New England Conservatory Chorus

WORKS ALBUMS
TITLE/COMPOSER
LABEL
Requiem et Kyrie
Dies irae
Quid sum miser
Rex tremendae
Quaerens me
Roméo et Juliette Op. 17: Combats - Tumulte - Intervention du prince (Tumult and Strife; The Prince intervenes)
D'anciennes haines endormies
Premiers transports que nul n'oublie,
Bientôt de Roméo la pâle rêverie
Roméo seul (Romeo alone)
Tristesse (Sadness/Traurigkeit)
Bruits lointains de concert et de bal (Distant sounds of music and dancing)
Grande fête chez les Capulets (Great festivities at the Capulet's palace),
Nuit sereine (Starlit night)
Scène d'amour (Love scene)
Scherzo: La reine Mab (Queen Mab scherzo),
Convoi funèbre de Juliette (Funeral March for Juliet)
Au cimetière (Clair de lune)
L'ile inconnue
Les troyens: Chase royale et orage/Royal Hunt and Storm
L'enfance du Christ, Op. 25: Part I: Dans la crèche
Part I: Qui vient?
Part I: Toujours ce rêve!
Part I: Seigneur!
Part I: Les sages de Judée
Part I: La voix dit vrai, seigneur
Part I: Eh bien!
Part I: O mon cher fils
Part I: Joseph! Marie!
Overture
Part II: Il s'en va loin de la terre (L'adieu des bergers à la Sainte Famille)
Part II: Les Pèlerins étant venus
Part III: Depuis trois jours
Part III: Dans cette ville immense
Part III: Entrez, entrez, pauvres hébreux
Part III: Sur vos traits fatigués
L'enfance du Christ, Op. 25: Part III: Trio pour deux flûtes et harpe
Part III: Vous pleurez, jeune mère
Part III: Ce fut ainsi que par un infidèle
Requiem, Op. 5 (Grande messe des morts): Requiem et Kyrie
Dies irae
Quid sum miser
Rex tremendae
Quaerens me
Lacrymosa
Offertorium
Hostias
Requiem, Op. 5 (Grande messe des morts): Sanctus
Agnus Dei
O Fortuna
Fortune plango vulnera
Veris leta facies
Omnia sol temperat
Ecce gratum
Tanz
Floret silva
Chramer, gip die varwe mir
Reie: Swaz hie gat umbe; Chume, chum, geselle min
Were diu werlt alle min
Estuans interius
Olim lacus colueram
Ego sum abbas
In taberna quando sumus
Amor volat undique
Dies, nox et omnia
Stetit puella
Circa mea pectora
Si puer cum puellula
Veni, veni, venias
In trutina
Tempus est iocundum
Dulcissime
Ave formosissima
O Fortuna
Introduction
Prologue: "D'anciennes haines endormies"
Strophe 1: "Premiers transports que nul n'oublie"
Récitatif et Scherzetto: "Bientôt de Roméo" - "Mab! la messagère" - "Bientôt la mort est souveraine"
Roméo seul - Tristesse - Concert et bal.
"Ohé! Capulets" - Scène d'amour
Scherzo. La Reine Mab ou la Fée des songes
Convoi funebre "Jetez des fleurs pour la vierge expirée"
Romeo au tombeau des Capulets
Invocation - Réveil de Juliette
Joie délirante,désespoir "Dernières angoisses et mort"
Final. "Quoi! Roméo de retour! Roméo"
Final. "Pauvres enfants que je pleure"
Final. "Mais notre sang rougit leur glaive"
Final. "Jurez donc, par l'auguste symbole"
O Fortuna
Fortune plango vulnera
Veris leta facies
Omnia sol temperat
Ecce gratum
Tanz
Floret silva
Chramer, gip die varwe mir
Reie: Swaz hie gat umbe; Chume, chum, geselle min
Were diu werlt alle min
Estuans interius
Olim lacus colueram
Ego sum abbas
In taberna quando sumus
Amor volat undique
Dies, nox et omnia
Stetit puella
Circa mea pectora
Si puer cum puellula
Veni, veni, venias
In trutina
Tempus est iocundum
Dulcissime
Ave formosissima
O Fortuna
Adagio molto e cantabile; Andante moderato
Presto; Allegro assai
Scene 1: Invocation to the nymphs
Scene 1: Entrance of Daphnis and Chloé
Scene 1: Dance of the young girls around Daphnis
Scene 1: Dorcon's advance to Chloé
Scene 1: Daphnis reasserts his love for Chloé. The Dorcon-Daphnis dance contest for a kiss from Chloé
Scene 1: Dorcon's grotesque dance
Scene 1: The gracious dance of Daphnis
Scene 1: The triumph of Daphnis and the ecstatic union with Chloé
Scene 1: Entrance of the temptress Lyceion and dance of veils
Scene 1: The invasion of the pirates and Daphnis's unsuccessful efforts to save Chloé
Scene 1: Invocation to Pan by the nymphs and the prayer of Daphnis
Scene 2: Interlude
Scene 2: The orgiastic dance of the pirates
Scene 2: Bryaxis orders Chloè to be brought forward and dance
Scene 2: Chloè's dance of supplication
Scene 2: Creatures of Pan appear and frighten the pirates, who flee in terror, leaving Chloè alone with a shining crown
Scene 3: Sunrise, Daphnis prostrate at the grotto of the nymphs
Scene 3: Daphnis and Chloè are reunited
Scene 3: Lammon tells how Pan saved Chloè in memory of his love for the nymph Syrinx. Daphnis and Chloè act out the story.
Scene 3: Pan (Daphnis) fashions a flute from some reeds, on which he declares his love for Syrinx (Chloè)
Scene 3: Abandoning their roles, the lovers embrace and kneel at the altar of the nymphs
Scene 3: Girls dressed as bacchantes enter with tambourines
Scene 3: Young men invade the scene, and joyous tumult prevails in tribute to the triumph of the lovers
O fortuna
Fortune plango vulnera
Veris leta facies
Omnia sol temperat
Ecce gratum
Tanz
Floret silva
Chramer, gip die varwe mir
Reie; Swaz hie gat umbe; Chume, chum, geselle min
Were diu werlt alle min
Estuans interius
Olim lacus colueram
Ego sum abbas
In taberna quando sumus
Amor volat undique
Dies, nox et omnia
Stetit puella
Circa mea pectora
Si puer cum puellula
Veni, veni, venias
In trutina
Tempus est iocundum
Dulcissime
Ave formosissima
O fortuna


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