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CHAN 10548
 
Multiple Set of 2 CDs
Britten: The Beggar's Opera
Release Date: October 2009
Originally recorded in 2009
Composer (1947-1976)
Benjamin Britten
Solo mezzo-soprano - Mrs Peachum
Susan Bickley
Solo bass-baritone - Mr Peachum
Jeremy White
Solo mezzo-soprano - Polly Peachum
Leah-Marian Jones
Solo tenor - Captain Macheath
Thomas Randle
Solo tenor - Filch
Robert Anthony Gardiner
Solo baritone - Lockit
Donald Maxwell
Solo soprano - Lucy Lockit
Sarah Fox
Solo mezzo-soprano - Mrs Diana Trapes
Frances McCafferty
Solo beggar
Sirena Tocco
Conductor
Christian Curnyn
Venue
Blackheath Halls, London
Producer (Executive)
Brian Couzens
Producer
Rachel Smith
Engineer
Ralph Couzens
Engineer (Assistant)
Jonathan Cooper
Genre:
Opera
Orchestral & Concertos

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BENJAMIN BRITTEN

(1947-1976)

The Beggar's Opera, Op. 43 (1947-48)

117:52
Ballad Opera in three acts
Realised from the original airs of John Gay's ballad opera (1728)
Words by John Gay (1685-1732)
with alterations and additions by Tyrone Guthrie (1900-1971)
Full score prepared for publication by David Matthews
Dedicated to James Lawrie
1.
Introduction
1:19
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Beggar: 'If Poverty be a title to Poetry'
2.
Overture -
4:24
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Total time: 47:00
3.
1 Peachum: 'Through all the employments of life' -
1:18
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Filch: 'Sir, black Moll hath sent word' -
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2 Filch: ''Tis Woman that seduces all Mankind' -
1:17
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Peachum: 'But it is now high time to look about me' -
1:12
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Mrs Peachum: 'Women indeed are b itter bad judges' -
0:52
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3 Mrs Peachum: '…ev'ry Man handsome who is going to the Camp' -
Mrs Peachum: 'If any wench Venus' Girdle wear' -
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Peachum: 'Was Captain Macheath here this morning?' -
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4 Mrs Peachum: 'If Love the Virgin's Heart invade' -
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5 Mrs Peachum: 'A Maid is like the Golden ore' -
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Mrs Peachum: 'Come hither, Filch' -
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6 Polly: 'I know as well as any of the fine ladies' -
2:22
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Polly: 'Virgins are like the fair flower in its lustre' -
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13.
7 Mrs Peachum: 'Our Polly is a sad slut!' -
1:19
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with Omnes, Peachum, Polly
14.
8 Polly: 'Can Love be controlled by Advice?' -
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9 Mrs Peachum: 'The girls shows such a readiness' -
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Mrs Peachum: 'O Polly, you might have toyed and kissed' -
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10 Polly: 'I, like a Ship in storms, was tossed' -
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11 Peachum and Mrs Peachum: 'A fox may steal your hens, Sir' -
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with Polly
18.
12 Polly: 'O ponder well! Be not severe' -
0:48
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13 Polly: 'The Turtle thus with plaintive crying, her Lover dying' -
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14 Melodrame. Polly: 'Now I'm a wretch indeed!' -
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with Omnes, Macheath
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15 Macheath: 'My heart was so free' -
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with Polly
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16 Macheath: 'Were I laid on Greenland's coast' -
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with Polly, Omnes
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17 Polly: 'O! what pain it is to part!' -
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with Macheath
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18 Macheath: 'The Miser thus a shilling sees' -
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Ben Budge: 'But pr'thee, Mat, what is become of thy brother Tom?' -
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with Mat of the Mint, Jemmy Twitcher, Nimming Ned, Harry Paddington, Wat Dreary
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19 Gentlemen of the Road: 'Fill ev'ry glassd, for wine inspires us' -
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Macheath: 'Gentlemen, well met' -
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20 Macheath: 'I shall wish myself with you' -
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Tenor Solo (Harry Paddington): 'Let us take the road' -
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21 Macheath: 'If the heart of a man is depressed with cares' -
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22 Macheath: 'Dear Mrs Coaxer, you are welcome' -
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Macheath: 'Youth's the season made for joys' -
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31.
Macheath: 'Now pray, ladies, take your places' -
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23 Jenny Diver: 'It is your own choice' -
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Jenny Diver: 'Before the vbarn-door crowing' -
with Ladies of the Town, Macheath, Dolly Trull, Suky Tawdry
33.
24 Jenny Diver: 'But to be sure, Sir' -
1:39
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Ladies of the Town: 'The Gamesters and the Lawyers are jugglers alike' -
with Betty Doxy, Macheath, Peachum
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Peachum: 'The gentlemen, ladies, lodgegs in Newgate' -
0:44
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25 Peachum: 'Constables, wait upon the Captain to his lodgings' -
Macheath: 'At the Tree I shall suffer with pleasure'
Total time: 22:53
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Lockit: 'Noble Captain, you are welcome' -
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26 Macheath: 'Man may escape from rope and gun' -
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with Lucy Lockit
