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Nocturnal, after Dowland, Op. 70: Come, heavy sleep Benjamin Britten 2:14
Nocturnal, after Dowland, Op. 70: I Benjamin Britten 2:00
Nocturnal, after Dowland, Op. 70: II Benjamin Britten 0:45
Nocturnal, after Dowland, Op. 70: III Benjamin Britten 1:36
Nocturnal, after Dowland, Op. 70: IV Benjamin Britten 1:29
Nocturnal, after Dowland, Op. 70: V Benjamin Britten 1:39
Nocturnal, after Dowland, Op. 70: VI Benjamin Britten 1:57
Nocturnal, after Dowland, Op. 70: VII Benjamin Britten 1:18
Nocturnal, after Dowland, Op. 70: VIII Benjamin Britten 4:54
Nocturne for Tenor, 7 Obligato Instruments & Strings, op. 60: “Below the thunders of the upper deep” Peter Pears, William Waterhouse, London Symphony Orchestra, Benjamin Britten 3:18
Nocturne for Tenor, 7 Obligato Instruments & Strings, op. 60: “But that night when on my bed I lay” Peter Pears, Denis Blyth, London Symphony Orchestra, Benjamin Britten 3:02
Nocturne for Tenor, 7 Obligato Instruments & Strings, op. 60: “Encintured with a twine of leaves” Peter Pears, Osian Ellis, London Symphony Orchestra, Benjamin Britten 2:12
Nocturne for Tenor, 7 Obligato Instruments & Strings, op. 60: “Midnight’s bell goes ting, ting, ting” Peter Pears, Barry Tuckwell, London Symphony Orchestra, Benjamin Britten 2:30
Nocturne for Tenor, 7 Obligato Instruments & Strings, op. 60: “On a poet’s lips I slept” Peter Pears, London Symphony Orchestra, Benjamin Britten 3:22
Nocturne for Tenor, 7 Obligato Instruments & Strings, op. 60: “She sleeps on soft, last breaths” Peter Pears, Roger Lord, London Symphony Orchestra, Benjamin Britten 4:30
Nocturne for Tenor, 7 Obligato Instruments & Strings, op. 60: “What is more gentle than a wind in summer?” Peter Pears, Alexander Murray, Gervase de Peyer, London Symphony Orchestra, Benjamin Britten 3:27
Nocturne for Tenor, 7 Obligato Instruments & Strings, op. 60: “When most I wink, then do mine eyes best see” Peter Pears, William Waterhouse, Osian Ellis, Barry Tuckwell, Denis Blyth, Roger Lord, Alexander Murray, Gervase de Peyer, London Symphony Orchestra, Benjamin Britten 4:01
Nocturne for tenor, 7 obligato instruments & strings, Op.60: 1. "On A Poet's Lips I Slept" Benjamin Britten 3:22
Nocturne for tenor, 7 obligato instruments & strings, Op.60: 2. "Below The Thunders Of The Upper Deep" Benjamin Britten 3:18
Nocturne for tenor, 7 obligato instruments & strings, Op.60: 3. "Encintured With A Twine Of Leaves" Benjamin Britten 2:12
Nocturne for tenor, 7 obligato instruments & strings, Op.60: 4. "Midnight's Bell Goes Ting, Ting, Ting" Benjamin Britten 2:30
Nocturne for tenor, 7 obligato instruments & strings, Op.60: 5. "But That Night When On My Bed I Lay" Benjamin Britten 3:03
Nocturne for tenor, 7 obligato instruments & strings, Op.60: 6. "She Sleeps On Soft, Last Breaths" Benjamin Britten 4:31
Nocturne for tenor, 7 obligato instruments & strings, Op.60: 7. "What Is More Gentle Than A Wind In Summer?" Benjamin Britten 3:28
Nocturne for tenor, 7 obligato instruments & strings, Op.60: 8. "When Most I Wink, Then Do Mine Eyes Best See" Benjamin Britten 4:07
Nocturne for tenor, seven obbligato instruments & strings, Op. 60: I. On a poet's lips I slept Benjamin Britten 3:26
