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Allegro
Georg Friedrich Händel Lyrics


We have lyrics for 'Allegro' by these artists:

ACIDMAN 最初に気付いたのは ある坂の上だった 薄く靄がかった 街の息が止まり 無情に流れる 流れは妙に早く 真ん中でひ…
Anna Holbling Lady Madonna, children at your feet Wonder how you manage t…
Chancho En Piedra Desde que comencé a vivir Me di cuenta que no era…
Mekong Delta [out of "Symphony Nr. 10" by Dimitri Schostakowitsch]…

We have lyrics for these tracks by Georg Friedrich Händel:

Arrival of the Queen of Sheba Şu hercai hayata bir kere geldik Yedik içtik doyduk kalktık …
Behold the Lamb of God Behold the Lamb of God, that taketh away the sin…
For Unto Us a Child Is Born For unto us a Child is born, unto us a…
Lascia ch'io pianga Lascia ch'io pianga mia cruda sorte, E che sospiri la libert…

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Most interesting comment from YouTube:

Ed Nimed

it is there 44:29 : 19. Air
L'Allegro (tenor or soprano)
Let me wander, not unseen
By hedge-row elms, on hillocks green.
There the ploughman, near at hand,
Whistles over the furrow'd land,
And the milkmaid singeth blithe,
And the mower whets his scythe,
And every shepherd tells his tale
Under the hawthorn in the dale.



All comments from YouTube:

Morgan McDonald

Does anyone know who that flautist is? I checked the Harvard Baroque Ensemble but their core group is only strings and continuo. A guest player, possibly?

Francette Vigneron

(1:11:22) "Me, when the sun begins to fling" followed by the aria "Hide me from the garish eye" is the most beautiful melody ever composed by Haendel. The lyrics are sublime too.

Leonor Chaves

Great musicians, great singers.Howling Handel !

Eda Key

51:49 !!! Incredible

ldiatone

Bravo!!

Ian Ramsay

Jennens' Ode borrowing from Milton's better known "L'allegro" and "Il Penseroso" adds Moderation to the mix liking neither the excesses of Milton's Mirth nor Contemplation. Handel adds humor and beauty to the entire enterprise. He also produces one of his most sublime and beautiful pieces in #45. This is, in my opinion, one of the most wonderful pieces of vocal music ever composed. It is a most satisfying blend of text and music to define the hope of the Age of Enlightenment. Unfortunately, in this much-abridged performance, this piece is missing. May I recommend you find "As steals the morn" elsewhere on Youtube. There are several fine renditions. (Kenneth Montgomery • Netherlands Radio Philharmonic, 2008 on Youtube presents a more complete recording.) One could only wish that such a sentiment would be reborn in the 21st century.

Maestralala

You are mistaken. "As steals the morns" (sop/tenor duet) has not been omitted from this performance. It begins at 1:20:00.

SimonidArts

Bravi!!!

lux sol

This brilliant,polished rendition must be one of the best available. This work is not one of my personal favourites as I have always felt that,somehow,Handel was left-"struggling"- with the extremely long lines of text in this poem. But,my personal view of this work does not detract from the excellence of this performance.

Ed Nimed

it is there 44:29 : 19. Air
L'Allegro (tenor or soprano)
Let me wander, not unseen
By hedge-row elms, on hillocks green.
There the ploughman, near at hand,
Whistles over the furrow'd land,
And the milkmaid singeth blithe,
And the mower whets his scythe,
And every shepherd tells his tale
Under the hawthorn in the dale.

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