Novello's Opera Choruses

typical cover and partial list ca.1900
end of list ca.1900

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This British series, started in 1875.

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  • 1 Comrades fill your glasses En bons militaires Auber,.. Fra Diavolo
  • 2 Hail! festal Morning, Auber,.. Fra Diavolo. C'est grande Fête
  • 3 All hail the bright 1 Masaniello Auber
  • 4 All hail the bright 2 Auber
  • 5 O Holy PowerAuber,. La Muette de Portici. O Dieu puissant!
  • 6 Companions, come, Auber, La Muette de Portici. Amis, amis, le soleil
  • 7 Behold the Morn in splendour. Auber,. La Muette de Portici. Amis, la matinée est belle
  • 8 Come hither, all who wish to buy. Market Chorus, Auber,. La Muette de Portici. Au marché qui vient de s'ouvrir
  • 9 We come, we will avenge thee. [Courons à la vengeance.]Auber,. Muette de Portici.
  • 10 Oh what Delight. Prisoners' Chorus. Beethoven,. Leonore. Oh welche Lust
  • 11 Farewell, thou warm and sunny Beam. Beethoven, Leonore. Leb' wohl, du warmes Sonnenlicht
  • 12 When yonder Bugle calls us. Bellini,.I Puritani.-. Quando la tromba squilla
  • 13 Rejoice we! Bellini,. I Puritani. A festa!
  • 14 Noble Arthur, welcome, Bellini,. Puritani.- Ad Arturo onore
  • 15 Once I sought thee, Bellini,. I Puritani.-A te o cara
  • 16 Fatal Day, Bellini.I Puritani.-. Ahi! dolor
  • 17 Hasten, ye Druids, the Heights ascend, etc. Cavatina with Chorus Bellini,. Norma.-Dell'aura tua profetica. Ite sul colle, O Duidi
  • 18 Norma cometh, Bellini Norma.-Other numbers. Norma viene
  • 19 Not yet gone. Chorus and Scena. /Bellini,Norma.-Other numbers. Non parti?
  • 20 Vengeance, Vengeance, to Ruin we doom ye, Bellini,.Norma.-Dell'aura tua profetica. Guerra, Guerra!
  • 21 Hail! Amina, Bellini,. La Sonnambula.-Viva! Amina
  • 22 Fairest Flower of the Mountains. Bellini,.La Sonnambula.-. In Elvezia non v'ha rosa
  • 23 When dusky Twilight. Bellini,. La Sonnambula.-A fosco cielo
  • 24 Here a moment we'll shelter, Bellini,. La Sonnambula.-. Qui la selva
  • 25 What pleasure Donizetti,.. La Fille du Régiment.
  • 26 Hark how the drums Donizetti,.. La Fille du Régiment.
  • 27 Rataplan, Donizetti,.. La Fille du Régiment. - Rataplan
  • 28 Let us roam. Prelude and Introductory Chorus, Donizetti..Lucia di Lammermoor. - . Percorrete le spiaggie vicine
  • 29 Oh Pow'r benign. Prayer Auber La Muette de Portici. Saint bienheureux
  • 29 Hail to the happy bridal day Donizetti. Lucia di Lammermoo
  • 30 What from Vengeance yet restrains me?. Donizetti. Lucia di Lammermoor. - Chi mi frena
  • 31 With warlike minstrelsy, Donizetti.. Lucia di Lammermoor. - Per te te d'immenso giubilo
  • 32 Not a word, Donizett..Lucrezia Borgia.. Non far motto
  • 33 From his window Donizetti.. Lucrezia Borgia
  • 34 Would you know, Donizetti.. Lucrezia Borgia. - Il segreto per esser felice
  • 35 Let's enjoy, while the Season invites us, Mozart,.Don Giovanni.-Giovinette che fate all' amore
  • 36 Come deck with flowers Mozart,. Le Nozze di Figaro
  • 37 Noble lady Mozart,. Le Nozze di Figaro
  • 38 Each Voice now rejoices, Mozart,. Le Nozze di Figaro. Amanti costanti, seguaci d'onor
  • 39 Sir, we humbly thank your Honour, Rossini.. Barbiere di Siviglia. Mille grazie, mio signore
  • 40 See how the darkness Verdi Trovatore
  • 41 Now the Dice invite our Leisure, Verdi,.. Trovatore. Or co' dadi. English
  • 42 Miserere Scene. (Love, fly on rosy Pinions.) Verdi,. Trovatore. Miserere. English
  • 43 Hush, in Silence fulfil we our Errand, Verdi,.. Rigoletto. Zitti, zitti.
