Rome Opera House Chorus

Biography

Active: 1928 - ; Rome, Italy
Although as the leading city in Italy Rome has a long operatic history, its "official" opera house, the Teatro dell'Opera (Rome Opera House) dates only to1928 and has never been the leading company of the country of opera's birth.

Rome's history is, of course, unique. The center of a world empire, it became the site of the ruling body of the Western Catholic Church. For most of the time between the sixth and nineteenth centuries, the Pope
Read more and the Church hierarchy in the Vatican personally ruled it. As such, its musical organizations and traditions were always subject to these prelates' varying views concerning music and theater. Pope Gregory the Great (590-604) is credited with regularizing church chant and hence laying the foundation for Western music.

Theatrical music in Rome can be traced to a form of sung and acted religious dramas called devozioni in the thirteenth century. In the late fifteenth century, it was the fashion to mount grand theatrical depictions of the Passion on Good Friday. Pope Paul III issued an edict banning such dramatic presentations in 1539. Later in the century, the original form of the oratorio (which included some dramatic depiction) was created in Rome by priests headed by St. Phillip Neri.

As secular music became more important, madrigals, dance music, and ballet were performed in private aristocratic homes. When opera began to develop around 1600, such homes (including the palaces of Cardinals) also saw Rome's first opera productions. The wealthy Barberini family of Rome (which included cardinals and a pope in the seventeenth century) had the most lavish productions. The opposition of Pope Innocent XI to females acting on stage resulted in the institution of the castrato singers, some of whom sung in both the Sistine Chapel and private opera companies.

In 1669, Pope Clement IX, who under his former name of Giulio Rospigliosi had actually been a poet and opera librettist, authorized the building of a public opera theater. Clement's successor closed it five years later. It opened again in 1690, was demolished in 1697, and rebuilt in 1733, its drastic changes in fortune reflecting the Church's views on opera and theater. Rome's operatic history for about the next two centuries is a tale of the rise and fall of numerous theatrical companies. In the eighteenth century the Teatro Tordinona mainly essayed serious opera. So initially did the Teatro Capranica (1711-1747), but after a seven-year closure it reopened in 1754 as the leading comic opera house. Opera seria was given at Teatro Argentina and Teatro delle Dame. In the nineteenth century, the Tordinona became the Apollo; it, the Argentina, and the Teatro delle Vale were, in the first half of that century, considered the equal of the leading houses of Milan and Naples and gave the world premieres of many operas of Rossini, Donizetti, Pacini, and Verdi.

The Teatro Costanzi was opened in 1880 and saw the premieres of Cavalleria rusticana and Tosca. By now, Rome had become the secular capital of a united Italy, and the Church and Pope, whose rule was now limited to the small area of the Vatican itself, had no direct influence on theatrical life in the city.

But as long as operatic companies were run by private impresarios the situation remained unstable. In 1928 the government and the local city authorities took over the Costanzi, redecorated and modernized it, and renamed it the Teatro dell'Opera, which means simply "Opera House." Known internationally as the Rome Opera House, it has taken its place at nearly the high level of the great houses of Milan, Venice, and Naples. Read less
French Opera Masterworks
Release Date: 10/16/2007   Label: Bravissimo Opera Library  
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Bizet: Carmen / Bellezza, Stignani, Gigli, Rome Opera, Et Al
Release Date: 02/27/2001   Label: Opera D'oro  
Catalog: 1278   Number of Discs: 2
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Gluck: Alceste / Gui, Gencer, Picchi, Rome Opera, Et Al
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Luciano Pavarotti / 7 Complete Operas (14-disc Set)
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Berlioz: La Damnation De Faust / Pretre, Gedda, Horne, Soyer, Rome Opera Orchestra
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Biography

Active: 1928 - ; Rome, Italy
Although as the leading city in Italy Rome has a long operatic history, its "official" opera house, the Teatro dell'Opera (Rome Opera House) dates only to1928 and has never been the leading company of the country of opera's birth.

