Peter Bronder

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LABEL
Overture
Act I: Introduction - Hier ist's! Frisch auf (Orsini, Irene, Colonna, Adriano, Raimondo, , Chorus)
Act I: Zur Ruhe! (, Orsini, Colonna, Baroncelli, Cecco, Kardinal, Chorus, Orsini)
Act I: Doch horet ihr der Trompete Ruf (, Kardinal, Baroncelli, Cecco, Chorus)
Act I: O Schwester, sprich, was dir geschah (, Irene, Adriano)
Act I: Was fur ein Klang? (Irene, Adriano)
Act I: Gegrusst, gegrusst sei, hoher Tag (, Cecco, Adriano, Irene, Chorus)
Act I: Erstehe, hohe Roma, neu! (, Cecco, Adriano, Irene, Chorus)
Act II: Introduction - Jauchzet, ihr Taler! (, Chorus)
Act II: ! nimm des Friedens Gruss! (Colonna, )
Act II: Colonna, hortest du das freche Wort? (Orsini, Colonna, Adriano, Chorus)
Act II: Erschallt, ihr Feierklange! (, Baroncelli, Cecco, Orsini, Colonna, Adriano, Chorus)
Act II: Ballet music: Waffentanz
Act II: ! Auf, schutzt den Tribun! (, Baroncelli, Colonna, Cecco, Adriano, Irene, Chorus)
Act II: O lasst der Gnade Himmelslicht (, Irene, Adriano, Baroncelli, Cecco, Orsini, Colonna, Chorus)
Act III: Vernahmt ihr all' die Kunde schon? (Baroncelli, Cecco, , Chorus)
Act III: Gerechter Gott (Adriano)
Act III: Horst du? Das ist das Mordgewuhl! (Adriano, Irene, Chorus)
Act III: Heil, Roma, dir! (, Baroncelli, Adriano, Chorus)
Act IV: Euch treff ich hier? (Cecco, Baroncelli, Adriano, Chorus)
Act IV: Ihr nicht beim Feste? (, Adriano, Chorus)
Act V: Allmacht'ger Vater ()
Act V: Verlasst die Kirche mich ... (, Irene, Adriano)
Act V: Du hier, Irene? (Adriano, Irene)
Act V: Herbei! Auf, eilt zu uns! (Adriano, , Baroncelli, Chorus)
Prelude
Act I Scene 1: Schonste, ungnad' ge Dame (Silla)
Act I Scene 2: Ighino, gut, dass ich dich seh! (Silla, Ighino)
Act I Scene 2: Der Gram des alten Vaters (Silla, Ighino)
Act I Scene 2: Schonste, ungnad'ge Dame - Scene 3: Seltsamliche Gerausche hort man hier (Silla, Borromeo, )
Act I Scene 3: Es drohet nicht von eitlen Dilettanten (Borromeo)
Act I Scene 3: Die Gegensatze all' zu einen (Borromeo)
Act I Scene 3: Wie schon ist, was lhr sagt! (, Borromeo)
Act I Scene 3: Ich kann Euch nicht verstehn (Borromeo, )
Act I Scene 4: Der letzte Freund ()
Act I Scene 5: Fur ihn! Sein Wesen will's (The Masters, )
Act II Scene 4: Die Italiener dort seht! (The Spaniards, Luna, Budoja)
Act II Scene 4: Geliebte Bruder (Budoja, Budoja's Group, Bishops, Theophilus, Grosseto, A Doctor, Morone, Novagerio)
Act II Scene 4: Von weither wandert' ich (Abdisu, Budoja)
Act II Scene 4: Ich, Ercole Severolus (Severolus)
Michonnet, dalla bianca!
Michonnet, su! Michonnet, giù!
Madamigella, come vi chiamerem stasera?
"Del sultano Amuratte..." - Io son l'umile ancella
Adriana! - Che c'è?
La dolcissima effigie sorridente
Or dunque, Abate?
Ecco il monologo
Dov'è dunque i biglietto di Zatima?
Acerba voluttà, dolve tortura
Principessa ... - Finalmente!
Con la Regina a lungo favella!
L'anima ho stanca, e la meta è lontana
Cogliam, Conte, sul fatto
Ma, dunque è vero?
Dico: che a cena l'alma sirena con noi verrà
E bene?- Che granchio!
Sia! Non risponde
Eccolo, aperto!
Eh, via! Così non va
Voi, Principessa?
Eccolo qua
Giova del Conte di Sassonia scoprir l'amica nova
Il Conte di Sassonia!
