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BRITTEN: Death in Venice (Sung in English)

BRITTEN: Death in Venice (Sung in English)

Composer(s)Britten, Benjamin
Period(s) 20th Century
Genre Classical Music
Category Opera
Catalogue CHAN10280-81
Label Chandos
Quality   320kbps
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BRITTEN: Death in Venice (Sung in English) 2:31:05   
  Death in Venice, Op.88          
      Act I Scene 1: My mind beats on (Aschenbach) 5:39       
      Act I Scene 1: Who's that? (Aschenbach) 4:38       
      Act I Scene 1: I have always kept a close watch over my development (Aschenbach) 1:45       
      Act I Scene 2: Hey there, hey there, you! (Youths) 6:52       
      Act I Scene 2: Overture 2:35       
      Act I Scene 3: Ah Serenissima! (Aschenbach) 5:09       
      Act I Scene 3: Mysterious gondola (Aschenbach) 1:30       
      Act I Scene 4: We are delighted to greet the Signore (Hotel Manager) 2:52       
      Act I Scene 4: So I am led to Venice once again (Aschenbach) 3:26       
      Act I Scene 4: The Lido is so charming, is it not? (Hotel Guests) 3:40       
      Act I Scene 4: How does such beauty come about? (Aschenbach) 1:35       
      Act I Scene 5: The wind is from the West (Aschenbach) 2:26       
      Act I Scene 5: Le bele fragole (Strawberry Seller) 2:21       
      Act I Scene 5: Ah, how peaceful to contemplate the sea (Aschenbach) 2:51       
      Act I Scene 5: Adziu, Adziu! (Chorus) 3:30       
      Act I Scene 5: As one who strives to create beauty (Aschenbach) 1:33       
      Act I Scene 6: Aou'! Stagando, aou'! (Gondolier) 4:48       
      Act I Scene 6: Naturally Signore, I understand (Hotel Manager) 3:38       
      Act I Scene 6: There you are, Signore, just in time (Hotel Porter) 1:07       
      Act I Scene 6: I am become like one of my early heroes (Aschenbach) 1:51       
      Act I Scene 6: A thousand apologies to the Signore (Hotel Manager) 3:43       
      Act I Scene 7: Beneath a dazzling sky the sea … (Chorus of Hotel Guests) 1:17       
      Act I Scene 7: No boy, but Phoebus of the golden hair (Chorus) 1:57       
      Act I Scene 7: See where Hyacinthus plays (Chorus) 2:46       
      Act I Scene 7: Phaedrus learned what beauty is (Chorus) 2:02       
  Death in Venice, Op.88          
      Act I Scene 7: First, the race! (Chorus) 0:51       
      Act I Scene 7: Try your skill (Chorus) 0:49       
      Act I Scene 7: Young discobolus (Chorus) 0:53       
      Act I Scene 7: Up and over (Chorus) 1:08       
      Act I Scene 7: Measure to fight (Chorus) 1:03       
      Act I Scene 7: The boy, Tadzio, shall inspire me (Aschenbach) 4:09       
      Act II: Orchestral Introduction 2:26       
      Act II: So, it has come to this (Aschenbach) 2:41       
      Act II Scene 8: Guardate, Signore (Hotel Barber) 2:32       
      Act II Scene 9: Do I detect a scent? (Aschenbach) 4:56       
      Act II Scene 9: And now I cannot let them out of sight (Aschenbach) 2:31       
      Act II Scene 9: Kyrie eleison (Chorus) 6:09       
      Act II Scene 9: Gustav von Aschenbach, what is this path you have taken? (Aschenbach) 1:00       
      Act II Scene 10: This way for the players, Signori! (Hotel Porter) 2:06       
      Act II Scene 10: La mia nonna always used to tell me (Leader of the Players) 2:14       
      Act II Scene 10: Fiorir rose in mezo al giasso (Leader of the Players) 4:28       
      Act II Scene 10: One moment, if you please (A Young English Clerk) - Scene 11 5:29       
      Act II Scene 12: So it is true, true, more fearful than I thought (Aschenbach) 1:44       
      Act II Scene 12: So - I didn't speak! (Aschenbach) 2:57       
      Act II Scene 13: Receive the stranger god (Voice of Dionysus) 3:42       
      Act II Scene 14: Do what you will with me! (Aschenbach) 2:05       
      Act II Scene 15: Yes! a very wise decision, if I may say so (Hotel Barber) 2:31       
      Act II Scene 16: Hurrah for the Piazza (Aschenbach) 4:35       
      Act II Scene 16: Does beauty lead to wisdom, Phaedrus? (Aschenbach) 3:21       
      Act II Scene 17: The wind still blows from the land (Hotel Manager) 4:08       
      Act II Scene 17: Ah, no! (Aschenbach) 5:06       
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