Jessye Norman

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Born: September 15, 1945; Augusta, GA  
A prominent American soprano, Jessye Norman was the daughter of a schoolteacher and an insurance broker. She started singing spirituals at the age of four at Mount Calvary Baptist Church; one Saturday while doing her chores she heard an opera for the first time, broadcast on the radio. She became an instant opera fan and started listening to recordings of Marian Anderson and Leontyne Price. Nat "King" Cole was also a major inspiration for Read more her.

When she was 16, she started studying at Howard University in Washington, where her voice teacher was Carolyn Grant. She sang in the university chorus and had a job as soloist the Lincoln Temple United Church of Christ. In 1965 she won the National Society of Arts and Letters singing competition. She continued her studies at Peabody Conservatory of Music in Baltimore, and at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, where her most important studies were with Elizabeth Mannion and Pierre Bernac.

In 1968 she won the Munich Competition, leading to her operatic debut as Elisabeth in Wagner's Tannhäuser in Berlin. A major European operatic career quickly developed: she appeared as Meyerbeer's L'Africaine at Maggio Musicale in Florence in 1971, Verdi's Aïda at La Scala in Milan in 1972, and as Cassandra in Berlioz's Les Troyens at London's Covent Garden the same year. These roles are all princesses and bespeak a major part of her stage persona, a commanding and noble bearing, partly due to her uncommon height and size. But this is even more a function of her unique, rich, and powerful voice. She has an uncommonly wide range, encompassing all female voice registers from contralto to high dramatic soprano.

As her operatic career developed, she also made important recital debuts, including London and New York in 1973. She made an extensive North American concert debut in 1976 and 1977, but did not appear in opera in the United States until 1982. This was with the Opera Company of Philadelphia, in a double bill as Dido in Purcell's Dido and Aeneas and Queen Jocasta in Stravinsky's Oedipus Rex. Her Metropolitan Opera debut was as Cassandra in 1983, the opening night of the Met's centennial season.

Her interpretation of Strauss's Four Last Songs is legendary. Its slowness is controversial, but the tonal qualities of her voice are ideal for these final works of the great Romantic German lieder tradition. She also sings the Gurrelieder of Arnold Schoenberg, and the same composer's Erwartung. She sang that opera on a memorable double bill at the Met with Bartók's Bluebeard's Castle, which was broadcast nationally. She has also appeared on live broadcasts of season-opening concerts of the New York Philharmonic.

In addition to the direct and emotionally expressive qualities of her singing, her performances also impress through formidable intellectual understanding of the music and its style, as well as first-rate musicianship. She studies the languages of the music she sings, and has been acclaimed in her singing of Mussorgsky songs in the original Russian, in the German Romantic lieder repertoire, and in French music from Berlioz to contemporary composers. Read less
Wagner: Der Ring des Nibelungen / Norman, Jerusalem, Salminen, Schreier, Kollo, Adam, Janowski
Release Date: 02/12/2013   Label: Rca  
Catalog: 546223   Number of Discs: 14
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Born: September 15, 1945; Augusta, GA  
A prominent American soprano, Jessye Norman was the daughter of a schoolteacher and an insurance broker. She started singing spirituals at the age of four at Mount Calvary Baptist Church; one Saturday while doing her chores she heard an opera for the first time, broadcast on the radio. She became an instant opera fan and started listening to recordings of Marian Anderson and Leontyne Price. Nat "King" Cole was also a major inspiration for Read more
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TITLE/COMPOSER
LABEL
Das Trinklied vom Jammer der Erde
Der Einsame im Herbst
Von der Jugend
Von der Schönheit
Der Trunkene im Frühling
Der Abschied
Overture (Prelude)
"Sur la place, chacun passe"
"Regardez donc cette petite"
"Avec la garde montante"
"Il y a une jolie fille"
"Et la garde descendante"
"Dites-moi, brigadier"
"La cloche a sonné"
"Dans l'air, nous suivons des yeux la fumée"
"Mais nous ne voyons pas la Carmencita"
"Quand je vous aimerai?...L'amour est un oiseaux rebelle" (Habanera)
"Carmen! sur tes pas nous nous pressons tous!"
