Stephen Richardson

Britten: Albert Herring / Hickox, Gilchrist, Stephen, Et Al
Release Date: 02/25/2003   Label: Chandos  
Catalog: 10036   Number of Discs: 2
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Britten: Peter Grimes / Bedford, Oke, Wyn-rogers, Richardson, Kempster
Release Date: 08/27/2013   Label: Signum U.k.  
Catalog: 348   Number of Discs: 2
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TITLE/COMPOSER
LABEL
To this shrine of the first Christians (Son) -
Ask me not. Never search the inexpressible mystery of death (Mother) -
Wait! Do not forsake your grieving son (Son)
Section 1 -
Section 2
Part I: Chorale: Herr, unser Herrscher (Chorus)
Part I: Recitative: Jesus ging mit seinen Jungern (Evangelist)
Part I: Chorale: O grosse Lieb (Chorus)
Part I: Recitative: Auf dass das Wort erfullet wurde (Evangelist, Jesus)
Part I: Chorale: Dein Will gescheh, Herr Gott, zugleich (Chorus)
Part I: Recitative: Die Schar aber und der Oberhauptmann (Evangelist)
Part I: Aria: Von den Strikken meiner Sunden (Alto)
Part I: Recitative: Simon Petrus aber folgete Jesu nach (Evangelist)
Part I: Aria: Ich folge dir gleichfalls (Soprano)
Part I: Recitative: Derselbige Junger war (Evangelist)
Part I: Chorale: Wer hat dich so geschlagen (Chorus)
Part I: Recitative: Und Hannas sandte ihn gebunden (Evangelist)
Part I: Aria: Ach, mein Sinn, wo willt du endlich hin (Tenor)
Part I: Chorale: Petrus, der nicht denkt zuruck (Chorus)
Part II: Chorale: Christus, der uns selig macht (Chorus)
Part II: Recitative: Da fuhreten sie Jesum - Was bringet ihr - Redest du das (Evangelist, Pilatus, Jesus)
Part II: Chorale: Ach grosser Konig (Chorus)
Part II: Recitative: Da sprach Pilatus zu ihm - So bist du dennoch - Was is Wahrheit? (Evangelist, Jesus, Pilatus)
Part II: Arioso: Betrachte, meine Seel (Bass)
Part II: Aria: Erwage, wie sein blutgefarbter Rucken (Tenor)
Part II: Recitative: Und die kriegsknechte flochten - Sehet, ich fuhre - Du hattest keine (Evangelist, Pilatus, Jesus)
Part II: Chorale: Durch dein Gefangnis, Gottes Sohn (Chorus)
Part II: Recitative: Die Juden aber schrieen (Evangelist)
Part II: Aria: Eilt, ihr angefochtnen Seelen (Bass)
Part II: Recitative: Allda kreuzigten sie ihn - Was ich geschrieden habe (Evangelist, Pilatus)
Part II: Chorale: In meines Herzens Grunde (Chorus)
Part II: Recitative: Die Kriegsknechte aber - Lasset uns den nicht zerteilen - Auf dass erfullet wurde die Schrift (Evangelist, Jesus, Chorus)
Part II: Chorale: Er nahm alles wohl in acht (Chorus)
Part II: Recitative: Und von Stund an - Mich durstet! (Evangelist, Jesus)
Part II: Aria: Es ist vollbracht (Alto)
Part II: Recitative: Und neigte das Haupt und verschied (Evangelist)
Part II: Aria: Mein teurer Heiland (Bass)
Part II: Recitative: Und siehe da, der Vorhang (Evangelist)
Part II: Arioso: Mein Herz, indem die ganze Welt (Tenor)
Part II: Aria: Zerfliesse, mein Herze (Soprano)
Part II: Recitative: Die Juden aber (Evangelist)
Part II: Chorale: O hilf, Christe, Gottes Sohn (Chorus)
Part II: Recitative: Darnach bat Pilatum (Evangelist)
Part II: Chorale: Ruht wohl, ihr heiligen Gebeine (Chorus)
Part II: Chorale: Ach Herr, lass dein lieb Engelein (Chorus)
Part I: Chorale: O Mensch, bewein' dein Sunde gross (Chorus)
Part I: Aria: Himmel reisse, Welt erbebe (Bass)
Part I: Aria: Zerschmettert mich, ihr Felsen und ihr Hugel (Tenor)
Part II: Aria: Ach windet euch nicht so (Tenor)
Part II: Chorale: Christe, du Lamm Gottes (Chorus)
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream, Op.64 / Act 1 - "Over hill, over dale"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 1 - "Oberon is passing fell and wrath"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 1 - "Well, go thy way"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 1 - "How now my love?"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 1 - "Be it on lion, bear, or wolf, or bull"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream / Act 1 - "Welcome wanderer!"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 1 - "Is all our company here?"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 1 - "Fair love, you faint with wand'ring in the wood"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 1 - "Through the forest have I gone"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 1 - "Stay, though thou kill me, sweet Demetrius"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 1 - "Come, now a roundel and a fairy song"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 1 - "You spotted snakes with double tongue"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 1 - "What thou seest when thou dost wake"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 2 - Introduction: The wood
