Donald Maxwell

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Noye's Fludde, Op.59 The Chester Miricle Play set to music: Lord Jesus, think on me
Noye's Fludde, Op.59 The Chester Miricle Play set to music: I, God, that all this world hath wroughte
Noye's Fludde, Op.59 The Chester Miricle Play set to music: O, Lorde, I thanke thee lowde and still
Noye's Fludde, Op.59 The Chester Miricle Play set to music: Now in the name of God I will begyne
Noye's Fludde, Op.59 The Chester Miricle Play set to music: Wyffe, in this vessell we shall be kepte
Noye's Fludde, Op.59 The Chester Miricle Play set to music: Noye, Noye, take thou thy company
Noye's Fludde, Op.59 The Chester Miricle Play set to music: Sir! heare are lions, lepardes, in
Noye's Fludde, Op.59 The Chester Miricle Play set to music: Wiffe, come in! why standes thou their?
Noye's Fludde, Op.59 The Chester Miricle Play set to music: It is good for to be still
Noye's Fludde, Op.59 The Chester Miricle Play set to music: Eternal Father, strong to save
Noye's Fludde, Op.59 The Chester Miricle Play set to music: Now forty dayes are fullie gone
Noye's Fludde, Op.59 The Chester Miricle Play set to music: Noye, take thy wife anone
Noye's Fludde, Op.59 The Chester Miricle Play set to music: Noye, heare I behette thee a heste
Noye's Fludde, Op.59 The Chester Miricle Play set to music: The spacious firmament on high
When boughs are green in April (Louis, Alison) -
When rainbows follow flying showers (Alison) -
Piggy, piggy, piggy! (Father Philippe, Alison) -
Someone is coming! (Alison, Father Philippe, Pierre) -
Before that I was twenty (Pierre, Father Philippe, Alison) -
Learned? Comely? (Father Philippe, Pierre, Alison) -
Heigho, a pretty knave! (Alison, Father Philippe) -
He'll lie all day in the sun (Louis, Pierre, Alison) -
As I was walking here to-day (Pierre, Louis, Alison)
A Midsummer Night's Dream Op. 64, Act One, Introduction: Over hill, over dale (Fairies/Puck)
A Midsummer Night's Dream Op. 64, ACT ONE: Oberon is passing fell and wrath (Fairies/Oberon/Tytania)
A Midsummer Night's Dream Op. 64, ACT ONE: Well, go thy way (Oberon/Puck)
A Midsummer Night's Dream Op. 64, ACT ONE: How now my love? (Lysander/Hermia)
A Midsummer Night's Dream Op. 64, ACT ONE: Be it on lion, bear, or wolf, or bull (Oberon/Demetrius/Helena)
A Midsummer Night's Dream Op. 64, ACT ONE: Welcome wanderer! ... I know a bank (Oberon)
A Midsummer Night's Dream Op. 64, ACT ONE: Is all our company here? (Quince/Bottom/Flute/Snout/Starveling/Snug)
A Midsummer Night's Dream Op. 64, ACT ONE: Fair love, you faint with wand'ring in the wood (Lysander/Hermia)
A Midsummer Night's Dream Op. 64, ACT ONE: Through the frost have I gone (Puck/Hermia)
A Midsummer Night's Dream Op. 64, ACT ONE: Stay, thou thou kill me, sweet Demetrius (Helene/Demetrius/Lysander/Hermia)
A Midsummer Night's Dream Op. 64, ACT ONE: Come, now a roundel and a fairy song (Tytania)
A Midsummer Night's Dream Op. 64, ACT ONE: You spotted snakes with double tongues (Fairies)
