Robert Tear

Biography

Born: March 8, 1939; Barry, South Wales  
While too much versatility can sometimes be a curse in forging a singing identity, Welsh tenor Robert Tear established a significant career by being able to master numerous areas of the tenor repertory. A similarity in vocal quality to Benjamin Britten's companion and singer of choice, Peter Pears, permitted Tear to perform the same works with authenticity and he worked often with the composer during Britten's later years. In fact, in two of Read more Britten's "church operas, or parables," Tear appeared with Pears in the premieres, performing roles written particularly for him. Tear's voice is serviceable rather than sensuous, but his keen intelligence and sophistication in matters of style and stage deportment have made him an invaluable artist in a wide range of settings. In addition to leading roles, Tear has built a gallery of well-considered portraits in the character tenor category. He has performed extensively in oratorio, as well, and has appeared often in recitals covering territory from English song to Tchaikovsky.

Trained as a choral scholar at Kings College, Cambridge, Tear made his operatic debut as the Male Chorus in Britten's Rape of Lucretia in 1963 with the English Opera Group. This began an association with Britten leading next to roles in the second and third of the composer's church parables, The Burning Fiery Furnace (1966) and The Prodigal Son (1968). Subsequently, both of these works were recorded by Decca. Other significant premieres followed, including: Todd in Gordon Crosse's Grace of Todd (1969); the homosexual Dov in Michael Tippett's Knot Garden (1970); the Deserter in Hans Werner Henze's We Come to the River (1976); Rimbaud in John Tavener's poorly-received Therese at Covent Garden (1976); the Painter and the Negro in the Paris premiere of Friedrich Cerha's completion of the three-act version of Berg's Lulu (1979); and Ubu Rex in Krzysztof Penderecki's opera of the same name (1991).

Tear has sung memorable performances of leading roles, parts as diverse as Rakewell in Stravinsky's The Rake's Progress; the title role in Peter Grimes; Aschenbach in Death in Venice; Captain Vere in Billy Budd; Lensky in Yevgeny Onegin; Jack in Tippett's Midsummer Marriage; and Paris in the same composer's King Priam; the eponymous hero in Handel's Samson; and (on record) Sali in Delius' A Village Romeo and Juliet. Character roles have encompassed Wagner (Loge, Froh, and David), Mozart (Don Basilio in Le nozze di Figaro and Monostatos in Die Zauberflöte), Strauss' Herod, Emperor Altoum in Turandot, Shuisky in Mussorgsky's Boris Godunov (a singularly cunning and treacherous portrayal) and the Director in Lucio Berio's Un re in ascolto. Tear has continued to include both Captain Vere and Don Basilio in his twenty-first-century repertory.

In the concert realm, Tear has performed live and recorded his distinguished reading of the tenor part in Britten's War Requiem. He has embraced works as early as those of Monteverdi to compositions of the late twentieth century, such as Tippett's Mask of Time. His performances of music by J.S. Bach and his Handel singing have been liberally praised, and many samples of both have been recorded. In earlier years, he included Beethoven's Missa Solemnis in his active repertory.

Robert Tear's discography is extensive. Among his outstanding recordings are Delius' Mass of Life, a solo disc of Tchaikovsky songs, Bach's St. John Passion (sung in English and conducted by Benjamin Britten), Tippett's Knot Garden and the Britten church parables.

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Biography

Born: March 8, 1939; Barry, South Wales  
While too much versatility can sometimes be a curse in forging a singing identity, Welsh tenor Robert Tear established a significant career by being able to master numerous areas of the tenor repertory. A similarity in vocal quality to Benjamin Britten's companion and singer of choice, Peter Pears, permitted Tear to perform the same works with authenticity and he worked often with the composer during Britten's later years. In fact, in two of Read more
WORKS ALBUMS
TITLE/COMPOSER
LABEL
Kyrie Eleison
Christe Eleison
Kyrie Eleison
Gloria in Excelsis Deo
Laudamus Te
Gratias
Domine Deus
Qui Tollis
Quoniam
Cum Sancto Spiriti
Credo in unum Deum
Et incarnatus est
Crucifixus
Et resurrexit
Sanctus
Benedictus
Agnus Dei
Dona nobis pacem
Kyrie
Gloria
Credo
Sanctus
Benedictus
Agnus Dei
War Requiem, Op.66, I. Requiem aeternam: Requiem aeternam dona eis Domine
War Requiem, Op.66, I. Requiem aeternam: What passing-bells for these who die as cattle?
