Toby Stafford-Allen

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  • 1.
    Opera In English - Poulenc: The Carmelites / Daniel
    Label: Chandos   Catalog: 3134 Release Date: 10/17/2006   Number of Discs: 2
    Composer:  Francis Poulenc
    Performer:  Orla Boylan,  Peter Wedd,  Josephine Barstow,  Sarah Tynan  ... 
    Conductor:  Paul Daniel
    Orchestra/Ensemble:  English National Opera Orchestra,  English National Opera Chorus
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  • 2.
    Opera In English - Berg: Lulu / Daniel, Saffer, Perry, Et Al
    Label: Chandos   Catalog: 3130 Release Date: 03/21/2006   Number of Discs: 3
    Composer:  Alban Berg
    Performer:  Graeme Danby,  Jane Powell,  Anna Burford,  John Graham-Hall  ... 
    Orchestra/Ensemble:  Paul Daniel,  English National Opera Orchestra
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    Opera In English - Rossini: The Thieving Magpie / Parry
    Label: Chandos   Catalog: 3097 Release Date: 07/22/2003   Number of Discs: 2
    Composer:  Gioachino Rossini
    Performer:  Philip Tebb,  Nicholas Garrett,  Prunella Scales,  Majella Cullagh  ... 
    Conductor:  David Parry
    Orchestra/Ensemble:  Geoffrey Mitchell Choir,  Philharmonia Orchestra
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    Opera In English - Bizet: Carmen / Parry, Bardon, Et Al
    Label: Chandos   Catalog: 3091 Release Date: 03/11/2003   Number of Discs: 2
    Composer:  Georges Bizet
    Performer:  Mary Plazas,  Patricia Bardon,  Julian Gavin,  Mary Hegarty  ... 
    Conductor:  David Parry
    Orchestra/Ensemble:  Philharmonia Orchestra,  New London Children's Choir,  Geoffrey Mitchell Choir
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  • 5.
    Bernstein: Trouble In Tahiti / Novacek, Daymond, Daniel, Et Al
    Label: Opus Arte   Catalog: 838 Release Date: 02/18/2003   Number of Discs: 1
    Composer:  Leonard Bernstein
    Performer:  Tom Randle,  Toby Stafford-Allen,  Stephanie Novacek,  Karl Daymond  ... 
    Conductor:  Paul Daniel
    Orchestra/Ensemble:  City of London Sinfonia
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WORKS ALBUMS
TITLE/COMPOSER
LABEL
Prologue: Roll up, roll up for the menagerie (Animal tamer)
Act I Scene 1: Am I trespassing? (Alwa, Dr. Schon, Lulu)
Act I Scene 1: Gnadige Frau ... Frau Medizinalrat ... (Painter, Lulu)
Act I Scene 1: You are far too slow to capture me (Lulu, Painter)
Act I Scene 1: What's happening? (Painter, Lulu)
Act I Scene 1: Open the door! (Professor of Medicine, Lulu, Painter)
Act I Scene 1: Just wait, he'll jump right up ... (Lulu)
Act I Scene 1: Can't you help him recover his senses? (Painter, Lulu)
Act I Scene 1: You make me jealous, you lucky bastard! (Lulu)
Act I Scene 1: Please help me do this up (Lulu)
Act I Scene 2: Eva! - What is it? (Painter, Lulu)
Act I Scene 2: Eva! - What is it? (Painter, Lulu)
Act I Scene 2: He's not quite what I imagined him to be (Schigolch, Lulu, Dr. Schon)
Act I Scene 2: If you and I married (Dr. Schon, Lulu, Painter)
Act I Scene 2: So? - Your marriage has made you at least a million marks ... (Painter, Dr. Schon, Lulu)
