Neal Davies

Biography

Born: Newport, Gwent, Wales  
Neal Davies is well established as a bass singer in Great Britain. After his studies at King's College, London, and the Royal Academy of Music, Dame Gwyneth Jones sponsored his continued studies at the International Opera Studio in Zürich, Switzerland.

In 1991, he entered the most famous music competition in Wales, the Cardiff Singer of the World Competition, where he won the Lieder Prize. This was followed by a series of international
Read more debuts as a recitalist at such major venues as the Purcell Room and Wigmore Hall in London and the Liederhalle Stuttgart, and the Edinburgh Festival.

His frequent appearances at the Edinburgh Festival include performances in Beethoven's Ninth, Janácek's Sarka, Schubert's Die Freunde von Salamanca, Haydn's Creation, and Robert Schumann's Scenes from Faust under the direction of Sir Charles Mackerras and Prokofiev's incidental music to Hamlet under Gennady Rozhdestvensky. Other important concert repertory he has sung includes Mendelssohn's Elijah (with the London Philharmonic led by Peter Altrichter) and Die erste Walpurgisnacht (with the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment conducted by Mark Elder), Shostakovich's Fourteenth Symphony (with the BBC National Orchestra of Wales), Handel's Belshazzar (with the King's Consort) and concerto appearances of Stravinsky's The Nightingale (Boulez conducting) and Puccini's La bohème (Mariss Jansons and the Oslo Philharmonic).

His appearances on the operatic stage include the roles of Papageno in an acclaimed production of The Magic Flute produced by Brigitte Fassbaender, Figaro in The Marriage of Figaro as his debut at the Royal Opera House Covent Garden, the title role of Rameau's Platée in London and Edinburgh, and Handel's Julius Caesar under Ivor Bolton. In 1996 he debuted at the Aldeburgh Festival in a leading role in Britten's The Rape of Lucretia. Read less

Biography

Born: Newport, Gwent, Wales  
Neal Davies is well established as a bass singer in Great Britain. After his studies at King's College, London, and the Royal Academy of Music, Dame Gwyneth Jones sponsored his continued studies at the International Opera Studio in Zürich, Switzerland.

In 1991, he entered the most famous music competition in Wales, the Cardiff Singer of the World Competition, where he won the Lieder Prize. This was followed by a series of international
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WORKS ALBUMS
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Act I: Overture
Act I Scene 1-2: Vive le roi! (Chorus, Sparck, Hartmann, Facio)
Act I Scene 2: Fanfare
Act I Scene 3: Dialogue: Mes amis, je vous ai annonce les (Le Roi, All)
Act I Scene 3: Vive le roi! Vive le roi! (Chorus)
Act I Scene 3-5: Dialogue: Ou diable est donc ? (Hartmann, Sparck, Marinoni, Facio)
Act I Scene 5: Voyez dans la nuit brune ()
Act I Scene 5-6: Dialogue: Eh bien, que ferons-nous de (Facio, Hartmann, , Sparck, Flamel)
Act I Scene 7: Voila toute la ville en fete (Elsbeth)
Act I Scene 7: Quel murmure charmant soudain (, Elsbeth)
Act I Scene 8: Dialogue: Quel astre contemples-tu la? (Sparck, )
Act I Scene 8: Dialogue: Vois comme ce clair de lune est (, Sparck)
Act I Scene 9: O Saint-Jean! ta joyeuse face (The Mourners, , Sparck)
Act I Scene 9-11: Dialogue: Que je prenne la place de Saint-Jean (, Sparck, The Tailor, Le Prince, Marinoni)
Act I Scene 11: Je medite un projet d'importance (Le Prince, Marinoni)
Act I Scene 11: Dialogue: Une seule chose me para't s'opposer (Marinoni, Le Prince)
Act I Scene 12-14: Tout bruit cesse (Chorus, Hartmann, Facio, Sparck, , Max)
Act II: Entracte
Act II Scene 1: Quand l'ombre des arbres (Chorus, Flamel, Elsbeth)
Act II Scene 2: Je me sens, malgre tout (Elsbeth, Flamel)
Act II Scene 3: Oui, c'est bien lui, chere princesse! (Flamel, Marinoni, Le Prince, Elsbeth, Le Roi)
Act II Scene 3-4: Permettez-moi de baiser cette main (Marinoni, Elsbeth, Le Prince, Le Roi)
Act II Scene 5: Je ne serai donc jamais, non jamais (Le Prince)
Act II Scene 5-6: Aurait-elle un coeur dur et faux? (Le Prince)
Act II Scene 7-8: Quel metier delicieux quel celui ()
Act II Scene 8: C'est le nouveau bouffon de roi (, Elsbeth)
Act II Scene 8: Tu me fais l'effet de regarder (, Elsbeth)
Act II Scene 8: Je n'ai donc rien de plus (Elsbeth, )
Act II Scene 8-9: Je vous laisse, princesse (, Flamel, Elsbeth)
Act II Scene 10: C'est aujourd'hui fete a la cour (Chorus, Flamel, Facio, Max, Sparck, , Le Prince, Marinoni, Le Roi, Elsbeth)
Act III Tableau I: Entr'acte
Act III Tableau I: Scene 1-2: Par Jupiter! Je l'avais bien predit! (, Elsbeth)
Act III Tableau I: Scene 2: Psyche pauvre imprudente (Elsbeth)
Act III Tableau I: Scene 2: Est-ce un reve (, Elsbeth)
Act III Tableau I: Scene 2: Il n'est qu'un refrain a chanter (, Elsbeth)
Act III Tableau I: Scene 3-4: Princesse, on vous cherche (Flamel, Elsbeth)
Act III Tableau II: Entr'acte
Act III Tableau II: Scene 1: Calmez-vous, prince! Calmez-vous (Marinoni, Le Prince)
Act III Tableau II: Scene 1: Reprenez cet habit mon prince (Marinoni)
Act III Tableau II: Scene 1: Oui, oui, je connais ton devouement! (Le Prince)
Act III Tableau II: Scene 2: Ils sont entres dans le palais (Facio, Chorus, Sparck)
Act III Tableau II: Scene 3: Eh! bien! Le voila, ! (, Facio)
Act III Tableau II: Scene 4-5: Sous ta banniere on se rallie (Facio, Hartmann, Sparck, Le Prince, , Marinoni, Flamel, Le Roi, Elsbeth, Chorus)
Ballade a la Lune () (appendix)
Pleure, le ciel te voit () (appendix)
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"
Agrippina: Sinfonia
Agrippina: ATTO I, Sc. I: Recitativo Agrippina, Nerone "Nerone, amato figlio"
Agrippina: ATTO I, Sc. I: Aria Nerone "Con saggio tuo consiglio"
Agrippina: ATTO I, Sc. II - Sc. III: Recitativo Pallante, Agrippina "A' cenni tuoi sovrani"
Agrippina: ATTO I, Sc. III: Aria Pallante "La mia sorte fortunata"
Agrippina: ATTO I, Sc. IV-V: Recitativo Narciso, Agrippina "Umile alle tue piante"
Agrippina: ATTO I, Sc. V: Aria Narciso "Volo pronto e lieto il core"
Agrippina: ATTO II, Sc. I, Recit. Pallante, Narciso "Dunque noi siam traditi?"
