William Dazeley

WORKS ALBUMS
TITLE/COMPOSER
LABEL
Poèmes de Ronsard: I. Attributs
Poèmes de Ronsard: II. Le tombeau
Poèmes de Ronsard: III. Ballet
Poèmes de Ronsard: IV. Je n'ai plus que les os ?
Poèmes de Ronsard: V. A son page
No. 1. Gesellenlied
No. 2. Morgenstimmung
No. 3. Skolie
Overture
Narration: In a garden full of beautiful flowers
Trio: Light as fairy foot can fall
Narration: Watching over Oberon, his sleeping master
Aria: Fatal vow!
Narration: Puck, searching high and low
Vision: O why art thou sleeping, Sir Huon the brave?
Narration: The vision is gone
Ensemble: Honour and Joy
Narration: Huon is sure that his vision...
Aria: From boyhood trained
Narration: So Knight and squire take ship from France
Finale: Haste, gallant knight
Glory
Narration: It is the wedding day...
Dance of the bayaderes
Narration: Reiza whispers anxiously...
Melodrama and Narration: Summoned by the horn
Narration: While Huon and Reiza get ready to leave
Arriette: A Lonely Arab Maid
Narration: All is now set fair...
Quartet: Over the dark blue waters
Narration: But the lovers' troubles...
Solo & Choir: Spirits of air and earth and sea
Narration: On a barren island
Ruler of this awful hour
Narration: Huon has lost the magic horn
Scene & Arie: Ocean thou mighty monster
Narration: What Reiza has seen...
Narration: Alas poor mortal
Narration: Oberon orders Puck
Finale: And hark, the mermaids...Oh is pleasant
Narration: Rescued by corsairs
Lied: O Araby dear
Narration: Sherasimin is entranced
Duet: On the banks
Narration: Puck has magicked...
Terzettino: And I must I then
Narration: But there is no response...
Cavatine: Mourn thou poor heart
Narration: Almanzor is bewitched
"I Revel In Hope"
Narration: Suddenly the curtains part...
Chorus & Ballet: For thee hath beauty
Narration: Huon tries to break free
Almanzor is rooted to the spot...Finale: Hark what notes
Narration: Huon with true heroism
March & Finale
Weber: Oberon - English Text Version with Narration / Act 1 - Overture
Weber: Oberon - English Text Version with Narration / Act 1 - Narration: In a garden full of beautiful flowers
Weber: Oberon - English Text Version with Narration / Act 1 - Trio: Light as fairy foot can fall
Weber: Oberon - English Text Version with Narration / Act 1 - Narration: Watching over Oberon, his sleeping master
Weber: Oberon - English Text Version with Narration / Act 1 - Aria: Fatal vow!
Weber: Oberon - English Text Version with Narration / Act 1 - Narration: Puck, searching high and low
Weber: Oberon - English Text Version with Narration / Act 1 - Vision: O why art thou sleeping, Sir Huon the brave?
Weber: Oberon - English Text Version with Narration / Act 1 - Narration: The vision is gone
Weber: Oberon - English Text Version with Narration / Act 1 - Ensemble: Honour and Joy
Weber: Oberon - English Text Version with Narration / Act 1 - Narration: Huon is sure that his vision...
Weber: Oberon - English Text Version with Narration / Act 1 - Aria: From boyhood trained
Weber: Oberon - English Text Version with Narration / Act 1 - Narration: So Knight and squire take ship from France
Weber: Oberon - English Text Version with Narration / Act 1 - Finale: Haste, gallant knight
Weber: Oberon - English Text Version with Narration / Act 2 - Glory
Weber: Oberon - English Text Version with Narration / Act 2 - Narration: It is the wedding day...
Weber: Oberon - English Text Version with Narration / Act 2 - Dance of the bayaderes
Weber: Oberon - English Text Version with Narration / Act 2 - Narration: Reiza whispers anxiously...
Weber: Oberon - English Text Version with Narration / Act 2 - Melodrama and Narration: Summoned by the horn
Weber: Oberon - English Text Version with Narration / Act 2 - Narration: While Huon and Reiza get ready to leave
Weber: Oberon - English Text Version with Narration / Act 2 - Arriette: A Lonely Arab Maid
Weber: Oberon - English Text Version with Narration / Act 2 - Narration: All is now set fair...
Weber: Oberon - English Text Version with Narration / Act 2 - Quartet: Over the dark blue waters
Weber: Oberon - English Text Version with Narration / Act 2 - Narration: But the lovers' troubles...
