Toby Spence

Biography

Country: England  
Toby Spence is a British tenor who by the turn of the century had begun to establish a solid career, particularly in the fields of early opera and concert singing.

He was a choral scholar at New College, Oxford, a position won by competitive audition that awards those who qualify an education at Oxford while singing daily services and other musical activities with the Choir of New College. He graduated from Oxford with honors. He then
Read more attended the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London. Before he graduated, he had already made his debut at London's Barbican Centre singing in Sibelius' Incidental Music to The Tempest with the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra under Neeme Järvi, sung with the RIAS Berlin in Handel's Theodora, toured with the Mark Morris Dance Group Dance Umbrella singing in Brahms' Liebeslieder-Walzer, and made his Wigmore Hall, London, recital debut in the Schubertiade Series.

He won a scholarship to study in 1995 at the Ravinia Festival in Chicago. While still a student he also sang at the Cheltenham and Brighton Festivals.

While in the United States he made a concert debut with the Cleveland Orchestra under Christoph von Dohnanyi and then, in the same debut season, appeared with the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra under Richard Hickox, with John Eliot Gardiner and the Monteverdi Choir and Orchestra, and with the Royal Philharmonic and Royal Scottish National Orchestras.

Also that year, he sang in two major oratorio performances: Haydn's The Creation and Bach's St. Matthew Passion, both with Frans Brüggen and the Orchestra of the Eighteenth Century.

His operatic debut with the Welsh National Opera also took place in the 1995/1996 season. He sang the role of Idamante in Mozart's Idomeneo and went on during that season to debut at La Monnaie in Brussels as Pane in Cavalli's La Calisto under René Jacobs, to repeat the role of Idamante at the Bavarian State Opera in Munich, and to sing in Alzira under Mark Elder at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, in London.

His debut at the Salzburg Festival was in 1996 with Roger Norrington, where Spence sang in Mozart's Mitridate, Rè di Ponto in a concert performance, and sang with Sir Charles Mackerras conducting at the Edinburgh Festival. In the 1996/1997 season, he again chose Idamante as a debut role, this time at the Scottish Opera, and returned to Brussels where he sang Tamino in Mozart's Magic Flute.

Other operas in which he has appeared include Il matrimonio segreto with the Deutsche Staatsoper Berlin, Il ritorno d'Ulisse in Patria with the Netherlands Opera in Amsterdam and on tour in Sydney, Rossini's The Barber of Seville (as Almaviva), Oronte in Alcina, David in Die Meistersinger von Nurnberg (La Monnaie), and Hylas in Les Troyens (Salzburg Festival).

He has appeared in concert with the Luxembourg Philharmonic, L'Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin, Les Musiciens du Louvre, the Montreux Festival, the Rotterdam Philharmonic under Gergiev, the San Francisco Symphony with Tilson Thomas conducting, and the BBC Proms concerts.

His recordings include a Philips release of the St. Matthew Passion performance with Brüggen. He has appeared on the Deutsche Grammophon, Hyperion, EMI, Collins Classics, Decca, and BMG-RCA labels. Read less
Britten: Les Illuminations, Etc / Spence, Gould, Owen, Scottish Ensemble
Release Date: 02/10/2015   Label: Linn Records  
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Biography

Country: England  
Toby Spence is a British tenor who by the turn of the century had begun to establish a solid career, particularly in the fields of early opera and concert singing.

He was a choral scholar at New College, Oxford, a position won by competitive audition that awards those who qualify an education at Oxford while singing daily services and other musical activities with the Choir of New College. He graduated from Oxford with honors. He then
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WORKS ALBUMS
TITLE/COMPOSER
LABEL
Fanfare
Villes
Phrase
Antique
Royaute
Marine
Interlude
Being Beauteous
Parade
Depart
No. 1. Prologue
No. 2. Pastoral
No. 3. Nocturne
No. 4. Elegy
No. 5. Dirge
No. 6. Hymn
No. 7. Sonnet
No. 8. Epilogue
Introduction
Act I Scene 1: Duet: Click, clack, click, clack (Simon, Joan)
Act I Scene 1: Chorus with Solos: Hobble, hobble, now we've caught her (Chorus, Joan, Simon)
Act I Scene 1: Semi-Chorus: Maidens and men of Mirlemont town (Chorus)
Act I Scene 1: Prayer: Dear Mary Mother, unto thee I bring (Laine)
Act I Scene 1: Quartet: Who stands within? (Simon, Joan, Devil, Laine)
Act I Scene 1: Recitative and Song: Since it dwelt in that rock whose hallowed crest (Devil)
Act I Scene 1: Appearance of Laine
Act I Scene 1: Change of Scene
Act I Scene 2: Full Chorus: The bells are ringing o'er Mirlemont town (Chorus)
Act I Scene 2: Full Chorus: Maidens and men of Mirlemont town (Chorus)
Act I Scene 2: Duet: My name is crazy Jacqueline (Jacqueline, Devil)
Act I Scene 2: The bells are ringing o'er Mirlemont town (Chorus)
Act I Scene 2: Scene: Know ye all, both great and small (Nicholas, Philip)
Act I Scene 2: Scene: I am Loyse from St. Denis (Loyse, Chorus, Saida, Philip, Nicholas)
Act I Scene 2: Scene: In the hills beyond Florennes (Isabeau, Chorus, Saida, Devil, Philip, Nicholas)
Act I Scene 2: Scene: I am Barbe of Bovigny (Barbe, Chorus)
Act I Scene 2: Finale: Go, bring forth old Simon's daughter! (Chorus)
Act I Scene 2: Finale: By Our Lady, she is fair! (Philip, Chorus, Nicholas, Saida)
Act I Scene 2: Finale: Oh, turn thine eyes away (Saida, Philip, Chorus)
Act I Scene 2: Finale: In vain ye plead, some magic spell enthralls him! (Saida, Guntran, Devil, Chorus, Joan, Simon, Philip)
Act I Scene 2: Finale: I can but tell I knelt and prayed (Laine, Philip, Chorus)
Act III Scene 1: Change of Scene
Act III Scene 2: Chorus and Dance: O'er Mirlemont city the banners are flying (Chorus)
Act III Scene 2: Exit of Guntran and Crowd
Act III Scene 2: Finale: Hail to the lord of our land! (Chorus, Guntran, Joan, Laine, Simon, Jacqueline, Philip, Devil)
The Tempest, Act 1: Scene I: Hell is empty
The Tempest, Act 1, Scene II: Oh father
The Tempest, Act 1, Scene II: Miranda - you are my care
The Tempest, Act 1, Scene II: What you hvae told me
The Tempest, Act 1: Scene III: Fear. Fear to the sinner
The Tempest, Act 1: Scene IV: Sorcerer die
The Tempest, Act 1, Scene V: Sir? Have you recovered them?
