8 thoughts on “ Help, Galatea - Handel* - Acis And Galatea (A Masque In Two Acts) (CD, Album)

  • Almost immediately Handel wrote two anthems to be performed in St. Lawrence’s Church at Cannons, and eventually completed 10 anthems known now as the ‘Chandos Anthems’. He also wrote music for private performances, including Acis and Galatea and Esther, the first English oratorio.
  • Sep 02,  · ACIS and GALATEA, A Masque in Two Acts, HWV 49b performed by Kym Amps, soprano (Galatea) Robin Doveton, tenor (Acis) Angus Davidson, countertenor (Damon) David van Asch, bass (Polyphemus) The Scholars Baroque Ensemble (on period instruments) David van Asch, dir. Recorded: All Saints' Church, East Finchley, 9/ TT: 79'35''.
  • Handel: Acis and Galatea Recorded during the same sessions as BEMF’s GRAMMY-winning CD of Charpentier’s Orphée, Acis and Galatea features the original chamber version of Handel’s cherished pastoral opera.
  • The official website for Mark Morris' production of Handel's Acis and Galatea, arranged by Mozart.
  • Info for Handel - Acis and Galatea. Handels pastoral opera is a tale of love, tragedy and liberation. The libretto by John Gay, based on Ovids Metamorphoses (book XIII), tells of the eternal love between the mortal shepherd Acis and goddess Galatea and how it is doomed by the jealous cyclops Polyphemus.
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  • Handel* / Joan Sutherland, Peter Pears, David Galliver, Owen Brannigan, St. Anthony Singers, Philomusica Of London, Sir Adrian Boult - Acis And Galatea ‎ (2xLP, Album, Gat) Argo (2) /5(5).
  • Handel composed Acis and Galatea in , while house composer for James Brydges, the Earl of Carnarvon. It was not intended for the London stage, but for Cannons, the extravagant estate that Brydges was having built near Edgware, Middlesex.

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