A Midsummer Night's Dream Op. 64, ACT ONE: What thou seest when thou dost wake (Oberon)
A Midsummer Night's Dream Op. 64, ACT TWO: Introduction
A Midsummer Night's Dream Op. 64, ACT TWO: Are we all met? (Bottom/Flute/Snout/Starveling/Snug/Quince/Puck)
A Midsummer Night's Dream Op. 64, ACT TWO: I see their knavery (Bottom/Tytania/Solo fairies)
A Midsummer Night's Dream Op. 64, ACT TWO: Be kind and courteous to this gentleman (Tytania)
A Midsummer Night's Dream Op. 64, ACT TWO: Hail! mortal, hail! (Solo fairies/Bottom/Tytania)
A Midsummer Night's Dream Op. 64, ACT TWO: I have reas'nable good ear in music (Bottom/Tytania)
A Midsummer Night's Dream Op. 64, ACT TWO: How now, mad spirit? (Oberon/Puck/Demetrius/Hermia)
A Midsummer Night's Dream Op. 64, ACT THREE: Now the hungry lions roars (Solo fairies/Puck/Oberon/Tytania/Fairies)
Act I: Overture
Act I Scene 1: Introduction: All is silent (Rhineberg)
Act I Scene 1: Air: Idle spirit (Rhineberg)
Act I Scene 1: Recitative and Chorus: Wake! Wake! (Rhineberg)
Act I Scene 1: Recitative: Where is ? (Rhineberg, Liba, )
Act I Scene 1: Air and Chorus: Flow on, oh silver Rhine (, Liba, Rhineberg)
Act I Scene 1: Duet: What does she say? (Rhineberg, )
Act I Scene 1: Romance: When the night winds ()
Act I Scene 1: Recitative: How can the slime of earth (Rhineberg)
Act I Scene 1: Chorus: Sail! Sail! on the midnight gale (Chorus)
Act I Scene 2: Bring the mirror (Ghiva, Baron)
Act I Scene 2: Duet and Chorus: Rupert! haughty Rupert (Ghiva, Baron)
Act I Scene 2: Recitative and Trio: Ah, what's that, a note? (Baron, Ghiva, Rupert)
Act I Scene 2: Trio: I see by the grey of the morn (Baron, Rupert, Ghiva)
Act I Scene 3: Chorus: Drain the cup of pleasure (Guilhelm)
Act I Scene 3: Recitative and Chorus: Here's Count Rupert (Guilhelm, Rupert)
Act I Scene 3: Barcarolle: Our barque in silence (Rupert)
Act I Scene 3: Finale: When on yon rock (All)
Act II Scene 1: Chorus: Behold, behold wedges of gold (Chorus)
Act II Scene 1: Recitative and Solo: Under a spreading coral (Rhineberg, , Gnome)
Act II Scene 1: Recitative: 'Tis well he is at rest (Rhineberg)
Act II Scene 1: Chorus: From his Palace of Crystal (Chorus, )
Act II Scene 1: Recitative and Air: Sweet form (Rupert, )
Act II Scene 1: Rondo: Take this cup (Rupert, )
Act II Scene 1: Recitative: Open! Open! (Gnome, Liba, Rupert, )
Act II Scene 1: Trio and Chorus: My rage beware! (Gnome, , Rupert, Liba)
Act II Scene 1: Drinking Song: As through the glass (Gnome)
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)
Act I: Song: On a Januairy morning (Squire Western, Chorus)
Act I: Finale: For aye, my love (Sophia, Tom, Squire Western, Blifil, Allworthy, Chorus)
Act II: Finale: Where be my daughter? (Lady Bellaston, Tom, Squire Western, Partridge, Officer, Hostess, Chorus)
Serenade Op. 31: Prologue (horn solo)
Serenade Op. 31: 1. Pastoral: The day's grown old (Charles Cotton)
Serenade Op. 31: 2. Nocturne: The splendour falls on castle walls (Alfred, Lord Tennyson)
Serenade Op. 31: 3. Elegy: O Rose, thou art sick (William Blake)
Serenade Op. 31: 4. Dirge: This ae nighte (anon. 15th century)