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27 Lucy Lockit: 'Thus when a good Housewife sees a rat' -
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28 Lucy Lockit: 'It is the pleasdure of all you fine men' -
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Lucy Lockit: 'How cruel are the traytors' -
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29 Macheath: 'The first time at the looking glass' -
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with Lucy Lockit
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Lockt: 'In this last affair, brother Peachum, we are agreed' -
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with Peachum
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30 Lockit: 'Such language, brother, anywhere else' -
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Lockit: 'When you censure the age' -
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31 Lucy Lockit: 'Is then his fate decreed, Sir?' -
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Lucy Lockit: 'Though the Chaplain was out of the way to-day' -
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32 Polly: 'Thus when the Swallow seeking prey' -
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Macheath: 'If women's tongues can cease for an answer' -
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33 Lucy Lockit: 'I will not!' -
Macheath: 'How happy could I be with either' -
Polly: 'I'm bubbled, Oh how I am troubled!' -
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34 Polly: 'Cease your funning' -
2:48
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35 Lucy Lockit: 'Why how now, Madam Flirt!' -
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with Polly, Peachum, Lockit
48.
36 Lucy Lockit and Polly: 'Now power on earth can e'er divide'
2:00
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with Macheath, Lockit, Peachum, Omnes
Total time: 42:14
49.
Lockit: 'To be sure, wench, you must have been aiding and abetting' -
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Lucy Lockit: 'Dear Sir, mention not my education' -
3:19
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37 Lucy Lockit: 'When young at the bar you first taught me to score' -
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51.
38 Lucy Lockit: 'Ungrateful Macheath!' -
1:06
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Lucy Lockit: 'My love is all madness and folly' -
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39 Lockit: 'Thus Gamesters united in friendship are found' -
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40 Beggar: 'Our scene doth represent a Gaming House' -
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Macheath: 'The modes of the Court so common are grown' -
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54.
Lockit: 'The Coronation account, brother Peachum' -
2:14
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41 Lockit: 'Keep a watchful eye on Polly' -
Lockit: 'What Gudgeons are we men!' -
with Peachum, Servant, Mrs Trapes
55.
42 Mrs Trapes: 'In the days of my youth I could bill like a dove' -
2:21
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43a Mrs Trapes: 'In the days of my yough I could bill like a dove' -
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with Beggar
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43b Lucy Lockit: 'Jealousy, rage, love and fear' -
1:07
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Lucy Lockit: 'I'm like a Skiff on the Ocean tossed' -
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Lucy Lockit: 'I have the Rat's-bane ready' -
2:12
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with Filch, Polly
59.
44 Polly: 'A curse attends a woman's love' -
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with Lucy Lockit
60.
Polly: 'When I was forced from him' -
1:02
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45 Polly: 'But perhaps he hath a heart not capable of it' -
Polly: 'Among the men Coquets we find' -
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46 Lucy Lockit: 'Come, sweet lass' -
1:55
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with Polly
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47 Polly: 'Now every glimmering of happiness is lost' -
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with Lucy Lockit, Macheath, Peachum
63.
48 Macheath: 'Which way shall I turn me, how can I decide?' -
0:40
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with Polly
64.
Polly: 'Dear, dear Sir, sink the material evidence' -
1:53
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49 Polly: 'Polly upon her knees begs it of you' -
Polly: 'When my Hero in court appears' -
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50 Lucy Lockit: 'How then can you be a tyrant to me' -
2:00
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Lucy Lockit: 'When he holds up his hand arraigned for his life' -
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51 Lockit and Peachum: 'Ourselves, like the Great, to secure a retreat' -
0:44
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Lockit: 'We are ready, Sir…' -
1:54
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52 Lockit: '…to conduct you to the Old Bailey!'
Lucy Lockit, Polly, Macheath, Lockit, Peachum and Omnes: 'The Charge is prepared; the Lawyers are met' -
with Mrs Peachum
68.
53 Scena. Macheath: 'O cruel, cruel case!' -
5:10
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with Jailer
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54 Polly: 'Would I might b e hanged!' -
1:58
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with Lucy Lockit, Macheath
70.
Mat of the Mint: 'But surely you don't intend that Macheath shall really be executed?' -
1:18
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with Beggar, Ben Budge, Lucy Lockit, Polly, Lockit, Peachum
71.
55 Macheath: 'Thus I stand like a Turk, with his doxies around'
1:51
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with Mrs Peachum, Peachum, Ladies of the Town, Gentlemen of the Road, Lucy Lockit, Polly, Mrs Trapes, Lockit
Solo: Susan Bickley mezzo-soprano - Mrs Peachum
Solo: Jeremy White bass-baritone - Mr Peachum
Solo: Leah-Marian Jones mezzo-soprano - Polly Peachum
Solo: Thomas Randle tenor - Captain Macheath
Solo: Robert Anthony Gardiner tenor - Filch
Solo: Donald Maxwell baritone - Lockit
Solo: Sarah Fox soprano - Lucy Lockit
Solo: Frances McCafferty mezzo-soprano - Mrs Diana Trapes
Solo: Sirena Tocco beggar
Conductor: Christian Curnyn
1-4 February 2009