Agrippina: ATTO I, Sc. VII: Arioso Nerone "Qual piacere a un cor pietoso"
Agrippina: ATTO I, Sc. VII: Recit. Nerone "Amici, al sen vi stringo" Sc. VIII-IX: Recit. Agrippina "Voi che dell'al
Agrippina: ATTO I, Sc. IX: Recit. Pallante, Narciso "Il tuo figlio"
Agrippina: ATTO I, Sc. IX: Recit. "Ma qual di liete trombe", Sc. X Recit. "Allegrezza, allegrezza!" (Lesbo, Pallante, Narciso, Nerone, Agrippina
Agrippina: ATTO I, Sc. XI - Sc. XII: Recit. Ottone, Agrippina "Augusta, amo Poppea"
Agrippina: ATTO I, Sc. XII: Aria Agrippina "Tu ben degno"
Agrippina: ATTO II, Sc. IV: Recitativo Ottone "E tu Poppea, mio bene?" Aria Poppea "Tuo ben è 'l trono"
Agrippina: ATTO I, Sc. XIV: Aria Poppea "Vaghe perle, eletti fiori"
Agrippina: ATTO I, Sc. XIV: Recit. Poppea "Otton, Claudio, Nerone" Sc. XV-XVII: Recit. Poppea "Perché in vece di Claudio"
Agrippina: ATTO I, Sc. XVII: Aria Poppea "È un foco quel d'amore"
Agrippina: ATTO I, Sc. XVIII: Recitativo Poppea, Agrippina "Ma qui Agrippina viene"
Agrippina: ATTO I, Sc. XVIII: Aria Agrippina "Ho un non so che nel cor"
Agrippina: ATTO I, Scena XIX Recit. Poppea "Cieli, quai strani casi" Aria Poppea "Fa quanto vuoi"
Agrippina: ATTO I, Sc. XX - Sc. XXI: Aria Claudio "Pur ritorno a rimirarvi"
Agrippina: ATTO I, Sc. XXI: Recit. Claudio, Poppea "Ma, oh ciel, mesta e confusa"
Agrippina: ATTO I, Sc. XXI: Arietta Claudio "Vieni, oh cara"
Agrippina: ATTO I, Sc. XXI: Recit. "Che mai farò?" Sc. XXII-XXIII: Recit. "O mia liberatrice" (Poppea, Agrippina, Claudio)
Agrippina: ATTO I, Sc. XXIII: Aria Agrippina "Non ho cor che per amarti"
Agrippina: ATTO I, Scena XXIV, Recit. Poppea "Se Ottone m'ingannò" Aria Poppea "Se giunge un dispetto"
Agrippina: ATTO II, Sc. I, Recit. Pallante, Narciso "Dunque noi siam traditi?"
