John Cheek

Biography

Born: August 17, 1948; Greenville, NC  
Taken into the fold of the Metropolitan Opera before the age of 30, this versatile bass baritone has grown from a promising beginning to satisfying artistic maturity. John Cheek's compact, finely focused instrument has gained in density over the years without losing its firm, handsome sound; indeed, his finest work has come since he entered his forties, a time when many other basses and bass baritones are already showing evidence of vocal Read more deterioration. His good looks have also served to make his an effective stage presence. Often, he has produced performances perceptibly better-sung and acted than those by singers far more aggressively promoted by recording companies. Although Cheek has frequently recorded and has primarily been heard in leading roles, stardom has eluded him. On the other hand, listeners seeking vocal polish and artistic sensitivity have discovered in him a singer who commands utmost respect.

Born in South Carolina, Cheek grew up in Wilmington, NC, and was a student at the North Carolina School for the Arts. Upon graduation, he studied at the Manhattan School of Music and in Siena, Italy, where he underwent advanced training with Gino Bechi, the famous baritone who sang and recorded in Italy during the 1940s and 1950s. Cheek's Metropolitan Opera debut took place on October 11, 1977, when he sang the Physician in Pelléas et Mélisande. In subsequent seasons, he was heard in more prominent roles, such as Mozart's Figaro, Ferrando in Il trovatore, Monterone, Pimen, Panthée (Les troyens), Wurm, Alfonso, Méphistophélès, and even Klingsor. Cheek's New York City Opera debut came in 1986 and he has since sung a number of leading roles in that theater.

Cheek's career has taken him far beyond New York. In the 1990s alone, he sang in Verdi's Don Carlos in Nice and performed Berlioz's La Damnation de Faust with the Minnesota Orchestra under Valery Gergiev. During the 1993 - 1994 season, he again performed La Damnation de Faust in concert, this time singing Méphistophélès with the St. Louis Symphony and in Europe was heard as Attila in Nice and Zaccaria in Bregenz. The 1994 - 1995 season found Cheek returning to Nice for Boito's Mefistofele and essaying Berlioz's devil once more, this time in Stockholm. The next season was notable for Cheek's first Don Pasquale at the Cincinnati Summer Opera, Don Giovanni with Milwaukee's Florentine Opera, and Nick Shadow (his first on-stage) with the Berkshire Opera. For the 1997 - 1998 season, Cheek sang his first Vanderdecken in the Florentine Opera's Flying Dutchman, presented Gounod's Méphistophélès at the Quebec Opera and portrayed Frère Lawrence in Pittsburgh. For 1998 - 1999, Cheek took his Dutchman to both Houston and Columbus, sang King Philip in Montreal and bedeviled Gounod's Faust in Seattle. As his career crossed into the new millennium, Cheek sang with the Dallas Civic Opera in La clemenza di Tito and sang Berlioz's Méphistophélès in Helsinki.

Cheek has achieved equal distinction on the concert stage, having sung with nearly all the major American symphonies and many abroad. Under such estimable conductors as Leonard Bernstein, Sir Andrew Davis, Sir Colin Davis, Charles Dutoit, James Levine, Zubin Mehta, Leonard Slatkin, and Sir Georg Solti, he has sung an eclectic assortment of the core concert repertory as well as works by contemporary composers. Aside from such works as Verdi's Requiem, Beethoven's Missa Solemnis, and Schoenberg's Gurrelieder (recorded), he premiered Tippett's Mask of Time (also recorded) and has been acclaimed in Martinu's Field Mass and Frank Martin's In Terra Pax. Read less