Rome's history is, of course, unique. The center of a world empire, it became the site of the ruling body of the Western Catholic Church. For most of the time between the sixth and nineteenth centuries, the Pope
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WORKS ALBUMS
TITLE/COMPOSER
LABEL
Il Trovatore: All'erta! All'erta...Abbietta zingara
Il Trovatore: Che piu t'arresti...Tacea la notte placida
Il Trovatore: Vedi! le fosche notturne spoglie (Anvil Chorus)
Il Trovatore: Stride las vampa
Il Trovatore: Condotta ell'era in ceppi
Il Trovatore: Il balen del suo sorriso
Il Trovatore: Ah si, ben mio, coll'essere io tuo...Di quella pira
Il Trovatore: Slam glunti...D'amor sull'all rosee
Il Trovatore: Miserere
Il Trovatore (highlights): Mira, d'acerbe lagrime...Vivra:contende il glubilo
Il Trovatore (highlights): Si, la stanchezza m'opprime...Al nostri montri ritorneremo
Il Trovatore: Prima che d'altri vivere
Verdi: Aida - Overture
Verdi: Aida / Act 1 - Sì: corre voce che l'Etiope ardisca
Verdi: Aida / Act 1 - "Se quel guerrier io fossi!..Celeste Aida"
Verdi: Aida / Act 1 - Quale insolita gioia
Verdi: Aida / Act 1 - "Alta cagion v'aduna"
Verdi: Aida / Act 1 - Ritorna vincitor!
Verdi: Aida / Act 1 - Possente, possente Fthà
Verdi: Aida / Act 1 - Mortal, diletto ai Numi
Verdi: Aida / Act 2 - Chi mai fra gl'inni e i plausi
Verdi: Aida / Act 2 - Fu la sorte dell'armi a'tuoi funesta
Verdi: Aida / Act 2 - Su! del Nilo al sacro lido
Verdi: Aida / Act 2 - Gloria all'Egitto, ad Iside
Verdi: Aida / Act 2 - Marcia
Verdi: Aida / Act 2 - Vieni, o guerriero vindice
Verdi: Aida / Act 2 - Salvator della patria, io ti saluto
Verdi: Aida / Act 2 - Che veggo!...Egli?...Mio padre!
Verdi: Aida / Act 2 - Quest'assisa ch'io vesto vi dica
Verdi: Aida / Act 2 - Ma tu, Re, tu signore possente
Verdi: Aida / Act 2 - O Re: pei sacri Numi
Verdi: Aida / Act 2 - Gloria all'Egitto, ad Iside
Verdi: Aida / Act 3 - O tu che sei d'Osiride
Verdi: Aida / Act 3 - Qui Radames verrà!...O Patria mia
Verdi: Aida / Act 3 - Ciel! mio padre!
Verdi: Aida / Act 3 - Pur ti riveggo, mia dolce Aida
Verdi: Aida / Act 3 - Fuggiam gli ardori inospiti
Verdi: Aida / Act 3 - Tu...Amonasro!...tu!...il Re?
Verdi: Aida / Act 4 - L'aborrita rivale a me sfuggia
Verdi: Aida / Act 4 - Già i Sacerdoti adunansi
Verdi: Aida / Act 4 - Ohimè!...morir mi sento! Oh! chi lo salva?
Verdi: Aida / Act 4 - Radamès! Radamès! Radamès!
Verdi: Aida / Act 4 - La fatal pietra sovra me si chiuse
Verdi: Aida / Act 4 - Presago il core della tua condonna
Verdi: Aida / Act 4 - O terra, addio; addio valle di pianti
L'Elisir d'amore, 'Elixir of Love' (1988 Digital Remaster): Prelude
L'Elisir d'amore, 'Elixir of Love' (1988 Digital Remaster), Act I: Bel conforto
L'Elisir d'amore, 'Elixir of Love' (1988 Digital Remaster), Act I: Quanto è bella
L'Elisir d'amore, 'Elixir of Love' (1988 Digital Remaster), Act I: Chi la mente mi rischiara?
