Thomas Allen

Biography

Born: September 10, 1944   Country: England  
Recognized as much for his acting ability as for his fine singing, baritone Thomas Allen brings a strong sense of style and character to all types of music; his broad repertory includes Monteverdi, Mozart, Tchaikovsky, the lighter Wagner roles, Britten's Billy Budd, Prokofiev's War and Peace, and Janácek's The Cunning Little Vixen.

Allen grew up in a mining community in the north of England where his father ran a glee club and a dance
Read more band, provided accompaniment for a local choir, and collected musical instruments. As a boy, Allen learned both piano and organ from his father, and sang in various local choirs. By the age of 16, he was singing baritone solos in the school choir, and even participating as a soloist in various local recitals, as well as continuing his organ lessons and studying music at school. He successfully auditioned for the Royal College of Music in 1964, where he intended to focus his energies on lieder and oratorio, but by 1967 he had already made his first operatic appearance as a substitute singer in Benjamin's The Prima Donna.

In 1968, before graduating, he won the Queen's Prize, an award that included lessons with James Lockhart, the new music director of the Welsh National Opera. Lockhart encouraged him to audition for the WNO, and he was engaged in 1968 to join the company the next year. Between that time and the beginning of his engagement, he sang in the Glyndebourne Festival Chorus.

At the Welsh National Opera, Lockhart continued to act as a coach and mentor, and Allen made his debut as Figaro in Rossini's Il Barbiere di Siviglia in 1969. He made his Covent Garden debut as

Donald in Billy Budd in 1971 (he also took on the title role for the WNO the same year), his Glyndebourne debut in 1973 as Papageno, sang his first Wagner role (Melot in Tristan and Isolde, at Covent Garden), and created the role of the Count in Musgrave's The Voice of Ariadne at the 1974 Aldeburgh Festival. During this period he gave special attention to the major Mozart baritone roles, and, in 1977, sang his first Don Giovanni at the Salzburg Festival, to great acclaim for both his singing and his acting. He garnered even more attention as the Count in a performance of Figaro a few months later at Covent Garden, and made his Met debut as Papageno in 1981. In 1980, he sang Tchaikovsky's Eugene Onegin for the first time at the Welsh National Opera, and this role soon joined Don Giovanni as one of his signature roles. During the 1980s, he started adding a few Verdi roles to his repertoire, such as Posa in Don Carlo and Ford in Falstaff, though he was wary of the heavier roles. In 1999, he was knighted in Queen Elizabeth's Birthday Honors.

He recorded two equally fine performances of Don Giovanni -- one based on a Glyndebourne performance with Haitink (EMI CDS7 47037-8), the other on Philips with Marriner. His Eugene Onegin, conducted by Levine (Deutsche Grammophon), captures him in magnificent form in a memorable role. Read less
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Biography

Born: September 10, 1944   Country: England  
Recognized as much for his acting ability as for his fine singing, baritone Thomas Allen brings a strong sense of style and character to all types of music; his broad repertory includes Monteverdi, Mozart, Tchaikovsky, the lighter Wagner roles, Britten's Billy Budd, Prokofiev's War and Peace, and Janácek's The Cunning Little Vixen.

Allen grew up in a mining community in the north of England where his father ran a glee club and a dance
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WORKS ALBUMS
TITLE/COMPOSER
LABEL
1. Introitus: Requiem aeternam - Kyrie
2. Offertorium: Domine Jesu Christe
3. Sanctus
4. Pie Jesu
5. Agnus Dei
6. Libera me
7. In paradisum
"Peter Grimes!"
"You sailed your boat"
"Peter Grimes, I here advise you!"
"The truth...the pity..."
Interlude I: On the beach
"Oh, hang at open doors"
"Hi! give us a hand"
"I have to go from pub to pub"
"Let her among you"
"Look, the storm cone!"
"And do you prefer the storm"
"What harbour shelters peace"
Interlude II: The Storm
"Past time to close!"
"We live and let live"
"Have you heard?"
"Now the Great Bear and Pleiades"
"Old Joe has gone fishing"
Interlude III: Sunday morning by the beach
"Glitter of waves"
"Let this be a holiday"
"This unrelenting work"
"Fool to let it come to this!"
