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CHAN 3076 - Great Operatic Arias, Vol. 8 - John Tomlinson 2
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CD available From: 11 March 2002

Great Operatic Arias, Vol. 8 - John Tomlinson 2

 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)
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)
 John Tomlinson Bass
 London Philharmonic Orchestra
 Philharmonia Orchestra
 David Parry
 Recorded in:
 Blackheath Halls, London
      14-16 & 18 December 1998 (Der Rosenkavalier; 16-17 October 1999 (Daland's Aria and Flieder Monologue from The Flying Dutchman, and 'If you don't have any money' from Fidelio; 24-27 September 2001 (others)
 Brian Couzens
 Sound Engineer(s)
 Ralph Couzens
 Christopher Brooke (Assistant)
 Michael Common (Assistant)
 Format: Digital CD 16Bit 44.1Khz
Originally recorded in: 24Bit 96Khz

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