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  • Composer: Handel
  • Audio CD (June 1 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 3
  • Format: Box set
  • Label: Ncl
  • Run Time: 180.00 minutes
  • ASIN: B00004GLLQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #370,955 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Disc: 1
1. Part I: Son Dell'Overtura, HWV 46a: (Allegro) - Adagio - (Allegro) - Barockorchester Frankfurt/Joachim Carlos Martini
2. Part I: No.1 Chor And Soloists: Only To Delight Our Heart Aspires, And Ever Happy, Joy And... - Junge Kantorei/Barockorchester Frankfurt/Joachim Carlos Martini
3. Part I: No.2 Recitative: When I See My Image in The Glass I Wish It Were Carved Not In Fragile... - Claron McFadden
4. Part I: No.3 Aria: Andante: Faithful Mirror, in You I Dream Of The Splendour Of My Years, Yet One... - Claron McFadden
5. Part I: No.4 Recitative: I, Who Am Pleasure, Swear That You Will Always Be Beautiful - Elisabeth Scholl/Claron McFadden
6. Part I: No.5 Aria: Andante: A Dark Spirit And Black Sorrow Never Come Singly, For One Alone... - Elisabeth Scholl
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Disc: 2
1. Part I: Interlude: No.20 Con (Andante Allegro) - Barockorchester Frankfurt/Joachim Carlos Martini
2. Part I: Interlude: No.21 Soloists And Chor: Andante Allegro: To Live And Not To Love, To Love and... - Claron McFadden/Elisabeth Scholl/Nicholas Hariades/Peer Abilgaard
3. Part I: Interlude: Sinf: Allegro - Barockorchester Frankfurt/Joachim Carlos Martini
4. Part II: No.23 Recitative: This Is My Palace, Here You See Me in Various Forms: Crowned W. Roses... - Elisabeth Scholl
5. Part II: No.24 Sonatina: Allegro - Presto - Barockorchester Frankfurt/Joachim Carlos Martini
6. Part II: No.25 Sonatina: (Adagio-Andante) - Barockorchester Frankfurt/Joachim Carlos Martini
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Disc: 3
1. Part III: No.52 Sinf: Andante: Da Capo. - Barockorchester Frankfurt/Joachim Carlos Martini
2. Part III: No.53 Recitative: in The Palace Where Pleasure Resides Lies A Fair Garden. There A Dark... - Claron McFadden/Peer Abilgaard
3. Part III: No.54 Aria: Allegro: Leave The Thorn, Pluck The Rose, You Go Seeking Your Own Sorrow... - Elisabeth Scholl
4. Part III: No.54a Sarabande: Improvisation (Almira, Hamburg 1704, HWV 1/4) - Barockorchester Frankfurt/Joachim Carlos Martini
5. Part III: No.54b Aria: Sarabande: Leave The Thorn, Etc. (Il Trionfo Del Tempo E Del Disinganno...) - Elisabeth Scholl
6. Part III: No.55 Recitative: W. Notes Too Clear Truth Calls Me. Courteous Disillusion... - Claron McFadden/Peer Abilgaard
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Handel: Il Trionfo del Tempo e della Verita (HWV 46b)