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Born: August 17, 1948; Greenville, NC  
Taken into the fold of the Metropolitan Opera before the age of 30, this versatile bass baritone has grown from a promising beginning to satisfying artistic maturity. John Cheek's compact, finely focused instrument has gained in density over the years without losing its firm, handsome sound; indeed, his finest work has come since he entered his forties, a time when many other basses and bass baritones are already showing evidence of vocal Read more
WORKS ALBUMS
TITLE/COMPOSER
LABEL
Prelude
Act I Scene 1: Duet and Trio: The woods are green... (Anne, Tom, Trulove)
Act I Scene 1: Recitative: Anne, my dear... (Trulove, Anne, Tom)
Act I Scene 1: Recitative: Here I stand... (Tom)
Act I Scene 1: Aria: Since it is not by merit... (Tom)
Act I Scene 1: Recitative: Tom Rakewell? (Nick, Tom)
Act I Scene 1: Recitative: Fair lady... (Nick)
Act I Scene 1: Quartet: I wished but once... (Tom, Nick, Anne, Trulove)
Act I Scene 1: Recitative: I'll call the coachman, sir (Nick, Trulove)
Act I Scene 1: Duettino: Farewell, farewell... (Anne, Tom)
Act I Scene 1: Recitative: All is ready, sir (Nick, Tom)
Act I Scene 1: Arioso: Dear Father Trulove... (Tom)
Act I Scene 1: Terzettino: Laughter and light... (Tom, Anne, Trulove, Nick)
Act I Scene 2: Chorus: With air commanding... (Roaring boys, Whores)
Act I Scene 2: Recitative and Scene: Come, Tom... (Nick, Mother Goose, Tom)
Act I Scene 2: Chorus: Soon dawn will glitter... (Roaring boys, Whores, Nick)
Act I Scene 2: Recitative: Brothers of Mars... (Nick)
Act I Scene 2: Cavatina: Love, too frequently betrayed... (Tom)
Act I Scene 2: Chorus: How sad a song (Whores, Mother Goose)
Act I Scene 2: Chorus: The sun is bright (Chorus, Nick)
Act I Scene 3: Introduction
Act I Scene 3: Recitative: No word from Tom (Anne)
Act I Scene 3: Aria: Quietly, night... (Anne)
Act I Scene 3: Recitative: My father! (Anne)
Act I Scene 3: Cabaletta: I go, I go to him (Anne)
Act II Scene 1: Introduction
Act II Scene 1: Aria: Vary the song (Tom)
Act II Scene 1: Recitative: O Nature, green unnatural mother... (Tom)
Act II Scene 1: Aria: Always the quarry... (Tom)
Act II Scene 1: Recitative: Master, are you alone? (Nick, Tom)
Act II Scene 1: Aria: In youth the panting slave... (Nick)
Act II Scene 1: Duet-Finale: My tale shall be told... (Tom, Nick)
Act II Scene 2: Introduction
Act II Scene 2: Recitative and Arioso: How strange! (Anne)
Act II Scene 2: Duet: Anne! Here! (Tom, Anne)
Act II Scene 2: Recitative: My love, am I to remain in here forever? (Baba, Ann, Tom)
Act II Scene 2: Trio: Could it then... (Anne, Tom, Baba)
Act II Scene 2: Finale: I have not run away... (Baba, Tom, Town People)
Act II Scene 3: Aria: As I was saying... (Baba, Tom)
Act II Scene 3: Baba's Song (Baba)
Act II Scene 3: Aria: Scorned! Abused! Neglected! (Baba)
Act II Scene 3: Recitative: My heart is cold... (Tom)
Act II Scene 3: Pantomime (Nick)
Act II Scene 3: Recitative - Arioso - Recitative: Awake? (Nick, Tom)
Act II Scene 3: Duet: Thanks to this excellent device... (Tom, Nick)
Act II Scene 3: Recitative: Forgive me, master... (Nick, Tom)
Prologue
Beatitude No. 1. Selig sind die Armen im Geiste (Blessed are the poor in spirit) (Chorus, Baritone)
