Ian Bostridge

Biography

Born: December 25, 1964; London, England  
Ian Bostridge is perhaps the best-known English tenor to emerge since the death of Peter Pears. He has become closely associated with the art song repertory, as well as with the music of Benjamin Britten.

Before becoming a singer, Bostridge obtained his Ph.D. in history and philosophy from St. John's College of Oxford. However, reaching the finals of both the Kathleen Ferrier and Richard Tauber competitions and winning the 1991 National
Read more Federation of Music Societies/Esso Award proved decisive in moving him towards a career in singing. The Young Concert Artists Trust gave him a financial grant to develop his career, and he debuted at Wigmore Hall in London in 1993. One of his most important early recitals was in 1994 at the Purcell Room, where he gave a highly acclaimed performance of Schubert's Winterreise. In the same year, he made his first appearance at the Aldeburgh Festival. Since then he has become strongly associated with the music of the Festival's founder, Benjamin Britten. He made his first New York appearances in 1998 at the Frick Collection and in 1999 at Alice Tully Hall. In 1998 he debuted at the Munich Festival as Nerone in L'Incoronazione di Poppea. His debut with the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra was in 1999.

His operatic debut was in 1994 at the Covent Garden Festival's production of Britten's A Midsummer Night's Dream as Lysander. In 1995, he sang his first solo recital at Wigmore Hall and increased his European recital presence with appearances in Lyon and Cologne. His debut with the English National Opera was as Tamino in Mozart's The Magic Flute in 1996, and he was acclaimed for his seductive portrayal of the ghost Quint in Britten's The Turn of the Screw at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden.

His operatic recordings include A Midsummer Night's Dream (as Francis Flute), as Belmonte in Mozart's Die Entführung aus dem Serail, and Tom Rakewell in Stravinsky's The Rake's Progress.

He is in much demand as a recital singer and in that capacity has sung on several volumes of Hyperion's epochal complete Schubert song collection (including the recording of Die schöne Müllerin). He has also issued recordings of Robert Schumann's Dichterliebe, songs of Reynaldo Hahn, a program of little-known Britten songs, and one volume of Jecklin-Disc's set of the complete songs of Othmar Schoeck.

His concert repertory recordings include Bach's Magnificat and St. Matthew Passion, Handel's Israel in Egypt, Stravinsky's Cantata, most of the Britten orchestral song cycles for tenor voice, the Mozart Requiem, Finzi's Die natalis, Rossini's Petite Messe Solennelle, and Michael Nyman's Noises, Sounds, & Sweet Airs. Read less

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Biography

Born: December 25, 1964; London, England  
Ian Bostridge is perhaps the best-known English tenor to emerge since the death of Peter Pears. He has become closely associated with the art song repertory, as well as with the music of Benjamin Britten.

Before becoming a singer, Bostridge obtained his Ph.D. in history and philosophy from St. John's College of Oxford. However, reaching the finals of both the Kathleen Ferrier and Richard Tauber competitions and winning the 1991 National
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WORKS ALBUMS
TITLE/COMPOSER
LABEL
Winter Words Op. 52: 1. At Day-close in November
Winter Words Op. 52: 2. Midnight on the Great Western (or The Journeying Boy)
Winter Words Op. 52: 3. Wagtail and Baby (A Satire)
Winter Words Op. 52: 4. The Little Old Table
Winter Words Op. 52: 5. The Choirmaster's Burial (or The Tenor Man's Story)
Winter Words Op. 52: 6. Proud Songsters (Thrushes, Finches and Nightingales)
Winter Words Op. 52: 7. At the Railway Station, Upway (or The Convict and Boy with the Violin)
Britten: Winter Words, Op. 52, No. 8: 'Before Life and After'
Michelangelo Sonnets Op. 22: Sonnet XVI Si come nella penna e nell'inchiostro
Michelangelo Sonnets Op. 22: Sonnet XXXI A che piu debb'io mai l'intensa voglia
Michelangelo Sonnets Op. 22: Sonnet XXX Veggio co' be' vostri occhi un dolce lume
Michelangelo Sonnets Op. 22: Sonnet LV Tu sa' ch'io so, signior mie, che tu sai
Michelangelo Sonnets Op. 22: Sonnet XXXVIII Rendete a gli occhi miei, o fonte o fiume
Michelangelo Sonnets Op. 22: Sonnet XXXII S'un casto amor, s'una pieta superna
Michelangelo Sonnets Op. 22: Sonnet XXIV Spirto ben nato, in cui so specchia e vede
Six Hölderlin Fragments Op. 61: Menschenbeifall
Six Hölderlin Fragments Op. 61: Die Heimat
Six Hölderlin Fragments Op. 61: Sokrates und Alcibiades
Six Hölderlin Fragments Op. 61: Die Jugend
Six Hölderlin Fragments Op. 61: Hälfte des Lebens
Six Hölderlin Fragments Op. 61: Die Linien des Lebens
Who are these Children? Op. 84, Four English Songs: No. 3 Nightmare
Who are these Children? Op. 84, Four English Songs: No. 6 Slaughter
Who are these Children? Op. 84, Four English Songs: No. 9 Who are these children?