L'Elisir d'amore, 'Elixir of Love' (1988 Digital Remaster), Act I: Benedette queste carte!
L'Elisir d'amore, 'Elixir of Love' (1988 Digital Remaster), Act I: Della crudele Isotta
L'Elisir d'amore, 'Elixir of Love' (1988 Digital Remaster), Act I: Come Paride vezzoso
L'Elisir d'amore, 'Elixir of Love' (1988 Digital Remaster), Act I: Or se m'ami
L'Elisir d'amore, 'Elixir of Love' (1988 Digital Remaster), Act I: Intanto, o mia ragazza
L'Elisir d'amore, 'Elixir of Love' (1988 Digital Remaster), Act I: Chiedi all'aura lusinghiera
L'Elisir d'amore, 'Elixir of Love' (1988 Digital Remaster), Act I: Che vuol dire codesta suonata?
L'Elisir d'amore, 'Elixir of Love' (1988 Digital Remaster), Act I: Udite, o rustici
L'Elisir d'amore, 'Elixir of Love' (1988 Digital Remaster), Act I: Ardir! Ha forse il cielo
L'Elisir d'amore, 'Elixir of Love' (1988 Digital Remaster), Act I: Voglio dire lo stupendo elisir
L'Elisir d'amore, 'Elixir of Love' (1988 Digital Remaster), Act I: Caro elisir!
L'Elisir d'amore, 'Elixir of Love' (1988 Digital Remaster), Act I: La la la la lera ... Esulti pur la barbara
L'Elisir d'amore, 'Elixir of Love' (1988 Digital Remaster), Act I: Tran, tran, tran, tran. In guerra ed in amor
L'Elisir d'amore, 'Elixir of Love' (1988 Digital Remaster), Act I: Signor sargente
L'Elisir d'amore, 'Elixir of Love' (1988 Digital Remaster), Act I: Adina, credimi
L'Elisir d'amore, 'Elixir of Love' (1988 Digital Remaster), Act I: Andiam Belcore
L'Elisir d'amore, 'Elixir of Love' (1988 Digital Remaster), Act II: Cantiamo, cantiam
L'Elisir d'amore, 'Elixir of Love' (1988 Digital Remaster), Act II: Io son ricco e tu sei bella
L'Elisir d'amore, 'Elixir of Love' (1988 Digital Remaster), Act II: + qua il Notaro
L'Elisir d'amore, 'Elixir of Love' (1988 Digital Remaster), Act II: Le feste nuziali
L'Elisir d'amore, 'Elixir of Love' (1988 Digital Remaster), Act II: La donna è un animale
L'Elisir d'amore, 'Elixir of Love' (1988 Digital Remaster), Act II: Ali perigli della guerra
L'Elisir d'amore, 'Elixir of Love' (1988 Digital Remaster), Act II: Qua la mano, giovinotto
L'Elisir d'amore, 'Elixir of Love' (1988 Digital Remaster), Act II: Saria possibile?
L'Elisir d'amore, 'Elixir of Love' (1988 Digital Remaster), Act II: Dell'elisir mirabile
L'Elisir d'amore, 'Elixir of Love' (1988 Digital Remaster), Act II: + bellissima!
L'Elisir d'amore, 'Elixir of Love' (1988 Digital Remaster), Act II: Io già m'immagino
L'Elisir d'amore, 'Elixir of Love' (1988 Digital Remaster), Act II: Come sen va contento!
L'Elisir d'amore, 'Elixir of Love' (1988 Digital Remaster), Act II: Quanto amore!
