Elin Manahan Thomas

Hawes: Song Of Songs / Elin Manahan Thomas, Roger Sayer, English Chamber Orchestra
Release Date: 06/30/2009   Label: Signum U.k.  
Catalog: 162   Number of Discs: 1
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Buxtehude: Membra Jesu Nostri, Laudate Pueri Dominum / Kirkby, Thomas, Fretwork, Purcell Quartet
Release Date: 11/16/2010   Label: Chandos  
Catalog: 775   Number of Discs: 1
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Hawes: Fair Albion - Visions Of England / Thomas, Lloyd Webber
Release Date: 01/01/2009   Label: Signum U.k.  
Catalog: 178   Number of Discs: 1
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Let the Bright Seraphim / Thomas, Steele-Perkins, Monks, Armonico Consort
Release Date: 08/28/2012   Label: Signum U.k.  
Catalog: 289   Number of Discs: 1
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Elgar: The Starlight Express / Manahan Thomas, Williams, Davis
Release Date: 11/13/2012   Label: Chandos  
Catalog: 5111   Number of Discs: 2
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WORKS ALBUMS
TITLE/COMPOSER
LABEL
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626: Overture
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act I Scene 1: Belinda & Chorus - ?Shake the cloud from off your brow?
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act I Scene 1: Dido - ?Ah! Belinda, I am press?d with torment?
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act I Scene 1: Belinda & Dido - ?Grief increases by concealing?
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act I Scene 1: Chorus - ?When monarchs unite, how happy their state?
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act I Scene 1: Dido & Belinda - ?Whence could so much virtue spring??
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act I Scene 1: Belinda, Second Woman & Chorus - ?Fear no danger to ensue?
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act I Scene 1: Belinda, Aeneas, Dido - ?See, your royal guest appears?
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act I Scene 1: Chorus - ?Cupid only throws the dart?
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act I Scene 1: Aeneas - ?If not for mine, for Empire?s sake?
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act I Scene 1: Belinda - ?Pursue thy conquest love?
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act I Scene 1 - Guitars? Chaconne
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act I Scene 1: Chorus - ?To the hills and the vales?
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act I Scene 1: The Triumphing Dance
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act II Scene 1: Prelude for the Witches (Sorceress & First Witch) - ?Wayward sisters?
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act II Scene 1: Chorus - ?Harm?s our delight?
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act II Scene 1: Sorceress - ?The Queen of Carthage, whom we hate?
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act II Scene 1: Chorus - ?Ho ho ho, ho ho ho!?
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act II Scene 1: First & Second Witches, Sorceress - ?Ruin?d ere the set of sun??
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act II Scene 1: Chorus - ?Ho ho ho, ho ho ho!? (Reprise)
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act II Scene 1: First & Second Witches -?But, ere we this perform?
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act II Scene 1: Chorus - ?In our deep vaulted cell?
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act II Scene 1: Echo Dance of Furies
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act II Scene 2: Ritornelle
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act II Scene 2: Belinda & Chorus - ?Thanks to these lonesome vales?
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act II Scene 2: Second Woman - ?Oft she visits this lone mountain?
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act II Scene 2: Aeneas & Dido - ?Behold, upon my bended spear?
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act II Scene 2: Belinda & Chorus - ?Haste to town?
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act II Scene 2: Spirit & Aeneas: ?Stay, Prince! and hear great Jove?s command?
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act III Scene 1: The Sailor?s Dance I
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act III Scene 1: Drunken Sailor & Chorus - ?Come away, fellow sailors?
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act III Scene 1: The Sailor?s Dance II
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act III Scene 1: Sorceress, First & Second Witches - ?See, the flags and streamers curling?
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act III Scene 1: Sorceress - ?Our next motion?
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act III Scene 1: Chorus - ?Destruction?s our delight?
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act III Scene 1: The Witches? Dance
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act III Scene 2: Dido, Belinda & Aeneas - ?Your counsel all is urged in vain?
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act III Scene 2: Chorus - ?Great minds against themselves conspire?
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act III Scene 2: Dido - ?Thy hand, Belinda, darkness shades me?
