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Great Operatic Arias, Vol. 8 - John Tomlinson 2

Great Operatic Arias, Vol. 8 - John Tomlinson 2

The Classical Shop
release date: March 2002

Originally recorded in 2001

Artists:

London Philharmonic Orchestra


Philharmonia Orchestra


David Parry


John Tomlinson

Bass

Venue:

Blackheath Halls, London



Producer:

Brian Couzens



Engineer:

Ralph Couzens


Christopher Brooke

(Assistant)

Michael Common

(Assistant)

Record Label
Opera In English

Genre:

Vocal & Song


Opera in English

Total Time - 76:39
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Great Operatic Arias, Vol. 8 - John Tomlinson 2

 

WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART

(1756-1791)
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1 

Osmin's Revenge from The Abduction from the Seraglio

3:30
  'When they lead you to the scaffold'  
  (O wie will ich triumphieren)  
2 

Sarastro's Prayer from The Magic Flute

4:13
  'O Isis and Osiris, listen'  
  with The Geoffrey Mitchell Choir  
 

LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN

(1770-1827)
3 

Pizarro's Revenge from Fidelio

3:25
  'Now, now for my victory!'  
  (Ha, welch' ein Augenblick!)  
  with The Geoffrey Mitchell Choir  
4 

Rocco's Aria

2:24
  'If you don't have any money'  
  (Hat man nicht auch Gold beineben)  
 

CARL MARIA VON WEBER

(1786-1826)
5 

Caspar's Song from Der Freischütz (The Free-shooter)

2:24
  'On this earth we could not bear'  
  (Hier im ird'schen Jammetal)  
6 

Caspar's Aria from Der Freischütz

3:47
  'Go! Go! The fatal die is cast!'  
  (Schweig, Schweig)  
 

RICHARD WAGNER

(1813-1883)
7 

Wotan's Monologue from The Rhinegold

6:07
  'The bridge leads you homeward -  
  'Evening rays flood the sky with splendour'  
  (Abendlich strahlt der Sonne Auge)  
  with Colin Lee tenor and Alice Coote mezzo-soprano  
8 

Dutchman's Monologue from The Flying Dutchman

13:12
  'The time comes round'  
  (Die Frist ist um)  
9 

Daland's Aria from The Flying Dutchman

5:36
  'Senta, my child, please make this stranger warmly welcome'  
  (Mögst du, mein Kind, den fremden Mann wilkommen heissen!)  
10 

Pogner's Monologue from The Mastersingers of Nuremberg

5:58
  'Now hear and attend me well.  
  The feast of John, Midsummer day'  
  (Das schöne Fest, Johannistag)  
11 

Hans Sachs's Flieder Monologue from The Mastersingers

6:32
  'My elder tree in flower'  
  (Was duftet doch der Flieder)  
12 

Hans Sachs's Wahn Monologue from The Mastersingers

7:57
  'Mad, mad, all the world's mad'  
  (Wahn! Wahn! Überall Wahn!)  
 

RICHARD STRAUSS

(1864-1949)
13 

Baron Och's Waltz from Der Rosenkavalier (The Knight of the Rose)

5:58
  'Look for my glasses there in my jacket'  
  (Such' Sie in meiner Taschen meine Brillen)  
  with Elizabeth Vaughan contralto  
 

ALBERT LORTZING

(1801-1851)
14 

Hans Stadlinger's Song from The Armourer (Der Waffenschmied)

5:36
  'I used to be young with a fine head of hair'  
  (Auch ich war ein Jüngling)  
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Two things impress above all – the singers marvellous way with the text, and his use of tone to define character…
Opera Now

John Tomlinson’s first disc of arias received glowing reviews:

‘With exemplary delivery of text and range of characterisation, the great British Wagnerian bass picks all the great favourites from Handel and Mussorgsky to Sullivan and Offenbach. A must for all Tomlinson fans and for anyone interested in the bass repertory.’
Classic FM Magazine

'Sterling work from conductor David Parry and the LPO, top quality sound and comprehensive booklet.'
BBC Music Magazine

‘A strong voice, varied repertoire and vivid characterisation make this an appealing disc.’ Gramophone ‘John Tomlinson is one of the finest singing actors on the opera scene today. He is unsurpassed in Wagner, but here he displays his versatility and his exemplary diction in a highly eclectic programme…’
BBC Music Magazine



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