Andrew Shore

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  • 1.
    Britten: Death In Venice  / Gardner, Graham-hall, Shore, Mead, Zaldivar
    Label: Opus Arte   Catalog: 1130 Release Date: 03/25/2014   Number of Discs: 1
    Composer:  Benjamin Britten
    Performer:  Tim [Countertenor Vocal] Mead,  John Graham Hall,  Andrew Shore,  Sam Zalvidar
    Conductor:  Edward Gardner
    Orchestra/Ensemble:  English National Opera Orchestra
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  • 2.
    Britten: Death In Venice  / Gardner, Graham-hall, Shore, Mead, Zaldivar [blu-ray]
    Label: Opus Arte   Catalog: 7141 Release Date: 03/25/2014   Number of Discs: 1
    Composer:  Benjamin Britten
    Performer:  Andrew Shore,  John Graham Hall,  Tim [Countertenor Vocal] Mead,  Sam Zalvidar
    Conductor:  Edward Gardner
    Orchestra/Ensemble:  English National Opera Orchestra
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  • 3.
    Janacek: The Makropulos Case / Davis, Silja, Glyndebourne Festival [blu-ray]
    Label: Kultur Video   Catalog: 2256 Release Date: 12/17/2013   Number of Discs: 1
    Composer:  Leos Janácek
    Performer:  Anja Silja,  Kim Begley,  Andrew Shore,  Victor Braun
    Conductor:  Sir Andrew Davis
    Orchestra/Ensemble:  Glyndebourne Festival Orchestra
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  • 4.
    Mozart: Le Nozze Di Figaro / Matthews, Priante, Murray, Ticciati, Glyndebourne
    Label: Opus Arte   Catalog: 1102 Release Date: 06/25/2013   Number of Discs: 2
    Composer:  Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
    Performer:  Nicholas Folwell,  Alan Oke,  Ann Murray,  Andrew Shore  ... 
    Conductor:  Robin Ticciati
    Orchestra/Ensemble:  Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment,  Glyndebourne Chorus
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    Mozart: Le Nozze Di Figaro / Ticciati, Glyndebourne Festival [blu-ray]
    Label: Opus Arte   Catalog: 7118 Release Date: 06/25/2013   Number of Discs: 1
    Composer:  Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
    Performer:  Lydia Teuscher,  Vito Priante,  Sally Matthews,  Audun Iversen  ... 
    Conductor:  Robin Ticciati
    Orchestra/Ensemble:  Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment,  Glyndebourne Chorus
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  • 6.
    The Colon Ring - Wagner: Der Ring des Nibelungen in 7 Hours
    Label: C Major   Catalog: 713008 Release Date: 06/25/2013   Number of Discs: 5
    Composer:  Richard Wagner
    Performer:  Andrew Shore,  Leonid Zakhozhaev,  Jukka Rasilainen,  Linda Watson  ... 
    Conductor:  Roberto Paternostro
    Orchestra/Ensemble:  Buenos Aires Teatro Colón Orchestra,  Buenos Aires Teatro Colón Chorus
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  • 7.
    The Colon Ring - Wagner: Der Ring Des Nibelungen In 7 Hours [blu-ray]
    Label: C Major   Catalog: 713104 Release Date: 06/25/2013   Number of Discs: 3
    Composer:  Richard Wagner
    Performer:  Linda Watson,  Leonid Zakhozhaev,  Jukka Rasilainen,  Andrew Shore  ... 
    Conductor:  Roberto Paternostro
    Orchestra/Ensemble:  Buenos Aires Teatro Colón Orchestra,  Buenos Aires Teatro Colón Chorus
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  • 8.
    Richard Wagner: Der Ring Des Nibelungen - Great Scenes
    Label: Opus Arte   Catalog: 9011 Release Date: 04/30/2013   Number of Discs: 1
    Composer:  Richard Wagner
    Performer:  Andrew Shore,  Albert Dohmen,  Ralf Lukas,  Endrik Wottrich  ... 
    Conductor:  Christian Thielemann
    Orchestra/Ensemble:  Bayreuth Festival Orchestra
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  • 9.
    Wagner: Siegfried: Gould, Watson, Siegel, Thielemann
    Label: Opus Arte   Catalog: 9003 Release Date: 08/31/2010   Number of Discs: 4
    Composer:  Richard Wagner
    Performer:  Christa Mayer,  Andrew Shore,  Linda Watson,  Stephen Gould  ... 
    Conductor:  Christian Thielemann
    Orchestra/Ensemble:  Bayreuth Festival Orchestra
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  • 10.
    Wagner: Gotterdammerung / Elder, Gustafson, Bickley, Dalayman, Cleveman, Jun, Shore
    Label: Hallé   Catalog: 7525 Release Date: 08/10/2010   Number of Discs: 5
    Composer:  Richard Wagner
    Performer:  Madeleine Shaw,  Katherine Broderick,  Ceri Williams,  Susan Bickley  ... 
    Conductor:  Mark Elder
    Orchestra/Ensemble:  BBC Symphony Chorus,  Hallé Orchestra,  London Symphony Chorus
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  • 11.
    Wagner: Das Rheingold / Dohmen, Shore, Thielemann
    Label: Opus Arte   Catalog: 9001 Release Date: 06/29/2010   Number of Discs: 1
    Composer:  Richard Wagner
    Performer:  Fionnuala McCarthy,  Christa Mayer,  Michelle Breedt,  Edith Haller  ... 
    Conductor:  Christian Thielemann
    Orchestra/Ensemble:  Bayreuth Festival Orchestra
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  • 12.
    Wagner: Der Ring Des Nibelungen / Thielemann, Bayreuth Festival Orchestra And Chorus
    Label: Opus Arte   Catalog: 9000 Release Date: 11/17/2009   Number of Discs: 14
    Composer:  Richard Wagner
    Performer:  Stephen Gould,  Gerhard Siegel,  Andrew Shore,  Hans-Peter König  ... 
    Conductor:  Christian Thielemann
    Orchestra/Ensemble:  Bayreuth Festival Chorus,  Bayreuth Festival Orchestra
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  • 13.
    Elgar: Cello Concerto, Falstaff, Romance, Etc / Elder, Schiff, Et Al
    Label: Hallé   Catalog: 7505 Release Date: 11/11/2008   Number of Discs: 1
    Composer:  Sir Edward Elgar
    Performer:  Heinrich Schiff,  Andrew Shore,  Graham Salvage
    Conductor:  Mark Elder
    Orchestra/Ensemble:  Hallé Orchestra
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  • 14.
