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ACT ONE


1.- Overture

Scene 1

(Solomon, Zadok, Priests...)

2.- Chorus

CHORUS OF PRIESTS
Your harps and cymbals sound
to great Jehovah’s praise;
unto the Lord of Hosts
your willing voices raise.

3.- Air

LEVITE
Praise ye the Lord for all his mercies past,
whose truth, whose justice will for ever last.

4.- Chorus

PRIESTS
With pious heart, and holy tongue,
resound your Maker’s name,
till distant nations catch the song,
and glow with holy flame.

5.- Accompagnato

SOLOMON
Almighty pow’r, who rull’st the earth and skies,
and bade gay order form confusion rise;
whose gracious hand
reliev’d Thy slave distress’d,
with splendour cloath’d me,
and with knowledge bless’d:
Thy finish’d Temple with Thy presence grace,
and shed Thy heav’nly glories o’er the place.

6.- Recitative

ZADOK
Imperial Solomon, thy pray’rs are heard.
See, from the op’ning skies
descending flames involve the sacrifice;
and lo! within the sacred dome
that gleamy light,
profusely bright,
declares the Lord of Hosts is come.

7.- Air

Sacred raptures cheer my breast,
rushing tides of hallow’d zeal,
joys too fierce to be express’d,
in this swelling heart I feel.

Warm enthusiastic fires
in my panting boson roll,
hope of bliss, that ne’er expires,
dawns upon my ravish’d soul.

8.- Chorus

CHORUS OF ISRAELITES
Throughout the land Jehovah’s praise record,
for full of pow’r and mercy is the Lord.

9.- Recitative

SOLOMON
Bless’d be the Lord, who look’d with gracious eyes
upon His vassals’ humble sacrifice,
and has with an approving smile
my work o’erpaid, and grac’d the pile.

10.- Air

What though I trace each herb and flow’r,
that drink the morning dew,
did I not own Jehovah’s pow’r,
how vain were all I knew.

Say what’s the rest but empty boast,
the pedant’s idle claim,
who having all the substance lost
attempts to grasp a name.

Scene 2

(The previous and the Queen)

11.- Recitative

SOLOMON
And see my Queen, my wedded love,
you soon my tenderness shall prove;
a palace shall erect its head,
of cedar built, with gold bespread;
methinks the work is now begun,
the axe resounds on Lebanon,
and see, bedeck’d with canvas wings,
the dancing vessel lightly springs,
while Ophir’s mines, well pleas’d, disclose
the wealth that in their entrails glows.

12.- Air

QUEEN
Bless’d the day when first my eyes
saw the wisest of the wise!
Bless’d the day when I was led
to ascend the nuptial bed!

But completely bless’d the day,
on my bosom as he lay,
when he call’d my charms divine,
vowing to be only mine.

13.- Recitative

SOLOMON
Thou fair inhabitant of Nile,
rejoice thy lover with a smile!

QUEEN
Oh monarch, with each virtue bless’d,
the brightest star that gilds the east:
no joy I know beneath the sun,
but what’s compris’d in Solomon.
With thee, how quickly fled the winter’s night,
and short is summer’s length of light.

14.- Duet

QUEEN
Welcome as the dawn of day
to the pilgrim on his way,
whom the darkness caus’d to stray,
is my lovely King to me.

SOLOMON
Myrtle grove, or rosy shade,
breathing odours through the glade
to refresh the village maid,
yields in sweets, my queen, to thee.

15. Recitative

ZADOK
Vain are the transient beauties of the face,
Where virtue fails to animate each grace;
Bright and more bright her radiant face appears,
Nor dreads the canker'd tooth of rolling years:
O'er such a partner comfort spreads her wing,
And all our life is one perpetual spring.

16. Air

Indulge thy faith and wedded truth
With the fair partner of thy youth;
She's ever constant, ever kind,
Like the young roe, or loving hind.

17.- Recitative

SOLOMON
My blooming fair, come, come away,
my love admits of no delay.

18.- Air

Haste, haste to the cedar grove,
where fragrant spices bloom,
and am’rous turtles love,
beneath the pleasing gloom,

while tinkling down the hill,
avoiding hateful day,
the little murm’ring rill
in whispers glides away.

19.- Recitative

QUEEN
When thou art absent from my sight,
the court I shun, and loathe the light.

20.- Air

With thee th’unshelter’d moor I’d tread,
nor once of fate complain,
though burning suns flash’d round my head,
and cleav’d the barren plain.

Thy lovely form alone I prize,
‘Tis thou that canst impart
continual pleasure to my eyes,
and gladness to my heart.

21.- Chorus

CHORUS
May no rash intruder disturb their soft hours;
to form fragrant pillows, arise, oh ye flow’rs!
Ye zephirs, soft-breathing, their slumbers prolong,
while nightingales lull them to sleep with their song.
ACT ONE


1.- Overture

Scene 1

(Solomon, Zadok, Priests...)

