Christian Curnyn

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Ouverture
Grand entree
Accompagnato: Ye happy people (Tenor)
Triumph, Hymen, in the pair (Soprano, Chorus)
Still caressing and caress'd (Soprano, Chorus)
Air: Ye swift minutes as ye fly (Tenor)
O bless, ye pow'rs above (Chorus)
Air: Gentle Morpheus, son of night (Soprano) - That when bright Aurora's beams
Air: Ye fleeting shades, I come (Bass)
Thrice happy who in life excel (Chorus)
Air: Enjor the sweet Elysian grove (Tenor)
Si replica il Core precedente: Thrice happy
Air: Come, Fancy, empress of the brain (Soprano)
Symphony and Accompagnato: He comes, he rises from below (Tenor)
Al hail, thou mighty son of Jove! (Chorus)
Symphony: Larghetto
Recitative: From high Olympus' top, the seat of God (Tenor)
Air: Tune your harps, all ye Nine (Tenor)
Ballo primo: Un peu lentement
L'ultimato ballo
Triumph, thou son of Jove (Chorus)
Concerto In D RV208 "Grosso Mogul" I. Allegro
Concerto In D RV208 "Grosso Mogul" II. Recitativo: Grave
Concerto In D RV208 "Grosso Mogul" III. Allegro
Sonata In G Minor (Devil's Trill) I. Andante
Sonata In G Minor (Devil's Trill) II. Allegro
Sonata In G Minor (Devil's Trill) III. Andante/Allegro
Concerto In A minor RV358 "La Cetra" I. Adagio-Presto
Concerto In A minor RV358 "La Cetra" II. Largo
Concerto In A minor RV358 "La Cetra" III. Allegro
Violin Concerto In A Minor, D115 "A Lunardo Venier" I. Allegro-Cantabile - Allegro Assai
Violin Concerto In A Minor, D115 "A Lunardo Venier" II. Andante-Cantabile
Violin Concerto in A Minor, D115 "A Lunardo Venier" III. Presto
The Four Seasons: Summer I. Allegro Non Molto
The Four Seasons: Summer II. Adagio e Piano - Presto Forte
The Four Seasons: Summer III. Presto
Overture
Act I Scene 1: Fra i ciechi orror' notturni (Vitige, Teodata)
Act I Scene 1: Ricordati mio ben (Teodata, Vitige)
Act I Scene 2: Sinfonia
Act I Scene 2: Lotario, al sacro nodo (Ugone, Lotario, Guido, Teodata)
Act I Scene 3: Con l'alma reverente (Emilia, Guido, Ugone, Lotario, Teodata) - Quanto dolci, quanto care (Emilia)
Act I Scene 4: Son pur felice al fine (Guido)
Act I Scene 4: Bel contento gia gode quest'alma (Guido)
Act I Scene 5: O dell'Italo soglio, eccelso nume (Ugone, Flavio, Teodata)
Act I Scene 5: Benche povera donzella (Teodata)
Act I Scene 6: Della mia prole Emilia (Lotario, Flavio, Vitige)
Act I Scene 7: Di qual sovrano e riverito impero (Ugone, Flavio, Lotario) - Se a te vissi fedele (Lotario)
Act I Scene 8: Vitige! (Flavio, Vitige)
Act I Scene 8: Di quel bel che m'innamora (Flavio)
Act I Scene 9: Io vo temendo, O Dio (Vitige)
Act I Scene 9: Che bel contento (Vitige)
Act I Scene 10: Ah! Guido, Guido! (Ugone, Guido)
Act I Scene 11: Amor, Emilia, onore (Guido) - L'armellin vita non cura (Guido)
Act I Scene 12: Guido? Consorte? (Emilia, Guido)
Act I Scene 13: Chi mai l'intende, Oh Dio! (Emilia) - Amante stravagante (Emilia)
Act II Scene 1: Al tuo cenno reale ubbidiente (Teodata, Flavio) - Scene 2: Dove, dove mi celo? (Ugone, Flavio, Teodata)
Act II Scene 3: Ah! Teodata, Teodata! (Ugone, Teodata) - Fato tiranno e crudo (Ugone)
Act II Scene 4: Dunque per le mie nozze (Emilia, Lotario)
Act II Scene 4: S'egli ti chiede affetto (Lotario)
Act II Scene 5: Che mai chiedete, o stelle (Emilia, Guido)
Act II Scene 5: Parto, si; ma non so poi (Emilia)
Act II Scene 6: Privarmi ancora (Guido)
Act II Scene 6: Rompo i lacci, e frango i dardi (Guido)
Introduction: If Poverty be a title to Poetry (Beggar)
Overture
Act I: Through all the employments of life (Peachum)
Act I: Sir, black Moll hath sent word (Filch, Peachum)
Act I: 'Tis Woman that seduces all Mankind (Filch, Peachum)
Act I: But it is now high time to look about me (Peachum, Mrs. Peachum)
