Philip Langridge

Biography

Born: December 16, 1939; Hawkhurst   Died: March 5, 2010  
A world-class opera singer and recitalist, tenor Philip Langridge was in great demand as a performer of a wide range of operatic works, particulalry music by Britten, Janácek, and Stravinsky. Praised for his bright and penetrating voice, Langridge was a singer whose impressive vocal strength did not diminish the clarity of his diction. Born in Kent, Langridge studied at the London Royal Academy of Music, where his teachers were Celia Bizony and Read more Bruce Boyce. He worked his way up the professional ladder, from his first appearance as a Footman in Richard Strauss' Capriccio at Glyndebourne. Not long after his debut at Glyndenbourne, he appeared there in the leading roles of Don Ottavio in Mozart's Don Giovanni, Florestan in Beethoven's Fidelio, and Laca in Janácek's Jenufa. Langridge's Covent Garden debut in 1983 combined Ravel's L'enfant et les sortilčges, where he was the Teapot, and Stravinsky's Nightingale, where he sang the role of the Fisherman. In 1985, he debuted at the Metropolitan as Ferrando in Mozart's Cosě fan tutte, and his first Salzburg appearance was in the role of Aron in Schoenberg's Moses und Aron. Langridge went on to record the role of Aron for the Decca release of the opera under Georg Solti, a production that won a Grammy Award. Langridge frequently sang the title role in two major Stravinsky operas, Oedipus Rex and The Rake's Progress. He appeared in a production of Oedipus Rex conducted by Seiji Ozawa, which won a Japanese award for best opera production 1994. His portrayal of Zivny in Janácek's one-act opera Osud (Fate), recorded for EMI with Charles Mackerras, brought Langridge the 1984 Olivier Award. He also sang the role of Laca in Janácek's Jenufa, appearing as Albert Gregor in The Makropulos Case. Especially appreciated as an interpreter of Benjamin Britten's music, Langridge sang the title roles in Britten operas Peter Grimes, Billy Budd, Turn of the Screw, and Death in Venice. Langridge received two awards for his performances of Britten: a Gramophone Award for War Requiem and a Classic CD Award for Turn of the Screw. An enthusiastic performer of contemporary British music, he premiered several works by British composers, including Birtwistle's The Mask of Orpheus and Tippett's New Year. Langridge sang other important 20th century roles, including Andres in Berg's Wozzeck, Mark in Tippett's Midsummer Marriage, and Edrisi in Szymanowski's King Roger. However, his repertoire encompassed Baroque and Romantic opera: he sang Nerone in Monteverdi's L'incoronazione di Poppea; Shuisky in Mussorgsky's Boris Godunov; Loge in Wagner's Das Rheingold; and Benedict in Berlioz's Béatrice et Bénédict. As a recitalist, Langridge performed with world-class pianists, including Maurizio Pollini and Andras Schiff. A tour of Schubert's song cycle Winterreise, with pianist David Owens Norris, was completed by a highly acclaimed performance at the Salzburg Mozarteum. Langridge was married to mezzo-soprano Ann Murray. A recipient of many honors, Langridge became a Commander of the British Empire in 1994 and was an avid collector of watercolors. Read less

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Born: December 16, 1939; Hawkhurst   Died: March 5, 2010  
A world-class opera singer and recitalist, tenor Philip Langridge was in great demand as a performer of a wide range of operatic works, particulalry music by Britten, Janácek, and Stravinsky. Praised for his bright and penetrating voice, Langridge was a singer whose impressive vocal strength did not diminish the clarity of his diction. Born in Kent, Langridge studied at the London Royal Academy of Music, where his teachers were Celia Bizony and Read more
WORKS ALBUMS
TITLE/COMPOSER
LABEL
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
Britten: The Turn of the Screw, Op.54 - original version - Prologue