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BENJAMIN BRITTEN

(1947-1976)

The Beggar's Opera, Op. 43 (1947-48)

117:52
Ballad Opera in three acts
Realised from the original airs of John Gay's ballad opera (1728)
Words by John Gay (1685-1732)
with alterations and additions by Tyrone Guthrie (1900-1971)
Full score prepared for publication by David Matthews
Dedicated to James Lawrie
COMPACT DISC ONE
1.
Introduction
1:19
Beggar: 'If Poverty be a title to Poetry'
2.
Overture -
4:24
Total time: 47:00
3.
1 Peachum: 'Through all the employments of life' -
1:18
4.
Filch: 'Sir, black Moll hath sent word' -
0:42
with Peachum
5.
2 Filch: ''Tis Woman that seduces all Mankind' -
1:17
with Mrs Peachum
6.
Peachum: 'But it is now high time to look about me' -
1:12
with Mrs Peachum
7.
Mrs Peachum: 'Women indeed are b itter bad judges' -
0:52
3 Mrs Peachum: '…ev'ry Man handsome who is going to the Camp' -
Mrs Peachum: 'If any wench Venus' Girdle wear' -
8.
Peachum: 'Was Captain Macheath here this morning?' -
0:54
with Mrs Peachum
9.
4 Mrs Peachum: 'If Love the Virgin's Heart invade' -
1:52
with Peachum
10.
5 Mrs Peachum: 'A Maid is like the Golden ore' -
0:29
11.
Mrs Peachum: 'Come hither, Filch' -
0:59
with Filch
12.
6 Polly: 'I know as well as any of the fine ladies' -
2:22
Polly: 'Virgins are like the fair flower in its lustre' -
with Peachum
13.
7 Mrs Peachum: 'Our Polly is a sad slut!' -
1:19
with Omnes, Peachum, Polly
14.
8 Polly: 'Can Love be controlled by Advice?' -
1:17
with Mrs Peachum, Peachum
15.
9 Mrs Peachum: 'The girls shows such a readiness' -
2:17
Mrs Peachum: 'O Polly, you might have toyed and kissed' -
with Polly, Omnes, Peachum
16.
10 Polly: 'I, like a Ship in storms, was tossed' -
0:53
with Mrs Peachum, Peachum
17.
11 Peachum and Mrs Peachum: 'A fox may steal your hens, Sir' -
1:45
with Polly
18.
12 Polly: 'O ponder well! Be not severe' -
0:48
with Mrs Peachum
19.
13 Polly: 'The Turtle thus with plaintive crying, her Lover dying' -
1:51
with Mrs Peachum, Peachum
20.
14 Melodrame. Polly: 'Now I'm a wretch indeed!' -
3:02
with Omnes, Macheath
21.
15 Macheath: 'My heart was so free' -
0:48
with Polly
22.
16 Macheath: 'Were I laid on Greenland's coast' -
1:59
with Polly, Omnes
23.
17 Polly: 'O! what pain it is to part!' -
0:55
with Macheath
24.
18 Macheath: 'The Miser thus a shilling sees' -
2:25
with Polly
25.
Ben Budge: 'But pr'thee, Mat, what is become of thy brother Tom?' -
0:41
with Mat of the Mint, Jemmy Twitcher, Nimming Ned, Harry Paddington, Wat Dreary
26.
19 Gentlemen of the Road: 'Fill ev'ry glassd, for wine inspires us' -
0:49
27.
Macheath: 'Gentlemen, well met' -
0:37
with Mat of the Mint
28.
20 Macheath: 'I shall wish myself with you' -
1:49
Tenor Solo (Harry Paddington): 'Let us take the road' -
