Elsie Morison

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TITLE/COMPOSER
LABEL
"Già la notta s'avvicina"
"Ah, rammenta, O bella Irene"
"Pur nel sonno"
"T'intendo si mio cor"
"Che ciascun"
"Ascoltami, O Clori"
I. Allegro ma non troppo, un poco maestoso
II. Molto vivace
III. Adagio molto e cantabile
IV. Presto - allegro assai
The Gondoliers (or, The King of Barataria): Overture
The Gondoliers (or, The King of Barataria), Act I: List and learn, ye dainty roses (Chorus)
The Gondoliers (or, The King of Barataria), Act I: Good morrow, pretty maids (Francesco, Antonio, Giorgio, Vittoria, Giulia)
The Gondoliers (or, The King of Barataria), Act I: For the merriest fellows (Antonio, Chorus, Fiametta)
The Gondoliers (or, The King of Barataria), Act I: Buon' giorno, signorine (Marco, Giuseppe, Chorus)
The Gondoliers (or, The King of Barataria), Act I: We're called gondolieri (Marco, Giuseppe)
The Gondoliers (or, The King of Barataria), Act I: And now to choose our brides (Marco, Giuseppe, Fiametta, Vittoria, Gianetta, Tessa, Chorus)
The Gondoliers (or, The King of Barataria), Act I: Thank you, gallant gondolieri (Gianetta, Tessa, Chorus)
The Gondoliers (or, The King of Barataria), Act I: From the sunny Spanish shore (Duke, Duchess, Casilda, Luiz)
The Gondoliers (or, The King of Barataria), Act I: In enterprise of martial kind (Duke, Casilda, Duchess, Luiz)
The Gondoliers (or, The King of Barataria), Act I: O rapture when alone (Casilda, Luiz)
The Gondoliers (or, The King of Barataria), Act I: There was a time (Luiz, Casilda)
The Gondoliers (or, The King of Barataria), Act I: I stole the Prince (Don Alhambra, Casilda, Luiz, Duke, Duchess)
The Gondoliers (or, The King of Barataria), Act I: But bless my heart (Casilda, Don Alhambra)
The Gondoliers (or, The King of Barataria), Act I: Try we life-long (Casilda, Duchess, Luiz, Duke, Don Alhambra)
The Gondoliers (or, The King of Barataria), Act I: Bridegroom and bride (Chorus)
The Gondoliers (or, The King of Barataria), Act I: When a merry maiden marries (Tessa, Chorus)
The Gondoliers (or, The King of Barataria), Act I: Kind sir, you cannot have the heart (Gianetta)
The Gondoliers (or, The King of Barataria), Act I: Do not give way (Don Alhambra, Gianetta, Tessa, Marco, Giuseppe)
The Gondoliers (or, The King of Barataria), Act I: Then one of us will be a queen (Gianetta, Tessa, Marco, Giuseppe)
The Gondoliers (or, The King of Barataria), Act I: Replying we sing (Marco, Giuseppe, Chorus)
The Gondoliers (or, The King of Barataria), Act I: For everyone who feels inclined (Marco, Giuseppe, Chorus)
The Gondoliers (or, The King of Barataria), Act I: Come, let's away (Marco, Giuseppe, Gianetta, Tessa)
The Gondoliers (or, The King of Barataria), Act I: Then away they go to an island fair (Chorus, Marco, Giuseppe, Gianetta, Tessa)
HMS Pinafore (or, The Lass that Loved a Sailor): Overture
HMS Pinafore (or, The Lass that Loved a Sailor), Act I: We sail the ocean blue (Sailors)
HMS Pinafore (or, The Lass that Loved a Sailor), Act I: Hail, men-o'-war's men (Buttercup)
HMS Pinafore (or, The Lass that Loved a Sailor), Act I: I'm called Little Buttercup (Buttercup)
HMS Pinafore (or, The Lass that Loved a Sailor), Act I: But tell me, who's the youth (Buttercup, Boatswain)
HMS Pinafore (or, The Lass that Loved a Sailor), Act I: The nightingale sighed for the moon's bright ray (Ralph, Sailors, Buttercup)
HMS Pinafore (or, The Lass that Loved a Sailor), Act I: A maiden fair to see (Ralph, Sailors)
HMS Pinafore (or, The Lass that Loved a Sailor), Act I: My gallant crew, good morning (Captain Corcoran, Sailors)
HMS Pinafore (or, The Lass that Loved a Sailor), Act I: I am the captain of the Pinafore (Captain Corcoran, Sailors)
