver Knussen's Higglety Pigglety Pop! and Where The Wild Things Are. She has also regularly appeared in concert, again in broad repertory, from Bach's B minor Mass to Knussen's Rilke Songs.

Saffer was born in Madison, WI, on June 3, 1960. Her educational background is impressive: she received a bachelor's degree from the Oberlin Conservatory and a master's (1984) and artist diploma (1986) from the New England Conservatory of Music. Her principal teacher throughout her student years was Helen Hodam, with whom she worked for about 20 years, beginning in 1978. She began studies with Rita Shane in 1998.

Saffer received the Anna Case Mackay Award while serving as an apprentice at the Santa Fe Opera in the mid-'80s. In 1988 she was named a recipient of the National Music Theater Institute grant. She soon began attracting attention on U.S. stages for her work in several Stephen Wadsworth productions of Monteverdi operas. Beginning in the early '90s she made a series of Handel recordings for Harmonia Mundi, for which she achieved international acclaim. The series included Agrippina (1992), Ottone (1993), Judas Maccabaeus (1995), and Ariodante (2002).

During the 1990s Saffer was already branching out into repertory far afield from the Baroque: for New World Records she recorded Bright Sheng's Chinese Love Songs (1992), and for the Arabesque label, she recorded songs by Ralph Shapey (1999). Her highly imaginative portrayal of Lulu in the English National Opera production in 2005 garnered a nomination for the Laurence Olivier Award in operatic performance and received the Royal Philharmonic Society's vocal performance award. The Chandos recording of Lulu, based on that acclaimed English-language production, was issued in 2006, Saffer drawing virtually unanimous critical praise for her interpretation of this enormously difficult role. Read less
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    Glass: Orphee / Manson, Cutlip, Jarmen, Saffer, Portland Opera
    Label: Orange Mountain Music   Catalog: 68 Release Date: 09/14/2010   Number of Discs: 2
    Composer:  Philip Glass
    Performer:  Philip Cutlip,  Georgia Jarmen,  Lisa Saffer,  Ryan MacPherson
    Conductor:  Anne Manson
    Orchestra/Ensemble:  Portland Opera Orchestra
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    1+1  Handel: Judas Maccabaeus / Mcgegan, De Mey, Et Al
    Label: Harmonia Mundi   Catalog: 2907374 Release Date: 08/08/2006   Number of Discs: 1
    Composer:  George Frideric Handel
    Performer:  Lisa Saffer,  Patricia Spence,  Guy de Mey,  David Thomas  ... 
    Conductor:  Nicholas McGegan
    Orchestra/Ensemble:  Berkeley Chamber Chorus,  Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra
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    Opera In English - Berg: Lulu / Daniel, Saffer, Perry, Et Al
    Label: Chandos   Catalog: 3130 Release Date: 03/21/2006   Number of Discs: 3
    Composer:  Alban Berg
    Performer:  Graeme Danby,  Jane Powell,  Anna Burford,  John Graham-Hall  ... 
    Orchestra/Ensemble:  Paul Daniel,  English National Opera Orchestra
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    Knussen: Higglety Pigglety Pop, Where The Wild Things Are
    Label: Deutsche Grammophon   Catalog: 469556 Release Date: 06/12/2001   Number of Discs: 2
    Composer:  Oliver Knussen
    Performer:  Lisa Saffer,  Rosemary Hardy,  Christopher Gillett,  David Wilson-Johnson  ... 
    Conductor:  Oliver Knussen
    Orchestra/Ensemble:  London Sinfonietta
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    Imbrie: Requiem, Piano Concerto No 3 / Rothman, Et Al
    Label: Bridge   Catalog: 9091 Release Date: 08/17/1999   Number of Discs: 1
    Composer:  Andrew Imbrie
    Performer:  Alan Feinberg,  Lisa Saffer
    Conductor:  George Rothman
    Orchestra/Ensemble:  Riverside Symphony,  New York Virtuoso Singers
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    Handel: Ariodante / McGegan, Hunt, Gondek, Saffer, Freiburg Baroque Orchestra
    Label: Harmonia Mundi   Catalog: 907146 Release Date: 03/11/1996   Number of Discs: 3
    Composer:  George Frideric Handel
    Performer:  Jörn Lindemann,  Nicolas Cavallier,  Lisa Saffer,  Jennifer Lane  ... 