The Tempest, Act 1, Scene V: Five Fathoms deep
The Tempest, Act 1: Scene VI: As i sat weeping
The Tempest, Act 2, Scene I: Alive, awake
The Tempest, Act 2, Scene I: I had the notion I flew
The Tempest, Act 2, Scene II: A monster!
The Tempest, Act 2, Scene II: Friends don't fear...
The Tempest, Act 2, Scene II: We'll find the prince
The Tempest, Act 2: Scene III: They won't find him
The Tempest, Act 2: Scene IV: What was before
The Tempest, Act 3, Scene I: (Orchestral)
The Tempest, Act 3, Scene I: This way
The Tempest, Act 3, Scene II: Spirit must I right
The Tempest, Act 3, Scene II: Fool. You've tired us out
The Tempest, Act 3, Scene II: Murder!
The Tempest, Act 3, Scene II: Help us!
The Tempest, Act 3, Scene III: Father
The Tempest, Act 3, Scene III: Murder this man
The Tempest, Act 3, Scene IV: Quietness
The Tempest, Act 3, Scene IV: How good they are
The Tempest, Act 3, Scene IV: How these things
The Tempest, Act 3: Scene V: Who was here
The Creation (Oratorio in 3 parts), Part 1: Ouverture
The Creation (Oratorio in 3 parts), Part 1: Recit: Im Anfange... (Raphael)
The Creation (Oratorio in 3 parts), Part 1: Aria: Nun schwanden... (Uriel)
The Creation (Oratorio in 3 parts), Part 1: Recit: Und Gott machte... (Raphael)
The Creation (Oratorio in 3 parts), Part 1: Solo mit Chor: Mit Staunen... (Gabriel)
The Creation (Oratorio in 3 parts), Part 1: Recit: Und Gott sprach; es sammelte... (Raphael)
The Creation (Oratorio in 3 parts), Part 1: Aria: Rollend und schäumend... (Raphael)
The Creation (Oratorio in 3 parts), Part 1: Recit: Und Gott sprach; es bringe die Erde... (Gabriel)
The Creation (Oratorio in 3 parts), Part 1: Aria: Nun beut die Flur...(Gabriel)
The Creation (Oratorio in 3 parts), Part 1: Recit: Und die himmlischen Heerscharen...(Uriel)
The Creation (Oratorio in 3 parts), Part 1: Chorus: Stimmt an die Saiten (Chorus)
The Creation (Oratorio in 3 parts), Part 1: Recit: Und gott sprache: es sei'n Lichet...(Uriel)
The Creation (Oratorio in 3 parts), Part 1: Recit: In volle Glanze steiget...(Uriel)
The Creation (Oratorio in 3 parts), Part 1: Trio und Chorus: Die Himmel erzählen die Ehre (Raphael/Uriel/Gabriel/Chorus)
The Creation (Oratorio in 3 parts), Part 2: Recit: Und Gott sprach: Es bringe das Wasser (Gabriel)
The Creation (Oratorio in 3 parts), Part 2: Aria: Auf starkem Fittische...(Gabriel)
The Creation (Oratorio in 3 parts), Part 2: Recit: Und Gott schuf grosse Walfische (Raphael)
The Creation (Oratorio in 3 parts), Part 2: Recit: Und die Engel rührten...(Raphael)
The Creation (Oratorio in 3 parts), Part 2: Trio und Chorus: In holder Anmut steh'n (Raphael/Uriel/Gabriel/Chorus)
Magnificat in D Major, BWV243: Magnificat
Magnificat in D Major, BWV243: Et exsultavit
Magnificat in D Major, BWV243: Quia respexit
Magnificat in D Major, BWV243: Omnes generationes
Magnificat in D Major, BWV243: Quia fecit mihi magna
Magnificat in D Major, BWV243: Et misericordia
Magnificat in D Major, BWV243: Fecit potentiam
Magnificat in D Major, BWV243: Deposuit potentes
Magnificat in D Major, BWV243: Esurentes implevit bonis
Magnificat in D Major, BWV243: Suscepit Israel
Magnificat in D Major, BWV243: Sicut Iocutus est
Magnificat in D Major, BWV243: Gloria Patri
Dixit Dominus HWV 232: Dixit Dominus Domino meo (chorus)
Dixit Dominus HWV 232: Virgam virtutis tuae (countertenor)
Dixit Dominus HWV 232: Tecum principium in die virtutis tuae (soprano)
Dixit Dominus HWV 232: Juravit Dominus (chorus)
Dixit Dominus HWV 232: Secundum ordinem Melchisedech (chorus)