Who are these Children? Op. 84, Four English Songs: No. 11 The Children
Songs from the Chinese Op. 58: The Big Chariot (from The Book of Songs)
Songs from the Chinese Op. 58: The Old Lute (words: Po Chü-i)
Songs from the Chinese Op. 58: The Autumn Wind (words: Wu-ti)
Songs from the Chinese Op. 58: The Herd-Boy (words: Lu Yu)
Songs from the Chinese Op. 58: Depression (words: Po Chü-i)
Songs from the Chinese Op. 58: Dance Song (fom the Book of Songs)
Serenade Op. 31: Prologue (horn solo)
Serenade Op. 31: Prologue (horn solo)
Serenade Op. 31: 1. Pastoral: The day's grown old (Charles Cotton)
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: 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: 3. Elegy: O Rose, thou art sick (William Blake)
Serenade Op. 31: 4. Dirge: This ae nighte (anon. 15th century)
Serenade Op. 31: 4. Dirge: This ae nighte (anon. 15th century)
Serenade Op. 31: 5. Hymn: Queen and huntress (Ben Jonson)
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: 6. Sonnet: O soft embalmer of the still midnight (John Keats)
Serenade Op. 31: Epilogue (horn solo)
Serenade Op. 31: Epilogue (horn solo)
"Over hill, over dale"
"Oberon is passing fell and wrath"
"Well, go thy way"
"How now my love?"
"Be it on lion, bear, or wolf, or bull"
"Welcome wanderer!"
"Is all our company here?"
"Fair love, you faint with wand'ring in the wood"
"Through the forest have I gone"
"Stay, though thou kill me, sweet Demetrius"
"Come, now a roundel and a fairy song"
"You spotted snakes with double tongue"
"What thou seest when thou dost wake"
Introduction: The wood
"Are we all met?"
"I see their knavery"
"Be kind and courteous to this gentleman"
"Hail, mortal, hail!"
"I have a reas'nable good ear in music"
"How now, mad spirit?"
"Flower of this purple dye"
"Puppet? Why so?"
"This is thy negligence"
"Up and down, up and down"
"On the ground, sleep sound"
"My gentle Robin, see'st thou this sweet sight?"
"Helena! Hermi! Demetrius! Lysander!"
"When my cue comes, call me"
"Have you sent to Bottom's house?"
"Now, fair Hippolyta"
"If we offend, it is with our good will"
"Gentles, perchance you wonder at this show"
"In this same interlude it doth befall"
"O grim-look'd night, O night with hue so black"
"O wall, full often hast thou heard my moans"
"You ladies, you whose gentle hearts do fear"
"This lanthorn doth the horned moon present"
"Sweet moon, I thank thee for thy sunny beams"
"Asleep, my love?"
"Come, your Bergomask"
"Now the hungry lion roars"
Orfeo: Toccata
Orfeo, Prologue: Ritornello
Orfeo, Prologue: 'Dal Moi Permesso' (La Musica)
Orfeo, Prologue: Ritornello
Orfeo, Prologue: 'Io la Musica son' (La Musica)
Orfeo, Prologue: Ritornello
Orfeo, Prologue: 'Io su cetera' (La Musica)
Orfeo, Prologue: Ritornello
Orfeo, Prologue: 'Quinci a dir d'Orfeo' (La Musica)
Orfeo, Prologue: Ritornello
Orfeo, Prologue: 'Hor mentre i canti alterno' (La Musica)
Orfeo, Atto Primo: 'In questi lieto fortunato giorno' (Pastore)
Orfeo, Atto Primo: 'Vieni Imeneo, deh vieni' (Choro)
Orfeo, Atto Primo: 'Muse honor di Parnasso (Ninfa
Orfeo, Atto Primo: 'Lasciate i monte, lasciate i fonte' (Choro)
Orfeo, Atto Primo: 'Ma tu gentil cantor' (Pastore)
Orfeo, Atto Primo: 'Rosa del ciel, vita del mondo' Orfeo
Orfeo, Atto Primo: 'Io non diro qual sia' (Euridice)
Orfeo, Atto Primo: 'Lasciate i monte, lasciate i fonte' (Choro)
Orfeo, Atto Primo: 'Vieni Imeneo, deh vieni' (Choro)
Orfeo, Atto Primo: 'Ma s'il nostro gioir dal ciel deriva' (Pastore)/Ritornello
Orfeo, Atto Primo: 'Alcun non sia che disperato in preda'/Ritornello
Orfeo, Atto Primo: 'Che poi che nembro rio gravido il seno'/Ritornello
Orfeo, Atto Primo: 'E dopo l'aspro gel del verno ignudo'
Orfeo, Atto Primo: 'Ecco Orfeo cui pur dianzi'
