Benjamin Britten

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A.M.D.G.: Prayer I Benjamin Britten 2:15
A.M.D.G.: Prayer II Benjamin Britten 4:37
A.M.D.G.: Rosa Mystica Benjamin Britten 4:07
A.M.D.G.: The Soldier Benjamin Britten 2:18
Act 1 - And now our scene changes... / No. 19: Fill ev'ry glass Benjamin Britten 1:58
Act 1 - But to be sure, sir... / No. 24: The gamesters and lawyers are jugglers alike / No. 25: At the tree I shall suffer with pleasure Benjamin Britten 2:26
Act 1 - Dear Mrs Coaxer, you're welcome! / No. 22: Youth's the season made for joys Benjamin Britten 4:21
Act 1 - I know as well as any of the fine ladies... / No. 6: Virgins are like the fair flower in its lustre Benjamin Britten 2:37
Act 1 - It is your own choice... / No. 23: Before the barn-door crowing Benjamin Britten 1:00
Act 1 - No. 1: Through all the employments of life Benjamin Britten 1:56
Act 1 - No. 2: 'Tis woman seduces all mankind Benjamin Britten 2:08
Act 1 - No. 4: If Love the virgin's heart invade Benjamin Britten 2:06
Act 1 - No. 5: A Maid is like the golden ore Benjamin Britten 1:25
Act 1 - No. 7: Our Polly is a sad slut! Benjamin Britten 1:14
Act 1 - No. 8: Can love be controlled by advice? Benjamin Britten 1:14
Act 1 - No. 10: I, like a ship in storms, was tossed Benjamin Britten 0:50
Act 1 - No. 11: A fox may steal your hens, sir Benjamin Britten 1:33
Act 1 - No. 12: O ponder well, be not severe / No. 13: The turtle thus with plaintive crying Benjamin Britten 2:44
Act 1 - No. 14 (Melodrama): Now I am a wretch indeed! / Pretty Polly say Benjamin Britten 2:57
Act 1 - No. 15: My heart was so free Benjamin Britten 0:32
Act 1 - No. 16: Were I laid on Greenland's coast Benjamin Britten 1:56
Act 1 - No. 17: O! what pain it is to part! Benjamin Britten 1:00
Act 1 - No. 18: The miser thus a shilling sees Benjamin Britten 2:54
Act 1 - No. 21: If the heart of a man is depressed with cares Benjamin Britten 2:14
Act 1 - Success attend you! / No. 20: Let us take the road Benjamin Britten 1:38
Act 1 - The girl shows such a readiness... / No. 9: O Polly, you might have toyed and kissed Benjamin Britten 2:35
Act 1 - Women are bitter bad judges... / No. 3: If any wench Venus' girdle wear Benjamin Britten 1:34
Act 1. At last it's out Benjamin Britten 6:19
Act 1. Coyle, I wish I had not come Benjamin Britten 7:01
Act 1. May God bless the Queen Benjamin Britten 8:22
Act 1. Oh, how unforeseen Benjamin Britten 10:02
Act 1. Prelude Benjamin Britten 2:59
Act 1. Scene 1. 3. Bunyan's Greeting Britten; Soloists, Chorus & Orchestra of the Plymouth Music Series & Philip Brunelle 2:50
Act 1. Scene 1. 3a. Call of Lumberjacks Britten; Soloists, Chorus & Orchestra of the Plymouth Music Series & Philip Brunelle 0:32
Act 1. Scene 1. 4. Lumberjacks' Chorus: My birthplace was in Sweden Britten; Soloists, Chorus & Orchestra of the Plymouth Music Series & Philip Brunelle 1:58
Act 1. Scene 1. 4a. Bunyan's Welcome Britten; Soloists, Chorus & Orchestra of the Plymouth Music Series & Philip Brunelle 0:21
Act 1. Scene 1. 5. Quartet of Swedes: Swedish born ans Swedish bred Britten; Soloists, Chorus & Orchestra of the Plymouth Music Series & Philip Brunelle 1:17
