Appearances

Date Title Credited As Attributes Artist Length
performing orchestra
1992-06-19 – 1992-06-24 Love's whirligig John Tavener 1:40
1992-06-19 – 1992-06-24 Mary of Egypt: Act I. "Grunt and groan" (Swine men and women) / "Come and buy" (Swine men and women) John Tavener 1:21
1992-06-19 – 1992-06-24 Mary of Egypt: Act I. "Grunt and groan" (Swine men and women) / "We bring our wres" (Swine men and women) John Tavener 1:12
1992-06-19 – 1992-06-24 Mary of Egypt: Act I. "Here I sit and beat my brain" (Zossima) John Tavener 1:28
1992-06-19 – 1992-06-24 Mary of Egypt: Act I. "Let me consider, yet once more" (Zossima) John Tavener 2:16
1992-06-19 – 1992-06-24 Mary of Egypt: Act I. "Never raised a thieving arm" (Zossima) John Tavener 2:56
1992-06-19 – 1992-06-24 Mary of Egypt: Act I. "Take Me!" (Mary) John Tavener 2:38
1992-06-19 – 1992-06-24 Mary of Egypt: Act I. "The ways to salvation" (The Voice) John Tavener 7:23
1992-06-19 – 1992-06-24 Mary of Egypt: Act I. "We see the cross before us" (Young Men) John Tavener 2:34
1992-06-19 – 1992-06-24 Mary of Egypt: Act I. "Zossima! The ways to salvation" (The Voice) John Tavener 4:34
1992-06-19 – 1992-06-24 Mary of Egypt: Act I. Prologue "With unearthly stillness" John Tavener 3:09
1992-06-19 – 1992-06-24 Mary of Egypt: Act II. "I will praise the Lord" (Monks) John Tavener 5:02
1992-06-19 – 1992-06-24 Mary of Egypt: Act II. "The ways to salvation" (The Voice) John Tavener 1:56
1992-06-19 – 1992-06-24 Mary of Egypt: Act II. "We are the desert monks" (Monks) John Tavener 0:59
1992-06-19 – 1992-06-24 Mary of Egypt: Act II. Aria "And I, the stranger" (Zossima) John Tavener 2:29
1992-06-19 – 1992-06-24 Mary of Egypt: Act II. Prologue "With Unearthly Stillness" John Tavener 2:48
1992-06-19 – 1992-06-24 Mary of Egypt: Act II. The Exaltation of the Cross John Tavener 5:00
1992-06-19 – 1992-06-24 Mary of Egypt: Act II. The Prayer of Mary "O Virgin Lady" (Mary) John Tavener 4:32
1992-06-19 – 1992-06-24 Mary of Egypt: Act III. "But here, my Lady" (Zossima) John Tavener 4:58
1992-06-19 – 1992-06-24 Mary of Egypt: Act III. "Holy, Holy" (Angels) John Tavener 1:23
1992-06-19 – 1992-06-24 Mary of Egypt: Act III. "I pray you" (Mary) John Tavener 1:08
1992-06-19 – 1992-06-24 Mary of Egypt: Act III. "In Egypt, I lived" (Mary) John Tavener 0:57
1992-06-19 – 1992-06-24 Mary of Egypt: Act III. "Monk-priest Zossima" (Mary) John Tavener 2:36
1992-06-19 – 1992-06-24 Mary of Egypt: Act III. "Why run from me" (Zossima) John Tavener 1:00
1992-06-19 – 1992-06-24 Mary of Egypt: Act III. Duet "I beg you" (Zossima, Mary) John Tavener 7:21
1992-06-19 – 1992-06-24 Mary of Egypt: Act III. Prologue "With unearthly stillness" John Tavener 1:03
1992-06-19 – 1992-06-24 Mary of Egypt: Act IV. Episode I. Zossima searches for Mary John Tavener 1:44
1992-06-19 – 1992-06-24 Mary of Egypt: Act IV. Episode II. Mary walks on the water John Tavener 1:41
1992-06-19 – 1992-06-24 Mary of Egypt: Act IV. Episode III. Communion John Tavener 1:48
1992-06-19 – 1992-06-24 Mary of Egypt: Act IV. Episode IV. Mary returns on the water John Tavener 1:44
1992-06-19 – 1992-06-24 Mary of Egypt: Act IV. Episode V. Zossima goes John Tavener 2:17
1992-06-19 – 1992-06-24 Mary of Egypt: Act IV. The Angels' song John Tavener 0:39
1992-06-19 – 1992-06-24 Mary of Egypt: Act V. "Judge not!" (Chorus) John Tavener 4:25
1992-06-19 – 1992-06-24 Mary of Egypt: Act V. "Priest-monk Zossima" (Zossima) John Tavener 3:12