Britten: The Turn of the Screw, Op.54 - original version - Act One - Interlude: Theme - Scene 1: The Journey
Britten: The Turn of the Screw, Op.54 - original version - Act One - Interlude: Variation I - Scene 2: The Welcome
Britten: The Turn of the Screw, Op.54 - original version - Act One - Interlude: Variation II - Scene 3: The Letter
Britten: The Turn of the Screw, Op.54 - original version - Act One - Interlude: Variation III - Scene 4: The Tower
Britten: The Turn of the Screw, Op.54 - original version - Act One - Interlude: Variation IV - Scene 5: The Window
Britten: The Turn of the Screw, Op.54 - original version - Act One - Interlude: Variation V - Scene 6: The Lesson
Britten: The Turn of the Screw, Op.54 - original version - Act One - Interlude: Variation VI - Scene 7: The Lake
Britten: The Turn of the Screw, Op.54 - original version - Act One - Interlude: Variation VII - Scene 8: At Night
Britten: The Turn of the Screw, Op.54 - original version - Act Two - Interlude: Variation VIII - Scene 1: Colloquy and So- lioquy
Britten: The Turn of the Screw, Op.54 - original version - Act Two - Interlude: Variation IX - Scene 2: The Bells
Britten: The Turn of the Screw, Op.54 - original version - Act Two - Interlude: Variation X - Scene 3: Miss Jessel
Britten: The Turn of the Screw, Op.54 - original version - Act Two - Interlude: Variation XI - Scene 4: The Bedroom
Britten: The Turn of the Screw, Op.54 - original version - Act Two - Interlude: Variation XII - Scene 5: Quint
Britten: The Turn of the Screw, Op.54 - original version - Act Two - Interlude: Variation XIII - Scene 6: The Piano
Britten: The Turn of the Screw, Op.54 - original version - Act Two - Interlude: Variation XIV - Scene 7: Flora
Britten: The Turn of the Screw, Op.54 - original version - Act Two - Interlude: Variation XV - Scene 8: Miles
L'Enfant et les sortilčges (2000 Digital Remaster): Introduction
L'Enfant et les sortilčges (2000 Digital Remaster): Votre serviteur humble, Bergčre
L'Enfant et les sortilčges (2000 Digital Remaster): How's your mug
L'Enfant et les sortilčges (2000 Digital Remaster): Oui, c'est Elle, ta Princess enchantée
L'Enfant et les sortilčges (2000 Digital Remaster): Deux robinets coulent dans un résevoir
L'Enfant et les sortilčges (2000 Digital Remaster): Ah! Quelle joie de te retrouver, Jardin!
L'Enfant et les sortilčges (2000 Digital Remaster): Sauve-toi, sotte! Et la cage? La cage?
L'Enfant et les sortilčges (2000 Digital Remaster): Ah! C'est l'Enfant au couteau!
Gurrelieder, Part One: Orchestral Prelude
Gurrelieder, Part One: Nun dämfpt die Dämm'rung (Waldemar)
Gurrelieder, Part One: O, wenn des Mondes Strahlen (Tove)
Gurrelieder, Part One: Ross! Mein Ross! (Waldemar)
Gurrelieder, Part One: Sterne jubeln (Tove)
Gurrelieder, Part One: So tanzen die Engel vor Gottes Thron nicht (Waldemar)
Gurrelieder, Part One: Nun sag ich dir zum ersten mal (Tove)
Gurrelieder, Part One: Es ist Mitternachtszeit (Waldemar)
Gurrelieder, Part One: Du sendest mir einen Liebesblick (Tove)
Gurrelieder, Part One: Du wunderliche Tove! (Waldemar)
Gurrelieder, Part One: Orchestral interlude
Gurrelieder, Part One: Tauben von Gurre (Waldtaube)
Gurrelieder, Part Two: Herrgott, weisst du, was du tatest
Gurrelieder, Part Three: Erwacht, König Waldemars Mannen wert! (Waldemar)
Gurrelieder, Part Three: Deckel des Sarges klappert (Bauer & Chor)
Gurrelieder, Part Three: Gegrüsst, o König (Waldermars Männen)
Gurrelieder, Part Three: Mit Toves stimme flüstert der Wald (Waldemar)
Gurrelieder, Part Three: 'Ein seltsamer Vogel ist so'n Aal' (Klaus-Narr)
Gurrelieder, Part Three: Du strenger Richter droben (Waldemar)
Gurrelieder, Part Three: Der Hahn erhebt den Kopf zur Kraht
Gurrelieder, Des Simmerwindes wilde Jagd: Orchestral Prelude
Gurrelieder, Des Simmerwindes wilde Jagd: Herr Gänsefuss, Frau Gänsekraut (Sprecher)
Gurrelieder, Des Simmerwindes wilde Jagd: Seht die Sonne (Chor)
Le nozze di Figaro, K. 492: Overture to Act 1
