Inger Dam-Jensen

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TITLE/COMPOSER
LABEL
The Arrival Of The Queen Of Sheba
Overture
" Your harps and cymbals"
" Praise ye the Lord "
" With pious heart "
" Almighty Power "
Imperial Salomon
Sacred raptures
" Throughout the land "
Bless'd be the Lord
What tho' I trace
" And see my Queen "
" Bless'd the day "
Thou fair inhabitant of Nile
Welcome as the dawn of day
Vain are the transient beauties
Indulge thy faith
My blooming fair
Haste to the cedar grove
When thou art absent
With thee th'unshelter'd moor
Search round the world
" May no rash intruder "
" From the censer "
Prais'd be the Lord
When the sun o'er yonder hills
Great prince
Thrice bless'd that wise discerning king
" My sovereign liege "
Words are weak
What says the other
Thy sentence, great king
Withhold, withhold the executing hand!
Can I see my infant gor'd
" Israel' attend "
" Thrice bless'd be the king "
" From the east unto the west "
From morn to eve
See the tall palm
No more shall armed bands
Beneath the vine
" Swell, swell the full chorus "
Sinfony
" From Arabia's spicy shores "
Ev'ry sight these eyes behold
Sweep, sweep the string
Music, spread thy voice around
" Now a diff'rent measure" - " Shake the dome "
Then at once from rage remove
Draw the tear from hopeless love
Next the tortur'd soul release
Thus rolling surge rise
" Thy harmony's divine "
Pious king
Thrice happy king
Golden columns
" Praise the Lord "
Gold now is common
How green our fertile pastures look!
May peace in Salem
Will the sun forget to streak
Adieu, fair queen
Ev'ry joy that wisdom knows
The name of the wicked
Act I: The Adbuction of the Bride: At the Wedding (Prelude to Act I)
Act I: The Adbuction of the Bride: Peer Gynt, You're a Liar! (Peer Gynt, Ase, Narrator)
Act I: The Adbuction of the Bride, Halling: Down there is Haegstad (Peer Gynt)
Act I: The Adbuction of the Bride: The Bride? Well, of Course She's Crying a Bit ...
Act I: The Adbuction of the Bride, Springar: Are You the Boy Who Wanted to Dance?
Act I: The Adbuction of the Bride: Well, Boys, the Blacksmith Has Arrived!
Act II: Peer Gynt and the Trolls: Ingrid's Lament (Prelude to Act II)
Act II: Peer Gynt and the Trolls: Go Away Ingrid, Leave Me Alone! (Peer Gynt, Narrator)
Act II: Peer Gynt and the Trolls: Peer Gynt and the Cattle-Girls
Act II: Peer Gynt and the Trolls: Montain Heights! (Peer Gynt, Narrator)
Act II: Peer Gynt and the Trolls: Peer Gynt and the Girl in Green
Act II: Peer Gynt and the Trolls: Is It True? (Peer Gynt, Anitra, Narrator)
Act II: Peer Gynt and the Trolls: You Recognise a Great Man By His Mount! (Peer Gynt)
Act II: Peer Gynt and the Trolls: In the Hall of the Mountain King (Chorus)
Act II: Peer Gynt and the Trolls: Troll People, We Must Keep Calm! (King of the Trolls, Peer Gynt)
Act II: Peer Gynt and the Trolls: Danse of the Mountain King's Daughter
Act II: Peer Gynt and the Trolls: What Do You Make of It? (Peer Gynt, King of the Trolls)
Act II: Peer Gynt and the Trolls: Peer Gynt Pursued By the Trolls (Peer Gynt, Chorus)
Act II: Peer Gynt and the Trolls: Peer Gynt and the Obstacle (Peer Gynt, Obstacle)
Act III: The Death of Ase: In a Dense Pine-Forest, Far Away From Men ... (Narrator)
Act III: The Death of Ase: The Death of Ase (Prelude to Act lll)
Act III: The Death of Ase: One Day, While Peer Is Cutting Wood ... (Narrator, Peer Gynt, Ase)
Act III: The Death of Ase: Giddy Up! Make Haste, My Black Horse! (Peer Gynt, Ase)
Act IV: Peer Gynt in Africa: Morning Mood (Prelude to Act IV)
Act IV: Peer Gynt in Africa: Peer Gynt Has Travelled the World (Narrator, Peer Gynt)
Act IV: Peer Gynt in Africa: The Thief and the Receiver
Act IV: Peer Gynt in Africa: The Desert Is Vaste and Limitless! (Peer Gynt)
Act IV: Peer Gynt in Africa: Arabian Danse (Chorus)
Act IV: Peer Gynt in Africa: My Prophet and My Master!