Serenade Op. 31: 5. Hymn: Queen and huntress (Ben Jonson)
Serenade Op. 31: 6. Sonnet: O soft embalmer of the still midnight (John Keats)
Serenade Op. 31: Epilogue (horn solo)
Nocturne Op. 60: On a poet's lips I slept (Shelley)
Nocturne Op. 60: Below the thunders of the upper deep (Tennyson)
Nocturne Op. 60: Encinctured with a twive of leaves (Coleridge)
Nocturne Op. 60: Midnight's bell goes ting (Middleton)
Nocturne Op. 60: When that night on my bed I lay (Wordsworth)
Nocturne Op. 60: She sleeps on soft, last breaths (Owen)
Nocturne Op. 60: WHat is more gentle than a wind in summer? (Keats)
Nocturne Op. 60: When most I wink, then do mine eyes best see (Shakespeare)
Noye's Fludde, Op.59 The Chester Miricle Play set to music: Lord Jesus, think on me
Noye's Fludde, Op.59 The Chester Miricle Play set to music: I, God, that all this world hath wroughte
Noye's Fludde, Op.59 The Chester Miricle Play set to music: O, Lorde, I thanke thee lowde and still
Noye's Fludde, Op.59 The Chester Miricle Play set to music: Now in the name of God I will begyne
Noye's Fludde, Op.59 The Chester Miricle Play set to music: Wyffe, in this vessell we shall be kepte
Noye's Fludde, Op.59 The Chester Miricle Play set to music: Noye, Noye, take thou thy company
Noye's Fludde, Op.59 The Chester Miricle Play set to music: Sir! heare are lions, lepardes, in
Noye's Fludde, Op.59 The Chester Miricle Play set to music: Sir! heare are lions, lepardes, in
Noye's Fludde, Op.59 The Chester Miricle Play set to music: Wiffe, come in! why standes thou their?
Noye's Fludde, Op.59 The Chester Miricle Play set to music: Wiffe, come in! why standes thou their?
Noye's Fludde, Op.59 The Chester Miricle Play set to music: It is good for to be still
Noye's Fludde, Op.59 The Chester Miricle Play set to music: It is good for to be still
Noye's Fludde, Op.59 The Chester Miricle Play set to music: Eternal Father, strong to save
Noye's Fludde, Op.59 The Chester Miricle Play set to music: Eternal Father, strong to save
Noye's Fludde, Op.59 The Chester Miricle Play set to music: Now forty dayes are fullie gone
Noye's Fludde, Op.59 The Chester Miricle Play set to music: Now forty dayes are fullie gone
Noye's Fludde, Op.59 The Chester Miricle Play set to music: Noye, take thy wife anone
Noye's Fludde, Op.59 The Chester Miricle Play set to music: Noye, take thy wife anone
Noye's Fludde, Op.59 The Chester Miricle Play set to music: Noye, heare I behette thee a heste
Noye's Fludde, Op.59 The Chester Miricle Play set to music: Noye, heare I behette thee a heste
Noye's Fludde, Op.59 The Chester Miricle Play set to music: The spacious firmament on high
Noye's Fludde, Op.59 The Chester Miricle Play set to music: The spacious firmament on high
A Midsummer Night's Dream Op. 64, ACT ONE: Introduction
A Midsummer Night's Dream Op. 64, ACT ONE: Oberon is passing fell and wrath (Fairies/Oberon/Tytania)
A Midsummer Night's Dream Op. 64, ACT ONE: Well, go thy way (Oberon/Puck)
A Midsummer Night's Dream Op. 64, ACT ONE: How now my love? (Lysander/Hermia)