Beatitude No. 2. Selig sind die sanftmutigen (Blessed are the meek) (Chorus, Soprano, Tenor, Bass, Baritone)
Beatitude No. 3. Selig sind die Trauernden (Blessed are those who mourn) (Chorus, Alto, Mezzo-Soprano, Soprano, Tenor, Bass, Baritone)
Beatitude No. 4. Selig sind, die hungern und dursten nach der gerechtigkeit (Blessed are those who hunger...for righteousness) (Tenor, Baritone)
Beatitude No. 5. Selig sind die Barmherzigen (Blessed are the merciful) (Tenor, Chorus, Baritone, Soprano)
Beatitude No. 6. Selig, die reinen Herzens sind (Blessed are the pure in heart) (Bass, Tenor, Chorus, Baritone)
Beatitude No. 7. Selig sind die Friedfertigen (Blessed are the peacemakers) (Bass, Chorus, Baritone)
Beatitude No. 8. Selig sind, die um der Gerechtigkeit willen verfolgt werden (Blessed are those who are persecuted) (Bass, Chorus, Mezzo-Soprano, Baritone)
Tosca, Act 1: "Ah! Finalmente!" (Angelotti, Sacristan, Cavaradossi)
Tosca - Opera in three acts (1997 Remastered Version), Act I: Dammi i colori...Recondita armonia (Cavaradossi, Sacristan)
Tosca (1997 Remastered Version), Act I: Gente là dentro! (Cavaradossi, Angelotti, Tosca)
Tosca (1997 Remastered Version), Act I: Mario! Mario! Mario! (Tosca, Cavaradossi)
Tosca - Opera in three acts (1997 Remastered Version), Act I: Ah, quegli occhi...Quale occhio al mondo (Tosca, Cavaradossi)
Tosca (1997 Remastered Version), Act I: E buona la mia Tosca (Cavaradossi, Angelotti, Sacristan, Choirboys)
Tosca (1997 Remastered Version), Act I: Un tal baccano in chiesa! (Scarpia, Sacristan, Spoletta)
Tosca (1997 Remastered Version), Act I: Or tutto è chiaro...Tosca? Che non mi veda...Mario! Mario! (Scarpia, Tosca, Sacristan)
Tosca (1997 Remastered Version), Act I: Ed io venivo a lui tutta dogliosa (Tosca, Scarpia)
Tosca (1997 Remastered Version), Act I: Tre sbirri, una carrozza (Scarpia, Spoletta, Congregation, Attendants)
Tosca (1997 Remastered Version), Act II: Tosca è un buon falco! (Scarpia, Sciarrone)
Tosca (1997 Remastered Version), Act II: Ha più forte (Scarpia, Sciarrone, Spoletta)
Tosca (1997 Remastered Version), Act II: Meno male! (Scarpia, Spoletta, Cavaradossi)
Tosca (1997 Remastered Version), Act II: Dov'è dunque Angelotti? (Scarpia, Cavaradossi, Spoletta, Tosca)
Tosca (1997 Remastered Version), Act II: Ed or fra noi parliam...Sciarrone, che dice il Cavalier? (Scarpia, Tosca, Sciarrone, Cavaradossi)
Tosca (1997 Remastered Version), Act II: Orsù, Tosca, parlate (Scarpia, Tosca, Cavaradossi)
Tosca (1997 Remastered Version), Act II: Floria!....Amore!...Sei tu? (Cavaradossi, Tosca, Scarpia, Sciarrone)
Tosca (1997 Remastered Version), Act II: Vittoria! Vittoria! (Cavaradossi, Tosca, Scarpia)
Tosca (1997 Remastered Version), Act II: Se la guirata fede debbo tradir (Scarpia, Tosca)
Tosca (1997 Remastered Version), Act II: Vissi d'arte (Tosca)
Tosca (1997 Remastered Version), Act II: Vedi, le man giunte io stendo a te! (Tosca, Scarpia, Spoletta)
Tosca (1997 Remastered Version), Act II: E qual via scegliete? (Scarpia, Tosca)
Tosca (1997 Remastered Version), Act III: Io de' sospiri (Shepherd Boy)
Tosca (1997 Remastered Version), Act III: Mario Cavaradossi? A voi (Gaoler, Cavaradossi)
Tosca - Opera in three acts (1997 Remastered Version), Act III: E lucevan le stelle (Cavaradossi)
Tosca - Opera in three acts (1997 Remastered Version), Act III: Ah! Franchigia a Floria Tosca (Cavaradossi, Tosca)
Tosca - Opera in three acts (1997 Remastered Version), Act III: O dolci mani mansuete e pure (Cavaradossi, Tosca)
