Felicity Lott

Composers

Biography

Born: May 8, 1947; Cheltenham, England  
English soprano Felicity Lott began her musical studies on the violin and piano, but she did not entertain the idea of a musical career until after completing a degree in French at the Royal Holloway College. Having studied voice during college, she auditioned for the Royal Academy of Music, and spent the next four years there. Her debut came in London as Seleuce in Handel's Tolomeo, but she first came to public attention in 1975 when she stepped Read more in as Pamina in Die Zauberflöte at the English National Opera, where she also sang Natasha in Prokofiev's War and Peace and Roxane in Szymanowski's King Roger. In 1976 at the Royal Opera, Covent Garden she continued this thread of modern opera in Henze's We Come to the River and Britten's A Midsummer Night's Dream. The following year, she sang Anne Trulove in The Rake's Progress at Glyndebourne and Jennifer in Tippett's Midsummer marriage at the Welsh National Opera. Perhaps even more important was singing the Countess in Strauss's Capriccio for the Glyndebourne Touring Company; this was the first of many Strauss roles she was to make her own.

Lott also undertook roles from the standard repertory, including Poppea in Monteverdi's L'incoronazione di Poppea, the Countess in Le Nozze di Figaro, Fiordiligi in Così fan tutte and Xiphares in Mitridate, ré di Ponto. She had great success in French opera, especially as Charpentier's Louise, Blanche in Poulenc's Dialogues des Carmelites and the Woman in La voix humaine. She eventually added more Strauss roles to her repertoire, including both Octavian and the Marschallin in Der Rosenkavalier, Christine in Intermezzo and Arabella. She has sung at all of the major opera houses around the world, including Lyric Opera of Chicago, San Francisco, the Metropolitan, Hamburg, Dresden, Vienna, Paris Opera, and Munich. Her Mozart roles have remained central in her performing schedule.

Lott is also very active as a recitalist. She is one of the original members of the Songmaker's Almanac, a group created by pianist Graham Johnson to explore all areas of song literature. She and Richard Jackson have been admired for their performances of Wolf's Italianisches Liederbuch. She is also well known for her interpretations of the songs of Francis Poulenc and has recorded nearly all of the songs appropriate for female voice. Her performances of Schumann's Frauenliebe und -leben and Berg's Sieben frühe Lieder are also highly acclaimed. Her recital programs are unusually varied and often contain little-known pieces, and are much anticipated by audiences. She also appears regularly with major orchestras around the world. Her concert repertoire includes the second and fourth symphonies of Mahler, the oratorios of Bach, Handel, Mendelssohn, and, of course, the Four Last Songs of Strauss.

When Felicity Lott began performing, her voice was a medium sized lyric soprano with a strong lower register. As she has matured, the voice has taken on darker hues which have enabled her to be able to fulfill all of the demands of the great Strauss operas for which she is justly famous. She has excellent control of the entire dynamic range and a wonderful feel for the long phrases of Mozart and Strauss. She is an excellent actress and is careful to create a complete character in her performances.

Lott is married to the actor Gabriel Woolf. She became a Commander of the British Empire in 1990, and was knighted as a Dame Commander of the British Empire in 1996. Read less
Poulenc: Complete Songs Vol 1 / Milne, Anderson, Murray, Lott, Maltman, Lemalu, Martineau
Release Date: 04/26/2011   Label: Signum U.k.  
Catalog: 247   Number of Discs: 1
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Handel - Mozart: Messiah / Mackerras, Lott, Palmer, Langridge
Release Date: 04/25/2006   Label: Signum U.k.  
Catalog: 74   Number of Discs: 2
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Poulenc: Complete Songs Vol 2 / Milne, Anderson, Murray, Lott, Maltman, Lemalu, Martineau
Release Date: 07/26/2011   Label: Signum U.k.  
Catalog: 263   Number of Discs: 1
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  • 126.
    Mozart: Don Giovanni / Mackerras, Skovhus, Corbelli
    Label: Telarc   Catalog: 80420 Release Date: 08/27/1996   Number of Discs: 3
    Composer:  Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
    Performer:  Nuccia Focile,  Felicity Lott,  Jerry Hadley,  Umberto Chiummo  ... 
    Conductor:  Sir Charles Mackerras
    Orchestra/Ensemble:  Scottish Chamber Orchestra,  Scottish Chamber Chorus
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  • 127.
    Hyperion French Song Edition - Hahn / Lott, Bickley, Et Al
    Label: Hyperion   Catalog: 67141/2 Release Date: 07/10/1996   Number of Discs: 2
    Composer:  Reynaldo Hahn
    Performer:  Graham Johnson,  Stephen Varcoe,  Susan Bickley,  Felicity Lott  ... 
    Conductor:  Stephen Layton
    Orchestra/Ensemble:  London Chorale
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  • 128.
