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AUSTIN, F.: Beggar's Opera (The) (after J.C. Pepusch version) / Polly (after J.C. Pepusch version) [Operas] (Goossens)

Symposium Records
AUSTIN, F.: Beggar's Opera (The) (after J.C. Pepusch version) / Polly (after J.C. Pepusch version) [Operas] (Goossens)

Composer(s)Austin, FrederickBax, Clifford
Artist(s)
Period(s) 20th Century
Genre Classical Music
Category Opera
Catalogue SYMP1307
Label Symposium Records
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AUSTIN, F.: Beggar's Opera (The) (after J.C. Pepusch version) / Polly (after J.C. Pepusch version) [Operas] (Goossens) 1:14:09   
  The Beggar's Opera (after J.C. Pepusch version)          
      Act I: Virgins are like the fair flower (Polly) 1:42       
      Act I: Can love be controlled by advice? (Polly) 1:48       
      Act I: O Polly, you might have toy'd and kiss'd (Mrs. Peachum, Polly) 1:37       
      Act I: A fox may steal your hens (Mrs. Peachum) 0:37       
      Act I: O ponder well (Polly) 1:43       
      Act I: The turtle thus with plaintive crying (Polly) 1:36       
      Act I: My heart was so free (Macheath) 0:48       
      Act I: Were I laid on Greenland's coast (Polly, Macheath) 1:20       
      Act I: Oh! What pain it is to part (Polly, Macheath) 2:35       
      Act II: Fill every glass (Filch, Chorus) 1:00       
      Act II: Let us take the road (Filch, Chorus) 1:14       
      Act II: If the heart of a man (Macheath) 1:21       
      Act II: Music to a Dialogue 0:37       
      Act II: Why, how now Madame Flirt? (Molly Brazen, Mrs. Vixen) 0:45       
      Act II: Before the barn door crowing (Jenny Diver, Ladies Chorus) 0:58       
      Act II: Man may escape from rope and gun (Macheath) 2:10       
      Act II: Thus when a good housewife sees a rat (Lucy) 0:32       
      Act II: The first time at the looking glass (Macheath) 0:40       
      Act II: Thus gamesters united in friendship are found (Peachum, Lockit) 1:03       
      Act II: Thus when the swallow (Polly) 1:24       
      Act II: How happy I could be with either (Macheath) 0:57       
      Act II: I'm bubbled, I'm troubled (Polly, Lucy) 0:37       
      Act II: Cease your funning (Polly) 1:21       
      Act III: Here in a humour I was of late (Tenor, Chorus) 1:28       
      Act III: The modes of the Court so common are grown (Macheath, Filch, Chorus) 1:42       
      Act III: In the days of my youth (Diana Trapes, Peachum, Lockit) 1:03       
      Act III: Interlude 1:12       
      Act III: I'm like a skiff on the ocean tost (Lucy) 1:10       
      Act III: O cruel, cruel case (Macheath) 2:14       
      Act III: Would I might be hanged (Polly, Lucy, Macheath) 2:39       
  Polly (after J.C. Pepusch version)          
      Act I: She who hath felt a real pain (Polly) 1:07       
      Act I: The Crow or Daw (Polly) 2:13       
      Act I: I will have my humours (Mr. Ducat, Polly) 0:48       
      Act I: When a woman jealous grows (Mr. and Mrs. Ducat) 0:51       
      Act I: Utterly alone and forsaken (Polly) 1:18       
      Act I: Unless you take her (Mrs. Ducat, Mrs. Trapes) 0:51       
      Act I: A woman when battle presses (Mr. Ducat, Women of the Town) 1:18       
      Act II: A Pirate must either sink (Tenor, Chorus) 1:16       
      Act II: How greatly is a rascal (Morano) 1:43       
      Act II: Though woman be a pretty craft (Vanderbluff) 1:03       
      Act II: By women won (Morano) 1:17       
      Act II: How many men have found (Jenny) 1:26       
      Act II: Shall I not be bold (Jenny, Morano) 2:27       
      Act II: The world is always jarring (Polly, Jenny, Morano) 1:05       
      Act II: By bolder steps (Morano, Pirates) 1:22       
      Act II: Brave Boys, prepare! (The Pirates) 1:20       
      Act II: Virtue's treasure (Polly) 2:01       
      Act II: Laugh, boys, laugh (Morano, Pirates) 1:24       
      Act III: Sleep, O sleep (Polly) 2:05       
      Act III: Wait until you spy the charmer (Mrs. Trapes, Morano) 1:28       
      Act III: Tho' different passions (Morano) 1:13       
      Act III: As sits the sad turtle (Polly) 2:25       
      Act III: When horns with cheerful (Ducat, 2 Footmen) 1:01       
      Act III: Love that hath sorrowed (Polly, Morano, Chorus) 1:14       
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