Orfeo, Atto Secondo: Sinfonia/'..Ecco pur ch'a voi ritorno' (Orfeo)
Orfeo, Atto Secondo: Ritornello/'..Mira ch'a se n'alletta' (Pastore)
Orfeo, Atto Secondo: Ritornello/'In questo prato adorno' (Due Pastori)
Orfeo, Atto Secondo: Ritornello/'Qui le Nappe e vezzose' (Due Patori)
Orfeo, Atto Secondo: Ritornello/'Vi ricorda o boschi ombrosi' (Orfeo)
Orfeo, Atto Secondo: 'Mira deh mira Orfeo' (Pastore)
Orfeo, Atto Secondo: 'In un fiorito prato' (Messagiera)
Orfeo, Atto Secondo: 'Tu se' morta' (Orfeo)
Orfeo, Atto Secondo: 'Ahi caso acerbo' (Choro)
Orfeo, Atto Secondo: 'Ma io ch'in questa lingua' (Messagiera)
Orfeo, Atto Secondo: Sinfonia/'Chi be consoal ahi lassi?' (Due Pastori)
Orfeo, Atto Secondo: Ritornello
Orfeo, Atto Terzo: Sinfonia
Orfeo, Atto Terzo: 'Scorto da te mio Nume' (Orfeo)
Orfeo, Atto Terzo: 'Ecco l'altra palude, ecco il nocchiero' (Speranza/Orfeo)
Orfeo, Atto Terzo: 'O tu ch'innanzi mort'a questi rive' (Caronte)
Orfeo, Atto Terzo: Sinfonia
Orfeo, Atto Terzo: 'Possente Spirito e formidabil Nume' (Orfeo)
Orfeo, Atto Terzo: Ritornello (Violino I e II)
Orfeo, Atto Terzo: 'Non viv'io no, che poi di vita è priva' (Orfeo)
Orfeo, Atto Terzo: Ritornello (Cornetto I e II)
Orfeo, Atto Terzo: 'A lei volt'ho il camin per l'aer cieco' (Orfeo)
Orfeo, Atto Terzo: Ritornello (Arpa)
Orfeo, Atto Terzo: 'Orfeo son io che d'Euridice i passi' (Orfeo)
Orfeo, Atto Terzo: 'Sol Tu nobile Deo puoi darmi aita' (Orfeo)
Orfeo, Atto Terzo: 'Ben mi lusinga alquanto' (Caronte/Orfeo)
Orfeo, Atto Terzo: 'Ahi sventurato a mante, Sperar dunque non lice' (Orfeo)
Orfeo, Atto Terzo: Sinfonia
Orfeo, Atto Terzo: 'Ei dorme e la mia cetra Se pietà non impetra' (Orfeo)
Orfeo, Atto Terzo: Sinfonia a 7 /'Nulla impressa per huom si tenta invano' (Choro)/Sinfonia a 7
Orfeo, Atto Quarto: 'Signor quel infelice' (Proserpina)
Orfeo, Atto Quarto: 'Benchè severo e immutabil fato' (Plutone)
Orfeo, Atto Quarto: 'O degli habitato de l'ombre eterne' (Uno spirito del coro/Un altro spirito del coro)
Orfeo, Atto Quarto: 'Quali grazie tirendo' (Proserpina/Plutone)
Orfeo, Atto Quarto: 'Tue soavi parole d'Amor l'antica piaga...' (Plutone)
Orfeo, Atto Quarto: 'Pietade oggi et Amore Trionfan' (Coro di spiriti a Cinque/Spirito del coro)
Orfeo, Atto Quarto: 'Qual honor di te fia degno' (Orfeo)
Orfeo, Atto Quarto: 'Ma mentre io canto (oimè)' (Orfeo)
Orfeo, Atto Quarto: 'O dolcissimi lumi io pur vi veggio' (Orfeo/ Un spirito)
Orfeo, Atto Quarto: 'Ahi vista troppo dolce e troppo amara' (Euridice/Un spirito del coro)
Orfeo, Atto Quarto: 'Dove te'n vai mia vita' (Orfeo)
Orfeo, Atto Quarto: Sinfonia a 7/'E la virtute un raggio' (Choro di Spiriti)/Sinfonia a 7
Orfeo, Atto Quinto: Ritornello
Orfeo, Atto Quinto: 'Questi i campi di Tracia' (Orfeo)
Orfeo, Atto Quinto: 'Ma tu anima mia se mai ritorna' (Orfeo)
Orfeo, Atto Quinto: Tu bella fusti e saggia' (Orfeo)
Orfeo, Atto Quinto: 'Hor l'altra Donne son superbe e perfide' (Orfeo)
Orfeo, Atto Quinto: Sinfonia
Orfeo, Atto Quinto: 'Perch'a lo sdegno e al dolor in preda' (Apollo)
Orfeo, Atto Quinto: 'Padre cortese al maggior uopo arrivi' (Orfeo)
Orfeo, Atto Quinto: 'Troppo gioisti di tua lieta ventura' (Apollo)
Orfeo, Atto Quinto: 'Si non vedro piu mai...' (Orfeo/Apollo)
Orfeo, Atto Quinto: 'Saliam d'al Cielo' (Orfeo/Apollo)
Orfeo, Atto Quinto: Ritornello/'Vanne Orfeo felice a pieno' (Choro)
Orfeo, Atto Quinto: Moresca
The Turn of the Screw Op. 54, ACT ONE: Prologue (Prologue)
The Turn of the Screw Op. 54, ACT ONE: Theme
The Turn of the Screw Op. 54, ACT ONE: Scene 1 : The Journey (Governess)
The Turn of the Screw Op. 54, ACT ONE: Variation I
The Turn of the Screw Op. 54, ACT ONE: Scene 2 : The Welcome (Governess/Mrs. Grose/Miles/Flora)
The Turn of the Screw Op. 54, ACT ONE: Variation II
