Skip to content

Classic Rock

9 thoughts on “ Air (Angel): Happy, Iphis, Shalt Thou Live - Handel* - Jephtha (CD)

  1. CD: 2 George Frideric Handel Jephtha () - Act Two 1. Symphony. 2. Recitative (Iphis): Hail, glorious conqueror. 3. Air (Iphis) and Chorus of Virgins: Welcome as the cheerful light Air (Angel): Happy, Iphis, shalt thou live. Arioso (Jephtha): For ever blessed be Thy holy name. Chorus of Priests: Theme.
  2. 6 Jephtha Rise, Jephtha, and ye rev'rend priests (Recitative - Angel), Happy, Iphis, shalt thou live (Air - Angel) 7 Jephtha For ever blessed be Thy holy name (Air - Jephtha) 8 Jephtha Theme sublime of endless praise (Chorus of Israelites) 9 Jephtha Let me congratulate this happy turn (Recitative - Zebul), Laud her, all ye virgin train (Air.
  3. Georg Frideric Handel: Jeptha: Act 3: Scene 1: Air: Happy, Iphis, shalt thou live (Angel) 10 Georg Frideric Handel: Jeptha: Act 3: Scene 1: Arioso: For ever blessed be (Jephtha).
  4. As Jephtha lifts the sacrificial knife however, heavenly music is heard and an angel appears, declaring that human sacrifice is not pleasing to God. Iphis must be dedicated to God's service and stay a virgin through life, but she will live (Air:Happy, Iphis shalt thou live). The priests praise God's mercy (Chorus:Theme sublime of endless praise).
  5. Georg Friedrich Handel: Jeptha (classical music album) - Play streams in full or download MP3 from Classical Archives (nolcisojequaremuhypjoymindnady.coinfo), the largest and .
  6. Recitative and Accompagnato (Iphis): Such news flies swift 1'28 Air (Iphis): Happy they 3'06 Accompagnato (Jephtha): Deeper, and deeper still 3'02 Chorus: How dark, O Lord, are Thy decrees 8'31 Act Three Scene 1 Accompagnato (Jephtha): Hide thou thy hated beams 2'21 Air (Jephtha): Waft her, angels 4'32 Recitative (Iphis): Ye sacred priests 0'
  7. Jephtha () was Handel's last oratorio. It does not have quite the dramatic sweep of Messiah or Israel in Egypt, but it contains many moments equal to anything in nolcisojequaremuhypjoymindnady.coinfo include the choruses, several of which are among the most dramatically effective fugues ever composed.
  8. Jephtha, HWV Act III Scene 1: Air: Happy, Iphis, shalt thou live (Angel), a song by George Frideric Handel, Markus Schäfer, Miriam Meyer, Britta Schwarz, Patrick Van Goethem, Gotthold Schwarz, Birte Kulawik, Kammerchor der Frauenkirche Dresden, Dresden Baroque Orchestra, Matthias Gruenert on .
  9. nolcisojequaremuhypjoymindnady.coinfo is a completely virtual record label and a secure online store open 7 days a week, days a year. Customers and visitors can download classical music in high quality FLAC or MP3 and find out more about classical music.

Leave a Comment