    Conductor:  Nicholas McGegan
    Orchestra/Ensemble:  Wilhelmshavener Vokalensemble,  Freiburg Baroque Orchestra
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    Sheng: H'un, My Song, 3 Chinese Love Songs / Schwartz
    Label: New World Records   Catalog: 80407 Release Date: 12/08/1992   Number of Discs: 1
    Composer:  Bright Sheng
    Performer:  Lucia Lin,  Paul Neubauer,  Bright Sheng,  Lisa Saffer  ... 
    Conductor:  Gerard Schwarz
    Orchestra/Ensemble:  New York Chamber Symphony
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Biography

Born: June 3, 1960; Madison, WI  
American soprano Lisa Saffer has achieved distinction in an amazingly wide variety of roles, though she is identified particularly with the operas of Handel. She has sung Dalinda from Ariodante, the title role in Partenope, Atalanta from Xerxes, Cleopatra from Giulio Cesare, and numerous others, generally to critical acclaim. Her repertory extends to Mozart (Susanna from Le nozze di Figaro), Verdi (Gilda, from Rigoletto), Wagner, Richard Strauss, Read more
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Hums and Songs of Winnie-the-Pooh Op. 6 (1970/1983), I. Aphorisms: i. Inscription
Hums and Songs of Winnie-the-Pooh Op. 6 (1970/1983), I. Aphorisms: ii. Hum
Hums and Songs of Winnie-the-Pooh Op. 6 (1970/1983), I. Aphorisms: iii. The Hundred Acre Wood (Nocturne) - Piglet meets a Heffalump
Hums and Songs of Winnie-the-Pooh Op. 6 (1970/1983), I. Aphorisms: iv. Hum, continued, and Little Nonsense Song
Hums and Songs of Winnie-the-Pooh Op. 6 (1970/1983), I. Aphorisms: v. Hum (instrumental)
Hums and Songs of Winnie-the-Pooh Op. 6 (1970/1983), I. Aphorisms: vi. Vocalise (Climbing the tree)
Hums and Songs of Winnie-the-Pooh Op. 6 (1970/1983), I. Aphorisms: vii. Codetta
Hums and Songs of Winnie-the-Pooh Op. 6 (1970/1983): II. Bee Piece and Cadenza (The Fall of Pooh)
Four Late Poems and an Epigram of Rainer Maria Rilke Op. 23 (1988): epigram - I. Idol
Four Late Poems and an Epigram of Rainer Maria Rilke Op. 23 (1988): replica - II. Gravity
Four Late Poems and an Epigram of Rainer Maria Rilke Op. 23 (1988): double - III. Imaginary Life
Four Late Poems and an Epigram of Rainer Maria Rilke Op. 23 (1988): IV. Gong
Judas Maccabaeus: Overture: Grave - Allegro - Lentement - Allegro
Judas Maccabaeus: Act 1. Chorus: Mourn, ye afflicted children
Judas Maccabaeus: Act 1. Recit: Well may your sorrows
Judas Maccabaeus: Act 1. Duet: From this dread scene
Judas Maccabaeus: Act 1. Chorus: For Sion lamentation make
Judas Maccabaeus: Act 1. Recit: Not vain is all this storm of grief
Judas Maccabaeus: Act 1. Aria: Pious orgies, pious airs
Judas Maccabaeus: Act 1. Chorus: O Father, whose almighty pow'r
Judas Maccabaeus: Act 1. Recit: I feel the deity within
Judas Maccabaeus: Act 1. Aria: Arm, arm, ye brave! - Chorus: We come, we come
Judas Maccabaeus: Act 1. Recit: 'Tis well, my friends
Judas Maccabaeus: Act 1. Aria: Call forth thy pow'rs, my soul
Judas Maccabaeus: Act 1. Recit: To heav'n's Almighty king
Judas Maccabaeus: Act 1. Aria: O liberty, thou choicest treasure
Judas Maccabaeus: Act 1. Aria: Come, ever-smiling liberty
Judas Maccabaeus: Act 1. Recit: O Judas, may these noble views
Judas Maccabaeus: Act 1. Aria: 'Tis liberty, dear liberty alone
Judas Maccabaeus: Act 1. Duet: Come, ever-smiling liberty
Judas Maccabaeus: Act 1. Chorus: Lead on, lead on!