Act I: Women indeed are bitter bad judges - ...ev'ry Man handsome who is going to the Camp - If any wench Venus' Girdle wear (Mrs. Peachum)
Act I: Was Captain Macheath here this morning? (Peachum, Mrs. Peachum)
Act I: If Love the Virgin's Heart invade (Mrs. Peachum, Peachum)
Act I: A Maid is like the Golden ore (Mrs. Peachum)
Act I: Come hither, Filch (Mrs. Peachum, Filch)
Act I: I know as well as any of the fine ladies (Polly) - Virgins are like the fair flower in its lustre (Polly, Peachum)
Act I: Our Polly is a sad slut! (Mrs. Peachum, Omnes, Peachum, Polly)
Act I: Can Love be controlled by Advice? (Polly, Mrs. Peachum, Peachum)
Act I: The girl shows such a readiness (Mrs. Peachum) - O Polly, you might have toyed and kissed (Mrs. Peachum, Polly, Omnes, Peachum)
Act I: I, like a Ship in storms, was tossed (Polly, Mrs. Peachum, Peachum)
Act I: A fox may steal your hens, Sir (Peachum, Mrs. Peachum, Polly)
Act I: O ponder well! Be not severe (Polly, Mrs. Peachum)
Act I: The Turtle thus with plaintive crying, her Lover dying (Polly, Mrs. Peachum, Peachum)
Act I: Now I'm a wretch indeed! (Polly, Omnes, Macheath)
Act I: My heart was so free (Macheath, Polly)
Act I: Were I laid on Greenland's coast (Macheath, Polly, Omnes)
Act I: O! what pain it is to part! (Polly, Macheath)
Act I: The Miser thus a shilling sees (Macheath, Polly)
Act I: But pr'thee, Mat, what is become of thy brother Tom? (Ben Budge, Mat of the Mint, Jemmy Twitcher, Nimming Ned, Harry Paddington, Wat Dreary)
Act I: Fill ev'ry glass, for wine inspires us (Gentlemen of the Road)
Act I: Gentlemen, well met (Macheath, Mat of the Mint)
Act I: I shall wish myself with you (Macheath) - Let us take the road (Harry Paddington, Gentlemen of the Road)
Act I: If the heart of a man is depressed with cares (Macheath)
Act I: Dear Mrs. Coaxer, you are welcome (Macheath) - Youth's the season made for joys (Macheath, Ladies of the Town)
Act I: Now pray, ladies, take your places (Macheath, Jenny Diver, Mrs. Coaxer)
Act I: It is your own choice (Jenny Diver) - Before the barn-door crowing (Jenny Diver, Ladies of the Town, Macheath, Dolly Trull, Suky Tawdry)
Act I: But to be sure, Sir (Jenny Diver) - The Gamesters and Lawyers are jugglers alike (Ladies of the Town, Betty Doxy, Macheath, Peachum)
Act I: The gentleman, ladies, lodges in Newgate - Constables, wait upon the Captain to his lodgings (Peachum) - At the Tree I shall suffer with pleasure (Macheath)
Act II: Noble Captain, you are welcome (Lockit, Macheath)
Act II: Man may escape from rope and gun (Macheath, Lucy Lockit)
Act II: Thus when a good Housewife sees a rat (Lucy Lockit, Macheath)
Act II: It is the pleasure of all you fine men (Lucy Lockit) - How cruel are the traytors (Lucy Lockit, Macheath)
Act II: The first time at the looking glass (Macheath, Lucy Lockit)
Act II: In this last affair, brother Peachum, we are agreed (Lockit, Peachum)
Act II: Such language, brother, anywhere else (Lockit) - When you censure the age (Lockit, Lucy Lockit)
Act II: Is then his fate decreed, Sir? (Lucy Lockit, Lockit)
Act II: Though the Chaplain was out of the way to-day (Lucy Lockit, Macheath, Polly)
Act II: Thus when the Swallow seeking prey (Polly, Macheath, Lucy Lockit)
Act II: If women's tongues can cease for an answer (Macheath) - I will not! (Lucy Lockit) - How happy could I be with either (Macheath, Polly)
Act II: Cease your funning (Polly, Omnes, Macheath, Lucy Lockit)
Act II: Why how now, Madam Flirt! (Lucy Lockit, Polly, Peachum, Lockit)
Act II: No power on earth can e'er divide (Lucy Lockit, Macheath, Lockit, Peachum, Omnes)
Act III: To be sure, wench, you must have been aiding and abetting (Lockit, Lucy Lockit)
Act III: Dear Sir, mention not my education (Lucy Lockit, Lockit)
Act III: Ungrateful Macheath! (Lucy Lockit, Lockit)
