John Mark Ainsley

Biography

Born: July 9, 1963; Cheshire, England  
John Mark Ainsley is a leading British tenor especially associated with repertory from the Classical era and earlier. He studied at Oxford, where his teacher was Diane Forlano. In his earliest professional appearances, he established himself as a Mozart tenor, including the role of Idomeneo at the Welsh National Opera and as Don Ottavio at the Aix-en-Provence and Glyndebourne Festivals. His first American appearances were in concerts in New York Read more and Boston, and in 1992 he debuted with the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra.

His first Viennese appearances were in performances of both the St. Matthew and St John Passions by Bach with the Musik Verein in 1992. The conductor on those occasions was Peter Schreier, who is also one of the era's finest lieder and Bach tenors. Among his other leading roles are the title part of Gluck's Orfeo (his debut role at the Netherlands Opera, 1966), Tito in Mozart's La Clemenza di Tito (for his first appearance in Sydney, 1997), Fenton in Verdi's Falstaff, Lensky in Tchaikovsky's Eugene Onegin, and Jonathan in Nielsen's Saul and David. He has sung and recorded the role of Lysander in Britten's A Midsummer Night's Dream.

He is also an active recitalist and concert artist who has appeared with Les Musiciens du Louvre, the New York Philharmonic, the Berlin Philharmonic, L'Orchestre de Paris, the London Symphony, the Vienna Philharmonic, the San Francisco Symphony, and the Boston Symphony. He records for several labels, but is most closely associated with Hyperion, which has selected him to appear on six discs of its great series of the complete Schubert songs. His repertory for that company includes music of Stravinsky, Vaughan Williams, Warlock, William Lloyd Webber, Grainger, Britten, Ireland, Finzi, and Quilter. Read less
Bach: St. Matthew Passion, St. John Passion, Mass In B Minor, Easter & Christmas Oratorios / Cleobury, Fasolis, Schweizer
Release Date: 09/25/2012   Label: Brilliant Classics  
Catalog: 94382   Number of Discs: 10
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Bach: St. John Passion / Cleobury, Brandenburg Consort [2 CDs+DVD]
Release Date: 03/27/2012   Label: Brilliant Classics  
Catalog: 94316   Number of Discs: 2
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Handel: Messiah Highlights / Cleobury, Dawson, Summers, Ainsley, Miles
Release Date: 05/05/2009   Label: Brilliant Classics  
Catalog: 93270   Number of Discs: 1
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Handel: Jephtha / Oelze, Ainsley, Creed
Release Date: 05/28/2013   Label: Brilliant Classics  
Catalog: 94668    Number of Discs: 3
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Biography

Born: July 9, 1963; Cheshire, England  
John Mark Ainsley is a leading British tenor especially associated with repertory from the Classical era and earlier. He studied at Oxford, where his teacher was Diane Forlano. In his earliest professional appearances, he established himself as a Mozart tenor, including the role of Idomeneo at the Welsh National Opera and as Don Ottavio at the Aix-en-Provence and Glyndebourne Festivals. His first American appearances were in concerts in New York Read more
WORKS ALBUMS
TITLE/COMPOSER
LABEL
Amor mihi vitam donat
Amor est dolor meus
Amor est pax mea
Overture
Allegro - Adagio
Menuet
Act I Scene 1: Sinfonia: Largo e staccato - Scene 1: Recitative: Esci, esci, o Signore (Andronico) - Scene 1: Sinfonia: Largo e staccato
Act I Scene 1: Recitative: Prence, lo so: ti devo Questo di liberta brieve momento, (Bajazet, Andronico)
Act I Scene 1: Aria: Forte e lieto a morte andrei (Bajazet)
Act I Scene 2: Recitative: Non si perda di vista il disperato (Andronico, Tamerlano)