Judas Maccabaeus: Act 1. Recit: So will'd my father
Judas Maccabaeus: Act 1. Semi-chorus: Disdainful of danger
Judas Maccabaeus: Act 1. Recit: Ambition!
Judas Maccabaeus: Act 1. Aria: No, no unhallow'd desire
Judas Maccabaeus: Act 1. Chorus: Hear us, O Lord
Judas Maccabaeus: Act 2. Chorus: Fall'n is the foe
Judas Maccabaeus: Act 2. Recit: Victorious hero!
Judas Maccabaeus: Act 2. Aria: So rapid thy course is
Judas Maccabaeus: Act 2. Recit: Oh let eternal honours
Judas Maccabaeus: Act 2. Aria: From mighty kings
Judas Maccabaeus: Act 2. Duet & Chorus: Hail, hail, Judea
Judas Maccabaeus: Act 2. Recit: Thanks to my brethren
Judas Maccabaeus: Act 2. Aria: How vain is man
Judas Maccabaeus: Act 2. Recit: O Judas, O my brethren!
Judas Maccabaeus: Act 2. Aria & Chorus: Ah! wretched Israel!
Judas Maccabaeus: Act 2. Recit: Be comforted
Judas Maccabaeus: Act 2. Aria: The Lord worketh wonders
Judas Maccabaeus: Act 2. Recit: My arms! Against this Gorgias
Judas Maccabaeus: Act 2. Aria: Sound an alarm! - Chorus: We hear the pleasing, dreadful call
Judas Maccabaeus: Act 2. Recit: Enough! To Heav'n we leave the rest
Judas Maccabaeus: Act 2. Aria: With pious hearts
Judas Maccabaeus: Act 2. Recit: Ye worshippers of God
Judas Maccabaeus: Act 2. Duet & Chorus: Oh! never, never bow we down
Judas Maccabaeus: Act 3. Aria: Father of Heav'n!
Judas Maccabaeus: Act 3. Recit: See, see yon flames
Judas Maccabaeus: Act 3. Recit: Oh grant it, Heav'n
Judas Maccabaeus: Act 3. Aria: So shall the lute and harp awake
Judas Maccabaeus: Act 3. Recit: From Capharsalama
Judas Maccabaeus: Act 3. Chorus of Youths: See, the conqu'ring hero comes - Duet: See the godlike youth - Chorus: See, the conqu'ring hero comes
Judas Maccabaeus: Act 3. March
Judas Maccabaeus: Act 3. Duet & Chorus: Sing unto God
Judas Maccabaeus: Act 3. Recit: Sweet flow the strains
Judas Maccabaeus: Act 3. Aria: With honour let desert be crown'd
Judas Maccabaeus: Act 3. Recit: Peace to my countrymen
Judas Maccabaeus: Act 3. Chorus: To our great God be all the honour giv'n
Judas Maccabaeus: Act 3. Recit: Again to earth
Judas Maccabaeus: Act 3. Duet: O lovely peace
Judas Maccabaeus: Act 3. Aria & Chorus: Rejoice, O Judah!; Hallelujah! Amen
Judas Maccabaeus: Appendix. Act II, Recit: Well may we hope
Judas Maccabaeus: Appendix. Act II, Duet & Chorus: Sion now her head shall raise
Judas Maccabaeus: Appendix. Act II, Aria: Wise men, flatt'ring, may deceive us
Judas Maccabaeus: Appendix. Act I, Aria: Far brighter than the morning
Judas Maccabaeus: Appendix. Act II, Recit: Sweet are thy words
Judas Maccabaeus: Appendix. Act II, Aria: Great in wisdom, great in glory
Judas Maccabaeus: Appendix. Recit: Not vain is all this storm of grief
Judas Maccabaeus: Appendix. Act I, Aria: Pious orgies, pious airs
Prologue: Roll up, roll up for the menagerie (Animal tamer)
Act I Scene 1: Am I trespassing? (Alwa, Dr. Schon, Lulu)
Act I Scene 1: Gnadige Frau ... Frau Medizinalrat ... (Painter, Lulu)
Act I Scene 1: You are far too slow to capture me (Lulu, Painter)