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 2 - "Are we all met?"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 2 - "I see their knavery"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 2 - "Be kind and courteous to this gentleman"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 2 - "Hail, mortal, hail!"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 2 - "I have a reas'nable good ear in music"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 2 - "How now, mad spirit?"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 2 - "Flower of this purple dye"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 2 - "Puppet? Why so?"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 2 - "This is thy negligence"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 2 - "Up and down, up and down"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 2 - "On the ground, sleep sound"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 3 - "My gentle Robin, see'st thou this sweet sight?"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 3 - "Helena! Hermi! Demetrius! Lysander!"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 3 - "When my cue comes, call me"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 3 - "Have you sent to Bottom's house?"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 3 - "Now, fair Hippolyta"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 3 - "If we offend, it is with our good will"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 3 - "Gentles, perchance you wonder at this show"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 3 - "In this same interlude it doth befall"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 3 - "O grim-look'd night, O night with hue so black"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 3 - "O wall, full often hast thou heard my moans"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 3 - "You ladies, you whose gentle hearts do fear"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 3 - "This lanthorn doth the horned moon present"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 3 - "Sweet moon, I thank thee for thy sunny beams"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 3 - "Asleep, my love?"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 3 - "Come, your Bergomask"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 3 - "Now the hungry lion roars"
Overture
Come, ye sons of art, away
Sound the trumpet, sound
Come, ye sons of art
Strike the viol, touch the lute
The day that such a blessing gave
Bid the Virtues, bid the Graces
These are the sacred charms
See Nature, rejoicing
Symphony
"Of old, when heroes thought it base" - "Brigantium, honour'd with a race divine"
The bashful Thames, for beauty so renowned
The pale and the purple rose
And in each track of glory since
Symphony
And now when the renown'd Nassau
They did no storms, nor threat'nings fear
So when the glitt'ring Queen of Night
Let music join
Sound, trumpets, sound!
Sound all to him
Act I Scene 1: A Courtroom: My Lord (John , White Abbot, Council, Richard , Rose, Priest, Boy, Cardinal)
Act I Scene 1: Transition
Act I Scene 2: The Chapel: Hoc opus est Johanni Taverni in regione Lindi nati (Monks, John )
Act I Scene 2: Transition
Act I Scene 3: The Throne Room: Our good Lord Cardinal (King, Jester, Cardinal)
Act I Scene 4: The Throne Room: John , what does the Lord require of thee? (Death, John , White Monk, Black Monk, Antichrist)
Act I Scene 4: The Throne Room: But this is not enough, John (Death, Richard , Rose, John )
Act I Scene 4: The Throne Room: Behold his body, in every place (Demons, God the Father, Archangels, Joking Jesus, Mary, John )
Act I Scene 4: The Throne Room: , sign your confession (Death, John )
Act II Scene 1: The Courtroom: My Lord Abbot (John , White Abbot, Richard , Council, Rose, Priest, Boy, Death)
Act II Scene 1: Transition
Act II Scene 2: The Throne Room: How fares our good Lord Cardinal? (King, Cardinal, Archbishop, Jester)
Act II Scene 3: Transition
Act II Scene 3: The Throne Room: Videbat ergo Dominus in civitate iniquitatem et (White Abbot, Monks, John , Captain)
Act II Scene 3: Transition
Act II Scene 4: The Market-place in Boston, Lincolnshire: This is the work of John (Townspeople, Choirboys, Council, John , White Abbot, Full Chorus, Rose)
Stravinsky: The Flood (1961-62) - Prelude: "Te Deum laudamus"
Stravinsky: The Flood (1961-62) - Melodrama: "In A Worm's Likeness Will He Wend"
Stravinsky: The Flood (1961-62) - The Building Of The Ark (Choreography)
Stravinsky: The Flood (1961-62) - The Catalogue Of The Animals:"The Lord Bade That I Should Bring"
Stravinsky: The Flood (1961-62) - The Comedy (Noah And His Wife): "Wife, Come In!"