Act I Scene 2: Don't talk so loud (Dr. Schon, Alwa, Lulu)
Act I Scene 2: Verwandlung (Transformation)
Act I Scene 3: I've never in my life known an audience so excited (Alwa, Lulu)
Act I Scene 3: More for me, please (Lulu, Alwa)
Act I Scene 3: That girl and her lovers (Alwa)
Act I Scene 3: I met her first at Dr. Schon's (African Prince, Alwa)
Act I Scene 3: She's had a sort of fainting fit (Dresser, Alwa, Theatre Manager, Prince, Lulu)
Act I Scene 3: What's wrong with her? (Dr. Schon, Alwa, Lulu, Dresser, Theatre Manager, Prince)
Act I Scene 3: How dare you attempt to ruin my well-laid plans? (Dr. Schon, Lulu)
Act I Scene 3: Take this pen and paper (Lulu, Dr. Schon)
Overture: Maestoso marziale
Overture: Allegro
Act I Scene 1: What a day of celebration (Servants, Pippo, Magpie)
Act I Scene 1: Get moving - do something (Lucia, Pippo, Servants, Fabrizio, Magpie)
Act I Scene 1: I can see my beloved Giannetto (Fabrizio, Lucia, Pippo, Servants)
Act I Scene 1: Oh, my heart is full of joy! (Ninetta)
Act I Scene 1: Spring is returning (Ninetta)
Act I Scene 1: Dearest Ninetta, today's a special day! (Fabrizio, Ninetta, Lucia)
Act I Scene 1: Penknives and needles, leather patches (Isacco)
Act I Scene 1: I thought so, it's old Isacco (Pippo, Isacco)
Act I Scene 1: What's that shouting? (Ninetta, Servants, Villagers, Pippo)
Act I Scene 1: Darling! Darling, let me embrace you (Giannetto, Villagers, Servants)
Act I Scene 1: Yes, even in the battle (Giannetto, Villagers)
Act I Scene 1: Goodbye for now, my darling (Giannetto, Ninetta, Lucia, Fernando)
Act I Scene 1: Yesterday, just as the sun was setting (Fernando, Ninetta)
Act I Scene 1: I can be strong no longer (Ninetta, Fernando)
Act I Scene 1: Oh, daughter, let me embrace you (Fernando, Ninetta)
Act I Scene 1: Good morning, my pretty lady (Mayor, Ninetta, Giorgio, Fernando)
Act I Scene 1: THIS IS MOST URGENT (Ninetta, Mayor, Fernando)
Act I Scene 1: Thank heavens! (Ninetta, Mayor, Fernando)
Act I Scene 1: We're alone here (Mayor, Ninetta, Fernando)
Act I Scene 1: Such madness and confusion (Fernando, Ninetta, Mayor)
Act I Scene 2: Penknives and needles, leather patches (Isacco, Ninetta, Pippo, Lucia, Mayor, Giannetto, Fabrizio, Magpie)
Act I Scene 2: This morning in the house of Fabrizio Vingradito (Mayor, Giannetto, Ninetta, Fabrizio, Lucia, Pippo)
Act I Scene 2: Did somebody want me? (Isacco, Mayor, Giannetto, Lucia, Pippo, Fabrizio, Ninetta)
Act I Scene 2: Grief and calamity tumble around me (Ninetta, Lucia, Pippo, Mayor, Giannetto, Fabrizio)
Act I Scene 2: Someone is coming (Giannetto, Ninetta, Lucia, Pippo, Fabrizio)
Act I Scene 2: Take this girl away and throw her into prison! (Mayor, Giannetto, Ninetta, Lucia, Pippo, Fabrizio, Servants, Villagers, Isacco)
Act II Scene 1: She's shut up in that dark and dismal dungeon (Antonio, Ninetta, Giannetto)
Act II Scene 1: Maybe one day you'll forgive me (Ninetta, Giannetto)
Act II Scene 1: You'd better go, and quickly (Antonio, Giannetto, Ninetta, Mayor)
Act II Scene 1: You're so lovely, your eyes are sparkling (Mayor, Ninetta, Villagers)
Act II Scene 1: When you hear the sentence (Mayor, Villagers, Ninetta, Court)