War Requiem, Op.66, I. Requiem aeternam: Kyrie eleison
War Requiem, Op.66, II. Dies irae: Dies irae, dies illa
War Requiem, Op.66, II. Dies irae: Bugles sang, saddening the evening air
War Requiem, Op.66, II. Dies irae: Liber scriptus proferetur
War Requiem, Op.66, II. Dies irae: Out there, we've walked quite friendly up to Death
War Requiem, Op.66, II. Dies irae: Recordare Jesu pie
War Requiem, Op.66, II. Dies irae: Be slowly lifted up, thou long black arm
War Requiem, Op.66, II. Dies irae: Dies irae, dies illa
War Requiem, Op.66, II. Dies irae: Lacrimosa dies illa
War Requiem, Op.66, II. Dies irae: Move him into the sun...Pie Jesu
War Requiem, Op.66, III. Offertorium: Domine Jesu Christe
War Requiem, Op.66, III. Offertorium: So Abram rose, and clave the wood, and went
War Requiem, Op.66, IV. Sanctus: Sanctus, sanctus, sanctus
War Requiem, Op.66, IV. Sanctus: Benedictus qui venit in nomine Domini
War Requiem, Op.66, IV. Sanctus: After the blast of lightning from the East
War Requiem, Op.66: V. Agnus Dei
War Requiem, Op.66, VI. Libera me: Libera me, Domine, de morte aeterna
War Requiem, Op.66, VI. Libera me: It seemed that out of battle I escaped
War Requiem, Op.66, VI. Libera me: Let us sleep now...In paradisum
A Spring Symphony Op. 44: Introduction: Shine out (Anon. 16th century)
A Spring Symphony Op. 44: The merry Cuckoo (E Spencer)
A Spring Symphony Op. 44: Spring, the sweet Spring (T Nashe)
A Spring Symphony Op. 44: The Driving Boy (G Peele and J Clare)
A Spring Symphony Op. 44: The Morning Star (J Milton)
A Spring Symphony Op. 44: Welcome, Maids of Honour (R Herrick)
A Spring Symphony Op. 44: Waters above! (H Vaughan)
A Spring Symphony Op. 44: Out of the lawn lie in bad (W H Auden)
A Spring Symphony Op. 44: When will my May come (Barnefield)
A Spring Symphony Op. 44: Fair and Fair (G Peele)
A Spring Symphony Op. 44: Sound the flute! (W Blake)
A Spring Symphony Op. 44: Finale: London, to thee I do present (J Beaumont, J Fletcher & anon. 13th century)
The Little Sweep Op. 45 (1995 Digital Remaster), Scene One: A January Morning: I. The Sweep's Song: "Sweep! Sweep!" (Audience Song I - Audience/Clem/Black Bob)
The Little Sweep Op. 45 (1995 Digital Remaster), Scene One: A January Morning: II. Quartet: "Sweep this chimney!" (Miss Baggott/Rowan/Clem/Black Bob)
The Little Sweep Op. 45 (1995 Digital Remaster), Scene One: A January Morning: III. Duet: "Now, little white boy!" (Clem/Black Bob)
The Little Sweep Op. 45 (1995 Digital Remaster), Scene One: A January Morning: IIIa Hide and Seek: "Juliet! Juliet!" (Children)
The Little Sweep Op. 45 (1995 Digital Remaster), Scene One: A January Morning: IV. Shanty: "Pull the rope gently" (Children)
The Little Sweep Op. 45 (1995 Digital Remaster), Scene One: A January Morning: V. Ensemble: "Is he wounded?" (Sam/Children)
The Little Sweep Op. 45 (1995 Digital Remaster), Scene One: A January Morning: VI. Marching Song: "Sooty tracks upon the sheet" (Children/Miss Baggott/Black Bob/Clem)
The Little Sweep Op. 45 (1995 Digital Remaster), Scene One: A January Morning: VII. Trio: "Sam! Sam!" (Black Bob/Clem/Miss Baggott)
The Little Sweep Op. 45 (1995 Digital Remaster), Scene One: A January Morning: VIII. Aria: "Run, poor sweepboy" (Rowan/Children)
The Little Sweep Op. 45 (1995 Digital Remaster), Scene One: A January Morning: IX. Sammy's Bath: "The kettles are singing" (Audience Song II - Audience/Rowan/Sam)
The Little Sweep Op. 45 (1995 Digital Remaster), Scene Two: Later: X. Ensemble: "O why do you weep" (Rowan/Sam/Children)
The Little Sweep Op. 45 (1995 Digital Remaster), Scene Two: Later: XI. Pantomine and .....
The Little Sweep Op. 45 (1995 Digital Remaster), Scene Two: Later: XII. ..... Scena: "Ah! ..... Blackguards!" (Miss Baggott)
The Little Sweep Op. 45 (1995 Digital Remaster), Scene Two: Later: XIII. Finale: "Help! Help! She's collapsed!" (Miss Baggott/Rowan/Children)
The Little Sweep Op. 45 (1995 Digital Remaster), Scene Two: Later: XIV. The Night Song: "The owk, wide-winging" (Audience Song III - Audience)
The Little Sweep Op. 45 (1995 Digital Remaster), Scene Three: The Next Morning: XV. Aria: "Soon the coach will carry you away" (Juliet)
The Little Sweep Op. 45 (1995 Digital Remaster), Scene Three: The Next Morning: XVI. Ensemble: "Morning, Sammy" (Children/Sammy)
The Little Sweep Op. 45 (1995 Digital Remaster), Scene Three: The Next Morning: XVII. Trio and Ensemble: "Ready, Alfred?" (Tom/Alfred/Miss Baggott/Rowan/Children)
The Little Sweep Op. 45 (1995 Digital Remaster), Scene Three: The Next Morning: XVIII. Finale: Coaching Song: "The horses are champing" (Audience Song IV - Omnes/Audience)
Ballad of Heroes, Op.14: 1. Funeral March -
Ballad of Heroes, Op.14: 2. Scherzo (Dance of Death)
Ballad of Heroes, Op.14: 3. Recitative and Choral - Epilogue (Funeral March)
Praise We Great Men (1976): 'Praise we great men' -
Praise We Great Men (1976): 'Praise we the just'
Praise We Great Men (1976): [Coda]
Manon Lescaut (1993 - Remaster), Act I: Ave, sera gentile (Edmondo/Coro/Des Grieux)
Manon Lescaut (1993 - Remaster), Act I: Tra voi, belle, brune e bionde (Des Grieux/Coro)
Manon Lescaut (1993 - Remaster), Act I: Ma bravo! (Edmondo/Coro)
Manon Lescaut (1993 - Remaster), Act I: Discendono, vediam! (Coro/Edmondo/Lescaut/L'Oste/Des Grieux/Geronte)
Manon Lescaut (1993 - Remaster), Act I: Cortese damigella, il priego mio accettate (Des Grieux/Manon/Lescaut)
Manon Lescaut (1993 - Remaster), Act I: Donna non vidi mai (Des Grieux)
Manon Lescaut (1993 - Remaster), Act I: La tua ventura ci rassicura (Edmondo/Coro/Geronte/Lescaut/L'Oste)
Manon Lescaut (1993 - Remaster), Act I: La tua Propsperina di resisteri (Edmondo/Des Grieux)
