Derek Hammond-Stroud

Born: January 10, 1926; London, England   Died: May 14, 2012  

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Born: January 10, 1926; London, England   Died: May 14, 2012  
WORKS ALBUMS
TITLE/COMPOSER
LABEL
Introduction
"Wie du warst!"
"Marie Theres'!" - "Octavian!"
"Quinquin, es ist mein Mann!"
"Selbstverständlich empfängt mich Ihro Gnaden"
"Hat Sie schon einmal mit einem Kavalier"
"Nein, er agiert mir gar zu gut!"
"I komm' glei"
"Di rigori armato il seno"
"Als Morgengabe"
"Mein lieber Hippolyte"
"Da geht er hin"
"Ach! Du bist wieder da!"
"Die Zeit, die ist ein sonderbar Ding"
"Mein schöner Schatz"
"Ich werd' jetzt in die Kirchen gehn"
"Ich hab' ihn nicht einmal geküßt
Introduction - "Ein ernster Tag"
"In dieser feierlichen Stunde"
"Mir ist die Ehre widerfahren"
"Ich kenn' Ihn schon recht wohl"
"Jetzt aber kommt mein Herr Zukünftiger"
"Eh bien! Nun plauder Sie uns eins"
"Wird kommen über Nacht!"
"Wird Sie das Mannsbild da heiraten"
"Herr Baron von Lerchenau!"
"Mord! Mord! Mein Blut!"
"Er muß mich pardonieren"
"Is gut! Is gut! Ein Schluck"
"Da lieg' ich!"
"Ohne mich, ohne mich, jeder Tag dir so bang"
Introduction and Pantomime
"Hab'n Euer Gnaden noch weitre Befehle?"
"Nein, nein, nein, nein! I trink' kein Wein"
"Die schöne Musi!"
"Es ist ja eh all's eins"
"Halt! Keiner rührt sich!"
"Zur Stelle! Was wird von mir gewünscht?"
"Sind desto eher im klaren"
"Muß jetzt partout zu ihr!"
"Laß er nur gut sein und verschwind Er"
"Leopold, wir gehn!"
"Mein Gott, es war nicht mehr als eine Farce"
"Marie Theres'!" - "Hab mir's gelobt, Ihn lieb zu haben"
"Ist ein Traum, kann nicht wirklich sein"
"Ist ein Traum, kann nicht wirklich sein" - "Spür nur dich"
Walton: Façade 1 for Reciter(s) and Chamber Ensemble - Fanfare; Hornpipe; En famille; Mariner man
Walton: Façade 1 for Reciter(s) and Chamber Ensemble - Long steel grass; Through gilded trellises; Tango
Walton: Façade 1 for Reciter(s) and Chamber Ensemble - Lullaby for Jumbo; Black Mrs.Behemoth; Tarantella
Walton: Façade 1 for Reciter(s) and Chamber Ensemble - A man from a far countree; By the lake; Country Dance
Walton: Façade 1 for Reciter(s) and Chamber Ensemble - Polka;Four in the morning;Something lies beyond the sce
Walton: Façade 1 for Reciter(s) and Chamber Ensemble - Valse; Jodelling song; Scotch Rhapsody
Walton: Façade 1 for Reciter(s) and Chamber Ensemble - Popular Song; Fox-trot "Old Sir Faulk" ; Sir Beelzebub
Walton: Façade 2 for 2 Speakers and Chamber Ensemble - 1. Flourish; Came the great popinjay
Walton: Façade 2 for 2 Speakers and Chamber Ensemble - 2. Aubade
Walton: Façade 2 for 2 Speakers and Chamber Ensemble - 3. March
Walton: Façade 2 for 2 Speakers and Chamber Ensemble - 4. Madame Mouse trots
Walton: Façade 2 for 2 Speakers and Chamber Ensemble - 5. The Octogenarian
Walton: Façade 2 for 2 Speakers and Chamber Ensemble - 6. Gardener Janus catches a Naiad
Walton: Façade 2 for 2 Speakers and Chamber Ensemble - 7. Water Party
Walton: Façade 2 for 2 Speakers and Chamber Ensemble - 8. Said King Pompey
Overture
Act I Scene 1: Melodrame: First appearance of Ghost
Act I Scene 4: Fanfare: A Flourish of Trumpets
Act I Scene 4: Melodrame: Appearance of Ghost to Hamlet
Act I Scene 5: Melodrame: The Ghost tells Hamlet of his father's murder
Act II: Entr'acte: Prelude to Scene 1 and first appearance in the play of Ophelia
Act II Scene 2: Fanfare: A Room in the Castle - Flourish
Act III: Entr'acte: Prelude to Scene 1 which features Hamlet's soliloquy
Act III Scene 2: Fanfare: A Flourish
Act III Scene 2: Fanfare: The Dumb Show enters
Act III Scene 2: Melodrame: The Players enact the Scene of the Poisoning