Il russo Menchikoff riceve l'ordine
Dormi, dormi, o pastorello!
E'quella dama al certo!
Giusto cielo! che feci in tal giorno?
Preludio
So ch'ella dorme
Amico mio! - Figliuola!
Lieta sorpresa!
"Una volta c'era un principe..."
Vediam. Cielo!
Fiori offerti in un'ora d'oblio
Soffoco ... Poveri fiori
Ove, dunque, son io?
Overture
Act I: Have mercy, have mercy (Tamino, Three Ladies)
Act I: I'm sure that there could never be (Papageno, Tamino, Three Ladies)
Act I: Such loveliness beyond compare (Tamino, Three Ladies)
Act I: Don't be afraid, now hear my song (Queen of the Night, Tamino)
Act I: Hm! hm! hm! hm! (Papageno, Tamino, Three Ladies)
Act I: Dialogue (scream) - Slaves! - You will not dare escape again (Pamina, Monostatos, Papageno)
Act I: A man in search of truth and beauty (Pamina, Papageno)
Act I: If you can strive to be a man (Three Boys, Tamino)
Act I: These words of wisdom reassure me (Tamino, Speaker)
Act I: What rash adventure brings you here (Speaker, Tamino, Chorus)
Act I: How soft, how strong your magic sound (Tamino)
Act I: Walk on tip-toe, not a sound (Pamina, Papageno, Monostatos, Chorus)
Act I: We worship Sarastro, we bow before him! (Chorus, Papageno, Pamina)
Act I: Sir, I was disobedient (Pamina, Sarastro)
Act I: Our Lord Sarastro will decide (Pamina, Sarastro)
Act II: My brothers who serve the great gods (Sarastro, First Priest, Second Priest)
Act II: O Isis and Osiris, arm them with strength (Sarastro, Priests)
Act II: Dialogue: Where do you think we are? (Tamino, Papageno, First Priest, Second Priest)
Act II: A woman's beauty is beguiling (Second Priest, Speaker, Papageno)
Act II: Why, why, why are you in this place of fear? (Three Ladies, Papageno, Tamino, First Priest, Second Priest)
Act II: Dialogue: There she is, the blushing violet - All the world is always lusting (Monostatos, Queen of the Night, Pamina)
Act II: The wrath of hell is burning in my bosom (Queen of the Night, Pamina, Monostatos, Sarastro)
Act II: We worship at the altar (Sarastro)
Act II: Dialogue: Here we must leave you (First Priest, Second Priest, Papageno, Tamino, Old Woman)
Act II: Now for the second time we greet you (Three Boys, Papageno, Pamina)
Act II: Now I know that love can vanish (Pamina, Papageno)
Act II: O Isis and Osiris, gods all-knowing (Chorus of Priests, Sarastro, Pamina, Tamino)
Act II: Will I not see my love again? (Pamina, Sarastro, Tamino)
Act II: Dialogue: Tamino! Tamino ...Tamino ... (Papageno, Second Priest)
Act II: If only I could meet her (Papageno, Old Woman, Second Priest, Papagena)
Act II: Behold, the harbinger of morning (Three Boys)
Act II: Are you the man I love the best (Pamina, Three Boys)
Act II: The man who dares to tread this path (Two Armed Men, Tamino, Pamina)
Act II: Pamina? I hear her calling (Tamino, Two Armed Men)
Act II: Tamino, mine, welcome at last (Pamina, Tamino, Two Armed Men)
Act II: The fiery furnace could not harm us (Pamina, Tamino, Attendants, Priests)
Act II: Papagena! Papagena! Papagena! (Papageno, Three Boys)
Act II: Play your magic music (Papageno, Three Boys)
Act II: Pa-pa-ge-na! - Pa-pa-ge-no! (Papageno, Papagena)
Act II: We must be very, very quiet! (Monostatos, Queen of the Night, Three Ladies)
Act II: The banner of sunlight (Sarastro, Chorus)
Act I Scene 1: Slowly, Wozzeck, slowly! (Captain, Wozzeck)
Act I Scene 1: Wozzeck, you are a decent man, and yet ... (Captain, Wozzeck)
Act I Scene 2: Andres! This place is accursed! (Wozzeck, Andres)
Act I Scene 2: Listen. There's something moving there below us! (Wozzeck, Andres)