Act I Scene 2: Aria: Vuo dar pace a un'alma altiera (Tamerlano)
Act I Scene 3: Recitative: Il Tartaro ama Asteria (Andronico)
Act I Scene 3: Aria: Bella Asteria, il tuo cor mi difenda (Andronico)
Act I Scene 4: Recitative: Non e piu tempo, Asteria (Tamerlano, Asteria)
Act I Scene 4: Aria: Dammi pace, o volto amato (Tamerlano)
Act I Scene 5: Recitative: Serve Asteria di prezzo al Greco infido (Asteria)
Act I Scene 5: Aria: S' ei non mi vuol amar (Asteria)
Act I Scene 6: Recitative: Non ascolto piu nulla (Bajazet, Andronico, Asteria)
Act I Scene 6: Aria: Ciel e terra armi di sdegno (Bajazet)
Act I Scene 7: Recitative: Asteria non parlate? (Andronico, Asteria)
Act I Scene 7: Aria: Deh, lasciatemi il nemico (Asteria)
Act I Scene 8: Recitative: Cosi la sposa il Tamerlano accoglie? (Irene, Leone, Andronico)
Act I Scene 8: Aria: Dal crudel che m'ha tradita, Tentero con la mia vita (Irene)
Act I Scene 9: Recitative: Chi vide mai piu sventurato amante? (Andronico)
Act I Scene 9: Aria: Benche mi sprezzi (Andronico)
Act II Scene 10: Arietta: No, che del tuo gran cor io sono l'offenso (Andronico)
Act II Scene 10: Recitative: Amica, son quella superba donna? (Asteria)
Act II Scene 10: Arietta: No, che sei tanto costante Nella la fede a me promessa (Irene)
Act II Scene 10: Recitative: Si, si, son vendicata (Asteria)
Act II Scene 10: Aria: Se potessi un di placare Il mio fato si crudele (Asteria)
Cinq poe?mes de Paul Eluard: I. Peut-il se reposer celui qui dort
Cinq poe?mes de Paul Eluard: II. Il la prend dans ses bras
Cinq poe?mes de Paul Eluard: III. Plume d?eau claire
Cinq poe?mes de Paul Eluard: IV. Ro?deuse au front de verre
Cinq poe?mes de Paul Eluard: V. Amoureuses
No.1 Choeur de la populace troyenne: "Ha! Ha! Après dix ans"
No.2 Récitatif et air: "Les Grecs ont disparu" - "Malheureux roi!"
"Chorèbe..." - No.3 Duo: "C'est lui!" - "Quitte-nous dès ce soir"
Reviens à toi, vierge adorée
Signes trompeurs! . . . Quitte-nous dès ce soir
No.4 Marche et hymne: "Dieux protecteurs"
No.5 Combat de ceste - Pas de lutteurs
No.6 Pantomime: "Andromaque et son fils!"
Un traître, un espion!
No.7 Narration: "Du peuple et des soldats"
No.8 Ottetto et double choeur: "Châtiment effroyable!"
No.9 Récitatif et choeur: "Que la déesse" - "A cet objet sacré"
No.10 Air: "Non, je ne verrai pas"
Du roi des dieux, ô fille aimée
Introduction
No.12 Scène et récitatif: Introduction - "O lumière de Troie!" - "Ah!... fuis, fils de Vénus"
No.13 Récitatif et choeur: "Quelle espérance" - "Le salut des vaincus"
No.14 Choeur-prière: "Ah! Puissante Cybèle"
No.15 Récitatif et choeur: "Tous ne périront pas" - "O digne soeur d'Hector"
No.16 Final: "Complices de sa gloire" - "Le trésor! le trésor!"
Cassandre, avec toi nous mourrons!
Prélude - Les Troyens à Carthage
No.17 Choeur: "De Carthage les cieux"
No.18 Chant national: "Gloire à Didon"
No.19 Récitatif et air: "Nous avons vu finir" - "Chers Tyriens"
No.20 Entrée des constructeurs
No.21 Entrée des matelots
No.22 Entrée des laboureurs
Peuple! Tous les honneurs
Les chants joyeux
Sa voix fait naître dans mon sein
No.25 Récitatif et air: "Echappés à grand peine" - "Errante sur les mers"
No.26 Marche troyenne dans le mode triste - "J'éprouve une soudaine et vive impatience"
No.27 Récitatif: "Auguste reine, un peuple"
No.28 Final: "J'ose à peine annoncer" - "Annonce à nos Troyens" - "Des armes! des armes!"
Annonce à nos Troyens l'entreprise nouvelle
No.29 Chasse royale et orage - Pantomime
No.30 Récitatif: "Dites Narbal, qui cause"
No.31 Air et duo: "De quel revers" - "Vaine terreur!"
No.32 Marche pour l'entrée de la reine
No.33 Ballet: a) Pas des almées
No.33 Ballet: b) Danse des esclaves
No.33 Ballet: c) Pas d'esclaves nubiennes
No.34 Scène et chant d'Iopas: "Assez, ma soeur" - "O blonde Cérès"
No.35 Récitatif et quintette: "Pardonne, Iopas" - "O pudeur!"