Agrippina: ATTO II, Sc. II: Aria Ottone "Coronato il crin d'alloro"
Agrippina: ATTO II, Sc. II: Recit. "Roma, più ch'il trionfo" Sc. III: Preludio - Recit."Ecco il superbo!" (Pallante, Narciso, Ottone, Agrippina)
Agrippina: ATTO II, Sc. III: Chorus "Di timpani e trombe" Sc. IV: Recitativo Claudio "Nella Britannia vinta"
Agrippina: ATTO II, Sc. IV: Aria Claudio "Cade il mondo soggiogato"
Agrippina: ATTO II, Sc. IV: Recit. "Signor, quanto il mio cuore" (Agrippina, Claudio, Poppea, Nerone, Narciso, Pallante, Ottone)
Agrippina: ATTO II, Sc. IV: Recit. Ottone "Deh tu, Agrippina, assisti!" - Aria Agrippina "Nulla sperar da me"
Agrippina: ATTO II, Sc. IV: Recit. Ottone "E tu Poppea, mio bene?" - Aria Poppea "Tuo ben è 'l trono"
Agrippina: ATTO II, Sc. IV: "Soccorri almen Nerone!", "Sotto il lauro", "Scherzo son del destin" (Ottone, Narciso, Pallante, Lesbo, Nerone)
Agrippina: ATTO II, Sc. V, Recit. Ottone "Otton, qual portentoso" Aria Ottone "Voi che udite il mio lamento"
Agrippina: ATTO II, Sc. VI: Aria Poppea "Bella pur nel mio diletto" Recit. Poppea "Il tormento d'Ottone"
Agrippina: ATTO II, Sc. VI: Cavatina Ottone "Vaghe fonti"
Agrippina: ATTO II, Sc. VI: Recitativo Ottone "Ma qui che veggo, oh ciel?" - Recitativo Ottone, Poppea "Voi dormite, oh luci care"
Agrippina: ATTO II, Sc. VI: Aria Ottone "Ti vo' giusta e non pietosa"
Agrippina: ATTO II, Sc. VI: Recit. Ottone "Ma qui che veggo, oh ciel?" Recit. Ottone, Poppea "Voi dormite, oh luci care"
Agrippina: ATTO II, Sc. IX-XI: Recit. Nerone, Poppea "Son qui, mia vita"
Agrippina: ATTO II, Sc. XI: Aria Poppea "Col peso del tuo amor"
Agrippina: ATTO II, Sc. XII, Recit. "Qual bramato piacere" Aria "Quando invita la donna l'amante" (Nerone)
Agrippina: ATTO II, Sc. XIII, Aria "Pensieri, voi mi tormentate" Recit. "Quel ch'oprai è soggetto" (Agrippina)
Agrippina: ATTO II, Sc. XIV: Recit. Pallante, Agrippina "Se ben nemica sorte"
Agrippina: ATTO II, Sc. XIV: Aria Pallante "Col raggio placido"
Agrippina: ATTO II, Sc. XV-XVI: Recit. Agrippina, Narciso "Or è tempo, oh Narciso"
Agrippina: ATTO II, Sc. XVI: Aria Narciso "Spererò, poiché mel dice"
Agrippina: ATTO II, Sc. XVIII: Arioso Claudio "Vagheggiar de' tuoi bei lumi"
Agrippina: ATTO II, Sc. XVIII: Recit."Vorrei della bellezza" Sc. XX, Recit. "Signor, Poppea..." (Lesbo, Claudio, Agrippina)
Agrippina: ATTO II, Sc. XXI, Aria Agrippina "Ogni vento ch'al porto la spinga"
Agrippina: ATTO III, Sc. I-V: Recitativo Poppea "Amico ciel, seconda il mio disegno"
Agrippina: ATTO III, Sc. V: Aria Poppea "Chi ben ama"
Agrippina: ATTO III, Sc. VI-VIII: Recit. Poppea, Claudio "Ora, Claudio, che dici?"
Agrippina: ATTO III, Sc. VIII: Aria Claudio "Io di Roma il Giove sono"
Agrippina: ATTO III, Sc. IX, Recit. "Claudio parti" Aria "Esci, o mia vita" (Poppea)
Agrippina: ATTO III, Sc. X: Recit. Poppea, Ottone "Ora, Ottone, che dici?"
Agrippina: ATTO III, Sc. X: Recit. Ottone, Poppea "No, no, ch'io non apprezzo"
Agrippina: ATTO III, Sc. XI: Recit. Agrippina, Nerone "Ah, mal cauto Nerone"
Agrippina: ATTO III, Sc. XI: Aria Nerone "Come nube che fugge dal vento"
Agrippina: ATTO III, Sc. XII-XIV: Recit. "Adorato mio sposo" (Agrippina, Claudio, Narciso, Pallante)
Agrippina: ATTO III, Sc. XIV: Aria Agrippina "Se vuoi pace, oh volto amato"
Agrippina: ATTO III, Sc. XV: Recit. Agrippina, Poppea, Nerone, Ottone, Claudio "Ecco la mia rivale"
Agrippina: ATTO III, Sc. XV: Coro "Lieto il Tebro increspi d'onda"
Agrippina: ATTO III, Sc. XV: Gigue
Act I Scene 1: Introduction
Act I Scene 1: Each day this realm of England faints and fails (Cedric, Men)
Act I Scene 1: Good Thane, most noble Thane, I pray ... (Isaac, Men, Cedric, Squire)
Act I Scene 1: Welcome, Sir Knights! (Cedric, de Bracy, Brian, Isaac, Women, Men, Rowena)
Act I Scene 1: Drink, drink ye all ... (Cedric, Men, de Bracy, Brian, Rowena, Ivanoe, All)
Act I Scene 1: The Palmer! The holy Palmer! (Men, , Cedric, Brian, Rowena, de Bracy)
Act I Scene 1: Is she not fair? And she is rich withal (de Bracy, Brian, Men)
Act I Scene 2: O moon, art thou clad in silver mail ... (Rowena)
Act I Scene 2: Good Palmer, thou didst speak of one I knew ... (Rowena, )
Act I Scene 2: Like mountain lark my sprit upward springs (, Isaac)
Act I Scene 3: Will there be no more fighting? (Sopranos, Chorus, Friar, King, All)
Act I Scene 3: Chorus: Plantagenesta! (All)
Act I Scene 3: Isaac, my Jew, my purse of Gold (Prince John, Cedric, de Bracy, Rebecca)
Act I Scene 3: Tis from our Royal brother, Louis of France (Prince John, Heralds, Crowd)
Act I Scene 3: What means his motto? (Sopranos, Crowd, Friar, Locksley, Prince John, Rowena, Cedric, All)
Messiah, HWV 56: Part 1, 1. "Sinfony"
Messiah, HWV 56: Part 1, 2. Accompagnato (tenor) "Comfort ye, my people, saith your God"
Messiah, HWV 56: Part 1, 3. Air (tenor) "Every valley shall be exalted"
Messiah, HWV 56: Part 1, 4. chorus "And the glory of the Lord shall be revealed"
Messiah, HWV 56: Part 1, 5. Accompagnato (bass) "Thus saith the Lord of Hosts"
Messiah, HWV 56: Part 1, 6. Air (countertenor) "But who may abide the day of His coming?"
