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OPERATIC ANTHOLOGY
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Celebrated
Arias, Duets, Trios, Quartets,
Selected
Ritornodi Columella,
298. Stolto ben.
i.

HELEN ROGERS
HARPIST

and Quintets
Spicker
i.

and Edited by
V. Fioravanti
40
324.

Max
"

Valse.
f.

(1839) Sop.

La Semiramide.
" "
f.

(1748)
"

C.
Sop. Alto

W. von Gluck
25
25

323. Vieni que poi sereno.

Robert
300.

le

Diable,
"

(1831)
f. i.

G. Meyerbeer
Sop. Alto

299. Robert, toi

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que j'aime, " "


f.

60 60
75

Si j'tais Roi.

301. Va, va, va, dit-elle.

g.

i.

Sop.

325. J'ignore son " " 326.

(1852) nom. Ten. or Sop. " Bar. or Alto


i.

A.Adam
35

La Sonnambula.
327.

(1831)

V.

35 Bellini

Roberto d'Evereux.
302. All' afflitto.

i.

(1837)

G. Donizetti
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Sop. or Ten.

Le Roi de Lahore,
303. C'est le soir.

non credea. i. f. Sop. 30 non giunge. i. Sop. 328. 50 329. Andante and Allegro (the two preceding) 65
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Ah Ah

f. i. (1877) J. Massenet Duet. Sop. and M. -Sop. 60 Bar. 304. Promesse de mon avenir. 35 " " " " Ten. 30535

Tannhuser.

g.

(1845)

R.

Wagner
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60 60

Le Roi

l'a dit.

f.

(1873)

L. Delibes
Duet
Sop. and

306. Dj les hirondelles.

(Elizabeth's Jungfrau. Prayer.) Sop. 331. Allmcht'ge Jungfrau. M.-Sop. " " Alto 332. 333. Dich theure Halle. Sop.

330. Allmcht'ge

M.-Sop. 307. Jacquot courant. Duet. Sop. and Ten.

50 50

M.-Sop. " 335. O du mein holder Abendstern. " " " 336. " "
334-

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Bar.

50
50 50

Romo

et Juliette, f. (1867) Ch. Gounod 308. Ah Je veux vivre, f. i. Waltz Song. M.-Sop. 65 Duet. Sop. and 309. Angel che adoro. i. Ten. 65
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La

Traviata.

(1853)
Sop.

G. Verdi
35

338. Dite alla giovine.

Der Trompeter von Skkingen.


339.

g. (1884)

310. 311.

Non
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destarmi. i. Valse-Arietta. Sop. " " Alto


fais-tu,

65 65
i.

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312.
313.

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blanche tourterelle,

f.

340.

Ten. or Sop. M.-Sop.


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(1846)

M.-Sop.
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fais-tu,
f. i.

50 50 50 50

50

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343.
344.

g.

Alto

50
f.

Samson
315.
316.

317.
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320.

321.

Saint-Sans (1877) Sop. 50 " " " M.-Sop. 50 Mon cur s'ouvre ta voix. Sop. 60 " " " " " " M.-Sop. 60 " " " " " " Alto 60 Printemps qui commence. Sop. 50 " " " M.-Sop. 50
et Dalila.

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ich

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K. A. F. Eckert Menschen- und mit


50.

Amour!

viens aider.

Engelzungen. Sop. ich mit MenschenEngelzungen. M.-Sop.


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und

mit

50

Die Zauberflbte.
346.

W.
Bass

A. Mozart
35
25

345. In diesen heil'gen Hallen.

O Isis und Osiris. Zemire und Azor. g.


348.

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(1819)

L.
Ten.
Bar.

Spohr
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Sapho. f. (185:) 322. O ma lyre immortelle.

Ch.
Sop.

Gounod
75

347. Rose, wie bist du so reizend. " " " " " "
i. f. (1844) D'Arlina mi rammenti. 349. 350. Tu m'ami, ah si Bar.
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La Zingara.

M. W.
i. f.

Balfe
50
35

g.

Bar.

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Anthology of Sacred Song


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