No.36 Récitatif et septuor: "Mais bannissons" - "Tout n'est que paix"
No.37 Duo: "Nuit d'ivresse et d'extase"
No.38 Chanson d'Hylas: "Vallon sonore"
No.39 Récitatif et choeur: "Préparez tout" - "Chaque jour voit grandir la colère"
No.40 Duo: "Par Bacchus! ils sont fous"
No.41 Récitatif mesuré et air: "Inutiles regrets" - "Ah! quand viendra"
Ah! quand viendra l'instant des suprêmes adieux
No.42 Scène: "Enée!..."
No.43 Scène et choeur: "Debout, Troyens" - "Alerte!"
No.44 Duo et choeur: "Errante sur tes pas" - "Italie!"
No.45 Scène: "Va, ma soeur, l'implorer"
No.46 Scène: "En mer, voyez!" - "Dieux immortels!"
No.47: "Ah! Ah! Je vais mourir"
No.48 Air: "Adieu, fière cité"
No.49 Cérémonie funèbre: "Dieux de l'oubli" - "S'il faut enfin qu' Enée"
No.50 Scène: "Pluton... semble m'être propice"
No.51 Choeur: "Ah! au secours!" - No.52 Imprécation: "Rome... Rome.. immortelle"
1. Requiem - Kyrie
2. Dies irae - Tuba mirum
3. Quid sum miser
4. Rex tremendae
5. Quaerens me
6. Lacrymosa
7. Domine Jesu Christe
8. Hostias
9. Sanctus
10. Agnus Dei
1. Chants de la Fête de Pâques
2. Paysans sous les Tilleuls
3. Concert de Sylphes
4. Ecot de joyeux compagnons, histoire d'un rat
5. Chanson de Méphistophélès, histoire d'une puce
6. Le Roi de Thulé
7. Romance de Marguerite, choeur de soldats
8. Sérénade de Méphistophélès
Dans la crèche, en ce temps, Jésus venait de naître
Scène 1: Marche nocturne
Scène 2: Air d'Herode: Toujours ce rêve - O misère des rois!
Scène 3: Seigneur!
Scène 4: Les sages de Judée
Evolutions cabalistiques
La voix dit vrai, Seigneur
Scène 5: Duo: O mon cher fils, donne cette herbre tendre
Scène 6: Joseph! Marie! Ecoutez-nous
Ouverture
Il s'en va loin de la terre
Le repos de la Sainte Famille - Les pèlerins étant venus
Depuis trois jours, malgré l'ardeur du vent
Scène 1: Dans cette ville immense
Scène 2: Entrez, entrez, pauvres Hébreux - Grand dieux! Quelle détresse!
Trio pour deux flûtes et harpe
Vous pleurez, jeune mère
Epilogue: Lento (orchestral) - Ce fut ainsi que par un infidèle
O mon âme, pour toi que reste-t-il à faire
Beati misericordes
Iesu parabola iam nobis fiat fabula
Bono nunc animo es, viator
En alter in conspectum venit
Ecce, tertius apparet
1. Prelude
2. The Tornament
3. Recitative & Fight
4. Entrance of the Queen
5. Recitative
6. The two Lords' Explanation
7. Raleigh's Song
8. Ensemble of Reconciliation
9. Recitative & Final March
10. Prelude & Dialogue
11. The Queen's Song
12. Cecil's Song of Government
13. Recitative & Essex's Entry
14. First Lute Song
15. Second Lute Song
16. The First Duet for the Queen & Essex
17. Soliloquy & Prayer
18. Prelude & Welcome
19. The Masque
20. Finale
21. Prelude & Song
22. Duet
23. Double Duet
24. Quartet
25. Pavane
26. Conversation
27. Galliard
28. Conversation & the Queen's Entrance
29. Lavolta
30. Conversation
31. Morris dance
32. Recitative
33. The Queen's Burlesque
34. Quartet
35. March
36. The Queen's Announcement
37. Ensemble
38. Coranto
39. Prelude & Chatter
40. Essex's Intrusion
41. The Second Duet of the Queen & Essex
42. The Dressing-Table Song
43. The Entrance of Cecil
44. Cecil's Report
45. Discussion
46. The Queen's Decision
47. Ballad - Rondo
48. Prelude & Verdict
49. Cecil's Warning
50. The Queen's Dilemma
51. Trio
52. Lady Essex's Pleading
53. Penepole Rich's Pleading
54. Epilogue
Refrain: The Unfolding of the Great Mystery
Ikon I
Ikon II
Ikon III - Refrain
Ikon IV
Ikon V - Refrain
Ikon VI
Ikon VII - Refrain
Ikon VIII
Ikon IX
The Tomb
Ikon X
Ikon XI
Part I: Chorale: Herr, unser Herrscher (Chorus)
Part I: Recitative: Jesus ging mit seinen Jungern (Evangelist)
Part I: Chorale: O grosse Lieb (Chorus)
Part I: Recitative: Auf dass das Wort erfullet wurde (Evangelist, Jesus)
Part I: Chorale: Dein Will gescheh, Herr Gott, zugleich (Chorus)
Part I: Recitative: Die Schar aber und der Oberhauptmann (Evangelist)
Part I: Aria: Von den Strikken meiner Sunden (Alto)
Part I: Recitative: Simon Petrus aber folgete Jesu nach (Evangelist)
Part I: Aria: Ich folge dir gleichfalls (Soprano)