Nocturne for tenor, seven obbligato instruments & strings, Op. 60: II. Below the thunders of the upper deep Benjamin Britten 3:52
Nocturne for tenor, seven obbligato instruments & strings, Op. 60: III. Encinctured with a twine of leaves Benjamin Britten 2:18
Nocturne for tenor, seven obbligato instruments & strings, Op. 60: IV. Midnight's bell goes ting, ting, ting Benjamin Britten 2:39
Nocturne for tenor, seven obbligato instruments & strings, Op. 60: V. But that night when on my bed I lay Benjamin Britten 3:27
Nocturne for tenor, seven obbligato instruments & strings, Op. 60: VI. She sleeps on soft, last breaths Benjamin Britten 4:44
Nocturne for tenor, seven obbligato instruments & strings, Op. 60: VII. What is more gentle than a wind in summer? Benjamin Britten 3:39
Nocturne for tenor, seven obbligato instruments & strings, Op. 60: VIII. When most I wink, then do mine eyes best see Benjamin Britten 4:35
Nocturne, op. 60: "When most I wink" Peter Pears, London Symphony Orchestra, Benjamin Britten GBF075910028 4:00
Nocturne, op. 60: I. On a poet's lips I slept Benjamin Britten GBAYC0501055 3:23
Nocturne, Op. 60: I. On a poet's lips I slept Benjamin Britten 3:09
Nocturne, op. 60: II. Below the thunders of the upper deep Benjamin Britten GBAYC0501056 3:18
Nocturne, Op. 60: II. Below the thunders of the upper deep Benjamin Britten 2:56
Nocturne, op. 60: III. Encinctured Benjamin Britten GBAYC0501057 2:12
Nocturne, Op. 60: III. Encinctured with a twine of leaves Benjamin Britten 2:49
Nocturne, op. 60: IV. Midnight's bell Benjamin Britten GBAYC0501058 2:30
Nocturne, Op. 60: IV. Midnight's bell goes ting, ting, ting, ting Benjamin Britten 2:31
Nocturne, op. 60: V. But that night Benjamin Britten GBAYC0501059 3:03
Nocturne, Op. 60: V. But that night when on my bed I lay Benjamin Britten 2:56
Nocturne, op. 60: VI. She sleeps Benjamin Britten GBAYC0501060 4:31
Nocturne, Op. 60: VI. She sleeps on soft, last breaths; but no ghost looms Benjamin Britten 4:09
Nocturne, op. 60: VII. What is more gentle Benjamin Britten GBAYC0501061 3:28
Nocturne, Op. 60: VII. What is more gentle than a wind in summer Benjamin Britten 3:41
Nocturne, op. 60: VIII. When most I wink Benjamin Britten GBAYC0501062 4:02
Nocturne, Op. 60: VIII. When most I wink, then do mine eyes best see Benjamin Britten 4:22
Not Even Summer Yet Benjamin Britten 1:47
Now Sleeps the Crimson Petal Benjamin Britten 3:02
Now Sleeps the Crimson Petal Benjamin Britten 2:55
Now sleeps the crimson petal (Tennyson) Benjamin Britten 3:02
Noye's Fludde, Op. 59: I. Lord Jesus, think on me Benjamin Britten 3:09
Noye's Fludde, Op. 59: II. I God, that all this worlde hath wroughte Benjamin Britten 2:05
Noye's Fludde, Op. 59: III. Have done, you men and wemen all Benjamin Britten 2:39
Noye's Fludde, Op. 59: IV. Now in the name of God I will begyne Benjamin Britten 4:18
Noye's Fludde, Op. 59: IX. Noye, take thy wife anone Benjamin Britten 2:39
Noye's Fludde, Op. 59: V. Noye, Noye, take thou thy company Benjamin Britten 6:07
Noye's Fludde, Op. 59: VI. Wiffe, come in! why standes thou their? Benjamin Britten 5:09