L'Elisir d'amore, 'Elixir of Love' (1988 Digital Remaster), Act II: Bella Adina
L'Elisir d'amore, 'Elixir of Love' (1988 Digital Remaster), Act II: Una tenera occhiatina
L'Elisir d'amore, 'Elixir of Love' (1988 Digital Remaster), Act II: Una furtiva lagrima
L'Elisir d'amore, 'Elixir of Love' (1988 Digital Remaster), Act II: Eccola
L'Elisir d'amore, 'Elixir of Love' (1988 Digital Remaster), Act II: Prendi...prendi, per me sei libero
L'Elisir d'amore, 'Elixir of Love' (1988 Digital Remaster), Act II: Ebben tenete
L'Elisir d'amore, 'Elixir of Love' (1988 Digital Remaster), Act II: Il mio rigor dimentica
L'Elisir d'amore, 'Elixir of Love' (1988 Digital Remaster), Act II: Alto! Fronte!
L'Elisir d'amore, 'Elixir of Love' (1988 Digital Remaster), Act II: Ei corregge ogni difetto
I Lombardi: Act I, "Oh noble esempio!" (Chorus, Pagano, Arvino, Viclinda, Giselda, Pirro, Prior)
I Lombardi: Act I, "A te nell'ora infausta" (Chorus, Pagano)
I Lombardi: Act I, "Sciagurata! Hai tu creduto" (Pagano, Pirro, Chorus)
I Lombardi: Act I, "Tutta tremante ancor l'anima lo sento" (Viclinda, Arvino, Giselda)
I Lombardi: Act I, "Salve maria di grazia il petto" (Giselda)
I Lombardi: Act I, "Vieni! Già posa Arvino nelle sue stanze" (Pirro, Pagano, Viclinda, Arvino, Giselda, Chorus)
I Lombardi: Act II, "Deh scendi, Allhà terribile" (Chorus)
I Lombardi: Act II, "O madre mia, che fa colei?...La mia letizia infondere" (Oronte, Sofia)
I Lombardi: Act II, "E ancor silenzio!" (Hermit, Pirro)
I Lombardi: Act II, "Sei tu l'uom della caverna?" (Arvino, Hermit)
I Lombardi: Act II, "Stolto Allhà!" (Chorus)
I Lombardi: Act II, "La bella straniera che l'alme innamora!" (Chorus)
I Lombardi: Act II, "Oh madre del Cielo soccorri al mio pianto" (Giselda, Chorus, Sofia, Hermit, Arvino)
I Lombardi: Act III, "Gerusalem, Gerusalem" (Chorus)
I Lombardi: Act III, "Dove sola m'inoltro?" (Giselda, Oronte, Chorus)
I Lombardi: Act III, "Che vid'io mai?" (Arvino, Chorus)
I Lombardi: Act III, "Qui posa il fianco!" (Giselda, Oronte, Hermit)
I Lombardi: Act III, "Qual voluttà trascorrere" (Oronte, Giselda, Hermit)
I Lombardi: Act IV, "Componi, o cara vergine" (Chorus, Giselda)
I Lombardi: Act IV, "In Cielo benedetto" (Oronte, Chorus)
I Lombardi: Act IV, "Qual prodigio!" (Giselda)
I Lombardi: Act IV, "O Signore, dal tetto natio" (Chorus)
I Lombardi: Act IV, "Al Siloe! Al Siloe!" (Chorus, Giselda, Arvino)
I Lombardi: Act IV, "Guerra! Guerra! S'impugni la spada" (Chorus)
I Lombardi: Act IV, "Questa è mi tenda" (Arvino, Giselda, Hermit / Pagano)
I Lombardi: Act IV, "Te lodiamo, gran Dio di vittoria" (Chorus, Pagano, Arvino, Giselda)
Aida (1989 Digital Remaster): Prelude
Aida (1989 Digital Remaster), Act 1, Scene 1: Sì, corre voce che l'Etiope ardisca (Ramfis, Radames)