Part I: Recitative: Derselbige Junger war (Evangelist)
Part I: Chorale: Wer hat dich so geschlagen (Chorus)
Part I: Recitative: Und Hannas sandte ihn gebunden (Evangelist)
Part I: Aria: Ach, mein Sinn, wo willt du endlich hin (Tenor)
Part I: Chorale: Petrus, der nicht denkt zuruck (Chorus)
Part II: Chorale: Christus, der uns selig macht (Chorus)
Part II: Recitative: Da fuhreten sie Jesum - Was bringet ihr - Redest du das (Evangelist, Pilatus, Jesus)
Part II: Chorale: Ach grosser Konig (Chorus)
Part II: Recitative: Da sprach Pilatus zu ihm - So bist du dennoch - Was is Wahrheit? (Evangelist, Jesus, Pilatus)
Part II: Arioso: Betrachte, meine Seel (Bass)
Part II: Aria: Erwage, wie sein blutgefarbter Rucken (Tenor)
Part II: Recitative: Und die kriegsknechte flochten - Sehet, ich fuhre - Du hattest keine (Evangelist, Pilatus, Jesus)
Part II: Chorale: Durch dein Gefangnis, Gottes Sohn (Chorus)
Part II: Recitative: Die Juden aber schrieen (Evangelist)
Part II: Aria: Eilt, ihr angefochtnen Seelen (Bass)
Part II: Recitative: Allda kreuzigten sie ihn - Was ich geschrieden habe (Evangelist, Pilatus)
Part II: Chorale: In meines Herzens Grunde (Chorus)
Part II: Recitative: Die Kriegsknechte aber - Lasset uns den nicht zerteilen - Auf dass erfullet wurde die Schrift (Evangelist, Jesus, Chorus)
Part II: Chorale: Er nahm alles wohl in acht (Chorus)
Part II: Recitative: Und von Stund an - Mich durstet! (Evangelist, Jesus)
Part II: Aria: Es ist vollbracht (Alto)
Part II: Recitative: Und neigte das Haupt und verschied (Evangelist)
Part II: Aria: Mein teurer Heiland (Bass)
Part II: Recitative: Und siehe da, der Vorhang (Evangelist)
Part II: Arioso: Mein Herz, indem die ganze Welt (Tenor)
Part II: Aria: Zerfliesse, mein Herze (Soprano)
Part II: Recitative: Die Juden aber (Evangelist)
Part II: Chorale: O hilf, Christe, Gottes Sohn (Chorus)
Part II: Recitative: Darnach bat Pilatum (Evangelist)
Part II: Chorale: Ruht wohl, ihr heiligen Gebeine (Chorus)
Part II: Chorale: Ach Herr, lass dein lieb Engelein (Chorus)
Part I: Chorale: O Mensch, bewein' dein Sunde gross (Chorus)
Part I: Aria: Himmel reisse, Welt erbebe (Bass)
Part I: Aria: Zerschmettert mich, ihr Felsen und ihr Hugel (Tenor)
Part II: Aria: Ach windet euch nicht so (Tenor)
Part II: Chorale: Christe, du Lamm Gottes (Chorus)
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream, Op.64 / Act 1 - "Over hill, over dale"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 1 - "Oberon is passing fell and wrath"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 1 - "Well, go thy way"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 1 - "How now my love?"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 1 - "Be it on lion, bear, or wolf, or bull"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream / Act 1 - "Welcome wanderer!"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 1 - "Is all our company here?"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 1 - "Fair love, you faint with wand'ring in the wood"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 1 - "Through the forest have I gone"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 1 - "Stay, though thou kill me, sweet Demetrius"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 1 - "Come, now a roundel and a fairy song"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 1 - "You spotted snakes with double tongue"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 1 - "What thou seest when thou dost wake"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 2 - Introduction: The wood