Tosca - Opera in three acts (1997 Remastered Version), Act III: E non giungono (Tosca, Cavaradossi, Gaoler)
Tosca (1997 Remastered Version), Act III: Com'è lunga l'attesa! (Tosca)
Tosca (1997 Remastered Version), Act III: Presto, su! Mario! Mario! (Tosca, Sciarrone, Spoletta, Soldiers)
Puccini: Tosca, Act 1: "Ah! Finalmente!" (Angelotti, Sacristan, Cavaradossi)
Tosca - Opera in three acts (1997 Digital Remaster), Act I: Dammi i colori...Recondita armonia (Cavaradossi, Sacristan)
Tosca (1997 - Remaster), Act I: Gente là dentro! (Cavaradossi, Angelotti, Tosca)
Tosca (1997 - Remaster), Act I: Mario! Mario! Mario! (Tosca, Cavaradossi)
Tosca - Opera in three acts (1997 Digital Remaster), Act I: Ah, quegli occhi...Quale occhio al mondo (Tosca, Cavaradossi)
Tosca (1997 - Remaster), Act I: E buona la mia Tosca (Cavaradossi, Angelotti, Sacristan, Choirboys)
Tosca (1997 - Remaster), Act I: Un tal baccano in chiesa! (Scarpia, Sacristan, Spoletta)
Tosca (1997 - Remaster), Act I: Or tutto è chiaro...Tosca? Che non mi veda...Mario! Mario! (Scarpia, Tosca, Sacristan)
Tosca (1997 - Remaster), Act I: Ed io venivo a lui tutta dogliosa (Tosca, Scarpia)
Tosca (1997 - Remaster), Act I: Tre sbirri, una carrozza (Scarpia, Spoletta, Congregation, Attendants)
Tosca (1997 - Remaster), Act II: Tosca è un buon falco! (Scarpia, Sciarrone)
Tosca (1997 - Remaster), Act II: Ha più forte (Scarpia, Sciarrone, Spoletta)
Tosca (1997 - Remaster), Act II: Meno male! (Scarpia, Spoletta, Cavaradossi)
Tosca (1997 - Remaster), Act II: Dov'è dunque Angelotti? (Scarpia, Cavaradossi, Spoletta, Tosca)
Tosca (1997 - Remaster), Act II: Ed or fra noi parliam...Sciarrone, che dice il Cavalier? (Scarpia, Tosca, Sciarrone, Cavaradossi)
Tosca (1997 - Remaster), Act II: Orsù, Tosca, parlate (Scarpia, Tosca, Cavaradossi)
Tosca (1997 - Remaster), Act II: Floria!....Amore!...Sei tu? (Cavaradossi, Tosca, Scarpia, Sciarrone)
Tosca (1997 - Remaster), Act II: Vittoria! Vittoria! (Cavaradossi, Tosca, Scarpia)
Tosca (1997 - Remaster), Act II: Se la guirata fede debbo tradir (Scarpia, Tosca)
Tosca (1997 - Remaster), Act II: Vissi d'arte (Tosca)
Tosca (1997 - Remaster), Act II: Vedi, le man giunte io stendo a te! (Tosca, Scarpia, Spoletta)
Tosca (1997 - Remaster), Act II: E qual via scegliete? (Scarpia, Tosca)
Tosca (1997 - Remaster), Act III: Io de' sospiri (Shepherd Boy)
Tosca (1997 - Remaster), Act III: Mario Cavaradossi? A voi (Gaoler, Cavaradossi)
Tosca - Opera in three acts (1997 Digital Remaster), Act III: E lucevan le stelle (Cavaradossi)
Tosca - Opera in three acts (1997 Digital Remaster), Act III: Ah! Franchigia a Floria Tosca (Cavaradossi, Tosca)
Tosca - Opera in three acts (1997 Digital Remaster), Act III: O dolci mani mansuete e pure (Cavaradossi, Tosca)
Tosca - Opera in three acts (1997 Digital Remaster), Act III: E non giungono (Tosca, Cavaradossi, Gaoler)
Tosca (1997 - Remaster), Act III: Com'è lunga l'attesa! (Tosca)
Tosca (1997 - Remaster), Act III: Presto, su! Mario! Mario! (Tosca, Sciarrone, Spoletta, Soldiers)
Part 1: The world turns on its dark side (Chorus)
Part 1: The Argument - Man has measured the heavens with a telescope (Alto)
Part 1: Interludium - Scena - Is evil then good? (Chorus and Alto)
Part 1: The Narrator - Now in each nation there were some cast out (Bass)
Part 1: Chorus of the Oppressed - When shall the usurers' city cease
Part 1: I have no money for my bread (Tenor)
Part 1: How can I cherish my man in such days (Soprano)