Messiah, HWV 56: Part 1, 7. Chorus "And He shall purify the sons of Levi"
Messiah, HWV 56: Part 1, 8. Recitative (alto) "Behold, a virgin shall conceive" - 9. Air (alto) & Chorus "O thou that tellest good tidings to Zion, arise"
Messiah, HWV 56: Part 1, 10. Accompagnato (bass) "For behold, darkness shall cover the earth"
Messiah, HWV 56: Part 1, 11. Air (bass) "The people that walked in darkness"
Messiah, HWV 56: Part 1, 12. Chorus "For unto us a child is born"
Messiah, HWV 56: Part 1, 13. Sinfonia pastorale -14a."There were shepherds"-14b. "And lo, the angel of the Lord"-15. "And the angel said"-16. "And suddenly there was"
Messiah, HWV 56: Part 1, 17. Chorus "Glory to God in the highest"
Messiah, HWV 56: Part 1, 18. Air (soprano) "Rejoice greatly, O daughter of Zion"
Messiah, HWV 56: Part 1, 19. Recitative (alto) "Then shall the eyes of the blind be opened" - 20. Air (alto & countertenor) "He shall feed His flock"
Messiah, HWV 56: Part 1, 21. Chorus "His yoke is easy, and His burthen is light"
Messiah, HWV 56: Part 2, 22. Chorus "Behold the lamb of God"
Messiah, HWV 56: Part 2, 23. Air (alto) "He was despised and rejected of men"
Messiah, HWV 56: Part 2, 24. Chorus "Surely He hath borne our griefs"
Messiah, HWV 56: Part 2, 25. Chorus "And with His stripes we are healed"
Messiah, HWV 56: Part 2, 26. Chorus "All we like sheep have gone astray"
Messiah, HWV 56: Part 2, 27. Accompagnato (tenor) "All they that see Him laugh Him to scorn"
Messiah, HWV 56: Part 2, 28. Chorus "He trusted in God that He would deliver Him"
Messiah, HWV 56: Part 2, 29. Accompagnato (tenor) "Thy rebuke hath broken His heart"
Messiah, HWV 56: Part 2, 30. Arioso (tenor) "Behold and see if there be any sorrow"
Messiah, HWV 56: Part 2, 31."He was cut off out of the land of the living" - 32."But Thou didst not leave His soul in hell"
Messiah, HWV 56: Part 2, 33. Chorus "Lift up your heads, O ye gates"
Messiah, HWV 56: Part 2, 34. Recitative (tenor) "Unto which of the angels said He at any time"
Messiah, HWV 56: Part 2, 35. Chorus "Let all the angels of God worship Him"
Messiah, HWV 56: Part 2, 36. Air (countertenor) "Thou art gone up on high"
Messiah, HWV 56: Part 2, 37. Chorus "The Lord gave the world"
Messiah, HWV 56: Part 2, 38. Air (countertenor) "How beautiful are the feet of them"
Messiah, HWV 56: Part 2, 39. Chorus "Their sound is gone out into all lands"
Messiah, HWV 56: Part 2, 40. Air (bass) "Why do the nations so furiously rage together"
Messiah, HWV 56: Part 2, 41. Chorus "Let us break their bonds asunder"
Messiah, HWV 56: Part 2, 42. Recitative (tenor) "He that dwelleth in heaven shall laugh them to scorn" - 43. Air (tenor) "Thou shalt break them with a rod of iron"
Messiah, HWV 56: Part II, Sc. 6, Hallelujah!
Messiah, HWV 56: Part 3, 45. Air (soprano) "I know that my redeemer liveth"
Messiah, HWV 56: Part 3, 46. Chorus "Since by man came death"
Messiah, HWV 56: Part 3, 47. Accompagnato (bass) "Behold, I tell you a mystery" - 48. Air (bass) "The trumpet shall sound"
Messiah, HWV 56: Part 3, 49. Recitative (alto) "Then shall be brought to pass the saying that is written" - 50. Duet (alto & tenor) "O Death, where is thy sting?"
Messiah, HWV 56: Part 3, 51. Chorus "But thanks be to God who giveth us the victory"
Messiah, HWV 56: Part 3, 52. Air (countertenor) "If God be for us, who can be against us?"
Messiah, HWV 56: Part 3, 53. Chorus "Worthy is the Lamb that was slain" - 54. Chorus "Amen"
Introduction: The Representation Of Chaos
In The Beginning God Created The Heaven And The Earth - And The Spirit Of God
Now Vanish Before The Holy Beams - Despairing, Cursing Rage
And God Made The Firmament
The Glorious Heav'nly Hierarchy
And God Said: Let The Waters Under The Heaven Be Gathered Together
Rolling In Foaming Billows
And God Said: Let The Earth Bring Forth Grass
With Verdure Clad The Fields Appear
And The Heavenly Host The Third Day Proclaimed
Awake The Harp, The Lyre Awake
And God Said: Let There Be Lights In The Firmament Of Heaven
In Brightest Splendour Rises Now The Sun
The Heavens Are Telling The Glory Of God
And God Said: Let The Waters Bring Forth Abundantly
On Mighty Pens Uplifted Soars The Eagle
And God Created Great Whales
And The Angels Struck Their Immortal Harps
Most Beautiful Appear, With Verdure Young Adorn'd - The Lord Is Great
And God Said: Let The Earth Bring Forth The Living Creature
Straight Opening Her Fertile Womb
Now Heaven In Fullest Glory Shines
And God Created Man
In Native Worth And Honour Clad
And God Saw Ev'rything That He Had Made
Achieved Is The Glorious Work
In Rosy Mantle Now Appears
By Thee With Bliss, O Bounteous Lord
Our Duty Have We Now Perform'd
Graceful Consort!