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 1 "Cinque dieci" [Susanna, Figaro]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 1 "Cosa stai misurando" [Susanna, Figaro]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 1 "Se a caso madama" [Susanna, Figaro]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 1 "Or bene; ascolta" [Susanna, Figaro]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 1 "Se vuol ballare" [Figaro]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 1 "Ed aspettaste il giorno" [Bartolo, Marcellina]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 1 "La vendetta" [Bartolo]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 1 "Tutto ancoor non ho perso" [Marcellina, Susanna]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 1 "Via resti servita" [Marcellina, Susanna]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 1 "Va' lŕ, vecchia pedante" [Susanna, Cherubino]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 1 "Non sň piů cosa son" [Cherubino]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 1 "Ah, son perduto!" [Susanna, Cherubino, Il Conte, Basilio]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 1 "Cosa sento!" [Susanna, Il Conte, Basilio]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 1 "Basilio, in traccia tosto" [Susanna, Il Conte, Cherubino, Basilio]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 1 "Giovani liete" [Chorus]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 1 "Cos' č questo commedia?" [Il Conte, Susanna, Figaro]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 1 "Giovani liete" [Chorus]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 1 "Evviva!" [Figaro, Susanna, Basilio, Cherubino, Il Conte]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 1 "Non piů andrai" [Figaro]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 2 "Porgi amor qualche ristoro" [La Contessa]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 2 "Vieni, cara Susanna" [La Contessa, Susanna, Figaro]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 2 "Quanto duolmi, Susanna" [La Contessa, Susanna, Cherubino]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 2 "Voi, che sapete che cosa č amor" [Cherubino]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 2 "Bravo! Che bella voce!" [La Contessa, Susanna, Cherubino]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 2 "Venite, inginocciatevi!" [Susanna]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 2 "Quante buffonerie!" [La Contessa, Susanna, Cherubino, Il Conte]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 2 "Che novitŕ!" [La Contessa, Il Conte]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 2 "Susanna, or via, sortite" [La Contessa, Il Conte, Susanna]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 2 "Dunque voi non aprite?" [La Contessa, Il Conte]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 2 "Aprite, presto, aprite" [Susanna, Cherubino]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 2 "Oh guarda il demonietto!" [Susanna]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 2 "Tutto č come il lasciai" [Il Conte, La Contessa]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 2 "Esci omai, garzon malnato" [Il conte, La Contessa, Susann, Figaro, Antonio]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 2 "Signore, cos'č quel stupore" [Susanna, Il Conte, La Contessa]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 2 "Signori, di fuori" [Figaro, Il Conte, Susanna, La Contessa]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 2 "Ah signori ... signor" [Antonio, Il Conte, Susanna, La Contessa, Figaro]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 2 "Voi signori, che giusto siete" [Marcellina, Basilio, Bartolo, Il Conte, Susanna, La Contessa, Figaro]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 2 "Che imbarazzo č mai questo!" [Il Conte, La Contessa, Susanna]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 3 "Crudel! perchč finora" [Susanna, Il Conte]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 3 "E perchč fosti meco" [Susanna, Il Conte, Figaro]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 3 "Hai gia vinta la causa!" [Il Conte]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 3 "Vedrň mentr'io sospiro" [Il Conte]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 3 "E decisa la lite" [Don Curzio, Marcellina, Figaro, Il Conte, Bartolo]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 3 "Riconosci in questo amplesso" [Don Curzio, Marcellina, Figaro, Il Conte, Bartolo, Susanna]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 3 "Eccovi, oh caro amico" [Marcellina, Figaro, Bartolo, Susanna]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 3 "Andiam, andiam, bel paggio" [Barbarina, Cherubino]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 3 "E Susanna non vien!... Dove sono" [La Contessa]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 3 "Andiam, andiam, bel paggio" [Antonio, Il Conte]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 3 "Cosa mi narri" [La Contessa, Susanna]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 3 "Sull'aria ... Che soave zeffiretto" [La Contessa, Susanna]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 3 "Piegato č il foglio" [La Contessa, Susanna]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 3 "Ricevete, oh padroncina" [Chorus]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 3 "Quest sono, madama" [Barbarina, La Contessa, Susanna, Antonio, Il Conte, Cherubino]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 3 "Ecco la marcia" [Figaro, Susanna, Il Conte, La Contessa]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 3 "L'ho perduta" [Barbarina]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 3 "Barbarina, cos'hai?" [Figaro, Barbarina, Marcellina]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 3 "Presto avvertiam Susanna" [Marcellina]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 4 "Il capro e la capretta" [Marcellina]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 4 "Nel padiglione a manca" [Barbarina, Figaro, Basilio, Bartolo]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 4 "In quegl'anni" [Basilio]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 4 "Tutto č disposto... Aprite un po' quegl' occhi" [Figaro]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 4 "Signora, ella mi disse" [Susanna, Marcellina, La Contessa]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 4 "Giunse alfin il momento... Deh vieni, non tardar" [Susanna]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 4 "Perfida, e in quella forma" [Figaro, Cherubino, La Contessa]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 4 "Pian, pianin" [Cherubino, La Contessa, Il Conte, Susanna, Figaro]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 4 "Pace, pace, mio dolce tesoro" [Il Conte, Susanna, Figaro]
Le nozze di Figaro : Act 4 "Gente, gente, dall'armi" [Cherubino, La Contessa, Il Conte, Susanna, Figaro, Basilio, Antonio, Barbarina, Marcellina, Chorus]
The Tempest, Act 1: Scene I: Hell is empty
The Tempest, Act 1, Scene II: Oh father
The Tempest, Act 1, Scene II: Miranda - you are my care
The Tempest, Act 1, Scene II: What you hvae told me
The Tempest, Act 1: Scene III: Fear. Fear to the sinner
The Tempest, Act 1: Scene IV: Sorcerer die
The Tempest, Act 1, Scene V: Sir? Have you recovered them?
The Tempest, Act 1, Scene V: Five Fathoms deep
The Tempest, Act 1: Scene VI: As i sat weeping
The Tempest, Act 2, Scene I: Alive, awake
The Tempest, Act 2, Scene I: I had the notion I flew
The Tempest, Act 2, Scene II: A monster!
The Tempest, Act 2, Scene II: Friends don't fear...
The Tempest, Act 2, Scene II: We'll find the prince
The Tempest, Act 2: Scene III: They won't find him
The Tempest, Act 2: Scene IV: What was before
The Tempest, Act 3, Scene I: (Orchestral)
The Tempest, Act 3, Scene I: This way