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I hesitated to buy this recording of Handel's First oratario. The reason, is because the conductor does not do a good job on picking good handel singers. This recording diminishes all the stuff I said about him. The two sopranos are really great, especially Claron Mcfadden. the two Sopranos have a very good lyric tone. the two altos, are Counter-tenors that are pretty new. The Orchestra playing is very crisp and clean. It is on Original Instruments. The chorus is very good, but there Italian is a little off. The music is , as usual, good and beautiful. Handel really shows his genius and his technicall difficulty in the organ concerti in the Interlude and the organ concerti before the las number. I wonder why Handel put instrumental music in this Oratario. The Oratario lasto 3hours falt, and the music is really great. I am very sorry to inform the reviewer before me, but his recording is from a second version in 1737 not 1707! Buy this recording the music is great and the recording is good to.
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En ésta obra de juventud de George Frideric Handel (compuesta a los 23 años), ya podemos apreciar muchas de sus asombrosas cualidades que en los años futuros Handel iría desarrollando en forma magistral. Il Trionfo del Tempo e della Verità, fue compuesta en el período que Handel vivía en Italia, antes de su traslado definitivo a Inglaterra. En éste periodo Handel aprendió mucho de los grandes maestros italianos sobre todo de Corelli y A. Scarlatti, asimismo fascinó a las audiencias italianas con su extraordinario talento, sobre todo con su hermosa Opera Agrippina. Lo más hermoso del Trionfo es su famosa aria Lascia la spina, que actualmente se la interpreta mucho en los recitales de canto (La versión de Cecilia Bartoli, es especialmente buena).
Con referencia a la interpretación de Joachim Martini, podemos decir que es acertada, con un trabajo dedicado de los solistas.
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I used to be somehow reluctant to buy early music by Handel, because ,it seemed to me, that the maturity of his art was found at a latter period of his life. However, I was gladly impressed to hear the music of this early oratorio, composed during his staying in Italy when he was in his 20's. This secular oratorio has charming melodies, which express the contrasting feelings expected in barroque music.I recognized melodies from Agrippina as well as from Clori Tirsi & Fileno, which were in fact some of my favorites from these particular Opera and cantata.As far as the singers these can boast being gifted with all the virtuasity required to sing Handel, and give the great value to this Oratorio.I highly recoment it to all Barroque, and particularly Handel lovers.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0xa1afe984) out of 5 stars 6 reviews
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa19df3e4) out of 5 stars A great Second version of Il trionfo. Aug. 20 2000
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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I hesitated to buy this recording of Handel's First oratario. The reason, is because the conductor does not do a good job on picking good handel singers. This recording diminishes all the stuff I said about him. The two sopranos are really great, especially Claron Mcfadden. the two Sopranos have a very good lyric tone. the two altos, are Counter-tenors that are pretty new. The Orchestra playing is very crisp and clean. It is on Original Instruments. The chorus is very good, but there Italian is a little off. The music is , as usual, good and beautiful. Handel really shows his genius and his technicall difficulty in the organ concerti in the Interlude and the organ concerti before the las number. I wonder why Handel put instrumental music in this Oratario. The Oratario lasto 3hours falt, and the music is really great. I am very sorry to inform the reviewer before me, but his recording is from a second version in 1737 not 1707! Buy this recording the music is great and the recording is good to.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa19df84c) out of 5 stars A true masterpiece....performed beautifully. Sept. 11 2006
By William - Published on Amazon.com
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All things considered, this recording stacks up rather well. Very well infact. It is uproariously grand, and in it's Italian flamboyancy, shows off Handel's brilliance marvellously. I am familiar with neither conductor nor choir, but what a sound they create!

I find the inclusion of various instrumental interludes fascinating. These pieces are gems, and far from being mere 'fillers', they create their own 'stage', projecting a solidness and sure-footedness that only Handel had.

This really is remarkable music, performed beautifully. That being said, I recommend it whole-heartedly as a true masterpiece of both composition and performance.
6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa19df870) out of 5 stars Italian Oratorio in London July 7 2000
By Gabriel R. Sandoval - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I used to be somehow reluctant to buy early music by Handel, because ,it seemed to me, that the maturity of his art was found at a latter period of his life. However, I was gladly impressed to hear the music of this early oratorio, composed during his staying in Italy when he was in his 20's. This secular oratorio has charming melodies, which express the contrasting feelings expected in barroque music.I recognized melodies from Agrippina as well as from Clori Tirsi & Fileno, which were in fact some of my favorites from these particular Opera and cantata.As far as the singers these can boast being gifted with all the virtuasity required to sing Handel, and give the great value to this Oratorio.I highly recoment it to all Barroque, and particularly Handel lovers.
4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa19dfb88) out of 5 stars Handel en Italia April 14 2001
By Francisco J. Muñoz - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
En ésta obra de juventud de George Frideric Handel (compuesta a los 23 años), ya podemos apreciar muchas de sus asombrosas cualidades que en los años futuros Handel iría desarrollando en forma magistral. Il Trionfo del Tempo e della Verità, fue compuesta en el período que Handel vivía en Italia, antes de su traslado definitivo a Inglaterra. En éste periodo Handel aprendió mucho de los grandes maestros italianos sobre todo de Corelli y A. Scarlatti, asimismo fascinó a las audiencias italianas con su extraordinario talento, sobre todo con su hermosa Opera Agrippina. Lo más hermoso del Trionfo es su famosa aria Lascia la spina, que actualmente se la interpreta mucho en los recitales de canto (La versión de Cecilia Bartoli, es especialmente buena).
Con referencia a la interpretación de Joachim Martini, podemos decir que es acertada, con un trabajo dedicado de los solistas.
HASH(0xa19dfcb4) out of 5 stars Great performance April 8 2016
By Nicola Iannello - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I am not an expert, but I enjoyed this performance. "Lascia la spina, cogli la rosa" is sung in a really moving and breathtaking way.



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