"What is it?"
"People!...No! I will speak!"
"We planned that their lives"
"Swallow! Shall we go"
"Now is gossip put on trial"
"From the gutter"
Interlude IV: Passacaglia
"Go there!"
"Now!...Now!"
"Peter Grimes! Nobody here?"
Interlude V: Evening
"Assign your prettiness to me"
"Pah!"
"Come along, Doctor!"
"Embroidery in childhood"
"Mr.Swallow!"
"Who holds himself apart"
Interlude VI: Fog
"Grimes! Grimes!"
"Peter, we've come to take you home"
"To those who pass the Borough"
Peter Grimes Op. 33, PROLOGUE: Peter Grimes (Hobson/Swallow/Peter)
Peter Grimes Op. 33, PROLOGUE: You sailed your boat round the coast (Swallow/Peter/Mrs Sedley/Chorus/Hobson/Ellen)
Peter Grimes Op. 33, PROLOGUE: Peter Grimes, I here advise you! (Swallow/Chorus/Hobson/Peter)
Peter Grimes Op. 33, PROLOGUE: The truth ... the pity (Peter/Ellen)
Peter Grimes Op. 33, PROLOGUE: Interlude I: Dawn
Peter Grimes Op. 33, ACT 1 Scene 1: Oh hang at open doors the net (Chorus/1st Fisherman/Auntie/Boles/Balstrode/2nd Fisherman/Rector/Nieces/Mrs Sedley/Swallow)
Peter Grimes Op. 33, ACT 1 Scene 1: Hi! Give us a hand (Peter/Boles/Balstrode/Ned/Auntie/Hobson)
Peter Grimes Op. 33, ACT 1 Scene 1: I have to go from pub to pub (Hobson/Chorus/Ellen/Ned)
Peter Grimes Op. 33, ACT 1 Scene 1: Let her among you without fault cast the first stone (Ellen/Hobson/Mrs Sedley/Ned)
Peter Grimes Op. 33, ACT 1 Scene 1: Look! The storm cone! (Balstrode/Chorus/Ned/Boles)
Peter Grimes Op. 33, ACT 1 Scene 1: And do you prefer the storm
Peter Grimes Op. 33, ACT 1 Scene 1: They listen to money (Balstrode/Peter)
Peter Grimes Op. 33, ACT 1 Scene 1: What harbour shelters peace (Peter)
Peter Grimes Op. 33, ACT 1 Scene 1: Interlude II: Storm
Peter Grimes Op. 33, ACT 1 Scene 2: Past time to close! (Auntie/Mrs Sedley/Balstrode/Boles/Nieces/Fisherman)
Peter Grimes Op. 33, ACT 1 Scene 2: Come on, boy! (Balstrode/Chorus)
Peter Grimes Op. 33, ACT 1 Scene 2: Have you heard? The cliff is down (Ned/Auntie/Mrs Sedley/Balstrode/Chorus)
Peter Grimes Op. 33, ACT 1 Scene 2: Now the Great Bear and Pleiades (Peter/Chorus/Nieces/Boles/Balstrode/Auntie)
Peter Grimes Op. 33, ACT 1 Scene 2: Old Joe has gone fishing (Ned/Chorus/Peter)
Peter Grimes Op. 33, ACT 1 Scene 2: The bridge is down (Hobson/Ned/Ellen/Boles/Auntie/Nieces/Peter)
Peter Grimes Op. 33, ACT 2: Interlude III: Sunday morning
Peter Grimes Op. 33, Scene 1: Glitter of waves and glitter of sunlight (Ellen/Chorus/Rector)
Peter Grimes Op. 33, Scene 1: Child you're not too young to know (Ellen/Chorus/Rector/Peter)
Peter Grimes Op. 33, Scene 1: This unrelenting work (Ellen/Peter/Chorus)
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 1: Overture
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 1: `t was at the royal feast
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 1: Happy pair!