"Qu'est-ce que ça veut dire"
"Parle-moi de ma mère!"
"Ma mère, je la vois"
"Attends un peu maintenant"
"Au secours!"
"Voyons, brigadier.."
"Avez-vous quelque chose à repondre?" - Tra la la la. Coupe-moi, brûle-moi"
"Où me conduirez-vous?"
"Près des remparts de Séville...Tais-toi"
"Le lieutenant... prenéz garde!" - "Voici l'ordre"
Entracte (between Act I & II)
"Les tringles des sistres tintaient"
"Vous avez quelque chose à nous dire" - "Vivat! vivat le torero" - "Qu'est-ce c'est que ça?"
"Votre toast, je peux vous le rendre" - "Toréador, en garde"
"Messieurs les officiers, je vous en prie" - Marche
"Le Dancaïre et le Remendado ont à vous parler"
"Nous avons en tête une affaire!"
"En voilà assez" - "Halte-là! Qui va là? Dragon d'Alcala! - "Enfin... te voilà..."
"Je vais danser en votre honneur"
"Au quartier! pour l'appel!"
"La fleur que tu m'avais jetée"
"Non, tu ne m'aimes pas!"
"Holà! Carmen! Holà!"
"Bel officier"
Entracte (between Act II & III)
"Écoute, compagnon, écoute!"
"Halte! nous allons nous arrêter ici!"
"Mêlons! Coupons!"
"Carreau! Pique!... La mort!"
"Eh! bien?..."
"Quant au douanier, c'est notre affaire!"
"C'est ici"
"Je dis que rien ne m'épouvante"
"Mais... je ne me trompe pas..."
"Je suis Escamillo"
"Holà! holà! José!"
"Halte! quelqu'un est là"
Entracte (between Scene 1 & 2)
"A dos cuartos!"
"Qu'avez-vous donc fait de la Carmencita?"
"Les voici! voici la quadrille!"
"Si tu m'aimes, Carmen"
"C'est toi!" "C'est-moi!"
Prélude - "Glou, glou, glou! Je suis la bière"
"La vérité, dit-on, sortait d'une puits"
"Allons! mes enfants"
"Voyons: 'Pour Hoffmann'!" - "Dans les rôles d'amoureux langoureux"
"Deux heures devant moi!"
"Vive Dieu! mes amis, la belle créature!"
"Bonjour, amis"
"Il était une fois à la cour d'Eisenach" (La légende de Kleinzach)
"Peuh! cette bière est détestable!"
"Et par où votre diablerie"
"Je vous dis, moi, qu'un malheur me menace!"
Entr'acte
"Là, charmante!"
"Allons! courage et confiance!"
"Une poupée aux yeux d'émail"
"C'est moi, Coppélius"
"Je me nomme Coppélius"
"Serviteur!"
"Tout est prêt!"
"Non, aucun hôte vraiment"
"Les oiseaux dans la charmille"
"Ah! mon ami, quel accent!"
"Ils se sont éloignés, enfin!"
"Tu me fuis?"
"Voici les valseurs!"
Entr'acte - "Elle a fui la tourterelle"
"Malheureuse enfant"
"Jour et nuit"
"Voilà ce brave Frantz"
"Vois sous l'archet frémissant"
"Ah! tu doutes de tout!"
"Pourtant, ô ma fiancée"
"C'est une chanson d'amour"
"Qu'as-tu donc?... Tu souffres?"
"Pour conjurer le danger"
"Ne plus chanter!"
"Tu ne chanteras plus?"
"Ta mère? Oses-tu l'invoquer?"
"Mon enfant! Ma fille!"
Entr'acte (Barcarolle)
"Messieurs, silence!"
"Belle nuit, ô nuit d'amour"
"Et moi, ce n'est pas là qui m'enchante"
"A merveille Madame!"
"Tourne, tourne, miroir"
"Charmante!"
"Giulietta, palsembleu!"
"L'amour lui dit: la belle"
"Tiens, mes cartes!"