    Opera In English - Puccini Passions
    Label: Chandos   Catalog: 3140 Release Date: 04/24/2007   Number of Discs: 2
    Composer:  Giacomo Puccini
    Performer:  Mary Plazas,  Dennis O'Neill,  Jane Eaglen,  Gregory Yurisich  ... 
    Orchestra/Ensemble:  New London Children's Choir,  Geoffrey Mitchell Choir,  London Philharmonic Orchestra  ... 
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  • 15.
    Opera in English - Dennis O'Neill
    Label: Chandos   Catalog: 3105 Release Date: 06/29/2004   Number of Discs: 1
    Composer:  Gioachino Rossini,  Giacomo Puccini,  Pietro Mascagni,  Giuseppe Verdi  ... 
    Performer:  Dennis O'Neill,  Bruce Ford,  Barry Banks,  Elisabeth Bainbridge  ... 
    Conductor:  David Parry
    Orchestra/Ensemble:  London Philharmonic Orchestra,  Philharmonia Orchestra,  Geoffrey Mitchell Choir
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    Elgar: Cello Concerto, Falstaff, Romance, Etc / Elder, Schiff, Et Al
    Label: Asv   Catalog: 7505 Release Date: 04/27/2004   Number of Discs: 1
    Composer:  Sir Edward Elgar
    Performer:  Andrew Shore,  Heinrich Schiff,  Graham Salvage
    Conductor:  Mark Elder
    Orchestra/Ensemble:  Hallé Orchestra
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    Janácek: The Makropulos Case / Davis, Silja, Glyndebourne Festival
    Label: Kultur Video   Catalog: 2256 Release Date: 10/14/2003   Number of Discs: 1
    Composer:  Leos Janácek
    Performer:  Andrew Shore,  Kim Begley,  Anja Silja,  Victor Braun
    Conductor:  Sir Andrew Davis
    Orchestra/Ensemble:  Glyndebourne Festival Orchestra
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  • 18.
    Opera In English - Berg: Wozzeck / Daniel, Shore, Et Al
    Label: Chandos   Catalog: 3094 Release Date: 05/20/2003   Number of Discs: 2
    Composer:  Alban Berg
    Performer:  Clive Bayley,  Leslie John Flanagan,  John Graham-Hall,  Iain Paterson  ... 
    Conductor:  Paul Daniel
    Orchestra/Ensemble:  Philharmonia Orchestra,  Geoffrey Mitchell Choir,  Susan Singh Choristers
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  • 19.
    Opera In English - Great Operatic Arias Vol 9 / Andrew Shore
    Label: Chandos   Catalog: 3077 Release Date: 07/23/2002   Number of Discs: 1
    Composer:  Gioachino Rossini,  Giuseppe Verdi,  Gaetano Donizetti,  Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
    Performer:  Andrew Shore,  Della Jones,  Jason Howard,  Lynne Dawson  ... 
    Conductor:  David Parry,  Gabriele Bellini,  Paul Daniel
    Orchestra/Ensemble:  London Philharmonic Orchestra,  English National Opera Orchestra,  Philharmonia Orchestra  ... 
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    Opera In English - Verdi: Falstaff / Daniel, Gritton, Et Al
    Label: Chandos   Catalog: 3079 Release Date: 05/21/2002   Number of Discs: 2
    Composer:  Giuseppe Verdi
    Performer:  Clive Bayley,  Alice Coote,  Rebecca De Pont Davies,  Barry Banks  ... 
    Conductor:  Paul Daniel
    Orchestra/Ensemble:  English National Opera Orchestra,  English National Opera Chorus
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    Opera In English - Mozart: Don Giovanni / Parry, Et Al
    Label: Chandos   Catalog: 3057 Release Date: 07/10/2001   Number of Discs: 2
    Composer:  Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
    Performer:  Majella Cullagh,  Barry Banks,  Mary Plazas,  Vivian Tierney  ... 
    Conductor:  David Parry
    Orchestra/Ensemble:  Geoffrey Mitchell Choir,  Philharmonia Orchestra
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  • 22.
    Opera In English - Puccini: Tosca -highlights /Eaglen, Et Al
    Label: Chandos   Catalog: 3066 Release Date: 05/22/2001   Number of Discs: 1
    Composer:  Giacomo Puccini
    Performer:  Dennis O'Neill,  Gregory Yurisich,  Jane Eaglen,  Christopher Booth-Jones  ... 
    Conductor:  David Parry
    Orchestra/Ensemble:  Philharmonia Orchestra,  Geoffrey Mitchell Choir
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  • 23.
    Opera In English - Great Operatic Arias Vol 6 / Tomlinson
    Label: Chandos   Catalog: 3044 Release Date: 01/23/2001   Number of Discs: 1
    Composer:  George Frideric Handel,  Alexander Dargomizhsky,  Jacques Offenbach,  Giuseppe Verdi  ... 
    Performer:  John Tomlinson,  Andrew Shore,  Barry Banks,  Helen Williams
    Conductor:  David Parry,  Paul Daniel
    Orchestra/Ensemble:  Philharmonia Orchestra,  Geoffrey Mitchell Choir,  English Northern Philharmonia  ... 
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  • 24.
    Opera In English - Donizetti: Elixir Of Love / Parry, Et Al
    Label: Chandos   Catalog: 3027 Release Date: 10/19/1999   Number of Discs: 2
    Composer:  Gaetano Donizetti
    Performer:  Helen Williams,  Mary Plazas,  Ashley Holland,  Barry Banks  ... 
    Conductor:  David Parry
    Orchestra/Ensemble:  Geoffrey Mitchell Choir,  Philharmonia Orchestra
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    Opera In English - Strauss: Der Rosenkavalier Highlights / Parry, Et Al
    Label: Chandos   Catalog: 3022 Release Date: 06/22/1999   Number of Discs: 1
    Composer:  Richard Strauss
    Performer:  Diana Montague,  Andrew Shore,  Rosemary Joshua,  Yvonne Kenny  ... 
