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Sir Lennox Berkeley Composer

Ruth, opera in 3 scenes, Op.50

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  • Ruth, opera in 3 scenes, Op.50
    Year: 1956
    • Scene 1. A mountainous place near Bethlehem
    • Scene 1. Once more I see your green and golden hills, O Judah!
    • Scene 1. Turn back, my daughters
    • Scene 1. Almighty Father, let my cry come unto thee!
    • Scene 1. Ah, must I leave thee? Must we part?
    • Scene 1. Whither thou goest, I will go
    • Scene 1. See! Is this Naomi!
    • Scene 1. Ah, call me not Naomi, let Mara be my name
    • Scene 1. Where, ah , where is Naomi?
    • Scene 2. A harvest field belonging to Boaz - Gold grows the barley on hillside and valley
    • Scene 2. Greetings, men of Judah!
    • Scene 2. The scatter'd ear of corn #1.
    • Scene 2. Come, let us go forth together
    • Scene 2. Stay, men of Judah!
    • Scene 2. I had no wish to anger them
    • Scene 2. Ah, let not anger fill your eyes!
    • Scene 2. Whence cometh this to me, that thou should'st deign to notice me?
    • Scene 2. The scatter'd ear of corn #2.
    • Scene 3. A threshing-floor, at night - This is the place! Come, daughter
    • Scene 3. Fear not, beloved Ruth
    • Scene 3. Golden ripe the barley grows
    • Scene 3. Lord of the Harvest, what are thy commands?
    • Scene 3. Winter time is time to plough, aie, the wind does bite!
    • Scene 3. Across the field the long slow line of reapers goes a-reaping
    • Scene 3. Dance, come dance, dance within the ring
    • Scene 3. O clap your hands, all ye people!
    • Scene 3. Go now, my daughter
    • Scene 3. Master!
    • Scene 3. Thou comest in the stillness of the night
    • Scene 3. Lo, my beloved, my soul's delight, to thee I give my hand
    • Scene 3. Ho there, my people!
    • Scene 3. Behold this maid
    • Scene 3. Rejoice, O Israel, rejoice

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