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Sergey Sergeyevich Prokofiev

Sergey Sergeyevich Prokofiev Composer

Betrothal in a Monastery ('The Duenna'; opera) Op.86

Performances: 4
Tracks: 96
  • Betrothal in a Monastery ('The Duenna'; opera) Op.86
    Year: 1940
    Genre: Opera
    Pr. Instruments: Voice & Chorus/Choir
    • Act 1
      • 1.Prelude
      • 2.But that is just fantasy!
      • 3.Plain. Round-shouldered
      • 4.She has shaken your hand
      • 5.The moon looks in at your window
      • 6.Stop that mewing
      • 7.Masker's Dance
      • 8.I had better get her married off
      • 9.Friends, depart
    • Act 2
      • 1.It will work, Nanny, won't it?
      • 2.Splendid, Señor, splendid
      • 3.Will you cherish me in my old age?
      • 4.Give it back!
      • 5.If you have a daughter, believe me
      • 6.It looks like the first act has been played without
      • 7.Buy some fish from Señor Mendoza's barges!
      • 8.Rosina... Rosina
      • 9.Ferdinand alone is dearer
      • 10.I had known what pranks
      • 11.My beard? My beard is not at all bad
      • 12.There is no greater happiness
      • 13.Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes!
      • 14.My pretty... My pretty
      • 15.When the cheerful fop
      • 16.Well?
    • Act 3
      • 1.Ah, time does not want
      • 2.Come in, come in
      • 3.Should we take a sly look through a chink?
      • 4.It's bad to peep
      • 5.How my soul is beaming!
      • 6.You are not playing in tune
      • 7.My respectful greetings to the Señor
      • 8.Please, let us continue
      • 9.Lopez!
      • 10.Here I am, a nun
      • 11.They have gone gladdened, happy and in love
      • 12.It must be here
    • Act 4
      • 1.The bottle is the sun of our lives
      • 2.To the pretty nun from the Convent
      • 3.Father Chatreuse, someone has knocked on the door
      • 4.Take care, Antonio!
      • 5.Straight down to business now, Don Ferdinand
      • 6.I can't understand it
      • 7.Aha, here's Mendoza at last
      • 8.What is this? Why are you here?
      • 9.Son! At last
      • 10.Don Jerome, Don Jerome!

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