Manon Lescaut (1993 - Remaster), Act I: Vedete? Io son fedele alla parola mia (Manon/Des Grieux/Lescaut)
Manon Lescaut (1993 - Remaster), Act I: Un libertino audace (Des Grieux/Manon/Edmondo/Geronte/L'Oste/Lescaut)
Manon Lescaut (1993 - Remaster), Act I: Cavalli pronti avete? (Lescaut/Geronte/Edmondo/Coro)
Manon Lescaut (1993 - Remaster), Act II: Dispettosetto questo riccio! (Manon/Lescaut)
Manon Lescaut (1993 - Remaster), Act II: Sei splendida e lucente! (Lescaut/Manon)
Manon Lescaut (1993 - Remaster), Act II: In quelle trine morbide (Manon)
Manon Lescaut (1993 - Remaster), Act II: Poichè tu vuoi saper (Lescaut/Manon)
Manon Lescaut (1993 - Remaster), Act II: Che ceffi son costor? (Lescaut/Manon/Un Musico/Coro)
Manon Lescaut (1993 - Remaster), Act II: Paga costor! (Manon/Lescaut)
Manon Lescaut (1993 - Remaster), Act II: Vi prego, signorina (Il Maestro di Ballo/Geronte/Manon/Coro)
Manon Lescaut (1993 - Remaster), Act II: Oh, sarò la più bella! (Manon/Des Grieux)
Manon Lescaut (1993 - Remaster), Act II: Ah! ... Affè madamigella (Manon/Geronte/Des Grieux)
Manon Lescaut (1993 - Remaster), Act II: Ah! Manon, mi tradisce (Des Grieux/Manon)
Manon Lescaut (1993 - Remaster), Act II: Lescaut! ... Tu qui? (Des Grieux/Manon/Lescaut/Un Sergente)
Manon Lescaut (1993 Digital Remaster), Act II: Intermezzo
Manon Lescaut (1993 - Remaster), Act III: Ansia, eterna, crudel (Des Grieux/Lescaut)
Manon Lescaut (1993 - Remaster), Act III: Manon! ... Des Grieux! (Des Grieux/Manon/Un Lampionaio)
Manon Lescaut (1993 - Remaster), Act III: All'armi! All'armi! (Coro/Lescaut/Des Grieux/Manon)
Manon Lescaut (1993 - Remaster), Act III: Il passo m'aprite (Sergente/Comandante/Coro)
Manon Lescaut (1993 - Remaster), Act III: Rosetta! (Sergente/Coro/Lescaut/Manon/Des Grieux)
Manon Lescaut (1993 - Remaster), Act III: Presto il fila! Marciate! (Sergente/Des Grieux/Coro/Comandante)
Manon Lescaut (1993 - Remaster), Act III: Ah! non v'avvicinate! ... Come io piango ed imploro (Des Grieux/Comandante)
Manon Lescaut (1993 - Remaster), Act IV: Tutta su me ti posa (Des Grieux/Manon)
Manon Lescaut (1993 - Remaster), Act IV: Manon, senti, amor mio! ... Vedi, son io che piango (Des Grieux/Manon)
Manon Lescaut (1993 - Remaster), Act IV: E nulla! Nulla! (Des Grieux/Manon)
Manon Lescaut (1993 - Remaster), Act IV: Sola, perduta, abbandonata (Manon/Des Grieux)
Te Deum (2008 Digital Remaster): Te Deum laudamus (choir/solo quartet)
Te Deum (2008 - Remaster): Te ergo quaesumus (solo quartet)
Te Deum (2008 - Remaster): Aeterna fac cum sanctis tuis (solo quartet/choir)
Te Deum (2008 - Remaster): Salvum fac populum tuum (solo quartet/choir)
Te Deum (2008 - Remaster): In te, Domine, speravi (choir/solo quartet)
Part I: Waldmachen (Forest Legend)
Part II: Der Spielmann (The Minstrel)
Part III: Hochzeitsstuck (Wedding Piece)
I. Prologue -
I. Prologue [figure 2]
II. The Knight
III. The Squire
IV. The Nun
V. The Monk
VI. The Clerk of Oxenford
VII. The Haberdasher and his Fraternity. The Merchant
Te Deum (2000 - Remaster): Te Deum laudamus (choir/solo quartet)
Te Deum (2000 - Remaster): Te ergo quaesumus (solo quartet)
Te Deum (2000 - Remaster): Aeterna fac cum sanctis tuis (solo quartet/choir)
Te Deum (2000 - Remaster): Salvum fac populum tuum (solo quartet/choir)
Te Deum (2000 - Remaster): In te, Domine, speravi (choir/solo quartet)
A Village Romeo and Juliet - Music drama in six scenes from Gottfried Keller's novel, Scene I. September. A piece of land on a hill: (Allegro ma non troppo, con vigore) - Straight on, my plough, straight on! (orchestra, Manz)
A Village Romeo and Juliet - Music drama in six scenes from Gottfried Keller's novel, Scene I. September. A piece of land on a hill: 'Tis such a shame to let good land lie waste (Marti, Manz)
A Village Romeo and Juliet - Music drama in six scenes from Gottfried Keller's novel, Scene I. September. A piece of land on a hill: Come, Vrenchen, come! (Sali, Vrenchen)
A Village Romeo and Juliet - Music drama in six scenes from Gottfried Keller's novel, Scene I. September. A piece of land on a hill: The children are nearby (Marti, Manz)
A Village Romeo and Juliet - Music drama in six scenes from Gottfried Keller's novel, Scene I. September. A piece of land on a hill: How strange the song of the wind (Vrenchen, The Dark Fiddler, Sali, Marti, Manz)
A Village Romeo and Juliet - Music drama in six scenes from Gottfried Keller's novel, Scene I. September. A piece of land on a hill: Listen, my children, you need have no fear! (The Dark Fiddler)
A Village Romeo and Juliet - Music drama in six scenes from Gottfried Keller's novel, Scene I. September. A piece of land on a hill: (Sehr langsam) - We two will be the only bidders for that land (Marti, Manz)
A Village Romeo and Juliet - Music drama in six scenes from Gottfried Keller's novel, Scene II. Six years later. Outside Marti's house: (Lento) (orchestra)
A Village Romeo and Juliet - Music drama in six scenes from Gottfried Keller's novel, Scene II. Six years later. Outside Marti's house: Vrenchen!...Sali! (Sali, Vrenchen)
A Village Romeo and Juliet - Music drama in six scenes from Gottfried Keller's novel, Scene II. Six years later. Outside Marti's house: If only we two always stand together (Sali, Vrenchen)
A Village Romeo and Juliet - Music drama in six scenes from Gottfried Keller's novel, Scene III. The Wildland: (Poco meno) (orchestra)
A Village Romeo and Juliet - Music drama in six scenes from Gottfried Keller's novel, Scene III. The Wildland: (Tranquillo) - Sali!...Vrenchen! (orchestra, Vrenchen, Sali)
A Village Romeo and Juliet - Music drama in six scenes from Gottfried Keller's novel, Scene III. The Wildland: You here? I'm not surprised (The Dark Fiddler)
