Trevor Anthony

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Britten: Noye's Fludde, Op.59 - "Lord Jesus, Think On Me"
Britten: Noye's Fludde, Op.59 - "I God, That All This Worlde Hath Wroughte"
Britten: Noye's Fludde, Op.59 - "Have Done, You Men and Wemen All"
Britten: Noye's Fludde, Op.59 - "Now In the Name Of God I Will Begyne"
Britten: Noye's Fludde, Op.59 - "Noye, Noye, Take Thou Thy Company"
Britten: Noye's Fludde, Op.59 - "Wiffe, Come In! Why Standes Thou Their?"
Britten: Noye's Fludde, Op.59 - "Ha! Children, Me Thinkes My Botte Removes"
Britten: Noye's Fludde, Op.59 - "Now Forty Dayes Are Fullie Gone"
Britten: Noye's Fludde, Op.59 - "Noye, Take Thy Wife Anone"
Britten: Noye's Fludde, Op.59 - "Noye, Heare I Behette Thee a Heste"
Britten: Noye's Fludde, Op.59 - "The Spacious Firmament On High"
Patience (or, Bunthorne's Bride): Overture
Patience (or, Bunthorne's Bride), Act I: Twenty lovesick maidens we (Maidens, Angela, Ella)
Patience (or, Bunthorne's Bride), Act I: Still brooding on their mad infatuation (Patience, Saphir, Angela, Maidens)
Patience (or, Bunthorne's Bride), Act I: I cannot tell what this love may be (Patience, Maidens)
Patience (or, Bunthorne's Bride), Act I: The soldiers of our Queen (Dragoons, Colonel Calverley)
Patience (or, Bunthorne's Bride), Act I: In a doleful train (Ella, Angela, Saphir, Maidens, Dragoons, Bunthorne)
Patience (or, Bunthorne's Bride), Act I: When I first put this uniform on (Colonel Calverley)
Patience (or, Bunthorne's Bride), Act I: Am I alone and unobserved? (Bunthorne)
Patience (or, Bunthorne's Bride), Act I: Long years ago, fourteen maybe (Patience, Angela)
Patience (or, Bunthorne's Bride), Act I: Prithee pretty maiden (Grosvenor, Patience)
Patience (or, Bunthorne's Bride), Act I: Let the merry cymbals sound (Maidens)
Patience (or, Bunthorne's Bride), Act I: Now tell us, we pray you (Duke, Colonel, Major, Dragoons, Bunthorne, Maidens)
Patience (or, Bunthorne's Bride), Act I: Your maiden hearts (Duke, Dragoons, Maidens)
Patience (or, Bunthorne's Bride), Act I: Come walk up and purchase with avidity (Bunthorne, Maidens, Dragoons, Jane, Patience)
Patience (or, Bunthorne's Bride), Act I: True love must single-hearted be (Patience, Bunthorne, Colonel, Major, Saphir, Angela)
Patience (or, Bunthorne's Bride), Act I: I hear the soft note (All)
Patience (or, Bunthorne's Bride), Act II: On such eyes as maidens cherish (Maidens)
Patience (or, Bunthorne's Bride), Act II: Sad is that woman's lot (Jane)
Patience (or, Bunthorne's Bride), Act II: Turn, oh turn in this direction (Maidens)
Patience (or, Bunthorne's Bride), Act II: A magnet hung in a hardware shop (Grosvenor, Maidens)
Patience (or, Bunthorne's Bride), Act II: Love is a plaintive song (Patience)
Patience (or, Bunthorne's Bride), Act II: So go to him and say to him (Jane, Bunthorne)
Patience (or, Bunthorne's Bride), Act II: It's clear that medieval art alone retains its zest (Duke, Major, Colonel)
Patience (or, Bunthorne's Bride), Act II: If Saphir I choose to marry (Duke, Major, Saphir, Angela, Colonel)
Patience (or, Bunthorne's Bride), Act II: When I go out of door (Bunthorne, Grosvenor)
Patience (or, Bunthorne's Bride), Act II: I'm a Waterloo House young man (Grosvenor, Maidens)
Patience (or, Bunthorne's Bride), Act II: After much debate internal (Duke, Bunthorne, All)
Britten: Noye's Fludde, Op.59 - "Lord Jesus, Think On Me"
Britten: Noye's Fludde, Op.59 - "I God, That All This Worlde Hath Wroughte"
Britten: Noye's Fludde, Op.59 - "Have Done, You Men and Wemen All"
Britten: Noye's Fludde, Op.59 - "Now In the Name Of God I Will Begyne"
Britten: Noye's Fludde, Op.59 - "Noye, Noye, Take Thou Thy Company"
Britten: Noye's Fludde, Op.59 - "Wiffe, Come In! Why Standes Thou Their?"
Britten: Noye's Fludde, Op.59 - "Ha! Children, Me Thinkes My Botte Removes"
Britten: Noye's Fludde, Op.59 - "Now Forty Dayes Are Fullie Gone"
Britten: Noye's Fludde, Op.59 - "Noye, Take Thy Wife Anone"
Britten: Noye's Fludde, Op.59 - "Noye, Heare I Behette Thee a Heste"
Britten: Noye's Fludde, Op.59 - "The Spacious Firmament On High"
Britten: The Little Sweep (Let's make an opera), Op.45 - Sweep! Sweep!
Britten: The Little Sweep (Let's make an opera), Op.45 - Sweep this chimney
Britten: The Little Sweep (Let's make an opera), Op.45 - Now, little white boy!
Britten: The Little Sweep (Let's make an opera), Op.45 - Pull the rope gently until he is free!
Britten: The Little Sweep (Let's make an opera), Op.45 - Is he wounded?
Britten: The Little Sweep (Let's make an opera), Op.45 - Sooty tracks
Britten: The Little Sweep (Let's make an opera), Op.45 - Run, poor sweep-boy
Britten: The Little Sweep (Let's make an opera), Op.45 - The kettles are singing
Britten: The Little Sweep (Let's make an opera), Op.45 - O why do you weep
Britten: The Little Sweep (Let's make an opera), Op.45 - Ah!...Blackguards!
Britten: The Little Sweep (Let's make an opera), Op.45 - Help! Help! She's collapsed!
Britten: The Little Sweep (Let's make an opera), Op.45 - The owl, wide-winging through the sky
Britten: The Little Sweep (Let's make an opera), Op.45 - Soon the coach will carry you away
Britten: The Little Sweep (Let's make an opera), Op.45 - Morning, Sammy! Lovely weather
Britten: The Little Sweep (Let's make an opera), Op.45 - Ready, Alfred?
Britten: The Little Sweep (Let's make an opera), Op.45 - Coaching song: The horses are champing
"Lord Jesus, Think On Me"
"I God, That All This Worlde Hath Wroughte"
"Have Done, You Men and Wemen All"
"Now In the Name Of God I Will Begyne"
"Noye, Noye, Take Thou Thy Company"
"Wiffe, Come In! Why Standes Thou Their?"
"Ha! Children, Me Thinkes My Botte Removes"
"Now Forty Dayes Are Fullie Gone"
"Noye, Take Thy Wife Anone"
"Noye, Heare I Behette Thee a Heste"
"The Spacious Firmament On High"


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