Act III: Thus Gamesters united in friendship are found (Lockit)
Act III: Our scene doth represent a Gaming House (Beggar) - The modes of the Court so common are grown (Macheath, Ben Budge, Mat of the Mint, Omnes)
Act III: The Coronation account, brother Peachum (Lockit, Peachum, Servant, Mrs. Trapes)
Act III: In the days of my youth I could bill like a dove (Mrs. Trapes, Lockit, Peachum)
Act III: In the days of my youth I could bill like a dove (Mrs. Trapes, Beggar)
Act III: Jealousy, rage, love and fear (Lucy Lockit)
Act III: I have the Rat's-bane ready (Lucy Lockit, Filch, Polly)
Act III: A curse attends a woman's love (Polly, Lucy Lockit)
Act III: When I was forced from him (Polly, Lucy Lockit)
Act III: Come, sweet lass (Lucy Lockit, Polly)
Act III: Now every glimmering of happiness is lost (Polly, Lucy Lockit, Macheath, Peachum)
Act III: Which way shall I turn me, how can I decide? (Macheath, Polly)
Act III: Dear, dear Sir, sink the material evidence (Polly)
Act III: How then can you be a tyrant to me (Lucy Lockit) - When he holds up his hand arraigned for his life (Lucy Lockit, Lockit)
Act III: Ourselves, like the Great, to secure a retreat (Lockit, Peachum)
Act III: We are ready, Sir... (Lockit) - ...to conduct you to the Old Bailey! (Lockit, Lucy Lockit, Polly, Macheath, Peachum, Omnes)
Act III: O cruel, cruel case! (Macheath, Jailer)
Act III: Would I might be hanged! (Polly, Lucy Lockit, Macheath)
Act III: But surely you don't intend that Macheath shall really executed? (Mat of the Mint, Beggar, Ben Budge, Lucy Lockit, Polly, Lockit, Peachum)
Act III: Thus I stand like a Turk, with his doxies around (Macheath, Mrs. Peachum, Peachum, Ladies of the Town, Gentlemen of the Road, Lucy Lockit, Polly, Mrs. Trapes, Lockit)
Symphony for Mercury: -
Symphony for Mercury: -
Symphony for Mercury: Slow -
Symphony for Mercury: Brisk
From high Olympus, and the Realms above (Mercury, Paris)
O Ravishing Delight! (Paris)
Fear not, Mortal: none shall harm thee (Mercury)
Happy thou of Human Race (Mercury, Paris)
Symphony for Juno: Saturnia, Wife of Thundring Jove, am I (Juno)
Symphony for Pallas: This way, Mortal, bend thy Eyes (Pallas)
Symphony for Venus: Hither turn thee, garde Swain (Venus)
Hither turn thee, gentle Swain (Venus, Pallas, Juno)
Distracted I turn, but I cannot decide (Paris) - Apart let me view then each heav'nly Fair (Paris)
Symphony: Let Ambition fire thy Mind (Juno)
Awake, awake, thy Spirits raise (Pallas) - Symphony
Hark, hark! the glorious Voice of War (Pallas) - Symphony
Oh what Joys does Conquest yield! (Pallas)
O how glorious 'tis to see (Chorus)
Symphony
Stay, lovely Youth, delay thy Choice (Venus) - Far from thee be anxious Care (Venus, Chorus)
Nature fram'd thee sure for Loving (Venus) - Fairest she, all Nymphs transcending (Venus)
I yield, I yield, O take the Prize (Paris)
Hither all ye Graces, all ye Loves (Grand Chorus)
Restless in Thought disturb'd in Mind
Love's but the frailty of the Mind
I Burn, I burn, my Brain consumes to Ashes
Overture: ( - ) -
Overture: Allegro - Adagio -
Overture: Gavotte
Act I Scene 1: Behold! Auspicious flashes rise! (Cadmus)
Act I Scene 1: Lucky omens bless our rites (Chorus)
Act I Scene 1: Daughter, obey (Cadmus)
Act I Scene 1: Ah me! What refuge now is left me? (Semele)
Act I Scene 1: The morning lark to mine accords his note (Semele)
Act I Scene 1: See, she blushing turns her eyes (Athamus)
Act I Scene 1: Hymen, haste, thy torch prepare (Athamus)
Act I Scene 1: Alas! she yields (Ino)
Act I Scene 1: Why dost thou thus untimely grieve (Cadmus)
Act I Scene 1: Avert these omens, all ye pow'rs! (Chorus)
Act I Scene 1: Again auspicious flashes rise (Cadmus)
Act I Scene 1: Thy aid, pronubial Juno, Athamas implores (Athamus)