    The Wedding Album
    Label: Erato   Catalog: 99709 Release Date: 02/13/1996   Number of Discs: 1
    Composer:  Gabriel Fauré,  Tomaso Albinoni,  Johann Pachelbel,  Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart  ... 
    Performer:  Philippe Pierlot,  Rotraud Hansmann,  Felicity Lott,  Marie-Claire Alain  ... 
    Conductor:  Michel Corboz,  Claudio Scimone,  Jean-François Paillard,  Theodor Guschlbauer  ... 
    Orchestra/Ensemble:  Berne Symphony Orchestra,  Maitrise Saint-Pierre Aux Liens de Bulle,  I Solisti Veneti  ... 
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  • 129.
    Strauss: Orchestral Songs Vol 2 / Lott, Järvi, Scottish No
    Label: Chandos   Catalog: 9159 Release Date: 07/26/1994   Number of Discs: 1
    Composer:  Richard Strauss
    Performer:  Felicity Lott
    Conductor:  Neeme Järvi
    Orchestra/Ensemble:  Royal Scottish National Orchestra
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  • 130.
    Mozart: Così Fan Tutte / Mackerras, Lott, Hadley, Et Al
    Label: Telarc   Catalog: 80360 Release Date: 03/29/1994   Number of Discs: 3
    Composer:  Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
    Performer:  Gilles Cachemaille,  Alessandro Corbelli,  Jerry Hadley,  Marie McLaughlin  ... 
    Conductor:  Sir Charles Mackerras
    Orchestra/Ensemble:  Scottish Chamber Orchestra,  Edinburgh Festival Chorus
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  • 131.
    The Hyperion Schubert Edition - Complete Songs Vol 19
    Label: Hyperion   Catalog: 33019 Release Date: 01/04/1994   Number of Discs: 1
    Composer:  Franz Schubert
    Performer:  Felicity Lott,  Graham Johnson
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  • 132.
    Gounod: Songs / Lott, Murray, Rolfe-johnson, Johnson
    Label: Hyperion   Catalog: 66801/2 Release Date: 12/28/1993   Number of Discs: 2
    Composer:  Charles Gounod
    Performer:  Anthony Rolfe Johnson,  Graham Johnson,  Ann Murray,  Felicity Lott
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  • 133.
    Handel: Samson / Leppard, Baker, Watts, Tear, Luxon
    Label: Erato Libretto   Catalog: 45994 Release Date: 05/11/1993   Number of Discs: 3
    Composer:  George Frideric Handel
    Performer:  Benjamin Luxon,  Felicity Lott,  Philip Langridge,  Norma Burrowes  ... 
    Conductor:  Raymond Leppard
    Orchestra/Ensemble:  London Voices,  English Chamber Orchestra
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  • 134.
    Brahms: Ein Deutsches Requiem / Hickox, London So & Chorus
    Label: Chandos   Catalog: 8942 Release Date: 10/28/1992   Number of Discs: 1
    Composer:  Johannes Brahms
    Performer:  Felicity Lott,  David Wilson-Johnson
    Conductor:  Richard Hickox
    Orchestra/Ensemble:  London Symphony Orchestra,  London Symphony Chorus
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  • 135.
    Wolf: Mörike Lieder, Goethe Lieder / Lott, Parsons
    Label: Chandos   Catalog: 8726 Release Date: 10/28/1992   Number of Discs: 1
    Composer:  Hugo Wolf
    Performer:  Geoffrey Parsons,  Felicity Lott
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  • 136.
    Strauss: Rosenkavalier Suite, Etc / Järvi, Lott, Scottish No
    Label: Chandos   Catalog: 8758 Release Date: 03/03/1992   Number of Discs: 1
    Composer:  Richard Strauss
    Performer:  Felicity Lott
    Conductor:  Neeme Järvi
    Orchestra/Ensemble:  Royal Scottish National Orchestra
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  • 137.
    Haydn: Missa In Angustiis
    Label: Archiv Produktion (Dg)   Catalog: 423097 Release Date: 10/25/1990   Number of Discs: 1
    Composer:  Franz Joseph Haydn
    Performer:  Carolyn Watkinson,  Maldwyn Davies,  David Wilson-Johnson,  Felicity Lott
    Conductor:  Trevor Pinnock
    Orchestra/Ensemble:  English Concert Choir,  English Concert
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  • 138.
    Vivaldi: Sacred Choral Music Vol 1 / Negri, Lott, Marshall
    Label: Philips   Catalog: 420648 Release Date: 06/01/1988   Number of Discs: 1
    Composer:  Antonio Vivaldi
    Performer:  Margaret Marshall,  Birgit Finnilä,  Felicity Lott,  Ann Murray
    Conductor:  Vittorio Negri
    Orchestra/Ensemble:  English Chamber Orchestra,  John Alldis Choir
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  • 139.
