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REPERTOIRE LIST
NICOLE E. DIPAOLO, COLLABORATIVE PIANIST
Main Site: http://ndipaolo.musicaneo.com
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SOLO VOCAL REPERTOIRE
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OPERA/OPERETTA - ENGLISH
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Adamo, Mark Things change, JoLittle Women
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Adams, John Batter my heartDr. Atomic
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Barber, Samuel Must the winter come so soon?Vanessa*
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Bernstein, Leonard Make Our Garden Grow Candide
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Bernstein, Leonard Simple SongMass
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Bishop, Henry Rowley Lo! Here the Gentle LarkThe Comedy of Errorsvoice-fl-pf edition
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Britten, Benjamin Embroidery ariaPeter Grimes
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Britten, BenjaminFlowers bring to every year The Rape of Lucretia
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Britten, BenjaminLook through the portBilly Budd
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Copland, AaronLaurie's SongThe Tender Land
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Floyd, CarlisleAin't it a pretty nightSusannah
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Floyd, CarlisleHear me, o LordSusannah
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Floyd, CarlisleThe trees on the mountain Susannah
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Gershwin, GeorgeI Got Plenty o' Nuttin Porgy and Bess
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Gershwin, GeorgeSummertimePorgy and Bess*
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Handel, George FridericSweet birdL'Allegro, il Penseroso ed il ModeratoSecular oratorio
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Handel, George FridericLeave me, loathsome light!Semele*
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Handel, George FridericWhere'er you walkSemele
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Heggie, JakeI see (Greenhorn's aria)Moby Dick*
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Heggie, JakeThis journey, this journey to ChristDead Man Walking
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Lampe, John FrederickAnd thou, oh WallPyramus and Thisbe
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Lampe, John FrederickApproach ye furies fellPyramus and Thisbe
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Lampe, John FrederickFly swift, good TimePyramus and Thisbe
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Lampe, John FrederickI go without delayPyramus and Thisbe
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Lampe, John FrederickLadies don't fright ye (Lion's Song)Pyramus and Thisbe
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Lampe, John FrederickThe Man in the Moon (Moon Song)Pyramus and Thisbe
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Lampe, John FrederickNot Cephalus to Procris (Whispering Duetto)Pyramus and Thisbe
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Lampe, John FrederickNow I am deadPyramus and Thisbe
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Lampe, John FrederickO wicked wallPyramus and Thisbe
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Lampe, John FrederickThese lilly LipsPyramus and Thisbe
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Lampe, John FrederickThus folding beholdingPyramus and Thisbe
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Lampe, John FrederickWhere is my LovePyramus and Thisbe
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Lampe, John FrederickThe wretched sighs and groans (Wall Song)Pyramus and Thisbe
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Menotti, Gian CarloHello, Hello! Oh Margaret, it's youThe Telephone
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Menotti, Gian CarloWhat a curse for a woman/Steal me, sweet thiefThe Old Maid and the Thief
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Moore, DouglasGold is a fine thing (Silver Aria)The Ballad of Baby Doe
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Moore, DouglasWarm as the Autumn LightThe Ballad of Baby Doe
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Nelson, RobertYou cannot live with himA Room with a View
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Purcell, HenryI Attempt from Love's sickness to flyThe Indian Queen
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Purcell, HenryNymphs and shepherds, come awayThe Libertine
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Purcell, HenrySweeter than rosesPausanias
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Purcell, HenryWhen I am laid in earthDido and Aeneas
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Stravinsky, IgorMy Father/I go to him^The Rake's ProgressAccessible Accompaniments ed.
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Sullivan, Arthur/W.S. GilbertThe sun whose rays are all ablazeThe Mikado
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Sullivan, Arthur/W.S. GilbertA magnet hung in a hardware shopPatience
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Sullivan, Arthur/W.S. GilbertPrithee, pretty maidenPatience
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Sullivan, Arthur/W.S. GilbertWhen I go out of doorPatience
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Sullivan, Arthur/W.S. GilbertOh, better far to live and diePirates of Penzance*
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Sullivan, Arthur/W.S. GilbertPoor Wand'ring OnePirates of Penzance*
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Sullivan, Arthur/W.S. GilbertAway, Remorse!/Henceforth all the crimesRuddigore
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Sullivan, Arthur/W.S. GilbertI know a youth who loves a little maidRuddigore
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Sullivan, Arthur/W.S. GilbertI once was as meek as a newborn lambRuddigore
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Sullivan, Arthur/W.S. GilbertIn sailing o'er life's oceanRuddigore
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Sullivan, Arthur/W.S. GilbertMy boy, you may take it from meRuddigore
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Sullivan, Arthur/W.S. GilbertMy eyes are fully openRuddigore
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Weill, KurtLet things be like they always wasStreet Scene
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Weill, KurtLonely HouseStreet Scene
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Weill, KurtWhat good would the moon be?Street Scene
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OPERA - FRENCH
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Bizet, GeorgesEn vain pour éviterCarmen
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Bizet, GeorgesJe dis que rien ne m'épouvante^CarmenAccessible Accompaniment avail.
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Bizet, GeorgesL'amour est un oiseau rebelle (Habañera)Carmen*
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Bizet, GeorgesLa fleur que tu m'avais jetée (Flower Song)Carmen
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Bizet, GeorgesPres des ramparts de Seville (Seguidilla)Carmen*
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Bizet, GeorgesVotre toast (Toreador Song)Carmenarr. for violin and piano*
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Bizet, GeorgesQuand la flamme de l'amourLa jolie fille de Perth
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Campra, AndréCharmant papillonLes fêtes vénitiennes
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Charpentier, GustaveDepuis le jourLouise*
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Delibes, LéoOù va la jeune Hindoue? (Bell Song)Lakmé
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Delibes, LéoSous le dôme épais (Flower Duet)Lakmé
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Donizetti, GaetanoChacun le sait, chacun le ditLa fille du régiment*
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Donizetti, GaetanoIl faut partirLa fille du régiment
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Donizetti, GaetanoPar le rang et par l'opulence/Salut a la FranceLa fille du régiment
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Godard, BenjaminOh! ne t’éveille pas encore (Berceuse)Jocelynarr. for violin (Moses)
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Gounod, CharlesAh, je ris (Jewel Song)Faust
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Gounod, CharlesAvant de quitter ces lieuxFaust
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Gounod, CharlesLe veau d'or es toujours deboutFaust*
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Gounod, CharlesSi le bonheur à sourire t'inviteFaust
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Gounod, CharlesVous qui faites l'endormieFaust
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Gounod, CharlesJe veux vivre (Juliette's Waltz)Roméo et Juliette*
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Gounod, CharlesMab, la reine des mensonges^Roméo et JulietteAccessible Accompaniments ed.
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Halévy, Jacques FromentalSi la rigueur et la vengeanceLa juive
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Lully, Jean BaptisteBois épaisAmadis
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Massenet, JulesEnfin, je suis iciCendrillon
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