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Jennifer Lane, Mezzo Soprano
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Mezzo-soprano Jennifer Lane is recognized internationally for her stunning interpretations of repertoire ranging from the early baroque to that of today's composers. She has appeared at many of the most distinguished festivals and concert series worldwide, with conductors William Christie, Nicholas McGegan, Andrew Parrott, Howard Arman, Marc Minkowski, Helmut Rilling, Robert Shaw and Michael Tilson Thomas. Ms. Lane has performed in opera and concert with the Tanglewood Festival, Boston Early ...
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Handel: Theodora, HWV 68 N/A
Conductor: Richard Egarr
Recording Date: Sun 28 Jun 2009
These are selections from a LIVE recording. Ruben Valenzuela, Music Director.
Act I - Overture (5:20) N/A
Act I - Scene 1 - Tis Diocletian's natal day (0:36) N/A
Act I - Scene 1 - Go, my faithful soldier, go (2:08) N/A
Act I - Scene 1 - And draw a blessing down (2:10) N/A
Act I - Scene 1 - Racks, gibbets, sword and fire (3:32) N/A
Act I - Scene 1 - For ever thus stands fixed the doom (1:45) N/A
Act I - Scene 2 - I know thy virtues, and ask not thy faith (0:46) N/A
Act I - Scene 2 - Descend, kind pity, heav'nly guest (7:22) N/A
Act I - Scene 3 - Come, mighty Father, mighty Lord (2:49) N/A
Act I - Scene 4 - As with rosy steps the morn (5:52) N/A
Act I - Scene 4 - All pow'r in Heav'n above or earth beneath (2:34) N/A
Act I - Scene 5 - Angels, ever bright and fair (3:06) N/A
Act II - Scene 1 - Ye men of Antioch, with solemn pomp (0:38) N/A
Act II - Scene 1 - Queen of summer, queen of love (0:58) N/A
Act II - Scene 1 - Return, Septimius, to the stubborn maid (0:36) N/A
Act II - Scene 1 - Venus laughing from the skies (1:31) N/A
Act II - Scene 2 - Symphony (0:57) N/A
Act II - Scene 2 - O thou bright sun! How sweet thy rays (0:39) N/A
Act II - Scene 2 - With darkness deep, as is my woe (5:15) N/A
Act II - Scene 3 - Though the honours that Flora and Venus receive (3:52) N/A
Act II - Scene 3 - Deeds of kindness to display (5:12) N/A
Act II - Scene 4 - The clouds begin to veil the hemisphere (0:40) N/A
Act II - Scene 4 - Defend her, Heav'n! (4:35) N/A
Act II - Scene 5 - Or lull'd with grief, or rapt her soul to Heav'n (0:24) N/A
Act II - Scene 5 - Sweet rose and lily, flow'ry form (2:44) N/A
Act II - Scene 5 - Forbid it, Heav'n!; Ah! What is liberty; Fear not for me; Yes, kind deliverer; Farewell (1:29) N/A
Act II - Scene 5 - To thee, thou glorious son of worth; To thee, whose virtues suit thy birth (4:57) N/A
Act II - Scene 6 - Tis night, but night's sweet blessing is denied (0:40) N/A
Act II - Scene 6 - He saw the lovely youth, death's early prey (4:24) N/A
Act III - Scene 1 - Lord, to Thee each night and day (5:18) N/A
Act III - Scene 3 - Whither, Princess, do you fly; No, no, Irene, no (1:29) N/A
Act III - Scene 5 - Be that my doom; Dwells there such (0:25) N/A
Act III - Scene 5 - From virtue springs each gen'rous deed (5:47) N/A
Act III - Scene 5 - Cease, ye slaves, your fruitless pray'r (1:10) N/A
Act III - Scene 5 - How strange their ends, and yet how glorious (3:31) N/A
Act III - Scene 6 - And must such; Such useful valour; Destroy'd, alas; Yet deem us not unhappy (0:56) N/A
Act III - Scene 6 - Streams of pleasure ever flowing; Thither let our hearts aspire (5:35) N/A
Act III - Scene 7 - Ere this, their doom is past (0:21) N/A
Act III - Scene 7 - O love divine, thou source of fame (3:05) N/A
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jenniferlane 5:01 PM - 15 Sep 2009 | Applause: 0
It is great to see these live performances up and available to people. Please also visit www.jenniferlanemezzosoprano.com for more youtubes and mp3!
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