    Vivaldi: Sacred Choral Music Vol 2 / Negri, Burgess, Lott
    Label: Philips   Catalog: 420649 Release Date: 05/13/1988   Number of Discs: 1
    Composer:  Antonio Vivaldi
    Performer:  Ann Murray,  Felicity Lott,  Margaret Marshall,  Sally Burgess  ... 
    Conductor:  Vittorio Negri
    Orchestra/Ensemble:  John Alldis Choir,  English Chamber Orchestra
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  • 140.
    100 Best Adagio Voices
    Label: Emi Classics   Catalog: 64292 Release Date: 09/22/0009   Number of Discs: 6
    Composer:  Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart,  Johann Sebastian Bach,  George Frideric Handel,  Giovanni Battista Pergolesi  ... 
    Performer:  Natalie Dessay,  Philippe Jaroussky,  Toby Spence,  Barbara Hendricks  ... 
    Conductor:  Louis Langrée,  Emmanuelle Haïm,  Sir Neville Marriner,  Andrew Parrott  ... 
    Orchestra/Ensemble:  Le Concert D'Astrée,  Academy of St. Martin in the Fields,  Taverner Players  ... 
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Biography

Born: May 8, 1947; Cheltenham, England  
English soprano Felicity Lott began her musical studies on the violin and piano, but she did not entertain the idea of a musical career until after completing a degree in French at the Royal Holloway College. Having studied voice during college, she auditioned for the Royal Academy of Music, and spent the next four years there. Her debut came in London as Seleuce in Handel's Tolomeo, but she first came to public attention in 1975 when she stepped Read more
WORKS ALBUMS
TITLE/COMPOSER
LABEL
Kyrie
Gloria: Gloria in excelsis Deo
Gloria: Qui tollis
Gloria: Quoniam
Credo: Credo in unum Deum
Credo: Et incarnatus est
Credo: Et resurrexit
Sanctus
Benedictus
Agnus Dei: Agnus Dei qui tollis
Agnus Dei: Dona nobis pacem
I. Introduction
II. "Allô, allô?"
III. "Allô ! c'est toi?"
IV. "Hier soir, je me suis couchée tout de suite"
V. "Allô, chéri?Si on coupe, redemande-moi tout de suite"
VI. "Quelle comédie ?"
VII. "Souviens-toi du dimanche de Versailles"
VIII. "Demain ? Je ne savais pas que c'était si rapide"
IX. "Allô?et comme ça"
X. "Oh ! non, mon chéri, surtout ne me regarde pas"
XI. "Allô, allô, Mademoiselle"
XII. "Allô ! Ah ! Chéri, c'est toi?"
XIII. "Hier soir, j'ai voulu prendre un comprimé"
XIV. "Il était quatre heures du matin"
XV. "Allô ! J'entends de la musique?"
XVI. "Pardonne-moi, je sais que cette scène est intolérable"
XVII. "Avant-hier soir ? J'ai dormi"
XVIII. "Allô, allô, Madame, retirez-vous"
XIX. "Sois tranquille. On ne se suicide pas deux fois"
XX. "Allô !...Allô !...Mon Dieu, faites qu'il redemande"
XXI. "Alors, voilà?J'allais dire machinalement: à tout de suite"
Coronation Ode, Op.44 (1987 Remastered Version): I. Crown the King
Coronation Ode, Op.44 (1987 Remastered Version): IIa. The Queen
Coronation Ode, Op.44 (1987 Remastered Version): IIb. Daughter of ancient Kings
Coronation Ode, Op.44 (1987 Remastered Version): III. Britain, ask of thyself
Coronation Ode, Op.44 (1987 Remastered Version): IV. Hark, upon the hallowed air...Only let the heart be pure
Coronation Ode, Op.44 (1987 Remastered Version): V. Peace, gentle Peace
Coronation Ode, Op.44 (1987 Remastered Version): VI. Land of hope and glory
Come ye Sons of Art, Z.323: I Overture
Come ye Sons of Art, Z. 323: II. "Come, ye Sons of Art, come away" (Countertenor, Chorus)
Come ye Sons of Art, Z.323: III "Sound the trumpet" (Counter-Tenors)
Come ye Sons of Art, Z.323: IV "Come, ye Sons of Art, come away" (Chorus)
Come ye Sons of Art, Z.323: V "Strike the viol" (Counter-Tenor)
Come ye Sons of Art, Z.323: VI "The day that such a blessing" (Bass, Chorus)
Come ye Sons of Art, Z.323: VII "Bid the Virtues" (Soprano)
Come ye Sons of Art, Z.323: VIII "These, are the sacred charms" (Bass)
Come ye Sons of Art, Z.323: IX "See Nature, rejoicing" (Soprano, Bass, Chorus)
Samson : Act 1 Sinfonia
Samson : Act 1 "This day, a solemn feast to Dagon held" [Samson]
Samson : Act 1 "Awake the trumpet's lofty sound!" [Chorus]
Samson : Act 1 "Ye men of Gaza, hither bring the merry pipe and pleasing string" [Dalila]