The Turn of the Screw Op. 54, ACT ONE: Scene 3 : The Letter (Governess/Mrs. Grose/Miles/Flora)
The Turn of the Screw Op. 54, ACT ONE: Variation III
The Turn of the Screw Op. 54, ACT ONE: Scene 4 : The Tower (Governess/Quint)
The Turn of the Screw Op. 54, ACT ONE: Variation IV
The Turn of the Screw Op. 54, ACT ONE: Scene 5 : The Window (Governess/Mrs. Grose/Miles/Flora/Quint)
The Turn of the Screw Op. 54, ACT ONE: Variation V
The Turn of the Screw Op. 54, ACT ONE: Scene 6 : The Lesson (Governess/Miles/Flora)
The Turn of the Screw Op. 54, ACT ONE: Variation VI
The Turn of the Screw Op. 54, ACT ONE: Scene 7 : The Lake (Governess/Miles/Flora)
The Turn of the Screw Op. 54, ACT ONE: Variation VII
The Turn of the Screw Op. 54, ACT ONE: Scene 8 : At Night (Governess/Mrs. Grose/Miles/Flora/Quint/Miss Jessel)
Dido and Aeneas: Overture
Dido and Aeneas, ACT 1: Scene: The Palast: Shake the Clouds from off your Brow (Belinda)
Dido and Aeneas, ACT 1: Scene: The Palast: Banish Sorrow, banish care (Chorus)
Dido and Aeneas, ACT 1: Scene: The Palast: Ah! Belinda, I am press'd with torment (Dido)
Dido and Aeneas, ACT 1: Scene: The Palast: Grief increases by concealing (Belinda-Dido)
Dido and Aeneas, ACT 1: Scene: The Palast: When Monarchs unite how happy their state (Chorus)
Dido and Aeneas, ACT 1: Scene: The Palast: Whence could so much virtue spring? (Dido-Belinda)
Dido and Aeneas, ACT 1: Scene: The Palast: Fear no danger to ensue (Belinda-Second Woman-Chorus)
Dido and Aeneas, ACT 1: Scene: The Palast: See, your Royal Guest appears (Belinda-Aeneas-Dido)
Dido and Aeneas, ACT 1: Scene: The Palast: Cupid only throws the dart (Chorus)
Dido and Aeneas, ACT 1: Scene: The Palast: If not for mine, for Empire's sake (Aeneas-Belinda)
Dido and Aeneas, ACT 1: Scene: The Palast: To the Hills and the Vales (Chorus)
Dido and Aeneas, ACT 1: Scene: The Palast: The Triumphing Dance
Dido and Aeneas, ACT 2, Scene 1:The Cave: Wayward sisters, you that fright (Sorceress)/Harm's our Delight (Chorus)
Dido and Aeneas, ACT 2, Scene 1:The Cave: The Queen of Carthage, whom we hate (Sorceress)/Ho Ho Ho (Chorus)
Dido and Aeneas, ACT 2, Scene 1:The Cave: Ruin'd ere the set of sun? (Two Witches-Sorceress)/Ho Ho Ho (Chorus)
Dido and Aeneas, ACT 2, Scene 1:The Cave: But ere we this perform (Two Witches)
Dido and Aeneas, ACT 2, Scene 1:The Cave: In our deep vaulted cell (Echo Chorus)
Dido and Aeneas, ACT 2, Scene 1:The Cave: Echo Dance of Furies
Dido and Aeneas, ACT 2, Scene 2: The Grove: Ritornelle
Dido and Aeneas, ACT 2, Scene 2: The Grove: Thanks to these lonesome vales (Belinda-Chorus)
Dido and Aeneas, ACT 2, Scene 2: The Grove: Oft she visits this lone mountain (Second Woman)
Dido and Aeneas, ACT 2, Scene 2: The Grove: Behold, upon my bending spear (Aeneas-Dido)
Dido and Aeneas, ACT 2, Scene 2: The Grove: Haste, haste to town (Belinda-Chorus)
Dido and Aeneas, ACT 2, Scene 2: The Grove: Stay, Prince, and hear Great Jove's Command (Spirit-Aeneas)
Dido and Aeneas, ACT 3, Scene 1: The Ships: Come away fellow Sailors (First Sailor-Chorus)
Dido and Aeneas, ACT 3, Scene 1: The Ships: The Sailors' Dance
Dido and Aeneas, ACT 3, Scene 1: The Ships: See the flags and streamers curling (Sorceress-Two Witches)
Dido and Aeneas, ACT 3, Scene 1: The Ships: Our next Motion (Sorceress)
Dido and Aeneas, ACT 3, Scene 1: The Ships: Destruction's our delight (Chorus)
Dido and Aeneas, ACT 3, Scene 1: The Ships: The Witches' Dance
Dido and Aeneas, ACT 3, Scene 2: Your Counsel all is urg'd in vain (Dido-Belinda-Aeneas)
Dido and Aeneas, ACT 3, Scene 2: Great minds against themselves conspire (Chorus)
Dido and Aeneas, ACT 3, Scene 2: Thy hand Belinda; Darkness shades me (Dido)
Purcell: Dido and Aeneas, Act 3: "When I am laid in earth" (Dido)
