Donzetti: Don Pasquale [Sung in English]

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  • Release Date: 11/17/1998
  • Label: Chandos
  • UPC: 095115301128
  • Catalog Number: 3011
  • Sales rank: 360,799

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1–48 Don Pasquale, opera - Gaetano Donizetti & Barry Banks (126:37)
    Composed byGaetano Donizetti
    Conducted byDavid Parry
    Performed byBarry Banks, Clive Bayley, Lynne Dawson, Geoffrey Mitchell Choir, Jason Howard, London Philharmonic Orchestra, David Parry, Andrew Shore
    1. 1Overture
    2. 2Act 1: No. 1: Introduction: Nine already
    3. 3Act 1: No. 1: Introduction: May I join you
    4. 4Act 1: No. 1: Introduction: Down from among the angelic host
    5. 5Act 1: No. 1: Introduction: She is my sister!
    6. 6Act 1: No. 1: Introduction: Ah! Quite unexpectedly passions inflame me
    7. 7Act 1: No. 2: Recitative and Duet: I'm a new man
    8. 8Act 1: No. 2: Recitative and Duet: Getting married?
    9. 9Act 1: No. 2: Recitative and Duet: Never again shall I find you
    10. 10Act 1: No. 2: Recitative and Duet: There's one thing I must say briefly
    11. 11Act 1: No. 2: Recitative and Duet: ...is his own sister
    12. 12Act 1: No. 2: Recitative and Duet: Ah! The fates have conspired to thwart me
    13. 13Act 1: No. 3: Cavatina: With just one glance she pierced him
    14. 14Act 1: No. 3: Cavatina: I too have seen how magical
    15. 15Act 1: No. 4: Recitative and Duet. Finale I: Still no sign of the doctor!
    16. 16Act 1: No. 4: Recitative and Duet. Finale I: I'll find a way, on one condition
    17. 17Act 1: No. 4: Recitative and Duet. Finale I: Am I to be haughty?
    18. 18Act 1: No. 4: Recitative and Duet. Finale I: Onwards, upwards
    19. 19Act 2: No. 5: Prelude and Aria: Poor, lost Ernesto!
    20. 20Act 2: No. 5: Prelude and Aria: I shall go, no more returning
    21. 21Act 2: No. 5: Prelude and Aria: And if you ever encounter
    22. 22Act 2: No. 6: Scene and Trio: After you have shown in Doctor Malatesta
    23. 23Act 2: No. 6: Scene and Trio: Don't be frightened, just believe me
    24. 24Act 2: No. 7: Scene and Quartet. Finale 2: There's no need to be frightened
    25. 25Act 2: No. 7: Scene and Quartet. Finale 2: Heaven preserve me!
    26. 26Act 2: No. 7: Scene and Quartet. Finale 2: Agreement between the...etcetera
    27. 27Act 2: No. 7: Scene and Quartet. Finale 2: You idiots, let me through here
    28. 28Act 2: No. 7: Scene and Quartet. Finale 2: So let the marriage contract be finalized at once
    29. 29Act 2: No. 7: Scene and Quartet. Finale 2: A man of such decrepitude
    30. 30Act 2: No. 7: Scene and Quartet. Finale 2: I've used persuasion first
    31. 31Act 2: No. 7: Scene and Quartet. Finale 2: I wish to see the servants
    32. 32Act 2: No. 7: Scene and Quartet. Finale 2: I've been cheated and disparaged
    33. 33Act 3: No. 8: Introductory Chorus: Bring the diamonds, quickly!
    34. 34Act 3: No. 9: Recitative and Duet: Let's see now: to the dress shop
    35. 35Act 3: No. 9: Recitative and Duet: Well good evening! You're in a hurry
    36. 36Act 3: No. 9: Recitative and Duet: It is over, Don Pasquale
    37. 37Act 3: No. 9: Recitative and Duet: My husband, my sweetest
    38. 38Act 3: No. 10: Another bill for bonnets or for ribbons
    39. 39Act 3: No. 10: Everyone endlessly coming and going!
    40. 40Act 3: No. 11: Recitative and Duet: We're agreed then
    41. 41Act 3: No. 11: Recitative and Duet: Don Pasquale
    42. 42Act 3: No. 11: Recitative and Duet: No more words, not even whispers
    43. 43Act 3: No. 11: Recitative and Duet: What a disaster, my little schemer
    44. 44Act 3: No. 12: Serenade and Nocturne: The night is calm
    45. 45Act 3: No. 12: Serenade and Nocturne: Come, say the words I long for
    46. 46Act 3: No. 13: Scene and Rondo. Finale 3: Here they are! Ready to pounce?
