Igor Stravinsky: The Rake's Progress

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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/26/2009
  • Label: Naxos
  • UPC: 730099027274
  • Catalog Number: 8660272-73
  • Sales rank: 170,298

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Disc 1
  1. 1–73 The Rake's Progress, opera in 3 acts - Igor Stravinsky & Wystan Hugh Auden (127:29)
    Composed byIgor Stravinsky
    Conducted byRobert Craft
    Performed byJohn Cheek, Robert Craft, Jon Garrison, Gregg Smith Singers, Jeffrey Johnson, Shirley Love, Melvin Lowery, Orchestra of St. Luke's, Jayne West, Wendy White, Arthur Woodley
    1. 1Prelude
    2. 2Act 1. Scene 1. Duet and Trio. The woods are green...
    3. 3Act 1. Scene 1. Recitative. Anne, my dear...
    4. 4Act 1. Scene 1. Recitative. Here I stand...
    5. 5Act 1. Scene 1. Aria. Since it is not by merit...
    6. 6Act 1. Scene 1. Recitative. Tom Rakewell?
    7. 7Act 1. Scene 1. Recitative. Fair lady...
    8. 8Act 1. Scene 1. Quartet. I wished but once...
    9. 9Act 1. Scene 1. Recitative. I'll call the coachman, sir
    10. 10Act 1. Scene 1. Duettino. Farewell, farewell...
    11. 11Act 1. Scene 1. Recitative. All is ready, sir
    12. 12Act 1. Scene 1. Arioso. Dear Father Trulove...
    13. 13Act 1. Scene 1. Terzettino. Laughter and light...
    14. 14Act 1. Scene 2. Chorus. With air commanding...
    15. 15Act 1. Scene 2. Recitative and Scene. Come, Tom...
    16. 16Act 1. Scene 2. Chorus. Soon dawn will glitter...
    17. 17Act 1. Scene 2. Recitative. Brothers of Mars...
    18. 18Act 1. Scene 2. Cavatina. Love, too frequently betrayed...
    19. 19Act 1. Scene 2. Chorus. How sad a song
    20. 20Act 1. Scene 2. Chorus. The sun is bright
    21. 21Act 1. Scene 3. Introduction
    22. 22Act 1. Scene 3. Recitative. No word from Tom
    23. 23Act 1. Scene 3. Aria. Quietly, night...
    24. 24Act 1. Scene 3. Recitative. My father!
    25. 25Act 1. Scene 3. Cabaletta. I go, I go to him
    26. 26Act 2. Scene 1. Introduction
    27. 27Act 2. Scene 1. Aria. Vary the song
    28. 28Act 2. Scene 1. Recitative. O Nature, green unnatural mother...
    29. 29Act 2. Scene 1. Aria. Always the quarry...
    30. 30Act 2. Scene 1. Recitative. Master, are you alone?
    31. 31Act 2. Scene 1. Aria. In youth the panting slave...
    32. 32Act 2. Scene 1. Duet-Finale. My tale shall be told...
    33. 33Act 2. Scene 2. Introduction
    34. 34Act 2. Scene 2. Recitative and Arioso. How strange!
    35. 35Act 2. Scene 2. Duet. Anne! Here!
    36. 36Act 2. Scene 2. Recitative. My love, am I to remain in here forever?
    37. 37Act 2. Scene 2. Trio. Could it then...
    38. 38Act 2. Scene 2. Finale. I have not run away...
    39. 39Act 2. Scene 3. Aria. As I was saying...
    40. 40Act 2. Scene 3. Baba's Song
    41. 41Act 2. Scene 3. Aria. Scorned! Abused! Neglected!
    42. 42Act 2. Scene 3. Recitative. My heart is cold...
    43. 43Act 2. Scene 3. Pantomime
    44. 44Act 2. Scene 3. Recitative - Arioso - Recitative. Awake?
    45. 45Act 2. Scene 3. Duet. Thanks to this excellent device...
    46. 46Act 2. Scene 3. Recitative. Forgive me, master...
    47. 47Act 3. Scene 1. Ruin, Disaster, Shame
    48. 48Act 3. Scene 1. Recitative. Ladies, both fair and gracious...
    49. 49Act 3. Scene 1. Aria. Who hears me, knows me...
    50. 50Act 3. Scene 1. Aria. Sold! Annoyed!
    51. 51Act 3. Scene 1. Recitative. Now, what was that?
    52. 52Act 3. Scene 1. Duet. You love him, seek to set him right...
    53. 53Act 3. Scene 1. Ballad Tune. If boys had wings and girls had stings...
    54. 54Act 3. Scene 1. Stretto-finale. I go to him...
    55. 55Act 3. Scene 1. Ballad Tune. Who cares a fig...
    56. 56Act 3. Scene 2. Prelude
    57. 57Act 3. Scene 2. Duet. How dark, how dark and dreadful is this place
    58. 58Act 3. Scene 2. Recitative. Very well then...
    59. 59Act 3. Scene 2. Duet. Well, then. My heart is wild with fear...
    60. 60Act 3. Scene 3. Introduction
    61. 61Act 3. Scene 3. Arioso. Prepare yourselves...
    62. 62Act 3. Scene 3. Dialogue. Madmen's words are all untrue...
    63. 63Act 3. Scene 3. Chorus-minuet. Leave all love and hope behind!
    64. 64Act 3. Scene 3. Recitative. There he is...
    65. 65Act 3. Scene 3. Arioso. I have waited
    66. 66Act 3. Scene 3. Duet. In a foolish dream...
    67. 67Act 3. Scene 3. Recitative. I am exceeding weary
    68. 68Act 3. Scene 3. Lullaby. Gently, little boat
    69. 69Act 3. Scene 3. Recitative. Anne, my dear...
    70. 70Act 3. Scene 3. Duettino. Every wearied body must...
    71. 71Act 3. Scene 3. Finale. Where art thou, Venus?
    72. 72Act 3. Scene 3. Mourning-chorus. Mourn for Adonis
    73. 73Act 3. Scene 3. Epilogue. Good people, just a moment...
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