The Tempest, Act 3, Scene II: Spirit must I right
The Tempest, Act 3, Scene II: Fool. You've tired us out
The Tempest, Act 3, Scene II: Murder!
The Tempest, Act 3, Scene II: Help us!
The Tempest, Act 3, Scene III: Father
The Tempest, Act 3, Scene III: Murder this man
The Tempest, Act 3, Scene IV: Quietness
The Tempest, Act 3, Scene IV: How good they are
The Tempest, Act 3, Scene IV: How these things
The Tempest, Act 3: Scene V: Who was here
Symphony
"Comfort ye, My people... Ev'ry Valley shall be exalted"
"And The Glory Of the Lord"
"This said the Lord... But who may abide..."
"And He shall purify the sons of Levi"
"Behold, a virgin shall conceive...O thou that tellest good tidings"
"For behold, darkness shall cover the earth...The people that walked in darkness"
"For Unto Us A Child Is Born"
Pifa (Pastoral Symphony)
"There were shepherds... And lo, the angel of the Lord... And the angel said unto them - And suddenly"
"Glory To God In the Highest"
"Rejoice Greatly, O Daughter Of Zion"
"Then shall the eyes of the blind...He shall feed his flock"
"His yoke is easy"
"Behold the Lamb of God"
"He was despised"
"Surely He hath borne our griefs"
"And with His stripes we are healed"
"All We Like Sheep Have Gone Astray"
"All they that see him...He trusted in God"
"Thy rebuke hath broken his heart...Behold and see"
"He was cut off...But Thou didst not leave his soul in Hell"
"Lift up your heads"
"Unto which of the angels...Let all the Angels"
"Thou art gone up on high"
"The Lord gave the word"
"How beautiful are the feet"
"Their sound is gone out"
"Why do the nations...Let us break asunder"
"He that dwelleth in heaven...Thou shalt break them"
"Hallelujah"
"I Know That My Redeemer Liveth"
"Since by man came death"
"Behold, I tell you...The Trumpet shall sound"
"Then shall be brought to pass...O death...But thanks be to God"
"If God be for us"
" Worthy is the Lamb... Amen"
Samson : Act 1 Sinfonia
Samson : Act 1 "This day, a solemn feast to Dagon held" [Samson]
Samson : Act 1 "Awake the trumpet's lofty sound!" [Chorus]
Samson : Act 1 "Ye men of Gaza, hither bring the merry pipe and pleasing string" [Dalila]
Samson : Act 1 "Awake the trumpet's lofty sound" [Chorus]
Samson : Act 1 "Loud as the thunder's awful voice" [Philistine]
Samson : Act 1 "Then free from sorrow, free from the thrall" [Philistine Woman]
Samson : Act 1 "Awake the trumpet's lofty sound!" [Chorus]
Samson : Act 1 "Why by an angel was my birth foretold" [Samson]
Samson : Act 1 "Torments, alas! are not confin'd to heart, or head, or breast!" [Samson]
Samson : Act 1 "Oh change beyond report, thought or belief!" [Micah]
Samson : Act 1 "Oh mirror of our fickle state!" [Micah]
Samson : Act 1 "Whom have I to compain of but myself" [Samson] ... "Oh loss of sight! of thee I most complain!" [Samson]
Samson : Act 1 "Total eclipse! no sun, no moon, all dark amidst the blaze of noon!" [Samson]
Samson : Act 1 "Since light so necessary is to life" [Micah]
Samson : Act 1 "Oh first created beam!" [Chorus]
Samson : Act 1 "Ye see, my friends, how woes enclose me round" [Samson], "Here comes thy rev'rend sire, old Manoah" [Micah, Samson]
Samson : Act 1 "Brethren and men of Dan, say, where is my son" [Manoah, Micah] "O miserable change!" [Manoah] "Oh ever failing trust in mortal strength!" [Israelitish Man]
Samson : Act 1 "God of our fathers, what is man?" [Israelitish Man]
Samson : Act 1 "The good we wish for, often proves our bane" [Manoah]
Samson : Act 1 "Thy glorious deeds inspir'd my tongue" [Manoah]
Samson : Act 1 "Justly these evils have befall'n thy son" [Samson] "Worse yet remains" [Manoah] "This have I done" [Samson]
Samson : Act 1 "My griefs for this forbid mine eyes to close" [Samson]
Samson : Act 1 "Why does the God of Israel sleep?" [Samson]
Samson : Act 1 "There lies our hope!" [Micah]
Samson : Act 1 "Then shall they know" [Chorus]
Samson : Act 1 "For thee, my dearest son" [Manoah] "It should be so - to expiate my crime" [Samson] "Be for thy fate contrite" [Manoah] "Why should I live?" [Samson]