Aida (1989 Digital Remaster), Act 1, Scene 1: Se quel guerrier io fossi! (Radames)
Aida (1989 Digital Remaster), Act 1, Scene 1: Celeste Aida (Radames)
Aida (1989 Digital Remaster), Act 1, Scene 1: Quale insolita gioia nel tuo sguardo! (Amneris, Radames)
Aida (1989 Digital Remaster), Act 1, Scene 1: Vieni, o diletta' appressati (Amneris, Aida, Radames)
Aida (1989 Digital Remaster), Act 1, Scene 1: Alta cagion v'aduna (King, Messenger, Aida, Radames, Amneris, Priests, Officers)
Aida (1989 Digital Remaster), Act 1, Scene 1: Su! del Nilo al sacro lido (King, Aida, Radames, Amneris, Ramfis, Priests, Officers, Messenger)
Aida (1989 Digital Remaster), Act 1, Scene 1: Ritorna vincitor! (Aida)
Aida (1989 Digital Remaster), Act 1, Scene 2: Possente Fthà...Ti che nulla hai tratto (Priestess, Ramfis, Priests, Priestesses)
Aida (1989 Digital Remaster), Act 1, Scene 2: Sacred Dance of the Priestesses... Immenso Fthà...Mortal, diletto ai Numi (Priestesses, Ramfis, Priests)
Aida (1989 Digital Remaster), Act 1, Scene 2: Nume, custode e vindice (Ramfis, Radames, Priests, Priestesses, Priestess)
Aida (1989 Digital Remaster), Act 2, Scene 1: Chi mai fra gl'inni e i plausi (Slaves, Amneris)
Aida (1989 Digital Remaster), Act 2, Scene 1: Dance of the Moorish Slaves
Aida (1989 Digital Remaster), Act 2, Scene 1: Vieni, sul crin ti piovano (Slaves, Amneris)
Aida (1989 Digital Remaster), Act 2, Scene 1: Fu la sorte dell'armi a' tuoi funesta (Amneris, Aida)
Aida (1989 Digital Remaster), Act 2, Scene 1: Pietà ti prenda del mio dolor (Amneris, Aida)
Aida (1989 Digital Remaster), Act 2, Scene 1: Su! del Nilo...Numi, pietà del mio martir (Chorus, Amneris, Aida)
Aida (1989 Digital Remaster), Act 2, Scene 2: Gloria all'Egitto, ad Iside (Crowd, Priests)
Aida (1989 Digital Remaster), Act 2, Scene 2: Triumphal March
Aida (1989 Digital Remaster), Act 2, Scene 2: Ballet
Aida (1989 Digital Remaster), Act 2, Scene 2: Vieni, o guerriero vindice (People, Priests)
Aida (1989 Digital Remaster), Act 2, Scene 2: Salvator della patria (King, Radames, Ramfis, Priests)
Aida (1989 Digital Remaster), Act 2, Scene 2: Che veggo!...Ma tu, Re (Aida, Amneris, Amonasro, Kings, Prisoners, Ramfis, Priests, People)
Aida (1989 Digital Remaster), Act 2, Scene 2: Il dolor che in quel volto favella (Tutti)
Aida (1989 Digital Remaster), Act 2, Scene 2: O Re, pei sacri Numi...Gloria all'Egitto (Radames, King, Ramfis, Amneris, Amonasro, Tutti)
Aida (1989 Digital Remaster), Act 3: O tu che sei d'Osiride (Chorus)
Aida (1989 Digital Remaster), Act 3: Vieni d'Iside al Tempio (Ramfis, Amneris, Chorus)
Aida (1989 Digital Remaster), Act 3: Qui Radames verrà (Aida)