Dixit Dominus HWV 232: Dominus a dextris tuis (quintet, chorus)
Dixit Dominus HWV 232: De torrente in via bibet (sopranos, chorus)
Dixit Dominus HWV 232: Gloria Patri et Filio (chorus)
Part I: Sinfonia
Part I: Accompanied recitative: Comfort ye, my people (Tenor)
Part I: Aria: Every valley shall be exalted (Tenor)
Part I: Chorus: And the glory of the Lord
Part I: Accompanied recitative: Thus saith the Lord of Hosts (Bass)
Part I: Aria: But who may abide the day of His coming (Countertenor)
Part I: Chorus: And He shall purify
Part I: Recitative: Behold, a virgin shall conceive, and bear a son (Countertenor)
Part I: Aria and Chorus: O thou that tellest good tidings to Zion (Countertenor)
Part I: Accompanied recitative: For behold, darkness shall cover the earth (Bass)
Part I: Aria: The people that walked in darkness (Bass)
Part I: Chorus: For unto us a Child is born
Part I: Pifa
Part I: Accompanied recitative: There were shepherds abiding in the field (Trebles)
Part I: Chorus: Glory to God in the highest
Part I: Aria: Rejoice greatly, O daughter of Zion (Tenor)
Part I: Recitative: Then shall the eyes of the blind be opened (Countertenor)
Part I: Aria: He shall feed His flock like a shepherd (Countertenor, Treble)
Part I: Chorus: His yoke is easy, His burthen is light
Part II: Chorus: Behold, the Lamb of God
Part II: Aria: He was despised and rejected of men (Countertenor)
Part III: Aria: I know that my redeemer liveth (Treble)
Part III: Chorus: Since by man came death
Part III: Accompanied recitative: Behold, I tell you a mystery (Bass)
Part III: Aria: The trumpet shall sound (Bass)
Part III: Recitative: Then shall be brought to pass the saying that is written (Countertenor)
Part III: Duet: O death, where is thy sting (Countertenor and Tenor)
Part III: Chorus: But thanks be to God
Part III: Aria: If God is for us, who can be against us (Countertenor)
Part III: Chorus: Worthy is the Lamb that was slain
Part III: Chorus: Amen
Requiem et Kyrie
Dies irae
Quid sum miser
Rex tremendae
Quaerens me
Lacrimosa
No. 1. Fanfare
No. 2. Villes
No. 3. Phrase
No. 4. Antique
No. 4. Royaute
No. 5. Marine
No. 6. Interlude
No. 7. Being Beauteous
No. 8. Parade
No. 9. Depart
No. 1. Prologue
No. 2. Pastoral
No. 3. Nocturne
No. 4. Elegy
No. 5. Dirge
No. 6. Hymn
No. 7. Sonnet
No. 8. Epilogue
Beethoven: 25 Scottish Songs, Op.108 - No.9 Behold my Love how green the groves (R. Burns)
Beethoven: 25 Scottish Songs, Op.108 - No.10 Sympathy (W. Smith)
Beethoven: 25 Scottish Songs, Op.108 - No.11 Oh! thou art the lad of my heart (W. Smith)
Beethoven: 25 Scottish Songs, Op.108 - No.12 Oh! had my fate been join'd with thine (Lord Byron)
Beethoven: 25 Scottish Songs, Op.108 - No.13 Come fill, fill, my good fellow (W. Smyth)
Beethoven: 25 Scottish Songs, Op.108 - No.14 O, how can I be blithe and glad (R. Burns)
Beethoven: 25 Scottish Songs, Op.108 - No.15 O cruel was my father (A. Ballantyne)
Beethoven: 25 Scottish Songs, Op.108 - No.16 Could this ill world have been contriv'd (J. Hogg)
Beethoven: 25 Scottish Songs, Op.108 - No.1 Music, Love and Wine (W. Smyth)
Beethoven: 25 Scottish Songs, Op.108 - No.2 Sunset (Walter Scott)
Beethoven: 25 Scottish Songs, Op.108 - No.3 Oh! Sweet were the hours (W. Smyth)
Beethoven: 25 Scottish Songs, Op.108 - No.4 The Maid of Isla (Walter Scott)
Beethoven: 25 Scottish Songs, Op.108 - No.5 The sweetest lad was Jamie (W. Smyth)
Beethoven: 25 Scottish Songs, Op.108 - No.6 Dim, dim is my eye (W. Smyth?)
