Gillian Knight

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Act I: Overture
Act I: Introduzione, Scena - Buona notte, mia figlia
Act I: Recitativo e romanza - Temea restasse
Act I: Me, pellegrina ed orfana
Act I: Scena e duetto - M'aiuti, signorina
Act I: Ah, per sempre, o mio bell'angiol
Act I: Dimani si partirà
Act I: Scena finale - È tardi
Act II: Scene 1: Coro, Ballabile - Holà, holà, holà!
Act II: Scene 1: Scena - La cena è pronta
Act II: Scene 1: Canzone - Al suon del tamburo
Act II: Scene 1: Preghiera - Padre Eterno, Signor, pietà di noi
Act II: Scene 1: Scena - Viva la buona compagnia!
Act II: Scene 1: Poich'è imberbe... Ballata - Son Pereda, son ricco d'onore
Act II: Scene 1: Scena, coro e ripresa della danza - Sta bene
Act II: Scene 2: Aria - Son giunta! Grazie, o Dio!
Act II: Scene 2: Madre, pietosa Vergine
Act II: Scene 2: Scena - Chi siete?
Act II: Scene 2: Scena e duetto - Chi mi cerca?
Act II: Scene 2: Se voi scacciate questa pentita
Act II: Scene 3: Finale II - Il santo nome di Dio Signore
Act II: Scene 3: La Vergine degli angeli
Act III: Scene 1: Scena e romanza - Attenti al gioco
Act III: Scene 1: La vita è inferno all'infelice
Act III: Scene 1: O tu che in seno agli angeli
Act III: Scene 1: Scena, duettino e battaglia - Al tradimento! ... Amici in vita e in morte
Act III: Scene 1: Scena e duettino - Piano, qui posi
Act III: Scene 1: Solenne in quest'ora
Act III: Scene 1: Scena ed aria - Morir! Tremenda cosa!
Act III: Scene 1: Urna fatale del mio destino
Act III: Scene 2: Ronda - Compagni, sostiamo
Act III: Scene 2: Scena e duetto - Nè gustare m'è dato
Act III: Scene 2: Sleale! Il segreto
Act III: Scene 2: Fermi, arrestate!
Act III: Scene 2: Coro e strofe - Lorchè pifferi e tamburi
Act III: Scene 2: Scena ed arietta - Qua, vivandiere, un sorso
Act III: Scene 2: A buon mercato chi vuol comprare
Act III: Scene 2: Coro - Pane, pan, per carità
Act III: Scene 2: Coro, Tarantella - Nella guerra è la follia
Act III: Scene 2: Predica - Toh! Toh! Poffare il mondo!
Act III: Scene 2: Rataplan - Lasciatelo ch'ei vada... Rataplan, rataplan, rataplan!
Act IV: Scene 1: Coro ed aria buffa - Fate la carità
Act IV: Scene 1: Scena e duetto - Auf! Pazienza non v'ha
Act IV: Scene 1: Scena - Giunge qualcuno aprite
Act IV: Scene 1: Scena e duetto - Invano, Alvaro, ti celasti
Act IV: Scene 1: Le minacce, i fieri accenti
Act IV: Scene 1: Ah, una suora mi lasciasti
Act IV: Scene 2: Melodia - Pace, pace, mio Dio
Act IV: Scene 2: Scena e terzetto finale - Io muoio!
Act IV: Scene 2: Non imprecare, umiliati
Overture
We shall sail the ocean blue
Hail! Men o'war's men..I'm called little buttercup
The nightingale sighed
A maiden fair to see
My gallant crew...I am the Captain of the Pinafore
Sir, you are sad
Sorry her lot who loves too well
Over the bright blue sea
Sir Joseph's barge is seen
Now give three cheers...I am the monarch of the sea
When I was a lad
A British tar
Refrain, audacious tar
Can I survive this overbearing
Entracte
Fair moon to thee I sing
Things are seldom what they seem
The hours creep on apace
Never mind the why and wherefore
Kind Captain, I've important information
Carefully on tip-toe...He is an Englishman
Farewell, my own
A many years ago
A joy! Oh rapture unforseen
Overture
Twenty love-sick maidens we
Still brooding on their mad infatuation!