Act I Scene 1: What's happening? (Painter, Lulu)
Act I Scene 1: Open the door! (Professor of Medicine, Lulu, Painter)
Act I Scene 1: Just wait, he'll jump right up ... (Lulu)
Act I Scene 1: Can't you help him recover his senses? (Painter, Lulu)
Act I Scene 1: You make me jealous, you lucky bastard! (Lulu)
Act I Scene 1: Please help me do this up (Lulu)
Act I Scene 2: Eva! - What is it? (Painter, Lulu)
Act I Scene 2: Eva! - What is it? (Painter, Lulu)
Act I Scene 2: He's not quite what I imagined him to be (Schigolch, Lulu, Dr. Schon)
Act I Scene 2: If you and I married (Dr. Schon, Lulu, Painter)
Act I Scene 2: So? - Your marriage has made you at least a million marks ... (Painter, Dr. Schon, Lulu)
Act I Scene 2: Don't talk so loud (Dr. Schon, Alwa, Lulu)
Act I Scene 2: Verwandlung (Transformation)
Act I Scene 3: I've never in my life known an audience so excited (Alwa, Lulu)
Act I Scene 3: More for me, please (Lulu, Alwa)
Act I Scene 3: That girl and her lovers (Alwa)
Act I Scene 3: I met her first at Dr. Schon's (African Prince, Alwa)
Act I Scene 3: She's had a sort of fainting fit (Dresser, Alwa, Theatre Manager, Prince, Lulu)
Act I Scene 3: What's wrong with her? (Dr. Schon, Alwa, Lulu, Dresser, Theatre Manager, Prince)
Act I Scene 3: How dare you attempt to ruin my well-laid plans? (Dr. Schon, Lulu)
Act I Scene 3: Take this pen and paper (Lulu, Dr. Schon)
Knussen: Higglety Pigglety Pop!, op.21 - or, There must be more to Life / Scene 1 - Jennie - Why am I longing (Jennie, Potted Plant)
Knussen: Higglety Pigglety Pop!, op.21 - or, There must be more to Life / Scene 1 - Jennie - You have two windows (Potted Plant, Jennie)
Knussen: Higglety Pigglety Pop!, op.21 - or, There must be more to Life / Scene 2 - Pig - Hello little Lady (Pig, Jennie)
Knussen: Higglety Pigglety Pop!, op.21 - or, There must be more to Life / Scene 2 - Pig - Change of scene - "If I could eat experience" (Jennie)
Knussen: Higglety Pigglety Pop!, op.21 - or, There must be more to Life / Scene 3 - Cat - You must be going to (Cat, Jennie)
Knussen: Higglety Pigglety Pop!, op.21 - or, There must be more to Life / Scene 3 - Cat - Interlude 1: The Journey to the Big White House
Knussen: Higglety Pigglety Pop!, op.21 - or, There must be more to Life / Scene 4 - Rhoda - Thank you very much for the ride (Jennie, Cat, Rhoda)
Knussen: Higglety Pigglety Pop!, op.21 - or, There must be more to Life / Scene 4 - Rhoda - Are you all right, Miss? (Rhoda, Jennie)
Knussen: Higglety Pigglety Pop!, op.21 - or, There must be more to Life / Scene 5 - Baby - Baby, here is Nurse (Rhoda, Jennie)
Knussen: Higglety Pigglety Pop!, op.21 - or, There must be more to Life / Scene 5 - Baby - Yum, yum (Jennie, Baby)
Knussen: Higglety Pigglety Pop!, op.21 - or, There must be more to Life / Scene 5 - Baby - Who can help me? (Jennie, Baby's Mother)
Knussen: Higglety Pigglety Pop!, op.21 - or, There must be more to Life / Scene 6 - Lion - How black it is (Jennie, Lion, Baby)
Knussen: Higglety Pigglety Pop!, op.21 - or, There must be more to Life / Scene 6 - Lion - Quiet in there! (Jenny, Baby, Lion)
