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Concert programme

Part І

1. Jean-Philippe Rameau. Overture to the opera-ballet Le temple de la gloire (1745)
Performed by the Odessa Opera Orchestra

2. George Frideric Handel. Dardano’s aria from the opera Amadigi di Gaula (1715)
My heart is disturbed with horror and worries. My hated rival is putting it down
Performed by Marina Godulyan

3. George Frideric Handel. Dardano’s aria from the opera Amadigi di Gaula (1715)
I feel pain in my heart and I do not have hope to find relief. Love torments me and my sadness in this suffering has taken peace out of my soul
Performed by Catherina Tsymbalyuk

4. Henry Purcell. Chaconne (Dance for the Chinese man and woman) from the Semi-Opera, The Fairy-Queen (1692)
Performed by the Odessa Opera Orchestra

5. George Frideric Handel. Vitige’s aria from the opera Flavio, re de' Longobardi (Flavio, King of the Lombards) (1723)
Love could be enormous happiness, if jealousy had not turned joy into poison in my heart
Performed by Vladislav Gorai

6. George Frideric Handel. Duet of Antigona and Admeto from the opera Admeto, re di Tessaglia (Admetus, King of Thessaly) (1727)
My soul is my tender Shelter, I cherish you and embrace you. All sufferings are sweet and dear to me when I have found Love! - All sufferings are sweet and dear to me when I have found Love!
Performed by Marina Godulyan and Nadiya Sychuk

7. George Frideric Handel. Antigona’s aria from the opera Admeto, re di Tessaglia (Admetus, King of Thessaly) (1727)
I am telling myself: “Pressed by the grief, you cannot live anymore, Miserable Creature in Love. Even my senses are telling me that these sufferings will stop only when my soul leaves my body”
Performed by Anastasia Golub

8. Jean-Philippe Rameau. Overture to the musical tragedy (Tragédie en musique) Castor et Pollux (1737)
Performed by the Odessa Opera Orchestra

Part ІІ

1. Jean-Philippe Rameau. Overture to Pastorale héroïque Zaïs (1748)
Performed by the Odessa Opera Orchestra

2. George Frideric Handel. Alceste’s aria from the opera Admeto, re di Tessaglia (Admetus, King of Thessaly) (1727)
Yes, my Beloved, I am pressing you against my loving heart and my wounded chest is not tortured by jealousy anymore
Performed by Honoured Artist of Ukraine Irina Berlizova

3. George Frideric Handel. Ariodante’s arioso and duet of Ariodante and Ginevra from the opera Ariodante (1735)
My soul will not know silence until poison kills the one who has hurt me. My soul will not be magnificent and elevated until they take the heart from the chest of my enemy!
Everything is whispering about love on this shore, even herbs and trees are whispering about it…
– My Goddess, my love to you will be eternal !
– My soul will always be true to you !
– You are my Queen and I am your slave !
– Ariodante , can anything be better than this gift of gods?! Your loving soul cannot be my slave as it dominates my heart…
– I cannot believe this happiness!
– Please take my hand and it will be a symbol of my loyalty and cruel Fate will never put off this hot fire

Performed by Nadiya Suchuk and Catherina Tsymbalyuk

4. Henry Purcell. Dido’s Lamento from the opera Dido and Aeneas (1689)
Oh, Belindo, scary doubts are tormenting me and my soul lost my calmness... I am suffering and nobody knows about it... I will bury them in my heart forever
Performed by Inga Martynova

5. George Frideric Handel. Israelitish Woman‘s aria from oratorio Samson (1743)
Lighten up, Seraphim! Blow flames into your Angels’trumpets! And you, Cherubim, touch your eternal harp with golden strings!
Performed by Alyona Kisteneva. Vitaly Buynitsky performs the trumpet solo

6. George Frideric Handel. Serse’s aria from the opera Serse (Xerxes) (1738)
Oh, tender leaves of my favorite platen tree; let the destiny shine on you! Never let lightening and thunders ruin your precious silence, never let a predator bird ruin your purity! Not a single plant can give a richer and cooler shade!
Performed by Oleksandr Shults

7. George Frideric Handel. Alcina’s Aria from the opera Alcina (1735)
Turn to me; my soul wants to love only You! My Sweetheart, my love is giving my heart to you and my love will be true. I will never, never be cruel to You, my Hope!
Performed by Nadiya Sychuk

8. Jean-Baptiste Lully. The Turkish Ceremonial March from the ballet-comedy  Le Bourgeois gentilhomme (The Bourgeois Gentleman or The Middle-Class Aristocrat or The Would-Be Noble) (1670)
Performed by the Odessa Opera Orchestra 


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