A Midsummer Night's Dream Op. 64, ACT ONE: Be it on lion, bear, or wolf, or bull (Oberon/Demetrius/Helena)
A Midsummer Night's Dream Op. 64, ACT ONE: Welcome wanderer! ... I know a bank (Oberon)
A Midsummer Night's Dream Op. 64, ACT ONE: Is all our company here? (Quince/Bottom/Flute/Snout/Starveling/Snug)
A Midsummer Night's Dream Op. 64, ACT ONE: Fair love, you faint with wand'ring in the wood (Lysander/Hermia)
A Midsummer Night's Dream Op. 64, ACT ONE: Through the frost have I gone (Puck/Hermia)
A Midsummer Night's Dream Op. 64, ACT ONE: Stay, thou thou kill me, sweet Demetrius (Helene/Demetrius/Lysander/Hermia)
A Midsummer Night's Dream Op. 64, ACT ONE: Come, now a roundel and a fairy song (Tytania)
A Midsummer Night's Dream Op. 64, ACT ONE: You spotted snakes with double tongues (Fairies)
A Midsummer Night's Dream Op. 64, ACT ONE: What thou seest when thou dost wake (Oberon)
A Midsummer Night's Dream Op. 64, ACT TWO: Introduction
A Midsummer Night's Dream Op. 64, ACT TWO: Are we all met? (Bottom/Flute/Snout/Starveling/Snug/Quince/Puck)
A Midsummer Night's Dream Op. 64, ACT TWO: I see their knavery (Bottom/Tytania/Solo fairies)
A Midsummer Night's Dream Op. 64, ACT TWO: Be kind and courteous to this gentleman (Tytania)
A Midsummer Night's Dream Op. 64, ACT TWO: Hail! mortal, hail! (Solo fairies/Bottom/Tytania)
A Midsummer Night's Dream Op. 64, ACT TWO: I have reas'nable good ear in music (Bottom/Tytania)
A Midsummer Night's Dream Op. 64, ACT TWO: How now, mad spirit? (Oberon/Puck/Demetrius/Hermia)
A Midsummer Night's Dream Op. 64, ACT THREE: Now the hungry lions roars (Solo fairies/Puck/Oberon/Tytania/Fairies)
Kyrie
Gloria
Credo
Sanctus
Benedictus
Agnus Dei
Overture
It seemed like just another day ... (Bouncer)
Song: Rataplan: Yes, yes, in those merry days (Bouncer)
Now for some reason or other (Bouncer)
Duet: Stay, Bouncer, Stay! (Cox, Bouncer)
At last he left! (Bouncer)
Song: A Lullaby: Hush'd is the bacon on the grid (Box)
Song and Dance: My Master Is Punctual (Cox)
Disaster! (Bouncer)
Trio: Who Are You, Sir? (Cox, Box, All)
Not even Rataplan could settle this... (Bouncer)
Duet Serenade: The Buttercup (Cox, Box)
Music, it seemed, wasn't their only mutual interest (Bouncer)
Romance: Not Long Ago (Box, Cox)
An ingenious scheme (Bouncer)
Finale: My Hand Upon It (Box, Bouncer)
Solo and Chorus: Hark, the hour of ten is sounding (Usher, Chorus)
Is this the Court of the Exchequer? (Defendant, All, Chorus of Jurymen)
Song and Chorus: When first my old, old love I knew (Defendant, Chorus of Jurymen, Usher)
Chorus and Solo: All hail, great Judge! (Judge, All, Chorus)
Song: When I, good friends ... (Judge, All, Chorus)
Swear thou the jury (Counsel, Usher, Jury)
Chorus of Bridesmaids: Where's the Plaintiff? (Counsel, Usher, Chorus of Bridemaids, Plaintiff)
Oh never, never, never ... (Judge, Jury, Foreman, Plaintiff, Bridesmaids, Usher)
Counsel of Plaintiff: May it please you, m'lud! (All, Counsel, Jury, Plaintiff)
That she is reeling is plain to see! (Judge, Foreman, Plaintiff, All, Counsel)