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 1: Timotheus, plac`d on high
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 1: The song began from Jove
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 1: The list`ning crowd
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 1: With ravish`d ears
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 1: The praise of Bacchus
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 1: Bacchus, ever fair and young
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 1: Sooth`d with the sound
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 1: He chose a mournful Muse
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 1: He sung Darius, great and good
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 1: With downcast looks
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 1: Behold Darius great and good
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 1: The mighty master, mild smil`d to see
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 1: Softly sweet in Lydian measures
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 1: War, he sung, is toil and trouble
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 1: The many rend the skies
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 1: The prince, unable to conceal
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 1: The many rend the skies Part II
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 2: Now strike the golden Lyre again
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 2: Revenge Timotheus cries
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 2: Give this vengeance due
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 2: The princes applaud
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 2: Thais led the way
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 2: Thus, long ago
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 2: Let old Timotheus yield the prize
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 2: Let old Timotheus Yield the prize
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 2: Your voices tune
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 2: Let`s imitate her notes above
Alexander's Feast (2002 Digital Remaster), Part 2: Your voices tune and raise
Peter Grimes Op. 33, PROLOGUE: Peter Grimes (Hobson/Swallow/Peter)
Peter Grimes Op. 33, PROLOGUE: You sailed your boat round the coast (Swallow/Peter/Mrs Sedley/Chorus/Hobson/Ellen)
Peter Grimes Op. 33, PROLOGUE: Peter Grimes, I here advise you! (Swallow/Chorus/Hobson/Peter)
Peter Grimes Op. 33, PROLOGUE: The truth ... the pity (Peter/Ellen)
Peter Grimes Op. 33, PROLOGUE: Interlude I: Dawn
Peter Grimes Op. 33, ACT 1 Scene 1: Oh hang at open doors the net (Chorus/1st Fisherman/Auntie/Boles/Balstrode/2nd Fisherman/Rector/Nieces/Mrs Sedley/Swallow)
Peter Grimes Op. 33, ACT 1 Scene 1: Hi! Give us a hand (Peter/Boles/Balstrode/Ned/Auntie/Hobson)
Peter Grimes Op. 33, ACT 1 Scene 1: I have to go from pub to pub (Hobson/Chorus/Ellen/Ned)
Peter Grimes Op. 33, ACT 1 Scene 1: Let her among you without fault cast the first stone (Ellen/Hobson/Mrs Sedley/Ned)
Peter Grimes Op. 33, ACT 1 Scene 1: Look! The storm cone! (Balstrode/Chorus/Ned/Boles)
Peter Grimes Op. 33, ACT 1 Scene 1: And do you prefer the storm
Peter Grimes Op. 33, ACT 1 Scene 1: They listen to money (Balstrode/Peter)
Peter Grimes Op. 33, ACT 1 Scene 1: What harbour shelters peace (Peter)
Peter Grimes Op. 33, ACT 1 Scene 1: Interlude II: Storm
Peter Grimes Op. 33, ACT 1 Scene 2: Past time to close! (Auntie/Mrs Sedley/Balstrode/Boles/Nieces/Fisherman)
Peter Grimes Op. 33, ACT 1 Scene 2: Come on, boy! (Balstrode/Chorus)
Peter Grimes Op. 33, ACT 1 Scene 2: Have you heard? The cliff is down (Ned/Auntie/Mrs Sedley/Balstrode/Chorus)
Peter Grimes Op. 33, ACT 1 Scene 2: Now the Great Bear and Pleiades (Peter/Chorus/Nieces/Boles/Balstrode/Auntie)
Peter Grimes Op. 33, ACT 1 Scene 2: Old Joe has gone fishing (Ned/Chorus/Peter)
Peter Grimes Op. 33, ACT 1 Scene 2: The bridge is down (Hobson/Ned/Ellen/Boles/Auntie/Nieces/Peter)
Peter Grimes Op. 33, ACT 2: Interlude III: Sunday morning
Peter Grimes Op. 33, Scene 1: Glitter of waves and glitter of sunlight (Ellen/Chorus/Rector)
Peter Grimes Op. 33, Scene 1: Child you're not too young to know (Ellen/Chorus/Rector/Peter)
