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Nancy Argenta

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Nancy Maureen Argenta (born Nancy Maureen Herbison on January 17, 1957) is a Canadian soprano singer, best known for performing music from the pre-classical era. She has won international acclaim, and is considered by many as the leading Handel soprano ...

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Nancy Maureen Argenta (born Nancy Maureen Herbison on January 17, 1957) is a Canadian soprano singer, best known for performing music from the pre-classical era. She has won international acclaim, and is considered by many as the leading Handel soprano of her time.

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Der Hirt auf dem Felsen for voice, clarinet and piano (D.965)
Der Hirt auf dem Felsen for voice, clarinet and piano (D.965)
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"See, see, even Night herself is here" (Z.62/11) from The Fairy Queen
"See, see, even Night herself is here" (Z.62/11) from The Fairy Queen
Alexander's feast - oratorio
Lacrimosa & Amen from the Requiem K626 (feat. The Schütz Choir of London, Roger Norrington, Nancy Argenta & The London Classical Players)
Lacrimosa & Amen from the Requiem K626 (feat. The Schütz Choir of London, Roger Norrington, Nancy Argenta & The London Classical Players)
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Se mai, Tirsi, mio bene - from the cantata 'Clori e Tirsi' (feat. Hans-Martin Linde, Cappella Coloniensis, Nigel Short & Nancy Argenta)
Se mai, Tirsi, mio bene - from the cantata 'Clori e Tirsi' (feat. Hans-Martin Linde, Cappella Coloniensis, Nigel Short & Nancy Argenta)
Song "Hark How all things" (Z.629/47ab) -  from The Fairy Queen, Act V (feat. Nancy Argenta, CBC Radio Orchestra & Monica Huggett)
Song "Hark How all things" (Z.629/47ab) - from The Fairy Queen, Act V (feat. Nancy Argenta, CBC Radio Orchestra & Monica Huggett)
Christmas Oratorio: Part 3 (For the Third Day of Christmas) (feat. Olaf Bär, Monteverdi Choir, The English Baroque Soloists, Anne Sofie von Otter & John Eliot Gardiner)
Christmas Oratorio: Part 3 (For the Third Day of Christmas) (feat. Olaf Bär, Monteverdi Choir, The English Baroque Soloists, Anne Sofie von Otter & John Eliot Gardiner)
Magnificat in G minor, RV 610b
Magnificat in G minor, RV 610b
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Taverner Choir and Players, Alison Place, Antonio Vivaldi, Emily Van Evera, Nancy Argenta, Catherine King, Margaret Cable & Andrew Parrott
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Tornami a vagheggiar - Act I Scene 15 from Alcina
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