I cannot tell what this love may be
Twenty love-sick maidens we
The soldiers of our Queen
If you want a receipt for that popular mystery
In a doleful train two and two we walk all day
Twenty love-sick maidens we
When I first put this uniform on
Am I alone and unobserved?
If you're anxious for to shine in the high aesthetic..
Long years ago - fourteen, maybe
Prithee, pretty maiden - Prithee
Though to marry you
Let the merry cymbals sound
Now tell us, we pray you
Heart broken at my Patience's barbarity
Stay, we implore you, before our hopes are blighted
Your maiden hearts, ah, do steel
Come, walk up, and purchase with avidity
We've been thrown over, we're aware
And are you going a ticket to buy?
Hold! Stay your hand!
True love must single hearted be
I hear the soft note of the echoing voice
But who is this, whose god-like grace...
List Reginald, whilst I confess a love that's all...
On such eyes as maidens cherish
Sad is a woman's lot who, year by year
Silvered is the raven hair
Turn, oh turn in this direction
A magnet hung in a hardware shop
Love is a plaintive song
So go to him and say to him, with compliment ironical
It's clear that the mediaeval art alone retains...
If Saphir I choose to marry, I shall be fixed...
When I go out of the door
I'm a Waterloo House young man
After much debate internal, I on Lady Jane decide
Overture
1. Fair is rose as bright as May day
2. Sir Rupert Murgatroyd, his leisure and his riches
3. If somebody there chanced to be
I know a youth who loves a little maid
5. From the briny sea...I shipp'd, d'ye see
6. Hornpipe
7. My boy, you may take it from me
8. The battle's roar is over
9. In sailing o'er life's ocean wide
10. Cheerily carols the lark...To a garden full ... fposies
11. Welcome, gentry
12. Oh why am I moody and sad?
13. You understand? I think I do
14. Hail the bride of seventeen summers
15. Hold, bride and bridegroom
Overture, Original version
16. I once was as meek as a newborn lamb
17. Happily coupled are we
18. In bygone days I had thy love
19. Painted emblems of a race
When the night wind howls
21. He yields! He yields!
22. I once was a very abandon'd person
My eyes are fully open to my awful situation
24. There grew a little flower
25. Oh, happy the lily when kiss'd by the bee
Overture
"When maiden loves"
"Tower warders under orders"
When our gallant Norman foes
"Alas! I waver to and fro"
"Is life a boon?"
"Here's a man of jollity"
I have a song to sing, oh!
"How say you, maiden"
"I've jibe and joke"
"'Tis done! I am a bride!"
"Were I thy bride"
"Oh, Sergeant Meryll" - "Ye Tower Warders" - "Leonard Meryll!" - "Forbear, my friends" - "Didst thou not" - "Leonard!" - "As escort for the prisoner"
"Night has spread her pall once more"
"Oh! a private buffoon"
"Hereupon we're both agreed"
"Free from his fetters grim"
"Strange adventure!"
"Hark! What was that, sir?" - "Who fired that shot?" "Like a ghost his vigil keeping..." - "The river must be dragged"
"A man who would woo a fair maid"
"When a wooer goes a-wooing"
"Rapture, rapture!"
"Comes the pretty young bride" - "'Tis said to you" - "Hold, pretty one!"