Samson : Act 1 "Awake the trumpet's lofty sound" [Chorus]
Samson : Act 1 "Loud as the thunder's awful voice" [Philistine]
Samson : Act 1 "Then free from sorrow, free from the thrall" [Philistine Woman]
Samson : Act 1 "Awake the trumpet's lofty sound!" [Chorus]
Samson : Act 1 "Why by an angel was my birth foretold" [Samson]
Samson : Act 1 "Torments, alas! are not confin'd to heart, or head, or breast!" [Samson]
Samson : Act 1 "Oh change beyond report, thought or belief!" [Micah]
Samson : Act 1 "Oh mirror of our fickle state!" [Micah]
Samson : Act 1 "Whom have I to compain of but myself" [Samson] ... "Oh loss of sight! of thee I most complain!" [Samson]
Samson : Act 1 "Total eclipse! no sun, no moon, all dark amidst the blaze of noon!" [Samson]
Samson : Act 1 "Since light so necessary is to life" [Micah]
Samson : Act 1 "Oh first created beam!" [Chorus]
Samson : Act 1 "Ye see, my friends, how woes enclose me round" [Samson], "Here comes thy rev'rend sire, old Manoah" [Micah, Samson]
Samson : Act 1 "Brethren and men of Dan, say, where is my son" [Manoah, Micah] "O miserable change!" [Manoah] "Oh ever failing trust in mortal strength!" [Israelitish Man]
Samson : Act 1 "God of our fathers, what is man?" [Israelitish Man]
Samson : Act 1 "The good we wish for, often proves our bane" [Manoah]
Samson : Act 1 "Thy glorious deeds inspir'd my tongue" [Manoah]
Samson : Act 1 "Justly these evils have befall'n thy son" [Samson] "Worse yet remains" [Manoah] "This have I done" [Samson]
Samson : Act 1 "My griefs for this forbid mine eyes to close" [Samson]
Samson : Act 1 "Why does the God of Israel sleep?" [Samson]
Samson : Act 1 "There lies our hope!" [Micah]
Samson : Act 1 "Then shall they know" [Chorus]
Samson : Act 1 "For thee, my dearest son" [Manoah] "It should be so - to expiate my crime" [Samson] "Be for thy fate contrite" [Manoah] "Why should I live?" [Samson]
Samson : Act 1 "Then long eternity shall greet your bliss" [Micah]
Samson : Act 1 "Joys that are pure" [Micah]
Samson : Act 1 "Then round about the starry throne" [Chorus]
Samson : Act 2 "Despair not thus" [Manoah] "Wher'er the liquid brook or fountain flow'd" [Samson] "Trust yet in God!" [Manoah]
Samson : Act 2 "Just are the way of God to man" [Manoah]
Samson : Act 2 "My evils hopeless are!" [Samson] "Relieve thy champion" [Micah]
Samson : Act 2 "Return, oh God of hosts!" [Micah]
Samson : Act 2 "To dust his glory they would tread" [Chorus]
Samson : Act 2 "But who is this?" [Micah] ... "How cunningly the sorceress displays her own transgressions" [Samson]
Samson : Act 2 "With plaintive notes and am'rous moan" [Dalila, Samson]
Samson : Act 2 "Did Love constrain thee?" [Samson]
Samson : Act 2 "Your charms to ruin led the way" [Samson]
Samson : Act 2 "Forgive what's done" [Dalila]
Samson : Act 2 "My - Her faith and truth, oh Samson, prove Dalila" [Dalila, Virgin]
Samson : Act 2 "Her faith and truth, oh Samson, prove" [Chorus]
Samson : Act 2 "To fleeting pleasures make your court" [Dalila]
Samson : Act 2 "Her faith and truth, oh Samson, prove" [Chorus]
Samson : Act 2 "How charming is domestic ease!" [Dalila]
Samson : Act 2 "Her faith and truth, oh Samson, prove" [Chorus]
Samson : Act 2 "Ne'er think of that! I know thy warbling charms" [Samson] "Let me approach, at least" [Dalila] "Not for thy life" [Samson] "Thou art more deaf to pray'rs than winds or seas" [Dalila]
Samson : Act 2 "Traitor to love! I'll sue no more" [Dalila] "Traitress to love! I'll hear no more" [Samson] "She's gone! a serpent manifest" [Micah, Samson]
Samson : Act 2 "It is not virtue, valour, wit" [Israelitish Man]
Samson : Act 2 "Favour'd of heaven is he, who finds one true" [Samson]
Samson : Act 2 "To man God's universal law gave pow'r to keep the wife in awe" [Chorus]
Samson : Act 2 "No words of peace, no voice enchanting fear" [Micah] ... "The honour certain to have won from thee I lose" [Harapha]
Samson : Act 2 "Honour and arms scorn such a foe" [Harapha]
Samson : Act 2 "Put on your arms" "My strength is from the living God" [Samson]