"Morbleu!"
"Il a ma clé"
"Ton ami dit vrai"
"O Dieu, de quelle ivresse"
"Jusque là, cependant"
"Le voilà, donc"
"Folie!"
"Voilà, mes amis"
"Pour le coeur de Phryné"
"Arière, tous"
Wesendonck Lieder (1995 - Remaster): I. Der Engel
Wesendonck Lieder (1995 - Remaster): II. Stehe still
Wesendonck Lieder (1995 - Remaster): III. Im Treibhaus
Wesendonck Lieder (1995 - Remaster): IV. Schmerzen
Wesendonck Lieder (1995 - Remaster): V. Traume
Chansons madécasses: Aoua
Chansons madécasses: Il est doux..
Roméo et Juliette Op. 17: Premier transports (Strophes)
La Fraîcheur et le feu (1995 Digital Remaster): Rayon des yeux
La Fraîcheur et le feu (1995 Digital Remaster): Le matin les branches attisent
La Fraîcheur et le feu (1995 Digital Remaster): Tout disparut
La Fraîcheur et le feu (1995 Digital Remaster): Dans les ténèbres du jardin
La Fraîcheur et le feu (1995 Digital Remaster): Unis la fraîcheur et le feu
La Fraîcheur et le feu (1995 Digital Remaster): Homme au sourir tendre
La Fraîcheur et le feu (1995 Digital Remaster): La grande rivière qui va
1. Te Deum laudamus
2. Te ergo
3. Aeterna fac
4. Salvum fac
5. In te, Domine, speravi
Roméo et Juliette, Symphonie dramatique, Op. 17, 1ère Partie: Introduction: Combats - Tumulte - Intervention du Prince
Roméo et Juliette, Symphonie dramatique, Op. 17, Prologue: Récitatif choral
Roméo et Juliette, Symphonie dramatique, Op. 17, Prologue: Strophes
Roméo et Juliette, Symphonie dramatique, Op. 17, Prologue: Récitatif et Scherzetto
Roméo et Juliette, Symphonie dramatique, Op. 17, 4ème Partie: Joie délirante
Roméo et Juliette, Symphonie dramatique, Op. 17, 4ème Partie: Dernières angoisses et mort des deux amants
Roméo et Juliette, Symphonie dramatique, Op. 17, Final: La foule accourt au cimetière. Rixe des Capulets et des Montagus
Roméo et Juliette, Symphonie dramatique, Op. 17, Final: Récitatif du Père Laurence. Air du Père Laurence
Roméo et Juliette, Symphonie dramatique, Op. 17, Final: Serment de réconciliation
Prélude - "Glou, glou, glou! Je suis la bière"
"La vérité, dit-on, sortait d'une puits"
"Allons! mes enfants"
"Voyons: 'Pour Hoffmann'!" - "Dans les rôles d'amoureux langoureux"
"Deux heures devant moi!"
"Vive Dieu! mes amis, la belle créature!"
"Bonjour, amis"
"Il était une fois à la cour d'Eisenach" (La légende de Kleinzach)
"Peuh! cette bière est détestable!"
"Et par où votre diablerie"
"Je vous dis, moi, qu'un malheur me menace!"
Entr'acte
"Là, charmante!"
"Allons! courage et confiance!"
"Une poupée aux yeux d'émail"
"C'est moi, Coppélius"
"Je me nomme Coppélius"
"Serviteur!"
"Tout est prêt!"
"Non, aucun hôte vraiment"
"Les oiseaux dans la charmille"
"Ah! mon ami, quel accent!"
"Ils se sont éloignés, enfin!"
"Tu me fuis?"
"Voici les valseurs!"
Entr'acte - "Elle a fui la tourterelle"
"Malheureuse enfant"
"Jour et nuit"
"Voilà ce brave Frantz"
"Vois sous l'archet frémissant"
"Ah! tu doutes de tout!"
"Pourtant, ô ma fiancée"
"C'est une chanson d'amour"
"Qu'as-tu donc?... Tu souffres?"