Weber: Oberon - English Text Version with Narration / Act 2 - Solo & Choir: Spirits of air and earth and sea
Weber: Oberon - English Text Version with Narration / Act 2 - Narration: On a barren island
Weber: Oberon - English Text Version with Narration / Act 2 - Ruler of this awful hour
Weber: Oberon - English Text Version with Narration / Act 2 - Narration: Huon has lost the magic horn
Weber: Oberon - English Text Version with Narration / Act 2 - Scene & Arie: Ocean thou mighty monster
Weber: Oberon - English Text Version with Narration / Act 2 - Narration: What Reiza has seen...
Weber: Oberon - English Text Version with Narration / Act 2 - Narration: Alas poor mortal
Weber: Oberon - English Text Version with Narration / Act 2 - Narration: Oberon orders Puck
Weber: Oberon - English Text Version with Narration / Act 2 - Finale: And hark, the mermaids...Oh is pleasant
Weber: Oberon - English Text Version with Narration / Act 3 - Narration: Rescued by corsairs
Weber: Oberon - English Text Version with Narration / Act 3 - Lied: O Araby dear
Weber: Oberon - English Text Version with Narration / Act 3 - Narration: Sherasimin is entranced
Weber: Oberon - English Text Version with Narration / Act 3 - Duet: On the banks
Weber: Oberon - English Text Version with Narration / Act 3 - Narration: Puck has magicked...
Weber: Oberon - English Text Version with Narration / Act 3 - Terzettino: And I must I then
Weber: Oberon - English Text Version with Narration / Act 3 - Narration: But there is no response...
Weber: Oberon - English Text Version with Narration / Act 3 - Cavatine: Mourn thou poor heart
Weber: Oberon - English Text Version with Narration / Act 3 - Narration: Almanzor is bewitched
Weber: Oberon - English Text Version with Narration / Act 3 - "I Revel In Hope"
Weber: Oberon - English Text Version with Narration / Act 3 - Narration: Suddenly the curtains part...
Weber: Oberon - English Text Version with Narration / Act 3 - Chorus & Ballet: For thee hath beauty
Weber: Oberon - English Text Version with Narration / Act 3 - Narration: Huon tries to break free
Weber: Oberon - English Text Version with Narration / Act 3 - Almanzor is rooted to the spot...Finale: Hark what notes
Weber: Oberon - English Text Version with Narration / Act 3 - Narration: Huon with true heroism
Weber: Oberon - English Text Version with Narration / Act 3 - March & Finale
Overture
Act I: 15, 16, 20, 30 (Figaro, Susanna)
Act I: What on earth are you measuring (Susanna, Figaro)
Act I: Supposing one evening the Countess (Susanna, Figaro)
Act I: All right. Shut up and listen (Susanna, Figaro)
Act I: Bravo, my lord and master! (Figaro)
Act I: So, little master, you're dressed to go dancing (Figaro)
Act I: But why did you wait till the day of the wedding (Bartolo, Marcellina)
Act I: Now for vengeance, glorious vengeance! (Bartolo)
Act I: So all is not lost (Marcellina, Susanna)
Act I: I bow to your grace (Marcellina, Susanna)
Act I: Good riddance, you old spinster (Susanna, Cherubino)
Act I: I don't know what it is that I'm feeling (Cherubino)
Act I: Now I'm done for! (Cherubino, Susanna, Count, Basilio)
Act I: Susanna, heaven bless you! (Basilio, Susanna, Count)
Act I: It's outrageous! Search the castle (Count, Basilio, Susanna)
Act I: Basilio, run and tell Figaro to come here (Count, Susanna, Cherubino, Basilio)
Act I: Praise and adore him (Chorus)
Act I: So what is all this nonsense? (Count, Figaro, Susanna)
Act I: Praise and adore him (Chorus)
Act I: God bless you! (Figaro, Susanna, Basilio, Cherubino)
Act I: Here's an end to your life as a rover (Figaro)
Act II: Hear my prayer, humbly I beg you (Countess)
Act II: Come here, dear Susanna, and finish your story (Countess, Susanna, Figaro)
Act II: How it grieves me, Susanna (Countess, Susanna, Cherubino)