Act IV: Peer Gynt in Africa: Anitra's Dance
Act IV: Peer Gynt in Africa: Anitra, True Daughter of Eve! (Peer Gynt)
Act IV: Peer Gynt in Africa: Peer Gynt's Serenade
Act IV: Peer Gynt in Africa: Peer Gynt Has Carried Away the Farouche and Lovely Anitra! (Narrator)
Act IV: Peer Gynt in Africa: Leave Me Alone or I'll Bite You! (Peer, Anitra)
Act IV: Peer Gynt in Africa: On the Same Summer's Day, Far Away In the North ... (Narrator)
Act IV: Peer Gynt in Africa: Solveig's Song (Solvieg)
Act IV: Peer Gynt in Africa: Peer Gynt Has Taken to Wandering Again (Narrator)
Act IV: Peer Gynt in Africa: Peer Gynt at the Statue of Memnon
Act V: Peer Gynt's Homecoming: So Many Years Have Past, so Much Has Happened ... (Narrator)
Act V: Peer Gynt's Homecoming: Stormy Evening On the See (Prelude to Act V)
Act V: Peer Gynt's Homecoming: Good Evening (Passenger, Peer Gynt)
Act V: Peer Gynt's Homecoming: Shipwreck
Act V: Peer Gynt's Homecoming: Peer Gynt ... Survives (Narrator, Peer Gynt)
Act V: Peer Gynt's Homecoming: If I Die One Day ...
Act V: Peer Gynt's Homecoming: Solveig Sings In Her Hut
Act V: Peer Gynt's Homecoming, Night Scene: Ashes, Mist and Windswept Dust ...
Act V: Peer Gynt's Homecoming: Good Evening Old Man
Act V: Peer Gynt's Homecoming: Whitsun Hymn (The Faithful)
Act V: Peer Gynt's Homecoming, Whitsun Hymn: I Have Encountered the Faithfull ... (Peer Gynt)
Act V: Peer Gynt's Homecoming: So, Peer Gynt, Where Is the Register of Your Sins? Act V: Peer Gynt's Homecoming: So, Peer Gynt, Where Is the Register of Your Sins? (Peer Gynt, Button-Moulder)
Act V: Peer Gynt's Homecoming: Solveig's Cradle Song
I. Allegro espansivo
II. Andante pastorale
III. Allegretto un poco
IV. Finale: Allegro
I. Allegro con anima - Lento - Con moto - Tempo primo - Maestoso festivo alla marcia
II. Lento religioso quasi adagio
III. Molto con moto (with soprano solo)
At the Wedding
Abduction of the Bride/Lament
Peer Gynt and Woman in Green
Hall of the Mountain King
Dance of the Mountain King's Daughter
Death of Åse
Morning Mood
Arabian Dance
Anitra's Dance
Solvejg's Song
Peer Gynt at the Statue of Memnon
Peer Gynt's Homecoming/Stormy Evening
Shipwreck
Solvejg sings in the Hut
Whitsun Hymn
Solvejg's Cradle Song
I. Selig sind, die da Leid tragen
II. Denn alles Fleisch es ist wie Gras
III. Herr, lehre doch mich
IV. Wie lieblich sind deine Wohnungen
V. Ihr habt nun Traurigkeit
VI. Denn wir haben hie keine bleibende Statt
VII. Selig sind die Toten
No. 1. Genrebillede (Period Piece)
No. 2. Seraferne (The Seraphs)
No. 3. Silkesko over gylden laest! (Silken Shoes on a Golden Last!)
Viser og vers (Songs and Verses), Op. 6: No. 4. Det bodes der for (An Age of Regret)
Viser og vers (Songs and Verses), Op. 6: No. 5. Vise af 'Mogens' (Song from 'Mogens')
Sku hans kvaler (Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Chorus) -
Vort hab bortglimter i det blik (Tenor) -
Gud! du har forladt den Fromme (Tenor) -
Dog midt i skraek (Soprano) -
Nej! tillidsfuldt endnu mit oje (Soprano) -
Net, nej! (Bass) -
Brist, hjerte, brist med hans (Bass) -
Den Hellige er dod (Chorus) -
Hellig! hellig! hellig! (Chorus) -
O, horte I de underfulde stemmer (Soprano) -
Stral, sol, igen! (Soprano) -
Han lever! o triumf! (Tenor) -
Han lever! Pris i glaedens hoje toner (Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass, Chorus)
Overture
" Your harps and cymbals"
" Praise ye the Lord "
" With pious heart "
" Almighty Power "
Imperial Salomon
Sacred raptures
" Throughout the land "
Bless'd be the Lord
What tho' I trace
" And see my Queen "
" Bless'd the day "
Thou fair inhabitant of Nile
Welcome as the dawn of day
Vain are the transient beauties
Indulge thy faith
My blooming fair
Haste to the cedar grove
When thou art absent
With thee th'unshelter'd moor
Search round the world
" May no rash intruder "
" From the censer "
Prais'd be the Lord
When the sun o'er yonder hills
Great prince
Thrice bless'd that wise discerning king
" My sovereign liege "
Words are weak
What says the other
Thy sentence, great king
Withhold, withhold the executing hand!
Can I see my infant gor'd
" Israel' attend "
" Thrice bless'd be the king "
" From the east unto the west "
From morn to eve
See the tall palm
No more shall armed bands
Beneath the vine
" Swell, swell the full chorus "
Sinfony
" From Arabia's spicy shores "
Ev'ry sight these eyes behold
Sweep, sweep the string
Music, spread thy voice around
" Now a diff'rent measure" - " Shake the dome "
Then at once from rage remove
Draw the tear from hopeless love
Next the tortur'd soul release
Thus rolling surge rise
" Thy harmony's divine "
Pious king
Thrice happy king
Golden columns
" Praise the Lord "
Gold now is common
How green our fertile pastures look!
May peace in Salem
Will the sun forget to streak
Adieu, fair queen
Ev'ry joy that wisdom knows
The name of the wicked


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