"Pour conjurer le danger"
"Ne plus chanter!"
"Tu ne chanteras plus?"
"Ta mère? Oses-tu l'invoquer?"
"Mon enfant! Ma fille!"
Entr'acte (Barcarolle)
"Messieurs, silence!"
"Belle nuit, ô nuit d'amour"
"Et moi, ce n'est pas là qui m'enchante"
"A merveille Madame!"
"Tourne, tourne, miroir"
"Charmante!"
"Giulietta, palsembleu!"
"L'amour lui dit: la belle"
"Tiens, mes cartes!"
"Morbleu!"
"Il a ma clé"
"Ton ami dit vrai"
"O Dieu, de quelle ivresse"
"Jusque là, cependant"
"Le voilà, donc"
"Folie!"
"Voilà, mes amis"
"Pour le coeur de Phryné"
"Arière, tous"
Preludio
"O lola ch'ai di latti la cammisa" (Siciliana)
Introduzione
"Gli aranci olezzano sui verdi margini"
"Dite, mama Lucia"
"Il cavallo scalpita"
"Beato voi, compar Alfio"
"Regina coeli laetare...Innegiamo, il Signor non è morto" (Preghiera)
"Voi lo sapete, o mama" (Romanza)
"Tu qui, Santuzza?" (Duetto) - "Fior la giaggolo"
"Fior di giaggiolo"
"Ah! lo vedi" (Duetto)
"Oh! Il Signore vi manda" (Duetto)
Intermezzo sinfonico
"A casa, amici" - "Comare Lola"
"Viva il vino spumeggiante" (Brindisi)
"A voi tutti salute"
"Mama, quel vino è generoso" - "Turiddu?! Che vuoi dire?"
Wagner: Lohengrin - Prelude to Act I
Wagner: Lohengrin / Act 1 - "Hört, Grafen, Edle, Freie von Brabant!"
Wagner: Lohengrin / Act 1 - "Dank, König, dir, daß du zu richten kamst!"
Wagner: Lohengrin / Act 1 - "Seht hin! Sie naht, die hart Beklagte!"
Wagner: Lohengrin / Act 1 - "Einsam in trüben Tagen"
Wagner: Lohengrin / Act 1 - "Mich irret nicht ihr träumerischer Mut"
Wagner: Lohengrin / Act 1 - "Wer hier im Gotteskampf zu streiten kam"
Wagner: Lohengrin / Act 1 - "Nun sei bedankt, mein lieber Schwan!"
Wagner: Lohengrin / Act 1 - "Zum Kampf für eine Magd zu stehen"
Wagner: Lohengrin / Act 1 - "Nun hört! Euch, Volk und Edlen mach' ich kund"
Wagner: Lohengrin / Act 1 - "Nun höret mich und achtet wohl"
Wagner: Lohengrin / Act 1 - "Durch Gottes Sieg ist jetzt dein Leben mein"
Wagner: Lohengrin / Act 2 - Introduction
Wagner: Lohengrin / Act 2 - "Erhebe dich, Genossin meiner Schmach!"
Wagner: Lohengrin / Act 2 - "Du wilde Seherin"
Wagner: Lohengrin / Act 2 - "Euch Lüften, die mein Klagen"
Wagner: Lohengrin / Act 2 - "Elsa!"
Wagner: Lohengrin / Act 2 - "Entweihte Götter! Helft jetzt meiner Rache!"
Wagner: Lohengrin / Act 2 - "Wie kann ich solche Huld dir lohnen"
Wagner: Lohengrin / Act 2 - "In Früh'n versammelt uns der Ruf"
Wagner: Lohengrin / Act 2 - "Des Königs Wort und Will' tu ich euch kund"
Wagner: Lohengrin / Act 2 - "Gesegnet soll sie schreiten"
Wagner: Lohengrin / Act 2 - "Zurück, Elsa! Nicht länger will ich dulden"
Wagner: Lohengrin / Act 2 - "O König! Trugbetörte Fürsten! Haltet ein!"
Wagner: Lohengrin / Act 2 - "Welch ein Geheimnis muß der Held bewahren?"