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 2 - "Are we all met?"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 2 - "I see their knavery"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 2 - "Be kind and courteous to this gentleman"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 2 - "Hail, mortal, hail!"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 2 - "I have a reas'nable good ear in music"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 2 - "How now, mad spirit?"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 2 - "Flower of this purple dye"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 2 - "Puppet? Why so?"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 2 - "This is thy negligence"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 2 - "Up and down, up and down"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 2 - "On the ground, sleep sound"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 3 - "My gentle Robin, see'st thou this sweet sight?"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 3 - "Helena! Hermi! Demetrius! Lysander!"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 3 - "When my cue comes, call me"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 3 - "Have you sent to Bottom's house?"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 3 - "Now, fair Hippolyta"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 3 - "If we offend, it is with our good will"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 3 - "Gentles, perchance you wonder at this show"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 3 - "In this same interlude it doth befall"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 3 - "O grim-look'd night, O night with hue so black"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 3 - "O wall, full often hast thou heard my moans"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 3 - "You ladies, you whose gentle hearts do fear"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 3 - "This lanthorn doth the horned moon present"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 3 - "Sweet moon, I thank thee for thy sunny beams"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 3 - "Asleep, my love?"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 3 - "Come, your Bergomask"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 3 - "Now the hungry lion roars"
Overture
"Shake the cloud from off your brow"
"Ah! Belinda. I am prest with torment"
"When monarchs unite"
"Whence could so much virtue spring?"
"Fear no danger"
"See, see, your royal guest appears"
"Cupid only throws the dart"
"If not for mine"
"Pursue thy conquest, love"
A Dance Gittars Chacony
"To the hills and the vales"
The triumphing dance
Prelude for the witches - "Wayward sisters"
"Harm's our delight"
"The Queen of Carthage, whom we hate"
"In our deep vaulted cell"
Echo dance of the Furies
Ritornelle - "Thanks to these lonesome vales"
Glitter ground - a dance
"Oft she visits" - Ritornelle
"Behold upon my bending spear"
"Haste, haste to town"
"Stay, Prince, stay"
Ritornelle
Prelude - "Come away, fellow sailors"
The Sailors' Dance
"See the flags and streamers curling"
"Destruction's our delight"
The Witches' Dance
"Your councel all is urg'd in vain"
"Great minds against themselves conspire"
"Thy Hand Belinda - When I Am Laid In Earth"
"With drooping wings"
Overture
Second Music: Air - Hornpipe
Overture
Trumpet Tune I
Wake Quivera, Wake
Why Should Men Quarrel?
By Ancient Prophecies
Trumpet Tune II
Symphony
I Come To Sing Great Zempoalla's Story
What Flatt'ring Noise Is This?
Scorn'd Envy, Here's Nothing
Trumpet Tune
We Come To Sing Great Zempoalla's Story
Dance
Second Act Tune (Trumpet Tune reprise)
Dance
Ye Twice The Hundred Deities - By The Croaking
Symphony - Seek Not To Know
Trumpet Overture
Ah, How Happy Are We
We The Spirits Of The Air
I Attempt From Love's Sickness To Fly
Third Act Tune: Rondeau
They Tell Us That Your Mighty Powers
Fourth Act Tune: Air
While Thus We Bow
You, Who At The Altar - All Dismal Sounds
Symphony
To Bless The Genial Bed - Come All, Come At My Call
I'm Glad I Have Met Him
The Joys Of Wedlock Soon Are Past - Sound, Sound The Trumpet
Make Haste, Make Haste To Put On Love's Chains
Trumpet Air - Let Loud Renown With All Her Thousand Tongues
No.1 Choeur de la populace troyenne: "Ha! Ha! Après dix ans"
No.2 Récitatif et air: "Les Grecs ont disparu" - "Malheureux roi!"