Dido and Aeneas, ACT 3, Scene 2: With drooping wings (Chorus)
Tristan und Isolde, Act I: Einleitung (Orchester)
Tristan und Isolde, Act I, Erster Szene: Westwärts scheift der Blick...Wer wagt mich zu höhnen (Seemann/Isolde/Brangäne)
Tristan und Isolde, Act I, Zweiter Szene: Frisch weht der Wind...Mir ekoren, mir veloren (Seemann/Isolde/Brangäne)
Tristan und Isolde, Act I, Zweiter Szene: Hab acht, Tristan! Botschaft von Isolde (Kurwenal/Tristan/Brangäne/Schiffsvolk Ritter und Knappen)
Tristan und Isolde, Act I, Sritte Szene: Weh, ach wehe! Dies zu dulden! (Brangäne/Isolde)
Tristan und Isolde, Act I, Sritte Szene: Welcher Wahn! Welch eitles Zürnen! (Brangäne/Isolde/Schiffvolk Ritter und Knappen)
Tristan und Isolde, Act I, Sritte Szene: Ho! he! ha! he!/Am Untermast die Segel ein!...(Schiffsvolk Ritter und Knappen/Isolde) ... Auf! Auf! Ihre Frauen! Frisch und froh! (Kurwenal/Isolde/Brangäne)
Tristan und Isolde, Act I, Vierte Szene: Herr Tristan trete nah (Isolde) ... Begehrt, herrin, was ihr wünscht (Tristan/Isolde)
Tristan und Isolde, Act I, Fünfte Szene: War Morold dir so wert (Tristan/Isolde/Schiffsvolk Ritter und Knappen)
Tristan und Isolde, Act I, Fünfte Szene: Tristan!/Isolde!/Treuloser Holder (Isolde/Tristan/Schiffsvolk Ritter und Knappen/Brangäne/Kurwenal)
Tristan und Isolde, Act II: Einleitung (Orchester)
Tristan und Isolde, Act II, Erster Szene: Hörst du sie noch? Mir schwand schon fern der Klang (Isolde/Brangäne)
Tristan und Isolde, Act II, Zweite Szene: Isolde!/Tristan! Geliebter! (Tristan/Isolde)
Tristan und Isolde, Act II, Zweite Szene: Getäuscht von ihm, der dich getäuscht (Isolde/Tristan)
Tristan und Isolde, Act II, Zweite Szene: O sink hernieder, Nacht der Liebe (Tristan)
Tristan und Isolde, Act II, Zweite Szene: Lausch, Geliebter!/Laß mich sterben! (Isolde/Tristan)
Tristan und Isolde, Act II, Zweite Szene: So starben wir, um ungetrennt (Tristan/Isolde/Brangäne)
Tristan und Isolde, Act II, Dritte Szene: Rette dich, Tristan! (Kurwenal/Tristan/Melot)
Tristan und Isolde, Act II, Dritte Szene: Tatest du's wirklich? Wähnst du das?...Wo zu die Dienste ohne Zahl! (Marke/Tristan)
Tristan und Isolde, ZWEITER AUFZUG, Dritte Szene: O König, das kann ich dir nicht sagen...Als für ein frem des Land (Tristan/Isolde)
Tristan und Isolde, Act II, Dritte Szene: Verräter! Ha! zu Rache, König! (Melot/Tristan)
Tristan und Isolde, Act III: Einleitung (Orchester)
Tristan und Isolde, Act III, Erster Szene: Kurwenal! He! Sag, Kurwenal! (Hirt/Kurwenal)
Tristan und Isolde, Act III, Erster Szene: Die alte weise; was weckt sie mich? (Tristan/Kurwenal)
Tristan und Isolde, Act III, Erster Szene: Dünkt dich das? Ich weiß es anders (Tristan/Kurwenal)
Tristan und Isolde, Act III, Erster Szene: Der einst ich trotzt, aus Treu' zu dir (Kurwenal/Tristan)
Tristan und Isolde, Act III, Erster Szene: Noch ist kein Schiff zo sehn! (Kurwenal/Tristan)
Tristan und Isolde, Act III, Erster Szene: Bist du nun tot? Lebst du noch? (Kurwenal/Tristan)
Tristan und Isolde, Act III, Erster Szene: Wie schön bist du!...Und Kurwenal, wie, du sähst sie nicht? (Kurwenal/Tristan)
Tristan und Isolde, DRITTER AUFZUG, Zweite Szene: O diese Sonne! Ha, dieser Tag! (Tristan/Isolde)
Tristan und Isolde, Act III, Zweite Szene: Ich bin's, süßester Freund! (Isolde)
Tristan und Isolde, Act III, Dritte Szene: Kurwenal! Hör! Ein zweites Schiff (Der Hirt/Kurwenal/Der Steuermann/Brangäne/Melot/Marke)
Tristan und Isolde, Act III, Dritte Szene: Mild und leise wie er lächelt (Isolde)
Cantata No. 82, 'Ich habe genug' BWV82: Aria: Ich habe genug
Cantata No. 82, 'Ich habe genug' BWV82: Recit: Ich habe genug
Cantata No. 82, 'Ich habe genug' BWV82: Aria: Schlummert ein
Cantata No. 82, 'Ich habe genug' BWV82: Recit: Mein Gott! wann kommt das Schöne Nun!