  • 44 Unto a lonely Abode directed, Verdi,.. Rigoletto. Scorrendo uniti remota
  • 45 The Call hath summoned us betimes.Wagner,. Lohengrin. In Früh'n versammelt uns der Ruf. English
  • 46 We follow where he leads, etc.Wagner Lohengrin. Zum Streite säumet nicht.
  • 47 May every Joy attend thee, Wagner, R. Lohengrin. Feierlicher Zug zum Münster. March. Act II., Scene 4
  • 48 Faithful and true we lead ye forth = Treulich geführt ziehet dahin. Wagner, Lohengrin. .
  • 49 Hail, bright Abode. Freudig begrüssen, Wagner.  ;Tannhäuser. Freudig begrüssen wir die edle Halle.
  • 50 Once more with Joy, Wagner,. Tannhäuser. Beglückt darf nun dich;
  • 51 Light as fairy Foot can fall. Lieve il piè colà volgiam. Weber, Oberon.
  • 52 Honour and Joy. Gloria! Omagio Weber, Oberon.
  • 53 Glory to the Caliph. Gloria al giusto, Weber, Oberon
  • 54 Who would stay in her coral cave? = Chi potria fra l'onde restar Weber Oberon. Wer blieb' im korallenen Schacht
  • 55,56 For thee hath Beauty. Per te pomposa.-Women's Voices, etc.-(Mixed voices). Weber, Oberon.
  • 57 Victoria, Victoria, Weber,.Freischütz. Viktoria! Viktoria!
  • 58 The Bridal Wreath for thee we bind, Weber Freischütz. Wir winden dir den Jungfernkranz
  • 59 The Joy of the Hunter, Weber,Freischütz. Was gleicht wohl auf Erden
  • 60 All hail, the noble Victor, Auber,La Muette de Portici. Honneur, honneur et gloire
  • 61 Brightly the rosy Morn, Rossini,.. Guillaume Tell. Quel jour serein le ciel présage.
  • 62 Come, with Flowers crown the Bowers, Rossini,.. Guillaume Tell. Hyménée, ta journée. English
  • 63 Hark, how the Horns gaily sounding, Rossini.. Guillaume Tell. Quelle sauvage harmonie.
  • 64 Hail to the mighty Ruler, etc. Rossini. Guillaume Tell. Gloire au Pouvoir suprême.
  • 65 Swift as the Bird in Summer Sky, Rossini,. Guillaume Tell. Tyrolienne; arranged. English
  • 66 Polonaise with Chorus, Glinka,. Zhizn' za Tsaria.
  • 67 O Isis Mozart Magic Flute
  • 68 Where Beauty and Mirth, Verdi Traviata. Libiamo ne lieti calici. English.
  • 69 We are brave matadors, Verdi,.. Traviata. Di Madride noi siam mattadori.
  • 70 Lo, where the Pride of the People advances, Verdi. 0. Traviata. Largo al quadrupede. English
  • 71 Bright and buxom Lasses, Flotow, Martha. - Mädchen brav und true
  • 72 The Fair begins with Sound of Bell, Flotow,.. Martha. - Mädchen brav und treu. Martha. - Der Markt beginnt!