Knussen: Higglety Pigglety Pop!, op.21 - or, There must be more to Life / Scene 7 - Ash-Tree - Now I have nothing (Jennie, Ash-Tree)
Knussen: Higglety Pigglety Pop!, op.21 - or, There must be more to Life / Scene 7 - Ash-Tree - Adagio: A little meditation
Knussen: Higglety Pigglety Pop!, op.21 - or, There must be more to Life / Scene 8 - Recognition - Jennie! Jennie! (Rhoda, Cat, Pig, Jennie, Mother Goose, Lion)
Knussen: Higglety Pigglety Pop!, op.21 - or, There must be more to Life / Scene 8 - Recognition - Interlude 2. The Ride to Castle Yonder
Knussen: Higglety Pigglety Pop!, op.21 - or, There must be more to Life / Scene 8 - Recognition - Hello, as you probably noticed (Jennie)
Knussen: Higglety Pigglety Pop!, op.21 - or, There must be more to Life / Scene 9 - Higglety Pigglety Pop! - Fanfare I - Higglety. Scene 1 - Rhyme 1 (Rhoda, Jennie, Cat, Pig, Lion)
Knussen: Higglety Pigglety Pop!, op.21 - or, There must be more to Life / Scene 9 - Higglety Pigglety Pop! - Fanfare II - Higglety. Scene 2 - Rhyme 2 (Rhoda, Jennie, Cat, Pig, Lion)
Knussen: Higglety Pigglety Pop!, op.21 - or, There must be more to Life / Scene 9 - Higglety Pigglety Pop! - Higglety. Scene 3 - Rhyme 3 (Rhoda, Jennie, Cat, Pig)
Knussen: Where the Wild Things Are, op.20 - Fantasy opera in Nine Scenes - Overture
Knussen: Where the Wild Things Are, op.20 - Fantasy opera in Nine Scenes - Max - Scherzino: "I'm Max! (Max)
Knussen: Where the Wild Things Are, op.20 - Fantasy opera in Nine Scenes - Mama - Scherzo A "Sshh! Sshh!" (Max, Mama)
Knussen: Where the Wild Things Are, op.20 - Fantasy opera in Nine Scenes - Scherzo A: Reprise
Knussen: Where the Wild Things Are, op.20 - Fantasy opera in Nine Scenes - Max's Room - Pantom./Ariette 1:"In the wildest woods" (Max)
Knussen: Where the Wild Things Are, op.20 - Fantasy opera in Nine Scenes - Transformation/Arietta 2: "I jump and bump" (Max)
Knussen: Where the Wild Things Are, op.20 - Fantasy opera in Nine Scenes - Sea Interlude
Knussen: Where the Wild Things Are, op.20 - Fantasy opera in Nine Scenes - The Wild Things - Recit/Musica interna "It must be" (Max, Wild Things)
Knussen: Where the Wild Things Are, op.20 - Fantasy opera in Nine Scenes - Coronation: "... Eat you up" (Wild Things, Max)
Knussen: Where the Wild Things Are, op.20 - Fantasy opera in Nine Scenes - The Wild Rumpus: "Now stop!" (Max, Wild Things)
Knussen: Where the Wild Things Are, op.20 - Fantasy opera in Nine Scenes - Max alone: "I dreamed that once" (Max)
Knussen: Where the Wild Things Are, op.20 - Fantasy opera in Nine Scenes - Parting: "Fe...! Oh please don't go" (Wild Things)
Knussen: Where the Wild Things Are, op.20 - Fantasy opera in Nine Scenes - Second Sea Interlude - "I was very far to" (Max, Mama)
Knussen: Where the Wild Things Are, op.20 - Fantasy opera in Nine Scenes - Max's Room (Max)
Ariodante: Act 1. Overture: Largo, Allegro
Ariodante: Act 1. Overture: Allegro
Ariodante: Act 1. Arioso: Vezzi, lusinghe
Ariodante: Act 1. Recit: Ami dunque, oh Signora?