with Gentlemen of the Road
29.
21 Macheath: 'If the heart of a man is depressed with cares' -
2:05
30.
22 Macheath: 'Dear Mrs Coaxer, you are welcome' -
4:35
Macheath: 'Youth's the season made for joys' -
with Ladies of the Town
31.
Macheath: 'Now pray, ladies, take your places' -
0:54
with Jenny Diver, Mrs Coaxer
32.
23 Jenny Diver: 'It is your own choice' -
1:32
Jenny Diver: 'Before the vbarn-door crowing' -
with Ladies of the Town, Macheath, Dolly Trull, Suky Tawdry
33.
24 Jenny Diver: 'But to be sure, Sir' -
1:39
Ladies of the Town: 'The Gamesters and the Lawyers are jugglers alike' -
with Betty Doxy, Macheath, Peachum
34.
Peachum: 'The gentlemen, ladies, lodgegs in Newgate' -
0:44
25 Peachum: 'Constables, wait upon the Captain to his lodgings' -
Macheath: 'At the Tree I shall suffer with pleasure'
Total time: 52:43
COMPACT DISC TWO
Total time: 22:53
1.
Lockit: 'Noble Captain, you are welcome' -
0:53
with Macheath
2.
26 Macheath: 'Man may escape from rope and gun' -
3:28
with Lucy Lockit
3.
27 Lucy Lockit: 'Thus when a good Housewife sees a rat' -
0:44
with Macheath
4.
28 Lucy Lockit: 'It is the pleasdure of all you fine men' -
2:32
Lucy Lockit: 'How cruel are the traytors' -
with Macheath
5.
29 Macheath: 'The first time at the looking glass' -
1:13
with Lucy Lockit
6.
Lockt: 'In this last affair, brother Peachum, we are agreed' -
0:45
with Peachum
7.
30 Lockit: 'Such language, brother, anywhere else' -
1:07
Lockit: 'When you censure the age' -
with Lucy Lockit
8.
31 Lucy Lockit: 'Is then his fate decreed, Sir?' -
1:42
with Lockit
9.
Lucy Lockit: 'Though the Chaplain was out of the way to-day' -
1:09
with Macheath, Polly
10.
32 Polly: 'Thus when the Swallow seeking prey' -
1:54
with Macheath, Lucy Lockit
11.
Macheath: 'If women's tongues can cease for an answer' -
1:26
33 Lucy Lockit: 'I will not!' -
Macheath: 'How happy could I be with either' -
Polly: 'I'm bubbled, Oh how I am troubled!' -
12.
34 Polly: 'Cease your funning' -
2:48
with Omnes, Macheath, Lucy Lockit
13.
35 Lucy Lockit: 'Why how now, Madam Flirt!' -
1:05
with Polly, Peachum, Lockit
14.
36 Lucy Lockit and Polly: 'Now power on earth can e'er divide'
2:00
with Macheath, Lockit, Peachum, Omnes
Total time: 42:14
15.
Lockit: 'To be sure, wench, you must have been aiding and abetting' -
0:49
with Lucy Lockit
37
16.
Lucy Lockit: 'Dear Sir, mention not my education' -
3:19
37 Lucy Lockit: 'When young at the bar you first taught me to score' -
with Lockit
17.
38 Lucy Lockit: 'Ungrateful Macheath!' -
1:06
Lucy Lockit: 'My love is all madness and folly' -
with Lockit
18.
39 Lockit: 'Thus Gamesters united in friendship are found' -
1:43
19.
40 Beggar: 'Our scene doth represent a Gaming House' -
2:43
Macheath: 'The modes of the Court so common are grown' -