Act IV: Entr'acte: Prelude to Scene 1 - A Room in the Castle
Act IV Scene 5: Scene d'Ophelie: Elsinore - Ophelia's Mad Scene
Act IV Scene 5: Deuxieme scene d'Ophelie: Re-enter Ophelia, fantastically dressed with straws and flowers
Act V: Entr'acte: Prelude to Scene 1 - A Churchyard
Act V Scene 1: Chant du Fossoyeur
Act V Scene 1: Marche funebre
Act V Scene 2: Fanfare: Trumpets sound
Act V Scene 2: Marche finale
Prelude: What light shines down there? (3 Norns)
Prelude: Wotan made holy laws and treaties (Second Norn)
Prelude: That mighty hall the giants have raised (3 Norns)
Prelude: Now the gods will seize the spear that was shattered (3 Norns)
Prelude: Dawn Music (Orchestra) - To deeds of glory (Brunnhilde, Siegfried)
Prelude: Ah, but to prove you love me (Brunnhilde, Siegfried)
Prelude: Love, I leave you alone (Siegfried, Brunnhilde)
Prelude: So by your daring I am fired (Siegfried, Brunnhilde)
Prelude: O heavenly rulers! (Brunnhilde, Siegfried)
Prelude: Siegfried's Rhine Journey (Orchestra)
Act I Scene 1: Now hear, Hagen (Gunther, Hagen)
Act I Scene 1: What woman should I wed ... ? (Gunther, Hagen, Gutrune)
Act I Scene 1: At Neidhohle the Nibelung gold was guarded (Hagen, Gunther)
Act I Scene 1: You mock me, wicked Hagen! (Gutrune, Hagen, Gunther)
Act I Scene 1: Merrily seeking adventures and fame (Hagen, Gunther, Siegfried)
Act I Scene 2: Which is Gibich's son? (Siegfried, Gunther, Hagen)
Act I Scene 2: I welcome you, my friend (Gunther, Siegfried, Hagen)
Act I Scene 2: That treasure I quite forgot (Siegfried, Hagen, Gunther)
Act I Scene 2: Welcome, O guest, to Gibich's house! (Gutrune, Siegfried, Gunther)
Scene 1: Orchestral prelude
Scene 1: Weia! Waga! Wandering waters (Woglinde, Wellgunde, Flosshilde)
Scene 1: He, he! You nixies! (Alberich, Woglinde, Wellgunde, Flosshilde)
Scene 1: Slimy, slippery, slithery smoothness! (Alberich, Woglinde, Wellgunde, Flosshilde)
Scene 1: Look, sisters! The sunlight is greeting the gold (Woglinde, Wellgunde, Flosshilde)
Scene 1: What's that, you nixies ... ? (Alberich, Woglinde, Wellgunde, Flosshilde)
Scene 1: The world's wealth can be mine ... ? (Alberich, Woglinde, Wellgunde, Flosshilde)
Scene 1: Still not afraid? (Alberich, Flosshilde, Wellgunde, Woglinde) - Orchestral interlude
Scene 2: Wotan, my lord! Awaken! (Fricka, Wotan)
Scene 2: For I wished you faithful and true (Fricka, Wotan)
Scene 2: Then shelter her now (Fricka, Freia, Wotan)
Scene 2: Soft sleep closed your eyes (Fasolt, Wotan, Fafner)
Scene 2: God of light, light of spirit! (Fasolt, Wotan, Fafner, Freia)
Scene 2: To me, Freia! Back from her, giant! (Froh, Donner, Fafner, Fasolt, Wotan)
Scene 3: What help for me? (Mime, Loge, Wotan)
Scene 3: Better take care! Alberich's near (Mime, Wotan, Alberich)
Scene 3: What brought you here? (Alberich, Wotan, Loge)
Scene 3: In the clouds, you great ones (Alberich, Wotan, Loge)
Scene 3: All must stand in amazement (Loge, Alberich)
Act I: Prelude
Act I Scene 1: Wearisome labour! (Mime)
Act I Scene 1: Hoiho! Hoiho! (Siegfried, Mime)
Act I Scene 1: Well, there are the pieces (Siegfried, Mime)
Act I Scene 1: A whimpering babe (Mime)
Act I Scene 1: Much you've taught to me, Mime (Siegfried, Mime)
Act I Scene 1: I found once in the wood (Mime, Siegfried)
Act I Scene 1: And now these fragments (Siegfried, Mime)
Act I Scene 1: He storms away! (Mime)
Act I Scene 2: Hail there, worthy smith! (Wanderer, Mime)
Act I Scene 2: I sit by your hearth (Wanderer, Mime)
Act I Scene 2: What you needed to know (Wanderer, Mime)
Act I Scene 2: The fragments! The sword! (Mime, Wanderer)
Act II Scene 2: So he's no father of mine (Siegfried)


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