    Conductor:  David Parry
    Orchestra/Ensemble:  London Philharmonic Orchestra,  Peter Kay Children's Choir,  Geoffrey Mitchell Choir
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WORKS ALBUMS
TITLE/COMPOSER
LABEL
Scene 1: Vorspiel
Scene 1: Weia! Waga! Woge, du Welle! (Woglinde, Wellgunde, Flosshilde, Alberich)
Scene 1: Garstig glatter glitschiger Glimmer! (Alberich, Woglinde, Wellgunde, Flosshilde)
Scene 1: Wallala! Lalaleia! Schame dich, Albe! (Woglinde, Wellgunde, Flosshilde, Alberich)
Scene 1: Lugt, Schwestern! Die Weckerin lacht in den Grund (Woglinde, Wellgunde, Flosshilde, Alberich)
Scene 1: Der Welt Erbe gewann' ich zu eigen durch dich? (Alberich, Woglinde, Wellgunde, Flosshilde)
Scene 1: Verwandlungsmusik
Scene 2: Wotan, Gemahl, erwache! (Fricka, Wotan)
Scene 2: Nur Wonne schafft dir, was mich erschreckt? (Fricka, Wotan)
Scene 2: Hilf mir, Schwester! (Freia, Wotan, Fricka)
Scene 2: Sanft schloss Schlaf dein Aug'! (Fasolt, Wotan)
Scene 2: Was sagst du? Ha! Sinnst du Verrat? (Fasolt, Fafner, Wotan, Freia)
Scene 2: Zu mir, Freia! Meide sie, Frecher! (Froh, Donner, Fafner, Fasolt, Wotan, Freia, Fricka)
Scene 2: Endlich Loge! Eiltest du so (Wotan, Loge, Fricka, Froh, Donner, Fafner, Fasolt)
Scene 2: Immer ist Undank Loges Lohn! (Loge)
Scene 2: Nur einen sah ich, der sagte der Liebe ab (Loge, Wotan, Fasolt, Fafner)
Scene 2: Taugte wohl des goldnen Tandes gleissend Geschmeid (Fricka, Loge, Wotan, Donner, Froh)
Scene 2: Glaub mir, mehr als Freia frommt das gleissende Gold (Fafner, Wotan, Fasolt, Freia, Froh, Donner, Loge)
Scene 2: Was sinnt nun Wotan so wild? (Loge, Fricka, Donner, Froh)
Scene 2: Jetzt fand ich's: hort, was euch fehlt! (Loge)
Scene 2: Wotan, Gemahl, unsel'ger Mann (Fricka, Wotan, Loge, Donner, Froh)
Scene 2: Verwandlungsmusik
Scene 3: Hehe! Hehe! Hieher! Hieher! Tuckischer Zwerg! (Alberich, Mime)
Scene 3: Schau, du Schelm! (Alberich, Mime)
Scene 3: Nibelheim hier: durch bleiche Nebel (Loge, Mime, Wotan)
Act I: Vorspiel
Act I Scene 1: Zwangvolle Plage! Muh' ohne Zweck! (Mime)
Act I Scene 1: Hoiho! Hoiho! Hau' ein! Hau' ein! (, Mime)
Act I Scene 1: Nun tobst du wieder wie toll (Mime, )
Act I Scene 1: Als zullendes Kind zog ich dich auf (Mime, )
Act I Scene 1: Vieles lehrtest du, Mime, und manches lernt' ich von dir; ()
Act I Scene 1: Ei, Mime, bist du so witzig ()
Act I Scene 1: Wo hast du nun, Mime, dein minniges Weibchen (, Mime)
Act I Scene 1: Einst lag wimmernd ein Weib (Mime, )
Act I Scene 1: Das gab mir deine Mutter (Mime, )
Act I Scene 1: Halte! Wohin? He! ! (Mime)
Act I Scene 2: Heil dir, weiser Schmied! (Wanderer, Mime)
Act I Scene 2: Hier sitz' ich am Herd (Wanderer, Mime)
Act I Scene 2: Du ruhrtest dich viel auf der Erde Rucken (Mime, Wanderer)
Act I Scene 2: Viel, Wanderer, weisst du mir aus der Erde Nabelnest (Mime, Wanderer)
Act I Scene 2: Viel, Wanderer, weisst du mir von der Erde rauhem Rucken (Mime, Wanderer)
Act I Scene 2: Was zu wissen dir frommt, solltest du fragen (Wanderer, Mime)
Act I Scene 2: Nun, ehrlicher Zwerg (Wanderer, Mime)
Act I Scene 2: Wie doch genau das Geschlecht du mir nennst (Wanderer, Mime)
Act I Scene 2: Der witzigste bist du unter den Weisen (Wanderer, Mime)
Act I Scene 3: Verfluchtes Licht! (Mime, )
Act I Scene 3: Heda! Du Fauler! (, Mime)
Act I Scene 3: Fuhltest du nie im finstren Wald (Mime, )
Act I Scene 3: Des Vaters Stahl fugt sich wohl mir (, Mime)
Act I Scene 3: Notung! Notung! Neidliches Schwert! ()
Act I Scene 3: Er schmiedet das Schwert, und Fafner fallt er (Mime, )
Act I Scene 3: Was schafft der Tolpel dort mit dem Topf? (, Mime)
Act I Scene 3: Hoho! Hoho! Hohei! (, Mime)
Act I Scene 3: Den der Bruder schuf (Mime, )
Act II: Vorspiel
Act II Scene 1: In Wald und Nacht vor Neidhohl' halt' ich Wacht (Alberich)
Act II Scene 1: Wer naht dort schimmernd im Schatten? (Alberich, Wanderer)
Act II Scene 1: Durch Vertrages Treue-Runen (Wanderer, Alberich)
Act II Scene 1: Deinen Sinn kenn' ich wohl (Wanderer, Alberich)
Act II Scene 1: Fafner! Erwache, Wurm! (Wanderer, Alberich)
Act II Scene 1: Ich lieg' und besitz': lasst mich schlafen! (Fafner, Wanderer, Alberich)
Act II Scene 2: Wir sind zur Stelle! Bleib hier stehn! (Mime, )
Act II Scene 2: He, du Alter! Ist das alles, was deine List mich lehren kann? (, Mime)
Act II Scene 2: Dass der mein Vater nicht ist ()
Act II Scene 2: Aber wie sah meine Mutter wohl aus? ()
Act II Scene 2: Du holdes Voglein! Dich hort' ich noch nie ()
Act II Scene 2: Er schweigt und lauscht ()
Act III Scene 1: Dir Unweisen ruf' ich's ins Ohr (Wanderer, Erda)
Act III Scene 1: Wirr wird mir, seit ich erwacht (Erda, Wanderer)
Act III Scene 1: Mein Schlaf ist Traumen (Erda, Wanderer)
Act III Scene 1: Stark ruft das Lied (Erda, Wanderer)
Act III Scene 1: Wache, Wala! Wala! Erwach'! (Wanderer)
Act III: Vorspiel
Act II Scene 3: Nun sing'! Ich lausche dem Gesang (, Forest Bird)
Act II Scene 2: s Hornruf ('s Horncall)