Samson : Act 1 "Then long eternity shall greet your bliss" [Micah]
Samson : Act 1 "Joys that are pure" [Micah]
Samson : Act 1 "Then round about the starry throne" [Chorus]
Samson : Act 2 "Despair not thus" [Manoah] "Wher'er the liquid brook or fountain flow'd" [Samson] "Trust yet in God!" [Manoah]
Samson : Act 2 "Just are the way of God to man" [Manoah]
Samson : Act 2 "My evils hopeless are!" [Samson] "Relieve thy champion" [Micah]
Samson : Act 2 "Return, oh God of hosts!" [Micah]
Samson : Act 2 "To dust his glory they would tread" [Chorus]
Samson : Act 2 "But who is this?" [Micah] ... "How cunningly the sorceress displays her own transgressions" [Samson]
Samson : Act 2 "With plaintive notes and am'rous moan" [Dalila, Samson]
Samson : Act 2 "Did Love constrain thee?" [Samson]
Samson : Act 2 "Your charms to ruin led the way" [Samson]
Samson : Act 2 "Forgive what's done" [Dalila]
Samson : Act 2 "My - Her faith and truth, oh Samson, prove Dalila" [Dalila, Virgin]
Samson : Act 2 "Her faith and truth, oh Samson, prove" [Chorus]
Samson : Act 2 "To fleeting pleasures make your court" [Dalila]
Samson : Act 2 "Her faith and truth, oh Samson, prove" [Chorus]
Samson : Act 2 "How charming is domestic ease!" [Dalila]
Samson : Act 2 "Her faith and truth, oh Samson, prove" [Chorus]
Samson : Act 2 "Ne'er think of that! I know thy warbling charms" [Samson] "Let me approach, at least" [Dalila] "Not for thy life" [Samson] "Thou art more deaf to pray'rs than winds or seas" [Dalila]
Samson : Act 2 "Traitor to love! I'll sue no more" [Dalila] "Traitress to love! I'll hear no more" [Samson] "She's gone! a serpent manifest" [Micah, Samson]
Samson : Act 2 "It is not virtue, valour, wit" [Israelitish Man]
Samson : Act 2 "Favour'd of heaven is he, who finds one true" [Samson]
Samson : Act 2 "To man God's universal law gave pow'r to keep the wife in awe" [Chorus]
Samson : Act 2 "No words of peace, no voice enchanting fear" [Micah] ... "The honour certain to have won from thee I lose" [Harapha]
Samson : Act 2 "Honour and arms scorn such a foe" [Harapha]
Samson : Act 2 "Put on your arms" "My strength is from the living God" [Samson]
Samson : Act 2 "With thee!" [Harapha] "Cam'st thou for this, vain boaster?" [Samson, Harapha]
Samson : Act 2 "Go, baffled coward, go" [Samson] "Presume not on thy God" [Harapha]
Samson : Act 2 "Here lies the proof" [Micah]
Samson : Act 2 "Hear, Jacob's God, Jehovah, hear!" [Chorus]
Samson : Act 2 "Dagon, arise! attend thy sacred feast!" [Harapha]
Samson : Act 2 "To song and dance we give the day" [Philistine]
Samson : Act 2 "To song and dance we give the day" [Chorus]
Samson : Act 2 "Fix'd in his everlasting seat" [Chorus]
Samson : Act 3 "More trouble is behind" [Micah] ... "My message, given with speed, brooks no delay" [Harapha]
Samson : Act 3 "Presuming slave, to move their wrath!" [Harapha]
Samson : Act 3 "Reflect then, Samson, matters now are strain'd" [Micah] "Shall I abuse this consecrated gift of strength" [Samson]
Samson : Act 3 "With thunder arm'd, great God, arise!" [Chorus]
Samson : Act 3 "Be of good courage" [Samson, Micah, Harapha]
Samson : Act 3 "Thus when the sun from's wat'ry bed" [Samson]
Samson : Act 3 "With might endued, above the sons of men" [Micah]
Samson : Act 3 "The Holy One of Israel be thy guide" [Micah] "To fame immortal go" [Chorus]
Samson : Act 3 "Old Manoah, with youthful steps, makes haste to find his son" [Micah] "I come, my brethren, not to seek my son" [Manoah]
Samson : Act 3 "Great Dagon has subdued our foe" [Philistine] "Great Dagon has subdued our foe" [Chorus]
Samson : Act 3 "What noise of joy was that?" [Manoah, Micah]
Samson : Act 3 "How willing my paternal love the weight to share of filial care" [Manoah]
Samson : Act 3 "Your hopes of his deliv'ry seem not vain" [Micah] "I know your friendly minds, and - Heav'n! what noise!" [Manoah] "Hear us, our God!" [Chorus]