1992-06-19 – 1992-06-24 Mary of Egypt: Act V. "The ways to salvation" (The Voice) John Tavener 4:03
1992-06-19 – 1992-06-24 Mary of Egypt: Act V. Threnody for Mary John Tavener 3:19
2011-06-11 – 2011-06-13 The Rape of Lucretia, op. 37: Act I, Scene I. "Collatinus is politically astute" (Male Chorus, Junius, Collatinus, Tarquinius) Ian Bostridge, Benjamin Russell, Peter Coleman-Wright, Christopher Purves, Aldeburgh Festival Ensemble, Oliver Knussen 4:15
2011-06-11 – 2011-06-13 The Rape of Lucretia, op. 37: Act I, Scene I. "Goodnight!....There goes a happy man!" (Collatinus, Tarquinius, Junius) Benjamin Russell, Peter Coleman-Wright, Christopher Purves, Aldeburgh Festival Ensemble, Oliver Knussen 4:00
2011-06-11 – 2011-06-13 The Rape of Lucretia, op. 37: Act I, Scene I. "Here the thirsty ev'ning has drunk the wine of light" (Male Chorus) Ian Bostridge, Aldeburgh Festival Ensemble, Oliver Knussen 2:34
2011-06-11 – 2011-06-13 The Rape of Lucretia, op. 37: Act I, Scene I. "It is an axiom among kings" (Female Chorus, Male Chorus) Susan Gritton, Ian Bostridge, Aldeburgh Festival Ensemble, Oliver Knussen 2:29
2011-06-11 – 2011-06-13 The Rape of Lucretia, op. 37: Act I, Scene I. "Maria was unmasked at a masked ball" (Junius, Tarquinius, Collatinus, Male Chorus) Ian Bostridge, Benjamin Russell, Peter Coleman-Wright, Christopher Purves, Aldeburgh Festival Ensemble, Oliver Knussen 4:24
2011-06-11 – 2011-06-13 The Rape of Lucretia, op. 37: Act I, Scene I. "My horse! My horse!" (Tarquinius, Male Chorus) Ian Bostridge, Peter Coleman-Wright, Aldeburgh Festival Ensemble, Oliver Knussen 2:58
2011-06-11 – 2011-06-13 The Rape of Lucretia, op. 37: Act I, Scene I. "Rome is now ruled by the Etruscan upstart" (Male Chorus) Ian Bostridge, Aldeburgh Festival Ensemble, Oliver Knussen 2:30
2011-06-11 – 2011-06-13 The Rape of Lucretia, op. 37: Act I, Scene I. "Tarquinius does not dare" (Male Chorus) Peter Coleman-Wright, Aldeburgh Festival Ensemble, Oliver Knussen 2:14
2011-06-11 – 2011-06-13 The Rape of Lucretia, op. 37: Act I, Scene I. "Who reaches heaven first is the best philosopher" (Collatinus, Male Chorus, Junius, Tarquinius) Ian Bostridge, Benjamin Russell, Peter Coleman-Wright, Christopher Purves, Aldeburgh Festival Ensemble, Oliver Knussen 2:23
2011-06-11 – 2011-06-13 The Rape of Lucretia, op. 37: Act I, Scene II. "Listen! I heard a knock" (Lucretia, Bianca, Lucia) Claire Booth, Angelika Kirchschlager, Hilary Summers, Aldeburgh Festival Ensemble, Oliver Knussen 2:47
2011-06-11 – 2011-06-13 The Rape of Lucretia, op. 37: Act I, Scene II. "Lucia runs to the door" (Female Chorus, Tarquinius, Male Chorus, Bianca, Lucia, Lucretia) Claire Booth, Susan Gritton, Hilary Summers, Ian Bostridge, Peter Coleman-Wright, Angelika Kirchschlager, Aldeburgh Festival Ensemble, Oliver Knussen 5:23
2011-06-11 – 2011-06-13 The Rape of Lucretia, op. 37: Act I, Scene II. "The oatmeal slippers of sleep" (Female Chorus, Male Chorus) Susan Gritton, Ian Bostridge, Aldeburgh Festival Ensemble, Oliver Knussen 1:51
2011-06-11 – 2011-06-13 The Rape of Lucretia, op. 37: Act I, Scene II. "Their spinning wheel unwinds" (Female Chorus, Lucretia, Bianca, Lucia) Claire Booth, Susan Gritton, Angelika Kirchschlager, Hilary Summers, Aldeburgh Festival Ensemble, Oliver Knussen 5:21
