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Heinichen: Diana su l'Elba

Johann David Heinichen
Diana su l'Elba
Edited by Michael Walter
B103
Heinichen: Diana su l'Elba
Full Score (2000)
978-0-89579-453-6
9x12, xxi + 94 pp.

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B103R
Rental Parts (2014)
Set of 20 parts: 2200 3000 33221 coro, errata
Diana su l’Elba is one of two serenatas that Johann David Heinichen composed for the famous celebration of the wedding of the German prince Friedrich August III and the Austrian archduchess Maria Josepha in September 1719, this one performed on a ship in the Elba to inaugurate one of the hunts that took place. The music contains features found in Venetian music of the day that was popular at the Dresden court. This serenata demonstrates Heinichen's brilliant and sometimes spectacular style of composition at the time he was emerging as the leading composer at the Dresden court.
No. 1. Sonata
No. 2. Coro: "Alto suono"
Recitative (Diana): "Dolce soggiorno"
No. 3. Aria (Diana): "Mille belve dalle selve"
Recitative (Climene): "O qual d'argenteo"
No. 4. Aria (Climene): "Così sorgea la dea de' cori"
Recitative (Dafne): "Ingiuriose è il paragon"
No. 5. Aria (Dafne): "Bella è Cintia"
Recitative (Nisa): "Di Venere, e d'Amor sì ben ragioni"
No. 6. Aria (Nisa): "Languido al par del guardo"
Recitative (Alcippe): "Se lo credessi"
No. 7. Aria (Alcippe): "Dove profonda più corre l'onda"
Recitative (Climene/Diana): "Tu, che nel cor mi vedi"
No. 8. Aria (Climene): "Questo mio fallo innocente"
Recitative (Diana): "Oggi il tuo zel"
No. 9. Coro (and Diana): "Su snidate su forzate"
Michael Talbot, Music & Letters, 2002
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