Act II: Tell me what love is (Cherubino)
Act II: Bravo, your voice is lovely (Countess, Susanna, Cherubino)
Act II: Kneel down and let me look at you (Susanna)
Act II: Enough of this nonsense! (Countess, Susanna, Cherubino, Count)
Act II: What does this mean? (Count, Countess)
Act II: Come out of there, Susanna! (Count, Countess, Susanna)
Act II: So you're proposing not to open it? (Count, Countess)
Act II: Don't worry, Cherubino (Susanna, Cherubino)
Act II: Look at the little devil! (Susanna)
Act II: Everything as I left it (Count, Countess)
Act II: Out you come, you vile seducer (Count, Countess)
Act II: You called, sir? (Susanna, Count, Countess)
Act II: I cannot believe it (Countess, Susanna, Count)
Act II: The wedding procession is ready and waiting (Figaro, Count, Susanna, Countess)
Act II: Oh, my lord!, My lord! (Antonio, Count, Countess, Susanna, Figaro)
Act II: Noble lord, we come for justice (Marcellina, Basilio, Bartolo, Count, Countess, Figaro, Susanna)
Act III: This is very perplexing! (Count)
Act III: Don't be afraid! (Countess, Count, Susanna)
Act III: How could you be so cruel (Count, Susanna)
Act III: But I don't understand (Count, Susanna)
Act III: Hey, Susanna, how's it going? (Figaro, Susanna)
Act III: 'You've won the case already' (Count)
Act III: Must I be made to suffer (Count)
Act III: Come on, come on, Cherubino (Barbarina, Cherubino)
Act III: And Susanna's not here (Countess)
Act III: I remember his love so tender (Countess)
Act III: The case is decided (Curzio, Marcellina, Figaro, Count, Basilio)
Act III: Darling boy, let me embrace you (Marcellina, Figaro, Bartolo, Curzio, Count, Susanna)
Act III: This is our little baby (Marcellina, Bartolo, Susanna, Figaro)
Act III: I must warn you, my lord (Antonio, Count)
Act III: That's amazing! (Countess, Susanna)
Act III: ... the breezes ... (Susanna, Countess)
Act III: That should do the trick! (Susanna, Countess)
Act III: Gentle lady, may these presents (Girls)
Act III: Madam, with your permission (Barbarina, Countess, Susanna)
Act III: Hey, what did I tell you! (Antonio, Countess, Susanna, Count, Cherubino)
Act III: My lord, if you detain these lovely girls (Figaro, Count, Countess, Susanna, Antonio)
Act III: Now I can hear them (Figaro, Susanna, Count, Countess, Serving girls, Chorus)
Act III: As true-hearted lovers (Chorus)
Act IV: I have lost it, I'm so stupid (Barbarina)
Act IV: Barbarina, what's happened? (Figaro, Barbarino, Marcellina)
Act IV: Mother! (Figaro, Marcellina)
Act IV: The pavilion on the right (Barbarina)
Act IV: That's Barbarina! Who goes there? (Figaro, Basilio, Bartolo)
Act IV: Everything's ready; the hour of reckoning is at hand (Figaro)
Act IV: You foolish slaves of Cupid (Figaro)
Act IV: My lady, Marcellina says Figaro will be here (Susanna, Marcellina)
Act IV: My lady, you are trembling (Susanna, Countess, Figaro)
Act IV: At last, the moment I've longed for (Susanna)
Act IV: Come quickly my beloved, I implore you (Susanna)
Act IV: Treachery! Now I see how she has deceived me! (Figaro, Countess, Cherubino)
Act IV: I'll approach her, oh so softly (Cherubino, Countess)
Act IV: Here she is, my dear Susanna (Count, Susanna, Figaro, Cherubino, Countess)
Act IV: Now we're alone together (Count, Countess, Figaro, Susanna)
Act IV: Night shrouds the world in mystery (Figaro, Susanna)
Act IV: I surrender, my love (Figaro, Susanna, Count)
Act IV: Quickly, bring your weapons! (Count, Figaro, Basilio, Curzio, Antonio, Bartolo, Susanna, Cherubino, Barbarina, Marcellina)
Act I: Prelude
Act I Scene 1: A Passage from India: Punch! Punch! Punch! (Judy, Punch, Meeta, Bhini, Salaam-Captain, Father, Mother)
Act I Scene 2: In the House of Desolation: Punch. Punch. Where are your manner? (Father, Punch, Mother, Judy, Auntirosa, Harry, Captain)