HMS Pinafore (or, The Lass that Loved a Sailor), Act I: Sir, you are sad (Buttercup, Captain Corcoran)
HMS Pinafore (or, The Lass that Loved a Sailor), Act I: Sorry her lot who loves too well (Josephine)
HMS Pinafore (or, The Lass that Loved a Sailor), Act I: Over the bright blue sea (Female Relatives of Sir Joseph Porter, Sailors, Captain Corcoran)
HMS Pinafore (or, The Lass that Loved a Sailor), Act I: I am the monarch of the sea (Sir Joseph, Hebe, Relatives, Sailors)
HMS Pinafore (or, The Lass that Loved a Sailor), Act I: When I was a lad I served a term (Sir Joseph, Relatives, Sailors)
HMS Pinafore (or, The Lass that Loved a Sailor), Act I: A British tar is a soaring soul (Ralph, Boatswain, Boatswain's Mate, Sailors)
HMS Pinafore (or, The Lass that Loved a Sailor), Act I: Refrain, audacious tar (Josephine, Ralph)
HMS Pinafore (or, The Lass that Loved a Sailor), Act I: Can I survive this overbearing (Ralph, Sailors, Hebe, Relatives, Dick, Josephine)
HMS Pinafore (or, The Lass that Loved a Sailor), Act I: Oh joy, oh rapture unforeseen (Ralph, Josephine, Sailors, Relatives, Dick)
HMS Pinafore (or, The Lass that Loved a Sailor), Act I: This very night (Josephine, Hebe, Ralph, Boatswain, Relatives, Sailors, Dick)
HMS Pinafore (or, The Lass that Loved a Sailor), Act I: Let's give three cheers (Josephine, Hebe, Ralph, Boatswain, Relatives, Sailors)
HMS Pinafore (or, The Lass that Loved a Sailor), Act I: Entr'acte
HMS Pinafore (or, The Lass that Loved a Sailor), Act II: Fair moon to thee I sing (Captain Corcoran)
HMS Pinafore (or, The Lass that Loved a Sailor), Act II: Things are seldom what they seem (Buttercup, Captain Corcoran)
HMS Pinafore (or, The Lass that Loved a Sailor), Act II: The hours creep on apace (Josephine)
Trial by Jury: Oh joy unbounded (Plaintiff, Counsel, Defendant, Usher, Judge, Others)
Iolanthe (or, The Peer and the Peri): Overture
Iolanthe (or, The Peer and the Peri), Act I: Tripping hither, tripping thither (Celia, Leila, Fairies)
Iolanthe (or, The Peer and the Peri), Act I: Iolanthe! (Queen of the Fairies, Iolanthe, Celia, Leila, Fairies)
Iolanthe (or, The Peer and the Peri), Act I: Good morrow, good mother (Strephon, Fairies)
Iolanthe (or, The Peer and the Peri), Act I: Fare thee well, attractive stranger (Queen, Fairies)
Iolanthe (or, The Peer and the Peri), Act I: Good morrow, good lover (Phyllis, Strephon)
Iolanthe (or, The Peer and the Peri), Act I: None shall part us from each other (Phyllis, Strephon)
Iolanthe (or, The Peer and the Peri), Act I: Loudly let the trumpet bray! (Peers)
Iolanthe (or, The Peer and the Peri), Act I: The Law is the true embodiment (Lord Chancellor, Peers)
Iolanthe (or, The Peer and the Peri), Act I: My well-loved lord and guardian dear (Phyllis, Peers)
Iolanthe (or, The Peer and the Peri), Act I: Of all the young ladies I know (Tolloller, Mountararat, Phyllis, Peers)
Iolanthe (or, The Peer and the Peri), Act I: Nay, tempt me not (Phyllis)
Iolanthe (or, The Peer and the Peri), Act I: Spurn not the nobly born (Tolloller, Peers)
Iolanthe (or, The Peer and the Peri), Act I: My Lords, it may not be (Phyllis, Lord Chancellor, Strephon, Peers)
Iolanthe (or, The Peer and the Peri), Act I: A shepherd I (Strephon, Tolloller, Mountararat, Lord Chancellor, Peers)
Iolanthe (or, The Peer and the Peri), Act I: When I went to the Bar as a very young man (Lord Chancellor)
Iolanthe (or, The Peer and the Peri), Act I: When darkly looms the day (Strephon, Mountararat, Iolanthe, Tolloller, Phyllis, Peers)
Iolanthe (or, The Peer and the Peri), Act I: Oh, shameless one, tremble! (Phyllis, Strephon, Tolloller, Lord Chancellor, Peers)
Iolanthe (or, The Peer and the Peri), Act I: In babyhood upon her lap I lay (Strephon, Lord Chancellor, Mountararat, Phyllis, Peers)