Beethoven: 25 Scottish Songs, Op.108 - No.7 Bonney laddie, highland laddie (J. Hogg)
Beethoven: 25 Scottish Songs, Op.108 - No.8 The lovely lass of Inverness (R. Burns)
Beethoven: 25 Scottish Songs, Op.108 - No.17 O Mary, at thy window be (R. Burns)
Beethoven: 25 Scottish Songs, Op.108 - No.18 Enchantress, fare well (Walter Scott)
Beethoven: 25 Scottish Songs, Op.108 - No.19 O swiftly glides the bonny boat (J. Baillie)
Beethoven: 25 Scottish Songs, Op.108 - No.20 Faithfu' Johnie
Beethoven: 25 Scottish Songs, Op.108 - No.21 Jeanie's Distress (W. Smyth)
Beethoven: 25 Scottish Songs, Op.108 - No.22 The Highland Watch (J. Hogg)
Beethoven: 25 Scottish Songs, Op.108 - No.23 The Shepherd's Song (J. Baillie)
Beethoven: 25 Scottish Songs, Op.108 - No.24 Again, my Lyre (W. Smyth)
Beethoven: 25 Scottish Songs, Op.108 - No.25 Sally in our Alley
Beethoven: 20 Irish Songs, WoO 153 - No.6 Sad and luckless was the season (W. Smyth)
Beethoven: 20 Irish Songs, WoO 153 - No.3 The British light dragoons (Walter Scott)
Beethoven: 20 Irish Songs, WoO 153 - No.1 When eve's last rays in twilight die (D. Thomson)
Beethoven: 20 Irish Songs, WoO 153 - No.4 Since greybeards inform us that youth will decay (T. Toms)
Beethoven: 20 Irish Songs, WoO 153 - No.2 No riches from his scanty store (H.M. Williams)
Beethoven: 20 Irish Songs, WoO 153 - No.5 I dream'd I lay where flow'rs were springing (R. Burns)
Beethoven: 20 Irish Songs, WoO 153 - No.9 The kiss, dear Maid, thy lip has left (Lord Byron)
Beethoven: 20 Irish Songs, WoO 153 - No.7 O soothe me, my lyre (W. Smyth)
Beethoven: 20 Irish Songs, WoO 153 - No.15 'Tis but in vain, for nothing thrives (W. Smyth)
Beethoven: 20 Irish Songs, WoO 153 - No.11 When far from the Home (D. Thomson)
Beethoven: 20 Irish Songs, WoO 153 - No.13 'Tis Sunshine at last (W. Smyth)
Beethoven: 20 Irish Songs, WoO 153 - No.8 Norah of Balamagairy (A. Boswell)
Beethoven: 20 Irish Songs, WoO 153 - No.19 Judy, lovely, matchless creature (A. Boswell)
Beethoven: 20 Irish Songs, WoO 153 - No.12 I'll praise the Saints with early song (W. Smyth)
Beethoven: 20 Irish Songs, WoO 153 - No.18 No more, my Mary, I sigh for splendour (W. Smyth)
Beethoven: 20 Irish Songs, WoO 153 - No.20 Thy ship must sail, my Henry dear (W. Smyth)
Beethoven: 20 Irish Songs, WoO 153 - No.14 Paddy O'Rafferty (A. Boswell)
Beethoven: 20 Irish Songs, WoO 153 - No.16 O might I but my Patrick love (W. Smyth)
Beethoven: 20 Irish Songs, WoO 153 - No.10 Oh! thou hapless soldier (W. Smyth)
Beethoven: 20 Irish Songs, WoO 153 - No.17 Come, Darby dear (W. Smyth)
Beethoven: 12 Irish Songs, WoO 154 - No.2 Oh harp of Erin (D. Thomson)
Beethoven: 12 Irish Songs, WoO 154 - No.12 He promis'd me at parting (W. Smith)
Beethoven: 12 Irish Songs, WoO 154 - No.4 The pulse of an Irishman (A. Boswell)
Beethoven: 12 Irish Songs, WoO 154 - No.3 The Farewell Song (W. Smyth)
Beethoven: 12 Irish Songs, WoO 154 - No.8 Save me from the grave and wise (W. Smyth)
Beethoven: 12 Irish Songs, WoO 154 - No.9 Oh! would I were but that sweet linnet (W. Smyth)
Beethoven: 12 Irish Songs, WoO 154 - No.10 The hero may perish his country (W. Smith)
Beethoven: 12 Irish Songs, WoO 154 - No.6 Put round the bright wine (W. Smith)
Beethoven: 12 Irish Songs, WoO 154 - No.5 Oh! who, my dear Dermot (W. Smyth)
Beethoven: 12 Irish Songs, WoO 154 - No.7 From Garyone, my happy home (T. Toms)
Beethoven: 12 Irish Songs, WoO 154 - No.11 The soldier in a foreign land (J. Baillie)
Beethoven: 12 Irish Songs, WoO 154 - No.1 The Elfin Fairies (D. Thomson)
Beethoven: 23 Songs of various Nationalities, WoO 158a - 6. A Madel, ja a Madel
Beethoven: 23 Songs of various Nationalities, WoO 158a - 21. Tiranilla Española
Beethoven: 23 Songs of various Nationalities, WoO 158a - 7. Wer solche Buema afipackt
Beethoven: 23 Songs of various Nationalities, WoO 158a - 2. Horch auf, mein Liebchen (Wenzel Müller)
Beethoven: 23 Songs of various Nationalities, WoO 158a - 10. Poszla baba po popiól