A Village Romeo and Juliet - Music drama in six scenes from Gottfried Keller's novel, Scene III. The Wildland: O Sali, I'm afraid! (Vrenchen, Sali)
A Village Romeo and Juliet - Music drama in six scenes from Gottfried Keller's novel, Scene III. The Wildland: (Molto lento) - Shameless hussy! (orchestra, Marti, Sali, Vrenchen)
A Village Romeo and Juliet - Music drama in six scenes from Gottfried Keller's novel, Scene IV. Interior of Marti's house: (Lento molto) (orchestra)
A Village Romeo and Juliet - Music drama in six scenes from Gottfried Keller's novel, Scene IV. Interior of Marti's house: Ah, the darkness has come (Vrenchen, Sali)
A Village Romeo and Juliet - Music drama in six scenes from Gottfried Keller's novel, Scene IV. Interior of Marti's house: O Sali, I should have died (Vrenchen, Sali)
A Village Romeo and Juliet - Music drama in six scenes from Gottfried Keller's novel, Scene IV. Interior of Marti's house: What will you do? Where will you go? (Sali, Vrenchen)
A Village Romeo and Juliet - Music drama in six scenes from Gottfried Keller's novel, Scene IV. Interior of Marti's house: The Dream of Sali and Vrenchen (orchestra, chorus)
A Village Romeo and Juliet - Music drama in six scenes from Gottfried Keller's novel, Scene IV. Interior of Marti's house: (Lento) (orchestra)
A Village Romeo and Juliet - Music drama in six scenes from Gottfried Keller's novel, Scene IV. Interior of Marti's house: Ah, 'twas all a dream! (Vrenchen, Sali, Peasants)
A Village Romeo and Juliet - Music drama in six scenes from Gottfried Keller's novel, Scene V. The Fair: (Con moto) (orchestra, fairground women & men, chorus, Peasants)
A Village Romeo and Juliet - Music drama in six scenes from Gottfried Keller's novel, Scene V. The Fair: Oh, Sali, look at those lovely, lovely things! (Vrenchen, Sali, fairground women & men, Peasants)
A Village Romeo and Juliet - Music drama in six scenes from Gottfried Keller's novel, Scene V. The Fair: Well well! What do I see? (First Woman & Man, Vrenchen, Sali, Second Man & Woman, Peasants, fairground women & man, chorus)
A Village Romeo and Juliet - Music drama in six scenes from Gottfried Keller's novel, Scene V. The Fair: Come, my Vrenchen! (Sali, Vrenchen, chorus)
A Village Romeo and Juliet - Music drama in six scenes from Gottfried Keller's novel, Scene V. The Fair: The Walk to the Paradise Garden (orchestra)
A Village Romeo and Juliet - Music drama in six scenes from Gottfried Keller's novel, Scene VI. The Paradise Garden: Dance and song, all day long! (Vagabonds)
A Village Romeo and Juliet - Music drama in six scenes from Gottfried Keller's novel, Scene VI. The Paradise Garden: (Lento) (orchestra)
A Village Romeo and Juliet - Music drama in six scenes from Gottfried Keller's novel, Scene VI. The Paradise Garden: So I must tell you (The Dark Fiddler)
A Village Romeo and Juliet - Music drama in six scenes from Gottfried Keller's novel, Scene VI. The Paradise Garden: The twilight closes round the garden (Sali, Vrenchen, The Dark Fiddler)
A Village Romeo and Juliet - Music drama in six scenes from Gottfried Keller's novel, Scene VI. The Paradise Garden: (Moderato) - Vagabonds and comrades! (orchestra, Vagabonds, Vrenchen, Sali, The Dark Fiddler)
A Village Romeo and Juliet - Music drama in six scenes from Gottfried Keller's novel, Scene VI. The Paradise Garden: Come with us...live in freedom! (Vagabonds, Vrenchen, The Dark Fiddler, Sali)
A Village Romeo and Juliet - Music drama in six scenes from Gottfried Keller's novel, Scene VI. The Paradise Garden: Halleo! halleo! (First & Second Bargees, Vrenchen, Sali)
A Village Romeo and Juliet - Music drama in six scenes from Gottfried Keller's novel, Scene VI. The Paradise Garden: Passing strangers, drifting by (Sali, Vrenchen)
A Village Romeo and Juliet - Music drama in six scenes from Gottfried Keller's novel, Scene VI. The Paradise Garden: See, the silver moonlight kisses the woods (Sali, Vrenchen)
A Village Romeo and Juliet - Music drama in six scenes from Gottfried Keller's novel, Scene VI. The Paradise Garden: See, our marriage bed awaits us! (Sali, Vagabonds, Vrenchen, First & Third Bargees)
Frederick Delius: An Illustrated Talk by Eric Fenby: 'It is strange that as the years go by...' - Florida Suite (III)/Beecham -
Frederick Delius: An Illustrated Talk by Eric Fenby: 'Though Delius had by this time...' - A Mass of Life/Groves -
Frederick Delius: An Illustrated Talk by Eric Fenby: 'I never hear that music...' - Paris/Groves -
Frederick Delius: An Illustrated Talk by Eric Fenby: 'The peak of this complicated type of writing...' - Florida Suite (III)/Beecham -
Frederick Delius: An Illustrated Talk by Eric Fenby: 'I must confess...' - Appalachia/Barbirolli -
Frederick Delius: An Illustrated Talk by Eric Fenby: 'Surely one can feel there...' - In a Summer Garden/Barbirolli -
Frederick Delius: An Illustrated Talk by Eric Fenby: 'It has been said that Delius is a mood...' - Cello Concerto/du Pré, Sargent -
Frederick Delius: An Illustrated Talk by Eric Fenby: 'Delius was certainly the least professional...[demonstrates dictation process at piano]' - Cynara/Shirley-Quirk, Groves -
Frederick Delius: An Illustrated Talk by Eric Fenby: 'When Delius died in 1934...' - An Arabesque/Shirley-Quirk, Groves
Prologue
Pastoral - The Day's Grown Old
Nocturne - The Splendour Falls On Castle Walls
Elegy - O Rose, Thou Art Sick
Dirge - This Ae Nighte
Hymn - Queen And Huntress Chaste And Fair
Sonnet - O Soft Embalmer Of The Still Midnight
Epilogue
Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk (2002 Digital Remaster), Act 1, Erster Akt, Premier Acte, Scene 1, Erster Szene, Première Scène: Akh, Nye Spitsa Ból'she, Popróbuyu (Katerina)
Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk (2002 Digital Remaster), Act 1, Erster Akt, Premier Acte, Scene 1, Erster Szene, Première Scène: V dyévkakh lúchshe býlo (Katerina)
Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk (2002 Digital Remaster), Act 1, Erster Akt, Premier Acte, Scene 1, Erster Szene, Première Scène: Gribki sevódnya búdut? (Boris, Katerina)
Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk (2002 Digital Remaster), Act 1, Erster Akt, Premier Acte, Scene 1, Erster Szene, Première Scène: Prigotóv otrávu dlya krys (Boris, Katerina)
Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk (2002 Digital Remaster), Act 1, Erster Akt, Premier Acte, Scene 1, Erster Szene, Première Scène: Govorl! ...Plotinu-to na...(Zinoviy, Mill-hand,Boris, Chorus, Sergey,Coachman, Aksinya)
Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk (2002 Digital Remaster), Act 1, Erster Akt, Premier Acte, Scene 1, Erster Szene, Première Scène: Proshcháy, Katerina (Zinoviy, Boris, Katerina)
Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk (2002 Digital Remaster), Act 1, Erster Akt, Premier Acte, Scene 1, Erster Szene, Première Scène: Chevó vstal? Chevó ostanovilsa? (Aksinya, Boris)
Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk (2002 Digital Remaster), Act 1, Erster Akt, Premier Acte, Scene 1, Erster Szene, Première Scène: Interlude (Orchestra)
Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk (2002 Digital Remaster), Act 1, Erster Akt, Premier Acte, Scene 2, Zweite Szene, Deuxième Scène: Ay! Ay! Ay! (Aksinya, Shabby peasant, Porter, Chorus, Steward, Sergey)
Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk (2002 Digital Remaster), Act 1, Erster Akt, Premier Acte, Scene 2, Zweite Szene, Deuxième Scène: Bárynya!...Ay...Shto s tobóyu? (Shabby peasant, Aksinya, Katerina, Sergey)
Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk (2002 Digital Remaster), Act 1, Erster Akt, Premier Acte, Scene 2, Zweite Szene, Deuxième Scène: A nu-s, pozvól'te rúku-s (Sergey, Katerina, Shabby peasant, Boris)
Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk (2002 Digital Remaster), Act 1, Erster Akt, Premier Acte, Scene 2, Zweite Szene, Deuxième Scène: Interlude (Orchestra)
Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk (2002 Digital Remaster), Act 1, Erster Akt, Premier Acte, Scene 3, Dritte Szene, Troisième Scène: Spat' porá. Dyen proshól (Katerina, Boris)
Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk (2002 Digital Remaster), Act 1, Erster Akt, Premier Acte, Scene 3, Dritte Szene, Troisième Scène: Zherebyónok k kobýlke torópitsa (Katerina)
Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk (2002 Digital Remaster), Act 1, Erster Akt, Premier Acte, Scene 3, Dritte Szene, Troisième Scène: Kto éto, kto, kto stuchit? (Katerina, Sergey)
Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk (2002 Digital Remaster), Act 1, Erster Akt, Premier Acte, Scene 3, Dritte Szene, Troisième Scène: Ya poydù...Proshcháy (Sergey, Katerina, Boris)
Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk (2002 Digital Remaster), Act 2, Zweiter Akt, Deucième Acte, Scene 4, Vierte Szene, Quatrième Scène: Shto znáchit stárost' (Boris)
Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk (2002 Digital Remaster), Act 2, Zweiter Akt, Deucième Acte, Scene 4, Vierte Szene, Quatrième Scène: Pod óknami u chuzhikh (Boris)
Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk (2002 Digital Remaster), Act 2, Zweiter Akt, Deucième Acte, Scene 4, Vierte Szene, Quatrième Scène: Proshcháy, Kátya, proscháay! (Sergey,Boris,Katerina,Chorus,Shabby peasant, Porter)
Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk (2002 Digital Remaster), Act 2, Zweiter Akt, Deucième Acte, Scene 4, Vierte Szene, Quatrième Scène: Ustál!....Prikázhete mnye postegát'? (Boris, Porter, Katerina)
Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk (2002 Digital Remaster), Act 2, Zweiter Akt, Deucième Acte, Scene 4, Vierte Szene, Quatrième Scène: V kladovúyu Sergéya záperli (Boris, Porter, Katerina)
Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk (2002 Digital Remaster), Act 2, Zweiter Akt, Deucième Acte, Scene 4, Vierte Szene, Quatrième Scène: Vidno, skóro uzh zaryá (Chorus, Boris, Foremen, Priest)
Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk (2002 Digital Remaster), Act 2, Zweiter Akt, Deucième Acte, Scene 4, Vierte Szene, Quatrième Scène: Bátya, ispovyédatsa (Boris, Priest, Foremen)
Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk (2002 Digital Remaster), Act 2, Zweiter Akt, Deucième Acte, Scene 4, Vierte Szene, Quatrième Scène: Akh, Boris Timoféyevich (Katerina, Priest)
Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk (2002 Digital Remaster), Act 2, Zweiter Akt, Deucième Acte, Scene 4, Vierte Szene, Quatrième Scène: Interlude (Orchestra)
Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk (2002 Digital Remaster), Act 4, Vieter Akt, Quatrième Acte, Scene 9, Neunte Szene, Neuvième Scène: Znáesh li, Sonyétka (Sergey, Sonyetka)
Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk (2002 Digital Remaster), Act 4, Vieter Akt, Quatrième Acte, Scene 9, Neunte Szene, Neuvième Scène: Vstaváy! Po mestám! Zh'vo (Officer, Chorus, Old convict)
Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk (2002 Digital Remaster), Act 4, Vieter Akt, Quatrième Acte, Scene 9, Neunte Szene, Neuvième Scène: Akh!...Bózhe moy! Shto takóe? (Sonyetka, Chorus, Officer, Old convict)
Overture
"Ah, ah che ridere!"
