Alexanders feast ; or, The power of musick : an ode, wrote in honour of St. Cecilia, by Mr. Dryden ; set to musick by Mr. Handel : with the recitativo's, songs, symphonys and chorus's for voice & instruments ; together with the cantata, duet, and songs, as perform'd at the Theatre Royal, in Covent GardenPublic
Ode with music, describing a banquet held by Alexander the Great and his mistress Thais in the captured Persian city of Persepolis. The music of Timotheus inspires and incites Alexander to burn the city down in revenge for his dead Greek soldiers. For solo vocalists (SSTB), chorus, and orchestra.
- In Collection:
- Call Number: M1530 H35A54 1743
- 1 score (6 unnumbered pages, 193 pages) ; 35 cm
- Alexander's feast
- Power of musick
- 51.50853, -0.12574
- Page 167 missing. List of subscribers on pages 5-6.
- Printed Music
- September 21, 2015
- 600 dpi tiffs; TTI Betterlight scanner; Metadata by M. Gaudet and MT.
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