Cantata No. 82, 'Ich habe genug' BWV82: Aria: Ich freue mich auf meinen Tod
Cantata No. 55, 'Ich armer Mensch, ich Sündenknecht' BWV55: Aria: Ich armer Mensch, ich Sündenknecht (Tenor)
Cantata No. 55, 'Ich armer Mensch, ich Sündenknecht' BWV55: Recitativo: Ich habe wider Gott gehandelt (Tenor)
Cantata No. 55, 'Ich armer Mensch, ich Sündenknecht' BWV55: Aria: Erbarme dich (Tenor)
Cantata No. 55, 'Ich armer Mensch, ich Sündenknecht' BWV55: Recitativo: Erbarme dich! Jedoch nun tröst' ich mich (Tenor)
Cantata No. 55, 'Ich armer Mensch, ich Sündenknecht' BWV55: Choral: Bin ich gleich von dir gewichen (chorus)
1. Prelude
2. The Sons of Israel do mourn
3. He put on righteousness
4. When the ear heard him
5. How is the mighty fall'n
6. He deliver'd the poor
7. How is the mighty fall'n
8. The righteous shall be had
9. Their bodies are buried in peace
10. The people will tell
11. They shall receive a glorious kingdom
12. The merciful goodness of the Lord
13. Now there arose a new king
14. And the children of Israel
15. Then sent he Moses
16. They loathed to drink of the river
17. Their land brought forth frogs
18. He spake the word
19. He gave them hailstones
20. He sent a thick darkness
21. He smote all the first-born of Egypt
22. But as for his people
23. Egypt was glad
24. He rebuked the Red Sea
25. He led them through the deep
26. But the waters overwhelmed their enemies
27. And Israel saw that great work
28. And believed the Lord
29. Moses and the children of Israel
30. I will sing unto the Lord
31. The Lord is my strength
32. He is my God
33. The Lord is a man of war
34. The depths have cover'd them
35. Thy right hand, O Lord
36. Thou sendest forth thy wrath
37. And with the blast of thy nostrils
38. The enemy said
39. Thou Didst Blow
40. Who is like unto thee
41. Thou in thy mercy
42. The people shall hear
43. Thou shalt bring them in
44. The Lord shall reign for ever and ever
45. For the horse of Pharaoh
46. The Lord shall reign for ever and ever
47. And Miriam the prophetess
48. Sing ye to the Lord
Les Illuminations, Op.18: I. Fanfare
Les Illuminations, Op.18: II. Villes
Les Illuminations, Op.18: IIIa. Phrase
Les Illuminations, Op.18: IIIb. Antique
Les Illuminations, Op.18: IV. Royauté
Les Illuminations, Op.18: V. Marine
Les Illuminations, Op.18: VI. Interlude
Les Illuminations, Op.18: VII. Being Beauteous
Les Illuminations, Op.18: VIII. Parade
Les Illuminations, Op.18: IX. Départ
Serenade for tenor, horn and strings, Op.31 (1943): Prologue
Serenade for tenor, horn and strings, Op.31 (1943): Pastoral (Charles Cotton)
Serenade for tenor, horn and strings, Op.31 (1943): Nocturne (Alfred, Lord Tennyson)
Serenade for tenor, horn and strings, Op.31 (1943): Elegy (William Blake)
Serenade for tenor, horn and strings, Op.31 (1943): Dirge (anon. 15th century)
Serenade for tenor, horn and strings, Op.31 (1943): Hymn (Ben Jonson)
Serenade for tenor, horn and strings, Op.31 (1943): Sonnet (John Keats)
Serenade for tenor, horn and strings, Op.31 (1943): Epilogue
Nocturne, Op.60 (1958): Prometheus Unbound (Shelley)
Nocturne, Op.60 (1958): The Kraken (Tennyson)
Nocturne, Op.60 (1958): The Wanderings of Cain (Coleridge)
Nocturne, Op.60 (1958): Blurt, Master Constable (Middleton)
Nocturne, Op.60 (1958): The Prelude (1805) (Wordsworth)
Nocturne, Op.60 (1958): The Kind Ghosts (Owen)