Stravinsky: The Flood (1961-62) - The Flood (Choreography)
Stravinsky: The Flood (1961-62) - The Covenant Of The Rainbow "A Covenant, Noah, With Thee I Make"
I. Adagio - (Molto) moderato -
II. Andante tranquillo -
III. Vivace -
IV. Adagio
I. The Sadness of the Marionette -
II. The Sleep of the Marionette -
III. The Dream of the Marionette -
III. March -
III. Epilogue
Purcell: Come, ye sons of art, away (1694) Ode for the Birthday of Queen Mary II - Overture
Purcell: Come, ye sons of art, away (1694) Ode for the Birthday of Queen Mary II - Come, ye sons of art, away
Purcell: Come, ye sons of art, away (1694) Ode for the Birthday of Queen Mary II - Sound the trumpet, sound
Purcell: Come, ye sons of art, away (1694) Ode for the Birthday of Queen Mary II - Come, ye sons of art
Purcell: Come, ye sons of art, away (1694) Ode for the Birthday of Queen Mary II - Strike the viol, touch the lute
Purcell: Come, ye sons of art, away (1694) Ode for the Birthday of Queen Mary II - The day that such a blessing gave
Purcell: Come, ye sons of art, away (1694) Ode for the Birthday of Queen Mary II - Bid the Virtues, bid the Graces
Purcell: Come, ye sons of art, away (1694) Ode for the Birthday of Queen Mary II - These are the sacred charms
Purcell: Come, ye sons of art, away (1694) Ode for the Birthday of Queen Mary II - See Nature, rejoicing
Purcell: Of old, when heroes thought it base (1690) The Yorkshire Feast Song - Symphony
Purcell: Of old, when heroes thought it base (1690) The Yorkshire Feast Song - "Of old, when heroes thought it base" - "Brigantium, honour'd with a race divine"
Purcell: Of old, when heroes thought it base (1690) The Yorkshire Feast Song - The bashful Thames, for beauty so renowned
Purcell: Of old, when heroes thought it base (1690) The Yorkshire Feast Song - The pale and the purple rose
Purcell: Of old, when heroes thought it base (1690) The Yorkshire Feast Song - And in each track of glory since
Purcell: Of old, when heroes thought it base (1690) The Yorkshire Feast Song - Symphony
Purcell: Of old, when heroes thought it base (1690) The Yorkshire Feast Song - And now when the renown'd Nassau
Purcell: Of old, when heroes thought it base (1690) The Yorkshire Feast Song - They did no storms, nor threat'nings fear
Purcell: Of old, when heroes thought it base (1690) The Yorkshire Feast Song - So when the glitt'ring Queen of Night
Purcell: Of old, when heroes thought it base (1690) The Yorkshire Feast Song - Let music join
Purcell: Of old, when heroes thought it base (1690) The Yorkshire Feast Song - Sound, trumpets, sound!
