Henry Purcell - Dido & Aeneas (1995). Исполнители: Dido and Aeneas, Z 626 Written: 1689, England. Performer: Steve Dugardin (Countertenor) Jonathan Arnold (Bass Baritone) Sophie Marin-Degor (Soprano) Véronique Gens (Soprano) Claire Brua (Mezzo Soprano) Sophie Daneman (Soprano) Nathan Berg (Bass Baritone) Jean-Paul Fouchécourt (Tenor). William Christie (Harpsichord) Conductor: William Christie Orchestra, Ensemble: Les Arts Florissants.
Henry Purcell - Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626: Dido's Lament 04:01. Libuše Márová, Czech Radio Symphony Orchestra, Ivan Pařík - Dido and Aeneas,. Act III: "When I Am Laid in Earth" (Dido) 04:23. Henry Purcell - Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626, Act III: "When I Am Laid In Earth" 03:23. Catherine Bott, The Academy of Ancient Music, Christopher Hogwood - "Ah! Belinda. Dido and Aeneas (Henry Purcell) - Our next motion 01:20. Andreas Scholl, Accademia Bizantina, Stefano Montanari - When I Am Laid In Earth - Dido's Lament) 04:04. Felicity Palmer, Raymond Leppard, English Chamber Choir & English Chamber Orchestra - Purcell : Dido & Aeneas : Act 1 "Shake the cloud from off your brow" 01:10. The English Concert, Trevor Pinnock, Anne Sofie von Otter, Lynne Dawson, Sarah Leonard, The English Concert Choir - "Whence could so much virtue spring?"
The Works of Henry Purcell, Vo. II London: Novello, Ewer & C. 1889. Opus/Catalogue NumberOp.
Kermes brings a striking power to the moments that call for it, however, as in her contemptuous dismissal of Aeneas. As Belinda, York sings with a clear, bright tone and infectious energy. Aeneas is not a role that offers much of an opportunity to shine, but Tiliakos makes the most of it. The New Siberian Singers and Musica Aeterna, both of which Currentzis founded, respond to his demands with performances of stunning virtuosity and intensity
Composed By – Henry Purcell. Contralto Vocals – Helen Watts. Coordinator – Patricia Goerke. Engineer – Mario Mizzaro. Harpsichord – Harold Lester.
|A||Overture And Act I||27:33|
|B||Act II and Act III||27:09|
- Recorded At – Wiener Konzerthaus
- Artwork – Joseph Low
- Baritone Vocals [Aeneas] – Maurice Bevan
- Choir – Oriana Concert Choir*
- Composed By – Henry Purcell
- Conductor, Score Editor [Edition Prepared By] – Alfred Deller
- Contralto Vocals [The Sorceress] – Helen Watts
- Harpsichord – Harold Lester
- Orchestra – Oriana Concert Orchestra
- Producer, Executive-Producer – Seymour Solomon
- Soprano Vocals [Belinda, First Witch, First Attendant Woman] – Honor Sheppard
- Soprano Vocals [Dido] – Mary Thomas
- Soprano Vocals [Second Witch And Second Attendant Woman] – Ellen Dales
- Tenor Vocals [Spirit And Sailor] – Robert Tear
NotesAustralian WRC pressing, sourced from original stampers and featuring unique sleeve art. Issued again in May 1979 - pressing variations, if any, unknown. Not issued in other formats.
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|BG-664||Henry Purcell||Dido And Aeneas (LP, Album)||The Bach Guild||BG-664||US||1964|
|HM 46||Henry Purcell||Dido And Aeneas (LP, Album)||The Bach Guild||HM 46||UK||1976|
|SRV-279 SD||Henry Purcell||Dido And Aeneas (LP)||Vanguard Everyman Classics||SRV-279 SD||UK||1972|
|HM-46 SD||Henry Purcell||Dido And Aeneas (LP, Album, RE)||The Bach Guild, Vanguard||HM-46 SD||US||1976|
|VALP-41241||Henry Purcell||Dido And Aeneas (LP)||The Bach Guild||VALP-41241||Brazil||1975|