Eccles, Eagles, John
* vermutlich um 1668 in London
† 12. Jan. 1735 in Hampton Wick
Komponist

Bühnenwerk

I. Masques und Opern

  • Macbeth (William Shakespeare), Masque (1694 London, Dorset Gardens)
  • The Rape of Europa (wahrscheinlich Peter Anthony Motteux), Masque, aufgeführt in John Wilmot's Valentinian (1694 London, Dorset Gardens)
  • The Loves of Mars and Venus (Peter Anthony Motteux), Masque, aufgeführt in Edward Ravenscrofts The Anatomist (Nov. 1696 London, Lincoln's Inn Fields; zusammen mit Gottfried Finger)
  • Hercules (Peter Anthony Motteux), Masque, aufgeführt in Motteux's The Novelty (Juni 1697 London, Lincoln's Inn Fields)
  • A Musical Entertainment ("Joy to the Youthful Pair") Masque, aufgeführt in Ravenscrofts The Italian Husband (Nov. 1697 London, Lincoln's Inn Fields)
  • Ixion (Edward Ravenscroft), Masque, aufgeführt in Ravenscrofts The Italian Husband (Nov. 1697 London, Lincoln's Inn Fields)
  • Europe's Revels for the Peace (of Ryswick) (Peter Anthony Motteux), Masque (Nov. 1697 London, Lincoln's Inn Fields)
  • Rinaldo and Armida (John Dennis), Masque (Nov. 1698 London, Lincoln's Inn Fields)
  • Acis and Galatea (Peter Anthony Motteux), aufgeführt in Motteuxs The Mad Lover (wahrscheinlich Dez. 1700 London, Lincoln's Inn Fields)
  • The Judgment of Paris or The Prize of Music (William Congreve), Masque (März 1701, London, Dorset Gardens)
  • The British Enchanters or No Magic like Love (George Granville nach Philipp Quinault), Masque (Febr. 1706 London, Haymarket)
  • Semele (William Congreve), Masque (1707)
    DETAILS Bild-/Tondokumente
    2003 Anthony Rooley; Florida State University Opera and Early Music Department
    2ndAugur: Christopher Swanson
    3rd Augur: Jeremy Barber
    Apollo: Scott MacLeod
    Athamas: Kathleen Phipps
    Cadmus: Kyle Ferrill
    Chief Priest: Michael Moreno
    Cupids: Diane Coble, Erica Cochran
    Ino: Lee Tayler
    Iris: Barbara Clements
    Juno: Brenda Grau
    Jupiter: Mathew Toberson
    Semele: Leslie Mangrum
    Somnus: Bragi Thor Valsson
    FORUM FRC 9203 (2 CD 117'03)
  • II. Bühnenmusik (Songs, Act Tunes und Dances)

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