Act I Scene 1: Cease, cease your vows, 'tis impious to proceed (Chorus)
Act I Scene 2: O Athamus, what torture hast thou borne! (Athamus)
Act I Scene 2: Turn, hopeless lover, turn thy eyes (Ino)
Act I Scene 2: She weeps! The gentle maid, in tender pity (Athamus)
Act I Scene 2: Your tuneful voice my tale would tell (Athamus)
Act I Scene 2: Too well I see (Ino)
Act I Scene 2: You've undone me (Ino)
Act I Scene 3: Ah, wretched Prince, doom'd to disastrous love! - Scene 4: See, see, Jove's Priests and holy Augurs come (Cadmus)
Act I Scene 4: Hail, Cadmus, hail! Jove salutes the Theban King (Chorus)
Act I Scene 4: Endless pleasure, endless love (Semele)
Overture
Act I Scene 1: Tu dell' eccelse Mura (Thou to the lofty Walls) (Partenope)
Act I Scene 1: Viva viva Partenope viva (Oh live Parthenope! Live Ages o'er) (Chorus) - Miei Fidi arride il Cielo (My Friends, Heaven views us with a Look benign) (Partenope)
Act I Scene 2: Arsace (Arsaces) (Armindo, Arsace, Partenope, Rosmira)
Act I Scene 3: Regina, in folte Schiere (Great Queen!) (Ormonte, Arsace, Armindo, Partenope, Rosmira)
Act I Scene 3: L' Amor ed il Destin (Both Love and Fate shall meet) (Partenope)
Act I Scene 3: O Eurimene ha l' idea di Rosmira (Or Eurimines has Rosmira's Air) (Arsace)
Act I Scene 4: Cavalier, se gli Dei (Sir, if the Gods have not inclined your Thoughts) (Rosmira, Armindo)
Act I Scene 4: Se non ti sai spiegar (If then you fear to speak) (Rosmira)
Act I Scene 4: Armindo ardisci e prova (Be resolute Armindo, and attempt) (Armindo)
Act I Scene 4: Voglio dire al mio tesoro (Now to my lovely Fair I'll fly) (Armindo)
Act I Scene 5: Ah! Ch' un volto fatal mi da gran pena! (What Pangs I suffer from a fatal Face!) (Arsace, Rosmira)
Act I Scene 5: Un altra volta ancor (You promised, Faithless, once before) (Rosmira)
Act I Scene 5: Rosmira, oh! Dio! Rosmira (Rosmira, Oh ye Gods! the fair Rosmira) (Arsace)
Act I Scene 5: Sento Amor con novi Dardi (Love unrelenting, with a varied Dart) (Arsace)
Act I Scene 6: Stan pronti i miei Guerrieri a stringer l' armi? (Are my brave Warriors now prepared for Battle?) (Partenope, Ormonte)
Act I Scene 6: T' appresta forse amore (Or Love perhaps may bid you arm) (Ormonte)
Act I Scene 7: Signora (My Queen) (Armindo, Partenope)
Act I Scene 8: E di che reo son Io? (And in what fatal Act have I offended?) (Arsace, Partenope) - Per te moro (For thee the Pangs of Death I prove) (Arsace, Partenope) - Taci, basta (Enough, my Fairest, O forbear) (Arsace, Partenope)
Act I Scene 9: E se giunge Eurimene? (And what tho' Eurimenes now approaches) (Partenope, Arsace, Rosmira)
Act I Scene 9: Sei mia gioja, sei mio bene (Thou art my Joy, in thee I'm blest) (Partenope)
Act I Scene 9: I novelli amor tuoi (I've heard myself your new concerted Passion) (Rosmira, Arsace)
Act I Scene 9: Dimmi pietoso Ciel (Tell me, ye gracious Power, that rule the Sky) (Arsace)
Act I Scene 10: Ecco Emilio (Behold Emilius) (Ormonte, Emilio, Partenope, Armindo, Rosmira, Arsace)
Act I Scene 10: Anch' Io pugnar sapro (Now War shall all my Thoughts engage) (Emilio)
Act I Scene 11: Arsace, tu sarai (To you, Arsaces, as my General) (Partenope, Armindo, Rosmira, Arsace, Ormonte)
Act I Scene 11: Io ti levo l' Impero dell' Armi (Your Power in Arms I now control) (Partenope)
Act I Scene 12: Lascia deh! lascia, o Prence (Forbear, let me entreat you, Prince, forbear) (Arsace, Rosmira, Armindo)
Act I Scene 12: E figlio il mio timore (The Fears my throbbing Heart express) (Arsace)
Act I Scene 13: Prence, di te mi lagno (Ah Prince! with Reason I reproach your Conduct) (Armindo, Rosmira)
Act I Scene 13: Io seguo sol fiero (My Genius leads me to the Glades) (Rosmira)


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