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Walton: Troilus And Cressida

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CHAN 9370
 
Multiple Set of 2 CDs
Walton: Troilus And Cressida
Running Time: 132:45
Release Date: April 1995
Originally recorded in 1994
Solo baritone
Alan Opie
Solo tenor
Arthur Davies
Solo tenor
Brian Cookson
Solo bass
Bruce Budd
Solo bass
Clive Bayley
Solo bass
David Owen-Lewis
Solo baritone
James Thornton
Solo soprano
Judith Howarth
Solo tenor
Keith Mills
Solo tenor
Nigel Robson
Solo bass
Stephen Dowson
Solo mezzo-soprano
Yvonne Howard
Choral
Opera North Chorus
Orchestra
English Northern Philharmonia
Conductor
Richard Hickox
Venue
Leeds Town Hall
Producer
Brian Couzens
Engineer
Ralph Couzens
Engineer (Assistant)
Richard Smoker
Genre:
Opera


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SIR WILLIAM WALTON

Troilus and Cressida, (original version)

133:04
ACT ONE - The Citadel of troy, before the Temple of Pallas
1.
Calkas, Priests & Priestesses, Worshippers : Virgin of Troas
6:37
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2.
Troilus: Back to your hovels . . .
2:27
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3.
Troilus: Is Cressida a slave . . .
5:01
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4.
Cressida: Morning and evening I have felt your glance . . .
6:17
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5.
Pandarus: Forgive me . . .
3:47
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Troilus: I haunt her beauty like a naked soul . . .
2:00
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Cressida: My father! Evadne, follow him!
3:11
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8.
Cressida: Slowly it all comes back
3:46
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9.
Pandarus: Why niece! . . . in tears?
1:59
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10.
Cressida: Sweet sir, there's something . . .
2:27
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11.
Pandarus: Dear child, you need a little comfort
3:29
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ACT TWO - Scene One - Evening of the following day. A room at the upper floor of Pandarus' house.
12.
Pandarus: Does talking put you off?
6:14
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13.
Cressida: How can I sleep?
2:13
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14.
Cressida: At the haunted end of the day
2:58
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15.
Pandarus: Hush! Don't be so alarmed!
4:06
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16.
Troilus: If one last doubt, one lurking fear remains . . .
4:28
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17.
Cressida: New life, new love!
4:22
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18.
Cressida: Now hold me close . . .
1:31
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Scene Two
19.
The Storm
3:01
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ACT TWO - Scene Two continued - Next morning
20.
Cressida: From isle to isle . . .
3:07
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21.
Pandarus: Who would go drumming . . .
2:16
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22.
Diomede: My name is Diomede . . .
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23.
Troilus: This thing shall be revok'd . . .
5:45
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ACT THREE - The Greek encampment. Early evening. Ten weeks later.: 46:27
24.
Watchman: All's well!
7:26
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25.
Cressida: Troilus! No answering sign . . .
5:43
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Calkas: Cressid, daughter . . .
2:25
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Cressida: You gods, o deathless gods . . .
2:05
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28.
Diomede: Proud, wondrous Cressida
3:30
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29.
Cressida: Take it, take it
2:53
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30.
Troilus and Pandarus: Evadne!
2:32
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31.
Cressida: Troilus!
3:29
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32.
Troilus: What is this sudden alarm?
4:44
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33.
Sextet: Diomede, Troilus, Cressida, Pandarus, Calkas and Evadne
3:15
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34.
Calkas: She has brought shame upon her father!
3:33
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35.
Cressida: Diomede! . . . Father! . . .
4:51
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Solo: Alan Opie baritone
Solo: Arthur Davies tenor
Solo: Brian Cookson tenor
Solo: Bruce Budd bass
Solo: Clive Bayley bass
Solo: David Owen-Lewis bass
Solo: James Thornton baritone
Solo: Judith Howarth soprano
Solo: Keith Mills tenor
Solo: Nigel Robson tenor
Solo: Stephen Dowson bass
Solo: Yvonne Howard mezzo-soprano
Choral: Opera North Chorus
Orchestra: English Northern Philharmonia
Conductor: Richard Hickox
19-25 January 1995

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SIR WILLIAM WALTON

Troilus and Cressida, (original version)

133:04
COMPACT DISC ONE: 70:04
ACT ONE - The Citadel of troy, before the Temple of Pallas
1.
Calkas, Priests & Priestesses, Worshippers : Virgin of Troas
6:37
2.
Troilus: Back to your hovels . . .
2:27
3.
Troilus: Is Cressida a slave . . .
5:01
4.
Cressida: Morning and evening I have felt your glance . . .
6:17
5.
Pandarus: Forgive me . . .
3:47
6.
Troilus: I haunt her beauty like a naked soul . . .
2:00
7.
Cressida: My father! Evadne, follow him!
3:11
8.
Cressida: Slowly it all comes back
3:46
9.
Pandarus: Why niece! . . . in tears?
1:59
10.
Cressida: Sweet sir, there's something . . .
2:27
11.
Pandarus: Dear child, you need a little comfort
3:29
ACT TWO - Scene One - Evening of the following day. A room at the upper floor of Pandarus' house.
12.
Pandarus: Does talking put you off?
6:14
13.
Cressida: How can I sleep?
2:13
14.
Cressida: At the haunted end of the day
2:58
15.
Pandarus: Hush! Don't be so alarmed!
4:06
16.
Troilus: If one last doubt, one lurking fear remains . . .
4:28
17.
Cressida: New life, new love!
4:22
18.
Cressida: Now hold me close . . .
1:31
Scene Two
19.
The Storm
3:01
COMPACT DISC TWO: 63:00
ACT TWO - Scene Two continued - Next morning
1.
Cressida: From isle to isle . . .
3:07
2.
Pandarus: Who would go drumming . . .
2:16
3.
Diomede: My name is Diomede . . .
5:17
4.
Troilus: This thing shall be revok'd . . .
5:45
ACT THREE - The Greek encampment. Early evening. Ten weeks later.: 46:27
5.
Watchman: All's well!
7:26
6.
Cressida: Troilus! No answering sign . . .
5:43
7.
Calkas: Cressid, daughter . . .
2:25
8.
Cressida: You gods, o deathless gods . . .
2:05
9.
Diomede: Proud, wondrous Cressida
3:30
10.
Cressida: Take it, take it
2:53
11.
Troilus and Pandarus: Evadne!
2:32
12.
Cressida: Troilus!
3:29
13.
Troilus: What is this sudden alarm?
4:44
14.
Sextet: Diomede, Troilus, Cressida, Pandarus, Calkas and Evadne
3:15
15.
Calkas: She has brought shame upon her father!
3:33
16.
Cressida: Diomede! . . . Father! . . .
4:51
Solo: Alan Opie baritone
Solo: Arthur Davies tenor
Solo: Brian Cookson tenor
Solo: Bruce Budd bass
Solo: Clive Bayley bass
Solo: David Owen-Lewis bass
Solo: James Thornton baritone
Solo: Judith Howarth soprano
Solo: Keith Mills tenor
Solo: Nigel Robson tenor
Solo: Stephen Dowson bass
Solo: Yvonne Howard mezzo-soprano
Choral: Opera North Chorus
Orchestra: English Northern Philharmonia
Conductor: Richard Hickox
19-25 January 1995




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