"Chorèbe..." - No.3 Duo: "C'est lui!" - "Quitte-nous dès ce soir"
Reviens à toi, vierge adorée
Signes trompeurs! . . . Quitte-nous dès ce soir
No.4 Marche et hymne: "Dieux protecteurs"
No.5 Combat de ceste - Pas de lutteurs
No.6 Pantomime: "Andromaque et son fils!"
Un traître, un espion!
No.7 Narration: "Du peuple et des soldats"
No.8 Ottetto et double choeur: "Châtiment effroyable!"
No.9 Récitatif et choeur: "Que la déesse" - "A cet objet sacré"
No.10 Air: "Non, je ne verrai pas"
Du roi des dieux, ô fille aimée
Introduction
No.12 Scène et récitatif: Introduction - "O lumière de Troie!" - "Ah!... fuis, fils de Vénus"
No.13 Récitatif et choeur: "Quelle espérance" - "Le salut des vaincus"
No.14 Choeur-prière: "Ah! Puissante Cybèle"
No.15 Récitatif et choeur: "Tous ne périront pas" - "O digne soeur d'Hector"
No.16 Final: "Complices de sa gloire" - "Le trésor! le trésor!"
Cassandre, avec toi nous mourrons!
Prélude - Les Troyens à Carthage
No.17 Choeur: "De Carthage les cieux"
No.18 Chant national: "Gloire à Didon"
No.19 Récitatif et air: "Nous avons vu finir" - "Chers Tyriens"
No.20 Entrée des constructeurs
No.21 Entrée des matelots
No.22 Entrée des laboureurs
Peuple! Tous les honneurs
Les chants joyeux
Sa voix fait naître dans mon sein
No.25 Récitatif et air: "Echappés à grand peine" - "Errante sur les mers"
No.26 Marche troyenne dans le mode triste - "J'éprouve une soudaine et vive impatience"
No.27 Récitatif: "Auguste reine, un peuple"
No.28 Final: "J'ose à peine annoncer" - "Annonce à nos Troyens" - "Des armes! des armes!"
Annonce à nos Troyens l'entreprise nouvelle
No.29 Chasse royale et orage - Pantomime
No.30 Récitatif: "Dites Narbal, qui cause"
No.31 Air et duo: "De quel revers" - "Vaine terreur!"
No.32 Marche pour l'entrée de la reine
No.33 Ballet: a) Pas des almées
No.33 Ballet: b) Danse des esclaves
No.33 Ballet: c) Pas d'esclaves nubiennes
No.34 Scène et chant d'Iopas: "Assez, ma soeur" - "O blonde Cérès"
No.35 Récitatif et quintette: "Pardonne, Iopas" - "O pudeur!"
No.36 Récitatif et septuor: "Mais bannissons" - "Tout n'est que paix"
No.37 Duo: "Nuit d'ivresse et d'extase"
No.38 Chanson d'Hylas: "Vallon sonore"
No.39 Récitatif et choeur: "Préparez tout" - "Chaque jour voit grandir la colère"
No.40 Duo: "Par Bacchus! ils sont fous"
No.41 Récitatif mesuré et air: "Inutiles regrets" - "Ah! quand viendra"
Ah! quand viendra l'instant des suprêmes adieux
No.42 Scène: "Enée!..."
No.43 Scène et choeur: "Debout, Troyens" - "Alerte!"
No.44 Duo et choeur: "Errante sur tes pas" - "Italie!"
No.45 Scène: "Va, ma soeur, l'implorer"
No.46 Scène: "En mer, voyez!" - "Dieux immortels!"
