Thomas Randle

Britten: Beggar's Opera / Curnyn, Bickley, White, Jones, Randle
Release Date: 10/27/2009   Label: Chandos  
Catalog: 10548   Number of Discs: 2
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The Men of Cotsall (Chorus)
Sweet Little Linnet (Hugh)
Hugh's Song of the Road (Chorus, Hugh)
Love at First Sight (Hugh, Mary, Chorus)
The Best Man in England (Baritone solo, Chorus)
Alone and Friendless (Hugh)
The Fight and its Sequel (Baritone solo, Mary, Hugh, Chorus)
Hugh in the Stocks (Hugh)
Mary Escapes (Mary, Chorus)
Freedom at last (Hugh, Mary, Chorus)
Introduction: If Poverty be a title to Poetry (Beggar)
Act I: Through all the employments of life (Peachum)
Act I: Sir, black Moll hath sent word (Filch, Peachum)
Act I: 'Tis Woman that seduces all Mankind (Filch, Peachum)
Act I: But it is now high time to look about me (Peachum, Mrs. Peachum)
Act I: Women indeed are bitter bad judges - ...ev'ry Man handsome who is going to the Camp - If any wench Venus' Girdle wear (Mrs. Peachum)
Act I: Was Captain Macheath here this morning? (Peachum, Mrs. Peachum)
Act I: If Love the Virgin's Heart invade (Mrs. Peachum, Peachum)
Act I: A Maid is like the Golden ore (Mrs. Peachum)
Act I: Come hither, Filch (Mrs. Peachum, Filch)
Act I: I know as well as any of the fine ladies (Polly) - Virgins are like the fair flower in its lustre (Polly, Peachum)
Act I: Our Polly is a sad slut! (Mrs. Peachum, Omnes, Peachum, Polly)
Act I: Can Love be controlled by Advice? (Polly, Mrs. Peachum, Peachum)
Act I: The girl shows such a readiness (Mrs. Peachum) - O Polly, you might have toyed and kissed (Mrs. Peachum, Polly, Omnes, Peachum)
Act I: I, like a Ship in storms, was tossed (Polly, Mrs. Peachum, Peachum)
Act I: A fox may steal your hens, Sir (Peachum, Mrs. Peachum, Polly)
Act I: O ponder well! Be not severe (Polly, Mrs. Peachum)
Act I: The Turtle thus with plaintive crying, her Lover dying (Polly, Mrs. Peachum, Peachum)
Act I: Now I'm a wretch indeed! (Polly, Omnes, Macheath)
Act I: My heart was so free (Macheath, Polly)
Act I: Were I laid on Greenland's coast (Macheath, Polly, Omnes)
Act I: O! what pain it is to part! (Polly, Macheath)
Act I: The Miser thus a shilling sees (Macheath, Polly)
Act I: But pr'thee, Mat, what is become of thy brother Tom? (Ben Budge, Mat of the Mint, Jemmy Twitcher, Nimming Ned, Harry Paddington, Wat Dreary)
Act I: Fill ev'ry glass, for wine inspires us (Gentlemen of the Road)
Act I: Gentlemen, well met (Macheath, Mat of the Mint)
Act I: I shall wish myself with you (Macheath) - Let us take the road (Harry Paddington, Gentlemen of the Road)
Act I: If the heart of a man is depressed with cares (Macheath)
Act I: Dear Mrs. Coaxer, you are welcome (Macheath) - Youth's the season made for joys (Macheath, Ladies of the Town)
Act I: Now pray, ladies, take your places (Macheath, Jenny Diver, Mrs. Coaxer)
Act I: It is your own choice (Jenny Diver) - Before the barn-door crowing (Jenny Diver, Ladies of the Town, Macheath, Dolly Trull, Suky Tawdry)
Act I: But to be sure, Sir (Jenny Diver) - The Gamesters and Lawyers are jugglers alike (Ladies of the Town, Betty Doxy, Macheath, Peachum)
Act I: The gentleman, ladies, lodges in Newgate - Constables, wait upon the Captain to his lodgings (Peachum) - At the Tree I shall suffer with pleasure (Macheath)
Act II: Noble Captain, you are welcome (Lockit, Macheath)
Act II: Man may escape from rope and gun (Macheath, Lucy Lockit)
Act II: Thus when a good Housewife sees a rat (Lucy Lockit, Macheath)
Act II: It is the pleasure of all you fine men (Lucy Lockit) - How cruel are the traytors (Lucy Lockit, Macheath)
Act II: The first time at the looking glass (Macheath, Lucy Lockit)
Act II: In this last affair, brother Peachum, we are agreed (Lockit, Peachum)
Act II: Such language, brother, anywhere else (Lockit) - When you censure the age (Lockit, Lucy Lockit)
Act II: Is then his fate decreed, Sir? (Lucy Lockit, Lockit)
Act II: Though the Chaplain was out of the way to-day (Lucy Lockit, Macheath, Polly)
Act II: Thus when the Swallow seeking prey (Polly, Macheath, Lucy Lockit)
Act II: If women's tongues can cease for an answer (Macheath) - I will not! (Lucy Lockit) - How happy could I be with either (Macheath, Polly)
Act II: Cease your funning (Polly, Omnes, Macheath, Lucy Lockit)
Act II: Why how now, Madam Flirt! (Lucy Lockit, Polly, Peachum, Lockit)
Act II: No power on earth can e'er divide (Lucy Lockit, Macheath, Lockit, Peachum, Omnes)
Act III: To be sure, wench, you must have been aiding and abetting (Lockit, Lucy Lockit)
Act III: Dear Sir, mention not my education (Lucy Lockit, Lockit)
Act III: Ungrateful Macheath! (Lucy Lockit, Lockit)
Act III: Thus Gamesters united in friendship are found (Lockit)