Act 1. Scene 1. 6. Western Union Boy's Song: A telegram from oversea Britten; Soloists, Chorus & Orchestra of the Plymouth Music Series & Philip Brunelle 1:38
Act 1. Scene 1. 7. Cooks' Duet: Sam for soups. Ben for beans Britten; Soloists, Chorus & Orchestra of the Plymouth Music Series & Philip Brunelle 3:36
Act 1. Scene 1. 8. Animal Trio: Ah! Miaou! The single creature lives a partial life Britten; Soloists, Chorus & Orchestra of the Plymouth Music Series & Philip Brunelle 1:44
Act 1. Scene 1. 8a. Bunyan's Goodnight (1) Britten; Soloists, Chorus & Orchestra of the Plymouth Music Series & Philip Brunelle 0:34
Act 1. Scene 1. 8b. Exit of Lumberjacks: Down the line... Timberrr Britten; Soloists, Chorus & Orchestra of the Plymouth Music Series & Philip Brunelle 0:47
Act 1. Scene 1. 9. The Blues: Gold in the North came the blizzard to say Britten; Soloists, Chorus & Orchestra of the Plymouth Music Series & Philip Brunelle 4:25
Act 1. Scene 1. 10. Bunyan's Goodnight (2) Britten; Soloists, Chorus & Orchestra of the Plymouth Music Series & Philip Brunelle 0:53
Act 1. Scene 1. 10a. Second Ballad Interlude: The Spring came and the Summer and Fall Britten; Soloists, Chorus & Orchestra of the Plymouth Music Series & Philip Brunelle 3:30
Act 1. Scene 2. 11. Food Chorus: Do I look the sort of fellow Britten; Soloists, Chorus & Orchestra of the Plymouth Music Series & Philip Brunelle 4:03
Act 1. Scene 2. 12. Chorus Accusation: There now look what you have done Britten; Soloists, Chorus & Orchestra of the Plymouth Music Series & Philip Brunelle 0:40
Act 1. Scene 2. 12a. Slim's Song: In fair days and in foul... I come from open spaces Britten; Soloists, Chorus & Orchestra of the Plymouth Music Series & Philip Brunelle 3:08
Act 1. Scene 2. 13. Bunyan's Return: Look, the Chief is back Britten; Soloists, Chorus & Orchestra of the Plymouth Music Series & Philip Brunelle 1:03
Act 1. Scene 2. 14. Inkslinger's Song. It was out in the sticks Britten; Soloists, Chorus & Orchestra of the Plymouth Music Series & Philip Brunelle 4:51
Act 1. Scene 2. 14a. Entrance of Chorus Britten; Soloists, Chorus & Orchestra of the Plymouth Music Series & Philip Brunelle 0:48
Act 1. Scene 2. 15. Tiny's Entrance Britten; Soloists, Chorus & Orchestra of the Plymouth Music Series & Philip Brunelle 1:28
Act 1. Scene 2. 15a. Tiny's Song: Ah!... Whether the sun shines upon children playing Britten; Soloists, Chorus & Orchestra of the Plymouth Music Series & Philip Brunelle 4:06
Act 1. Scene 2. 16. Inkslinger's Regret: All the little brooks of love Britten; Soloists, Chorus & Orchestra of the Plymouth Music Series & Philip Brunelle 2:00
Act 1. Scene 2. 17. Bunyan's Goodnight (3) Britten; Soloists, Chorus & Orchestra of the Plymouth Music Series & Philip Brunelle 2:04
Act 1. Sirrah! How dare you! Benjamin Britten 4:03
Act 1. You've got your maps there? Benjamin Britten 12:03
Act 1. Your sherry, Mrs. Coyle Benjamin Britten 11:02
Act 2 - Fortune, be with you Lucy John Gay, Benjamin Britten; Philip Langridge, Anne Collins, Robert Lloyd, Ann Murray, John Rawnsley, Yvonne Kenny, Nuala Willis, Christopher Gillett, Steuart Bedford 0:29
Act 2 - It is the pleasure of all you fine men... / No. 28: How cruel are the traitors John Gay, Benjamin Britten; Philip Langridge, Anne Collins, Robert Lloyd, Ann Murray, John Rawnsley, Yvonne Kenny, Nuala Willis, Christopher Gillett, Steuart Bedford 1:55