Peter Grimes Op. 33, Scene 1: This unrelenting work (Ellen/Peter/Chorus)
Faust (1986 Digital Remaster): Introduction (Orchestre)
Faust (1986 Digital Remaster), PREMIER ACT: Rien! En vain j'interroge (Faust)
Faust (1986 Digital Remaster), PREMIER ACT: Ah! Paresseuse fille... (Choeur/Faust)
Faust (1986 Digital Remaster), PREMIER ACT: Mais, ce Dieu que peut-il pour moi? ... Me voici! (Faust/Mphistophls)
Faust (1986 Digital Remaster), PREMIER ACT: A moi les plaisirs (Faust/Mphistophls)
Faust (1986 Digital Remaster), DEUXIEME ACTE: Vin ou bire (Choeur/Wagner)
Faust (1986 Digital Remaster), DEUXIEME ACTE, O sainte mdaille...................: O sainte mdaille (Valentin/Wagner/Siebel/Choeur)
Faust (1986 Digital Remaster), DEUXIEME ACTE, O sainte mdaille...................: Avant de quitter ces lieux.....Pardon!.....Hein? (Valentin/Wagner/Choeur/Mphistophls)
Faust (1986 Digital Remaster), DEUXIEME ACTE, O sainte mdaille...................: Le veau d'or (Mphistophls/Choeur)
Faust (1986 Digital Remaster), DEUXIEME ACTE: Merci de ta chanson! (Choeur/Valentin/Wagner/Mphistophls/Siebel)
Faust (1986 Digital Remaster), DEUXIEME ACTE: De l'enfer qui vient mousser nos armes (Choeur/Valentin)
Faust (1986 Digital Remaster), DEUXIEME ACTE, Nous nous retrouverons...................: Nous nous retrouverons, mes amis! (Mphistophls/Faust)
Faust (1986 Digital Remaster), DEUXIEME ACTE, Nous nous retrouverons...................: Ainsi que la brise lgre (Choeur/Mphistophls/Faust/Siebel)
Faust (1986 Digital Remaster), DEUXIEME ACTE, Nous nous retrouverons...................: Ne permettrez-vous pas ma belle demoiselle (Faust/Marguerite/Siebel/Mphistophls/Choeur)
Faust (1986 Digital Remaster), QUATRIEME ACTE: Elles ne sont plus l! (Marguerite/Choeur)
Faust (1986 Digital Remaster), QUATRIEME ACTE: Marguerite! ... Siebel! (Siebel/Marguerite)
Faust (1986 Digital Remaster), QUATRIEME ACTE: Si le bonheur (Siebel/Marguerite)
Faust (1986 Digital Remaster), QUATRIEME ACTE, Seigneur, daignez permettre.......: Seigneur, daignez permettre (Marguerite/Mphistophls/Choeur)
Faust (1986 Digital Remaster), QUATRIEME ACTE, Seigneur, daignez permettre.......: Souviens-toi du pass (Mphistophls/Marguerite)
Faust (1986 Digital Remaster), QUATRIEME ACTE, Seigneur, daignez permettre.......: Quand du Seigneur ... Seigneur accueillez la prire (Choeur/Marguerite/Mphistophls)
Don Giovanni K527: Sinfonia (Orchestra)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO PRIMO, Scena prima: Introduzione
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO PRIMO, Scena prima, Recitativo & Duetto: Ah del padre in periglio (Donna Anna/Don Ottavio)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO PRIMO, Scena prima, Recitativo & Duetto: Fuggi, crudele, fuggi! (Donna Anna/Leporello)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO PRIMO, Scena seconda: Recitativo: Orsù, spicciati presto (Don Giovanni/Leporello)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO PRIMO, Scena seconda: Aria: Ah, chi mi dice mai (Donna Elvira)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO PRIMO, Scena seconda: Recitativo: Chi è là? (Donna Elvira/Don Giovanni/Leporello)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO PRIMO, Scena seconda: Aria: Madamina, il catalogo è questo (Leporello)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO PRIMO, Scena seconda: Recitativo: In questa forma (Donna Elvira)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO PRIMO, Scena terza: Coro: Giovinette che fate all'amore (Zerlina/Coro/Masetto)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO PRIMO, Scena terza: Recitativo: Manco male è partita (Don Giovanni/Leporello/Zerlina/Masetto)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO PRIMO, Scena terza: Aria: Ho capito, signor si! (Masetto)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO PRIMO, Scena terza, Recitativo & Duetto: Alfin siam liberati (Don Giovanni/Zerlina)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO PRIMO, Scena terza, Recitativo & Duetto: Là ci darem la mano (Don Giovanni/Zerlina)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO PRIMO, Scena terza: Recitativo: Fermati, scellerato! (Donna Elvira/Zerlina/Don Giovanni)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO PRIMO, Scena terza: Aria: Ah! fuggi il traditor! (Donna Elvira)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO PRIMO, Scena terza, Recitativo & Quartetto: Mi par ch'oggi il demonio