Act I Scene 3: Military music off-stage - Tschin, Bum, Tschin, Bum, Bum, Bum, Bum! (Marie, Margret)
Act I Scene 3: What will you do now, poor lamb? ... (Marie)
Act I Scene 3: Marie sunk in thought - Knocking at the window - Who's there? (Marie, Wozzeck)
Act I Scene 4: This is monstrous, Wozzeck! (Doctor, Wozzeck)
Act I Scene 4: Wozzeck - Just like a lunatic! (Doctor, Wozzeck)
Act I Scene 5: Show me how you parade! (Marie, Drum Major)
Act II Scene 5: Mmmmmm (Soldiers, Wozzeck, Andres)
Act II Scene 5: I am a man! (Drum Major, Andres, A Soldier, Wozzeck)
Act III Scene 1: And out of his mouth (Marie)
Act III Scene 1: And once there was a lonely child (Marie)
Act III Scene 1: And falling on her knees before Him (Marie)
Act III Scene 2: The town is over there (Marie, Wozzeck)
Act III Scene 2: The moon rises - How the moon rises red! (Marie, Wozzeck)
Act III Scene 3: Dance, damn you! (Wozzeck, Margret, A Youth, Wenches, Youths)
Act III Scene 4: The dagger? Where is the dagger? (Wozzeck)
Act III Scene 4: I ought to wash myself clean (Wozzeck, Captain, Doctor)
Act III Scene 4: Scene change (Invention on a Key)
Act III Scene 5: Ring-a-ring-a-roses, all fall down! (Children, First Child, Second Child, Third Child, Marie's Boy)
Act I: Parados
Act I Scene 1: the First Poem of Reminiscence
Act I Scene I: First Act of Love - First Duet of Love
Act I Scene 1: First Passing Cloud
Act I Scene 1: First Structure of Decision
Act I Scene 1: First Ceremony
Act I Scene 1: First Love Duet
Act I Scene 1: First Song of Magic
Act I Scene 1: First Immortal Dance
Act I Scene 2: First Cry of Memory
Act I Scene 2: Second Passing Cloud
Act I Scene 2: Second Act of Love
Act I Scene 2: First Allegorical Flower of Reason
Act I Scene 2: First Look of Loneliness
Act I Scene 3: First Time Shift - First Human Lie
Act I Scene 3: First Whisper of Change (a)
Act I Scene 3: Second Ceremony - First Exchange
Act I Scene 3: First Song of Failure
Act I Scene 3: Second Immortal Dance
Act I Scene 3: First Hysterical Aria (a)
Act I Scene 3: Second Statement of Reason
Act I Scene 3: First Hysterical Aria (b)
Act I Scene 3: First Magic Formula
Act I Scene 3: First Hysterical Aria (c)
Act I Scene 3: First Shout of Gratitude
Act II Scene 2: Pour the potion in his glass at midnight (Harlequin, Columbina, Nedda, Canio, Tonio)
Act II Scene 2: Aria: No, we're not in a play! (Canio, Groups of Women, Groups of Men, Silvio, Nedda, Beppe, Tonio, The Crowd, Chorus)
Prelude
"The woods are green"
"Anne, my dear" (Trulove)
"Here I stand" / "Since it is not by merit" (Tom)
"Tom Rakewell?" (Nick)
"Fair lady, gracious gentlemen" / "I wished but once"
"I'll call the coachman, sir"
"Farewell for now" (Anne)
"All is ready, sir" (Nick)
"Dear father Trulove" / "Laughter and light"
"With air commanding and weapon handy"
"Come, Tom"
"Soon dawn will glitter" (Whores)
"Sisters of Venus, Brothers of Mars" (Shadow)
"Love, too frequently betrayed"
"How sad a song" (Whores)
"The sun is bright, the grass is green"
"No word from Tom"
"Quietly, night" (Anne)
"My father! Can I desert him" (Anne)
"I go, I go to him" (Anne)
"Vary the song, O London, change!"
"Nature, green unnatural mother" (Tom)
"Always the quarry" (Tom)
"Master, are you alone?" (Nick)
"Come master, observe the host" (Nick)
"In youth the panting slave" (Nick)
"My tale shall be told" (Tom)
Introduction
"How strange" / "O heart be stronger"(Anne)
"Anne! here!"
"My love, am I to remain in here for ever?"
"Could it then have been known" (Anne)
"I have not run away dear heart" (Baba)
"As I was saying" / "Come, sweet, come" / Scorned! Abused!"