"Nacqui all'aria trionfale"
"Dove mai trovai quel ciglio?"
"Che accidenti!"
Overture
"Cinque... deci... venti..." - "Cosa stai misurando"
"Se a caso Madama" - "Or bene, ascolta, e taci"
"Se vuol ballare" - "Ed aspettaste il giorno"
"La vendetta" - "Tutto ancor non ho perso"
"Via resti servita" - "Va là, vecchia pedante"
"Non so più cosa son, cosa faccio"
"Ah, son perduto!"
"Cosa sento! tosto andate" - "Basilio, in traccia tosto"
"Giovani liete" - "Cos'è questa commedia?" - "Giovani liete" - "Evviva!"
"Non più andrai"
"Porgi amor"
"Vieni, cara Susanna" - "Quanto duolmi, Susanna"
"Voi che sapete" - "Bravo! che bella voce!"
"Venite... inginocchiatevi..."
"Quante buffonerie!" - "Che novità!"
"Susanna, or via, sortite" - "Dunque, voi non aprite"
"Aprite, presto" - "O guarda il demonietto!" - "Tutto è come io lasciai"
"Esci, ormai, garzon malnato" - "Susanna!... Signore!"
"Signore, di fuori" - "Ah! signore... signor!"
"Voi signor, che giusto siete"
"Che imbarazzo è mai questo" - "Via, fatti core"
"Crudel! perché finora" - "E perché fosti meco"
"Hai già vinta la causa" - "Vedrò mentr'io sospiro"
"Andiamo, andiam, bel paggio"
"E Susanna non vien!...Dove sono"
"E decisa la lite"
"Riconosci in questo amplesso" - "Eccovi, o" - "Io vi dico"
"Cosa mi narri!" - "Che soave zefiretto" - "Piegato è il foglio"
"Ricevete, o padroncina" - "Queste sono, Madama"
"Ecco la marcia... andiamo." - "Amanti costanti"
Fandango - "Eh già, solita usanza"
"L'ho perduta... me meschina!"
"Barbarina, cos'hai?" - "Madre... Figlio." - "Presto, avvertiam Susanna"
"Il capro e la capretta"
"Nel padiglione a manca"
"In quegli anni in cui val poco"
"Tutto è disposto" - "Aprite un po' quegli occhi"
"Signora, ella mi disse"
"Giunse alfin il momento" - "Deh vieni non tardar"
"Perfida! e in quella forma meco mentia?"
"Pian pianin le andrò più presso"
"Tutto è tranquillo e placido" - "Pace, pace mio dolce tesoro"
"Gente, gente, all'armi"
Ouvertüre
"Hier soll ich dich denn sehen" [Die Entführung aus dem Serail, K.384 / Act 1]
"Aber wie soll ich in den Palast kommen?"
"Wer ein Liebchen hat gefunden" - "Verwünscht seist du samt deinem Liede!"
"Allah sei Dank!"
"Solche hergelaufne Laffen" - "Was bist du nur für ein Mensch!" - "Erst geköpft, dann gehangen"
"Geh nur, verwünschter Aufpasser"
"Konstanze, dich wiederzusehen" - "O wie ängstlich, o wie feurig"
"Singt dem großen Bassa Lieder"
"Immer noch traurig, geliebte Konstanze?"
"Ach ich liebte, war so glücklich"
"Undankbare!" - "Ihr Schmerz, ihr Tränen"
"Marsch! Trollt euch fort!"
"Durch Zärtlichkeit und Schmeicheln"
"Ei seht doch mal"
"Ich gehe, doch rate ich dir"
"Welcher Kummer herrscht in meiner Seele"
"Traurigkeit ward mir zum Lose"
"Nun, Konstanze, hast du dich entschieden?"
Introduktion - "Martern aller Arten" - "Doch du bist entschlossen"
"Kein Bassa, keine Konstanze mehr da?"
"Welche Wonne, welche Lust"
"Ah, daß es schon vorbei wäre!"
"Frisch zum Kampfe"
"Ha! Geht's hier so lustig zu?"
"Vivat Bacchus! Bacchus lebe!"
"Hör, Alter, trink nicht zu viel"
"Wenn der Freude Tränen fließen"
"Ach Belmonte! Ach, mein Leben!"
"Wenn unsrer Ehre wegen"
"Ich baue ganz auf deine Stärke"
"Alles liegt auf dem Ohr"
"In Mohrenland gefangen war"
"Endlich, sie macht auf, Herr"
"Ha, wie will ich triumphieren"
"Was ist das für ein Lärm?"
"Welch ein Geschick!"
"Meinetwegen willst du sterben!"
"Nun, Belmonte Lostados!"
"Nie werd' ich deine Huld verkennen" - "Bassa Selim lebe lange"
Overture
"Zu Hilfe! Zu Hilfe!" - Dialog "Wo bin ich?"
"Der Vogelfänger bin ich ja"
Dialog "He da!"
"Dies Bildnis ist bezaubernd schön"
Dialog "Rüste dich mit Mut und Standhaftigkeit"
"O zittre nicht" - Dialog "Betäuben mich meine Sinne?"
"Hm! hm! hm! hm!"
Dialog "Haha... Pst... Was soll denn das Lachen?"
"Du feines Täubchen, nur herein"
Dialog "Mutter! Mutter!... Bin ich nicht ein Narr"
"Bei Männern, welche Liebe fühlen"
"Zum Ziele führt dich diese Bahn"
"Die Weisheitslehre dieser Knaben"
"Wo willst du kühner Fremdling hin?"