Act II Scene 2: Haha! Da hatte mein Lied (, Fafner)
Act II Scene 2: Da lieg, neidischer Kerl! (, Fafner)
Act II Scene 2: Zur Kunde taugt kein Toter (, Waldvogel)
Act II Scene 3: Wohin schleichst du eilig und schlau (Alberich, Mime)
Act II Scene 3: Was ihr mir nutzt, weiss ich nicht (, Waldvogel, Mime)
Act II Scene 3: Willkommen, ! (Mime, )
Act II Scene 3: Neides Zoll zahlt Notung ()
Act II Scene 3: Heiss ward mir von der harten Last! ()
Act III Scene 2: Mein Voglein schwebte mit fort! (, Mime)
Act III Scene 2: Was lachst du mich aus? (, Wanderer)
Act III Scene 2: Kenntest du mich, kuhner Spross (Wanderer, )
Act III Scene 2: Ein Feuermeer umflutet die Frau (Wanderer, )
Act III Scene 2: Zieh hin! Ich kann dich nicht halten! (Wanderer, )
Act III: Orchesterzwischenspiel (Entr'acte)
Act III Scene 3: Einleitung
Act III Scene 3: Selige Ode auf sonniger Hoh'! ()
Act III Scene 3: Das ist kein Mann! ()
Act III Scene 3: Im Schlafe liegt eine Frau ()
Act III Scene 3: Sie hort mich nicht ()
Act III Scene 3: Heil dir, Sonne! Heil dir, Licht! (Brunnhilde)
Act III Scene 3: Durch das Feuer drang ich (, Brunnhilde)
Act III Scene 3: O ! Seliger Held! (Brunnhilde)
Act III Scene 3: So starb nicht meine Mutter? (, Brunnhilde)
Act III Scene 3: Wie Wunder tont, was wonnig du singst ()
Act III Scene 3: Dort seh' ich Grane (Brunnhilde, )
Act III Scene 3: Kein Gott nahte mir je! (Brunnhilde, )
Act III Scene 3: Ewig war ich, ewig bin ich (Brunnhilde)
Act III Scene 3: Dich lieb' ich: o liebtest mich du! (, Brunnhilde)
Act III Scene 3: Lachend muss ich dich lieben (Brunnhilde, )
Prologue: Einleitung
Prologue: Welch Licht leuchtet dort? (The Norns)
Prologue: Singe, Schwester ... Treu beratner Vertrage Reunen (The Norns)
Prologue: Singe, Schwester ... Es ragt die Burg (The Norns)
Prologue: Spinne, Schwester, und singe! (The Norns)
Prologue: Interlude
Prologue: Zu neuen Taten, teurer Helde (Brunnhilde)
Prologue: Mehr gabst du, Wunderfrau (Siegfried, Brunnhilde)
Prologue: Lass'ich, Liebste, dich hier (Siegfried, Brunhilde)
Prologue: Oh! heilige Gotter! (Brunnhilde, Siegfried)
Prologue: Siegfrieds Rheinfahrt (Siegfried's Rhine Journey)
Act I Scene 1: Nun hor, Hagen, sage mir, Held (Gunther, Hagen, Gutrune)
Act I Scene 1: Brachte Siegfried die Braut dir heim (Hagen, Gunther, Gutrune)
Act I Scene 1: Jagt er auf Taten wonnig umher (Hagen, Gunther, Siegfried)
Act I Scene 1: Heil! Siegfried, teurer Held! (Hagen, Siegfried, Gunther)
Act I Scene 2: Begrusse froh, o Held, die Halle meines Vater (Gunther, Siegfried, Hagen)
Act I Scene 2: Willkommen, Gast, in Gibichs Haus! (Gutrune, Siegfried, Gunther)
Act I Scene 1: Gutrune - Sind's gute Runen (Gunther, Siegfried)
Act I Scene 2: Bluhenden Lebens labendes Blut (Siegfried, Gunther)
Act I Scene 2: Was nahmst du am Eide teil? (Siegfried, Hagen, Gunther, Gutrune)
Act I Scene 2: Hier sitz' ich zur Wacht (Hagen)
Act I Scene 2: Orchesterzwischenspiel
Act I Scene 3: Altgewohntes Gerausch raunt meinem Ohr die Ferne (Brunnhilde, Waltraute)
Act I Scene 2: Kommst du zu mir? (Brunnhilde, Waltraute)
Act I Scene 3: Lockte dich, Schwester, mein Los? (Brunnhilde, Waltraute)
Act I Scene 3: Hore mit Sinn (Waltraute)
Act I Scene 3: So Sitzt er, sagt kein Wort (Waltraute)
Act I Scene 3: Welch banger Traume Maren meldest du Traurige mir (Brunnhilde, Waltraute)
Act I Scene 3: Blitzend Gewolk, von Wind getragen (Brunnhilde)
Act I Scene 3: Brunhild! Ein Freier kam (Siegfried, Brunnhilde)
Act I Scene 3: Wotan! Ergrimmeter, grausamer Gott! (Brunnhilde, Siegfried)
Act I Scene 3: Jetzt bist du mein (Siegfried, Brunnhilde)
Act II: Prelude
Act II Scene 1: Schlafst du, Hagen, mein Sohn? (Alberich, Hagen)
Act II Scene 1: Schlafst du, Hagen emin Sohn? - Der Ewigen Macht (Alberich, Hagen)
Act II Scene 1: Orchesterzwischenspiel
Act II Scene 2: Hoiho, Hagen! Muder Mann! (Siegfried, Hagen, Gutrune)
Act II Scene 3: Hoiho! Ihr Gibichsmannen, mahet euch auf! (Hagen)
Act II Scene 3: Was tost das Horn? (Chorus, Hagen)
Act II Scene 3: Gross Gluck und Heil lacht nun dem Rhein (Chorus, Hagen)
Act II Scene 4: Heil dir, Gunther! Heil dir und deiner Braut! (Chorus)
Act II Scene 4: Brunnhild', die hehrste Frau, bring' ich euch her (Gunther, Chorus)
Act II Scene 4: Gegrusst sei, teurer Held! (Gunther, Chorus)
Act II Scene 4: Was muht Brunnhildens Blick? (Siegfried, Brunnhilde, Hagen, Chorus)
Act II Scene 4: Einen Ring sah ich an deiner Hand (Brunnhilde, Siegfried, Gunther)
Act II Scene 4: Ha! Dieser war es, der mir den Ring entriss (Brunnhilde, Siegfried, Hagen, Gutrune, Chorus)
Act II Scene 4: Hei'ge Gotter, himmlische Lenker! (Brunnhilde, Gunther)
Act II Scene 4: Wisset denn alle (Brunnhilde, Chorus, Siegfried, Hagen)
Act II Scene 4: Helle Wehr! Heilige Waffe! (Siegfried, Brunnhilde, Chorus)
Act II Scene 4: Gunther! Wehr deinem Weibe (Siegfried)
Act II Scene 5: Welches Unholds List liegt hier verhohlen? (Brunnhilde)