O Happy Pair
Praise The Lord, Uplift Your Voices
I. the king made an image of gold (Chorus) - To you it is commanded (The Herald) - Therefore at that time... (Chorus)
II. Wherefore at that time certain Chaldeans came near (Chorus) - Is it of purpose, O Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego () - O , we have no need to answer thee... (Chorus)
III. Then was full of fury (Chorus) - ...and they have no hurt () - Then Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego, came forth... (Chorus) - Blessed be the God... ()
IV. O all ye works of the Lord, bless ye the Lord (Bass) - O let the earth bless the Lord (Chorus)
I. Allegro ma non troppo, un poco maestoso
II. Molto vivace
III. Adagio molto e cantabile - Andante moderato
IV. Finale: Presto - Allegro assai
Part 1, 1. "Sinfony"
Part 1, 2. Accompagnato (tenor) "Comfort ye, my people, saith your God"
Part 1, 3. Air (tenor) "Every valley shall be exalted"
Part 1, 4. chorus "And the glory of the Lord shall be revealed"
Part 1, 5. Accompagnato (bass) "Thus saith the Lord of Hosts"
Part 1, 6. Air (countertenor) "But who may abide the day of His coming?"
Part 1, 7. Chorus "And He shall purify the sons of Levi"
Part 1, 8. Recitative (alto) "Behold, a virgin shall conceive" - 9. Air (alto) & Chorus "O thou that tellest good tidings to Zion, arise"
Part 1, 10. Accompagnato (bass) "For behold, darkness shall cover the earth"
Part 1, 11. Air (bass) "The people that walked in darkness"
Part 1, 12. Chorus "For unto us a child is born"
Part 1, 13. Sinfonia pastorale -14a."There were shepherds"-14b. "And lo, the angel of the Lord"-15. "And the angel said"-16. "And suddenly there was"
Part 1, 17. Chorus "Glory to God in the highest"
Part 1, 18. Air (soprano) "Rejoice greatly, O daughter of Zion"
Part 1, 19. Recitative (alto) "Then shall the eyes of the blind be opened" - 20. Air (alto & countertenor) "He shall feed His flock"
Part 1, 21. Chorus "His yoke is easy, and His burthen is light"
Part 2, 22. Chorus "Behold the lamb of God"
Part 2, 23. Air (alto) "He was despised and rejected of men"
Part 2, 24. Chorus "Surely He hath borne our griefs"
Part 2, 25. Chorus "And with His stripes we are healed"
Part 2, 26. Chorus "All we like sheep have gone astray"
Part 2, 27. Accompagnato (tenor) "All they that see Him laugh Him to scorn"
Part 2, 28. Chorus "He trusted in God that He would deliver Him"
Part 2, 29. Accompagnato (tenor) "Thy rebuke hath broken His heart"
Part 2, 30. Arioso (tenor) "Behold and see if there be any sorrow"
Part 2, 31."He was cut off out of the land of the living" - 32."But Thou didst not leave His soul in hell"
Part 2, 33. Chorus "Lift up your heads, O ye gates"
Part 2, 34. Recitative (tenor) "Unto which of the angels said He at any time"
Part 2, 35. Chorus "Let all the angels of God worship Him"
Part 2, 36. Air (countertenor) "Thou art gone up on high"
Part 2, 37. Chorus "The Lord gave the world"
Part 2, 38. Air (countertenor) "How beautiful are the feet of them"
Part 2, 39. Chorus "Their sound is gone out into all lands"
Part 2, 40. Air (bass) "Why do the nations so furiously rage together"
Part 2, 41. Chorus "Let us break their bonds asunder"
Part 2, 42. Recitative (tenor) "He that dwelleth in heaven shall laugh them to scorn" - 43. Air (tenor) "Thou shalt break them with a rod of iron"
Part II, Sc. 6, Hallelujah!
Part 3, 45. Air (soprano) "I know that my redeemer liveth"
Part 3, 46. Chorus "Since by man came death"
Part 3, 47. Accompagnato (bass) "Behold, I tell you a mystery" - 48. Air (bass) "The trumpet shall sound"
Part 3, 49. Recitative (alto) "Then shall be brought to pass the saying that is written" - 50. Duet (alto & tenor) "O Death, where is thy sting?"
Part 3, 51. Chorus "But thanks be to God who giveth us the victory"
Part 3, 52. Air (countertenor) "If God be for us, who can be against us?"