Samson : Act 3 "Noise call you this? an universal groan" [Micah] ... "Unwounded of his enemies he fell" [Messenger, Manoah]
Samson : Act 3 "Ye sons of Israel, now lament" [Micah] "Weep, Israel, weep" [Chorus]
Samson : Act 3 "Proceed we hence to find his body" [Manoah]
Samson : Act 3 Dead March
Samson : Act 3 "The body comes" [Micah, Manoah]
Samson : Act 3 "Glorious hero, may thy grave peace and honour ever have" [Chorus]
Samson : Act 3 "Come, come! no time for lamentation" [Manoah]
Samson : Act 3 "Let the bright Seraphim" [Israelitish Woman]
Samson : Act 3 "Let their celestial concerts all unite" [Chorus]
Walton: Façade 1 for Reciter(s) and Chamber Ensemble - Fanfare; Hornpipe; En famille; Mariner man
Walton: Façade 1 for Reciter(s) and Chamber Ensemble - Long steel grass; Through gilded trellises; Tango
Walton: Façade 1 for Reciter(s) and Chamber Ensemble - Lullaby for Jumbo; Black Mrs.Behemoth; Tarantella
Walton: Façade 1 for Reciter(s) and Chamber Ensemble - A man from a far countree; By the lake; Country Dance
Walton: Façade 1 for Reciter(s) and Chamber Ensemble - Polka;Four in the morning;Something lies beyond the sce
Walton: Façade 1 for Reciter(s) and Chamber Ensemble - Valse; Jodelling song; Scotch Rhapsody
Walton: Façade 1 for Reciter(s) and Chamber Ensemble - Popular Song; Fox-trot "Old Sir Faulk" ; Sir Beelzebub
Walton: Façade 2 for 2 Speakers and Chamber Ensemble - 1. Flourish; Came the great popinjay
Walton: Façade 2 for 2 Speakers and Chamber Ensemble - 2. Aubade
Walton: Façade 2 for 2 Speakers and Chamber Ensemble - 3. March
Walton: Façade 2 for 2 Speakers and Chamber Ensemble - 4. Madame Mouse trots
Walton: Façade 2 for 2 Speakers and Chamber Ensemble - 5. The Octogenarian
Walton: Façade 2 for 2 Speakers and Chamber Ensemble - 6. Gardener Janus catches a Naiad
Walton: Façade 2 for 2 Speakers and Chamber Ensemble - 7. Water Party
Walton: Façade 2 for 2 Speakers and Chamber Ensemble - 8. Said King Pompey
King Roger: Hagios! Hagios! (Chorus/Youth Chorus/Archbishop)
King Roger: Boze poblogoslaw (Chorus/Youth Chorus/Solo Tenor/Archbishop/Deaconess)
King Roger: Czys slyszal? (King Roger/Edrisi/Archbishop/Chorus/Deaconess/Roxana/Youth Chorus)
King Roger: Oto bluznierca! (Chorus/King Roger/Shepherd/Deaconess/Archbishop/Roxana)
King Roger: Mój Bóg jest piekny (Shepherd/Chorus)
King Roger: Wjego usmiechu! (Roxana/King Roger/Shepherd/Deaconess/Archbishop/Edrisi)
King Roger: Niech odejdzie Pasterz (King Roger/Chorus/Roxana/Shepherd/Solo Tenor)
King Roger: Start
King Roger: Niepokój bladych gwiazd (King Roger/Chorus/Edrisi)
King Roger: A/Roxana! jej spiew! (King Roger/Roxana/Edrisi/Chorus)
King Roger: Ktos mglisty przeszedl (King Roger/Edrisi/Chorus/Shepherd)
King Roger: Vivace. Allegramente. - O przychodze sam (Shepherd/King Roger)
King Roger: A A uspij swoj lek (Roxana/Shepherd/King Roger/Edrisi)
King Roger: Tajemmych glebin (Shepherd)
King Roger: Shepherd's Dance
King Roger: Roxana's entrance - W Radosnym (Chorus/Roxana/Shepherd/King Roger)
King Roger: Kto smie mój czar (Shepherd/Roxana/Chorus)
King Roger: Sluchajcie (Shepherd/Roxana/Chorus/King Roger/Edrisi)
King Roger: Appendix: Roxana's Aria [with concert ending] - A/Roxana! jej spiew! (King Roger/Roxana/Edrisi/Chorus)
King Roger: Start (introduction)
King Roger: Wokól martwota (King Roger/Edrisi)
King Roger: Rogerze! Rogerze! (Roxana/Edrisi/King Roger/Chorus/Solo Soprano/Solo Soprano)
King Roger: Nasad, nasad (Chorus/King Roger/Shepherd/Edrisi/Roxana)
King Roger: Syc ofiarny wartky plomien! (Roxana/King Roger/Shepherd/Chorus/Edrisi)
King Roger: Edrisi, juz swit! (King Roger)
King Roger: Slonce! Slonce! (King Roger)
"Einziger, ewiger, allgegenwärtiger"
"Du Sohn meiner Väter"
"Ich hab'ihn gesehn...Ein lieblicher Gott!"
"Bringt ihr Erhörung...In der Wüste wird euch die Reinheit!"
"Wo ist Moses?"
"Vierzig Tage!"
"Wo ist Moses?...Volk Israels!"
"Dieses Bild bezeugt...Götter, die ihr Seele schenket"
"Moses steigt vom Berg herab!"
"Aron, was hast du getan?...Unvorstellbarer Gott!"