Purcell: Of old, when heroes thought it base (1690) The Yorkshire Feast Song - Sound all to him
Act I Scene 1: The morning room at Lady Billows' house in Loxford (Lady Billows, Florence)
Act I Scene 1: Doctor Jessop's midwife ... (Florence)
Act I Scene 1: I hope we're not too early (Miss Wordsworth, Florence, Vicar, Mayor, Superintendent)
Act I Scene 1: Stuffy! Tobacco stink! (Lady Billows, Miss Wordsworth, Florence, Mayor, Superintendent, Vicar)
Act I Scene 1: Now then! Notebook, Florence! (Lady Billows)
Act I Scene 1: The first suggestion on my list (Vicar, Florence, Lady Billows, Miss Wordsworth, Mayor, Superintendent)
Act I Scene 1: Is this all you can bring? (Lady Billows, Florence)
Act I Scene 1: Begging your pardon (Superintendent, Florence, Lady Billows, Miss Wordsworth, Vicar, Mayor)
Act I Scene 1: Virtue, says Holy Writ (Vicar, Superintendent, Mayor, Miss Wordsworth, Florence, Lady Billows)
Act I Scene 1: Right! We'll have him! (Lady Billows, Florence, Vicar, Miss Wordsworth, Mayor, Superintendent)
Act I Scene 1: Interlude
Act I Scene 2: Bounce me high (Emmie, Cis, Harry)
Act I Scene 2: Shop! Hi! Albert! (Sid, Albert)
Act I Scene 2: Did you ever have a pint at the local? (Sid, Albert)
Act I Scene 2: Sid I'm sorry but ... (Albert, Sid, Nancy)
Act I Scene 2: We'll walk to the spinney (Sid, Nancy, Albert)
Act I Scene 2: He's much too busy (Albert)
Act I Scene 2: Mum wants two penn'oth of potherbs (Emmie, Albert)
Act I Scene 2: Good morning, young man! (Florence, Albert, Mum)
Act I Scene 2: We bring great news to you (Lady Billows, Mum, Albert, Florence, Vicar, Mayor, Superintendent, Miss Wordsworth)
Act I Scene 2: Well, think of that, my lad (Mum, Albert, Kids)
Act II Scene 1: Inside a marquee ... (Florence, Nancy, Sid)
Act II Scene 1: For 3 precious weeks (Florence, Nancy, Sid)
Act II Scene 1: That's a fine sight for sore eyes! (Sid, Nancy)
Act II Scene 1: Quickly, quickly (Miss Wordsworth, Emmie, Cis, Harry)
Act II Scene 1: I don't think you ought! (Nancy, Sid)
Act II Scene 1: Bells offstage - Quick, here they are! (Nancy, Sid, Miss Wordsworth, Superintendent, Mum, Mayor, Florence, Vicar, Lady Billows, Children)
Act II Scene 1: Husssh! ... Harold Wood! (Miss Wordsworth, Harry, Miss Wordsworth, Emmie, Cis, Mum, Lady Billows)
Act II Scene 1: Come, let's sit down (Lady Billows, Mum, Superintendent, Albert, Miss Wordsworth, Mayor, Sid, Children, Florence, Vicar, Nancy)
Act II Scene 1: I'm full of happiness (Lady Billows, Vicar)
Act II Scene 1: As representing our local Council (Mayor, Vicar)
Act II Scene 1: My heart leaps up with joy to see (Miss Wordsworth, Vicar)
Act II Scene 1: Erhumph ... (Superintendent, Vicar)
Act II Scene 1: Go on, Albert! (Mum, Florence, Superintendent, Miss Wordsworth, Mayor, Nancy, Sid, Lady Billows, Albert, Vicar)
Act II Scene 1: Albert the Good! (Vicar, Florence, Albert, Mum, Children, Lady Billows, Miss Wordsworth, Superintendent, Mayor, Nancy, Sid)
Act II Scene 1: Bring the plates! Quickly now! (Sid, Nancy, Children, Miss Wordsworth, Albert, Lady Billows, Florence, Vicar, Mum, Superintendent, Mayor)
Act II Scene 2: Albert the Good! (Albert)
Act II Scene 2: Why did she stare ... ? (Albert)
Act II Scene 2: You oughtn't to whistle (Nancy, Sid)
Act II Scene 2: Come along, darling (Sid, Nancy)
Act II Scene 2: Heaven helps those who help themselves (Albert)
Act II Scene 2: Albert! Albert? Fast asleep, poor kid! (Mum)
Act III: The following afternoon ...