2011-06-11 – 2011-06-13 The Rape of Lucretia, op. 37: Act I, Scene II. "Time treads upon the hands of women" (Lucia, Bianca, Female Chorus, Lucretia) Claire Booth, Susan Gritton, Angelika Kirchschlager, Hilary Summers, Aldeburgh Festival Ensemble, Oliver Knussen 3:26
2011-06-11 – 2011-06-13 The Rape of Lucretia, op. 37: Act II, Scene I. "Interlude: Here in this scene you see virtue" (Female Chorus, Male Chorus) Susan Gritton, Ian Bostridge, Aldeburgh Festival Ensemble, Oliver Knussen 3:52
2011-06-11 – 2011-06-13 The Rape of Lucretia, op. 37: Act II, Scene I. "Lucretia!...What do you want?" (Tarquinius, Lucretia, Male Chorus, Female Chorus) Susan Gritton, Angelika Kirchschlager, Ian Bostridge, Peter Coleman-Wright, Aldeburgh Festival Ensemble, Oliver Knussen 5:47
2011-06-11 – 2011-06-13 The Rape of Lucretia, op. 37: Act II, Scene I. "She sleeps as a rose" (Female Chorus) Susan Gritton, Aldeburgh Festival Ensemble, Oliver Knussen 3:00
2011-06-11 – 2011-06-13 The Rape of Lucretia, op. 37: Act II, Scene I. "The prosperity of the Etruscans" (Female Chorus, Male Chorus, Collatinus, Lucia, Junius, Bianca) Claire Booth, Susan Gritton, Hilary Summers, Ian Bostridge, Benjamin Russell, Benjamin Russell, Aldeburgh Festival Ensemble, Oliver Knussen 7:30
2011-06-11 – 2011-06-13 The Rape of Lucretia, op. 37: Act II, Scene I. "When Tarquinius desires" (Male Chorus) Ian Bostridge, Aldeburgh Festival Ensemble, Oliver Knussen 2:12
2011-06-11 – 2011-06-13 The Rape of Lucretia, op. 37: Act II, Scene I. "Within this frail crucible of light" (Tarquinius, Female Chorus) Peter Coleman-Wright, Susan Gritton, Aldeburgh Festival Ensemble, Oliver Knussen 4:01
2011-06-11 – 2011-06-13 The Rape of Lucretia, op. 37: Act II, Scene II. "Epilogue: Is it all?" (Female Chorus, Male Chorus) Susan Gritton, Oliver Knussen, Aldeburgh Festival Ensemble, Oliver Knussen 5:14
2011-06-11 – 2011-06-13 The Rape of Lucretia, op. 37: Act II, Scene II. "Flowers bring to every year" (Lucretia, Bianca) Angelika Kirchschlager, Hilary Summers, Aldeburgh Festival Ensemble, Oliver Knussen 3:18
2011-06-11 – 2011-06-13 The Rape of Lucretia, op. 37: Act II, Scene II. "Good morning my Lady" (Bianca, Lucia, Lucretia) Claire Booth, Angelika Kirchschlager, Hilary Summers, Aldeburgh Festival Ensemble, Oliver Knussen 3:27
2011-06-11 – 2011-06-13 The Rape of Lucretia, op. 37: Act II, Scene II. "Last night Tarquinius ravished me" (Lucretia, Collatinus) Angelika Kirchschlager, Christopher Purves, Aldeburgh Festival Ensemble, Oliver Knussen 3:28
2011-06-11 – 2011-06-13 The Rape of Lucretia, op. 37: Act II, Scene II. "Never again must we two dare to part" (Collatinus, Lucretia) Angelika Kirchschlager, Christopher Purves, Aldeburgh Festival Ensemble, Oliver Knussen 4:50
2011-06-11 – 2011-06-13 The Rape of Lucretia, op. 37: Act II, Scene II. "Oh! What a lovely day!" (Lucia, Bianca) Claire Booth, Hilary Summers, Aldeburgh Festival Ensemble, Oliver Knussen 5:56
2011-06-11 – 2011-06-13 The Rape of Lucretia, op. 37: Act II, Scene II. "This dead hand lets fall" (Collatinus, Junius, Bianca, Lucia, Female Chorus, Male Chorus) Claire Booth, Susan Gritton, Hilary Summers, Ian Bostridge, Benjamin Russell, Christopher Purves, Aldeburgh Festival Ensemble, Oliver Knussen 3:57
2011-06-11 – 2011-06-13 The Rape of Lucretia, op. 37: Act II, Scene II. "You were right. Tarquinius took one of the horses" (Lucia, Bianca, Collatinus, Junius) Claire Booth, Hilary Summers, Benjamin Russell, Benjamin Russell, Aldeburgh Festival Ensemble, Oliver Knussen 2:39
vocal
