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Great Arias and Ensembles from Your Favourite Operas, Volume 3

Great Arias and Ensembles from Your Favourite Operas, Vol. 3

The Classical Shop
release date: March 2005

Originally recorded in 2004

Record Label
Opera In English

Genre:

Vocal & Song


Opera in English

Total Time - 71:50
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Great Arias and Ensembles from Your Favourite Operas, Volume 3

 

GEORGES BIZET

(1838-1875)
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1 

Act II, Scene 2 from Carmen

5:14
  Escamillo: 'You're most kind, and in return I toast you' (Toreador's Aria)  
  Garry Magee and others/Geoffrey Mitchell Choir/Philharmonia Orchestra/David Parry  
  (from CHAN 3091[2])  
2 

Act I, Scene 10 from Carmen

4:38
  Caren: 'There's an old bar in the city' (Seguedilla)  
  Patricia Bardon/Julian Gavin Philharmonia Orchestra/David Parry  
  (from CHAN 3091[2])  
 

WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART

(1756-1791)
3 

Act I from The Abduction from the Seraglio

5:02
  Belmonte: 'Constanza! Constanza!' -  
  'Oh what trembing, oh what passion' (Aria)  
  Nicolai Gedda/The Bath Festival Orchestra/Yehudi Menuhin  
  (from CHAN 3081[2])  
 

GIUSEPPE VERDI

(1813-1901)
4 

Act I, Scene 1 from Falstaff

4:53
  Falstaff: 'Hey, page boy!' -  
  'Your honour? Vermin!' (Monologue)  
  Andrew ShoreEnglish National Opera Orchestra/Paul Daniel  
  (from CHAN 3079[2])  
5 

Act III, Scene from Falstaff

2:38
  Fenton: 'From lover's lips a happy song is flying' (Aria)  
  Barry Banks/Susan Gritton/English National Opera Orchestra/Paul Daniel  
  (from CHAN 3079[2])  
 

GAETANO DONIZETTI

(1797-1848)
6 

Part One, Scene 4 from Lucia of Lammermoor

4:55
  Luia: 'Imagine when the breezes sigh' (Duet)  
  Elizabeth Futral/Paul Charles Clarke/Philharmonia Orchestra/David Parry  
  (from CHAN 3083[2]2)  
7 

Part Two, Act I, Scene 4 from Lucia of Lammermoor

3:30
  Edgardo: 'What restrains me at such a moment?'/  
  Enrico: 'What restrains my righteous anger?' (Sextet)  
  Paul Charles Clarke/Alan Opie/Elizabeth Futral/Peter Rose/Christine Rice/Peter Wedd/Geoffrey Mitchell Choir/Philharmonia Orchestra/David Parry  
  (from CHAN 3083[2])  
 

GIACOMO PUCCINI

(1858-1924)
8 

Act II, Scene 2 from Turandot

6:06
  Turandot: 'Within this Palace a story lives forever' -  
  'Gentle Princess Lo-u-Ling, pure, serene and so gentle' (Aria)  
  Jane Eaglen/Dennis O'NeillGeoffrey Mitchell Choir/Philharmonia Orchestra/David Parry  
  (from CHAN 3086[2])  
9 

Act I from Turandot

2:32
  Liù: 'I beg you, hear me, ah my lord, I beg you!' (Aria)  
  Mary Plazas/Philharmonia Orchestra/David Parry  
  (from CHAN 3086[2]2)  
 

GIOACHINO ROSSINI

(1792-1868)
10 

from Stabat Mater

6:25
  'Through her soul in endless grieving' (Cujus animam)  
  Barry Banks/London Philharmonic Orchestra/David Parry  
  (from CHAN 3112)  
 

WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART

11 

Act II, Scene 2 from Idomeneo, King of Crete

5:32
  Ilia: 'My father was taken' (Aria)  
  Rebecca Evans/Orchestra of Opera North/David Parry  
  (from CHAN 3103[2]2)  
 

LEOS JANACEK

(1854-1928)
12 

Act III from The Cunning Little Vixen

4:50
  Forester: 'When evening arrives, I welcome the rays of the setting sun!' (Final Scene)  
  /Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden/Simon Rattle  
  (from CHAN 3101[2]2)  
 

GIUSEPPE VERDI

13 

Act III from Aida

3:51
  Aida: 'We'd leave this white oppressive heat' (Duet)  
  Jane Eaglen/Dennis O'Neill/Philharmonia Orchestra/David Parry  
  (from CHAN 3074[2]2)  
14 

Act II, Scene 2 from Aida

7:28
  Populace: 'Glory to Isis, goddess fair' (Grand March from Triumphal Scene)  
  Geoffrey Mitchell Choir/Philharmonia Orchestra/David Parry  
  (from CHAN 3074[2])  
 

GEORGE FRIDERIC HANDEL

(1685-1759)
15 

from Messiah

4:16
  'Rejoice greatly, O daughter of Zion' (Aria)  
  Bruce Ford/London Philharmonic Orchestra/David Parry  
  (from CHAN 3100)  
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