Act III: Is she asleep? (Emmie, Nancy, Cis, Mayor, Harry)
Act III: What the hell d'you think I am? (Sid, Nancy, Superintendent, Mayor)
Act III: How's the manhunt? (Sid, Superintendent, Harry)
Act III: Have you found him? (Mum, Superintendent)
Act III: All that I did! (Mum, Nancy, Miss Wordsworth, Vicar, Harry)
Act III: Fools! (Lady Billows, Nancy, Vicar, Miss Wordsworth, Florence, Mum, Mayor, Superintendent)
Act III: In the midst of life is death (Vicar, Nancy, Mayor, Lady Billows, Superintendent, Florence, Miss Wordsworth, Sid, Mum)
Act III: Albert ... ? (Albert, Lady Billows, Miss Wordsworth, Nancy, Florence, Mayor, Sid, Vicar, Superintendent, Mum, Sid)
Act III: I can't remember anything (Albert, Mum, Nancy, Sid, Lady Bellows, All)
Act III: Hi! That's my girl (Sid, Children, Albert)
Knussen: Higglety Pigglety Pop!, op.21 - or, There must be more to Life / Scene 1 - Jennie - Why am I longing (Jennie, Potted Plant)
Knussen: Higglety Pigglety Pop!, op.21 - or, There must be more to Life / Scene 1 - Jennie - You have two windows (Potted Plant, Jennie)
Knussen: Higglety Pigglety Pop!, op.21 - or, There must be more to Life / Scene 2 - Pig - Hello little Lady (Pig, Jennie)
Knussen: Higglety Pigglety Pop!, op.21 - or, There must be more to Life / Scene 2 - Pig - Change of scene - "If I could eat experience" (Jennie)
Knussen: Higglety Pigglety Pop!, op.21 - or, There must be more to Life / Scene 3 - Cat - You must be going to (Cat, Jennie)
Knussen: Higglety Pigglety Pop!, op.21 - or, There must be more to Life / Scene 3 - Cat - Interlude 1: The Journey to the Big White House
Knussen: Higglety Pigglety Pop!, op.21 - or, There must be more to Life / Scene 4 - Rhoda - Thank you very much for the ride (Jennie, Cat, Rhoda)
Knussen: Higglety Pigglety Pop!, op.21 - or, There must be more to Life / Scene 4 - Rhoda - Are you all right, Miss? (Rhoda, Jennie)
Knussen: Higglety Pigglety Pop!, op.21 - or, There must be more to Life / Scene 5 - Baby - Baby, here is Nurse (Rhoda, Jennie)
Knussen: Higglety Pigglety Pop!, op.21 - or, There must be more to Life / Scene 5 - Baby - Yum, yum (Jennie, Baby)
Knussen: Higglety Pigglety Pop!, op.21 - or, There must be more to Life / Scene 5 - Baby - Who can help me? (Jennie, Baby's Mother)
Knussen: Higglety Pigglety Pop!, op.21 - or, There must be more to Life / Scene 6 - Lion - How black it is (Jennie, Lion, Baby)
Knussen: Higglety Pigglety Pop!, op.21 - or, There must be more to Life / Scene 6 - Lion - Quiet in there! (Jenny, Baby, Lion)
Knussen: Higglety Pigglety Pop!, op.21 - or, There must be more to Life / Scene 7 - Ash-Tree - Now I have nothing (Jennie, Ash-Tree)
Knussen: Higglety Pigglety Pop!, op.21 - or, There must be more to Life / Scene 7 - Ash-Tree - Adagio: A little meditation
Knussen: Higglety Pigglety Pop!, op.21 - or, There must be more to Life / Scene 8 - Recognition - Jennie! Jennie! (Rhoda, Cat, Pig, Jennie, Mother Goose, Lion)
Knussen: Higglety Pigglety Pop!, op.21 - or, There must be more to Life / Scene 8 - Recognition - Interlude 2. The Ride to Castle Yonder
Knussen: Higglety Pigglety Pop!, op.21 - or, There must be more to Life / Scene 8 - Recognition - Hello, as you probably noticed (Jennie)
Knussen: Higglety Pigglety Pop!, op.21 - or, There must be more to Life / Scene 9 - Higglety Pigglety Pop! - Fanfare I - Higglety. Scene 1 - Rhyme 1 (Rhoda, Jennie, Cat, Pig, Lion)
Knussen: Higglety Pigglety Pop!, op.21 - or, There must be more to Life / Scene 9 - Higglety Pigglety Pop! - Fanfare II - Higglety. Scene 2 - Rhyme 2 (Rhoda, Jennie, Cat, Pig, Lion)
Knussen: Higglety Pigglety Pop!, op.21 - or, There must be more to Life / Scene 9 - Higglety Pigglety Pop! - Higglety. Scene 3 - Rhyme 3 (Rhoda, Jennie, Cat, Pig)
Knussen: Where the Wild Things Are, op.20 - Fantasy opera in Nine Scenes - Overture
Knussen: Where the Wild Things Are, op.20 - Fantasy opera in Nine Scenes - Max - Scherzino: "I'm Max! (Max)
Knussen: Where the Wild Things Are, op.20 - Fantasy opera in Nine Scenes - Mama - Scherzo A "Sshh! Sshh!" (Max, Mama)
Knussen: Where the Wild Things Are, op.20 - Fantasy opera in Nine Scenes - Scherzo A: Reprise
Knussen: Where the Wild Things Are, op.20 - Fantasy opera in Nine Scenes - Max's Room - Pantom./Ariette 1:"In the wildest woods" (Max)
Knussen: Where the Wild Things Are, op.20 - Fantasy opera in Nine Scenes - Transformation/Arietta 2: "I jump and bump" (Max)
Knussen: Where the Wild Things Are, op.20 - Fantasy opera in Nine Scenes - Sea Interlude
Knussen: Where the Wild Things Are, op.20 - Fantasy opera in Nine Scenes - The Wild Things - Recit/Musica interna "It must be" (Max, Wild Things)
Knussen: Where the Wild Things Are, op.20 - Fantasy opera in Nine Scenes - Coronation: "... Eat you up" (Wild Things, Max)
Knussen: Where the Wild Things Are, op.20 - Fantasy opera in Nine Scenes - The Wild Rumpus: "Now stop!" (Max, Wild Things)