Wagner: Lohengrin / Act 2 - "Mein Held, entgegne kühn dem Ungetreuen"
Wagner: Lohengrin / Act 3 - Prelude to Act 3
Wagner: Lohengrin / Act 3 - "Treulich geführt ziehet dahin"
Wagner: Lohengrin / Act 3 - "Das süße Lied verhallt"
Wagner: Lohengrin / Act 3 - "Fühl' ich zu dir so süß mein Herz entbrennen"
Wagner: Lohengrin / Act 3 - "Atmest du nicht mit mir die süßen Düfte?"
Wagner: Lohengrin / Act 3 - "Höchstes Vertraun hast du mir schon zu danken"
Wagner: Lohengrin / Act 3 - "Weh, nun ist all unser Glück dahin!"
Wagner: Lohengrin / Act 3 - "Heil König Heinrich!"
Wagner: Lohengrin / Act 3 - "Macht Platz dem Helden von Brabant!"
Wagner: Lohengrin / Act 3 - "In fernem Land, unnahbar euren Schritten"
Wagner: Lohengrin / Act 3 - "Mir schwankt der Boden! Welche Nacht!"
Wagner: Lohengrin / Act 3 - "Mein lieber Schwan!"
Tippett: A Child of our Time / Part 1 - "The World Turns On Its Dark Side"
Tippett: A Child of our Time / Part 1 - "Man Has Measured The Heavens"
Tippett: A Child of our Time / Part 1 - "Is Evil Then Good?"
Tippett: A Child of our Time / Part 1 - "Now In Each Nation" - "When Shall The Userer's City Cease"
Tippett: A Child of our Time / Part 1 - "I Have No Money For My Bread"
Tippett: A Child of our Time / Part 1 - "How Can I Cherish My Man In Such Days...Steal Away"
Tippett: A Child of our Time / Part 2 - "A Star Rises In Mid-Winter"
Tippett: A Child of our Time / Part 2 - "And A Time Came"
Tippett: A Child of our Time / Part 2 - "O My Son!"
Tippett: A Child of our Time / Part 2 - "Nobody Knows The Trouble I See"
Tippett: A Child of our Time / Part 2 - "The Boy Becomes Desperate In His Agony"
Tippett: A Child of our Time / Part 2 - "They Took A Terrible Vengeance"
Tippett: A Child of our Time / Part 2 - "Go Down, Moses"
Tippett: A Child of our Time / Part 2 - "My Dreams Are All Shattered"
Tippett: A Child of our Time / Part 2 - "What Have I Done To You, My Son?...O, By And By"
Tippett: A Child of our Time / Part 3 - "The Cold Deepens"
Tippett: A Child of our Time / Part 3 - "The Soul Of Man"
Tippett: A Child of our Time / Part 3 - "The Words Of Wisdom Are These"
Tippett: A Child of our Time / Part 3 - "I Would Know My Shadow And My Light"
Tippett: A Child of our Time / Part 3 - "Deep River"
Wenn mein Schatz Hochzeit macht
Ging heut' morgen übers Feld
Ich hab' ein glühend Messer
Die zwei blauen Augen von meinem Schatz
Sinfonia
"Amici, il fiero Marte"
"Vado a pugnar contento"
"Armida, ebben, che pensi?"
"Se dal suo braccio oppresso"
"Parti Rinaldo; ed ebbe core Armida"
"Se pietade avete, oh Numi"
Marcia
"Valorosi compagni, nuovi perigli"
"Dove son? Che miro intorno?" - "Qual turbamento igno- to" - "Signor, ingombro è il monte"
"Ah, si scenda per poco"
"Se tu seguir mi vuoi"
"Armida, ah vieni, e vedi"
"Oh amico! Oh mio rossor!"
"Cara, sarò fedele"
"Odi, e serba il segreto"
"Tu mi sprezzi, e mi deridi"
"No, non mi pento"
"Ah, si plachi il fiero Nume"
"Va pur, folle"
"Teco lo guida al campo"
"Ben simulati io credo"
"Armida...Oh affanno!"