Song: Oh gentlemen listen I pray (Defendant, Bridesmaids)
That seems a reasonable proposition (Judge, Counsel, Bridesmaids, Jury)
Sestet and Chorus: A nice dilemna we have here (Judge, Counsel, Defendant, Plaintiff, All, Usher)
Duet and Chorus: I love him - I love him (Plaintiff, Defendant, Jury, Judge, Counsel, All)
Finale: Oh joy unbounded (Plaintiff, Counsel, Defendant, Usher, All, Judge)
Carmina Burana: O Fortuna
Carmina Burana: O Fortune plango vulnera
Carmina Burana: Veris leta facies
Carmina Burana: Omnia sol temperat
Carmina Burana: Ecce gratum
Carmina Burana: Tanz
Carmina Burana: Floret silva
Carmina Burana: Chramer, gip die varwe mir
Carmina Burana: Reie - Swaz hie gat umbe - Chume, chum geselle min - Swaz hie gat umbe
Carmina Burana: Were diu werlt alle min
Carmina Burana: Estuans interius
Carmina Burana: Olim lacus colueram
Carmina Burana: Ego sum abbas
Carmina Burana: In taberna quando sumus
Carmina Burana: Amor volat undique
Carmina Burana: Dies, nox et omnia
Carmina Burana: Stetit puella
Carmina Burana: Circa mea pectora
Carmina Burana: Si puer cum puellula
Carmina Burana: Veni, veni, venias
Carmina Burana: In trutina
Carmina Burana: Tempus est iocundum
Carmina Burana: Dulcissime
Carmina Burana: Ave formosissima
Carmina Burana: O Fortuna
Overture
"Cinque... deci... venti..." - "Cosa stai misurando"
"Se a caso Madama" - "Or bene, ascolta, e taci"
"Se vuol ballare" - "Ed aspettaste il giorno"
"La vendetta" - "Tutto ancor non ho perso"
"Via resti servita" - "Va là, vecchia pedante"
"Non so più cosa son, cosa faccio"
"Ah, son perduto!"
"Cosa sento! tosto andate" - "Basilio, in traccia tosto"
"Giovani liete" - "Cos'è questa commedia?" - "Giovani liete" - "Evviva!"
"Non più andrai"
"Porgi amor"
"Vieni, cara Susanna" - "Quanto duolmi, Susanna"
"Voi che sapete" - "Bravo! che bella voce!"
"Venite... inginocchiatevi..."
"Quante buffonerie!"
"Che novità!"
"Susanna, or via, sortite" - "Dunque, voi non aprite"
"Aprite, presto" - "O guarda il demonietto!" - "Tutto è come io lasciai"
"Esci, ormai, garzon malnato" - "Susanna!... Signore!"
"Signore, di fuori" - "Ah! signore... signor!"
"Voi signor, che giusto siete"
"Che imbarazzo è mai questo" - "Via, fatti core"
"Crudel! perché finora" - "E perché fosti meco"
"Hai già vinta la causa" - "Vedrò mentr'io sospiro"
"E decisa la lite"
"Riconosci in questo amplesso" - "Eccovi, o caro amico" - "Andiamo, andiam, bel paggio"
"E Susanna non vien!" - "Dove sono i bei momenti"
"Io vi dico, signor" - "Cosa mi narri!"
"Che soave zeffiretto" - "Piegato è il foglio..."
"Ricevete, o padroncina" - "Queste sono, Madama"
"Ecco la marcia... andiamo." - "Amanti costanti"
Fandango - "Eh già, solita usanza"
"L'ho perduta... me meschina!"
"Barbarina, cos'hai?" - "Madre... Figlio." - "Presto, avvertiam Susanna"
"Il capro e la capretta"
"Nel padiglione a manca"
"In quegli anni in cui val poco"
"Tutto è disposto" - "Aprite un po' quegli occhi"
"Signora, ella mi disse"
"Giunse alfin il momento" - "Deh vieni non tardar"
"Perfida! e in quella forma meco mentia?"
