Verdi: Falstaff [Sung in English]

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  • Release Date: 5/21/2002
  • Label: Chandos
  • UPC: 095115307922
  • Catalog Number: 3079

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1–55 Falstaff, opera - Arrigo Boito & Giuseppe Verdi (125:07)
    Composed byGiuseppe Verdi
    Conducted byPaul Daniel
    Performed byBarry Banks, Clive Bayley, English National Opera Chorus, Paul Daniel, Susan Gritton, Ashley Holland, Stuart Kale, Yvonne Kenny, English National Opera Orchestra, Andrew Shore, Andrew Shore, Alice Coote
    1. 1Falstaff
    2. 2Your bill, sir
    3. 3Are you acquainted with a merchant whose name is Ford?
    4. 4So now, convey these scorching letters
    5. 5Your honour? Vermin!
    6. 6Dear Alice!
    7. 7Heavenly Alice, let me love you...
    8. 8Monster!
    9. 9Again please
    10. 10Pst, pst, Nannetta
    11. 11Falstaff has dared to mock me!
    12. 12Back to the jousting...
    13. 13You'll gather from his boasting
    14. 14Enough of this chattering
    15. 15We're converted, we've reverted
    16. 16Sir, your servant!
    17. 17I've another commission to bring your worship
    18. 18Alice is mine!
    19. 19Sir John, outside there is a certain Master Brook
    20. 20Good sir, may God be with you!
    21. 21In Windsor there's a lady
    22. 22This cruel beauty has a reputation
    23. 23I'm dreaming! Or is this true?
    24. 24How do I look? I'm ready
    25. 25I think we should propose a bill
    26. 26I hurry down the river to the Garter
    27. 27It's really very simple
    28. 28Witty young women of Windsor...
    29. 29At last I've caught you
    30. 30When I was page to the noble Duke of York
    31. 31Mistress Alice, it's Mistress Meg
    32. 32He jumped the hedge, and he trampled the hydrangea
    33. 33Come here!
    34. 34I'll kill him! I'll slaughter him!
    35. 35When I catch you...
    36. 36It's not him!
    37. 37Hey! Landlord!
    38. 38Sir, your servant!
    39. 39Just as the chimes of midnight are resounding
    40. 40Don't you forget the lanterns
    41. 41[Introduction]
    42. 42From lover's lips a happy song
    43. 43Master Fenton, put on this friar's habit
    44. 44One, two, three, four, five, six, seven chimes
    45. 45I hear a nimble footstep
    46. 46Wood-nymphs, elfins, naiads, leprechauns and sirens
    47. 47Upon a fragrant breath of night
    48. 48Who goes there?
    49. 49Pinch him and burn him
    50. 50Buffoon!
    51. 51Nose incandescent! Nozzle rubescent!
    52. 52So the commonest rabble have collected
    53. 53Now the bride is approaching with her bridegroom
    54. 54Ha, ha!
    55. 55Life is a burst of laughter!
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Paul Daniel Primary Artist
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