Act II Scene 1: Mr Mayor, Mr Mayor - what are you up to? (Antonio, Pippo, Ninetta)
Act II Scene 1: Just think that tomorrow, even today (Ninetta, Pippo)
Act II Scene 1: No, no, I beg you to take it (Ninetta, Pippo)
Act II Scene 1: Lest my darling should forget me (Ninetta, Pippo)
Act II Scene 1: By unanimous verdict - we find her guilty (Judge, Giannetto, Fabrizio)
Act II Scene 1: The wheels of justice will crush the guilty (Court)
Act II Scene 1: Most unhappy of women, your fate is in the balance (Judge, Ninetta)
Act II Scene 1: God protect her! (Giannetto, Fabrizio, Mayor, Ninetta)
Act II Scene 1: But, your Honours, you're mistaken (Giannetto, Fabrizio, Mayor, Court, Ninetta, Judge, Fernando)
Act II Scene 1: Release her! (Fernando, Ninetta, Giannetto, Fabrizio, Mayor, Court)
Act II Scene 1: A chasm of sorrow is yawning before me (Ninetta, Giannetto, Fabrizio, Mayor, Fernando, Court)
Act II Scene 1: If I cried, I would weep forever (Ninetta, Giannetto, Fernando, Fabrizio, Mayor, Court)
Act II Scene 2: What a dump of a village (Ernesto, Pippo, Giorgio, Antonio)
Act II Scene 2: Bitter torment burns within you (Villagers)
Act II Scene 2: God in heaven, Oh, God of justice (Ninetta, Villagers)
Act II Scene 2: Giorgio! Giorgio! Ah, we're so happy! (Pippo, Antonio, Giorgio, Giannetto, Lucia, Fabrizio, Villagers, Mayor)
Act II Scene 2: Oh, God preserve us (Lucia, Mayor)
Act II Scene 2: We can see her, she is coming! (Pippo, Antonio, Villagers, Mayor, Giorgio, Lucia, Giannetto, Fabrizio)
Act II Scene 2: Though I hear your cries of gladness (Ninetta, Lucia, Giannetto, Fabrizio, Fernando, Pippo, Villagers, Mayor, Antonio)
Act II Scene 2: Now that the storm is over (Ninetta, Lucia, Antonio, Fabrizio, Villagers, Mayor, Pippo, Giannetto, Fernando)
Prelude
Act I: In the plaza (Soldiers, Morales)
Act I: Just look at that delicious morsel! (Morales, Soldiers, Micaela)
Act I: Here come our new soldier boys (Children)
Act I: Jose! There was a girl here looking for you just now (Morales, Don Jose)
Act I: Off with you old soldier boys (Children)
Act I: Corporal! Sir! (Zuniga, Don Jose)
Act I: We have heard the bell summon us to meet here (Young Men)
Act I: Ah, just look! (Soldiers, Cigarette Girls)
Act I: But why hasn't she come, our Carmencita? (Soldiers, Young Men, Cigarette Girls, Carmen)
Act I: Habanera: Love's a bird wild as any rebel (Carmen, Cigarette Girls, Young Men, Soldiers)
Act I: Carmen! We will follow you high and low! (Young Men, Carmen, Don Jose, Cigarette Girls)
Act I: The cheek of it! (Don Jose, Micaela)
Act I: Give me news of my mother! (Don Jose, Micaela)
Act I: Your dear mother and I were leaving church this morning (Don Jose, Micaela )
Act I: I see my mother's face! (Don Jose, Micaela)
Act I: Wait a moment. I'm going to read the letter (Don Jose, Micaela)
Act I: Come and help! (Cigarette Girls, Zuniga, Soldiers)
Act I: So, corporal, tell me what happened (Zuniga, Don Jose)
Act I: Well, Carmencita, what do you have to say for yourself? (Zuniga, Carmen)
Act I: Where are you taking me? (Carmen, Don Jose)
Act I: Seguedilla: There's an old bar in the city (Carmen, Don Jose)