"Wie stark ist nicht dein Zauberton"
"Schnelle Füße, rascher Mut"
"Es lebe Sarastro! Sarastro lebe!"
"Herr, ich bin zwar Verbrecherin"
"Wenn Tugend und Gerechtigkeit"
Marsch der Priester
Dialog "Ihr, eingeweihte Diener" - Der dreimalige Akkord: Dialog "Sarastro dankt euch"
"O Isis und Osiris"
Dialog "Papageno! Wo denkst du, daß wir uns befinden?"
"Bewahret euch vor Weibertücken" - Dialog "He, Lichter her!"
"Wie? Wie? Wie?"
Dialog "Heil dir, Jüngling"
"Alles fühlt der Liebe Freuden"
Dialog "Zurück!"
"Der Hölle Rache kocht in meinem Herzen"
Dialog "Morden soll ich?"
"In diesen heil'gen Hallen"
Dialog "Hier seid ihr euch beide allein überlassen"
"Seid uns zum zweiten Mal willkommen"
Dialog "Tamino, wollen wir nicht speisen?"
"Ach, ich fühl's"
Dialog "Nicht wahr, Tamino"
"O Isis und Osiris, welche Wonne!"
Dialog "Prinz, dein Betragen"
"Soll ich dich, Teurer, nicht mehr sehn?"
Dialog "Tamino! Willst du mich denn"
"Ein Mädchen oder Weibchen"
Dialog "Da bin ich schon, mein Engel"
"Bald prangt, den Morgen zu verkünden"
"Der, welcher wandelt diese Straße voll Beschwerden"
"Wir wandelten durch Feuersgluten"
"Papagena! Papagena!"
"Nur stille, stille" - "Die Strahlen der Sonne"
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 1: Overture
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 1: `t was at the royal feast
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 1: Happy pair!
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 1: Timotheus, plac`d on high
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 1: The song began from Jove
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 1: The list`ning crowd
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 1: With ravish`d ears
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 1: The praise of Bacchus
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 1: Bacchus, ever fair and young
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 1: Sooth`d with the sound
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 1: He chose a mournful Muse
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 1: He sung Darius, great and good
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 1: With downcast looks
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 1: Behold Darius great and good
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 1: The mighty master, mild smil`d to see
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 1: Softly sweet in Lydian measures
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 1: War, he sung, is toil and trouble
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 1: The many rend the skies
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 1: The prince, unable to conceal
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 1: The many rend the skies Part II
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 2: Now strike the golden Lyre again
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 2: Revenge Timotheus cries
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 2: Give this vengeance due
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 2: The princes applaud
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 2: Thais led the way
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 2: Thus, long ago
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 2: Let old Timotheus yield the prize
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 2: Let old Timotheus Yield the prize
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 2: Your voices tune
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 2: Let`s imitate her notes above
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 2: Your voices tune and raise
Part I: Jesu Maria - O Lord into Thy hands
Part I: Proficiscere, anima Christiana - through the same, through Christ our Lord
Part II: I went to sleep - and Heaven begun
Part II: But hark, upon my sense comes a fierce hubbub - In all His ways!
Part II: Thy judgement now is near - Amen
Ballad of Heroes, Op.14: 1. Funeral March -
Ballad of Heroes, Op.14: 2. Scherzo (Dance of Death)
Ballad of Heroes, Op.14: 3. Recitative and Choral - Epilogue (Funeral March)
Praise We Great Men (1976): 'Praise we great men' -
Praise We Great Men (1976): 'Praise we the just'
Praise We Great Men (1976): [Coda]
Grande messe des morts (Requiem) Op.5: Requiem and Kyrie
Grande messe des morts (Requiem) Op.5: Dies irae
Grande messe des morts (Requiem) Op.5: Quid sum miser
Grande messe des morts (Requiem) Op.5: Rex tremendae
Grande messe des morts (Requiem) Op.5: Quaerens me
Grande messe des morts (Requiem) Op.5: Lacrymosa
Grande messe des morts (Requiem) Op.5: Offertorium
Grande messe des morts (Requiem) Op.5: Hostias
Grande messe des morts (Requiem) Op.5: Sanctus
Dixit Dominus (Psalm 109) (1988 Digital Remaster): I. Dixit Dominus
Dixit Dominus (Psalm 109) (1988 Digital Remaster): II. Virgam virtutis
Dixit Dominus (Psalm 109) (1988 Digital Remaster): III. Tecum principium
Dixit Dominus (Psalm 109) (1988 Digital Remaster): IV. Juravit Dominus
Dixit Dominus (Psalm 109) (1988 Digital Remaster): V. Secundum ordinem Melchisedech
Dixit Dominus (Psalm 109) (1988 Digital Remaster): VI. Dominus a dextris tuis
Dixit Dominus (Psalm 109) (1988 Digital Remaster): VII. De torrento in via
Dixit Dominus (Psalm 109) (1988 Digital Remaster): VIII. Gloria
Christmas Oratorio, BWV 248 (1996 Digital Remaster), Canata 1: Jauchzet, frohlocket!
Christmas Oratorio, BWV 248 (1996 Digital Remaster), Canata 1: Es begab sich aber zu der Zeit
Christmas Oratorio, BWV 248 (1996 Digital Remaster), Canata 1: Nun wird mein liebster Bräutigam
Christmas Oratorio BWV248 (1996 Digital Remaster), CANTATA 1: Bereite dich, Zion
Christmas Oratorio, BWV 248 (1996 Digital Remaster), Canata 1: Wie soll ich dich empfangen
Christmas Oratorio, BWV 248 (1996 Digital Remaster), Canata 1: Und sie gebar ihren ersten Sohn
Christmas Oratorio, BWV 248 (1996 Digital Remaster), Canata 1: Er ist auf Erden kommen arm
Christmas Oratorio BWV248 (1996 Digital Remaster), CANTATA 1: Grosser Herr und starker König
Christmas Oratorio, BWV 248 (1996 Digital Remaster), Canata 1: Ach mein herzliebes Jesulein!