Act I Scene 3: At the Council Rock: I am Shere Khan (Shere Khan, Mother Wolf, Father Wolf, Akela, Baloo, Bagheera, Wolves, Others)
Act I Scene 4: The Education of Mowgli: I will feed him (Mother Wolf, Father Wolf, Ka, Baloo, Bagheera, Grey Wolf, Mowgli, Chorus)
Act II Scene 1: The Ways of Man: Little brother, how often must I tell you? (Bagheera, Mowgli)
Act II Scene 2: Akela Misses His Kill: Free (Mowgli, Wolves, Akela, Shere Khan, Baloo, Ka, Bagheera, Mother Wolf, Father Wolf, Grey Wolf)
Act II Scene 3: A Death in the House: You're a liar (Harry, Captain, Punch, Auntirosa, Judy, Villagers)
Act II Scene 2: Pour the potion in his glass at midnight (Harlequin, Columbina, Nedda, Canio, Tonio)
Act II Scene 2: Aria: No, we're not in a play! (Canio, Groups of Women, Groups of Men, Silvio, Nedda, Beppe, Tonio, The Crowd, Chorus)
Ouvertüre
I. Abteilung. Nr.1 Szene im Garten. Gretchen, Faust, Mephistopheles, Marthe "Du kanntest mich, o kleiner Engel, wieder"
I. Abteilung. Nr.2 Gretchen vor dem Bild der Mater Dolorosa. Gretchen "Ach neige, du Schmerzensreiche"
I. Abteilung. Nr.3 Szene in Dom. Böser Geist, Gretchen, Chor "Wie anders, Gretchen, war dir's"
II. Abteilung. Nr.4 Ariel. Sonnenaufgang. Ariel, Faust, Chor "Die ihr dies Haupt umschwebt im luft'gen Kreise"
II. Abteilung. Nr.5 Mitternacht. Mangel, Schuld, Sorge, Not, Faust "Ich heiße der Mangel"
II. Abteilung. Nr.6 Fausts Tod. Mephistopheles, Lemuren, Faust, Chor "Herbei, herbei! Herein, herein!"
III. Abteilung. Nr.7 Fausts Verklärung. I. Chor "Waldung, sie schwankt heran"
III. Abteilung. Nr.7 Fausts Verklärung. II. Pater Ecstaticus "Ewiger Wonnebrand"
III. Abteilung. Nr.7 Fausts Verklärung. III. Pater Profundus, Pater Seraphicus, Selige Knaben "Wie Felsenabgrund mir zu Füßen"
III. Abteilung. Nr.7 Fausts Verklärung. IV. Engel, Selige Knaben, Chor "Gerettet ist das edle Glied"
III. Abteilung. Nr.7 Fausts Verklärung. V. Doctor Marianus "Hier ist die Aussicht frei"
III. Abteilung. Nr.7 Fausts Verklärung. VI. Doctor Marianus, Chor, Büsserinnen, Magna Peccatrix, Mulier Samaritana, Maria Aegyptiaca, Una Poenitentium, Selige Knaben, Mater Gloriosa "Dir, der Unberührbaren"
III. Abteilung. Nr.7 Fausts Verklärung. VII. Chorus Mysticus "Alles Vergängliche"
Prologue: Hello ... Hello ... (Tonio)
Act I: Hey! They're back! They're Back! (Chorus, Canio, Beppe)
Act I: Aria: Your most humble servant (Canio, Chorus, Beppe, Tonio)
Act I: Cantabile: If he tried it I promise you (Canio, Nedda, Chorus)
Act I: You hear them playing? (Chorus, Canio)
Act I: Introduction: The ugly look he gave me (Nedda)
Act I: Aria: Swallow, fly away (Nedda)
Act I: Duet: It's you! I thought that you had gone with Canio (Nedda, Tonio)
Act I: Duet: Nedda! ... (Silvio, Nedda)
Act I: Why do you go on with this tormented life? (Silvio, Nedda)
Act I: I must be strong (Nedda, Silvio, Tonio)
Act I: How can you tell me you ever loved me (Silvio, Nedda)
Act I: Be very careful, and then we can surprise them (Tonio, Silvio, Nedda, Canio, Beppe)
Act I: Introduction: Go on stage ... (Canio)
Act I: Aria: Put on your costume (Canio)
Act I: Intermezzo
Act II: Ohe! Ohe! Quickly! Hurry! (Chorus, Tonio, Beppe, Silvio, Nedda)
Act II: The Play: Pagliaccio, that's my husband (Nedda (Columbina))
Act II: The Play: Serenade: O Columbina (Beppe, Columbina, Harlequin)
Act II: The Play: She's waiting. She is a goddess! (Tonio (Taddeo), Columbina)
Act II: The Play: Arlecchin! Columbina (Columbina, Harlequin, Taddeo)
Act II: The Play: Pour the potion in his glass at midnight (Harlequin, Columbina, Pagliaccio, Tonio)
Act II: The Play: Aria: No, we're not in a play! (Canio, Chorus, Silvio, Nedda, Beppe, Tonio)


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