Minuet from the Bourgeois Gentilhomme
Claude Delangle & France Desneulin
Classical themes transcribed for the accordion, Vol.1 - March of the Kings
Complete Baritone Opera Arias
Elisabeth Geiger & Marie Van Rhijn
Phaéton: 'It's a secret we have to take away from you'
Marie Van Rhijn
Persée: 'Hymen! O sweet hymen! be auspicious to our vows!'
Persée: 'O quiet sleep, how charming you are!'
Persée: 'I have lost the beauty that made me so vain'
Le triomphe de l'amour: 'Let's follow love, let's wear its chain'
Prosperine: 'Lovers who are not jealous'
Bellérophon: 'Listen to the sound of thunder'
Psyché: 'Hurry, prepare these places'
Acis et Galatée: 'We'll still have to wait for you'
Acis et Galatée: 'Apollo on this day approves your zeal'
Armide: 'The more we know about love, the more we hate it'
Armide: 'The more I observe these places, the more I admire them'
Roland: 'Ah, what a torment'
Amadis: 'Thick wood, double your shadow'
Phaéton: 'You are the one I attest to'
Phaéton: 'I pity his misfortunes'
Atys: 'We can flatter ourselves with the sweetest hope'
Complete Tenor Opera Arias
Atys: 'Hope so dear and so sweet'
Thésée: 'Ah! Must I take revenge by losing what I love!'
Thésée: 'Come out, shadows, come out of the eternal night'
Thésée: 'Deathly disappointment, jealous transport'
Thésée: 'Come back to love, come back'
Acis et Galatée: 'At last I have dispelled the fear'
Acis et Galatée: 'Let unjust pride compel us'
Armide: 'The perfidious Renaud flees from me'
Armide: 'Renaud? Heavens! O mortal sorrow!'
Alceste: 'Won't the hero I'm waiting for come back?'
Armide: 'Come, come, implacable hatred'
Armide: 'Ah! if freedom must be my delight'
Armide: 'Finally, it is in my power'
Roland: 'O you whose name is full of glory'
Amadis: 'What do I see! O appalling spectacle!'
Amadis: 'Who can I turn to?'
Amadis: 'You who in this tomb is nothing but ashes'
Amadis: 'Love, what do you want from me?'
Phaéton: 'He flees from me, the fickle one, he takes away all hope'
Phaéton: 'In this peaceful retreat'
Cadmus et Hermione: 'Stop complaining'
Persée: 'O death, come and finish my deplorable fate'
Persée: 'Gods, who have destined such a cruel death for me'
Persée: 'Value and Prudence'
Persée: 'Unfortunate, that an awful monster'
Persée: 'Ah, I'll keep my heart'
Le triomphe de l'amour
Prosperine: 'Distant deserts, dark places'
Prosperine: 'My dear freedom, how attractive you were!'