Samson : Act 2 "With thee!" [Harapha] "Cam'st thou for this, vain boaster?" [Samson, Harapha]
Samson : Act 2 "Go, baffled coward, go" [Samson] "Presume not on thy God" [Harapha]
Samson : Act 2 "Here lies the proof" [Micah]
Samson : Act 2 "Hear, Jacob's God, Jehovah, hear!" [Chorus]
Samson : Act 2 "Dagon, arise! attend thy sacred feast!" [Harapha]
Samson : Act 2 "To song and dance we give the day" [Philistine]
Samson : Act 2 "To song and dance we give the day" [Chorus]
Samson : Act 2 "Fix'd in his everlasting seat" [Chorus]
Samson : Act 3 "More trouble is behind" [Micah] ... "My message, given with speed, brooks no delay" [Harapha]
Samson : Act 3 "Presuming slave, to move their wrath!" [Harapha]
Samson : Act 3 "Reflect then, Samson, matters now are strain'd" [Micah] "Shall I abuse this consecrated gift of strength" [Samson]
Samson : Act 3 "With thunder arm'd, great God, arise!" [Chorus]
Samson : Act 3 "Be of good courage" [Samson, Micah, Harapha]
Samson : Act 3 "Thus when the sun from's wat'ry bed" [Samson]
Samson : Act 3 "With might endued, above the sons of men" [Micah]
Samson : Act 3 "The Holy One of Israel be thy guide" [Micah] "To fame immortal go" [Chorus]
Samson : Act 3 "Old Manoah, with youthful steps, makes haste to find his son" [Micah] "I come, my brethren, not to seek my son" [Manoah]
Samson : Act 3 "Great Dagon has subdued our foe" [Philistine] "Great Dagon has subdued our foe" [Chorus]
Samson : Act 3 "What noise of joy was that?" [Manoah, Micah]
Samson : Act 3 "How willing my paternal love the weight to share of filial care" [Manoah]
Samson : Act 3 "Your hopes of his deliv'ry seem not vain" [Micah] "I know your friendly minds, and - Heav'n! what noise!" [Manoah] "Hear us, our God!" [Chorus]
Samson : Act 3 "Noise call you this? an universal groan" [Micah] ... "Unwounded of his enemies he fell" [Messenger, Manoah]
Samson : Act 3 "Ye sons of Israel, now lament" [Micah] "Weep, Israel, weep" [Chorus]
Samson : Act 3 "Proceed we hence to find his body" [Manoah]
Samson : Act 3 Dead March
Samson : Act 3 "The body comes" [Micah, Manoah]
Samson : Act 3 "Glorious hero, may thy grave peace and honour ever have" [Chorus]
Samson : Act 3 "Come, come! no time for lamentation" [Manoah]
Samson : Act 3 "Let the bright Seraphim" [Israelitish Woman]
Samson : Act 3 "Let their celestial concerts all unite" [Chorus]
I. Allegro maestoso
II. Andante moderato
III. In ruhig fliessender Bewegung
IV. Urlicht: Sehr feierlich, aber schlicht
V. Finale: Im Tempo des Scherzos
No. 1. Beim Schlafengehen
No. 2. September
No. 3. Fruhling
No. 4. Im Abendrot
Die Lustige Witwe (complete), ACT 1: Introdktion - Verehrteste Damen und Herren
Die Lustige Witwe (complete), ACT 1: So kommen Sie!...Ich bin eine anständ'ge Frau (Valencienne, Camille)
Die Lustige Witwe (complete), ACT 1: Bitte, meine Herr'n...Hab' in Paris mich noch nicht, ganz so acclimatisiert
Die Lustige Witwe (complete), ACT 1: O Vaterland...Da geh' ich zu Maxim (Entrance song: Danilo)
Die Lustige Witwe (complete), ACT 1: Ja was? ein trautes Zimmerlein (Zauber der Häuslichkeit (Val, Cam)
Die Lustige Witwe (complete), ACT 1: Damenwahl!...Es gibt keine gorss're Beleidigung
Die Lustige Witwe (complete), ACT 1: Oh Kommet doch, oh kommt, Ihr Ballsirenen...Wie die Blumen im Lenze erbluh'n
Die Lustige Witwe (complete), ACT 1: Der junge Mann tenzt Polka
Die Lustige Witwe (complete), ACT 2: Intoduktion, Tanz und Vilja-Lied: Ich bitte, hier jetzt zu verweilen..Mi velimo dase...Nun lasst uns aber wie daheim...Es lebt'eine Vilja
Die Lustige Witwe (complete), ACT 2: Heia, Mädel, aufgeschaut...Dummer, dummer Reitersmann (Hanna, Danilo)
Die Lustige Witwe (complete), ACT 2: Wie die Weiber...Ja, das Studium de Weiber ist schwer
Die Lustige Witwe (complete), ACT 2: Mein Freund, Vernunft!...Wie eine Rosenknospe (Valencienne, Camille)
Die Lustige Witwe (complete), ACT 2: Ha! Ha! Wir fragen was man von uns will?!...Wie eine Rosenknospe
Die Lustige Witwe (complete), ACT 2: Den Herrschaften hab'ich was zu erzahlen!...Die Ehe ist fur mich privat
Die Lustige Witwe (complete), ACT 2: Ganz nach Pariser Art!