Ariodante: Act 1. Aria: Orrida a gl'occhi miei
Ariodante: Act 1. Recit: Orgogliosa beltade!
Ariodante: Act 1. Aria: Apri le luci
Ariodante: Act 1. Recit: Mie speranze, che fate?
Ariodante: Act 1. Aria: Coperta la frode
Ariodante, HWV 33: Act I, Arioso, Quì d'amor (Ariodante)
Ariodante: Act 1. Recit: T'amerò dunque sempre
Ariodante: Act 1. Duetto: Prendi da questa mano
Ariodante: Act 1. Recit: Non vi turbate
Ariodante: Act 1. Aria: Volate, amori
Ariodante: Act 1. Recit: Vanne pronto
Ariodante: Act 1. Aria: Voli colla sua tromba
Ariodante: Act 1. Recit: Oh, felice mio core!
Ariodante, HWV 33: Act I, Aria, Con l'ali di costanza (Ariodante)
Ariodante: Act 1. Recit: Conosco il merto tuo
Ariodante: Act 1. Aria: Spero per voi
Ariodante: Act 1. Recit: Dalinda, in occidente
Ariodante: Act 1. Aria: Del mio sol vezzosi rai
Ariodante: Act 1. Recit: Ah! che quest'alma amante
Ariodante: Act 1. Aria: Il primo ardor
Ariodante: Act 1. Recit: Pare, ovunque m'aggiri
Ariodante: Act 1. Sinfonia: (Larghetto)
Ariodante: Act 1. Duetto: Se rinasce nel mio cor
Ariodante: Act 1. Coro: Si godete al vostro amor
Ariodante: Act 1. Ballo:
Ariodante: Act 1. Ballo: Musette (Lentement)
Ariodante: Act 1. Ballo: Musette (Andante)
Ariodante: Act 1. Ballo: (Allegro)
Ariodante: Act 1. Coro: Si godete al vostro amor
Ariodante: Act 2. Sinfonia
Ariodante: Act 2. Recit: Di Dalinda l'amore
Ariodante: Act 2. Aria: Tu preparati a morire
Ariodante: Act 2. Recit: Ginevra?
Ariodante: Act 2. Aria: Tu vivi e punito
Ariodante, HWV 33: Act II, Recit, E vivo ancora? (Ariodante)
Ariodante, HWV 33: Act II, Aria, Scherza infida (Ariodante)
Ariodante: Act 2. Recit: Lo stral ferì nel segno
Ariodante: Act 2. Arioso: Se tanto piace al cor
Ariodante: Act 2. Recit: Felice fu il mio inganno
Ariodante: Act 2. Aria: Se l'inganno sortisce
Ariodante: Act 2. Recit: Andiam, fidi, al consiglio
Ariodante: Act 2. Aria: Invida sorte
Ariodante: Act 2. Aria: Mi palpita il core
Ariodante: Act 2. Recit: Stà lieta, oh Principessa
Ariodante: Act 2. Recit: Mio Rè
Ariodante: Act 2. Aria: Il tuo sangue
Ariodante: Act 2. Recit: Quante sventure
Ariodante: Act 2. Accomp: A me impudica?