Iolanthe (or, The Peer and the Peri), Act I: For riches and rank I do not long (Phyllis)
Iolanthe (or, The Peer and the Peri), Act I: To you I give my heart (Phyllis, Tolloller, Mountararat, Peers, Strephon)
Iolanthe (or, The Peer and the Peri), Act I: Tripping hither, tripping thither (Fairies)
Iolanthe (or, The Peer and the Peri), Act I: The lady of my love (Strephon, Queen, Lord Chancellor, Tolloller, Mountararat, Fairies, Peers)
Iolanthe (or, The Peer and the Peri), Act I: Go away, madam (Lord Chancellor, Queen, Phyllis, Fairies, Peers)
Iolanthe (or, The Peer and the Peri), Act I: Oh, Chancellor unwary (Queen, Lord Chancellor, Celia, Leila, Fairies, Peers)
Iolanthe (or, The Peer and the Peri), Act I: With Strephon for your foe (all)
Iolanthe (or, The Peer and the Peri), Act II: When all night long a chap remains (Sentry Song) (Private Willis)
Iolanthe (or, The Peer and the Peri), Act II: Strephon's a Member of Parliament (Fairies, Peers)
Iolanthe (or, The Peer and the Peri), Act II: When Britain really ruled the waves (Mountararat, Fairies, Peers)
Iolanthe (or, The Peer and the Peri), Act II: In vain to us you plead (Leila, Celia, Fairies, Tolloller, Mountararat, Peers)
Iolanthe (or, The Peer and the Peri), Act II: Oh, foolish fay (Queen, Fairies)
Iolanthe (or, The Peer and the Peri), Act II: Tho' p'r'aps I may incur your blame (Phyllis, Tolloller, Mountararat, Willis)
Iolanthe (or, The Peer and the Peri), Act II: Love, unrequited, robs me of my rest (Lord Chancellor)
Iolanthe (or, The Peer and the Peri), Act II: When you're lying awake with a dismal headache (Nightmare Song) (Lord Chancellor)
Iolanthe (or, The Peer and the Peri), Act II: If you go in, you're sure to win (Tolloller, Mountararat, Lord Chancellor)
Iolanthe (or, The Peer and the Peri), Act II: If we're weak enough to tarry (Strephon, Phyllis)
Iolanthe (or, The Peer and the Peri), Act II: My Lord, a suppliant at your feet I kneel (Iolanthe)
Iolanthe (or, The Peer and the Peri), Act II: He loves! If in the bygone years (Iolanthe)
Iolanthe (or, The Peer and the Peri), Act II: It may not be (Lord Chancellor, Iolanthe, Queen, Fairies)
Iolanthe (or, The Peer and the Peri), Act II: Soon as we may (all)
The Mikado (or, The Town of Titipu): Overture
The Mikado (or, The Town of Titipu), Act I: If you want to know who we are (Nobles)
The Mikado (or, The Town of Titipu), Act I: Gentlemen, I pray you tell me (Nanki-Poo, A Noble)
The Mikado (or, The Town of Titipu), Act I: A wand'ring minstrel, I (Nanki-Poo, Nobles)
The Mikado (or, The Town of Titipu), Act I: Our great Mikado, virtuous man (Pish-Tush, Nobles)
The Mikado (or, The Town of Titipu), Act I: Young man, despair (Pooh-Bah, Nanki-Poo, Pish-Tush)
The Mikado (or, The Town of Titipu), Act I: And have I journey'd for a month (Nanki-Poo, Pooh-Bah)
The Mikado (or, The Town of Titipu), Act I: Behold the Lord High Executioner! (Nobles, Ko-Ko)
The Mikado (or, The Town of Titipu), Act I: As some day it may happen (Ko-Ko, Nobles)
The Mikado (or, The Town of Titipu), Act I: Comes a train of little ladies (Girls)
The Mikado (or, The Town of Titipu), Act I: Three little maids from school (Yum-Yum, Peep-Bo, Pitti-Sing, Girls)
The Mikado (or, The Town of Titipu), Act I: So please you, sir, we much regret (Yum-Yum, Peep-Bo, Pitti-Sing, Pooh-Bah, Girls)
The Mikado (or, The Town of Titipu), Act I: Were you not to Ko-Ko plighted (Nanki-Poo, Yum-Yum)
The Mikado (or, The Town of Titipu), Act I: I am so proud (Pooh-Bah, Ko-Ko, Pish-Tush)
The Mikado (or, The Town of Titipu), Act I: With aspect stern (Nobles, Girls, Pooh-Bah, Ko-Ko, Nanki-Poo, Yum-Yum, Others)
The Mikado (or, The Town of Titipu), Act I: Your revels cease (Katisha, Nanki-Poo, Pitti-Sing, Yum-Yum, Others)
Patience (or, Bunthorne's Bride): Overture
