For the 10th day of Advent how about a movement from that most famous of all oratorios, Messiah, by George Frideric Handel.
So much has been written about Messiah. Composed as it was in just 24 days, Handel did what many composers of the time routinely did – re-worked music he had written previously. In this case he adapted a love duet from a secular Italian cantata of his entitled Nò, di voi non vo’fidarmi, which explains the slightly strange word stress.
Never mind… it is a wonderful piece full of joy and excitement, especially in this performance!