Die Lustige Witwe (complete), ACT 2: Es waren zwei konigskinder...Ich gehe zu Maxim
Die Lustige Witwe (complete), ACT 3: Tanz Szene
Die Lustige Witwe (complete), ACT 3: Ja, wir sind es, die Grisetten (Valencienne, Grisettes)
Die Lustige Witwe (complete), ACT 3: Lippen schweigen (Hanna, Danilo)
Die Lustige Witwe (complete), ACT 3: Ja, das Stadium der Weiber ist schwerz
Requiem in D Minor, K.626: I. Introitus: Requiem aeternam (with sop. solo) -
Requiem in D Minor, K.626: II. Kyrie
Requiem in D Minor, K.626, III. Sequenz: 1. Dies irae
Requiem in D Minor, K.626, III. Sequenz: 2. Tuba mirum (SATB solo; Michael Hext, trombone)
Requiem in D Minor, K.626, III. Sequenz: 3. Rex tremendae
Requiem in D Minor, K.626, III. Sequenz: 4. Recordare (SATB solo)
Requiem in D Minor, K.626, III. Sequenz: 5. Confutatis -
Requiem in D minor (Mass No. 19) K626, III. Sequenz: 6. Lacrimosa
Requiem in D Minor, K.626, IV. Offertorium: 1. Domine Jesu Christe (with SATB solo) - Quam olim Abrahae
Requiem in D Minor, K.626, IV. Offertorium: 2. Hostias - Quam olim Abrahae
Requiem in D Minor, K.626: V. Sanctus - Osanna
Requiem in D Minor, K.626: VI. Benedictus (SATB solo) - Osanna
Requiem in D Minor, K.626: VII. Agnus Dei -
Requiem in D Minor, K.626: VIII. Communio: Lux aeterna (with sop. solo) - Cum sanctis tuis
Mass No. 18 in C Minor, K.427: I. Kyrie
Mass No. 18 in C Minor, K.427, II. Gloria: 1. Gloria in excelsis Deo
Mass No. 18 in C Minor, K.427, II. Gloria: 2. Laudamus te
Mass No. 18 in C Minor, K.427, II. Gloria: 3. Gratias agimus tibi
Mass No. 18 in C Minor, K.427, II. Gloria: 4. Domine Deus
Mass No. 18 in C Minor, K.427, II. Gloria: 5. Qui tollis
Mass No. 18 in C Minor, K.427, II. Gloria: 6. Quoniam tu solus sanctus
Mass No. 18 in C Minor, K.427, II. Gloria: 7. Jesu Christe - Cum Sancto Spiritu
Mass No. 18 in C Minor, K.427, III. Credo: 1. Credo in unum Deum
Mass No. 18 in C Minor, K.427, III. Credo: 2. Et incarnatus est
Mass No. 18 in C Minor, K.427: IV. Sanctus - Osanna
Mass No. 18 in C Minor, K.427: V. Benedictus - Osanna
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)
4 Duets Op. 61: Die Schwestern (wds. Mörike) Op.61 No.1
4 Duets Op. 61: Klosterfräulein (wds. Kerner) Op.61 No.2
4 Duets Op. 61: Phänomen (from Goethe) Op.61 No.3
4 Duets Op. 61: Die Boten der Liebe (trad Czech trans Wenzig) Op.61 No.4
2 Duos Op. 11: La nuit (wds. T. de Banville) Op.11 No.1
2 Duos Op. 11: Le réveil (wds. H. Balzac) Op.11 No.2
2 Ballads: Mother Comfort (wds. M. Slater)
2 Ballads: Mother Comfort (wds. M. Slater)
Lux aeterna
Domine Jesu Christe
Libera me
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte I: Overture: Allegro maestoso
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte I: No 1: Allegro 'En attendant que l'heure sonne' (Choeur)
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte I: No 1: Maestoso 'O Mon Fritz...' (Wanda/Fritz)
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte I: No 1: Chanson et Valse 'Allez jeunes filles, valsez et tournez...' (Fritz/Choeur/Wanda)
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte I: No 1: Allegro 'Des femmes, dans nos camps!' (Boum/Fritz)
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte I: No 1: 'A cheval sur la discipline...' (Boum/Choeur des Soldats/Fritz)
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte I: Récit: 'Vive le général Boum...' (Choeur/Boum/Fritz/Népomuc)
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte I: No 1 bis: Choeur de sortie 'Et Piff, Paff, Pouff' (Choeur/Fritz/Boum)
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte I: No 2: Duo 'Me voici! Me voici!' (Wanda/Fritz)
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte I: Récit: 'Ah! tu es pris...' (Boum/Wanda/Fritz/Puck/Nepomuc)
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte I: No 3a: 'Portez armes...' (Choeur)
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte I: No 3a: Entree de la Grande Duchesse - Récit accompagné 'Vouz aimez le danger...' (Duchesse)
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte I: No 3a: Rondeau 'Ah! Que j'aime les militaires...' (Duchesse/Fritz/Puck/Boum/Choeur)
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte I: Récit: 'Vive la Grande Duchesse' (l'armée/Duchesse/Boum/Fritz/Puck)
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte I: No 4: Chanson Militaire 'Ah! C'est un fameux regiment' (Duchesse/Fritz/Puck/Nepomuc Boum/Wanda/Demoiselles d'honneur/Choeur)
