Georg Friedrich Händel / Felicity Palmer Anthony Rolfe Johnson Bachchor Stockholm* • Concentus Musicus Wien Nikolaus Harnoncourt ‎– Ode For St. Cecilia's Day • Cäcilienode • Ode À Sainte Cécile

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Das Alte Werk ‎– PAW 42349, Telefunken ‎– 6.42349 AZ
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Tracklist

Ode For St. Cecilia's Day - "A Song For St. Cecilia's Day"
A1 1. Overture, Larghetto E Staccato - Allegro; Menuet 8:45
A2 2. Recitative (Tenor) "From Harmony, From Heav'nly Harmony"
A3 3. Accompagnato, Larghetto E Piano (Tenor) "When Nature Underneath A Heap"
A4 4. Chorus, Allegro "From Harmony, From Heav'nly Harmony" 3:51
A5 5. Aria, Adagio-Andante (Soprano) "What Passion Cannot Music Raise And Quell!" 8:39
A6 6. Aria (Tenor) - Chorus "The Trumpets Loud Clangor Excites Us To Arms" 3:53
B1 7. March 1:47
B2 8. Aria, Andante (Soprano) "The Soft Complaining Flute" 4:39
B3 9. Aria, Allegro (Tenor) "Sharp Violins Proclaim" 4:30
B4 10. Aria, Larghetto E Mezzo Piano (Soprano) "But Oh! What Art Can Teach" 4:00
B5 11. Aria, Alla Hornpipe (Soprano) "Orpheus Could Lead The Savage Race" 1:47
B6 12. Accompagnato, Largo (Soprano) "But Bright Cecilia Rais'd The Wonder High'r" 0:35
B7 13. Chorus, Grave - Un Poco Più Allegro "As From The Pow'r Of Sacred Lays" 6:59

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Notes

℗ 1978 TELDEC Schallplatten GmbH
Digitally recorded and manufactured using DMM (Trademark of TELDEC).

Made in Portugal

The gate-fold sleeve and back cover contain information regarding the works, performance & song-texts in German, English and Portuguese.
Illustration on the front cover: "Cäcilie mit den Engeln", painting of an unknown Flemish painter from the 17th century (Archiv für Kunst und Geschichte, Berlin).

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1 - on label): 6.42349-01-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2 - on label): 6.42349-01-2
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side 1): C-6.42349-01-1/3
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side 2): C-6.42349-01-2/2
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side 1 & 2 - hand etched): A-B-I/II

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