"Cara, è vero, io son tiranno"
"Barbaro! E ardisci anchor"
"Odio, furor, dispetto"
"Eccoti alfin, Rinaldo, reso"
"Prence amato, in questo amplesso"
"Ansioso già mi vedi"
"Partirò, ma pensa, ingrato"
"Questa dunqu'è la selva?"
"Torna pure al caro bene"
"Qual tumulto d'idee m'eccita in seno"
"Ah, non ferir: t'arresta"
"Che inopportuno incontro!"
"Dei pietosi, in tal cimento" - "Ed io m'arresto?"
Marcia
"Fermate. Utile sia breve dimora"
"Astri che in ciel splendete"
Sinfonia
"Che burrasca! che tempesta!"
"S'è lecito, signora"
"Non s'innalza"
"Su via volgete, o bella"
"So che una bestia sei"
"Evviva allegramente"
"Non sparate...mi disdico..."
"Vanne, sciocco balordo; intendo"
"Io son, poverina"
"Ah che già sono ormai"
"Mira il campo all'intorno"
"A trionfar t'invita"
"Cara Lisetta, da qual gelida mano"
"Con un tenero sospiro"
"Ecco che siamo, o cara"
"Ah, che divenni stupida"
"Bel godere la campagna"
"Ah no, mio dolce amore"
"Che miro, Rosina?"
"Massima filosofica"
"Senti Masino..."
"Per pietà, vezzosi rai"
"Che destino crudel! dover soffrire"
"Va pettegola insolente" - "Ma che ingiustizia è que- sta!"
"Misera, chi m'aiuta"
"Dove fuggo, ove m'ascondo"
"Ah che perfida donna!"
"Già la morte in mante nero"
"Ed acciò non mi resti per colei"
"Ah, non m'inganno, è Orfeo"
"Or che torna il vago Aprile"
"Eccomi giunta al colmo"
"Care spiagge, selve, addio"
"Caro figlio, partiamo"
"Giro di qua, di là"
"Animo risoluto"
"Masino, deh, senti"
"Perfido, indegno"
"Ah, dov'è la mia Rosina?"
"Che stupore, che cosa impensata!"
"Già per l'aria a poco a poco"
"Che donna ingannatrice!"
"Rosina vezzosina"
"Si, mia cara"
"Ben che gema un'alma oppressa"
Overture
Che lieto giorno
Recit: Viva, viva il buon gusto
Se l'augellin sen fugge
Recit: Presto, Nardo, Serpetta andate
Dentro il mio petto io sento
Recit: Della nemica sorte
Noi donne poverine
Recit: Sarei felice appieno..Io per me non capisco
A forza di martelli
Recit: Mia cara nipotina
Che beltà, che leggiadria
Recit: Sposa, Arminda, mio sole
Si promette facilmente
Recit: Che dite, signor Conte
Da Scirocco a Tramontana
Recit: Evviva, evviva...In questa casa non si può
Un marito, Oh Dio, vorrei...Come in questa canzone
Bravo, signor buffone
Appena mi vedon
Geme la tortorella
Io son la tortorella...Vi son io
Numi! che incanto è questo..Ecco il liquor, prendete
Che silenzio! fan lunari...Che tratto è questo
Ma voi, che pretendete
Recitativo: Non fuggirmi spietata
No.13 Aria: Vorrei punirti indegno/Ma voi che pretendete
Recitativo: Ah costei non è donna/Quanto lo compatisco
No.14 Aria: Con un vezzo all'italiana
Rectitativo: Costui mi dà piacere/Che strano caso
No.15 Aria: Care pupille belle
Recitativo: Va, Conte disgraziato
No.16 Aria: Una voce sento al core
Recitativo: Ah che son stato un sciocco!
No.17 Aria: Una damina, una nipote
Recitativo: Sappi Arminda, ben mio/Eppur dalla costanza
No.18 Aria: Dolce d'amor compagna
Recitativo: Credimi nipotina/Io lo difendo
No.19 Recitativo e Aria: Ah non partir...m'ascolta/Già divento freddo
Recitativo: Oh poveretto me!/Va pur, ma questa volta
No.20 Aria: Chi vuol godere il mondo
No.21 Crudeli, oh Dio! fermate/Recitativo: Dove son!