Act 2 - No. 27: Thus when a good woman sees a rat John Gay, Benjamin Britten; Philip Langridge, Anne Collins, Robert Lloyd, Ann Murray, John Rawnsley, Yvonne Kenny, Nuala Willis, Christopher Gillett, Steuart Bedford 0:45
Act 2 - No. 29: The first time at the looking-glass John Gay, Benjamin Britten; Philip Langridge, Anne Collins, Robert Lloyd, Ann Murray, John Rawnsley, Yvonne Kenny, Nuala Willis, Christopher Gillett, Steuart Bedford 1:06
Act 2 - No. 31: Is then his fate decreed, sir? John Gay, Benjamin Britten; Philip Langridge, Anne Collins, Robert Lloyd, Ann Murray, John Rawnsley, Yvonne Kenny, Nuala Willis, Christopher Gillett, Steuart Bedford 2:18
Act 2 - No. 35: Why how now, Madam Flirt! John Gay, Benjamin Britten; Philip Langridge, Anne Collins, Robert Lloyd, Ann Murray, John Rawnsley, Yvonne Kenny, Nuala Willis, Christopher Gillett, Steuart Bedford 0:52
Act 2 - No. 36: No power on earth can e'er divide John Gay, Benjamin Britten; Philip Langridge, Anne Collins, Robert Lloyd, Ann Murray, John Rawnsley, Yvonne Kenny, Nuala Willis, Christopher Gillett, Steuart Bedford 1:47
Act 2 - Noble Captain, you are welcome once more / No. 26: Man may escape from rope and gun John Gay, Benjamin Britten; Philip Langridge, Anne Collins, Robert Lloyd, Ann Murray, John Rawnsley, Yvonne Kenny, Nuala Willis, Christopher Gillett, Steuart Bedford 3:51
Act 2 - O Macheath! I will stay with thee till death... / No. 32: Thus when the swallow John Gay, Benjamin Britten; Philip Langridge, Anne Collins, Robert Lloyd, Ann Murray, John Rawnsley, Yvonne Kenny, Nuala Willis, Christopher Gillett, Steuart Bedford 1:48
Act 2 - Really, Miss Peachum, you expose yourself / No. 34: Cease your funning John Gay, Benjamin Britten; Philip Langridge, Anne Collins, Robert Lloyd, Ann Murray, John Rawnsley, Yvonne Kenny, Nuala Willis, Christopher Gillett, Steuart Bedford 3:03
Act 2 - Shall I not claim my own? / No. 33: How happy I could be with either John Gay, Benjamin Britten; Philip Langridge, Anne Collins, Robert Lloyd, Ann Murray, John Rawnsley, Yvonne Kenny, Nuala Willis, Christopher Gillett, Steuart Bedford 1:12
Act 2 - Such language, brother! / No. 30: When you can censure the age John Gay, Benjamin Britten; Philip Langridge, Anne Collins, Robert Lloyd, Ann Murray, John Rawnsley, Yvonne Kenny, Nuala Willis, Christopher Gillett, Steuart Bedford 0:48
Act 2. Ah, Owen, what shall I do? Benjamin Britten 7:41
Act 2. And with his friend young Lechmere played Benjamin Britten 4:38
Act 2. Come in...It's me, Lechmere Benjamin Britten 5:02
Act 2. I envy you, this fine old house Benjamin Britten 2:37
Act 2. Is that you, Coyle? Benjamin Britten 2:58
Act 2. Now you may save your scornful looks Benjamin Britten 5:38
Act 2. Paramore shall welcome woe! Benjamin Britten 7:03
Act 2. Scene 1. 18. Bunyan's Good Morning Britten; Soloists, Chorus & Orchestra of the Plymouth Music Series & Philip Brunelle 3:14
Act 2. Scene 1. 18a. Shears' Song: It has always been my dream Britten; Soloists, Chorus & Orchestra of the Plymouth Music Series & Philip Brunelle 0:45
Act 2. Scene 1. 18b. Bunyan's Warning Britten; Soloists, Chorus & Orchestra of the Plymouth Music Series & Philip Brunelle 0:26