Beethoven: 23 Songs of various Nationalities, WoO 158a - 16. Schöne Minka, ich muß scheiden
Beethoven: 23 Songs of various Nationalities, WoO 158a - 18. An ä Bergli bin i gesässe
Beethoven: 23 Songs of various Nationalities, WoO 158a - 15. Kak posli nasi podruzki
Beethoven: 23 Songs of various Nationalities, WoO 158a - 5. Teppichkrämer-Lied
Beethoven: 23 Songs of various Nationalities, WoO 158a - 14. Akh, recen'ki, recen'ki
Beethoven: 23 Songs of various Nationalities, WoO 158a - 3. Wegen meiner bleib d'Fräula (Wenzel Müller)
Beethoven: 23 Songs of various Nationalities, WoO 158a - 13. Vo lesocke komarockov mnogo urodilos'
Beethoven: 23 Songs of various Nationalities, WoO 158a - 23. Da brava, Catina (Canzonetta veneziana)
Beethoven: 23 Songs of various Nationalities, WoO 158a - 1. Ridder Stigs Runer
Beethoven: 23 Songs of various Nationalities, WoO 158a - 11. Yo no quiero embarcarme
Beethoven: 23 Songs of various Nationalities, WoO 158a - 17. Lilla Carl (Vaggvisa) (Carl Michael Bellman)
Beethoven: 23 Songs of various Nationalities, WoO 158a - 20. Como la mariposa soy
Beethoven: 23 Songs of various Nationalities, WoO 158a - 9. Oj, oj upilem sie w karczmie
Beethoven: 23 Songs of various Nationalities, WoO 158a - 19. Una paloma blanca
Beethoven: 23 Songs of various Nationalities, WoO 158a - 22. Édes kinos emlékezet
Beethoven: 23 Songs of various Nationalities, WoO 158a - 4. Wann i in der Früh aufsteh
Beethoven: 23 Songs of various Nationalities, WoO 158a - 12. Seus lindos olhos
Beethoven: 23 Songs of various Nationalities, WoO 158a - 8. Ih mag di nit nehma
Fairies
Keepsake Mill
If no one ever marries me
Stars
The Swing
Mustard and Cress
No.1 Chorus I/II: "Kommt, ihr Töchter, helft mir klagen"
No.2 Evangelist, Jesus: "Da Jesus diese Rede vollendet hatte"
No.3 Choral: "Herzliebster Jesu, was hast du verbrochen"
No.4 Evangelist, Chorus I/II, Jesus: "Da versammelten sich die Hohenpriester"
No.5 Recitative (Alto): "Du lieber Heiland du"
No.6 Aria (Alto): "Buss und Reu"
No.7 Evangelist, Judas: "Da ging hin der Zwölfen einer"
No.8 Aria (Soprano): "Blute nur, du liebes Herz"
No.9 Evangelist, Chorus I, Jesus: "Aber am ersten Tage der süssen Brot"
No.10 Choral: "Ich bin's, ich sollte büssen"
No.11 Evangelist, Jesus, Judas: "Er antwortete und sprach"
No.12 Recitative (Soprano): "Wiewohl mein Herz in Tränen schwimmt"
No.13 Aria (Soprano): "Ich will dir mein Herz schenken"
No.14 Evangelist, Jesus: "Und da sie den Lobgesang gesprochen hatten"
No.15 Choral: "Erkenne mich, mein Hüter"
No.16 Evangelist, Jesus, Petrus: "Petrus aber antwortete"
No.17 Choral: "Ich will hier bei dir stehen"
No.18 Evangelist, Jesus: "Da kam Jesus mit ihnen zu einem Hofe"
No.19 Recitative (Tenor, Chorus II): "O Schmerz! hier zittert das gequälte Herz"
No.20 Aria (Tenor, Chorus II): "Ich will bei meinem Jesu wachen"
No.21 Evangelist, Jesus: "Und ging hin ein wenig"
No.22 Recitative (Bass): "Der Heiland fällt vor seinem Vater nieder"
No.23 Aria (Bass): "Gerne will ich mich bequemen"
No.24 Evangelist, Jesus: "Und er kam zu seinen Jüngern"
No.25 Choral: "Was mein Gott will, das g'scheh allzeit"
No.26 Evangelist, Jesus, Judas: "Und er kam und fand sie aber schlafend"
No.27 Aria (Soprano, Alto, Chorus II): "So ist mein Jesus nun gefangen" - Chorus I/II: "Sind Blitze, sind Donner"
No.28 Evangelist, Jesus: "Und siehe, einer aus denen"
No.29 Choral: "O Mensch, bewein dein Sünde groß"
No.30 Aria (Alto, Chorus II): "Ach nun ist mein Jesu hin"
No.31 Evangelist: "Die aber Jesum gegriffen hatten"
No.32 Choral: "Mir hat die Welt trüglich gericht"
No.33 Evangelist, Pontifex, Testis I/II: "Und wiewohl viel falsche Zeugen herzutraten"
No.34 Recitative (Tenor): "Mein Jesus schweigt zu falschen Lügen stille"
No.35 Aria (Tenor): "Geduld"
No.36 Evangelist, Pontifex, Jesus, Chorus I/II: "Und der Hohepriester antwortete"
No.37 Choral: "Wer hat dich so geschlagen"
No.38 Evangelist, Ancilla I/II, Petrus, Chorus II: "Petrus aber sass draussen im Palast"
