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    John Gay: The Beggar's Opera

    The Beggar's Opera
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    • (In der Bearbeitung von Benjamin Britten) Laufzeit: 94 Min.
    • Tonformat: mono
    • Bild: 4:3 (s/w & NTSC)
    • Untertitel: Deutsch, Englisch, Französisch, Spanisch
    • Künstler: Roger Jerome, Janet Baker, Heather Harper, David Kelly, Peter Pears, English Chamber Orchestra, Meredith Davies
    • Label: Decca, 1963
    • Erscheinungstermin: 26.1.2009
    • Inhalt
    • Details
    • Mitwirkende
    1. 1 Gay/Britten: The Beggar's Opera - Opening Credits
    The Beggar's Opera (realised by Benjamin Britten)
    1. 2 If poverty be a title to poetry (Prologue)
    2. 3 Overture (Prologue)
    3. 4 Through all the employments of life (Act 1)
    4. 5 'Tis woman seduces all mankind (Act 1)
    5. 6 A register of the gang (Act 1)
    6. 7 Women are bitter bad judges...If any wench Venus' girdle wear (Act 1)
    7. 8 Yonder comes my husband...Virgins are like the fair flower (Act 1)
    8. 9 Our Polly is a sad slut (Act 1)
    9. 10 The girl shows...O Polly, you might have toyed... (Act 1)
    10. 11 What is a jointure...The turtle dove thus with plaintive crying... (Act 1)
    11. 12 Now I am a wretch indeed...Pretty Polly say (Act 1)
    12. 13 My heart was so free (Act 1)
    13. 14 Sure, my dear...Were I laid on Greenland's coast... (Act 1)
    14. 15 The miser thus a shilling sees (Act 1)
    15. 16 But the present time is ours (Act 1)
    16. 17 Fill ev'ry glass (Act 1)
    17. 18 It's now high time...Let us take the road (Act 1)
    18. 19 If the heart of a man (Act 1)
    19. 20 Mrs Coaxer...Youth's the season made for joys (Act 1)
    20. 21 It's your own choice...Before the barn-door crowing (Act 1)
    21. 22 But to be sure, sir...The gamesters and lawyers (Act 1)
    22. 23 Constables, wait...At the tree I shall suffer with pleasure (Act 1)
    23. 24 Noble Captain, you are welcome (Act 2)
    24. 25 To see you tortured...Thus when a good housewife sees a rat (Act 2)
    25. 26 You know, Lucy...The first time at the looking glass.. (Act 2)
    26. 27 Is then his fate decreed, sir? (Act 2)
    27. 28 I will not!...How happy could I be with either... (Act 2)
    28. 29 Really, Miss Peachum, you expose yourself...Cease... (Act 2)
    29. 30 Why how now, Madam Flirt? (Act 2)
    30. 31 No pow'r on earth can e'er divide (Act 2)
    31. 32 To be sure, wench (Act 3)
    32. 33 Dear, sir, mention not my education...When young at the bar... (Act 3)
    33. 34 Thus gamesters united in friendship (Act 3)
    34. 35 Look ye, Mrs. Jenny (Act 3)
    35. 36 Slippery Sam...The modes of the court (Act 3)
    36. 37 Keep a watchful eye on Polly...What gudgeons are we men (Act 3)
    37. 38 In the days of my youth (Act 3)
    38. 39 Jealousy, rage, love and fear...I'm like a skiff (Act 3)
    39. 40 A curse attends a woman's love (Act 3)
    40. 41 Come, sweet lass, let's banish sorrow (Act 3)