My Boy, You May Take It From Me
I Know A Youth Who Loves A Little Maid
There Grew A Little Flower
The Battle's Roar Is Over
In Sailing O'er Life's Ocean Wide
Hereupon We're Both Agreed
I've Jibe And Joke
When A Wooer Goes A-Wooing
A Man Who Would Woo A Fair Maid
Act I: How Sharp-Ears was caught: Prelude
Act I: How Sharp-Ears was caught: Going to be a storm soon (Forester)
Act I: How Sharp-Ears was caught: Come on, old lady, and let's get the show started (Cricket, Caterpillar, Mosquito, Frog)
Act I: How Sharp-Ears was caught: Mummy! Mummy! What is that? (Vixen Cub, Forester)
Act I: How Sharp-Ears was caught: Pantomime
Act I: Sharp-Ears at the Forester's lakeside farmyard: Interlude
Act I: Sharp-Ears at the Forester's lakeside farmyard: Look at how big she's grown! (Forester, Forester's Wife, Vixen, Dog)
Act I: Sharp-Ears at the Forester's lakeside farmyard: I'm just the same too (Vixen)
Act I: Sharp-Ears at the Forester's lakeside farmyard: Look what we've got down 'ere (Pepik, Frantik, Vixen, Forester's Wife, Forester)
Act I: Sharp-Ears at the Forester's lakeside farmyard: Interlude (beginning) (Vixen), "Ou, ou!"
Act I: Sharp-Ears at the Forester's lakeside farmyard: Interlude (conclusion)
Act I: Sharp-Ears as politician: You should take a lesson from me! (Dog, Rooster, Hens, Chief Hen)
Act I: Sharp-Ears as politician: Sisters! Comrades! (Vixen, Hens, Rooster)
Act I: Sharp-Ears as politician: Come on then, don't be frightened (Chief Hen, Forester's Wife, Vixen, Forester)
Act II: Sharp-Ears expropriates a home: Prelude
Act II: Sharp-Ears expropriates a home: Ah! - Who's that out there screaming? (Vixen, Badger, Forest creatures)
Act II: Sharp-Ears expropriates a home: Interlude
Act II: Sharp-Ears expropriates a home: In my view parish things have got to be better! (Priest, Forester)
Act II: Sharp-Ears expropriates a home: Once long since, long ago (Forester, Schoolmaster, Priest, Pasek)
Act II: Sharp-Ears expropriates a home: Home now? (Forester, Pasek)
Act II: Sharp-Ears expropriates a home: Interlude
Act II: Sharp-Ears expropriates a home: Something is wrong with my equilibrium (Schoolmaster)
Act II: Sharp-Ears expropriates a home: Staccato! Flageoletti! (Schoolmaster)
Act II: Sharp-Ears expropriates a home: So remember to be a good man! (Priest)
Act II: Sharp-Ears expropriates a home: Memnestho aner agathos einai (Priest, Forester, Schoolmaster)
Act II: Sharp-Ears's courtship; Sharp-Ears's love and marriage: Interlude
Act II: Sharp-Ears's courtship; Sharp-Ears's love and marriage: O my God! He's so handsome! (Vixen, Fox)
Act II: Sharp-Ears's courtship; Sharp-Ears's love and marriage: One dark night (Vixen)
Act II: Sharp-Ears's courtship; Sharp-Ears's love and marriage: Fox Goldenstripe (Fox, Vixen)
Act II: Sharp-Ears's courtship; Sharp-Ears's love and marriage: Can it be that I am lovely? (Vixen, Fox)
Act II: Sharp-Ears's courtship; Sharp-Ears's love and marriage: Let me go! I am afraid of you! (Vixen, Fox)
Act II: Sharp-Ears's courtship; Sharp-Ears's love and marriage: If you had only seen what I saw just now (Owl, Jay, Vixen, Fox)
Act II: Sharp-Ears's courtship; Sharp-Ears's love and marriage: That's how it is! (Fox, Vixen, Woodpecker, Forest creatures)
Overture
"When maiden loves"
"Tower warders under orders"
When our gallant Norman foes
"Alas! I waver to and fro"
"Is life a boon?"
"Here's a man of jollity"
I have a song to sing, oh!
"How say you, maiden"
"I've jibe and joke"
"'Tis done! I am a bride!"
"Were I thy bride"
"Oh, Sergeant Meryll" - "Ye Tower Warders" - "Leonard Meryll!" - "Forbear, my friends" - "Didst thou not" - "Leonard!" - "As escort for the prisoner"
"Night has spread her pall once more"
"Oh! a private buffoon"
"Hereupon we're both agreed"
"Free from his fetters grim"
"Strange adventure!"