No.39 Aria (Alto): "Erbarme dich"
No.40 Choral: "Bin ich gleich von dir gewichen"
No.41 Evangelist, Judas, Chorus I/II, Pontifex I/II: "Des Morgens aber hielten alle Hohepriester"
No.42 Aria (Bass): "Gebt mir meinen Jesum wieder"
No.43 Evangelist, Pilatus, Jesus: "Sie hielten aber einen Rat"
No.44 Choral: "Befiel du deine Wege"
No.45 Evangelist, Pilatus, Uxor Pilati, Chorus I/II: "Auf das Fest aber hatte der Landpfleger Gewohnheit"
No.46 Choral: "Wie wunderbarlich ist doch diese Strafe"
No.47 Evangelist, Pilatus: "Der Landpfleger sagte"
No.48 Recitative (Soprano): "Er hat uns allen wohlgetan"
No.49 Aria (Soprano): "Aus Liebe will mein Heiland Sterben"
No.50 Evangelist, Chorus I/II, Pilatus: "Sie schrieen aber noch mehr"
No.51 Recitative (Alto): "Erbarm es Gott"
No.52 Aria (Alto): "Können Tränen meiner Wangen"
No.53 Evangelist, Chorus I/II: "Da nahmen die Kriegsknechte"
No.54 Choral: "O Haupt voll Blut und Wunden"
No.55 Evangelist: "Und da sie ihn verspotten hatten"
No.56 Recitative (Bass): "Ja freilich will in uns das Fleisch und Blut"
No.57 Aria (Bass): "Komm, süsses Kreuz"
No.58 Evangelist, Chorus I/II: "Und da sie an die Stätte kamen"
No.59 Recitative (Alto): "Ach Golgatha"
No.60 Aria (Alto, Chorus II): "Sehet, Jesus hat die Hand"
No.61 Evangelist, Jesus, Chorus I/II: "Und von der sechsten Stunde an"
No.62 Choral: "Wenn ich einmal soll scheiden"
No.63 Evangelist, Chorus I/II: "Und siehe da, der Vorhang im Tempel zerriss"
No.64 Recitative (Bass): "Am Abend, da es kühle war"
No.65 Aria (Bass): "Mache dich, mein Herze, rein"
No.66 Evangelist, Chorus I/II, Pilatus: "Und Joseph nahm den Leib"
No.67 Recitative (Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass, Chorus II): "Nun ist der Herr zur Ruh gebracht"
No.68 Chorus I/II: "Wir setzen uns mit Tränen nieder"
Les Troyens: Act I, No. 1 - ?Ha, Ha! Apres dix ans?
Les Troyens: Act I, No. 2 - ?Les Grecs ont disparu?
Les Troyens: Act I, No. 2 - ?Malheureux roi!?
Les Troyens: Act I, No. 3 - ?C'est lui!?
Les Troyens: Act I, No. 3 - ?Reviens a toi... Pauvre ame... si tu m'aimes... mais le ciel et la terre... quitte-nous des ce soir?
Les Troyens: Act I, No. 4 - ?Dieux protecteurs de la ville eternelle?
Les Troyens: Act I, No. 5 - Combat de ceste - pas de lutteurs
Les Troyens: Act I, No. 6 - Pantomime
Les Troyens: Act I, No. 7 - ?Du peuple et des soldats?
Les Troyens: Act I, No. 8 - ?Chatiment effroyable!?
Les Troyens: Act I, No. 9 - ?Que la deesse... a cet objet sacre?
Les Troyens: Act I, No. 10 - ?Non, je ne verrai pas la deplorable fete?
Les Troyens: Act I, No. 11 - ?De mes sens eperdus Marche Troyenne?
Les Troyens: Act II, No. 12a - Scene et recitatif: introduction
Les Troyens: Act II, No. 12b - Scene et recitatif: introduction
Les Troyens: Act II, No. 12 - ?O lumiere de troie... Ah! Fuis, fils de Venus?
Les Troyens: Act II, No. 13 - ?Quelle esperance... Le salut des Vaincus...?
Les Troyens: Act II, No. 14 - ?Ha, puissante Cybele?
Les Troyens: Act II, No. 15 - ?Tous ne periront pas... Oh digne soeur d'Hector?
Les Troyens: Act II, No. 16 - ?Coplices de sa gloire... Le tresor!?
Les Troyens: Act III, No. 17 - ?De Carthage les cieux?
Les Troyens: Act III, No. 18 - Chant national ?Gloire a Didon?
Les Troyens: Act III, No. 19a - ?Nous avons vu finir sept ans a peine?
Les Troyens: Act III, No. 19b - ?Chers tyriens?
Les Troyens: Act III, No. 20 - Entree des constructeurs
Les Troyens: Act III, No. 21 - Entree des matelots
Les Troyens: Act III, No. 22 - Entree des laboureurs
Les Troyens: Act III, No. 23 - ?Peuple! Tous les honneurs?
Les Troyens: Act III, No. 24 - Les chants joyeux
Les Troyens: Act III, No. 25a - ?Echappes a grand peine?
Les Troyens: Act III, No. 25b - ?Errante sur les mers?
Les Troyens: Act III, No. 26 - ?J'eprouve une soudaine et vive impatience?
Les Troyens: Act III, No. 27 - ?Auguste reine, un peuple errant et malheureux?
Les Troyens: Act III, No. 28 - ?J'ose a peine annoncer ... Reine! Je suis Enee ... Des armes! Des armes!?