    47. 47Act 3: No. 13: Scene and Rondo. Finale 3: Here I am
    48. 48Act 3: No. 13: Scene and Rondo. Finale 3: Let's forget everything
Disc 2
Disc 3
  1. 1 La bohème, opera: Act 4: Oh, Mimì, our love is over - Giacomo Puccini & William Dazeley (3:32)
    Composed byGiacomo Puccini
    Conducted byDavid Parry
    Performed byWilliam Dazeley, Cynthia Haymon, Marie McLaughlin, Alastair Miles, Dennis O'Neill, Alan Opie, David Parry, New Philharmonia Orchestra, Andrew Shore
  2. 2 Il barbiere di Siviglia (The Barber of Seville), opera: Act 1: Figaro's entrance - Gioachino Rossini & Gabriele Bellini (4:42)
    Composed byGioachino Rossini
    Conducted byGabriele Bellini
    Performed byGabriele Bellini, Bruce Ford, Della Jones, Alan Opie, English National Opera Orchestra, Peter de Rose, Andrew Shore
  3. 3 Il barbiere di Siviglia (The Barber of Seville), opera: Act 2: Quintett: You should tell him he should lea - Gioachino Rossini & Gabriele Bellini (5:10)
    Composed byGioachino Rossini
    Conducted byGabriele Bellini
    Performed byGabriele Bellini, Bruce Ford, Della Jones, Alan Opie, English National Opera Orchestra, Peter de Rose, Andrew Shore
  4. 4 Samson et Dalila, opera in 3 acts, Op. 47: Verse 2: Softly awakes my heart - Camille Saint-Saëns & Diana Montague (3:01)
    Composed byCamille Saint-Saëns
    Conducted byDavid Parry
    Performed byDiana Montague, David Parry, New Philharmonia Orchestra
  5. 5 Pagliacci, opera: How can you tell me you ever loved me - Ruggero Leoncavallo & Peter Bronder (4:21)
    Composed byRuggero Leoncavallo
    Conducted byDavid Parry
    Performed byPeter Bronder, William Dazeley, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Rosa Mannion, Dennis O'Neill, Alan Opie, David Parry
  6. 6 Pagliacci, opera: Go on stage - Ruggero Leoncavallo & Peter Bronder (3:47)
    Composed byRuggero Leoncavallo
    Conducted byDavid Parry
    Performed byPeter Bronder, William Dazeley, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Rosa Mannion, Dennis O'Neill, Alan Opie, David Parry
  7. 7 Tosca, opera: Life has taught me singing and loving - Giacomo Puccini & Jane Eaglen (3:25)
    Composed byGiacomo Puccini
    Conducted byDavid Parry
    Performed byJane Eaglen, Dennis O'Neill, David Parry, New Philharmonia Orchestra, Peter de Rose, Gregory Yurisich
  8. 8 Tosca, opera: Three agents, go in a carriage (end of Act 1) - Giacomo Puccini & Jane Eaglen (4:46)
    Composed byGiacomo Puccini
    Conducted byDavid Parry
    Performed byJane Eaglen, Dennis O'Neill, David Parry, New Philharmonia Orchestra, Peter de Rose, Gregory Yurisich
  9. 9 Tosca, opera: All the stars shone in heaven - Giacomo Puccini & Jane Eaglen (3:10)
    Composed byGiacomo Puccini
    Conducted byDavid Parry
    Performed byJane Eaglen, Dennis O'Neill, David Parry, New Philharmonia Orchestra, Peter de Rose, Gregory Yurisich
  10. 10 Don Pasquale, opera: Poor lost Ernesto - Gaetano Donizetti & Barry Banks (5:58)
    Composed byGaetano Donizetti
    Conducted byDavid Parry
    Performed byBarry Banks, Lynne Dawson, Jason Howard, London Philharmonic Orchestra, David Parry, Andrew Shore
  11. 11 Don Pasquale, opera: I've cheated and disparaged - Gaetano Donizetti & Barry Banks (2:32)
    Composed byGaetano Donizetti
    Conducted byDavid Parry
    Performed byBarry Banks, Lynne Dawson, Jason Howard, London Philharmonic Orchestra, David Parry, Andrew Shore
  12. 12 Martha, opera: None so rare, none so fair - Friedrich von Flotow & Bruce Ford (3:32)
    Composed byFriedrich von Flotow
    Conducted byDavid Parry
    Performed byBruce Ford, David Parry, New Philharmonia Orchestra
  13. 13 Cavalleria rusticana, opera (melodramma) in 1 act: Easter Hymne (extract) - Pietro Mascagni & Elizabeth Bainbridge (4:02)
    Composed byPietro Mascagni
    Conducted byDavid Parry
    Performed byElizabeth Bainbridge, Phillip Joll, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Nelly Miricioiu, Diana Montague, Dennis O'Neill, David Parry
  14. 14 Cavalleria rusticana, opera (melodramma) in 1 act: No, no Turiddu - Pietro Mascagni & Elizabeth Bainbridge (5:23)
    Composed byPietro Mascagni
    Conducted byDavid Parry
    Performed byElizabeth Bainbridge, Phillip Joll, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Nelly Miricioiu, Diana Montague, Dennis O'Neill, David Parry
  15. 15 Boris Godunov, opera: My soul is sad (Highlights) - Clive Bayley & Modest Mussorgsky (4:01)
    Composed byModest Mussorgsky
    Conducted byPaul Daniel
    Performed byClive Bayley, Paul Daniel, English Northern Philharmonia, Stuart Kale, John Tomlinson
  16. 16 Un ballo in maschera, opera: The sweetest glowing fire of love - Giuseppe Verdi & Dennis O'Neill (3:52)
    Composed byGiuseppe Verdi
    Conducted byDavid Parry
    Performed byDennis O'Neill, David Parry, New Philharmonia Orchestra
  17. 17 Faust, opera: Duty bids me leave this place - Charles Gounod & Paul Charles Clarke (3:59)
    Composed byCharles Gounod
    Conducted byDavid Parry
    Performed byPaul Charles Clarke, Alastair Miles, Diana Montague, David Parry, New Philharmonia Orchestra, Mary Plazas, Sarah Walker, Matthew Hargraves, Garry Magee
  18. 18 La bohème, opera: Lovely maid in the moonlight - Giacomo Puccini & William Dazeley (4:18)
    Composed byGiacomo Puccini
    Conducted byDavid Parry
    Performed byWilliam Dazeley, Cynthia Haymon, Marie McLaughlin, Alastair Miles, Dennis O'Neill, Alan Opie, David Parry, New Philharmonia Orchestra, Andrew Shore
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