Aida (1989 Digital Remaster), Act 3: O patria mia (Aida)
Aida (1989 Digital Remaster), Act 3: Ciel! mio padre (Aida, Amonasro)
Aida (1989 Digital Remaster), Act 3: Rivedrai le foreste imbalsamente (Amonasro, Aida)
Aida (1989 Digital Remaster), Act 3: Pur ti riveggo, mia dolce Aida (Radames, Aida)
Aida (1989 Digital Remaster), Act 3: Nel fiero anelito di nuova guerra (Radames, Aida)
Aida (1989 Digital Remaster), Act 3: Fuggiam gli ardori inospiti...Là, tra foreste vergini (Aida, Radames)
Aida (1989 Digital Remaster), Act 3: Ma dimmi; per qual via (Aida, Radames, Amonasro, Amneris, Ramfis)
Aida (1989 Digital Remaster), Act 4, Scene 1: L'abborrita rivale a me sfuggia (Amneris)
Aida (1989 Digital Remaster), Act 4, Scene 1: Già i sacerdoti adunansi (Amneris, Radames)
Aida (1989 Digital Remaster), Act 4, Scene 1: Ohimè! morir mi sento! (Amneris)
Aida (1989 Digital Remaster), Act 4, Scene 1: Spirito del Nume (Ramfis, Priests, Amneris)
Aida (1989 Digital Remaster), Act 4, Scene 1: A lui vivo, la tomba!...Sacerdoti:compiste un delitto! (Ramfis, Priests, Amneris)
Aida (1989 Digital Remaster), Act 4, Scene 2: La fatal pietra sovra me si chiuse (Radames, Aida)
Aida (1989 Digital Remaster), Act 4, Scene 2: Vedi? Di morte l'angelo...Immenso Fthà (Aida, Priestesses, Priests, Radames)
Aida (1989 Digital Remaster), Act 4, Scene 2: O terra, addio (Aida, Radames, Priests, Priestesses, Amneris)
La Bohème, Act I: Questo Mar Rosso mi ammollisce (Marcello/Rodolfo)
La Bohème, Act I: Aguzza l'ingegno (Rodolfo/Marcello/Colline)
La Bohème, Act I: Legna!...Sigari! (Rodolfo/Marcello/Colline/Schaunard)
La Bohème, Act I: Si può?...Che è la? (Benoit/Marcello/Schaunard/Colline/Rodolfo)
La Bohème, Act I: Al quartiere Latin ci attende Momus (Schaunard/Marcello/Rodoflo/Colline)
La Bohème, Act I: Chi è la?...Scusi (Rodolfo/Mimi)
La Bohème, Act I: Oh! sventata, sventata! (Rodolfo/Mimi)
La Bohème, Act I: Che gelida manina! (Rodolfo)
La bohème, Act 1: "Sì. Mi chiamano Mimi" (Mimi/Rodolfo)
La Bohème, Act I: Ehi! Rodolfo! (Schaunard/Colline/Marcello/Rodolfo/Mimi)
La Bohème, Act I: O soave fanciulla, o dolce viso (Rodolfo/Marcello/Mimi)
La Bohème, Act II: Aranci, datteri! (Coro/Schaunard/Colline/Rodolfo/Mimi/Marcello)
La Bohème, Act II: Chi guardi? (Rodolfo/Colline/Mimi/Schaunard/Marcello/Coro/Parpignol)
La Bohème, Act II: Viva Parpignol! (Coro/Marcello/Mimi/Schaunard/Colline/Rodolfo)
La Bohème, Act II: Oh! Musetta! (Marcello/Rodolfo/Schaunard/Colline/Coro/Alcindoro/Musetta/Mimi)
La Bohème, Act II: Quando me'n vo'soletta (Musetta/Marcello/Alcindoro/Mimi/Rodolfo/Schaunard/Colline)
La Bohème, Act II: Chi l'ha richiesto? (Colline/Schaunard/Rodolfo/Coro/Marcello/Musetta/Mimi)
La Bohème, Act III: Ohè, là, le guardie....Aprite!