Ariodante: Act 2. Aria: Il mio crudel martoro
Ariodante: Act 2. Ballo: Entrée des Songes agréables
Ariodante: Act 2. Ballo: Entrée des Songes funestes
Ariodante: Act 2. Ballo: Entrée des Songes agréables effrayés - Combat des Songes funestes et agréables
Ariodante: Act 2. Accomp: Che vidi?
Ariodante: Act 1 (alt. track 9). Arioso: Se tanto piace al cor
Ariodante: Act 1 (alt. track 12). Recit: Andiam, fidi, al consiglio
Ariodante: Act 1 (alt. track 13). Aria: Più contento e più felice
Ariodante: Act 2 (alt. track 21). Ballo: Entrée de' Mori
Ariodante: Act 2 (alt. track 23). Ballo: (Rondeau)
Ariodante: Act 3. Sinfonia - Aria: Numi! lasciarmi vivere
Ariodante: Act 3. Recit: Perfidi! io son tradita!
Ariodante: Act 3. Aria: Cieca notte
Ariodante: Act 3. Recit: Ingrato Polinesso!
Ariodante: Act 3. Aria: Neghittosi or voi
Ariodante: Act 3. Recit: Sire; deh! non negare
Ariodante: Act 3. Aria: Dover, giustizia, amor
Ariodante: Act 3. Recit: Or venga a me la figlia
Ariodante: Act 3. Aria: Io ti bacio
Ariodante: Act 3. Recit: Figlia, da dubbia sorte
Ariodante: Act 3. Aria: Al sen ti stringo e parto
Ariodante: Act 3. Recit: Così mi lascia il padre?
Ariodante: Act 3. Aria: Si, morrò
Ariodante: Act 3. Sinfonia
Ariodante: Act 3. Recit: Arrida il Cielo
Ariodante, HWV 33: Act III, Aria, "Dopo notte, atra e funesta" (Ariodante)
Ariodante: Act 3. Recit: Dalinda! ecco risorge
Ariodante: Act 3. Duetto: Dite spera, e son contento
Ariodante: Act 3. Recit: Da dubbia infausta sorte
Ariodante: Act 3. Arioso: Manca, oh Dei!
Ariodante: Act 3. Sinfonia
Ariodante: Act 3. Recit: Figlia, innocente figlia!
Ariodante: Act 3. Duetto: Bramo aver mille vite
Ariodante: Act 3. Coro: Ogn'uno acclami
Ariodante: Act 3. Ballo:
Ariodante: Act 3. Ballo: (Rondeau)
Ariodante: Act 3. Ballo: (Andante allegro)
Overture
Act I: Shake the cloud from off your brow - Banish sorrow
Act I: Ah! Belinda
Act I: Grief increases by concealing - When monarchs unite
Act I: Fear no danger to ensue
Act I: See, your Royal Guest appears - Cupid only throws
Act I: Pursue thy conquest, Love
Act I: To the hills and the vales - The Triumphing Dance
Act II: Prelude - Wayward sisters - Harm's our delight
Act II: Ruin'd ere the set of sun?
Act II: But ere we this perform
Act II: In our deep vaulted cell - Echo Dance of Furies
Act II: Ritornelle
Act II: Thanks to these lonesome vales
Act II: Oft she visits this lov'd mountain
Act II: Behold, upon my bending spear
Act II: Haste, haste to town
Act II: Stay, Prince - Jove's commands
Act II: Ritornelle
Act III: Prelude - Come away, fellow sailors
Act III: The Sailor's Dance
Act III: See the flags
Act III: Our next Motion - Destruction's our delight
Act III: The Witches' Dance
Act III: Your counsel all is urged in vain
Act III: Great minds against themselves conspire
Act III: With drooping wings ye Cupids Come
Act III, Thy hand, Belinda / When I am laid in earth (Dido)
La Resurrezione, HWV 47: Part I, Sonata
La Resurrezione, HWV 47: Part I, Scene 1: Disserratevi, o porte d'Averno
La Resurrezione, HWV 47: Part I, Scene 1: Qual'insolita luce
La Resurrezione, HWV 47: Part I, Scene 1: Caddi, è ver
La Resurrezione, HWV 47: Part I, Scene 1: Ma che veggio?