Prologue
Homage to Judy
Resolve I
Passion Chorale I
Toccata I B
Pretty Polly's Rhapsody I
Sinfonia
War-Cry
Toccata II B
Pretty Polly's Rhapsody II
1. Lament for a Dead Infant
2. Fussy Mummy and Auntie
3. Lullaby
4. Before a Long Separation
5. A Warning
6. The Deserted Father
7. A Song of Poverty
8. Winter
9. The Good Life
10. A Girl's Song
11. Happiness
Akh, ne spítsya ból'se, popróbuyu
Gribkí segódnya búdut?
Govorí - ... - Cegó vstal?
Interlude
Ay! Ay! Ay! - Otpustíte bábu
Mnógo vď - Cto ego?
Interlude
Spat' porá. Den' prosól
Zerebyónok k kobďlke torópitsya
Kto eto - ... - Uydí tď
Cto znácit stárost': Ne spítsya
Proskáy - ... - Smotrí, Katerína
Ustál - ... - Progolodálsya ya
Vídno - ... - Akh, Borís Timoféyevic
Interlude
Sergéy, Seryóza! Vsyo spit
Opyát' usnúl - ... - [Andante] (Orchestra)
Slúsay, Sergéy - ... - Tepér' sabás
Cto tď - ... - Interlude (Orchestra)
Sózdan policéyskiy - ... - Skóro
Interlude
Sláva suprúgam - ... - Cto takóye?
Vyórstď odná za drugóy dlínnoy polzút verenícey
Stepánďc! Propustí menyá
Ne legkó pósle pocóta da poklónov péred sudóm stoyát'!
Moyó poctén'ye! - ... - [Adagio] (Orchestra)
V lesú - Znáyes' li
Vstaváy! Po mestám! Zívo!
Lord! I married me a wife
She's like the swallow
Lemady
Bonny at morn
Bugeilio'r Gwenith Gwyn
Dafydd y Garreg Wen
The False Knight upon the Road
Bird Scarer's Song
No. 1. To Life
No. 2. Neutral Tones
No. 3. At Tea
No. 4. In Tenebris
No. 5. I Look into My Glass
No. 6. Inscriptions for a Peal of 8 Bells
No. 1. The Big Chariot
No. 2. The Old Lute
No. 3. The Autumn Wind
No. 4. The Herd-Boy
No. 5. Depression
No. 6. Dance Song
Act I Scene 1: My mind beats on (Aschenbach)
Act I Scene 1: Who's that? (Aschenbach)
Act I Scene 1: I have always kept a close watch over my development (Aschenbach)
Act I Scene 2: Hey there, hey there, you! (Youths)
Act I Scene 2: Overture
Act I Scene 3: Ah Serenissima! (Aschenbach)
Act I Scene 3: Mysterious gondola (Aschenbach)
Act I Scene 4: We are delighted to greet the Signore (Hotel Manager)
Act I Scene 4: So I am led to Venice once again (Aschenbach)
Act I Scene 4: The Lido is so charming, is it not? (Hotel Guests)
Act I Scene 4: How does such beauty come about? (Aschenbach)
Act I Scene 5: The wind is from the West (Aschenbach)
Act I Scene 5: Le bele fragole (Strawberry Seller)
Act I Scene 5: Ah, how peaceful to contemplate the sea (Aschenbach)
Act I Scene 5: Adziu, Adziu! (Chorus)
Act I Scene 5: As one who strives to create beauty (Aschenbach)
Act I Scene 6: Aou'! Stagando, aou'! (Gondolier)
Act I Scene 6: Naturally Signore, I understand (Hotel Manager)
Act I Scene 6: There you are, Signore, just in time (Hotel Porter)
Act I Scene 6: I am become like one of my early heroes (Aschenbach)
Act I Scene 6: A thousand apologies to the Signore (Hotel Manager)
Act I Scene 7: Beneath a dazzling sky the sea ... (Chorus of Hotel Guests)
Act I Scene 7: No boy, but Phoebus of the golden hair (Chorus)
Act I Scene 7: See where Hyacinthus plays (Chorus)
Act I Scene 7: Phaedrus learned what beauty is (Chorus)
Act II Scene 17: Ah, no! (Aschenbach)
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream / Act 1 - "Over Hill, Over Dale"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream / Act 1 - "Oberon Is Passing Fell and Wrath"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream / Act 1 - "Well, Go Thy Way"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream / Act 1 - "How Now My Love?"


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