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO PRIMO, Scena terza, Recitativo & Quartetto: Non ti fidar, o misera (Don Giovanni/Don Ottavio/Donna Anna/Don Elvira)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO PRIMO, Scena terza: Recitativo: Povera sventatura! (Don Giovanni)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO PRIMO, Scena terza, Recitativo & Aria: Don Ottavio, son morta! (Donna Anna/Don Ottavio)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO PRIMO, Scena terza, Recitativo & Aria: Or sai chi l'onore (Donna Anna)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO PRIMO, Scena terza, Recitativo & Aria: Come mai creder deggio (Don Ottavio)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO PRIMO, Scena terza, Recitativo & Aria: Dalla sua pace (Don Ottavio)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO PRIMO, Scena terza: Recitativo: Io deggio ad agni patto (Leporello/Don Giovanni)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO PRIMO, Scena terza: Aria: Finch'han dal vino (Don Giovanni)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO PRIMO, Scena quarta: Recitativo: Masetto, senti un po (Zerlina/Masetto)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO PRIMO, Scena quarta: Aria: Batti, batti, o bel Masetto (Zerlina)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO PRIMO, Scena quarta: Recitativo: Guarda un po' (Masetto/Don Giovanni/Zerlina)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO PRIMO, Scena quarta: Presto, presto, pria ch'ei venga (Masetto/Zerlina/Don Giovanni/Coro)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO PRIMO, Scena quarta, Finale: Tra quest'abori celata (Zerlina/Don Giovanni/Masetto)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO PRIMO, Scena quarta, Finale: Bisogna aver coraggio (Donna Elvira/Don Ottavio/Donna Anna/Leporello/Don Giovanni)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO PRIMO, Scena quarta, Finale: Protegga il giusto cielo ... Vendichi il giusto cielo (Donna Anna/Don Ottavio/Donna Elvira)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO PRIMO, Scena quinta, Finale: Riposate, vezzose ragazze (Don Giovanni/Leporello/Masetto/Zerlina)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO PRIMO, Scena quinta, Finale: Venite pur avanti (Leporello/Don Giovanni/Donna/Donna Elvira/Don Ottavio/Masetto/Zerlina)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO PRIMO, Scena quinta, Finale: Ecco il birbo che t'ha offesa!
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO PRIMO, Scena quinta, Finale: Trema, trema, o scellerato! (Don Giovanni/Leporello/Don Ottavio/Donna Anna/Donna Elvira)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO SECONDO, Scena prima: Duetto: Eh via, buffone, non me seccar! (Don Giovanni/Leporello)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO SECONDO, Scena prima: Recitativo: Leporello!...Signore? (Don Giovanni/Leporello)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO SECONDO, Scena prima: Trio: Ah taci, ingiusto core! (Donna Elvira/Leporello/Don Giovanni)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO SECONDO, Scena prima: Recitativo: Amico, che ti par? (Don Giovanni/Leporello/Donna Elvira)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO SECONDO, Scena prima: Serenata: Deh vieni all finestra (Don Giovanni)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO SECONDO, Scena prima: Recitativo: V'è gente alla finestra (Don Giovanni/Masetto)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO SECONDO, Scena prima: Aria: Metà di voi qua vadano (Don Giovanni)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO SECONDO, Scena prima: Recitativo: Zitto, lascia ch'io senta/Ahi! ahi! La testa mia! (Masetto/Zerlina)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO SECONDO, Scena prima: Aria: Vedrai, carino (Zerlina)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO SECONDO, Scena seconda: Recitativo: Di molte faci il lume (Leporello/Donna Elvira)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO SECONDO, Scena seconda, Sestetto: Sola, sola in buio loco
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO SECONDO, Scena seconda, Sestetto: Ferma briccone, dove ten vai!