Part 3, 53. Chorus "Worthy is the Lamb that was slain" - 54. Chorus "Amen"
Kyrie
Gloria in excelsis Deo
Laudamus Te
Gratias agimus
Domine Deus
Qui tollis
Quoniam tu solus
Jesu Christe
Cum Sanctu Spiritu
Credo in unum Deum
Et incarnatus est
Sanctus
Benedictus
Overture
Act I Scene 1: Time at last for celebration (Chorus)
Act I Scene 1: Why do you look so downcast (Jenik, Marenka, Chorus)
Act I Scene 2: Jenik, what will happen if Mother's right? (Marenka, Jenik)
Act I Scene 2: Promise me that you would never (Marenka)
Act I Scene 2: Is it so unfair to want to know (Marenka, Jenik)
Act I Scene 2: Such a mother is a blessing (Jenik, Marenka)
Act I Scene 2: Faithful love I vow to you (Marenka, Jenik)
Act I Scene 3: Every detail has been sorted (Kecal, Krusina, Ludmila)
Act I Scene 3: Hold it! Are we not forgetting (Krusina, Kecal, Ludmila)
Act I Scene 3: Well, as I told you, he's kind and he's gentle (Kecal, Ludmila, Krusina)
Act I Scene 4: Look! She's coming! (Kecal, Ludmila, Krusina, Marenka)
Act I Scene 4: Fine then, say what you will (Marenka, Krusina, Ludmila, Kecal)
Act I Scene 5: Introduction: Polka - Take your partners for the polka (Chorus)
Act II Scene 1: So charge the glasses, lads (Chorus, Jenik, Kecal)
Act II Scene 1: Furiant
Act II Scene 2: Ma ...Ma ...My mamma said (Vasek)
Act II Scene 3: Don't say you're the boy (Marenka, Vasek)
Act II Scene 3: I know there's a girl for you (Marenka, Vasek)
Act II Scene 4: I have plenty of others (Kecal, Jenik)
Act II Scene 4: Just a word or two, my friend (Kecal, Jenik, Chorus)
Act II Scene 4: Time and time again I encounter men (Kecal, Jenik)
Act II Scene 4: Think what it's worth, lad (Kecal, Jenik)
Act II Scene 4: You'll go home to Moravia? (Kecal, Jenik)
Act II Scene 5: Ah, my friend! Once you learn (Kecal)
Act II Scene 6: Come now everyone, gather round (Kecal, Chorus, Jenik, Krusina)
Act III Scene 1: I'm near now to despairing (Vasek)
Act III Scene 2: Roll up! Roll up ladies and gentlemen! (Ringmaster)
Act III Scene 2: Ballet
Act III Scene 2: Oh, it looks so lovely! (Vasek, Esmeralda, Indian, Ringmaster)
Act III Scene 2: Mother doesn't matter, Mother wouldn't care! (Esmeralda, Ringmaster)
Act III Scene 3: Oh, I don't understand it! (Vasek, Hasek, Kecal, Micha)
Act III Scene 3: What? Dare he? Would he? You do what? (Hata, Micha, Kecal, Vasek)
Act III Scene 4: No! I don't believe you! (Marenka, Krusina, Kecal, Ludmila, Hata, Micha)
Act III Scene 5: Oh, Vasek! Don't run away! (Kecal, Vasek, Ludmila, Hata, Krusina, Micha)
Act III Scene 5: Think it over, Marenka, think it through (Ludmila, Hata, Krusina, Kecal, Micha, Marenka)
Act III Scene 6: Oh, but the pain! The burning pain! (Marenka)
Act III Scene 6: We dreamed upon a moonlit night (Marenka)
Act III Scene 7: Marenka mine, Marenka mine! (Jenik, Marenka)
Act III Scene 8: So then, young man (Kecal, Marenka, Jenik)
Act III Scene 8: Be calm, oh my love (Jenik, Marenka, Kecal)
Act III Scene 9: Tell us, Marenka, it's all up to you (Chorus, Marenka, Jenik)
Act III Scene 9: It's Jenik! What's he doing here? (Hata, Micha, Jenik, Kecal, Marenka, Ludmila, Krusina)
Act III Scene 10: Everybody get out of the way! (2 boys, Vasek, Hata, Krusina, Ludmila, Micha, Marenka, Jenik, Chorus)
Overture
It seemed like just another day ... (Bouncer)
Song: Rataplan: Yes, yes, in those merry days (Bouncer)
Now for some reason or other (Bouncer)
Duet: Stay, Bouncer, Stay! (Cox, Bouncer)
At last he left! (Bouncer)
Song: A Lullaby: Hush'd is the bacon on the grid (Box)
Song and Dance: My Master Is Punctual (Cox)
Disaster! (Bouncer)
Trio: Who Are You, Sir? (Cox, Box, All)
Not even Rataplan could settle this... (Bouncer)
Duet Serenade: The Buttercup (Cox, Box)
Music, it seemed, wasn't their only mutual interest (Bouncer)
Romance: Not Long Ago (Box, Cox)
An ingenious scheme (Bouncer)
Finale: My Hand Upon It (Box, Bouncer)
Solo and Chorus: Hark, the hour of ten is sounding (Usher, Chorus)
Is this the Court of the Exchequer? (Defendant, All, Chorus of Jurymen)
Song and Chorus: When first my old, old love I knew (Defendant, Chorus of Jurymen, Usher)
Chorus and Solo: All hail, great Judge! (Judge, All, Chorus)
Song: When I, good friends ... (Judge, All, Chorus)
Swear thou the jury (Counsel, Usher, Jury)
Chorus of Bridesmaids: Where's the Plaintiff? (Counsel, Usher, Chorus of Bridemaids, Plaintiff)
Oh never, never, never ... (Judge, Jury, Foreman, Plaintiff, Bridesmaids, Usher)
Counsel of Plaintiff: May it please you, m'lud! (All, Counsel, Jury, Plaintiff)
That she is reeling is plain to see! (Judge, Foreman, Plaintiff, All, Counsel)