No.47: "Ah! Ah! Je vais mourir"
No.48 Air: "Adieu, fière cité"
No.49 Cérémonie funèbre: "Dieux de l'oubli" - "S'il faut enfin qu' Enée"
No.50 Scène: "Pluton... semble m'être propice"
No.51 Choeur: "Ah! au secours!" - No.52 Imprécation: "Rome... Rome.. immortelle"
Part I: Symphony
Part I: Comfort ye my people (Tenor)
Part I: Ev'ry valley shall be exalted (Tenor)
Part I: And the glory of the Lord shall be revealed (Chorus)
Part I: Thus saith the Lord of Hosts (Bass)
Part I: But who may abide the day of His coming (Alto)
Part I: And He shall purify (Chorus)
Part I: Behold, a virgin shall conceive (Alto)
Part I: O thou that tellest good tidings to Zion (Alto, Chorus)
Part I: For behold, darkness shall cover the earth (Bass)
Part I: The people that walked in darkness (Bass)
Part I: For unto us a child is born (Chorus)
Part I: Pifa (Pastoral Symphony)
Part I: There were shepards (Soprano)
Part I: And the angel said unto them (Soprano)
Part I: And suddenly there was with the angel (Soprano)
Part I: Glory to God in the highest (Chorus)
Part I: Rejoice greatly, O daughter of Zion (Soprano)
Part I: Then shall the eyes of the blind be open'd (Soprano)
Part I: He shall feed His flock like a shepherd (Soprano)
Part I: His yoke is easy, his burthen is light (Chorus)
Part II: Behold, The Lamb of God (Chorus)
Part II: He was despised (Alto)
Part II: Surely, He hath borne our griefs (Chorus)
Part II: And with His stripes we are healed (Chorus)
Part II: All we like sheep have gone astray (Chorus)
Part II: Recitative: All they that see Him (Tenor)
Part II: He trusted in God (Chorus)
Part II: Thy rebuke hath broken His heart (Tenor)
Part II: Behold, and see if there be any sorrow (Tenor)
Part II: He was cut off out of the land of the living (Soprano)
Part II: But Thou didst not leave His soul in hell (Soprano)
Part II: Lift up your heads, O ye gates (Chorus)
Part II: Unto which of the Angels (Tenor)
Part II: Let all the angels of God worship Him (Chorus)
Part II: Thou art gone up on high (Alto)
Part II: The Lord gave the word (Chorus)
Part II: How beautiful are the feet (Soprano)
Part II: Their sound is gone out into all lands (Chorus)
Part II: Why do the nations so furiously rage together (Bass)
Part II: Let us break their bonds asunder (Chorus)
Part II: He that dwelleth in heaven (Tenor)
Part II: Thou shalt break them (Tenor)
Part II: Hallelujah (Chorus)
Part III: I know that my redeemer liveth (Soprano)
Part III: Since by man came death (Chorus)
Part III: Behold, I tell you a mystery (Bass)
Part III: The trumpet shall sound (Bass)
Part III: Then shall be brought to pass the saying (Alto)
Part III: O death, where is thy sting (Alto, Tenor)
Part III: But thanks be to God (Chorus)
Part III: If God be for us (Soprano)
Part III: Worthy is the Lamb that was slain ... Amen (Chorus)
Purcell: Welcome to all the pleasures (1683) Ode for St. Cecilia's Day - Overture
Purcell: Welcome to all the pleasures (1683) Ode for St. Cecilia's Day - Welcome to all the pleasures
Purcell: Welcome to all the pleasures (1683) Ode for St. Cecilia's Day - "Here the deities approve" - "While joys celestial"
Purcell: Welcome to all the pleasures (1683) Ode for St. Cecilia's Day - "Then lift up your voices" - "The pow'r shall divert us a pleasanter way"
Purcell: Welcome to all the pleasures (1683) Ode for St. Cecilia's Day - Beauty, thou scene of love
Purcell: Welcome to all the pleasures (1683) Ode for St. Cecilia's Day - In a consort of voices
Purcell: Of old, when heroes thought it base (1690) The Yorkshire Feast Song - Symphony
Purcell: Of old, when heroes thought it base (1690) The Yorkshire Feast Song - "Of old, when heroes thought it base" - "Brigantium, honour'd with a race divine"
Purcell: Of old, when heroes thought it base (1690) The Yorkshire Feast Song - The bashful Thames, for beauty so renowned
Purcell: Of old, when heroes thought it base (1690) The Yorkshire Feast Song - The pale and the purple rose
Purcell: Of old, when heroes thought it base (1690) The Yorkshire Feast Song - And in each track of glory since
Purcell: Of old, when heroes thought it base (1690) The Yorkshire Feast Song - Symphony
Purcell: Of old, when heroes thought it base (1690) The Yorkshire Feast Song - And now when the renown'd Nassau
Purcell: Of old, when heroes thought it base (1690) The Yorkshire Feast Song - They did no storms, nor threat'nings fear
Purcell: Of old, when heroes thought it base (1690) The Yorkshire Feast Song - So when the glitt'ring Queen of Night
Purcell: Of old, when heroes thought it base (1690) The Yorkshire Feast Song - Let music join
Purcell: Of old, when heroes thought it base (1690) The Yorkshire Feast Song - Sound, trumpets, sound!
Purcell: Of old, when heroes thought it base (1690) The Yorkshire Feast Song - Sound all to him


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