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Benjamin Britten

Benjamin Britten Composer

A Midsummer Night's Dream, Op.64 (opera)

Performances: 5
Tracks: 125
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Musicology:
  • A Midsummer Night's Dream, Op.64 (opera)
    Year: 1960
    Genre: Opera
    Pr. Instrument: Voice
    • Act 1
      • 1.Introduction: Over Hill, Over Dale
      • 2.Oberon is Passing Fell and Wrath
      • 3.Well, Go Thy Way
      • 4.How Now, My Love? Why is Your Cheek So Pale?
      • 5.Be it On Lion, Bear, or Wolf, or Bull
      • 6.Welcome, Wanderer!
      • 7.Is All Our Company Here?
      • 8.Fair Love, You Faint With Wand'ring in the Wood
      • 9.Through the Forest Have I Gone
      • 10.Stay, Though Thou Kill Me, Sweet Demetrius
      • 11.Come, Now a Roundel, and a Fairy Song
      • 12.You Spotted Snakes with Double Tongue
      • 13.What Thou Seest when Thou Dost Wake
    • Act 2
      • 1.Introduction: The Wood
      • 2.Are We All Met?
      • 3.I See Their Knavery... What Angel Wakes Me
      • 4.Be Kind and Courteous to this Gentleman
      • 5.Hail, Mortal, Hail!
      • 6.I Have a Reas'nable Good Ear in Music
      • 7.How Now, Mad Spirit
      • 8.Flower of this Purple Dye
      • 9.Puppet? Why So?
      • 10.This is Thy Negligence
      • 11.Up and Down
      • 12.On the Ground, Sleep Sound
    • Act 3
      • 1.Introduction... My Gentle Robin, See'st Thou this Sweet Sight?
      • 2.Helena! Hermia! Demetrius! Lysander!
      • 3.When My Cue Comes, Call Me
      • 4.Have you Sent to Bottom's House?
      • 5.Now, Fair Hyppolyta
      • 6.If We Offend, it is With Our Good Will
      • 7.Gentles, Perchance You Wonder at This Show
      • 8.In This same Interlude it Doth Befall
      • 9.O Grim-look'd Night, O Night With Hue So Black
      • 10.O Wall, Full Often Hast Thou Heard My Moans
      • 11.You Ladies, You Whose Gentle Hearts Do Fear
      • 12.This Lanthorn Doth the Horn├ęd Moon Present
      • 13.Sweet Moon, I Thank Thee for Thy Sunny Beams
      • 14.Asleep, My Love?
      • 15.Come, Your Bergomask
      • 16.Now the Hungary Lion Roars

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