La Resurrezione, HWV 47: Part I, Scene 1: Chi sei?
La Resurrezione, HWV 47: Part I, Scene 1: D'Amor fu consiglio
La Resurrezione, HWV 47: Part I, Scene 1: E ben, questo tuo Nume
La Resurrezione, HWV 47: Part I, Scene 1: O voi, dell'Erebo
La Resurrezione, HWV 47: Part I, Scene 2: Notte, notte funesta
La Resurrezione, HWV 47: Part I, Scene 2: Ferma l'ali
La Resurrezione, HWV 47: Part I, Scene 2: Concedi, o Maddalena
La Resurrezione, HWV 47: Part I, Scene 2: Piangete, sì, piangete
La Resurrezione, HWV 47: Part I, Scene 2: Ahi, dolce mio Signore
La Resurrezione, HWV 47: Part I, Scene 2: Dolci chiodi, amate spine
La Resurrezione, HWV 47: Part I, Scene 2: O Cleofe, o Maddalena
La Resurrezione, HWV 47: Part I, Scene 2: Quando è parto dell'affetto
La Resurrezione, HWV 47: Part I, Scene 2: Ma dinne, e sarà vero
La Resurrezione, HWV 47: Part I, Scene 2: Naufragando va per l'onde
La Resurrezione, HWV 47: Part I, Scene 2: Itene pure, o fide
La Resurrezione, HWV 47: Part I, Scene 2: Così la tortorella
La Resurrezione, HWV 47: Part I, Scene 2: Se Maria dunque spera
La Resurrezione, HWV 47: Part I, Scene 2: Ho un non so che nel cor
La Resurrezione, HWV 47: Part I, Scene 3: Uscite pure, uscite
La Resurrezione, HWV 47: Part I, Scene 3: Il Nume vincitor
La Resurrezione, HWV 47: Part II, Introduction
La Resurrezione, HWV 47: Part II, Scene 1: Di quai nuovi portenti
La Resurrezione, HWV 47: Part II, Scene 1: Ecco il sol, ch'esce dal mare
La Resurrezione, HWV 47: Part II, Scene 2: Risorga il mondo
La Resurrezione, HWV 47: Part II, Scene 2: Di rabbia indarno freme
La Resurrezione, HWV 47: Part II, Scene 2: Misero! ho pure udito?
La Resurrezione, HWV 47: Part II, Scene 2: Perché al Ciel pria non torna
La Resurrezione, HWV 47: Part II, Scene 2: O come cieco il tuo furor delira!
La Resurrezione, HWV 47: Part II, Scene 3: Per me già di morire
La Resurrezione, HWV 47: Part II, Scene 4: Vedo il Ciel che più sereno
La Resurrezione, HWV 47: Part II, Scene 4: Cleofe, siam giunte al luogo
La Resurrezione, HWV 47: Part II, Scene 4: Se per colpa di donna infelice
La Resurrezione, HWV 47: Part II, Scene 4: Del ciglio dolente
La Resurrezione, HWV 47: Part II, Scene 4: Augelletti, ruscelletti
La Resurrezione, HWV 47: Part II, Scene 5: Dove sì frettolosi
La Resurrezione, HWV 47: Part II, Scene 5: Caro Figlio!
La Resurrezione, HWV 47: Part II, Scene 5: Cleofe, Giovanni, udite
La Resurrezione, HWV 47: Part II, Scene 5: Se impassibile, immortale
La Resurrezione, HWV 47: Part II, Scene 5: Diasi lode in Cielo, in terra