Part 1: A Spiritual - Steal away (Chorus and Soli)
Part 2: A star rises in mid-winter (Chorus)
Part 2: The Narrator - And a time came (Bass)
Part 2: Chorus of Persecutors and Persecuted - Away with them! (Double Chorus)
Part 2: The Narrator - Where they could, they fled from the terror (Bass)
Part 2: Chorus of the Self-righteous - We cannot have them in our Empire
Part 2: The Narrator - And the boy's mother wrote a letter (Bass)
Part 2: Scena - O my son! (Soloists)
Part 2: A Spiritual - Nobody knows the trouble I see, Lord (Chorus and Soli)
Part 2: Scena - The boy becomes desperate in his agony (Bass, Alto)
Part 2: The Narrator - They took a terrible vengeance (Bass)
Part 2: The Terror - Burn down their houses! (Chorus)
Part 2: The Narrator - Men were ashamed of what was done (Bass)
Part 2: A Spiritual of Anger - Go down, Moses (Chorus and Bass)
Part 2: The boy sings in his prison - My dreams are all shattered in a ghastly reality (Tenor)
Part 2: The Mother - What have I done to you, my son? (Soprano)
Part 2: The dark forces rise like a flood (Alto)
Part 2: A Spiritual - O, by and by (Chorus and Soprano)
Part 3: The cold deepens (Chorus)
Part 3: The soul of man is impassioned like a woman (Alto)
Part 3: Scena - The words of wisdom are these (Bass, Chorus)
Part 3: Preludium - I would know my shadow and my light (Chorus and Soli)
Part 3: A Spiritual - Deep river, my home is over Jordan (Chorus and Soli)
Prologue
Beatitude I: Selig sind die Armen im Geiste (Blessed are the poor in spirit) (Chorus, Baritone)
Beatitude II: Selig sind die sanftmutigen (Blessed are the meek) (Chorus, Soprano, Tenor, Bass, Baritone)
Beatitude III: Selig sind die Trauernden (Blessed are those who mourn) (Chorus, Alto, Mezzo-Soprano, Soprano, Tenor, Bass, Baritone)
Beatitude IV: Selig sind, die hungern und dursten nach der gerechtigkeit (Blessed are those who hunger...for righteousness) (Tenor, Baritone)
Beatitude V: Selig sind die Barmherzigen (Blessed are the merciful) (Tenor, Chorus, Baritone, Soprano)
Beatitude VI: Selig, die reinen Herzens sind (Blessed are the pure in heart) (Bass, Tenor, Chorus, Baritone)
Beatitude VII: Selig sind die Friedfertigen (Blessed are the peacemakers) (Bass, Chorus, Baritone)
Beatitude VIII: Selig sind, die um der Gerechtigkeit willen verfolgt werden (Blessed are those who are persecuted) (B, Chorus, MSop, Bari)
Act I: Overture: Fugue
Act I: March
Act I: Recitative: Per vendicar di Menelao l'offesa cui Paride Troja (Ulisse, Lycomede, Fenice)
Act I: Arioso: Grecia tu offendi, Troja difendi (Ulisse)
Act I: Recitative: Falsa e la voce che in mia reggia avesse lungo (Lycomede, Fenice)
Act I: Aria: Al tardar della vendetta (Fenice)
Act I: Recitative: O d'amicizia sante leggi, voi dell'amico Peleo sentir (Lycomede)
Act I: Aria: Nelle nubi intorno al Fato (Lycomede)
Act I: Recitative - Air: Ecco il mio ben. Tutti momenti, ahi lassa! (Deidamia)
Act I: Aria: Di lusinghe, di dolcezza non fatica non asprezza (Nerea)
Act I: Arioso: Seguir di selva in selva la fuggitiva Selva (Achille)
Act I: Recitative: E sempre fisse vi ritrovo a queste opre d'ozio (Achille, Deidamia)
Act I: Aria: Quando accenderan quel petto (Deidamia)
Act I: Recitative: Alla delizia del cor mio, diletta, sempre fido saro (Achille)
Act I: Aria: Se pensi amor tu solo per vezzo e per belta (Achille)
Act I: Recitative: L'uno e Fenice Argo, l'altro e Nestore Pilio (Nerea, Deidamia)
Act I: Aria: Si, che desio quel che tu brami (Nerea)
