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Performer: Benjamin Britten, Kathleen Ferrier
Genre: Classical
Title: The Rape Of Lucretia: Amsterdam 1946
Released: 2000
Style: Opera, Modern
Label: Gala
Catalog Number: GL 100.560
MP3 version ZIP size: 2561 mb
FLAC version ZIP size: 1483 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 808


1Act Two, Scene 1: You Were Right4:36
2Act One, Scene 2: The Oatmeal Slippers Of Sleep7:20
3Act Two, Scene 1: Last Night Tarquinius Ravished Me3:44
4Act Two, Scene 1: O This Cursed Mist!4:21
5Act Two, Scene 1: Lucretia! ... What Do You Want?6:18
6Act Two, Scene 1: Lucretia! Lucretia!2:59
7Act Two, Scene 1: This Dead Hand Lets Fall4:26
8Act One, Scene 1: Maria Was Unmasked At A Masked Ball4:14
9Act One, Scene 1: My Horse! My Horse! ... Tarquinius Does Not Wait3:19
10Act Two, Scene 2: God O'Mercy2:09
11Act One, Scene 2: Listen! I Heard A Knock2:50
12The Rape Of Lucretia, Op. 37, An Opera In Two Acts
Baritone Vocals [Junius] – Edmund DonleavyBaritone Vocals [Tarquinius] – Otakar KrausBass Vocals [Collatinus] – Owen BranniganConductor – Reginald GoodallContralto Vocals [Lucretia] – Kathleen FerrierLibretto By – Ronald DuncanMezzo-soprano Vocals [Bianca] – Anna PollakOrchestra – English Opera Group OrchestraSoprano Vocals [Female Chorus] – Joan CrossSoprano Vocals [Lucia] – Margaret RitchieTenor Vocals [Male Chorus] – Peter PearsText By [After The Play By] – André Obey
13Act Two, Scene 1: Epilogue: Is It All?5:30
14Billy Budd (Highlights), An Opera In Two Acts
Baritone Vocals [Billy Budd] – Theodor UppmanBaritone Vocals [Mr. Flint] – Geraint EvansBaritone Vocals [Mr. Redburn] – Rhydderch DaviesBass Vocals [John Claggart] – Frederick DalbergBass Vocals [Mr. Ratcliffe] – Michael LangdonChorus – Chorus Of The Royal Opera House, Covent GardenConductor – Benjamin BrittenLibretto By – E. M. Forster, Eric Crozier Orchestra – Orchestra Of The Royal Opera House, Covent GardenTenor Vocals [Captain Vere] – Peter PearsText By [Adapted From The Story By] – Herman MelvilleVoice Actor [Cabin Boy] – Peter Flynn
15Act One, Scene 1: It Is An Axiom Among Kings3:01
16Act Two, Scene 2: Claggart, John Claggart, Beware!3:31
17Act One, Scene 1: There Goes A Happy Man!4:17
18Act One, Scene 1: Collatinus Is Politically Astute6:11
19Act Two, Scene 1: Interlude: Here In This Scene4:31
20Act Two, Scene 1: We'll Leave The Orchids For Lucretia4:12
21Act Two, Scene 1: Within This Frail Crucible Of Light4:25
22Act One, Scene 1: Who Reaches Heaven First2:36
23Act Two, Scene 2: Master-At-Arms And Foretopman2:16
24Act Two, Scene 1: She Sleeps As A Rose5:04
25Act Two, Scene 1: Oh! What A Lovely Day!3:50
26Act Two, Scene 1: There You Are Again, Master-At-Arms5:57
27Act One, Scene 1: Rome Is Now Ruled By The Etruscan Upstart2:36
28Act Two, Scene 2: William Budd, You Are Accused4:57
29Act One, Scene 2: Time Treads Upon The Hands Of Women3:20
30Act One, Scene 2: Their Spinning Wheel Unwinds5:06
31Act Two, Scene 2: Great God! For What Reason?1:24
32Act Two, Scene 2: Poor Fellow, Who Could Save Him?4:28
33Act One, Scene 1: Tarquinius Does Not Dare1:58
34Act Two, Scene 1: The Prosperity Of The Etruscans8:41
35Act Two, Scene 1: Flowers Bring To Every Year3:11
36Act One, Scene 1: Here The Thirsty Evening2:23


  • Composed ByBenjamin Britten


The Rape Of Lucretia: Amsterdam, Stadsschouwburg, 2 October 1946.
Billy Budd: London, 1 December 1951


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  • Licensed From – Intermusic S.A.
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The Rape of Lucretia Op. 37 is an opera in two acts by Benjamin Britten, written for Kathleen Ferrier, who performed the title role. Ronald Duncan based his English libretto on André Obey's play Le Viol de Lucrèce. The opera was first performed at Glyndebourne in England on 12 July 1946. It is the first work to which Britten applied his term chamber opera. The opera debuted in the United States on Broadway at the Ziegfeld Theatre in a production staged by Agnes de Mille which opened on 29 December. Britten: The Rape of Lucretia Phaedra - Dame Janet Baker, Sir Peter Pears, Heather Harper, John Shirley-Quirk, English Chamber Orchestra, Benjamin Britten, Steuart Bedford. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Lista de faixas Ocultar Créditos. The Rape of Lucretia, chamber opera, Op. Act One - Scene 1: Rome is now ruled by the Etruscan upstart. Benjamin Britten. Kathleen Ferrier. Rape of Lucretia Amsterdam 1946. Audio CD. 4 offers from . Orchestra: English Opera Group Orchestra. Here The Thirsty Evening - Kathleen Ferrier. Who Reaches Heaven First - Kathleen Ferrier. To The Lovely Lucretia - Kathleen Ferrier. Collatinus Is Politically Astute - Kathleen Ferrier. There Goes A Happy Man - Kathleen Ferrier. Kathleen Ferrier of course sings this gloriously, but the sound quality was less than I hoped for. Read more. See the review. Write a customer review. The Rape of Lucretia, an opera in two acts. Music by Benjamin Britten, libretto by Ronald Duncan, after the play Le vol de Lucrèce by André Rape of Lucretia. Just better. Kathleen Ferrier 19121953 started singing professionally late she was thirty when she did her first performance as a soloist in Händels Messiah. She only performed in two operas, Brittens The Rape of Lucretia 1946 and Glucks Orfeo ed Eudridice 1947. Her rising star as a highly characteristic alto was cut short when she died at only 41 from breast cancer. Luckily, she managed to do many recordings in her too brief career, among the most treasured are Mahlers Das Lied von der Erde and Kindertotenlieder. View wiki. Kathleen Ferrier 19121953 started singing professional. The Rape of Lucretia. 1946 opera by Benjamin Britten. For other uses, see Lucretia. For Shakespeare's poem, see The Rape of Lucrece. Chamber opera by Benjamin Britten. The composer in 1968. Perfformiadau 1. Clip Diweddaraf. Britten: The Rape of Lucretia - Opera Guide. Gweithiau eraill 21. Mwy o weithiau gan y cyfansoddwr yma