"Hark! What was that, sir?" - "Who fired that shot?" "Like a ghost his vigil keeping..." - "The river must be dragged"
"A man who would woo a fair maid"
"When a wooer goes a-wooing"
"Rapture, rapture!"
"Comes the pretty young bride" - "'Tis said to you" - "Hold, pretty one!"
Overture
We shall sail the ocean blue
Hail! Men o'war's men..I'm called little buttercup
The nightingale sighed
A maiden fair to see
My gallant crew...I am the Captain of the Pinafore
Sir, you are sad
Sorry her lot who loves too well
Over the bright blue sea
Sir Joseph's barge is seen
Now give three cheers...I am the monarch of the sea
When I was a lad
A British tar
Refrain, audacious tar
Can I survive this overbearing
Entracte
Fair moon to thee I sing
Things are seldom what they seem
The hours creep on apace
Never mind the why and wherefore
Kind Captain, I've important information
Carefully on tip-toe...He is an Englishman
Farewell, my own
A many years ago
A joy! Oh rapture unforseen
Scène 1. "Le vieil hiver a fait place au printemps"
Ronde des Paysans. "Les bergers quittent" - Scène 2. "Mais d'un éclat guerrier"
Marche hongroise
Scène 3. "Sans regrets j'ai quitté les riantes campagnes"
Chant de la fête de Pâques. "Christ vient de ressusciter!"
"Hélas! doux chant du ciel"
Scène 4. "O pure émotion!"
Scène 5. Choeur de buveurs. "A boire encor!"
Chanson de Brander. "Certain rat" - Fugue sur le thème de la chanson. "Amen"
"Vrai Dieu, messieurs"
Chanson de Méphistophélès. "Une puce gentille"
"Assez! fuyons ces lieux"
Scène 6. Air de Méphistophélès. "Voici des roses"
Songe de Faust. "Dors! heureux Faust"
Ballet des Sylphes
Scène 7. "Margarita!"
Choeurs de Soldats et Chanson d'Etudiants. "Villes entourées" - "Jam nox stellata velamina pandit"
(Prélude: La retraite)
Scène 8. Air de Faust. "Merci, doux crépuscule!"
Scène 9. "Je l'entends"
Scène 10. "Que l'air est étouffant"
Le roi de Thulé (Chanson gothique). "Autrefois un roi de Thulé"
Scène 11. Evocation. "Esprits des flammes inconstantes"
Menuet des Follets - Scène 12. "Maintenant chantons à cette belle"
Sérénade de Méphistophélès. "Devant la maison"
Scène 13. "Grands dieux!" - Trio et choeur. (Duo:) "Ange adoré"
Scène 14. "Allons, il est trop tard!" - "Je connais donc enfin"
Scène 15. Romance. "D'amour l'ardente flamme"
"Au son des trompettes"
Scène 16. Invocation à la Nature. "Nature immense"
Scène 17. Récitatif et Chasse. "A la voûte azurée"
Scène 18. La course à l'abîme. "Dans mon choeur retentit sa voix"
Scène 19. Pandaemonium. "Has! Irimiru Karabrao!" - "Tradioun marexil"
Scène 20. Epilogue sur la terre. "Alors, l'enfer se tut"
Scène 21. Le Ciel. "Laus! Laus!" - Apothéose de Marguerite. "Remonte au ciel, âme naïve"
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)
Act I: Overture
Act I: Introduzione, Scena - Buona notte, mia figlia
Act I: Recitativo e romanza - Temea restasse
Act I: Me, pellegrina ed orfana
Act I: Scena e duetto - M'aiuti, signorina
Act I: Ah, per sempre, o mio bell'angiol
Act I: Dimani si partirà
Act I: Scena finale - È tardi
Act II: Scene 1: Coro, Ballabile - Holà, holà, holà!
Act II: Scene 1: Scena - La cena è pronta
Act II: Scene 1: Canzone - Al suon del tamburo
Act II: Scene 1: Preghiera - Padre Eterno, Signor, pietà di noi
Act II: Scene 1: Scena - Viva la buona compagnia!