La Bohème, Act III: Sa dirmi, scusi, qual'è l'osteria (Mimi/Sergente/Doganiere)
La Bohème, Act III: Mimi?!... Speravo di trovarvi qui (Marcello/Mimi)
La Bohème, Act III: Marcello. Finalmente! (Rodolfo/Marcello/Mimi)
La Bohème, Act III: Mimi è una civetta (Rodolfo/Marcello)
La Bohème, Act III: Mimi è tanto malata! (Rodolfo/Marcello/Mimi)
La Bohème, Act III: Addio...Donde lieta uscì al tuo grido (Mimi/Rodolfo)
La Bohème, Act III: Dunque è proprio finita! (Mimi/Rodolfo)
La Bohème, Act III: Che facevi? Che dicevi? (Marcello/Musetta/Mimi/Rodolfo)
La Bohème, Act IV: In un coupè? (Marcello/Rodolfo)
La Bohème, Act IV: O Mimi, tu più non torni (Marcello/Rodolfo)
La Bohème, Act IV: Che ora sia?...L'ora del pranzo (Rodolfo/Marcello/Schaunard/Colline)
La Bohème, Act IV: Gavotta....Minuetto....Pavanella (Rodolfo/Marcello/Schaunard/Colline)
La Bohème, Act IV: C'è Mimi...C'è Mimi (Musetta/Rodolfo/Schaunard/Mimi/Marcello)
La Bohème, Act IV: Ho tanto freddo. Se avessi un manicotto! (Musetta/Rodolfo/Schaunard/Mimi/Marcello)
La Bohème, Act IV: Vecchia zimarra (Colline/Schaunard)
La Bohème, Act IV: Sono andati? Fingevo di dormire (Mimi/Rodolfo)
La Bohème, Act IV: "Mi chiamano Mimi....Il perché non so" (Mimi/Rodolfo/Schaunard)
La Bohème, Act IV: Dorme? Riposa (Musetta/Rodolfo/Marcello/Mimi/Schaunard/Colline)
La Damnation de Faust: Part I, "Le vieil hiver a fait place au printemps"
La Damnation de Faust: Part I, "Les bergers laissent leurs troupeaux"
La Damnation de Faust: Part I, "Marche hongroise"
La Damnation de Faust: Part II, "Sans regrets j'ai quitté les riantes campagnes"
La Damnation de Faust: Part II, "Christ vient de ressusciter!"
La Damnation de Faust: Part II, "Hélas! Doux chants du ciel"
La Damnation de Faust: Part II, "Certain rat, dans une cuisine"
La Damnation de Faust: Part II, "Une puce gentille"
La Damnation de Faust: Part II, "Voici des roses"
La Damnation de Faust: Part II, "Dors, dors, heureux Faust"
La Damnation de Faust: Part II, "Ballet des sylphes"
La Damnation de Faust: Part II, "Marguerite! Qu'ai-je vu!"
La Damnation de Faust: Part III, "Merci, doux crépuscule!"
La Damnation de Faust: Part III, "Je l'entends!"
La Damnation de Faust: Part III, "Autrefois un roi de Thulé"
La Damnation de Faust: Part III, Esprits des flammes inconstantes"
La Damnation de Faust: Part III, "Maintenant, chantons"
La Damnation de Faust: Part III, "Devant la maison"
La Damnation de Faust: Part III, "Grand Dieu! Que vois-je!"
La Damnation de Faust: Part III, "Allons, il est trop tard!"
La Damnation de Faust: Part IV, "D'amour l'ardente flamme"
La Damnation de Faust: Part IV, "Au son des trompettes"
La Damnation de Faust: Part IV, "Nature immense, impénétrable et fière"
La Damnation de Faust: Part IV, "À la voûte azurée"
La Damnation de Faust: Part IV, "Dans mon c?ur retentit sa voix"
La Damnation de Faust: Part IV, "Has! Irimiru Karabrao!"
La Damnation de Faust: Part IV, "Laus! Laus! Hosanna!"


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