Imeneo (alternative title: Hymen, HWV 41) is an opera seria in three acts by George Frideric Handel. The Italian-language libretto was adapted from Silvio Stampiglia's Imeneo. Handel had begun composition in September 1738, but did not complete the score until 1740. The opera received its first performance at the Lincoln's Inn Fields in London on 22 November 1740, and received another performance on 13 December. Handel then revised the score, and this revised version received concert performances in Dublin, on 24 and 31 March 1742.

Librettist Silvio Stampiglia
Date of composition 1738 (1738-09-20)
Premiered 1740, November 20th (Theatre in Lincoln's Inn Fields) in London, UK
Type Opera
Catalogue HWV 41
Spoken language Italian
Instruments Orchestra
Voice (Bass) - Imeneo
Voice (Castrato) - Tirinto
Voice (Soprano) - Rosmene
Voice (Soprano) - Clomiri
Voice (Bass) - Argenio
Autotranslations beta Georg Friedrich Haendel: Imeneo, HWV 41
Georg Friedrich Händel: Imeneo, HWV 41
Georg Friedrich Händel: Imeneo, HWV 41