with Ben Budge, Mat of the Mint, Omnes
20.
Lockit: 'The Coronation account, brother Peachum' -
2:14
41 Lockit: 'Keep a watchful eye on Polly' -
Lockit: 'What Gudgeons are we men!' -
with Peachum, Servant, Mrs Trapes
21.
42 Mrs Trapes: 'In the days of my youth I could bill like a dove' -
2:21
with Lockit, Peachum
22.
43a Mrs Trapes: 'In the days of my yough I could bill like a dove' -
0:39
with Beggar
23.
43b Lucy Lockit: 'Jealousy, rage, love and fear' -
1:07
Lucy Lockit: 'I'm like a Skiff on the Ocean tossed' -
24.
Lucy Lockit: 'I have the Rat's-bane ready' -
2:12
with Filch, Polly
25.
44 Polly: 'A curse attends a woman's love' -
1:38
with Lucy Lockit
26.
Polly: 'When I was forced from him' -
1:02
45 Polly: 'But perhaps he hath a heart not capable of it' -
Polly: 'Among the men Coquets we find' -
with Lucy Lockit
27.
46 Lucy Lockit: 'Come, sweet lass' -
1:55
with Polly
28.
47 Polly: 'Now every glimmering of happiness is lost' -
1:45
with Lucy Lockit, Macheath, Peachum
29.
48 Macheath: 'Which way shall I turn me, how can I decide?' -
0:40
with Polly
30.
Polly: 'Dear, dear Sir, sink the material evidence' -
1:53
49 Polly: 'Polly upon her knees begs it of you' -
Polly: 'When my Hero in court appears' -
with Lucy Lockit
31.
50 Lucy Lockit: 'How then can you be a tyrant to me' -
2:00
Lucy Lockit: 'When he holds up his hand arraigned for his life' -
with Lockit
32.
51 Lockit and Peachum: 'Ourselves, like the Great, to secure a retreat' -
0:44
33.
Lockit: 'We are ready, Sir…' -
1:54
52 Lockit: '…to conduct you to the Old Bailey!'
Lucy Lockit, Polly, Macheath, Lockit, Peachum and Omnes: 'The Charge is prepared; the Lawyers are met' -
with Mrs Peachum
34.
53 Scena. Macheath: 'O cruel, cruel case!' -
5:10
with Jailer
35.
54 Polly: 'Would I might b e hanged!' -
1:58
with Lucy Lockit, Macheath
36.
Mat of the Mint: 'But surely you don't intend that Macheath shall really be executed?' -
1:18
with Beggar, Ben Budge, Lucy Lockit, Polly, Lockit, Peachum
37.
55 Macheath: 'Thus I stand like a Turk, with his doxies around'
1:51
with Mrs Peachum, Peachum, Ladies of the Town, Gentlemen of the Road, Lucy Lockit, Polly, Mrs Trapes, Lockit
Total time: 65:09
Solo: Susan Bickley mezzo-soprano - Mrs Peachum
Solo: Jeremy White bass-baritone - Mr Peachum
Solo: Leah-Marian Jones mezzo-soprano - Polly Peachum
Solo: Thomas Randle tenor - Captain Macheath
Solo: Robert Anthony Gardiner tenor - Filch
Solo: Donald Maxwell baritone - Lockit
Solo: Sarah Fox soprano - Lucy Lockit
Solo: Frances McCafferty mezzo-soprano - Mrs Diana Trapes
Solo: Sirena Tocco beggar
Conductor: Christian Curnyn
1-4 February 2009




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Chandos Records
Chandos House
1 Commerce Park
Commerce Way
Colchester
Essex
CO2 8HX
United Kingdom