14. Lotario, HWV 26, Act 1: "Scherza in Mar la Navicella" (Adelaide)
In Dualità, an album of arias from nine Handel operas, soprano Emoke Baráth explores "the duality of the female soul - in which sensitivity unites with power" and the potential of the female voice to characterise both heroines and heroes. At the same time, she provides an insight into the careers of her 18th century counterparts, notably the prime donne of Handel's opera company in London. Baráth is partnered by Artaserse under the direction of Philippe Jaroussky.