Act II Scene 5: Vertraue mir, betrogne Frau! (Hagen, Brunnhilde, Gunther)
Act II Scene 5: Siegfried's Tod! (Hagen, Gunther, Brunnhilde)
Act III: Prelude
Act III Scene 1: Frau Sonne sendet lichte Strahlen (Woglinde, Wellgunde, Flosshilde)
Act III Scene 1: Siegfried! Was schiltst du so in den Grund? (Woglinde, Wellgunde, Flosshilde, Siegfried)
Act III Scene 1: Was leid' ich doch das karge Lob? (Siegfried, Woglinde, Wellgunde, Flosshilde)
Act III Scene 1: Ihr listigen Frauen, lasst das sein! (Siegfrieds, Woglinde, Wellgunde, Flosshilde)
Act III Scene 1: Kommt, Schwestern! Schwindet dem Toren! (Woglinde, Wellgunde, Flosshilde, Siegfried)
Act III Scene 2: Hoiho! - Hoiho! (Hagen, Siegfried, Chorus)
Act III Scene 2: Trink, Gunther, trink! (Siegfried, Gunther, Hagen)
Act III Scene 2: Mime hiess ein murrischer Zwerg (Siegfried, Hagen, Chorus)
Act III Scene 2: In Lied zu dem Wipfel lauscht' ich hinauf (Siegfried, Hagen)
Act III Scene 2: Was hor' ich! (Gunther, Hagen, Chorus)
Act III Scene 2: Brunnhilde! Heilige Braut! (Siegfried)
Act III Scene 2: Siegfrieds Trauermarsch (Siegfried's Funeral March)
Act III Scene 3: War das sein Horn? (Gutrune, Hagen)
Act III Scene 3: Gutrun'! Holde Schwester (Gunther, Guntrune, Hagen)
Act III Scene 3: Schweigt eures Jammers jauchzenden Schwall! (Brunnhilde, Gutrune)
Act III Scene 3: Starke Scheite schichtet mir dort (Brunnhilde)
Act III Scene 3: O ihr, der Eide ewige Huter! (Brunnhilde)
Act III Scene 3: Mein Erbe nun nehm' ich zu eigen (Brunnhilde)
Act III Scene 3: Grane, mein Ross! Sei mir gegrusst! (Brunnhilde)
Act III Scene 3: Zuruck vom Ring! (Hagen)
Act I Scene 1: Slowly, Wozzeck, slowly! (Captain, Wozzeck)
Act I Scene 1: Wozzeck, you are a decent man, and yet ... (Captain, Wozzeck)
Act I Scene 2: Andres! This place is accursed! (Wozzeck, Andres)
Act I Scene 2: Listen. There's something moving there below us! (Wozzeck, Andres)
Act I Scene 3: Military music off-stage - Tschin, Bum, Tschin, Bum, Bum, Bum, Bum! (Marie, Margret)
Act I Scene 3: What will you do now, poor lamb? ... (Marie)
Act I Scene 3: Marie sunk in thought - Knocking at the window - Who's there? (Marie, Wozzeck)
Act I Scene 4: This is monstrous, Wozzeck! (Doctor, Wozzeck)
Act I Scene 4: Wozzeck - Just like a lunatic! (Doctor, Wozzeck)
Act I Scene 5: Show me how you parade! (Marie, Drum Major)
Act II Scene 5: Mmmmmm (Soldiers, Wozzeck, Andres)
Act II Scene 5: I am a man! (Drum Major, Andres, A Soldier, Wozzeck)
Act III Scene 1: And out of his mouth (Marie)
Act III Scene 1: And once there was a lonely child (Marie)
Act III Scene 1: And falling on her knees before Him (Marie)
Act III Scene 2: The town is over there (Marie, Wozzeck)
Act III Scene 2: The moon rises - How the moon rises red! (Marie, Wozzeck)
Act III Scene 3: Dance, damn you! (Wozzeck, Margret, A Youth, Wenches, Youths)
Act III Scene 4: The dagger? Where is the dagger? (Wozzeck)
Act III Scene 4: I ought to wash myself clean (Wozzeck, Captain, Doctor)
Act III Scene 4: Scene change (Invention on a Key)
Act III Scene 5: Ring-a-ring-a-roses, all fall down! (Children, First Child, Second Child, Third Child, Marie's Boy)
Act I Scene 1: Falstaff! (Dr Caius, Falstaff, Bardolph, Pistol)
Act I Scene 1: Your bill, sir (Landlord, Falstaff, Bardolph, Pistol)
Act I Scene 1: Are you acquainted with a merchant whose name is Ford? (Falstaff, Bardolph, Pistol)
Act I Scene 1: So now, convey these scorching letters (Falstaff, Pistol, Bardolph)
Act I Scene 1: Your honour? Vermin! (Falstaff)
Act I Scene 2: Dear Alice! (Meg, Alice, Quickly, Nannetta)
Act I Scene 2: Heavenly Alice, let me love you ... (Meg, Alice, Quickly, Nannetta)
Act I Scene 2: Monster! (Quickly, Meg, Nannetta, Alice, Dr Caius, Bardolph, Fenton, Pistol, Ford)
Act I Scene 2: Again please (Ford, Pistol, Dr Caius, Bardolph, Fenton, Nannetta, Alice, Meg, Quickly)
Act I Scene 2: Pst, pst, Nannetta (Fenton, Nannetta)
Act I Scene 2: Falstaff has dared to mock me! (Alice, Meg, Nannetta, Quickly)
Act I Scene 2: Back to the jousting ... (Fenton, Nannetta)
Act I Scene 2: You'll gather from his boasting (Bardolph, Ford, Pistol, Dr Caius, Fenton)
Act I Scene 2: Enough of this chattering (Alice, Nannetta, Quickly, Meg)
Act II Scene 1: We're converted, we've reverted (Bardolph, Pistol, Falstaff)
Act II Scene 1: Sir, your servant! (Quickly, Falstaff)
Act II Scene 1: I've another commission to bring your worship (Quickly, Falstaff)
Act II Scene 1: Alice is mine! (Falstaff)
Act II Scene 1: Sir John, outside there is a certain Master Brook (Bardolph, Falstaff)
Act II Scene 1: Good sir, may God be with you! (Ford, Falstaff, Bardolph, Pistol)
Act II Scene 1: In Windsor there's a lady (Ford, Falstaff)
Act II Scene 1: This cruel beauty has a reputation (Ford, Falstaff)
Act II Scene 1: I'm dreaming! Or is this true? (Ford)
Act II Scene 1: How do I look? I'm ready (Falstaff, Ford)
Act II Scene 2: I think we should propose a bill (Alice, Quickly, Meg)