Song: Oh gentlemen listen I pray (Defendant, Bridesmaids)
That seems a reasonable proposition (Judge, Counsel, Bridesmaids, Jury)
Sestet and Chorus: A nice dilemna we have here (Judge, Counsel, Defendant, Plaintiff, All, Usher)
Duet and Chorus: I love him - I love him (Plaintiff, Defendant, Jury, Judge, Counsel, All)
Finale: Oh joy unbounded (Plaintiff, Counsel, Defendant, Usher, All, Judge)
Introduction
Act I Scene 1: Potage creme aux perles (Erika)
Act I Scene 1: No, I cannot understand why... (Vanessa)
Act I Scene 1: Must the winter come so soon? (Erika)
Act I Scene 1: Listen!... they are here (Erika)
Act I Scene 1: Do not utter a word, Anatol (Vanessa)
Act I Scene 1: Yes, I believe I shall love you (Anatol)
Act I Scene 1: Who are you? (Erika)
Act I Scene 2: And then? (Baroness)
Act I Scene 2: No, you are not as good a skater... (Vanessa)
Act I Scene 2: Under the willow tree (Doctor)
Act I Scene 2: Erika, I am so happy (Vanessa)
Act I Scene 2: Did you hear her? (Erika)
Act I Scene 2: Help, help! Save me from their talk (Anatol)
Act I Scene 2: Outside this house the world has changed (Anatol)
Act I Scene 2: Hurry now! (Vanessa)
Act I Scene 2: In Morning light let us rejoice (Chorus)
Act III Scene 2: To leave, to break, to find, to keep (Vanessa)
Act III Scene 2: Goodbye, be happy, Aunt Vanessa (Erika)
Act III Scene 2: No, I must never say that name again (Erika)
Act I Scene 1: Soon it will be evening (Jenufa, Grandmother Buryja, Laca, Jano)
Act I Scene 2: What are you doing here, Laca? (Foreman, Laca, Jenufa, Grandmother Buryja, Kostelnicka)
Act I Scene 3: Come now, Jenufa (Grandmother Buryja, Jenufa)
Act I Scene 4: They're all for marrying (Recruits, Steva, Jenufa, Foreman, Laca)
Act I Scene 5: My dear heart, my Steva, Stevuska! (Jenufa, Steva, Chorus, Kostelnicka, Grandmother Buryja, Laca, Foreman)
Act I Scene 6: Steva, Steva, I know you got drunk today (Jenufa, Steva, Grandmother Buryja)
Act I Scene 7: How all this boasting of Steva (Laca, Jenufa, Grandmother Buryja, Foreman, Barena)
Act II Scene 1: Introduction
Act II Scene 1: If I leave the door ajar a little (Kostelnicka, Jenufa)
Act II Scene 2: Yes, in all these 20 weeks (Kostelnicka)
Act II Scene 3: Aunt Kostelnicka, in the note you sent me (Steva, Kostelnicka, Jenufa, Laca)
Act II Scene 4: But I saw a man come in here just now (Laca, Kostelnicka)
Act II Scene 5: One moment ... In that moment must I lose hope (Kostelnicka)
Act II Scene 6: Mamicko, my head is aching (Jenufa)
Act II Scene 7: Who is there? (Jenufa, Kostelnicka)
Act II Scene 8: He's coming now! ... (Kostelnicka, Laca, Jenufa)
Act III Scene 1: Don't you feel nervous, Jenufka? (Maid, Jenufa, Laca, Kostelnicka)
Act III Scene 2: God be with you! (Mayor, Maid, Laca, Jenufa, Kostelnicka, Mayor's Wife)
Act III Scene 3: There now, Laca, just as I foresaw (Jenufa, Laca)
Act III Scene 4: Aha! Here they are (Laca, Karolka, Steva, Jenufa)
Act III Scene 5: There's no denying that all that was really a sight worth seeing (Mayor, Kostelnicka, Laca, Mayor's Wife)
Act III Scene 6: God be with you one and all! (Barena, Peasant Girls, Mayor, Jenufa, Laca, Grandmother Buryja, Chorus, Kostelnicka)
Act III Scene 7: What baby's that they're shouting about? (Kostelnicka, Jano, Mayor, Steva, Chorus)
Act III Scene 8: Come quickly now! (Jano, Kostelnicka, Grandmother Buryja)
Act III Scene 9: Steva, this is terrible ... (Karolka, Jenufa, Steva, Laca)
Act III Scene 10: Ha, there now, you see his baby clothes! (Jenufa, Mayor's Wife, Village Woman, Mayor, Chorus, Laca, Kostelnicka, Karolka, Maid)
Act III Scene 11: Do not kneel, dear mother! (Jenufa, Kostelnicka, Laca)
Act III Scene 12: They have gone! Now you go! (Jenufa, Laca)
Overture
Act I: Opening Chorus: Secret are the sounds ... (Dipsacus, Chorus)
Act I: Scene: What's that? (Gallanthus)
Act I: Scene: Day is dawning (Angelica, Gallanthus)
Act I: Duet: It's really time ... (Gallanthus, Angelica)
Act I: Ensemble: Here we come ... (Hob, Lob, Gob, Dipsacus, Chorus)
Act I: Duet and Chorus: I'm a sorcerer bold (Dipsacus, Angelica, Hob, Lob, Gob, Hobgoblins)
Act I: Duet: It's true I'm inclined ... (Amaryllus, Gallanthus)
Act I: Ensemble: Hush, lovely cobra (Tormentilla, Angelica, Amaryllus, Gallanthus)
Act I: Desist, lest you die! (Amaryllus, Tormentilla, Gallanthus, Angelica)
Act I: Duet: I know we see ... (Amaryllus, Tormentilla)
Act I: Blue larkspur in a garden (Amaryllus, Tormentilla)
Act I: Ensemble: Who's in my forest? (Dipsacus)
Act I: North wind, south wind (Dispacus, Hob, Gob, Lob, Tenors, Basses)