Les Troyens: Act IV, No. 29 - Chasse royale et orage
Les Troyens: Act IV, No. 30 - ?Dites, Narbal, qui cause vos alarmes?
Les Troyens: Act IV, No. 31a - ?De quels revers air?
Les Troyens: Act IV, No. 31b - ?Vaine terreur cavatine?
Les Troyens: Act IV, No. 31c - ?De quels revers air et cavatine?
Les Troyens: Act IV, No. 32 - Marche pour l'entree de la reine
Les Troyens: Act IV, No. 33a - Pas des almees ballet
Les Troyens: Act IV, No. 33b - Danse des esclaves ballet
Les Troyens: Act IV, No. 33c - Pas d'esclaves Nubiennes
Les Troyens: Act IV, No. 34a - ?Assez ma soeur?
Les Troyens: Act IV, No. 34b - ?O blonde Ceres?
Les Troyens: Act IV, No. 35a - ?Pardonne, Iopas?
Les Troyens: Act IV, No. 35b - ?O pudeur! Tout conspire?
Les Troyens: Act IV, No. 36a - ?Mais bannissons ces triste souvenirs?
Les Troyens: Act IV, No. 36b - ?Tout n'est que paix et charme?
Les Troyens: Act IV, No. 37 - ?Nuit d'ivresse et d'extase infinie?
Les Troyens: Act V, No. 38 - ?Vallon Sonore?
Les Troyens: Act V, No. 39 - ?Preparez tout, il faut partir enfin ... Chaque jour voit grandir?
Les Troyens: Act V, No. 40 - ?Par Bacchus!?
Les Troyens: Act V, No. 41a - ?Inutiles regrets!?
Les Troyens: Act V, No. 41b - ?Ah! Quand viendra l'instant des supremes adieux?
Les Troyens: Act V, No. 42 - ?Enee!?
Les Troyens: Act V, No. 43 - ?Debout, Troyens, eveillez-vous, allerte! ... Allerte! Entendez vous amis ...?
Les Troyens: Act V, No. 44 - ?Errante sur test pas ...?
Les Troyens: Act V, No. 44 - ?Italie!?
Les Troyens: Act V, No. 45 - ?Va ma soeur, l'implorer?
Les Troyens: Act V, No. 46 - ?En mer, voyez! Six vaisseaux!?
Les Troyens: Act V, No. 47 - ?Ah! Ah! Je vais mourir?
Les Troyens: Act V, No. 48 - ?Adieu, fiere cite?
Les Troyens: Act V, No. 49 - ?Dieux, de loubli, dieux du tenare ... S'il faut enfin qu'Enee aborde Italie?
Les Troyens: Act V, No. 50 - ?Pluton ... semble m'etre propice?
Les Troyens: Act V, No. 51 - ?Ah! Au secours! Au Secours! La renne s'est frappee?
Les Troyens: Act V, No. 52 - ?Rome ... Rome ... Immortelle! ... Haine eternelle a la race d'Enee?
No.9 Behold my Love how green the groves (R. Burns)
No.10 Sympathy (W. Smith)
No.11 Oh! thou art the lad of my heart (W. Smith)
No.12 Oh! had my fate been join'd with thine (Lord Byron)
No.13 Come fill, fill, my good fellow (W. Smyth)
No.14 O, how can I be blithe and glad (R. Burns)
No.15 O cruel was my father (A. Ballantyne)
No.16 Could this ill world have been contriv'd (J. Hogg)
No.1 Music, Love and Wine (W. Smyth)
No.2 Sunset (Walter Scott)
No.3 Oh! Sweet were the hours (W. Smyth)
No.4 The Maid of Isla (Walter Scott)
No.5 The sweetest lad was Jamie (W. Smyth)
No.6 Dim, dim is my eye (W. Smyth?)
