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Verdi: Macbeth / Latonia Moore, Simon Keenlyside, Brindley Sherratt, Gwyn Hughes Jones

> Macbeth (1865 version) (Sung in English) - Act III, A Dark Cave: Chorus of Introduction – Enchantment: Three times the tom-cat has yowled its cry of love (Witches)
> Macbeth (1865 version) (Sung in English) - Act III, A Dark Cave: Ballet: I. —
> Macbeth (1865 version) (Sung in English) - Act III, A Dark Cave: Ballet: II. —
> Macbeth (1865 version) (Sung in English) - Act III, A Dark Cave: Ballet: III. —
> Macbeth (1865 version) (Sung in English) - Act III, A Dark Cave: Gran scena of the Apparitions: I will call them, but I dread what they may tell me (Macbeth, Witches)
> Macbeth (1865 version) (Sung in English) - Act III, A Dark Cave: From the lowest and highest of regions (Witches, Macbeth, Apparitions)
> Macbeth (1865 version) (Sung in English) - Act III, A Dark Cave: The Sound of Bagpipes - Distant music! What magic is this? (Macbeth, Witches)
> Macbeth (1865 version) (Sung in English) - Act III, A Dark Cave: Come, all you sirens (Chorus of Witches)
> Macbeth (1865 version) (Sung in English) - Act III, A Dark Cave: Scene and Duet: Finale III: Where am I? They've vanished … (Macbeth, Herald, Lady Macbeth)
> Macbeth (1865 version) (Sung in English) - Act III, A Dark Cave: Now is the hour of revenge and murder (Macbeth, Lady Macbeth)
> Macbeth (1865 version) (Sung in English) - Act IV Scene 1, A Deserted Place on the Border Between Scotland and England: Land of torture! Land of terror! (Chorus of Scottish Refugees)
> Macbeth (1865 version) (Sung in English) - Act IV Scene 1, A Deserted Place on the Border Between Scotland and England: Scene and Aria: O, my children, my darling children! (Macduff)
> Macbeth (1865 version) (Sung in English) - Act IV Scene 1, A Deserted Place on the Border Between Scotland and England: Where was your loving father? (Macduff)
> Macbeth (1865 version) (Sung in English) - Act IV Scene 1, A Deserted Place on the Border Between Scotland and England: What is this? What is this forest? (Malcolm, Soldiers, Macduff)
> Macbeth (1865 version) (Sung in English) - Act IV Scene 2: A Hall in Macbeth's Castle: The Great Sleepwalking Scene: Introduction -
> Macbeth (1865 version) (Sung in English) - Act IV Scene 2: A Hall in Macbeth's Castle: Two nights we've watched and waited (Doctor, Lady-in-Waiting)
> Macbeth (1865 version) (Sung in English) - Act IV Scene 2: A Hall in Macbeth's Castle: There's a stain here, and here's another! (Lady Macbeth, Doctor, Lady-in-Waiting)
> Macbeth (1865 version) (Sung in English) - Act IV Scene 2: A Hall in Macbeth's Castle: Scene and Aria: Treachery! The English dare unite against me (Macbeth)
> Macbeth (1865 version) (Sung in English) - Act IV Scene 2: A Hall in Macbeth's Castle: No love, no care, no compassion (Macbeth)
> Macbeth (1865 version) (Sung in English) - Act IV Scene 2: A Hall in Macbeth's Castle: Scene and Battle: God in Heaven! (Women's Voices, Macbeth, Lady-in-Waiting, Macbeth's Soldiers)
> Macbeth (1865 version) (Sung in English) - Act IV Scene 3: A Vast Plain: Battle: Throw down your branches and take your weapons! (Macduff, Soldiers, Macbeth, Women)
> Macbeth (1865 version) (Sung in English) - Act IV Scene 3: A Vast Plain: Hymn of Victory - Finale IV: Victorious! (Chorus, Women, Malcolm, Macduff)
> Macbeth (1865 version) (Sung in English) - Act IV Scene 3: A Vast Plain: Macbeth, where is Macbeth …? (Chorus of Bards, Soldiers, Women, Macduff, Malcolm)
> Macbeth (1847 version) (Sung in English) - Act IV: God in Heaven! (Women's Voices, Macbeth, Lady-in-Waiting)
> Macbeth (1847 version) (Sung in English) - Act IV: Ah! Come quickly! (Macbeth Soldier's, Macbeth) - We're ready! (Macbeth Soldier's, Malcolm, Macduff, Macbeth)
> Macbeth (1847 version) (Sung in English) - Act IV: Final Scene: Victorious! … Where is the villain …? (Malcolm, Macduff) - I have sinne (Macbeth, Macduff, Malcolm, Chorus)
> Macbeth (1865 version) (Sung in English) - Act II Scene 2, A Park: Black is the night, as black as death (Banquo)
> Macbeth (1865 version) (Sung in English) - Act II Scene 3, A Magnificent Hall: Finale II: Long live the King! (Chorus, Macbeth, Lady Macbeth, Lady-in-Waiting, Macduff)
> Macbeth (1865 version) (Sung in English) - Act II Scene 3, A Magnificent Hall: Drinking Song: Come fill your glasses (Lady Macbeth, Lady-in-Waiting, Macduff, Chorus)
> Macbeth (1865 version) (Sung in English) - Act II Scene 3, A Magnificent Hall: You have blood upon your face (Macbeth, Assassin)
> Macbeth (1865 version) (Sung in English) - Act II Scene 3, A Magnificent Hall: You deserted us, my husband (Lady Macbeth, Macbeth, Lady-in-Waiting, Macduff, Chorus)
> Macbeth (1865 version) (Sung in English) - Act II Scene 3, A Magnificent Hall: Come fill your glasses (Lady Macbeth, Lady-in-Waiting, Macduff, Chorus)
> Macbeth (1865 version) (Sung in English) - Act II Scene 3, A Magnificent Hall: No! Leave me, you devil! (Macbeth, Lady-in-Waiting, Macduff, Chorus, Lady Macbeth)
> Macbeth (1865 version) (Sung in English) - Act II Scene 3, A Magnificent Hall: Blood must flow … The ghost demands it (Macbeth, Lady-in-Waiting, Chorus, Lady Macbeth, Macduff)

Album Summary

>Verdi, Giuseppe : Macbeth
Conductor Ensemble Composer

Notes & Reviews:

This recording of Verdi's Macbeth marks the completion of the Peter Moores Foundation's remarkable Opera in English series, established in 1995 with aim of making opera available to wider audiences by presenting the highest quality performances in the English language. Here a translation by Jeremy Sams is sung by an all-star cast including Simon Keenlyside as Macbeth and Latonia Moore as Lady Macbeth. Edward Gardner, Artistic Director of English National Opera, conducts the ENO Orchestra.



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>Verdi, Giuseppe : Macbeth
  • Conductor: Edward Gardner
  • Ensemble: English National Opera Orchestra
  • Notes: Blackheath Halls, London (08/16/2013-08/23/2013)
  • Running Time: 3 min. 12 sec.
  • Period Time: Romantic
  • Form: Opera/Operetta
  • Written: 1847