Act I: Angelica? (Tormentilla, Angelica)
Act I: O, come to our arms (Amaryllus, Gallanthus, Tormentilla, Angelica, Dipsacus, Hob, Gob, Lob, Chorus)
Act I: Song: O, who would be ... (Tormentilla)
Act I: Finale: All is ready! (Dipsacus, Hob, Gob, Lob, Angelica, Tormentilla,Hobgoblins, Chorus)
Act II: Introduction
Act II: Here we come (Chorus)
Act II: Song and Chorus: By all the powers (Angelica, Chorus)
Act II: Trio: Ho there! (Lob, Hob, Gob)
Act II: Duet: It does not appear ... (Angelica, Gallanthus)
Act II: Trio: If you want to escape (Third Medium, First Medium, Second Medium)
Act II: Tormentilla! Tormentilla! (Chorus)
Act II: Song and Duet: There was ... (Tormentilla, Angelica, Hob, Gob, Lob)
Act II: Ensemble: Twas here it bade ... (Amaryllus, Hob, Lob, Angelica, Gob, Gallanthus, Chorus)
Act II: Serenade: Dear love, behold ... (Amaryllus)
Act II: Duet: Sleeping or waking (Tormentilla, Amaryllus)
Act II: You must not kiss me (Tormentilla, Amaryllus, Hob, Gob, Lob, Chorus)
Act II: Finale: Too dark for me ... (Tormentilla, Angelica, Gallanthus, Hob, Gob, Lob, Amaryllus, Chorus)
Act III: Introduction
Act III: Trio: Behold our mystic ... (First Medium, Second Medium, Third Medium)
Act III: Ensemble: Monstrous vision! (Empress, First Medium, Second Medium, Third Medium)
Act III: Ballad: When I was young ... (Empress)
Act III: Ensemble: You can leave us (Empress, First Medium, Second Medium, Third Medium)
Act III: Duet: Is my love alive? (Tormentilla, Empress, Amaryllus)
Act III: Love breaks all rules ... (Empress, Tormentilla, Amaryllus)
Act III: Invocation: Imps and Demons (Empress, Chorus)
Act III: Ensemble: Come, O gentle powers (Empress, Tormentilla, Amaryllus, Dipsacus)
Act III: Duet: Can you, can you remember (Empress, Dipsacus)
Act III: Quartet: Love in a hut (Tormentilla, Empress, Amaryllus, Dipsacus)
Act III: Sextet: Horrid monster! (First Medium, Gob, Second Medium, Hob, Lob, Third Medium)
Act III: Duet: It's the proper thing to do (Gallanthus, Angelica)
Act III: Finale: Love has conquered! (Tormentilla, Amaryllus, Gallanthus, Angelica, Mediums, Hob, Gob, Lob, Dipsacus, Empress, Chorus)
J.S. Bach: Kommt, eilet und laufet (Easter Oratorio), BWV 249 - Version: Paul McCreesh - 1. Sinfonia
J.S. Bach: Kommt, eilet und laufet (Easter Oratorio), BWV 249 - Version: Paul McCreesh - 2. Adagio
J.S. Bach: Kommt, eilet und laufet (Easter Oratorio), BWV 249 - Version: Paul McCreesh - 3. Chorus: Kommt, eilet und laufet
J.S. Bach: Kommt, eilet und laufet (Easter Oratorio), BWV 249 - Version: Paul McCreesh - 4. Recitativo: O kalter Männer Sinn (alto, soprano, tenor, bass)
J.S. Bach: Kommt, eilet und laufet (Easter Oratorio), BWV 249 - Version: Paul McCreesh - 5. Aria: Seele, deine Spezereien (soprano)
J.S. Bach: Kommt, eilet und laufet (Easter Oratorio), BWV 249 - Version: Paul McCreesh - 6. Recitativo: Hier ist die Gruft (tenor, bass, alto)
J.S. Bach: Kommt, eilet und laufet (Easter Oratorio), BWV 249 - Version: Paul McCreesh - 7. Aria: Sanfte soll mein Todeskummer (tenor)
J.S. Bach: Kommt, eilet und laufet (Easter Oratorio), BWV 249 - Version: Paul McCreesh - 8. Recitativo: Indessen seufzen wir (soprano, alto)
J.S. Bach: Kommt, eilet und laufet (Easter Oratorio), BWV 249 - Version: Paul McCreesh - 9. Aria: Saget, saget mir geschwinde (alto)
J.S. Bach: Kommt, eilet und laufet (Easter Oratorio), BWV 249 - Version: Paul McCreesh - 10. Recitativo: Wir sind erfreut (bass)
J.S. Bach: Kommt, eilet und laufet (Easter Oratorio), BWV 249 - Version: Paul McCreesh - 11. Chorus: Preis und Dank
J.S. Bach: Magnificat in D Major, BWV 243 - Chorus: "Magnificat"
J.S. Bach: Magnificat in D Major, BWV 243 - Aria: "Et exsultavit spiritus meus"
J.S. Bach: Magnificat in D Major, BWV 243 - Aria: "Quia respexit humilitatem" (soprano I)
J.S. Bach: Magnificat in D Major, BWV 243 - Chorus: "Omnes generationes"
J.S. Bach: Magnificat in D Major, BWV 243 - Aria: "Quia fecit mihi magna" (bass)
J.S. Bach: Magnificat in D Major, BWV 243 - Aria (Duet): "Et misericordia" (alto, tenor)
J.S. Bach: Magnificat in D Major, BWV 243 - Chorus: "Fecit potentiam"
J.S. Bach: Magnificat in D Major, BWV 243 - Aria: "Deposuit potentes" (tenor)
J.S. Bach: Magnificat in D Major, BWV 243 - Aria: "Esurientes implevit bonis" (alto)
J.S. Bach: Magnificat in D Major, BWV 243 - Trio: Suscepit Israel (soprano I, II, alto)
J.S. Bach: Magnificat in D Major, BWV 243 - Chorus: "Sicut locutus est"
J.S. Bach: Magnificat in D Major, BWV 243 - Chorus: "Gloria Patri"


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