Requiem in D minor, K626: I. Introitus: Requiem aeternam (Chorus, Soprano I) Aldeburgh Festival Chorus choir vocals Aldeburgh Festival Chorus, Heather Harper, Alfreda Hodgson, Peter Pears, John Shirley‐Quirk, English Chamber Orchestra, Benjamin Britten 4:58
Requiem in D minor, K626: II. Kyrie (Chorus) Aldeburgh Festival Chorus choir vocals Aldeburgh Festival Chorus, Heather Harper, Alfreda Hodgson, Peter Pears, John Shirley‐Quirk, English Chamber Orchestra, Benjamin Britten 2:38
Requiem in D minor, K626: III. Sequentia: Confutatis (Chorus) Aldeburgh Festival Chorus choir vocals Aldeburgh Festival Chorus, Heather Harper, Alfreda Hodgson, Peter Pears, John Shirley‐Quirk, English Chamber Orchestra, Benjamin Britten 2:19
Requiem in D minor, K626: III. Sequentia: Dies irae (Chorus) Aldeburgh Festival Chorus choir vocals Aldeburgh Festival Chorus, Heather Harper, Alfreda Hodgson, Peter Pears, John Shirley‐Quirk, English Chamber Orchestra, Benjamin Britten 1:50
Requiem in D minor, K626: III. Sequentia: Lucrimosa (Chorus) Aldeburgh Festival Chorus choir vocals Aldeburgh Festival Chorus, Heather Harper, Alfreda Hodgson, Peter Pears, John Shirley‐Quirk, English Chamber Orchestra, Benjamin Britten 2:54
Requiem in D minor, K626: III. Sequentia: Recordare (Soprano, I/II, Tenor, Bass) Aldeburgh Festival Chorus choir vocals Aldeburgh Festival Chorus, Heather Harper, Alfreda Hodgson, Peter Pears, John Shirley‐Quirk, English Chamber Orchestra, Benjamin Britten 5:38
Requiem in D minor, K626: III. Sequentia: Rex tremendae (Chorus) Aldeburgh Festival Chorus choir vocals Aldeburgh Festival Chorus, Heather Harper, Alfreda Hodgson, Peter Pears, John Shirley‐Quirk, English Chamber Orchestra, Benjamin Britten 1:21
Requiem in D minor, K626: III. Sequentia: Tuba mirum (Soprano I/II, Tenor, Bass) Aldeburgh Festival Chorus choir vocals Aldeburgh Festival Chorus, Heather Harper, Alfreda Hodgson, Peter Pears, John Shirley‐Quirk, English Chamber Orchestra, Benjamin Britten 3:28
Requiem in D minor, K626: IV. Offertorium: Domine Jesu (Soprano I/II, Tenor, Bass) Aldeburgh Festival Chorus choir vocals Aldeburgh Festival Chorus, Heather Harper, Alfreda Hodgson, Peter Pears, John Shirley‐Quirk, English Chamber Orchestra, Benjamin Britten 3:33
Requiem in D minor, K626: IV. Offertorium: Hostias (Chorus) Aldeburgh Festival Chorus choir vocals Aldeburgh Festival Chorus, Heather Harper, Alfreda Hodgson, Peter Pears, John Shirley‐Quirk, English Chamber Orchestra, Benjamin Britten 3:52
Requiem in D minor, K626: V. Sanctus (Chorus) Aldeburgh Festival Chorus choir vocals Aldeburgh Festival Chorus, Heather Harper, Alfreda Hodgson, Peter Pears, John Shirley‐Quirk, English Chamber Orchestra, Benjamin Britten 1:47
Requiem in D minor, K626: VI. Benedictus (Soprano I/II, Tenor, bass, Chorus) Aldeburgh Festival Chorus choir vocals Aldeburgh Festival Chorus, Heather Harper, Alfreda Hodgson, Peter Pears, John Shirley‐Quirk, English Chamber Orchestra, Benjamin Britten 5:47
Requiem in D minor, K626: VII. Agnus Dei (Chorus) Aldeburgh Festival Chorus choir vocals Aldeburgh Festival Chorus, Heather Harper, Alfreda Hodgson, Peter Pears, John Shirley‐Quirk, English Chamber Orchestra, Benjamin Britten 2:55
Requiem in D minor, K626: VIII. Communio: Lux aeterna (Soprano I, Chorus) Aldeburgh Festival Chorus choir vocals Aldeburgh Festival Chorus, Heather Harper, Alfreda Hodgson, Peter Pears, John Shirley‐Quirk, English Chamber Orchestra, Benjamin Britten 6:00