  • 73 Day of Gladness, Verdi.. Ernani. Esultiamo!. English
  • 74 Rouse the long slumbering Lion, Verdi,.. Ernani. Si ridesti il Leon di Castiglia. English
  • 75.Borne by Memory, Verdi,. Nabucco. Va, pensiero sull' ali dorate. English
  • 75 We welcome, we hail thee, etc. Verdi,. Ernani. Oh! come felici. English
  • 76.[Du Prince, objet de nôtre amour.] All hail, the bright auspicious Day, Auber, La Muette de Portici. Du pauvre seul ami
  • 77 Forth to the Meadows, SchubertRosamunde.-Hier auf den Fluren
  • 78 Why so long wilt thou try our PatienceGluck,.. Iphigénie en Aulide. C'est trop faire de résistance
  • 79 See, what Grace, Gluck,Iphigénie en Aulide. Que d'attraits. English
  • 80 Paris never beheld Gluck,.. Iphigénie en Aulide. Non, jamais
  • 81 Be sad no more, Gluck.. Iphigénie en Aulide. Rassurez-vous. English
  • 82 Come, sing to the Praise, Gluck. Iphigénie en Aulide. Chantez, célébrez
  • 83 This Altar never heard, Gluck Iphigénie en Aulide. Jamais à tes autels
  • 84 Up to the Vault of Heaven, Gluck,.. Iphigénie en Aulide. Jusques aux voûtes éthérées
  • 85 The Gods their Anger turn away, Gluck,.. Les Dieux apaisent leur courroux
  • 86.Heav'n's Anger passes away, Gluck,. Les Dieux, longtemps en courroux
  • 87 A Welcome to the Gipsy, Verdi,.. Traviata. Noi siamo zingarelle.
  • 88 Finale to the Second Act, Verdi,.Traviata. Avrem lieta di maschere la notte
  • 89 How merry is Life, Schubert Rosamunde.-Wie lebt sich's so fröhlich
  • 90 Hark, to that joyous Strain. Donizetti Lucrezia Borgia. Bando, bando a sì triste immagini
  • 91 Why must every Joy be banished,etc. Flotow.. Martha. Darf mit nächtig düstren Träumen
  • 92 O Latona's Virgin DaughterGluck.Chaste fille de Latone
  • 92 O Diana, who us beholdest,eGluck.. [a.] O Diane, sois-nous propice
  • 93 Finale to Act I. Bellini.Sonnambula.
  • 94 Finale [Act ii], Rossini,Guillaume Tell. Des profondeurs du bois immense
  • 95 Over the dark blue Waters, Weber Oberon. Il tempesto soletto
  • 96 Finale [Act ii.] Verdi,..Trovatore.
  • 97 Hail to the Knight, Weber Oberon. Gloria al'intrepido
  • 98 Ah, may Heav'n above forgive thee,etc. Flotow Martha. - . Himmel Euch vergeben
  • 99 A Chaplet of Roses. Polacca. Bellini,.I Puritani.-Son vergin vezzosa
  • 100 To thee, mighty Neptune, MozartIdomeneo Selections
  • 101 Companions, let's drink and play Verdi.. Ernani. Evviva! beviam!.
  • 102 Finale, Act iii., Wagner,. Tannhäuser. Selections
  • 103 Oh, noble Carlos, Verdi,.. Ernani. Oh sommo Carlo.
  • 104 Siori, buy, Siori, buy Mackenzie,. Colomba
  • 105 All hail thou glorious hero Finale, Act iii., Wagner
  • 106 Sailors' chorus Flying Dutchman Wagner, Steuermann, lass' die Wacht!.
  • 107 The Gipsy Chorus .S.A.T.B. Balfe The Bohemian Girl. In the Gipsy's Life you read
  • 108 Soldier's Chorus from Faust TTBB (Gounod, Charles)
  • 109 The kermesse scene Gounod from Faust
  • 110 Light as air Gounod from Faust
  • 111 Soldier's Chorus SATB from Faust (Gounod, Charles)
  • 112 Far beyond all mortal Ken. Chorus of Spirits ..SchubertRosamunde.-In der Tiefe wohnt das Licht
  • 113 Children of hardy Nature. Chorus Rossini Guillaume Tell. Gloire, honneur au fils de Tell.
  • 114 Merciful Lord. Finale.Rossini Guillaume Tell. Dieu de bonté, Dieu tout-puissant
  • 115 Insolent Transgressor. Quartet and Chorus. Rossini Guillaume Tell. C'est là cet archer redoutable.
  • 116 Oh bounteous Heav'n. Recitative and Finale.RossiniGuillaume Tell. Je te be
  • 117 Thou dear ancestral Dwelling. Recit., Air and Chorus. Rossini, Guillaume Tell. Asile héréditaire.
  • 118 Thou only Helper. Recit., Prayer and finale. Rossini Guillaume Tell. Toi qui du faible es l'espérance.