John Gay: The Beggar's Opera

The Beggar's Opera
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  • (Fernsehspielfassung, Regie: Jonathan Miller)
  • Laufzeit: 135 Min.
  • Tonformat: stereo
  • Bild: 4:3
  • Untertitel: Deutsch, Englisch, Französisch, Spanisch
  • Künstler: Roger Daltrey, Bob Hoskins, Graham Crowden, Stratford Johns, Gary Tibbs, Gawn Grainger, English Baroque Soloists, John Eliot Gardiner
  • Label: Arthaus Musik, 1983
  • FSK ab 0 freigegeben
  • Bestellnummer: 2547292
  • Erscheinungstermin: 8.4.2016

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The Beggar's Opera (Oper in 3 Akten) (Gesamtaufnahme) (arr. von Jeremy Barlow und John Eliot Gardiner)
  1. 1 Overture (1. Akt)
  2. 2 Through all the employments of life
  3. 3 Sir, Black Moll hath sent word - Tis Woman that seduces all mankind
  4. 4 But 'tis now high time to look about me
  5. 5 What of Bob Booty, husband? - If any wench Venus' girdle wear - If love the Virgin's heart invade
  6. 6 Never was a man more out of the way - A maid is like the golden ore
  7. 7 Come hither, Filch
  8. 8 I know as well as any of the fine ladies - Virgins are like a fair flower on its luster
  9. 9 Our Polly is a sad slut - Can love be controlled by advice - O Polly, you might have toyed and kissed - I, like a...
  10. 10 Dear wife, be a little pacified - A fox may steal your hens
  11. 11 Twas only Nimming Ned - Oh, ponder well! Be not severe - The turtle thus with plaintive crying
  12. 12 The thing, husband, must and shall be done
  13. 13 Now I'm a wretch, indeed
  14. 14 Pretty Polly, say - My heart was so free - Were I laid on Greenland's coast - O what pain is it to part! - The miser...
  15. 15 Prithee, Matt, what is become of thy brother Tom? - Fill ev'ry glass, for wine inspires us (2. Akt)
  16. 16 Gentlemen, well met - Let us take the road
  17. 17 What a fool is a fond wench! - If the heart of a man is depressed with cares
  18. 18 Dear Mrs. Coaxer, you are welcome - Youth's the season made for joys - Before the barndoor crowing - The gamesters...
  19. 19 I seize you, Sir, as my prisoner - At the tree I shall suffer with pleasure
  20. 20 Look ye, Mrs. Jenny
  21. 21 Noble Captain, you are welcome
  22. 22 Man may escape from rope and gun
  23. 23 You base man, you - Thus when a good housewife sees a rat in her trap - How cruel are the traitors - The first time...
  24. 24 In this last affair, brother Peachum, we are agreed - When you censure the age
  25. 25 Whence come you, hussy - Is then his fate decreed, Sir? - You'll think, e'er many days ensue
  26. 26 Though the ordinary was out of the way today - If you at an Office solicit your due
  27. 27 Where is my dear husband? - Thus when the swallow, seeking prey - How happy could I be with either - I'm bubbled. I'm...
  28. 28 Ah, hussy, hussy - No power on earth can e'er divide
  29. 29 I am naturally compassionate - I like the fox shall grieve
  30. 30 To be sure, wench - When young at the bar you first taught me to score - My love is all madness and folly (3. Akt)
  31. 31 Peachum then intends to outwit me in this affair - Thus gamesters united in friendship are found
  32. 32 Why boy, thou lookest as if thou wer half starv'd
  33. 33 I am sorry, gentleman - The modes of the Court
  34. 34 The coronation account, brother Peachum, is of so intricate nature - What gudgeons are we men
  35. 35 Dear Mrs. Dye, your servant - In the days of my youth
  36. 36 Jealousy, rage, love and fear - I'm like a skiff on the ocean
  37. 37 Dear madam, your servant - When a wife's in her pout - A curse attends that woman's love - Among the man, coquets we...
  38. 38 Come, Miss Polly
  39. 39 Set your heart to rest, Captain - Hither dear husband, turn your eyes - Which way shall I turn me - When my hero in...
  40. 40 O cruel, cruel, cruel case - Of all the friends in time of grief - Since I must swing - But now again my spirits sink...
  41. 41 For my having broke prison
  42. 42 My dear Lucy - My dear Polly - Would I might be hanged
  43. 43 But, honest friend - I hope you don't intend
  44. 44 Thus I stand like the Turk