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte I: Récit: 'Madame...madame!' (Nepomuc/Duchesse/Boum)
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte I: No 4 bis: Chouer de sortie 'Sonnez donc la trompette....' (Choeur)
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte I: Récit: 'Mon Dieu...vous avez vu?' (Duchesse/Paul)
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte I: No 5: Chronique de la gazette Hollande 'Pour épouser une Princesse' (Paul/Duchesse)
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte I: Récit: 'Et voila!' (Fritz/Duchesse/Paul/Boum/Puck)
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte I: No 6: Allegro Marziale 'Ils vont tous partir pour la guerre' (Choeur/Tous)
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte I: No 6: Couplets du Sabre 'Voici le sabre de mon père' (Duchesse)
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte I: No 6: Final 'Vous pouvez sans terreur...' (Fritz/Tous)
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte I: No 6: Marche militaire 'Adieu, adieu, tu pars...' (Tous)
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte II: No 7: Entracte
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte II: No 8: Choeur et couplets 'Enfin la guerre est terminée' (Choeur des demoiselles d'honneur)
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte II: Récit et No 8 bis: 'Mesdemoiselles, mesdemoiselles, bonjour' (Paul/Demoiselles d'honneur/Nepomuc)
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte II: Récit: 'Ah! Messieurs! Grog je le vois' (Paul/Puck/Boum)
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte II: No 11: Trio bouffe et Ballade 'Ne devinez vous pas, c'est une sombre histoire' (Boum/Puck/Paul)
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte II: Récit: 'Donc, c'est d'accord' (Paul/Puck/Boum)
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte II: No 9: Retour de la guerre 'Apres la victoire' (Choeur/Fritz/Duchesse)
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte II: No 9: Rondo de Fritz 'En trés bon ordre nous partîmes' (Fritz)
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte II: Récit et Choeur de sorite No 9 bis: 'Magnifique! Vous parlez comme vous combattez' (Fritz/Duchesse)
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte II: Récit: 'Plus personne! Seuls!' (Duchesse/Fritz)
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte II (suite et fin): No 10: Duetto 'Oui Général quelqu'un vous aime' (Duchesse/Fritz)
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte II (suite et fin): No 10: Déclaration 'Dites lui qu'on l'a remarqué' (Duchesse/Fritz)
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte II (suite et fin): Récit: 'Altesse...qui vient?' (Nepomuc/Duchesse/Fritz/Boum)
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte II (suite et fin): Mélodrame: 'Faites entrer ces messieurs' (Duchesse/Boum/Puck/Paul)
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte II (suite et fin): No 12: Final 'Toute la ville est pavoisée' (Choeur/Tous)
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte II (suite et fin): No 12: Final 'Voila la Notaire' (Tous)
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte II (suite et fin): No 12: Final couplets de la Plume 'Elle n'a rien écrit encore' (Duchesse/Choeur)
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte II (suite et fin): No 12: Final Allegro 'Oui j'entend, je comprend' (Fritz/Wanda/Paul/Nepomuc/Puck/Boum/Duchesse)
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte II (suite et fin): No 12: Le carillon de ma grand mére' (Tous)
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte III (Tableau 1): No 13: Entracte
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte III (Tableau 1): Récit: 'La voici donc la chambre' (Duchesse)
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte III (Tableau 1): No 13 bis: Méditation 'Les voici donc ces murs' (Duchesse)
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte III (Tableau 1): Récit: 'Ah! Le signal' (Duchesse/Boum)
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte III (Tableau 1): No 14 bis: Duetto 'O grandes leçons du passé' (Duchesse/Boum)
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte III (Tableau 1): Récit: 'Bien Général, ou sont vos soldats?' (Duchesse/Boum/Puck/Paul/Grog/Nepomuc)