Patience (or, Bunthorne's Bride), Act I: Twenty lovesick maidens we (Maidens, Angela, Ella)
Patience (or, Bunthorne's Bride), Act I: Still brooding on their mad infatuation (Patience, Saphir, Angela, Maidens)
Patience (or, Bunthorne's Bride), Act I: I cannot tell what this love may be (Patience, Maidens)
Patience (or, Bunthorne's Bride), Act I: The soldiers of our Queen (Dragoons, Colonel Calverley)
Patience (or, Bunthorne's Bride), Act I: In a doleful train (Ella, Angela, Saphir, Maidens, Dragoons, Bunthorne)
Patience (or, Bunthorne's Bride), Act I: When I first put this uniform on (Colonel Calverley)
Patience (or, Bunthorne's Bride), Act I: Am I alone and unobserved? (Bunthorne)
Patience (or, Bunthorne's Bride), Act I: Long years ago, fourteen maybe (Patience, Angela)
Patience (or, Bunthorne's Bride), Act I: Prithee pretty maiden (Grosvenor, Patience)
Patience (or, Bunthorne's Bride), Act I: Let the merry cymbals sound (Maidens)
Patience (or, Bunthorne's Bride), Act I: Now tell us, we pray you (Duke, Colonel, Major, Dragoons, Bunthorne, Maidens)
Patience (or, Bunthorne's Bride), Act I: Your maiden hearts (Duke, Dragoons, Maidens)
Patience (or, Bunthorne's Bride), Act I: Come walk up and purchase with avidity (Bunthorne, Maidens, Dragoons, Jane, Patience)
Patience (or, Bunthorne's Bride), Act I: True love must single-hearted be (Patience, Bunthorne, Colonel, Major, Saphir, Angela)
Patience (or, Bunthorne's Bride), Act I: I hear the soft note (All)
Patience (or, Bunthorne's Bride), Act II: On such eyes as maidens cherish (Maidens)
Patience (or, Bunthorne's Bride), Act II: Sad is that woman's lot (Jane)
Patience (or, Bunthorne's Bride), Act II: Turn, oh turn in this direction (Maidens)
Patience (or, Bunthorne's Bride), Act II: A magnet hung in a hardware shop (Grosvenor, Maidens)
Patience (or, Bunthorne's Bride), Act II: Love is a plaintive song (Patience)
Patience (or, Bunthorne's Bride), Act II: So go to him and say to him (Jane, Bunthorne)
Patience (or, Bunthorne's Bride), Act II: It's clear that medieval art alone retains its zest (Duke, Major, Colonel)
Patience (or, Bunthorne's Bride), Act II: If Saphir I choose to marry (Duke, Major, Saphir, Angela, Colonel)
Patience (or, Bunthorne's Bride), Act II: When I go out of door (Bunthorne, Grosvenor)
Patience (or, Bunthorne's Bride), Act II: I'm a Waterloo House young man (Grosvenor, Maidens)
Patience (or, Bunthorne's Bride), Act II: After much debate internal (Duke, Bunthorne, All)
Ruddigore (or, The Witch's Curse), Act I: If somebody there chanced to be (Rose)
Ruddigore (or, The Witch's Curse), Act I: I know a youth who loves a little maid (Rose, Robin)
Ruddigore (or, The Witch's Curse), Act I: The battle's roar is over (Richard, Rose)
Ruddigore (or, The Witch's Curse), Act I: In sailing o'er life's ocean wide (Rose, Richard, Robin)
Ruddigore (or, The Witch's Curse), Act I: When the buds are blossoming (Rose, Hannah, Richard, Adam, Chorus)
Ruddigore (or, The Witch's Curse), Act I: Hold, bride and bridegroom (Sir Despard, Rose, Robin, Zorah, Richard, Margaret, Chorus)
The Yeomen of the Guard (or, The Merryman and his Maid): Overture
The Yeomen of the Guard (or, The Merryman and his Maid), Act I: When maiden loves she sits and sighs (Phoebe)
The Yeomen of the Guard (or, The Merryman and his Maid), Act I: Tower warders, under orders (People, Yeomen of the Guard, Second Yeoman)
The Yeomen of the Guard (or, The Merryman and his Maid), Act I: When our gallant Norman foes (Dame Carruthers, Yeomen)
The Yeomen of the Guard (or, The Merryman and his Maid), Act I: Alas, I waver to and fro (Phoebe, Leonard, Meryll)
The Yeomen of the Guard (or, The Merryman and his Maid), Act I: Is life a boon? (Fairfax)
The Yeomen of the Guard (or, The Merryman and his Maid), Act I: Here's a man of jollity (Crowd)