Act I: Careful, it's the lieutenant! (Don Jose, Zuniga, Carmen)
Entr'acte
Act II: Gipsy Song: From far away mysterious sounds (Carmen, Frasquita, Mercedes)
Act II: Bravo, bravo! More! Keep dancing! (Zuniga, Frasquita, Mercedes, Carmen)
Act II: Hurrah! Hurrah! The Torero! (Friends of Escamillo)
Act II: Who's that? It's Escamillo, the bullfighter from Granada (Zuniga, Frasquita, Friends of Escamillo)
Act II: Hurrah! Hurrah! The Torero! (Zuniga, Officers, Friends of Escamillo, Mercedes, Frasquita, Carmen, Morales)
Act II: Toreador's aria: You're most kind (Escamillo, Frasquita, Mercedes, Carmen, Morales, Zuniga, Officers, Friends of Escamillo)
Act II: We'll come with you, Senor Torero (Zuniga, Escamillo, Friends of Escamillo, Carmen, Frasquita, Mercedes)
Act II: Toreador, be ready! (Friends of Escamillo)
Act II: At last! We got rid of them as quickly as we could (Remendado, Frasquita, Dancaire, Mercedes)
Act II: There's a little job that we're starting! (Dancaire, Mercedes, Frasquita, Remendado, Carmen)
Act II: Being in love is not a reason (Dancaire, Carmen, Frasquita, Mercedes, Don Jose)
Act II: To bid you welcome to our bar (Carmen)
Act II: La la la la la la la la (Carmen, Don Jose)
Act II: Back to camp! ... Go at once! (Carmen, Don Jose)
Act II: Flower Song: That flow'r you threw to me I treasured (Don Jose)
Act II: No, it's not love at all! (Carmen, Don Jose)
Act II: Hello! Carmen! (Zuniga, Remendado, Dancaire, Gipsies, Zuniga, Don Jose, Frasquita, Mercedes)
Act II: Lieutenant fair, it's true (Carmen, Remendado, Dancaire, Gipsies, Zuniga, Don Jose, Frasquita, Mercedes)
Act II: The sky above the open road (Gipsies, Frasquita, Mercedes, Carmen, Don Jose, Remendado, Dancaire)
Entr'acte
Act III: Keep going, dear old friend, keep going! (Gipsies, Frasquita, Mercedes, Carmen, Don Jose, Remendado, Dancaire)
Act III: Right! Let's stop for a while (Dancaire, Don Jose, Carmen)
Act III: Shuffle! Cut them! (Frasquita, Mercedes, Carmen)
Act III: In vain you would avoid the bitter things they're saying (Carmen, Frasquita, Mercedes)
Act III: You're back! (Frasquita, Dancaire, Mercedes, Carmen, Remendado, Don Jose)
Act III: As for that man, it should be easy! (Frasquita, Mercedes, Carmen, Gipsies, Remendado, Dancaire)
Act III: Is this the place? (Micaela, Guide)
Act III: I say that there's nothing to fear (Micaela)
Act III: It's him! I'm sure it's him over there! (Micaela, Escamillo, Don Jose)
Act III: Escamillo is my name, and I come from Granada (Escamillo, Don Jose)
Act III: She had a lover here (Escamillo, Don Jose)
Act III: Hola! hola! Jose! (Carmen, Escamillo, Dancaire)
Act III: You should take care, Carmen (Don Jose, Dancaire, Gipsies, Remendado, Carmen, Micaela, Frasquita, Carmen)
Act III: Alas! Jose, your mother is ill (Micaela, Don Jose, Escamillo)
Entr'acte
Act IV: A few cuartos! A few cuartos! (Merchants, Vendors, Zuniga, An Orange Vendor, A Gipsy)
Act IV: Here they come! Here they come! (Children, Merchants, Vendors, Chorus)
Act IV: If you love me, Carmen! (Escamillo, Carmen, Cordeliers, Frasquita, Mercedes)
Act IV: It's you! It's me! (Carmen, Don Jose)
Act IV: Viva! Viva! What a corrida! (Crowd, Don Jose, Carmen)