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act III Scene 2: Dido - ?When I am laid in earth?
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act III Scene 2: Chorus - ?With drooping wings?
Introduction
Act I Scene 1: Duet: Click, clack, click, clack (Simon, Joan)
Act I Scene 1: Chorus with Solos: Hobble, hobble, now we've caught her (Chorus, Joan, Simon)
Act I Scene 1: Semi-Chorus: Maidens and men of Mirlemont town (Chorus)
Act I Scene 1: Prayer: Dear Mary Mother, unto thee I bring (Laine)
Act I Scene 1: Quartet: Who stands within? (Simon, Joan, Devil, Laine)
Act I Scene 1: Recitative and Song: Since it dwelt in that rock whose hallowed crest (Devil)
Act I Scene 1: Appearance of Laine
Act I Scene 1: Change of Scene
Act I Scene 2: Full Chorus: The bells are ringing o'er Mirlemont town (Chorus)
Act I Scene 2: Full Chorus: Maidens and men of Mirlemont town (Chorus)
Act I Scene 2: Duet: My name is crazy Jacqueline (Jacqueline, Devil)
Act I Scene 2: The bells are ringing o'er Mirlemont town (Chorus)
Act I Scene 2: Scene: Know ye all, both great and small (Nicholas, Philip)
Act I Scene 2: Scene: I am Loyse from St. Denis (Loyse, Chorus, Saida, Philip, Nicholas)
Act I Scene 2: Scene: In the hills beyond Florennes (Isabeau, Chorus, Saida, Devil, Philip, Nicholas)
Act I Scene 2: Scene: I am Barbe of Bovigny (Barbe, Chorus)
Act I Scene 2: Finale: Go, bring forth old Simon's daughter! (Chorus)
Act I Scene 2: Finale: By Our Lady, she is fair! (Philip, Chorus, Nicholas, Saida)
Act I Scene 2: Finale: Oh, turn thine eyes away (Saida, Philip, Chorus)
Act I Scene 2: Finale: In vain ye plead, some magic spell enthralls him! (Saida, Guntran, Devil, Chorus, Joan, Simon, Philip)
Act I Scene 2: Finale: I can but tell I knelt and prayed (Laine, Philip, Chorus)
Act III Scene 1: Change of Scene
Act III Scene 2: Chorus and Dance: O'er Mirlemont city the banners are flying (Chorus)
Act III Scene 2: Exit of Guntran and Crowd
Act III Scene 2: Finale: Hail to the lord of our land! (Chorus, Guntran, Joan, Laine, Simon, Jacqueline, Philip, Devil)
Act I Scene 1: To the Children
Act I Scene 1: In the village of Bourcelles in the Swiss ...
Act I Scene 1: Just then a lamplighter ...
Act I Scene 1: At that time, Henry had told him about the old railway ...
Act I Scene 1: ... the mother of them all
Act I Scene 1: Oh! But I'm forgetting the most important one of all.
Act I Scene 1: They were always eager to hear his poetry
Act I Scene 1: And suddenly a new, enormous thing stirred in their father's heart
Act I Scene 1: As though on cue
Act I Scene 1: To the Children: That's odd, said Mother
Act I Scene 1: ... gold and had put it on for warmth against the cool evening air
Act I Scene 1: Before them stood an extremely dishevelled figure holding a suitcase
Act I Scene 1: As Daddy took charge of the luggage
Act I Scene 1: We want to tell you something
Act I Scene 1: All the rules I swear to keep
Act I Scene 1: Are you sure you have everything you need?
Act II Scene 1: The Blue-eyed Fairy
Act II Scene 1: They found a clearing with the open sky above them
Act II Scene 1: Henry explained that the Pleiades had been attendants upon Artemis ...
Act II Scene 1: The Sun has Gone
Act II Scene 1: The Sun has Gone: Now, cats are curious creatures, and Riquette was no exception
Act II Scene 1: Turning towards the open window ...
Act II Scene 1: At length Jinny came out of the cave and came over to them
Act II Scene 1: Then there's Madame Jequier and dear Miss Waghorn
Act II Scene 1: Could it be?