The Yeomen of the Guard (or, The Merryman and his Maid), Act I: I have a song to sing, O! (Elsie, Point, Crowd)
The Yeomen of the Guard (or, The Merryman and his Maid), Act I: How say you maiden (Lieutenant, Point, Elsie)
The Yeomen of the Guard (or, The Merryman and his Maid), Act I: I've jibe and joke (Point)
The Yeomen of the Guard (or, The Merryman and his Maid), Act I: 'Tis done! I am a bride! (Elsie)
The Yeomen of the Guard (or, The Merryman and his Maid), Act I: Were I thy bride (Phoebe)
The Yeomen of the Guard (or, The Merryman and his Maid), Act I: Oh, Sergeant Meryll, is it true? (Yeomen, Meryll, Fairfax, Phoebe, Wilfred, People, Elsie, Lieutenant, Dame Carruthers, Point)
The Yeomen of the Guard (or, The Merryman and his Maid), Act II: Night has spread her pall once more (People, Dame Carruthers, Yeomen)
The Yeomen of the Guard (or, The Merryman and his Maid), Act II: A private buffoon is a light-hearted loon (Point)
The Yeomen of the Guard (or, The Merryman and his Maid), Act II: Here-upon we're both agreed (Point, Wilfred)
The Yeomen of the Guard (or, The Merryman and his Maid), Act II: Free from his fetters grim (Fairfax)
The Yeomen of the Guard (or, The Merryman and his Maid), Act II: Strange adventure! (Kate, Dame Carruthers, Fairfax, Meryll)
The Yeomen of the Guard (or, The Merryman and his Maid), Act II: Hark! What was that, sir? (Meryll, Fairfax, Yeomen, People, Lieutenant, Wilfred, Point, Elsie, Phoebe)
The Yeomen of the Guard (or, The Merryman and his Maid), Act II: A man who would woo a fair maid (Fairfax, Elsie, Phoebe)
The Yeomen of the Guard (or, The Merryman and his Maid), Act II: When a wooer goes a-wooing (Elsie, Fairfax, Point, Phoebe)
The Yeomen of the Guard (or, The Merryman and his Maid), Act II: Rapture, rapture! (Dame Carruthers, Meryll)
The Yeomen of the Guard (or, The Merryman and his Maid), Act II: Comes the pretty young bride (All)
Solomon (2005 Digital Remaster): Overture
Solomon (2005 Digital Remaster): Double Chorus: Your harps & cymbals sound
Solomon (2005 Digital Remaster): Recitative: Almighty Power, who rul'st the earth & skies
Solomon (2005 Digital Remaster): Double Chorus: With pious heart & holy tongue
Solomon (2005 Digital Remaster): Recitative: Imperial Solomon, thy prayers are heard
Solomon (2005 Digital Remaster): Air: Sacred raptures cheer my breast
Solomon (2005 Digital Remaster): Recitative: Blest be the Lord
Solomon (2005 Digital Remaster): Air: What though I trace each herb & flower
Solomon (2005 Digital Remaster): Air: Bless'd be the day
Solomon (2005 Digital Remaster): Recitative: Thou fair inhabitant of Nile
Solomon (2005 Digital Remaster): Duet: Welcome as the dawn of day
Solomon (2005 Digital Remaster): Recitative: When thou art absent from my sight
Solomon (2005 Digital Remaster): Air: With thee the unsheltered moor I'd tread
Solomon (2005 Digital Remaster): Recitative: My blooming fair, come, come away
Solomon (2005 Digital Remaster): Chorus: May no rash intruder disturb their soft hours
Handel: Solomon, HWV 67, Act 3: Sinfonia
Solomon (2005 Digital Remaster): Recitative: From Arabia's spicy shores
Solomon (2005 Digital Remaster): Air: Ev'ry sight these eyes behold
Solomon (2005 Digital Remaster): Recitative: Sweep, sweep the string
Solomon (2005 Digital Remaster): Solo & Chorus: Music, spread thy voice around
Solomon (2005 Digital Remaster): Air & Chorus: Now a diff'rent measure try
Solomon (2005 Digital Remaster): Recitative & Chorus: Then, at once, from rage remove
Solomon (2005 Digital Remaster): Recitative: Next the tortured soul release
Solomon (2005 Digital Remaster): Chorus: Thus rolling surges rise
Solomon (2005 Digital Remaster): Recitative: Thy harmony's divine, great King!