Act II Scene 2: I hurry down the river to the Garter (Quickly)
Act II Scene 2: It's really very simple (Quickly, Meg, Alice, Quickly)
Act II Scene 2: Witty young women of Windsor ... (Nannetta, Meg, Alice, Quickly)
Act II Scene 2: At last I've caught you (Falstaff, Alice)
Act II Scene 2: When I was page to the noble Duke of York (Falstaff, Alice, Quickly)
Act II Scene 2: Mistress Alice, it's Mistress Meg (Quickly, Falstaff, Alice, Meg)
Act II Scene 2: He jumped the hedge, and he trampled the hydrangea (Quickly, Ford, Falstaff, Bardolph, Pistol, Alice, Meg)
Act II Scene 2: Come here! (Nannetta, Fenton)
Act II Scene 2: I'll kill him! I'll slaughter him! (Dr Caius, Ford, Pistol, Bardolph, Nannetta, Fenton)
Act II Scene 2: When I catch you ... (Ford, Dr Caius, Quickly, Meg, Bardolph, Pistol, Fenton, Nannetta, Chorus, Alice)
Act II Scene 2: It's not him! (Dr Caius, Alice, Meg, Quickly, Bardolph, Ford, Pistol, Chorus, Nannetta, Fenton)
Act III Scene 1: Hey! Landlord! (Falstaff)
Act III Scene 1: Sir, your servant! (Quickly, Falstaff, Alice, Ford, Nannetta, Meg, Dr Caius)
Act III Scene 1: Just as the chimes of midnight are resounding (Quickly, Ford, Alice, Nannetta, Meg, Fenton)
Act III Scene 1: Don't forget the lanterns (Alice, Ford, Dr Caius, Meg, Quickly, Nannetta)
Act III Scene 2: (Introduction)
Act III Scene 2: From lover's lips a happy song (Fenton, Nannetta)
Act III Scene 2: Master Fenton, put on this friar's habit (Alice, Fenton, Nannetta, Quickly, Meg)
Act III Scene 2: One, two, three, four, five, six, seven chimes (Falstaff)
Act III Scene 2: I hear a nimble footstep (Falstaff, Alice, Meg)
Act III Scene 2: Woon-nymphs, elfins, naiads, leprechauns and sirens (Nannetta, Chorus, Falstaff, Alice)
Act III Scene 2: Upon a fragrant breath of night (Nannetta, Chorus)
Act III Scene 2: Who goes there? (Bardolph, Pistol, Falstaff, Quickly, Alice, Nannetta, Meg, Chorus, Ford)
Act III Scene 2: Pinch him and burn him (Alice, Meg, Quickly, Falstaff, Chorus)
Act III Scene 2: Buffoon! (Dr Caius, Ford, Bardolph, Pistol, Alice, Quickly, Meg, Chorus)
Act III Scene 2: Nose incandescent! Nozzle rubescent! (Falstaff, Quickly, Ford, Meg, Alice)
Act III Scene 2: So the commonest rabble have collected (Falstaff, Chorus, Ford)
Act III Scene 2: Now the bride is approaching with her bridegroom (Ford, Falstaff, Chorus, Alice)
Act III Scene 2: Ha, ha! (Falstaff, Pistol, Chorus, Dr Caius, Ford, Alice, Bardolph, Fenton, Nannetta)
Act III Scene 2: Life is a burst of laughter (Falstaff, All)
Overture
Act I Scene 1: Introduction: Night and day I slave away (Leporello, Donna Anna, Don Giovanni, Commendatore)
Act I Scene 2: Recitative: Leporello, where are you? (Don Giovanni, Leporello)
Act I Scene 3: Ah! My father's in danger (Donna Anna, Don Ottavio)
Act I Scene 3: Recitative and Duet: Oh my God! What is that? (Donna Anna, Don Ottavio)
Act I Scene 3: Recitative and Duet: Go! You are cruel and heartless (Donna Anna, Don Ottavio)
Act I Scene 4: Recitative: Come on, you'd better tell me (Don Giovanni, Leporello)
Act I Scene 5: Aria: Where is that evil monster (Donna Elvira, Don Giovanni, Leporello)
Act I Scene 5: Recitative: Who's there? (Donna Elvira, Don Giovanni, Leporello)
Act I Scene 5: Aria: Pretty lady, I have something to show you (Leporello)
Act I Scene 6: Recitative: So that's the cruel monster who betrayed me (Donna Elvira)
Act I Scene 7: Duet and Chorus: All you women who dream of a lover (Zerlina, Chorus, Masetto)
Act I Scene 8: Recitative: Thank God we are rid of her (Don Giovanni, Leporello, Zerlina, Masetto)
Act I Scene 8: Aria: Now I get it, now I see! (Masetto)
Act I Scene 9: Recitative: At last we are rid of him (Don Giovanni, Zerlina)
Act I Scene 9: Duet: There will my arms enfold you (Don Giovanni, Zerlina)
Act I Scene 10: Recitative: Leave her alone you monster (Donna Elvira, Zerlina, Don Giovanni)
Act I Scene 10: Aria: Escape the traitor's arms (Donna Elvira)
Act I Scene 11: Recitative: It seems today the devil's making mischief (Donna Giovanni, Don Ottavio, Donna Anna)
Act I Scene 12: Quartet: Don't ever place your trust in him (Donna Elvira, Donna Anna, Don Ottavio, Don Giovanni)
Act I Scene 12: Recitative: What an unhappy woman! (Don Giovanni)
Act I Scene 13: Recitative and Aria: Don Ottavio, I'm dying! (Donna Anna, Don Ottavio)
Act I Scene 13: Recitative and Aria: He threatened my honour (Donna Anna)
Act I Scene 14: Recitative: Could I ever believe ... (Don Ottavio)
Act I Scene 15: Recitative: I'm at the end of my tether (Leporello, Don Giovanni)
Act I Scene 15: Aria: Now that the wine ... (Don Giovanni)
Act I Scene 16: Recitative: Masetto, will you listen? (Zerlina, Masetto)
Act I Scene 16: Aria: Beat me, beat me dear Masetto (Zerlina)
Act I Scene 16: Recitative: What a sweet little witch (Masetto, Don Giovanni, Zerlina)
Act I Scene 16: First finale: So it happened, she betrayed me (Masetto, Zerlina)