Noye's Fludde, Op. 59: VII. Ha! Children, me thinkes my botte removes Benjamin Britten 8:18
Noye's Fludde, Op. 59: VIII. Now forty dayes are fullie gone Benjamin Britten 5:10
Noye's Fludde, Op. 59: X. Noye, heare I behette thee a heste Benjamin Britten 1:15
Noye's Fludde, Op. 59: XI. The spacious firmament on high Benjamin Britten 7:17
Noye's Fludde, Op.59: "Lord Jesus, Think on Me" Benjamin Britten 3:08
O Can Ye Sew Cushions? (Scottish Tune) Benjamin Britten 2:04
O Quam Tristis Benjamin Britten 2:46
O That I Had Ne'er Been Married Benjamin Britten 1:25
O The Sight Entrancing Benjamin Britten 2:09
O Waly Waly Benjamin Britten 1:37
O Waly Waly Benjamin Britten 3:33
O Waly, Waly (feat. countertenor: David Daniels, piano: Julius Drake) Benjamin Britten GBAYC0102879 3:55
O Waly, Waly (Somerset) Benjamin Britten 3:36
O Why Did E're My Thought Aspire Benjamin Britten 1:32
Occasional Overture in C major, Op.38 Benjamin Britten GBAYC8400776 7:16
Occasional Overture Op.38 Benjamin Britten 7:11
Ode for St Cecilia’s Day: Accompagnato "But bright Cecilia rais’d the wonder higher" English Chamber Orchestra, Benjamin Britten 1:15
Ode for St Cecilia’s Day: Aria "But oh! what art can teach" English Chamber Orchestra, Benjamin Britten 5:05
Ode for St Cecilia’s Day: Aria "Orpheus could lead the savage race" English Chamber Orchestra, Benjamin Britten 1:59
Ode for St Cecilia’s Day: Aria "Sharp violins proclaim their jealous pangs" English Chamber Orchestra, Benjamin Britten 5:03
Ode for St Cecilia’s Day: Aria "The soft complaining flute" English Chamber Orchestra, Benjamin Britten 5:51
Ode for St Cecilia’s Day: Aria "What passion cannot music raise and quell!" English Chamber Orchestra, Benjamin Britten 8:22
Ode for St Cecilia’s Day: Chorus "From harmony, from heav’nly harmony" English Chamber Orchestra, Benjamin Britten 3:54
Ode for St Cecilia’s Day: Chorus: "The dead shall live, the living die" English Chamber Orchestra, Benjamin Britten 4:56
Ode for St Cecilia’s Day: March English Chamber Orchestra, Benjamin Britten 1:08
Ode for St Cecilia’s Day: Overture: Larghetto e staccato - Allegro - Menuet I/II English Chamber Orchestra, Benjamin Britten 6:29
Ode for St Cecilia’s Day: Recitative "From harmony, from heav’nly harmony" English Chamber Orchestra, Benjamin Britten 3:38
Ode for St Cecilia’s Day: Solo and Chorus "As from the power of sacred lays" English Chamber Orchestra, Benjamin Britten 2:38
Ode for St Cecilia’s Day: Solo and Chorus "The trumpet’s loud clangor" English Chamber Orchestra, Benjamin Britten 3:51
Of A' the Airts the Wind Can Blaw Benjamin Britten 1:02
Oft In The Stilly Night Benjamin Britten 2:37
Old Joe has gone fishing Benjamin Britten ?:??
Oliver Cromwell Benjamin Britten 0:39
On a poet's lips Benjamin Britten 3:23
On The Frontier: The Clock On The Wall (Instrumental Arrangement by Daryl Runswick) Benjamin Britten 4:25
On This Island, Op. 11: 1. Let the florid music praise! Benjamin Britten 3:09
On This Island, Op. 11: 2. Now the leaves are falling fast Benjamin Britten 1:58
On This Island, Op. 11: 3. Seascape Benjamin Britten 1:59
On This Island, Op. 11: 4. Nocturne Benjamin Britten 3:59

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