Armida, Hob.XXVIII:12 - Act 2, Scene 12: 'Odio furor, dispetto'

Joseph Haydn

Performers : Théophile Alexandre & Quatuor Zaïde

Level : Intermediate

Pitch : 442Hz

Available movements

About :Sent by the Prince of Darkness to seduce the Christians of the First Crusade, the sorceress Armida falls in love with Rinaldo and spares him. Rinaldo destroys the myrrh tree, source of her powers and abandons her. This aria, arranged for countertenor and string quartet, is taken from the album No(s) Dames, released by NoMadMusic.

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