No.22 Cavatina: Ah dal pianto, dal singhiozzo/Recitativo: Ma qui niuno m'ascolta
No.23 Finale: Fra quest'ombre
Recitativo: Qui fermate amici il piede
Andantino: Mio Tirsi, deh senti le dolci sirene
Recit: Sentimi, Nardo mio..Dovrò dunque languire
Mirate che contrasto
Recit: Oh, l'ho pensata bene..Vedete che sfacciata
Mio padrone, io dir volevo
Ramiro, orsù, alle corte..E giunge a questo segno
Va pure ad altri in braccio
Dove mai son!..Tu mi lasci?...Lei mi chiama?
Ma nipote, mia cara
"Viva pur la Giardiniera"
Overture
"Cinque... deci... venti..." - "Cosa stai misurando"
"Se a caso Madama" - "Or bene, ascolta, e taci"
"Se vuol ballare" - "Ed aspettaste il giorno"
"La vendetta" - "Tutto ancor non ho perso"
"Via resti servita" - "Va là, vecchia pedante"
"Non so più cosa son, cosa faccio"
"Ah, son perduto!"
"Cosa sento! tosto andate" - "Basilio, in traccia tosto"
"Giovani liete" - "Cos'è questa commedia?" - "Giovani liete" - "Evviva!"
"Non più andrai"
"Porgi amor"
"Vieni, cara Susanna" - "Quanto duolmi, Susanna"
"Voi che sapete" - "Bravo! che bella voce!"
"Venite... inginocchiatevi..."
"Quante buffonerie!" - "Che novità!"
"Susanna, or via, sortite" - "Dunque, voi non aprite"
"Aprite, presto" - "O guarda il demonietto!" - "Tutto è come io lasciai"
"Esci, ormai, garzon malnato" - "Susanna!... Signore!"
"Signore, di fuori" - "Ah! signore... signor!"
"Voi signor, che giusto siete"
"Che imbarazzo è mai questo" - "Via, fatti core"
"Crudel! perché finora" - "E perché fosti meco"
"Hai già vinta la causa" - "Vedrò mentr'io sospiro"
"Andiamo, andiam, bel paggio"
"E Susanna non vien!...Dove sono"
"E decisa la lite"
"Riconosci in questo amplesso" - "Eccovi, o" - "Io vi dico"
"Cosa mi narri!" - "Che soave zefiretto" - "Piegato è il foglio"
"Ricevete, o padroncina" - "Queste sono, Madama"
"Ecco la marcia... andiamo." - "Amanti costanti"
Fandango - "Eh già, solita usanza"
"L'ho perduta... me meschina!"
"Barbarina, cos'hai?" - "Madre... Figlio." - "Presto, avvertiam Susanna"
"Il capro e la capretta"
"Nel padiglione a manca"
"In quegli anni in cui val poco"
"Tutto è disposto" - "Aprite un po' quegli occhi"
"Signora, ella mi disse"
"Giunse alfin il momento" - "Deh vieni non tardar"
"Perfida! e in quella forma meco mentia?"
"Pian pianin le andrò più presso"
"Tutto è tranquillo e placido" - "Pace, pace mio dolce tesoro"
"Gente, gente, all'armi"
Brahms: Sechs Lieder op.85 - 1. Sommerabend
Brahms: Sechs Lieder op.85 - 2. Mondenschein
Brahms: Sechs Lieder op.85 - 3. Mädchenlied "Ach, und du mein kühles Wasser"
Brahms: Sechs Lieder op.85 - 4. Ade!
Brahms: Sechs Lieder op.85 - 5. Frühlingslied
Brahms: Sechs Lieder op.85 - 6. In Waldeseinsamkeit
Brahms: Gestillte Sehnsucht, Op.91, No.1
Brahms: Geistliches Wiegenlied, Op.91, No.2


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