Solomon (2005 Digital Remaster): Chorus: From the censer curling rise
Solomon (2005 Digital Remaster): Chorus: From the East unto to the West
Solomon (2005 Digital Remaster): Recitative: Thrice happy King!
Solomon (2005 Digital Remaster): Air: Golden columns, fair & bright
Solomon (2005 Digital Remaster): Air: Beneath the vine
Solomon (2005 Digital Remaster): Recitative: Gold is now common
Solomon (2005 Digital Remaster): Air: How green our fertile pastures look
Solomon (2005 Digital Remaster): Chorus: Swell the full chorus to Solomon's praise
Solomon (2005 Digital Remaster): Recitative: May peace in Salem ever dwell
Solomon (2005 Digital Remaster): Air: Will the sun forget to streak
Solomon (2005 Digital Remaster): Recitative: Adieu, fair Queen
Solomon (2005 Digital Remaster): Recitative: Double chorus: Praise the Lord
The Seasons (2004 Digital Remaster), Spring: Overture
The Seasons (2004 Digital Remaster), Spring: Recitative: O see where cruel Winter flies
The Seasons (2004 Digital Remaster), Spring: Chorus: Come, gentle Spring!
The Seasons (2004 Digital Remaster), Spring: Recitative: From Aries rolls at last the bounteous sun
The Seasons (2004 Digital Remaster), Spring: Air: Now fairly runs the farmer's boy
The Seasons (2004 Digital Remaster), Spring: Recitative: The farmer has his work achieved
The Seasons (2004 Digital Remaster), Spring: Trio and chorus: Be now gracious, smiling heaven!
The Seasons (2004 Digital Remaster), Spring: Recitative: Now heard are all our prayers
The Seasons (2004 Digital Remaster), Spring: Trio and Chorus: O how lovely gleams the outlook
The Seasons (2004 Digital Remaster), Spring: Chorus and Trio: Ageless! Powerful! Bountiful God!