Act II: Scene 1: Poich'è imberbe... Ballata - Son Pereda, son ricco d'onore
Act II: Scene 1: Scena, coro e ripresa della danza - Sta bene
Act II: Scene 2: Aria - Son giunta! Grazie, o Dio!
Act II: Scene 2: Madre, pietosa Vergine
Act II: Scene 2: Scena - Chi siete?
Act II: Scene 2: Scena e duetto - Chi mi cerca?
Act II: Scene 2: Se voi scacciate questa pentita
La Forza del Destino: Act II: Scene 3: Il santo nome
Prelude
"Dell'invito trascorsa è già l'ora"
"Libiamo ne'lieti calici (Brindisi)
"Che è ciò?"
"Un dì felice, eterea"
"Ebben? che diavol fate?"
"Si ridesta in ciel l'aurora"
"E strano!" - "Ah, fors'è lui"
"Follie! Delirio vano è questo!" - "Sempre libera"
"Lunge da lei" - "De' miei bollenti spiriti"
"Annina, donde vieni?" - "Oh mio rimorso!"
"Alfredo?" "Per Parigi or or partiva"
"Pura siccome un angelo"
"Non sapete quale affetto"
"Un dì, quando le veneri"
"Ah! Dite alla giovine"
"Imponete" "Non amarlo ditegli"
"Dammi tu forza, o cielo!"
"Che fai?" "Nulla"
"Ah, vive sol quel core"
"Di Provenza il mar, il suol"
"Né rispondi d'un padre all'affetto?" - "No, non udrai rimproveri"
"Avrem lieta di maschere la notte"
"Noi siamo zingarelle"
"Di Madride noi siam mattadori"
"Alfredo! Voi!"
"Invitato a qui seguirmi"
"Ogni suo aver tal femmina"
"Di sprezzo degno se stesso rende"
"Alfredo, Alfredo, di questo core"
Prelude
"Annina?" "Comandate?"
"Addio del passato"
"Largo a quadrupede"
"Signora..." "Che t'accade?"
"Parigi, o cara, noi lasceremo"
"Ah, non più!" - "Ah! Gran Dio! Morir sì giovine"
"Ah, Violetta!" "Voi? Signor?"
"Prendi, quest'è l'immagine"
1. Kyrie
2. Gloria
3. Credo
4. Sanctus
5. Benedictus
6. Agnus Dei
Overture (Preludio)
Introduzione. "Della mia bella incognita borghese"
"Questa o quella...Partite? Crudele!"
"Gran nuova! Gran nuova!" - "Tutto è gioia, tutto è festa" (Scena e Coro)
"Ch'io gli parti...Voi congiuraste contro noi"
"Quel vecchio maledivami...Va, non ho niente"
Scena e Duetto. "Pari siamo"
"Figlia..Mio padre!"..."Quanto dolor"
"Veglia, o donna, questa fior"
"Giovanni, ho dei rimorsi...E il sol dell'anima"
"Che m'ami, deh, ripetimi" - "Addio... speranza ed anima"
Scena ed Aria. "Gualtier Maldè" - "Caro nome"
Scena e Coro - Finale I. "Riedo!... Perché?"
"Zitti, zitti...Soccorso, padre mio"
"Ella mi fu rapita...Parmi veder le lagrime"
"Duca, duca!"..."Scorrendo uniti"
"Possente amor"
Scena ed Aria. "Povero Rigoletto!" "La rà, la rà"
"Cortigiani, vil razza dannata...Ebben piango"
"Mio padre!...Compiuto pur quanto"
"Schiudete, ire al carcere"
Scena e Canzona. "E l'ami!"
"La donna è mobile" - "E là il vostr'uomo"
"Un dì, se ben rammentomi"
"Bella figlia dell'amore...M'odi, ritorna a casa"
"Venti scudi hai tu detto"
"Ah, più non ragiono!..."
"Della vendetta alfin...Chi è mai"
"V'ho ingannato" - "Lassù... in cielo"


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