Brilliant and moving work of prayer and praise.
Early cantatas, the first two graceful and tuneful, the third more dramatic and florid in style.
These include a 'mad song' for an exasperated lover, a magician's incantation, and a drinking song.
Entertaining depiction of an exasperated lover, with many changes of mood and pace.
Opening and closing with a duo, this song includes little solos for each soprano, and a refrain, "we...
Ironic reply to Campra's Les Femmes
Moving and dramatic re-telling of the classical story of the death of Hercules; well written for the...