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO SECONDO, Scena seconda, Sestetto: Mille torbidi pensieri (Donna Elvira/Leporello/Don Ottavio/Donna Anna/Zerlina/Masetto)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO SECONDO, Scena seconda: Recitativo: Dunque quello sei tu (Zerlina/Donna Elvira/Don Ottavio/Masetto)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO SECONDO, Scena seconda: Aria: Ah, pietà, signori miei! (Leporello)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO SECONDO, Scena seconda: Recitativo: Ferma, perfido, ferma! (Donna Elvira/Masetto/Zerlina/Don Ottavio)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO SECONDO, Scena seconda: Aria: Il mio tesoro (Don Ottavio)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO SECONDO, Scena seconda, Recitativo & Aria: In quali eccessi (Donna Elvira)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO SECONDO, Scena seconda, Recitativo & Aria: Mi tradì quell'alma ingrata (Donna Elvira)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO SECONDO, Scena terza: Scena: Ah, ah, ah, questa è buona (Don Giovanni/Leporello/Commendatore)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO SECONDO, Scena terza: Duetto: O statua gentilissima (Leporello/Don Giovanni)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO SECONDO, Scena quarta: Recitativo: Calmetevi, idol mio! (Donna Ottavio/Donna Anna)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO SECONDO, Scena quarta, Recitativo & Aria: Crudele? Ah no, mio bene!
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO SECONDO, Scena quarta, Recitativo & Aria: Forse un giorno (Donna Anna)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO SECONDO, Scena quarta: Recitativo: Ah si segua il suo passo (Don Ottavio)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO SECONDO, Scena quinta, Finale: Già la mensa è preparata (Don Giovanni/Leporello)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO SECONDO, Scena quinta, Finale: L'utlima prova dell'amor mio (Donna Elvira/Don Giovanni/Leporello)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO SECONDO, Scena quinta, Finale: Don Giovanni, a cenar teco (Commendatore/Don Giovanni/Leporello)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO SECONDO, Scena quinta, Finale: Da qual tremore insolito (Don Giovanni/Coro di diavili/Leporello)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO SECONDO, Scena quinta, Epilogo: An dov'è il perfido? (Donna Elvira/Zerina/Don OttavioMasetto/Donna Anna Leporello)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO SECONDO, Scena quinta, Epilogo: Or che tutti, o mio tesoro (Don Ottavio/Donna Anna/Donna Elvira/Zerlina/Masetto/Leporello)
Don Giovanni K527, ATTO SECONDO, Scena quinta, Epilogo: Questo è il fin (Tutti)
Massenet: Werther - Prélude
Massenet: Werther / Act 1 - "Assez! Assez!" - "Noël! Jésus vient de naître!" - "Bravo pour les enfants!"
Massenet: Werther / Act 1 - "Je ne sais si je veille" - "O Nature, pleine de grâce
Massenet: Werther / Act 1 - "Jésus vient de naître!" - "Charlotte! Charlotte!" - "Ah! monsieur Werther!" - "Arriver donc, Brühlmann!"
Massenet: Werther / Act 1 - "O spectacle idéal d'amour et d'innoncence" - "Mon- sieur Werther!..." - "A ceux-là ne souhaitons rien!" "Vivat Bacchus!"
Massenet: Werther / Act 1 - "Sophie!"
Massenet: Werther / Act 1 - "Elle m'aime..elle pense à moi" - "Quelle prière" - Interlude orchestral"
Massenet: Werther / Act 1 - "Il faut nous séparer" - "Ah! Pourvu que je voie ces yeux"
Massenet: Werther / Act 1 - "Mais vous ne saver rien de moi" - "Mon âme a recon- nu votre âme" - "Vous avez dit vrai!" - "Si vous l'a- viez connue"
Massenet: Werther / Act 1 - "Rêve! Extase! Bonheur!" - "Charlotte! Charlotte! Al- bert est de retour!"
Massenet: Werther / Act 2 - Prélude - "Vivat Bacchus! Semper vivat!"