Act I Scene 17: Rouse yourselves, my friends, look lively! (Don Giovanni, Chorus)
Act I Scene 18: I shall hide among these bushes (Zerlina, Don Giovanni, Masetto)
Act I Scene 19: We need to be courageous (Donna Elvira, Don Ottavio, Donna Anna, Leporello, Don Giovanni)
Act I Scene 20: Rest my beauties, let me entertain you (Don Giovanni, Leporello, Masetto, Zerlina)
Act I Scene 21: Pray come this way (Leporello, Don Giovanni, Donna Anna, Donna Elvira, Don Ottavio, Masetto, Zerlina)
Act II Scene 1: Duet: Have you gone crazy (Don Giovanni, Leporello)
Act II Scene 1: Recitative: Leporello! (Don Giovanni, Leporello)
Act II Scene 2: Trio: My heart, you have no mercy! (Donna Elvira, Leporello, Don Giovanni)
Act II Scene 2: Recitative: So what d'you think of that? (Don Giovanni, Leporello)
Act II Scene 3: Recitative: Look, here I am (Donna Elvira, Don Giovanni, Leporello)
Act II Scene 3: Canzonetta: What light from yonder window (Don Giovanni)
Act II Scene 4: Recitative: There's someone at the window (Don Giovanni, Masetto)
Act II Scene 4: Aria: Let half of you go over there (Don Giovanni)
Act II Scene 5: Recitative: Sssh! Let me listen ... (Don Giovanni, Masetto)
Act II Scene 6: Ahi! Ahi! My head, my head! (Masetto, Zerlina)
Act II Scene 6: Aria: Listen my darling (Zerlina)
Act II Scene 7: Recitative: I can see torches (Leporello, Donna Elvira)
Act II Scene 7: Sextet: All alone, alone in darkness (Donna Elvira, Leporello, Don Ottavio, Donna Anna)
Act II Scene 8: Stop there, you villain (Zerlina, Masetto, Donna Anna, Don Ottavio, Donna Elvira)
Act II Scene 9: So it was you (Zerlina, Donna Elvira, Don Ottavio, Masetto)
Act II Scene 9: Aria: Ah, be merciful to me! (Leporello)
Act II Scene 10: Stop him, somebody stop him (Donna Elvira, Masetto, Zerlina, Don Ottavio)
Act II Scene 10: Aria: Will you remain with my treasure (Don Ottavio)
Act II Scene 11: Recitative: Ah! Ah! This is perfect! (Don Giovanni, Leporello, Commendatore)
Act II Scene 11: Duet: Oh most respected monument (Leporello, Don Giovanni, Commendatore)
Act II Scene 12: Recitative: Be comforted, my darling (Don Ottavio, Donna Anna)
Act II Scene 12: Recitative and Aria: You are cruel! (Don Ottavio, Donna Anna)
Act II Scene 12: Never say, my own beloved (Donna Anna)
Act II Scene 12: Recitative: Ah! Where she goes I shall follow (Don Ottavio)
Act II Scene 13: Finale: Now the supper table's ready (Don Giovanni, Leporello)
Act II Scene 14: All I can offer, I lay before you (Donna Elvira, Don Giovanni, Leporello)
Act II Scene 15: Don Giovanni! (Commendatore, Don Giovanni, Leporello)
Act II Scene 16: Sextet: Where is the infidel? (Zerlina, Donna Elvira, Don Ottavio, Masetto, Donna Anna, Leporello)
Act I Scene 1: Prelude
Act I Scene 1: Chorus: After long and heavy labour (Giannetta, Harvesters)
Act I Scene 1: Cavatina: How delightful, how enchanting! (Nemorino, Giannetta, Harvesters)
Act I Scene 1: Cavatina: That's a really happy ending (Adina, Giannetta, Harvesters, Nemorino)
Act I Scene 1: Cavatina: Lovely was Queen Isolda (Adina, Nemorino, Giannetta, Harvesters)
Act I Scene 2: March
Act I Scene 2: Cavatina: To the one who shines in beauty (Belcore, Adina, Giannetta, Harvesters, Nemorino)
Act I Scene 2: Cavatina: If you love me as I love you (Belcore, Adina, Nemorino, Giannetta, Harvesters)
Act I Scene 2: Recitative: Too soon, my lovely creature (Belcore, Adina)
Act I Scene 3: Scene and Duet: The same old tedious passion! (Adina, Nemorino)
Act I Scene 3: Scene and Duet: For example, ask the breezes (Adina, Nemorino)
Act I Scene 3: Scene and Duet: Such affection is but folly (Adina, Nemorino)
Act I Scene 4: Chorus: What's the meaning of that kind of fanfare (Villagers)
Act I Scene 5: Cavatina: Attention! Attention! (Dulcamara, Villagers)
Act I Scene 6: Recitative: Have courage! (Nemorino, Dulcamara)
Act I Scene 6: Scene and Duet: It was Tristan who employed it (Nemorino, Dulcamara)
Act I Scene 7: Recitative: Magical potion! I have you! (Nemorino)
Act I Scene 8: Duet: Who is that madman? (Adina, Nemorino)
Act I Scene 8: Duet: Trallarallara (Nemorino, Adina)
Act I Scene 8: Duet: Oh, let her laugh and mock at me (Nemorino, Adina)
Act I Scene 9: Trio: Tran, tran, tran, tran (Belcore, Adina, Nemorino)
Act I Scene 9: Trio: Ha, ha! Of course, that's quite all right (Nemorino, Belcore, Adina)
Act I Scene 10: One moment, sergeant! (Giannetta, Belcore, Soldiers, Villagers, Nemorino, Adina)
Act I Scene 10: Adina, think again (Nemorino, Belcore, Adina, Giannetta, Villagers, Soldiers )
Act I Scene 10: Today's our wedding (Adina, Nemorino, Giannetta, Belcore, Villagers, Soldiers)
Overture
Act I: Introduction: 9 already (Don Pasquale)
Act I: May I join you? (Malatesta, Don Pasquale)
Act I: Down from among the angelic host (Malatesta, Don Pasquale)
Act I: She is my sister! (Malatesta, Don Pasquale)
Act I: Ah! Quite unexpectedly passions inflame me (Don Pasquale)