"Pian pianin le andrò più presso"
"Tutto è tranquillo e placido" - "Pace, pace mio dolce tesoro"
"Gente, gente, all'armi"
Act I: Orchestral introduction - What hoa, what hoa! (Shallow, Sir Hugh Evans)
Act I: Ahem (Anne Page)
Act I: This is my father's choice (Anne Page)
Act I: How now, what does Master Fenton here? (Page)
Act I: Vere is dat knave Rugby? (Dr. Caius)
Act I: Episode
Act I: How now, mine Host of the Garter (Bardolph, Nym, Pistol)
Act I: I spy entertainment in her ... (Sir John Falstaff)
Act I: Wilt thou revenge ... ? (Pistol)
Act I: Love my wife? I will be patient (Ford)
Act II Scene 1: Orchestral introduction
Act II Scene 1: Thine own true knight (Mrs. Page) - Sigh no more, ladies, sigh no more (Mrs. Quickly)
Act II Scene 2: Bardolph! Bardolph, I say! (Sir John Falstaff)
Act II Scene 2: Go thy ways, go thy ways, old Jack! (Sir John Falstaff)
Act II Scene 2: Sir, my name is Brook (Ford)
Act II Scene 2: Ha, is this a vision? (Ford)
Act IV Scene 2: But till 'tis 1 o'clock (Mrs. Qucikly)
Act IV Scene 2: Dance of the Fairies
Act IV Scene 2: But stay! I smell a man of middle earth (Sir Hugh Evans)
Act IV Scene 2: Nay, do not fly (Page)
Act IV Scene 2: My heart misgives me (Mrs. Page)
Act IV Scene 2: Stand not amazed (Sir John Falstaff)
When boughs are green in April (Louis, Alison) -
When rainbows follow flying showers (Alison) -
Piggy, piggy, piggy! (Father Philippe, Alison) -
Someone is coming! (Alison, Father Philippe, Pierre) -
Before that I was twenty (Pierre, Father Philippe, Alison) -
Learned? Comely? (Father Philippe, Pierre, Alison) -
Heigho, a pretty knave! (Alison, Father Philippe) -
He'll lie all day in the sun (Louis, Pierre, Alison) -
As I was walking here to-day (Pierre, Louis, Alison)
Carmina Burana: O Fortuna
Carmina Burana: O Fortune plango vulnera
Carmina Burana: Veris leta facies
Carmina Burana: Omnia sol temperat
Carmina Burana: Ecce gratum
Carmina Burana: Tanz
Carmina Burana: Floret silva
Carmina Burana: Chramer, gip die varwe mir
Carmina Burana: Reie - Swaz hie gat umbe - Chume, chum geselle min - Swaz hie gat umbe
Carmina Burana: Were diu werlt alle min
Carmina Burana: Estuans interius
Carmina Burana: Olim lacus colueram
Carmina Burana: Ego sum abbas
Carmina Burana: In taberna quando sumus
Carmina Burana: Amor volat undique
Carmina Burana: Dies, nox et omnia
Carmina Burana: Stetit puella
Carmina Burana: Circa mea pectora
Carmina Burana: Si puer cum puellula
Carmina Burana: Veni, veni, venias
Carmina Burana: In trutina
Carmina Burana: Tempus est iocundum
Carmina Burana: Dulcissime
Carmina Burana: Ave formosissima
Carmina Burana: O Fortuna
Act I Scene 1: Rome is now ruled by the Etruscan upstart ... (Male Chorus)
Act I Scene 1: Here the thirsty ev'ening has drunk the wine of light ... (Male Chorus)
Act I Scene 1: Who reaches heaven first is the best philosopher (Collatinus)
Act I Scene 1: Good night, Tarquinius! (Junius)
Act I Interlude: Tarquiius does not wait for his servant to wake (Male Chorus)
Act I Scene 2: Lucretia! (Junius)
Act I Scene 2: Listen! I heard a knock. Somebody is at the gate ... (Lucretia)
Act I Scene 2: Time turns upon the hands of women ... (Female Chorus)
Act I Scene 2: None of the women move. It is too late for a messenger ... (Female Chorus)
Act II Scene 2: Lucretia! Lucretia! O never again must we two dare to part ... (Collatinus)
Act II Scene 2: This dead hand lets fall all that my heart held when full ... (Collatinus)
Act II Scene 2: Is it all? Is all this suffering and pain, is this in vain? (Female Chorus)


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