No.7 Bonney laddie, highland laddie (J. Hogg)
No.8 The lovely lass of Inverness (R. Burns)
No.17 O Mary, at thy window be (R. Burns)
No.18 Enchantress, fare well (Walter Scott)
No.19 O swiftly glides the bonny boat (J. Baillie)
No.20 Faithfu' Johnie
No.21 Jeanie's Distress (W. Smyth)
No.22 The Highland Watch (J. Hogg)
No.23 The Shepherd's Song (J. Baillie)
No.24 Again, my Lyre (W. Smyth)
No.25 Sally in our Alley
No.6 Sad and luckless was the season (W. Smyth)
No.3 The British light dragoons (Walter Scott)
No.1 When eve's last rays in twilight die (D. Thomson)
No.4 Since greybeards inform us that youth will decay (T. Toms)
No.2 No riches from his scanty store (H.M. Williams)
No.5 I dream'd I lay where flow'rs were springing (R. Burns)
No.9 The kiss, dear Maid, thy lip has left (Lord Byron)
No.7 O soothe me, my lyre (W. Smyth)
No.15 'Tis but in vain, for nothing thrives (W. Smyth)
No.11 When far from the Home (D. Thomson)
No.13 'Tis Sunshine at last (W. Smyth)
No.8 Norah of Balamagairy (A. Boswell)
No.19 Judy, lovely, matchless creature (A. Boswell)
No.12 I'll praise the Saints with early song (W. Smyth)
No.18 No more, my Mary, I sigh for splendour (W. Smyth)
No.20 Thy ship must sail, my Henry dear (W. Smyth)
No.14 Paddy O'Rafferty (A. Boswell)
No.16 O might I but my Patrick love (W. Smyth)
No.10 Oh! thou hapless soldier (W. Smyth)
No.17 Come, Darby dear (W. Smyth)
No.2 Oh harp of Erin (D. Thomson)
No.12 He promis'd me at parting (W. Smith)
No.4 The pulse of an Irishman (A. Boswell)
No.3 The Farewell Song (W. Smyth)
No.8 Save me from the grave and wise (W. Smyth)
No.9 Oh! would I were but that sweet linnet (W. Smyth)
No.10 The hero may perish his country (W. Smith)
No.6 Put round the bright wine (W. Smith)
No.5 Oh! who, my dear Dermot (W. Smyth)
No.7 From Garyone, my happy home (T. Toms)
No.11 The soldier in a foreign land (J. Baillie)
No.1 The Elfin Fairies (D. Thomson)
6. A Madel, ja a Madel
21. Tiranilla Española
7. Wer solche Buema afipackt
2. Horch auf, mein Liebchen (Wenzel Müller)
10. Poszla baba po popiól
16. Schöne Minka, ich muß scheiden
18. An ä Bergli bin i gesässe
15. Kak posli nasi podruzki
5. Teppichkrämer-Lied
14. Akh, recen'ki, recen'ki
3. Wegen meiner bleib d'Fräula (Wenzel Müller)
13. Vo lesocke komarockov mnogo urodilos'
23. Da brava, Catina (Canzonetta veneziana)
1. Ridder Stigs Runer
11. Yo no quiero embarcarme
17. Lilla Carl (Vaggvisa) (Carl Michael Bellman)
20. Como la mariposa soy
9. Oj, oj upilem sie w karczmie
19. Una paloma blanca
22. Édes kinos emlékezet
4. Wann i in der Früh aufsteh
12. Seus lindos olhos
8. Ih mag di nit nehma
La Rondine, Act I: Ah! no! no!/non ditta questo (Yvette/Bianca/Prunier/Magda/Lisette/Suzy/Rambaldo)
La Rondine, Act I: Chi il bel sogno di Doretta (Prunier/Magda)
La Rondine, Act I: Chi il bel sogno di Doretta (Magda/Yvette/Bianca/Suzy/Gobin/Périchaud/Crébillon/Prunier)
La Rondine, Act I: No. Adesso non burlatemi (Magda/Périchaud/Crébillon/Gobin/Rambaldo/Prunier/Yvette)
La Rondine, Act I: Un momento: scusi (Lisette/Rambaldo)
La Rondine, Act I: Come fate a sopportaria (Prunier/Magda/Bianca/Yvette/Suzy)
La Rondine, Act I: Denaro! nient' altro che denaro! (Magda/Bianca/Yvette/Suzy)
La Rondine, Act I: E poi? / Basta e finito (Yvette/Magda/Bianca/Prunier/Suzy)
La Rondine, Act I: Ah! Ruggero Lastouc (Rambaldo/Ruggero/Prunier/Yvette/Bianca/Suzy/Magda)
La Rondine, Act I: Forse, come la rondine (Prunier/Magda/Rambaldo/Ruggero)
La Rondine, Act 1: Parigi! è la città dei desideri (Ruggero)
La Rondine, Act I: Poeta raffinato (Rambaldo/Prunier/Lisette/Yvette/Bianca/Suzy/Gobin/Crébillon/Magda/Ruggero)
La Rondine, Act I: Buona sera (Rambaldo/Magda/Périchaud/Yvette/Bianca/Gobin/Crébillon/Prunier/Suzy/Lisette)
La Rondine, Act I: Forse, come la rondine (Magda)
La Rondine, Act I: T'amo! / Mentil (Prunier/Lisette)
La Rondine, Act I: Chi mi riconoscerebbe? (Magda)
La Rondine, Act II: Fiori freschi! (Coro/Georgette/Un giovane/Gabriella/Lolette)
La Rondine, Act II: Chi e? / Mei vista! (Coro/Studenti/Magda)
La Rondine, Act II: Suscatemi. Scusata (Magda/Ruggero)
La Rondine, Act II: Nella dolce carezza (Magda/Ruggero/Coro/Georgette/Gabriella/Lolette)
La Rondine, Act II: Ti prego: dignita (Prunier/Lisette)
La Rondine, Act II: Che caldo! Che sete! (Magda/Ruggero)
La Rondine, Act II: Perche mai cercate di saper (Magda/Ruggero/Coro/Rabonier)
La Rondine, Act II: Dio! Leil Guardaia! (Lisette/Prunier/Ruggero/Magda)
La Rondine, Act II: Gia che il caso ci unisce (Ruggero/Magda/Lisette/Prunier)
La Rondine, Act II: Bevo al tuo fresco sorriso (Ruggero/Magda/Lisette/Prunier/Coro)
La Rondine, Act II: Rambaldo! (Prunier/Magda/Lisette/Coro/Ruggero/Rambaldo)
La Rondine, Act II: Nella trepida luce d'un mattin (Una Voce interno/Un uoma che fischia)
La Rondine, Act 2: Paulette! I nostri amici son gia partiti (Ruggero/Magda)
La Rondine, Act III: Senti? Anche il mare respira sommesso (Magda/Ruggero)


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