Nocturne, Op.60 (1958): Sleep and Poetry (Keats)
Nocturne, Op.60 (1958): Sonnet 43 (Shakespeare)
Schwanengesang, D.957: I: Liebesbotschaft (Rellstab)
Schwanengesang, D.957: II: Kriegers Ahnung (Rellstab)
Schwanengesang, D.957: III: Frühlingssehnsucht (Rellstab)
Schwanengesang, D.957: IV: Ständchen (Rellstab)
Schwanengesang, D.957: V: Aufenthalt (Rellstab)
Schwanengesang, D.957: VI: In der Ferne (Rellstab)
Schwanengesang, D.957: VII: Abschied (Rellstab)
Schwanengesang, D.957: VIII: Der Atlas (Heine)
Schwanengesang, D.957: IX: Ihr Bild (Heine)
Schwanengesang, D.957: X: Das Fischermädchen (Heine)
Schwanengesang, D.957: XI: Die Stadt (Heine)
Schwanengesang, D.957: XII: Am Meer (Heine)
Schwanengesang, D.957: XIII: Der Doppelgänger (Heine)
Schwanengesang, D.957: XIV: Die Taubenpost (Seidl)
Three Auden Songs: I. In Memoriam L.K.A. 1950-1952
Three Auden Songs: II. Rimbaud
Three Auden Songs: III. Lay Your Sleeping Head, My Love
Billy Budd: Prologue 'I am an old man' (Vere)
Billy Budd: Pull, my bantams! Pull, my sparrow-legs!...Who did that? (First Mate et al)
Billy Budd: Guard boat! Indomitable! (Maintop et al)
Billy Budd: First man forward! (Claggart et al)
Billy Budd: Your name? - Billy Budd, sir (Claggart/Billy/First Lieutenant/Sailing Master)
Billy Budd: Billy Budd, king of the birds (Billy/Sailing Master/First Lieutenant/Ratcliffe)
Billy Budd: Gentlemen, the King! (Vere/First Lieutenant/Sailing Master)
Billy Budd: Ay, at Spithead the men may have had their grievances (Vere/Sailing Master/First Lieutenant)
Billy Budd: We are, sir. Claggart is an able one...Land on the port bow, sir (First Lieutenant/Vere/Sailing Master/Ratcliffe)
Billy Budd: Blow her away, Blow her to Hilo (Red Whiskers/Chorus/Billy/Donald/Dansker)
Billy Budd: We're off to Samoa (Donald/Chorus/Red Whiskers/Billy/Donald/Dansker)
Billy Budd: Hi! You...a...a... (Billy et al)
Billy Budd: Over the water, over the ocean (Chorus/Claggart)
Billy Budd: Come here, Remember your promise (Claggart/Novice)
Billy Budd: Billy!...Hist! Billy Budd! (Novice/Billy)
Billy Budd: Dansker, old friend, glad to see you! (Billy/Dansker)
Les Illuminations, Op.18: I. Fanfare
Les Illuminations, Op.18: II. Villes
Les Illuminations, Op.18: IIIa. Phrase
Les Illuminations, Op.18: IIIb. Antique
Les Illuminations, Op.18: IV. Royauté
Les Illuminations, Op.18: V. Marine
Les Illuminations, Op.18: VI. Interlude
Les Illuminations, Op.18: VII. Being Beauteous
Les Illuminations, Op.18: VIII. Parade
Les Illuminations, Op.18: IX. Départ
Serenade for tenor, horn and strings, Op.31 (1943): Prologue
Serenade for tenor, horn and strings, Op.31 (1943): Pastoral (Charles Cotton)
Serenade for tenor, horn and strings, Op.31 (1943): Nocturne (Alfred, Lord Tennyson)
Serenade for tenor, horn and strings, Op.31 (1943): Elegy (William Blake)
Serenade for tenor, horn and strings, Op.31 (1943): Dirge (anon. 15th century)
Serenade for tenor, horn and strings, Op.31 (1943): Hymn (Ben Jonson)
Serenade for tenor, horn and strings, Op.31 (1943): Sonnet (John Keats)
Serenade for tenor, horn and strings, Op.31 (1943): Epilogue
Nocturne, Op.60 (1958): Prometheus Unbound (Shelley)
Nocturne, Op.60 (1958): The Kraken (Tennyson)
Nocturne, Op.60 (1958): The Wanderings of Cain (Coleridge)
Nocturne, Op.60 (1958): Blurt, Master Constable (Middleton)
Nocturne, Op.60 (1958): The Prelude (1805) (Wordsworth)