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte III (Tableau 1): No 15: Scéne et choeur de la Conspiration 'Sortez, sortez de ce couloir' (Choeur/Boum/Puck/Paul/Grog/Nepomuc)
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte III (Tableau 1): Récit: 'Ils sont effilés vos poignards?' (Duchesse/Les conjurés)
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte III (Tableau 1): Mélodrame et Récit: 'J'avais envie de vous demander...' (Duchesse/Grog)
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte III (Tableau 1): No 16: Chant nuptial 'Nous amenons la jeune femme' (Choeur/Fritz/Puck)
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte III (Tableau 1): No 17: Nocturne (Bonne niut' (Choeur/Boum/Puck/Paul/Grog)
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte III (Tableau 1): Récit: 'Enfin nous sommes seuls!' (Fritz/Wanda)
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte III (Tableau 1): No 18: Final - Couplets des mariés 'Faut il mon Dieu que je sois bête' (Tous)
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte III (Tableau 1): No 18: Final 'A cheval, a cheval' (Tous)
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte III (Tableau 2): No 19: Entracte et Galop
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte III (Tableau 2): No 20: 'Au repos comme à la bataille' (Choeur/Tous)
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte III (Tableau 2): No 20: Légende du Verre 'Il était un de mes aïeux' (Duchesse/Paul/Boum/Nepomuc/Puck/Grog/Choeur)
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte III (Tableau 2): Récit: 'Ah! ma chère femme' (Paul/Duchesse/Puck/Boum/Wanda)
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte III (Tableau 2): No 21: Retour de Fritz 'Voici revenir mon pauvre homme' (Wanda/Choeur)
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte III (Tableau 2): No 21: Complainte de Fritz 'Eh bien mon Altesse me voilà! Ohlalà' (Fritz/Duchesse/Puck/Boum/Choeur)
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte III (Tableau 2): Récit: 'Vous n'avez pas d'autre explication à donner? ' (Duchesse/Fritz/Boum/Puck/Paul/Grog)
La Grande Duchess de Gerolstein, Acte III (Tableau 2): No 22: Final 'Enfin j'ai repris la panache' (Boum/Puck/Paul/Grog/Wanda/Fritz/Duchesse/Choeur)
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: 25 Irish Songs, WoO 152 - No.1 The Return to Ulster (Walter Scott)
Beethoven: 25 Irish Songs, WoO 152 - No.7 His boat comes on the sunny tide (J. Baillie)
Beethoven: 25 Irish Songs, WoO 152 - No.4 The morning air plays on my face (J. Baillie)
Beethoven: 25 Irish Songs, WoO 152 - No.2 Sweet power of song (J. Baillie)
Beethoven: 25 Irish Songs, WoO 152 - No.5 On the Massacre of Glencoe (Walter Scott)
Beethoven: 25 Irish Songs, WoO 152 - No.10 The Deserter (J.P. Curran)
Beethoven: 25 Irish Songs, WoO 152 - No.12 English Bulls
Beethoven: 25 Irish Songs, WoO 152 - No.6 What shall I do to shew how much I love her
Beethoven: 25 Irish Songs, WoO 152 - No.21 Morning a cruel Turmoiler is (A. Boswell)
Beethoven: 25 Irish Songs, WoO 152 - No.3 Once more I hail thee (R. Burns)
Beethoven: 25 Irish Songs, WoO 152 - No.8 Come draw we round a cheerful ring (J. Baillie)
Beethoven: 25 Irish Songs, WoO 152 - No.9 The Soldier's Dream (Th. Campbell)
Beethoven: 25 Irish Songs, WoO 152 - No.18 They bid me slight my Dermot dear (W. Smyth)
Beethoven: 25 Irish Songs, WoO 152 - No.13 Musing on the roaring ocean (R. Burns)
Beethoven: 25 Irish Songs, WoO 152 - No.14 Dermot and Shelah (T. Toms)
Beethoven: 25 Irish Songs, WoO 152 - No.25 Oh harp of Erin (D. Thomson)
Beethoven: 25 Irish Songs, WoO 152 - No.22 From Garyone, my happy home (T. Toms)
Beethoven: 25 Irish Songs, WoO 152 - No.11 Thou emblem of faith (J.P. Curran)
Beethoven: 25 Irish Songs, WoO 152 - No.15 Let brainspinning swains (A. Boswell)
Beethoven: 25 Irish Songs, WoO 152 - No.16 Hide not thy anguish (W. Smyth)
Beethoven: 25 Irish Songs, WoO 152 - No.19 Wife, Children and Friends (W.R. Spencer)
Beethoven: 25 Irish Songs, WoO 152 - No.17 In vain to this desert (Mrs. Grant/R. Burns)
Beethoven: 25 Irish Songs, WoO 152 - No.23 The wand'ring gypsy (Dr. Wolcot)
Beethoven: 25 Irish Songs, WoO 152 - No.20 Farewell bliss and farewell Nancy (Mrs. Grant)
Beethoven: 25 Irish Songs, WoO 152 - No.24 The Traugh welcome