2.- Chorus

CHORUS OF PRIESTS
Your harps and cymbals sound
to great Jehovah’s praise;
unto the Lord of Hosts
your willing voices raise.

3.- Air

LEVITE
Praise ye the Lord for all his mercies past,
whose truth, whose justice will for ever last.

4.- Chorus

PRIESTS
With pious heart, and holy tongue,
resound your Maker’s name,
till distant nations catch the song,
and glow with holy flame.

5.- Accompagnato

SOLOMON
Almighty pow’r, who rull’st the earth and skies,
and bade gay order form confusion rise;
whose gracious hand
reliev’d Thy slave distress’d,
with splendour cloath’d me,
and with knowledge bless’d:
Thy finish’d Temple with Thy presence grace,
and shed Thy heav’nly glories o’er the place.

6.- Recitative

ZADOK
Imperial Solomon, thy pray’rs are heard.
See, from the op’ning skies
descending flames involve the sacrifice;
and lo! within the sacred dome
that gleamy light,
profusely bright,
declares the Lord of Hosts is come.

7.- Air

Sacred raptures cheer my breast,
rushing tides of hallow’d zeal,
joys too fierce to be express’d,
in this swelling heart I feel.

Warm enthusiastic fires
in my panting boson roll,
hope of bliss, that ne’er expires,
dawns upon my ravish’d soul.

8.- Chorus

CHORUS OF ISRAELITES
Throughout the land Jehovah’s praise record,
for full of pow’r and mercy is the Lord.

9.- Recitative

SOLOMON
Bless’d be the Lord, who look’d with gracious eyes
upon His vassals’ humble sacrifice,
and has with an approving smile
my work o’erpaid, and grac’d the pile.

10.- Air

What though I trace each herb and flow’r,
that drink the morning dew,
did I not own Jehovah’s pow’r,
how vain were all I knew.

Say what’s the rest but empty boast,
the pedant’s idle claim,
who having all the substance lost
attempts to grasp a name.

Scene 2

(The previous and the Queen)

11.- Recitative

SOLOMON
And see my Queen, my wedded love,
you soon my tenderness shall prove;
a palace shall erect its head,
of cedar built, with gold bespread;
methinks the work is now begun,
the axe resounds on Lebanon,
and see, bedeck’d with canvas wings,
the dancing vessel lightly springs,
while Ophir’s mines, well pleas’d, disclose
the wealth that in their entrails glows.

12.- Air

QUEEN
Bless’d the day when first my eyes
saw the wisest of the wise!
Bless’d the day when I was led
to ascend the nuptial bed!

But completely bless’d the day,
on my bosom as he lay,
when he call’d my charms divine,
vowing to be only mine.

13.- Recitative

SOLOMON
Thou fair inhabitant of Nile,
rejoice thy lover with a smile!

QUEEN
Oh monarch, with each virtue bless’d,
the brightest star that gilds the east:
no joy I know beneath the sun,
but what’s compris’d in Solomon.
With thee, how quickly fled the winter’s night,
and short is summer’s length of light.

14.- Duet

QUEEN
Welcome as the dawn of day
to the pilgrim on his way,
whom the darkness caus’d to stray,
is my lovely King to me.

SOLOMON
Myrtle grove, or rosy shade,
breathing odours through the glade
to refresh the village maid,
yields in sweets, my queen, to thee.

15. Recitative

ZADOK
Vain are the transient beauties of the face,
Where virtue fails to animate each grace;
Bright and more bright her radiant face appears,
Nor dreads the canker'd tooth of rolling years:
O'er such a partner comfort spreads her wing,
And all our life is one perpetual spring.

16. Air

Indulge thy faith and wedded truth
With the fair partner of thy youth;
She's ever constant, ever kind,
Like the young roe, or loving hind.

17.- Recitative

SOLOMON
My blooming fair, come, come away,
my love admits of no delay.

18.- Air

Haste, haste to the cedar grove,
where fragrant spices bloom,
and am’rous turtles love,
beneath the pleasing gloom,

while tinkling down the hill,
avoiding hateful day,
the little murm’ring rill
in whispers glides away.

19.- Recitative

QUEEN
When thou art absent from my sight,
the court I shun, and loathe the light.

20.- Air

With thee th’unshelter’d moor I’d tread,
nor once of fate complain,
though burning suns flash’d round my head,
and cleav’d the barren plain.

Thy lovely form alone I prize,
‘Tis thou that canst impart
continual pleasure to my eyes,
and gladness to my heart.

21.- Chorus

CHORUS
May no rash intruder disturb their soft hours;
to form fragrant pillows, arise, oh ye flow’rs!
Ye zephirs, soft-breathing, their slumbers prolong,
while nightingales lull them to sleep with their song.



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