The Seasons (2004 Digital Remaster), Summer: Recitative: In dove-grey mantle drawing near
The Seasons (2004 Digital Remaster), Summer: Air: The lively swain is gath'ring now his happy flocks
The Seasons (2004 Digital Remaster), Summer: Recitative: The rosy morning breaks forth
The Seasons (2004 Digital Remaster), Summer: Trio and Chorus: He's mounting up, the Sun
The Seasons (2004 Digital Remaster), Summer: Recitative: Now all are a stir
The Seasons (2004 Digital Remaster), Summer: Recitative: The midday sun is burning now
The Seasons (2004 Digital Remaster), Summer: Cavatina: Oppress'd succumbs all Nature now
The Seasons (2004 Digital Remaster), Summer: Recitative: Oh welcome now, you shadier grove
The Seasons (2004 Digital Remaster), Summer: Air: So reviving to the senses
The Seasons (2004 Digital Remaster), Summer: Recitative: Oh see! Now rising in the sultry air
The Seasons (2004 Digital Remaster), Summer: Chorus: Hark the tempset drawing night
The Seasons (2004 Digital Remaster), Summer: Trio and Chorus: The gloomy clouds now part aside
The Seasons (2004 Digital Remaster), Winter: Recitative: Remains, alone, and is our guide
The Seasons (2004 Digital Remaster), Winter: Trio and Chorus: Then breaks the glorious day at last
Spring: Overture
Spring: Recitative: O see where cruel Winter (Simon)
Spring: Come, gentle Spring! (Chorus)
Spring: Recitative: From Aries rolls at last (Simon)
Spring: Air: Now fairly runs the farmer's boy (Simon)
Spring: Recitative: The farmer has his work acheived (Lukas)
Spring: Be now gracious, smiling heaven! (Nancy, Lukas, Simon, Chorus)
Spring: Recitative: Now heard are all our prayers (Nancy)
Spring: O how lovely gleams (Nancy, Lukas, Simon, Chorus)
Spring: Ageless! Powerful! Bountiful God! (Chorus, Nancy, Lukas, Simon)
Summer: Recitative: In dove-grey mantle (Lukas)
Summer: Air: The lively swain is gathering (Nancy)
Summer: Recitative: The rosy morning now breaks forth (Nancy)
Summer: He's mounting up, the Sun (Lukas, Nancy, Simon, Chorus)
Summer: Recitative: Now all are a stir (Simon)
Summer: Recitative: The midday sun is burning now (Lukas)
Summer: Cavatina: Oppress'd succumbs all Nature now (Lukas)
Summer: Recitative: Oh welcome now, you shadier grove (Nancy)
Summer: Air: So reviving to the senses (Nancy)
Summer: Recitative: Oh see! Now rising in the sultry air (Simon)
Summer: Hark the tempset drawing nigh! (Chorus)
Summer: The gloomy clouds now part aside (Lukas, Nancy, Simon, Chorus)
Winter: Recitative: Remains, alone (Simon)
Winter: Trio and Finale: Then breaks the glorious day (Simon, Lukas, Chorus, Nancy)
The Mikado (or, The Town of Titipu) (1987 - Remaster): Overture
The Mikado (or, The Town of Titipu) (1987 - Remaster), Act I: If you want to know who we are (Nobles)
The Mikado (or, The Town of Titipu) (1987 - Remaster), Act I: Gentlemen, I pray you tell me (Nanki-Poo, A Noble)
The Mikado (or, The Town of Titipu) (1987 - Remaster), Act I: A wand'ring minstrel, I (Nanki-Poo, Nobles)
The Mikado (or, The Town of Titipu) (1987 - Remaster), Act I: Our great Mikado, virtuous man (Pish-Tush, Nobles)
The Mikado (or, The Town of Titipu) (1987 - Remaster), Act I: Young man, despair (Pooh-Bah, Nanki-Poo, Pish-Tush)
The Mikado (or, The Town of Titipu) (1987 - Remaster), Act I: And have I journey'd for a month (Nanki-Poo, Pooh-Bah)
The Mikado (or, The Town of Titipu) (1987 - Remaster), Act I: Behold the Lord High Executioner! (Nobles, Ko-Ko)
The Mikado (or, The Town of Titipu) (1987 - Remaster), Act I: As some day it may happen (Ko-Ko, Nobles)
The Mikado (or, The Town of Titipu) (1987 - Remaster), Act I: Comes a train of little ladies (Girls)
The Mikado (or, The Town of Titipu) (1987 - Remaster), Act I: Three little maids from school (Yum-Yum, Peep-Bo, Pitti-Sing, Girls)
The Mikado (or, The Town of Titipu) (1987 - Remaster), Act I: So please you, sir, we much regret (Yum-Yum, Peep-Bo, Pitti-Sing, Pooh-Bah, Girls)
The Mikado (or, The Town of Titipu) (1987 - Remaster), Act I: Were you not to Ko-Ko plighted (Nanki-Poo, Yum-Yum)
The Mikado (or, The Town of Titipu) (1987 - Remaster), Act I: I am so proud (Pooh-Bah, Ko-Ko, Pish-Tush)
The Mikado (or, The Town of Titipu) (1987 - Remaster), Act I: With aspect stern (Nobles, Girls, Pooh-Bah, Ko-Ko, Nanki-Poo, Yum-Yum, Others)
The Mikado (or, The Town of Titipu) (1987 - Remaster), Act I: Your revels cease (Katisha, Nanki-Poo, Pitti-Sing, Yum-Yum, Others)


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