"My heart is cold, I cannot weep"
Pantomime - "Fa la la" (Nick)
"O I wish it were true" (Tom)
"Thanks to this excellent device" (Tom)
"Forgive me, master" (Shadow)
"Ruin, Disaster, Shame"
"Ladies, both fair and gracious" (Sellem)
"Who hears me, knows me" / "Seven - eleven" / "Behold it, Roman, moral" / "Fifteen - and a half" / "Wonderful" / "An unknown object draws us" / "Fifty - fifty-five"
"Sold! Annoyed!" / "Now what was that!"
"You love him" / "If boys had wings"
"I go to him" / "Who cares a fig"
Prelude
"How dark and dreadful is this place"
"Very well, then, my dear and good Tom"
"Well, then" - "My heart is wild with fear"
"I burn! I burn! I freeze!"
"With roses crowned" (Tom)
"Prepare yourselves, heroic shades" / "Madmen's words are all untrue" / "Leave all love and hope behind"
"There he is. Have no fear"
"I have waited" (Anne)
"In a foolish dream" (Tom)
"I am exceedingly weary" (Tom)
"Gently, little boat"
"Anne, my dear, the tale is ended now" (Trulove)
"Every wearied body" (Anne)
"Where art thou Venus?"
"Mourn for Adonis" (Chorus)
"Good people, just a moment"
Symphony No. 9 in D minor 'Choral' Op. 125: I. Allegro ma non troppo e un poco maestoso
Symphony No. 9 in D minor 'Choral' Op. 125: II. Molto vivace - Presto - Molto vivace - Presto
Symphony No. 9 in D minor 'Choral' Op. 125: III. Adagio molto e cantabile - Andante moderato - Tempo I - Andante moderato - Tempo I - Stesso tempo
Symphony No. 9 in D minor 'Choral' Op. 125, IV.: Presto - Allegro ma non troppo - Tempo I - Vivace - Tempo I - Adagio cantabile - Tempo I - Allegro assai - Tempo I - Allegro assai -
Symphony No. 9 in D minor 'Choral' Op. 125, IV.: Presto - Recitativo - Allegro assai
Symphony No. 9 in D minor 'Choral' Op. 125, IV.: Allegro assai vivace. Alla marcia -
Symphony No. 9 in D minor 'Choral' Op. 125, IV.: Andante maestoso - Adagio ma non troppo, ma divoto -
Symphony No. 9 in D minor 'Choral' Op. 125, IV.: Allegro energico e sempre ben marcato -
Symphony No. 9 in D minor 'Choral' Op. 125, IV.: Allegro ma non tanto -
Symphony No. 9 in D minor 'Choral' Op. 125, IV.: Poco allegro, stringendo il tempo, sempre più allegro -
Symphony No. 9 in D minor 'Choral' Op. 125, IV.: Presto -
Symphony No. 9 in D minor 'Choral' Op. 125, IV.: Maestoso - Prestissimo
Prologue: Hello ... Hello ... (Tonio)
Act I: Hey! They're back! They're Back! (Chorus, Canio, Beppe)
Act I: Aria: Your most humble servant (Canio, Chorus, Beppe, Tonio)
Act I: Cantabile: If he tried it I promise you (Canio, Nedda, Chorus)
Act I: You hear them playing? (Chorus, Canio)
Act I: Introduction: The ugly look he gave me (Nedda)
Act I: Aria: Swallow, fly away (Nedda)
Act I: Duet: It's you! I thought that you had gone with Canio (Nedda, Tonio)
Act I: Duet: Nedda! ... (Silvio, Nedda)
Act I: Why do you go on with this tormented life? (Silvio, Nedda)
Act I: I must be strong (Nedda, Silvio, Tonio)
Act I: How can you tell me you ever loved me (Silvio, Nedda)
Act I: Be very careful, and then we can surprise them (Tonio, Silvio, Nedda, Canio, Beppe)
Act I: Introduction: Go on stage ... (Canio)
Act I: Aria: Put on your costume (Canio)
Act I: Intermezzo
Act II: Ohe! Ohe! Quickly! Hurry! (Chorus, Tonio, Beppe, Silvio, Nedda)
Act II: The Play: Pagliaccio, that's my husband (Nedda (Columbina))
Act II: The Play: Serenade: O Columbina (Beppe, Columbina, Harlequin)
Act II: The Play: She's waiting. She is a goddess! (Tonio (Taddeo), Columbina)
Act II: The Play: Arlecchin! Columbina (Columbina, Harlequin, Taddeo)
Act II: The Play: Pour the potion in his glass at midnight (Harlequin, Columbina, Pagliaccio, Tonio)
Act II: The Play: Aria: No, we're not in a play! (Canio, Chorus, Silvio, Nedda, Beppe, Tonio)


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