Act 2. Scene 1. 19. Farmers' Song: The shanty-boy invades the wood Britten; Soloists, Chorus & Orchestra of the Plymouth Music Series & Philip Brunelle 2:11
Act 2. Scene 1. 19a. Farmers' Exit Britten; Soloists, Chorus & Orchestra of the Plymouth Music Series & Philip Brunelle 1:14
Act 2. Scene 1. 20. The Mocking of Hel Helson: Heron, heron winging by Britten; Soloists, Chorus & Orchestra of the Plymouth Music Series & Philip Brunelle 6:13
Act 2. Scene 1. 21. Fido's Sympathy: Won't you tell me what's the matter? Britten; Soloists, Chorus & Orchestra of the Plymouth Music Series & Philip Brunelle 0:43
Act 2. Scene 1. 22. Cats' Creed: Let Man the romantic in vision espy Britten; Soloists, Chorus & Orchestra of the Plymouth Music Series & Philip Brunelle 1:48
Act 2. Scene 1. 23. The Fight: What is it? What's happening? Britten; Soloists, Chorus & Orchestra of the Plymouth Music Series & Philip Brunelle 1:27
Act 2. Scene 1. 23a. Love Duet: Move, move from the trysting stone Britten; Soloists, Chorus & Orchestra of the Plymouth Music Series & Philip Brunelle 2:28
Act 2. Scene 1. 23b. Mock Funeral March: Take away the body and lay it on the ice Britten; Soloists, Chorus & Orchestra of the Plymouth Music Series & Philip Brunelle 4:45
Act 2. Scene 1. 23c. Hymn: O great day of discovery! Britten; Soloists, Chorus & Orchestra of the Plymouth Music Series & Philip Brunelle 3:05
Act 2. Scene 1. 24. Third Ballad Interlude: So Helson smiled and Bunyan smiled Britten; Soloists, Chorus & Orchestra of the Plymouth Music Series & Philip Brunelle 2:06
Act 2. Scene 2. 25. The Christmas Party. A telegram from Hollywood Britten; Soloists, Chorus & Orchestra of the Plymouth Music Series & Philip Brunelle 1:28
Act 2. Scene 2. 25. The Christmas Party. Carry her over the water Britten; Soloists, Chorus & Orchestra of the Plymouth Music Series & Philip Brunelle 1:21
Act 2. Scene 2. 25. The Christmas Party. Dear friends, with your leave Britten; Soloists, Chorus & Orchestra of the Plymouth Music Series & Philip Brunelle 1:02
Act 2. Scene 2. 25. The Christmas Party. Rah! Another slice of turkey Britten; Soloists, Chorus & Orchestra of the Plymouth Music Series & Philip Brunelle 1:56
Act 2. Scene 2. 25. The Christmas Party. We always knew that one day you Britten; Soloists, Chorus & Orchestra of the Plymouth Music Series & Philip Brunelle 1:35
Act 2. Scene 2. 25. The Christmas Party. Where we are is not very far Britten; Soloists, Chorus & Orchestra of the Plymouth Music Series & Philip Brunelle 2:14
Act 2. Scene 2. 26. Bunyan's Farewell Britten; Soloists, Chorus & Orchestra of the Plymouth Music Series & Philip Brunelle 2:13
Act 2. Scene 2. 27. Litany: The campfire embers are black and cold Britten; Soloists, Chorus & Orchestra of the Plymouth Music Series & Philip Brunelle 6:11
Act 2. There was a boy, a Wingrave born Benjamin Britten 6:54
Act 3 - And Macheath, at liberty and at large... / No. 40: The modes of the Court John Gay, Benjamin Britten; Philip Langridge, Anne Collins, Robert Lloyd, Ann Murray, John Rawnsley, Yvonne Kenny, Nuala Willis, Christopher Gillett, Steuart Bedford 2:47

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