Act III: Our scene doth represent a Gaming House (Beggar) - The modes of the Court so common are grown (Macheath, Ben Budge, Mat of the Mint, Omnes)
Act III: The Coronation account, brother Peachum (Lockit, Peachum, Servant, Mrs. Trapes)
Act III: In the days of my youth I could bill like a dove (Mrs. Trapes, Lockit, Peachum)
Act III: In the days of my youth I could bill like a dove (Mrs. Trapes, Beggar)
Act III: Jealousy, rage, love and fear (Lucy Lockit)
Act III: I have the Rat's-bane ready (Lucy Lockit, Filch, Polly)
Act III: A curse attends a woman's love (Polly, Lucy Lockit)
Act III: When I was forced from him (Polly, Lucy Lockit)
Act III: Come, sweet lass (Lucy Lockit, Polly)
Act III: Now every glimmering of happiness is lost (Polly, Lucy Lockit, Macheath, Peachum)
Act III: Which way shall I turn me, how can I decide? (Macheath, Polly)
Act III: Dear, dear Sir, sink the material evidence (Polly)
Act III: How then can you be a tyrant to me (Lucy Lockit) - When he holds up his hand arraigned for his life (Lucy Lockit, Lockit)
Act III: Ourselves, like the Great, to secure a retreat (Lockit, Peachum)
Act III: We are ready, Sir... (Lockit) - conduct you to the Old Bailey! (Lockit, Lucy Lockit, Polly, Macheath, Peachum, Omnes)
Act III: O cruel, cruel case! (Macheath, Jailer)
Act III: Would I might be hanged! (Polly, Lucy Lockit, Macheath)
Act III: But surely you don't intend that Macheath shall really executed? (Mat of the Mint, Beggar, Ben Budge, Lucy Lockit, Polly, Lockit, Peachum)
Act III: Thus I stand like a Turk, with his doxies around (Macheath, Mrs. Peachum, Peachum, Ladies of the Town, Gentlemen of the Road, Lucy Lockit, Polly, Mrs. Trapes, Lockit)
Part I: Introduction and Chorus: No, it cannot be done (Ironic Spirit, Columbus, Chorus)
Part I: Dialogue: My name is Christopher (Columbus, Ironic Spirit) -
Part I: You cannot do that alone (Ironic Spirit, Columbus)
Part I: Recitation and Chorus: Finding his way by starts and gleams (Ironic Spirit, Chorus) -
Part I: Now the game is beginning (Columbus)
Part I: Court Music: Sarabande - Senor Columbus (Isabella, Columbus) -
Part I: Down in the Kingdom of Granada (Isabella), "Marquesa's Song" -
Part I: But how can they know? (Columbus, Ironic Spirit, Men's chorus)
Part I: No! No! No! (Men's Chorus, Ironic Spirit) -
Part I: Go and look at the sunset (Columbus) -
Part I: I haven't seen her for years (Columbus) - When will he return? (Beatriz), "Beatriz's Song" -
Part I: May I come up? (Columbus, Beatriz) - Kyrie: You have no right to take a rose from my courtyard (Beatriz, Men's Chorus) -
Part I: So, my son, you are leaving Spain? (Ironic Spirit, Columbus)
Part I: Granada has fallen! (Chorus, Columbus) -
Part I: Give me a ship, Your Majesty (Columbus) - Fanfare I - On this day, the thirteenth of April (Herald) - Fanfare II - In the name of the Holy Trinity and Eternal Unity (Herald) - Fanafe III - They have givne me all that I asked (Columbus)
Part II: Introduction - Port Music: Oyez! Oyez! Oyez! (Herald)
Part II: There be three ships (Woman Singer), "Woman's Song"
Part II: Instrumental Reprise of Beatriz's Song - I heard you were due to sail (Beatriz, Columbus) -
Part II: Drum (Beatriz, Columbus)
Part II: Litany of the Saints: Per Domimum (Chorus) - Capstan Shanty: We're bound upon a wild goose quest (Tenor) -
Part II: On these ships they are singing (Ironic Spirit) - Shanty: We've gone away for ever (Tenor)
Part II: Sea Music: Friday, August the third (Columbus) -
Part II: The sailors steered badly (Ironic Spirit, Sailor)
Part II: Night Music: Where shall wisdom be found...? (Columbus) -
Part II: Listen to me, Senores (Columbus) -
Part II: Gold, Senores, gold... (Columbus, Speaking Chorus) -
Part II: October the eleventh (Columbus)
Part II: Stand by for the Dawn! (Columbus, Speaking Chorus) - Te Deum laudamus (Men's Chorus)
Part II: Look 'ee yonder (Ironic Spirit, Indian Chorus, Baritone) - Fanfare - In the name of the Holy Trinity (Columbus)
Part II: Dialogue: Have you heard the news, Your Grace? (Isabella, Ironic Spirit) - Back from the West (Speaking Chorus, Ironic Spirit, Herald) -
Part II: I took three ships (Columbus)
Part II: Finale: Glory, glory to God (Tenor, Chorus, Columbus)
The Men of Cotsall (Chorus)
Sweet Little Linnet (Hugh)
Hugh's Song of the Road (Chorus)
Love at First Sight (Hugh, Mary, Chorus)
The Best Man in England (Baritone solo, Chorus)
Alone and Friendless (Hugh)
The Fight and its Sequel (Baritone solo, Mary, Hugh, Chorus)
Hugh in the Stocks (Hugh)
Mary Escapes (Mary, Chorus)
Freedom at last (Hugh, Mary, Chorus)
Requiem aeternam
Dies irae
Agnus Dei
Libera me

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