Act I: Recitative: In vano, o principessa, qui di Peleo venni a cercare (Ulisse, Deidamia)
Act I: Aria: Perdere il bene amato che il fato e amor ti die (Ulisse)
Act I: Recitative: Da questi scaltri ospiti Greci e d'uopo lunge tener (Deidamia)
Act I: Aria: Nasconde l'usignol' in alti rami il nido (Deidamia)
Act II: Aria: Si, m'appaga, si m'alletta quella vaga collinetta (Achille)
Act II: Recitative: No, che ninfa non e. Ma gia finito e il diporto (Fenice)
Act II: L'alto giove al travaglio penoso (Hunters)
Tosca, Act 1: "Ah! Finalmente!" (Angelotti, Sacristan, Cavaradossi)
Tosca - Opera in three acts (1997 Remastered Version), Act I: Dammi i colori...Recondita armonia (Cavaradossi, Sacristan)
Tosca (1997 Remastered Version), Act I: Gente là dentro! (Cavaradossi, Angelotti, Tosca)
Tosca (1997 Remastered Version), Act I: Mario! Mario! Mario! (Tosca, Cavaradossi)
Tosca - Opera in three acts (1997 Remastered Version), Act I: Ah, quegli occhi...Quale occhio al mondo (Tosca, Cavaradossi)
Tosca (1997 Remastered Version), Act I: E buona la mia Tosca (Cavaradossi, Angelotti, Sacristan, Choirboys)
Tosca (1997 Remastered Version), Act I: Un tal baccano in chiesa! (Scarpia, Sacristan, Spoletta)
Tosca (1997 Remastered Version), Act I: Or tutto è chiaro...Tosca? Che non mi veda...Mario! Mario! (Scarpia, Tosca, Sacristan)
Tosca (1997 Remastered Version), Act I: Ed io venivo a lui tutta dogliosa (Tosca, Scarpia)
Tosca (1997 Remastered Version), Act I: Tre sbirri, una carrozza (Scarpia, Spoletta, Congregation, Attendants)
Tosca (1997 Remastered Version), Act II: Tosca è un buon falco! (Scarpia, Sciarrone)
Tosca (1997 Remastered Version), Act II: Ha più forte (Scarpia, Sciarrone, Spoletta)
Tosca (1997 Remastered Version), Act II: Meno male! (Scarpia, Spoletta, Cavaradossi)
Tosca (1997 Remastered Version), Act II: Dov'è dunque Angelotti? (Scarpia, Cavaradossi, Spoletta, Tosca)
Tosca (1997 Remastered Version), Act II: Ed or fra noi parliam...Sciarrone, che dice il Cavalier? (Scarpia, Tosca, Sciarrone, Cavaradossi)
Tosca (1997 Remastered Version), Act II: Orsù, Tosca, parlate (Scarpia, Tosca, Cavaradossi)
Tosca (1997 Remastered Version), Act II: Floria!....Amore!...Sei tu? (Cavaradossi, Tosca, Scarpia, Sciarrone)
Tosca (1997 Remastered Version), Act II: Vittoria! Vittoria! (Cavaradossi, Tosca, Scarpia)
Tosca (1997 Remastered Version), Act II: Se la guirata fede debbo tradir (Scarpia, Tosca)
Tosca (1997 Remastered Version), Act II: Vissi d'arte (Tosca)
Tosca (1997 Remastered Version), Act II: Vedi, le man giunte io stendo a te! (Tosca, Scarpia, Spoletta)
Tosca (1997 Remastered Version), Act II: E qual via scegliete? (Scarpia, Tosca)
Tosca (1997 Remastered Version), Act III: Io de' sospiri (Shepherd Boy)
Tosca (1997 Remastered Version), Act III: Mario Cavaradossi? A voi (Gaoler, Cavaradossi)
Tosca - Opera in three acts (1997 Remastered Version), Act III: E lucevan le stelle (Cavaradossi)
Tosca - Opera in three acts (1997 Remastered Version), Act III: Ah! Franchigia a Floria Tosca (Cavaradossi, Tosca)
Tosca - Opera in three acts (1997 Remastered Version), Act III: O dolci mani mansuete e pure (Cavaradossi, Tosca)
Tosca - Opera in three acts (1997 Remastered Version), Act III: E non giungono (Tosca, Cavaradossi, Gaoler)
Tosca (1997 Remastered Version), Act III: Com'è lunga l'attesa! (Tosca)
Tosca (1997 Remastered Version), Act III: Presto, su! Mario! Mario! (Tosca, Sciarrone, Spoletta, Soldiers)


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