Knussen: Where the Wild Things Are, op.20 - Fantasy opera in Nine Scenes - Max alone: "I dreamed that once" (Max)
Knussen: Where the Wild Things Are, op.20 - Fantasy opera in Nine Scenes - Parting: "Fe...! Oh please don't go" (Wild Things)
Knussen: Where the Wild Things Are, op.20 - Fantasy opera in Nine Scenes - Second Sea Interlude - "I was very far to" (Max, Mama)
Knussen: Where the Wild Things Are, op.20 - Fantasy opera in Nine Scenes - Max's Room (Max)
Part I: Silence, darkness: In the beginning, before time
Part I: Representation of Chaos
Part I: Paradise
Part I: The Serpent
Part I: Catastrophe: The Implications of the Fall
Part I: Adam's Lament
Part I: The Lament of Mankind
Part II: Prediction
Part III: The Incarnation of the Logos
Part III: Cosmic Dance of the Resurrection: All is transfigured
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream, Op.64 / Act 1 - "Over hill, over dale"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 1 - "Oberon is passing fell and wrath"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 1 - "Well, go thy way"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 1 - "How now my love?"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 1 - "Be it on lion, bear, or wolf, or bull"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream / Act 1 - "Welcome wanderer!"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 1 - "Is all our company here?"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 1 - "Fair love, you faint with wand'ring in the wood"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 1 - "Through the forest have I gone"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 1 - "Stay, though thou kill me, sweet Demetrius"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 1 - "Come, now a roundel and a fairy song"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 1 - "You spotted snakes with double tongue"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 1 - "What thou seest when thou dost wake"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 2 - Introduction: The wood
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 2 - "Are we all met?"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 2 - "I see their knavery"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 2 - "Be kind and courteous to this gentleman"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 2 - "Hail, mortal, hail!"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 2 - "I have a reas'nable good ear in music"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 2 - "How now, mad spirit?"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 2 - "Flower of this purple dye"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 2 - "Puppet? Why so?"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 2 - "This is thy negligence"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 2 - "Up and down, up and down"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 2 - "On the ground, sleep sound"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 3 - "My gentle Robin, see'st thou this sweet sight?"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 3 - "Helena! Hermi! Demetrius! Lysander!"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 3 - "When my cue comes, call me"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 3 - "Have you sent to Bottom's house?"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 3 - "Now, fair Hippolyta"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 3 - "If we offend, it is with our good will"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 3 - "Gentles, perchance you wonder at this show"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 3 - "In this same interlude it doth befall"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 3 - "O grim-look'd night, O night with hue so black"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 3 - "O wall, full often hast thou heard my moans"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 3 - "You ladies, you whose gentle hearts do fear"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 3 - "This lanthorn doth the horned moon present"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 3 - "Sweet moon, I thank thee for thy sunny beams"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 3 - "Asleep, my love?"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 3 - "Come, your Bergomask"
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera in Three Acts, Op.64 - Act 3 - "Now the hungry lion roars"
To this shrine of the first Christians (Son)
Ask me not. Never search the inexpressible mystery of death (Mother)
Wait! Do not forsake your grieving son (Son)


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