Act II Scene 1: And with that the first passenger hurried by them
Act II Scene 1: The Sweep
Act II Scene 1: Then a fantastic, light, twirling creature ...
Act II Scene 1: I'm ev'rywhere
Act II Scene 1: And the shabby Tramp, playing his barrel organ
Act II Scene 1: Well, let's see now
Act II Scene 1: Wake up, you little Night Winds
Act II Scene 1: Dance of the Winds
Act II Scene 1: But where's Cousin Henry?
Act II Scene 1: I'm ev'rywhere: Ah! Anyone gazing skywards at that moment ...
Act II Scene 1: Sun Dance
Act II Scene 2: Madame Jequier's constant anxiety ...
Act II Scene 2: Dandelions, Daffodils
Act II Scene 2: In her attic chamber above
Act II Scene 2: Henry turned to the children
Act II Scene 3: At the Citadelle
Act II Scene 3: O, stars shine brightly
Act II Scene 3: The Sprites had almost finished their task
Act II Scene 3: The Sprites flitted out, back to the Starlight Express
Act II Scene 3: Dawn Song
Act III Scene 1: My Old Tunes
Act III Scene 1: Dandelions, Daffodils
Act III Scene 1: Miss Waghorn, whose confusion of mind ...
Act III Scene 1: My main idea is this ...
Act III Scene 1: Then Mother spoke ...
Act III Scene 1: A few days later Henry left to return to London
Act III Scene 2: It was late evening on the day of his arrival
Act III Scene 2: And suddenly he remembered an extraordinary conversation ...
Act III Scene 2: All three children, perhaps sent back from their nocturnal enterprises ...
Act III Scene 2: Sympathy - Hearts must be soft-shiny dressed'
Act III Scene 2: Jinny said, with her characteristic gravity ...
I. To the Children
II. Andantino
III. The Blue-eyed Fairy
IV. The sun has gone
V. Andantino
VI. Lento
VII. Allegro
VIII. I'm ev'rywhere
IX. Wake up, you little Night Winds
X. Dance of the Winds
XI. Lento
XII. Sun Dance
XIII. Andante
XIV. Allegretto
XV. O, Stars Shine Brightly
XVI. Dawn Song
XVII. My Old Tunes
XVIII. Dandelions, Daffodils
XIX. Moderato
XX. Hearts must be soft-shiny dressed
XXI. Grandioso
I. Ad pedes: Sonata
I. Ad pedes: Ecce super montes pedes
I. Ad pedes: Salve mundi salutare
I. Ad pedes: Ecce super montes pedes
I. Ad pedes: Salve mundi salutare
II. Ad genua: Sonata in tremulo
II. Ad genua: Ad ubera portabimini
II. Ad genua: Salve Jesu, rex sanctorum
II. Ad genua: Ad ubera portabimini
III. Ad manus: Sonata
III. Ad manus: Quid sunt plagae
III. Ad manus: Salve Jesu, pastor bone
III. Ad manus: Quid sunt plagae
IV. Ad latus: Sonata
IV. Ad latus: Surge, amica mea, speciosa mea
IV. Ad latus: Salve latus salvatoris
IV. Ad latus: Surge, amica mea, speciosa mea
V. Ad pectus: Sonata
V. Ad pectus: Sicut modo geniti infantes rationabiles
V. Ad pectus: Salve, salus mea, Deus
V. Ad pectus: Sicut modo geniti infantes rationabiles
VI. Ad cor: Sonata
VI. Ad cor: Vulnerasti cor meum
VI. Ad cor: Summi regis cor, aveto
VI. Ad cor: Vulnerasti cor meum
VII. Ad faciem: Sonata
VII. Ad faciem: Illustra faciem tuam
VII. Ad faciem: Salve, caput cruentatum
VII. Ad faciem: Amen
No. 1. Dawn at Sea
No. 2. Sea-Mist
No. 3. Song of the Drowned Man
No. 4. Black Gulls
No. 1. Through the Centuries
No. 2. Holding the Night
No. 3. Separation
No. 4. Drought
No. 5. Spring Rain
No. 6. Invocation to the Queen of Moonlight
No. 7. Our Magic Horse


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