Act I: Recitative and Duet: I'm a new man (Don Pasquale, Ernesto)
Act I: Duet: Getting married? (Ernesto, Don Pasquale)
Act I: Never again shall I find you (Ernesto, Don Pasquale)
Act I: There's one thing I must say briefly (Ernesto, Don Pasquale)
Act I: ... is his own sister. (Don Pasquale, Ernesto)
Act I: Ah! The fates have conspired to thwart me (Ernesto, Don Pasquale)
Act I: Cavatina: With just one glance she pierced him (Norina)
Act I: I too have seen how magical (Norina)
Act I: Recitative and Duet: Still no sign of the doctor! (Norina, Malatesta)
Act I: I'll find a way, on one condition (Norina, Malatesta)
Act I: Am I to be haughty? (Norina, Malatesta)
Act I: Onwards, upwards (Norina, Malatesta)
Act II: Prelude and Aria: Poor, lost Ernesto! (Ernesto)
Act II: Aria: I shall go, no more returning (Ernesto)
Act II: And if you ever encounter (Ernesto)
Act III: What a disaster, my little schemer (Don Pasquale, Malatesta)
Act III: The night is calm (Ernesto, Chorus)
Act III: Come, say the words I long for (Norina, Ernesto)
Act III: Here they are! Ready to pounce? (Don Pasquale, Malatesta, Norina)
Act III: Here I am (Ernesto, Malatesta, Norina, Don Pasquale)
Act III: Let's forget everything (Don Pasquale, Malatesta, Norina, Ernesto, Servants)
Act I: This Red Sea Passage feels deep and chill to me (Marcello, Rodolfo, Colline)
Act I: Profound and thoughtful! (Colline, Marcello, Rodolfo)
Act I: Firewood! (Rodolfo, Marcello, Colline, Schaunard)
Act I: Hello (Benoit, Marcello, Schaunard, Colline, Rodolfo)
Act I: I'll stay here, I must complete my article (Rodolfo, Marcello, Colline, Schaunard)
Act I: No inspiration (Rodolfo, Mimi)
Act I: Oh! How dreadful! (Mimi, Rodolfo)
Act I: Your tiny hand is frozen! (Rodolfo)
Act I: Yes, I'm always called Mimi (Mimi, Rodolfo)
Act I: Hey! Rodolfo! (Schaunard, Colline, Marcello, Rodolfo, Mimi)
Act I: Lovely maid in the moonlight (Rodolfo, Mimi)
Act II: Come, buy my oranges! (Schaunard, Rodolfo, Mimi, Colline, Marcello, Chorus)
Act II: What is it? (Rodolfo, Mimì, Schaunard, Marcello, Chorus)
Act II: Long live Parpignol! (Schaunard, Marcello, Colline, Rodolfo, Mimi, Alcindoro, Musetta, Chorus)
Act II: You had better ask me (Marcello, Musetta, Alcindoro, Colline, Schaunard, Rodolfo, Mimi, Chorus)
Act II: As thro' the street I wander (Musetta, Marcello, Alcindoro, Mimi, Rodolfo, Colline, Schaunard)
Act II: Who had him bring it? (Colline, Schaunard, Rodolfo, Marcello, Musetta, Mimi, Chorus)
Act III: Hallo! You soldiers! Admit us! (Customs Official, Musetta, Chorus)
Act III: Oh, please sir, tell me, do you know the tavern (Mimi, Customs Sergeant, Customs Official)
Act III: I hoped that I would find you here (Marcello, Mimi)
Act III: Marcello, you're outside here (Rodolfo, Marcello, Mimi)
Act III: Mimi is fickle-hearted (Rodolfo, Marcello)
Act III: Mimi's so sickly, so ailing! (Rodolfo, Marcello, Mimi)
Act III: To the home that she left (Mimi)
Act III: Then it really is over (Rodolfo, Mimi, Marcello, Musetta)
Act IV: In a coupe? (Marcello, Rodolfo)
Act IV: Oh Mimi, our love is over (Rodolfo, Marcello, Schaunard, Colline)
Act IV: Gavotta (Colline, Marcello, Rodolfo, Schaunard)
Act IV: It's Mimi! It's Mimi who is with me (Musetta, Rodolfo, Schaunard, Mimi, Marcello)
Act IV: Venerable garment, listen (Colline, Schaunard)
Act IV: Have they left us? (Mimi, Rodolfo, Schaunard)
Act IV: Sleeping? (Musseta, Rodolfo, Marcello, Mimi)
Act IV: What did the doctor say? (Marcello, Musetta, Schaunard, Rodolfo)
Act I: Opening - Ah! Here in safety! (Angelotti)
Act I: I don't believe it ... (Sacristan, Cavaradossi)
Act I: Give me my palette! (Cavaradossi, Sacristan, Angelotti, Tosca)
Act I: Mario! Mario! Mario! (Tosca, Cavaradossi)
Act I: Our little house in the country (Tosca, Cavaradossi)
Act I: What eyes in all the world (Cavaradossi, Tosca, Angelotti, Sacristan)
Act I: All the choir in here at once! (Sacristan, Chorus)
Act I: You make the church a fairground! (Scarpia, Sacristan, Spoletta)
Act I: Mario?! Mario?! (Tosca, Sacristan, Scarpia)
Act I: 3 agents, go in a carriage ... (Scarpia, Spoletta, Chorus)
Act II: Tosca, my falcon (Scarpia, Sciarrone)
Act II: Richer far is the flavour (Scarpia, Sciarrone, Spoletta)
Act II: It seemed wise to arrest him ... (Spoletta, Scarpia, Cavaradossi, Tosca, Chorus)
Act II: Now you and I can talk (Scarpia, Tosca, Sciarrone, Cavaradossi)
Act II: Enough. Tosca, your answer (Scarpia, Tosca, Cavaradossi, Spolettaa, Sciarrone)
Act II: Floria! (Cavaradossi, Tosca, Scarpia, Sciarrone)
Act II: How much? (Tosca, Scarpia)
Act II: Life has taught me singing and loving (Tosca, Scarpia, Spoleta)
Act II: Which route have you chosen? (Scarpia, Tosca)
Act III: No words can cheer me ( A Shepherd Boy, Jailor, Cavardossi)
Act III: All the stars shone in heaven (Cavaradossi, Tosca)
Act III: Oh, hands of mercy (Cavaradossi, Tosca, Jailor)
Act III: What a time they are taking! (Tosca, Spoletta, Sciarrone, Soldier)