Nocturne, Op.60 (1958): The Kind Ghosts (Owen)
Nocturne, Op.60 (1958): Sleep and Poetry (Keats)
Nocturne, Op.60 (1958): Sonnet 43 (Shakespeare)
Tristan und Isolde, ERSTER AUFZUG: Einleitung (Orchester)
Tristan und Isolde, ERSTER AUFZUG, Erster Szene: Westwärts scheift der Blick...Wer wagt mich zu höhnen (Seemann/Isolde/Brangäne)
Tristan und Isolde, ERSTER AUFZUG, Zweiter Szene: Frisch weht der Wind...Mir ekoren, mir veloren (Seemann/Isolde/Brangäne)
Tristan und Isolde, ERSTER AUFZUG, Zweiter Szene: Hab acht, Tristan! Botschaft von Isolde (Kurwenal/Tristan/Brangäne/Schiffsvolk Ritter und Knappen)
Tristan und Isolde, ERSTER AUFZUG, Dritte Szene: Weh, ach wehe! Dies zu dulden! (Brangäne/Isolde)
Tristan und Isolde, ERSTER AUFZUG, Dritte Szene: Welcher Wahn! Welch eitles Zürnen! (Brangäne/Isolde/Schiffvolk Ritter und Knappen)
Tristan und Isolde, ERSTER AUFZUG, Dritte Szene: Ho! he! ha! he!/Am Untermast die Segel ein!...(Schiffsvolk Ritter und Knappen/Isolde) ... Auf! Auf! Ihre Frauen! Frisch und froh! (Kurwenal/Isolde/Brangäne)
Tristan und Isolde, ERSTER AUFZUG, Vierte Szene: Herr Tristan trete nah (Isolde) ... Begehrt, herrin, was ihr wünscht (Tristan/Isolde)
Tristan und Isolde, ERSTER AUFZUG, Fünfte Szene: War Morold dir so wert (Tristan/Isolde/Schiffsvolk Ritter und Knappen)
Tristan und Isolde, ERSTER AUFZUG, Fünfte Szene: Tristan!/Isolde!/Treuloser Holder (Isolde/Tristan/Schiffsvolk Ritter und Knappen/Brangäne/Kurwenal)
Tristan und Isolde, ZWEITER AUFZUG: Einleitung (Orchester)
Tristan und Isolde, ZWEITER AUFZUG, Erster Szene: Hörst du sie noch? Mir schwand schon fern der Klang (Isolde/Brangäne)
Tristan und Isolde, ZWEITER AUFZUG, Zweite Szene: Isolde!/Tristan! Geliebter! (Tristan/Isolde)
Tristan und Isolde, ZWEITER AUFZUG, Zweite Szene: Getäuscht von ihm, der dich getäuscht (Isolde/Tristan)
Tristan und Isolde, ZWEITER AUFZUG, Zweite Szene: O sink hernieder, Nacht der Liebe (Tristan)
Tristan und Isolde, ZWEITER AUFZUG, Zweite Szene: Lausch, Geliebter!/Laß mich sterben! (Isolde/Tristan)
Tristan und Isolde, ZWEITER AUFZUG, Zweite Szene: So starben wir, um ungetrennt (Tristan/Isolde/Brangäne)
Tristan und Isolde, ZWEITER AUFZUG, Dritte Szene: Rette dich, Tristan! (Kurwenal/Tristan/Melot)
Tristan und Isolde, ZWEITER AUFZUG, Dritte Szene: Tatest du's wirklich? Wähnst du das?...Wo zu die Dienste ohne Zahl! (Marke/Tristan)
Tristan und Isolde, ZWEITER AUFZUG, Dritte Szene: O König, das kann ich dir nicht sagen...Als für ein frem des Land (Tristan/Isolde)
Tristan und Isolde, ZWEITER AUFZUG, Dritte Szene: Verräter! Ha! zu Rache, König! (Melot/Tristan)
Tristan und Isolde, DRITTER AUFZUG: Einleitung (Orchester)
Tristan und Isolde, DRITTER AUFZUG, Erster Szene: Kurwenal! He! Sag, Kurwenal! (Hirt/Kurwenal)
Tristan und Isolde, DRITTER AUFZUG, Erster Szene: Die alte weise; was weckt sie mich? (Tristan/Kurwenal)
Tristan und Isolde, DRITTER AUFZUG, Erster Szene: Dünkt dich das? Ich weiß es anders (Tristan/Kurwenal)
Tristan und Isolde, DRITTER AUFZUG, Erster Szene: Der einst ich trotzt, aus Treu' zu dir (Kurwenal/Tristan)
Tristan und Isolde, DRITTER AUFZUG, Erster Szene: Noch ist kein Schiff zo sehn! (Kurwenal/Tristan)
Tristan und Isolde, DRITTER AUFZUG, Erster Szene: Bist du nun tot? Lebst du noch? (Kurwenal/Tristan)


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