Massenet: Werther / Act 2 - "Trois mois! Voici trois mois que nous sommes unis!"
Massenet: Werther / Act 2 - "Un autre est son époux!" - "J'aurais sur ma poitrine" - "Si Kätchen reviendra"
Massenet: Werther / Act 2 - "Mais celle qui devint ma femme" - "Vous l'avez dit, mon âme est loyale"
Massenet: Werther / Act 2 - "Frère, voyez le beau bouquet!" - "Du gai soleil, plein de flamme" - "Heureux! Pourrai-je l'être encore? - "Du gai soleil"
Massenet: Werther / Act 2 - "Ah! qu'il est loin" - "N'est-il donc pas d'autre fem- me ici-bas"
Massenet: Werther / Act 2 - "Lorsque l'enfant revient" - "Mais venez donc!"
Massenet: Werther / Act 3 - Prélude
Massenet: Werther / Act 3 - "Werther! Werther!..qui m'aurait dit" - "Ces lettres ...ah!"
Massenet: Werther / Act 3 - "Bonjour, grande soeur!" - "Mais souffres-tu?" - "Ah le rire est béni!"
Massenet: Werther / Act 3 - "Va! Laisse couler mes larmes" - "Les larmes qu'on ne pleure pas"
Massenet: Werther / Act 3 - "Ah! mon courage m'abandonne!"
Massenet: Werther / Act 3 - "Oui, c'est moi!" - "Pourqoi cette parole" - "Traduire ...Ah!"
Massenet: Werther / Act 3 - "Pourquoi me réveiller, ô souffle du printemps?"
Massenet: Werther / Act 3 - "N'achevez pas!" - "Ciel, ai-je compris?" - "Non, vous ne verrez plus"
Massenet: Werther / Act 3 - "Ah! Moi! Moi! Dans ses bras!" - "Mais non, c'est im- possible" - "Prends le deuil, ô nature!"
Massenet: Werther / Act 3 - "Werther est de retour"
Massenet: Werther / Act 4 - La Nuit de Noël (orchestre)
Massenet: Werther / Act 4 - "Werther!...Rien!.." - "Non, non c'est impossible!"
Massenet: Werther / Act 4 - "Qui parle?"
Massenet: Werther / Act 4 - "Oui, du jour même"
Massenet: Werther / Act 4 - "Noël! Noël! Noël!" - "Oui, Noël c'est le chant de la délivrance"
Massenet: Werther / Act 4 - "Ah! Ses yeux se ferment.." - "Là-bas, au fond du ci- metière" - "Jésus vient de naître"
Lord! I married me a wife
She's like the swallow
Lemady
Bonny at morn
Bugeilio'r Gwenith Gwyn
Dafydd y Garreg Wen
The False Knight upon the Road
Bird Scarer's Song
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.1 The Return to Ulster (Walter Scott)
No.7 His boat comes on the sunny tide (J. Baillie)
No.4 The morning air plays on my face (J. Baillie)
No.2 Sweet power of song (J. Baillie)
No.5 On the Massacre of Glencoe (Walter Scott)
No.10 The Deserter (J.P. Curran)
No.12 English Bulls
No.6 What shall I do to shew how much I love her
No.21 Morning a cruel Turmoiler is (A. Boswell)
No.3 Once more I hail thee (R. Burns)
No.8 Come draw we round a cheerful ring (J. Baillie)
No.9 The Soldier's Dream (Th. Campbell)
No.18 They bid me slight my Dermot dear (W. Smyth)
No.13 Musing on the roaring ocean (R. Burns)
No.14 Dermot and Shelah (T. Toms)
No.25 Oh harp of Erin (D. Thomson)
No.22 From Garyone, my happy home (T. Toms)
No.11 Thou emblem of faith (J.P. Curran)
No.15 Let brainspinning swains (A. Boswell)
No.16 Hide not thy anguish (W. Smyth)
No.19 Wife, Children and Friends (W.R. Spencer)
No.17 In vain to this desert (Mrs. Grant/R. Burns)
No.23 The wand'ring gypsy (Dr. Wolcot)
No.20 Farewell bliss and farewell Nancy (Mrs. Grant)
No.24 The Traugh welcome
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)