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    Benjamin Britten: The Rape of Lucretia

    The Rape of Lucretia
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      • Künstler: Catherine Pierard, Patricia Rozario, Ameral Gunson, Jean Rigby, Alan Opie, City of London Sinfonia, Richard Hickox
      • Label: Chandos, DDD, 93
      • Bestellnummer: 7008161
      • Erscheinungstermin: 1.4.1994
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      Disk 1 von 2

      The Rape of Lucretia op. 37 (Der Raub der Lukretia, Oper in 2 Akten) (Gesamtaufnahme)
      1. 1 Male Chorus: "Rome is now ruled by the Etruscan upstart ..." (1. Akt, 1. Szene)
      2. 2 Male Chorus: "Here the thirsty ev'ening has drunk the wine of light ..."
      3. 3 Collatinus: "Who reaches heaven first is the best ohilosopher ..."
      4. 4 Junius: "Good night, Tarquinius!"
      5. 5 Male Chorus: "Tarquinius does not wait for his servant to wake" (Interlude)
      6. 6 Junius: "Lucretia!" (2. Szene)
      7. 7 Lucretia: "Listen! I heard a knock. Somebody is at the gate ..."
      8. 8 Female Chorus: "Time turns upon the hands of women ..."
      9. 9 Female Chorus: "None of the women move. It is too late for a messenger ..."

      Disk 2 von 2

      1. 1 Female Chorus: "The prosperity of the Etruscans was due to the richness ..." (2. Akt, 1. Szene)
      2. 2 Female Chorus: "She sleeps as a rose upon the night ..."
      3. 3 Tarquinius: "When Tarquinius desires, then Tarquinius will dare ..."
      4. 4 Tarquinius: "Within this frail crucible of light ..."
      5. 5 Tarquinius: "Lucretia!"
      6. 6 Female & Male Chorus: "Here in this scene you see Virtue assailed by sin ..." (Interlude)
      7. 7 Lucia: "O what a lovely day ..." (2. Szene)
      8. 8 Bianca: "Hush! Here she comes!"
      9. 9 Lucretia: "Flowers bring to ev'ry year the same perfection ..."
      10. 10 Collatinus: "Lucretia! Lucretia! O never again must we two dare to part ..."
      11. 11 Collatinus: "This dead hand lets fall all that my heart held when full ..."
      12. 12 Female Chorus: "Is it all? Is all this suffering and pain, is this in vain? ..."