Christmas Oratorio, BWV 248 (1996 Digital Remaster), Cantata 2: Sinfonia
Christmas Oratorio, BWV 248 (1996 Digital Remaster), Cantata 2: Und es waren Hirten
Christmas Oratorio, BWV 248 (1996 Digital Remaster), Cantata 2: Brich an, o schönes Morgenlicht
Christmas Oratorio, BWV 248 (1996 Digital Remaster), Cantata 2: Und der Engel sprach
Christmas Oratorio, BWV 248 (1996 Digital Remaster), Cantata 2: Was Gott dem Abraham verheissen
Christmas Oratorio, BWV 248 (1996 Digital Remaster), Cantata 2: Frohe Hirten, eilt
Christmas Oratorio, BWV 248 (1996 Digital Remaster), Cantata 2: Und das habt zum Zeichen
Christmas Oratorio, BWV 248 (1996 Digital Remaster), Cantata 2: Schaut hin!
Christmas Oratorio, BWV 248 (1996 Digital Remaster), Cantata 2: Sp geht denn hin!
Christmas Oratorio, BWV 248 (1996 Digital Remaster), Cantata 2: Schlafe, mein Liebster
Christmas Oratorio, BWV 248 (1996 Digital Remaster), Cantata 2: Und alsobald war da bei dem Engel
Christmas Oratorio, BWV 248 (1996 Digital Remaster), Cantata 2: Ehre sei Gott in der Höhe
Christmas Oratorio, BWV 248 (1996 Digital Remaster), Cantata 2: So recht, ihr Engel
Christmas Oratorio, BWV 248 (1996 Digital Remaster), Cantata 2: Wir singen dir in deinem Heer
Christmas Oratorio, BWV 248 (1996 Digital Remaster), CANTATA 3: Herrscher des Himmels
Christmas Oratorio, BWV 248 (1996 Digital Remaster), CANTATA 3: Und da die Engel von ihnen gen Himmel
Christmas Oratorio, BWV 248 (1996 Digital Remaster), CANTATA 3: Lasset uns nun gehen gen Bethlehem
Christmas Oratorio, BWV 248 (1996 Digital Remaster), CANTATA 3: Er hat sein Volk getröst't
Christmas Oratorio, BWV 248 (1996 Digital Remaster), CANTATA 3: Dies hat er alles uns getan
Christmas Oratorio, BWV 248 (1996 Digital Remaster), CANTATA 3: Herr, dein Mitleid, dein Erbarmen
Christmas Oratorio, BWV 248 (1996 Digital Remaster), CANTATA 3: Und sie kamen eilend
Christmas Oratorio, BWV 248 (1996 Digital Remaster), CANTATA 3: Schliesse, mein Herze
Christmas Oratorio, BWV 248 (1996 Digital Remaster), CANTATA 3: Ja, ja, mein Herz soll es bewahren
Christmas Oratorio, BWV 248 (1996 Digital Remaster), CANTATA 3: Ich will dich mit Fleiss bewahren
Te Deum (2008 Digital Remaster): Te Deum laudamus (choir/solo quartet)
Te Deum (2008 - Remaster): Te ergo quaesumus (solo quartet)
Te Deum (2008 - Remaster): Aeterna fac cum sanctis tuis (solo quartet/choir)
Te Deum (2008 - Remaster): Salvum fac populum tuum (solo quartet/choir)
Te Deum (2008 - Remaster): In te, Domine, speravi (choir/solo quartet)
Missa Solemnis in D major, Op. 123 (1990 Digital Remaster): Kyrie
Missa Solemnis in D major, Op. 123 (1990 Digital Remaster), Gloria: Gloria in excelcis
Missa Solemnis in D major, Op. 123 (1990 Digital Remaster), Gloria: Qui tollis
Missa Solemnis in D major, Op. 123 (1990 Digital Remaster), Gloria: Quoniam tu solus sanctus
Missa Solemnis in D major, Op. 123 (1990 Digital Remaster), Credo: Credo in unum Deum
Missa Solemnis in D major, Op. 123 (1990 Digital Remaster), Credo: Et incarnatus est
Missa Solemnis in D major, Op. 123 (1990 Digital Remaster), Credo: Et resurrexit
Missa Solemnis in D major, Op. 123 (1990 Digital Remaster): Sanctus
Missa Solemnis in D major, Op. 123 (1990 Digital Remaster), Agnus Dei: Agnus Dei
Missa Solemnis in D major, Op. 123 (1990 Digital Remaster), Agnus Dei: Dona nobis pacem
The Bells Op. 35 (1989 Digital Remaster): I. Allegro ma non tanto
The Bells Op. 35 (1989 Digital Remaster): II. Lento
The Bells Op. 35 (1989 Digital Remaster): III. Presto
The Bells Op. 35 (1989 Digital Remaster): IV. Lento lugubre
The Creation H XXI:2 (1988 Digital Remaster), Part I: The Representation of Chaos (orchestra)
The Creation H XXI:2 (1988 Digital Remaster), Part I: In the beginning (bass & tenor recit. with chorus)
The Creation H XXI:2 (1988 Digital Remaster), Part I: Now vanish before the holy beams (tenor with chorus)
The Creation H XXI:2 (1988 Digital Remaster), Part I: And God made the firmament (bass recit.)
The Creation H XXI:2 (1988 Digital Remaster), Part I: The marv'llous work behold amazed (chorus with soprano)
The Creation H XXI:2 (1988 Digital Remaster), Part I: And God said, Let the waters (soprano recitative)
The Creation H XXI:2 (1988 Digital Remaster), Part I: Rolling in foaming billows (bass)
The Creation H XXI:2 (1988 Digital Remaster), Part I: And God said, Let the earth (soprano recit.)
The Creation H XXI:2 (1988 Digital Remaster), Part I: With verdure clad (soprano)
The Creation H XXI:2 (1988 Digital Remaster), Part I: And the heavenly host (tenor recit.)
The Creation H XXI:2 (1988 Digital Remaster), Part I: Awake the harp (chorus)
The Creation H XXI:2 (1988 Digital Remaster), Part I: And God said, Let there be lights (tenor recit.)
The Creation H XXI:2 (1988 Digital Remaster), Part I: In splendour bright (tenor recit.)


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