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Name: 
Gay
Gay, Johann
Gay, John
Gay (Juan)
Gay (Mister)
Gay (Mr)
Ge, Ioann
John Gay
John Gay (angielski poeta i dramaturg)
John Gay (Brits auteur)
John Gay (écrivain britannique)
John Gay (englischer Schriftsteller)
John Gay (poet and playwright)
John Gay (poeta e drammaturgo britannico)
Τζον Γκέι (Άγγλος ποιητής και δραματουργός)
Гей, Д
Гей, Джон
Гэй (Д; 1685-1732)
Джон Гей
Ջոն Գեյ
ג'ון גיי
גאי, ג'ון
גי, ג'ון
גיי, ג'ון
جون جي،
جي، جون،
ಜಾನ್ ಗೇ
존 게이
ゲイ, ジョン
ジョン・ゲイ
Dates: 
1685-1732
Creation class: 
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Language material
Manuscript language material
Manuscript notated music
Musical sound recording
Notated music
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text
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Creation role: 
author
composer
contributor
editor
librettist
lyricist
performer
Related names: 
Brecht, Bertolt (1898-1956)
Britten, Benjamin (1913-1976)
Handel, George Frideric (1685-1759)
Joly, Jaspar Robert (1819-1892)
Moore, Edward (1712-1757)
Pepusch, Johann Christoph (1667-1752)
Pepusch, John Christopher (1667-1752)
Pope, Alexander (1688-1744)
Scriblerus, Martin (see also from)
Scriblerus, Martin (other; see also from)
Spagnoletti, Paolo (pseud.)
Swift, Jonathan (1667-1745)
Weill, Kurt (1900-1950)
Westbury, Marjorie
הלר, ערגה
سلامه، عادل
海保, 真夫 (1938-2003)
Titles: 
Achilles. Adaptations
Achilles in petticoats an opera. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal, in Covent-Garden. Written by Mr. Gay, with alterations. The music entirely new by Dr. Arne.
Acis and Galatea, HWV 49: Act I
Acis and Galatea, HWV 49: Act II, no. 18. Air: "Would You Gain the Tender Creature"
Acis and Galatea, HWV 49: Act II, no. 20. Air: "Love Sounds th'Alarm"
Beggar's Opera: Act I. Air. "A fox may steal your hens, sir" (Peachum), The
Beggar's Opera: Act I. Air. "A maid is like the golden ore" (Mrs Peachum), The
Beggar's Opera: Act I. Air. "Can love be control'd by advice?" (Polly, Mrs Peachum, Peachum), The
Beggar's Opera: Act I. Air. "I like a ship in storms was tossed" (Polly, Peachum), The
Beggar's Opera: Act I. Air "If any wench Venus's girdle wear" (Mrs Peachum, Peachum), The
Beggar's Opera: Act I. Air. "If love the virgin's heart invade" (Mrs Peachum, Peachum), The
Beggar's Opera: Act I. Air. "My heart was so free" (Macheath, Polly), The
Beggar's Opera: Act I. Air. "O Polly, you might have toy'd and kissed" (Mrs Peachum, Polly), The
Beggar's Opera: Act I. Air. "O what pain it is to part!" (Polly, Macheath), The
Beggar's Opera: Act I. Air. "Oh, ponder well! be not severe" (Polly, Mrs Peachum), The
Beggar's Opera: Act I. Air. "Our Poly is a sad slut!" (Mrs Peachum, Peachum, Polly), The
Beggar's Opera: Act I. Air. "Pretty Polly, say" (Macheath, Polly), The
Beggar's Opera: Act I. Air. "The miser thus a shilling sees" (Macheath, Polly), The
Beggar's Opera: Act I. Air. "The turtle thus with plaintive crying" (Polly, Mrs Peachum, Peachum), The
Beggar's Opera: Act I. Air. "Through all the employments of life" (Peachum), The
Beggar's Opera: Act I. Air. "'Tis woman that seduces all mankind" (Filch, Peachum), The
Beggar's Opera: Act I. Air. "Virgins are like the fair flower in its lustre" (Polly, Peachum), The
Beggar's Opera: Act I. Air. "Were I laid on Greenland's coast" (Macheath, Polly), The
Beggar's Opera: Act I. Dialogue. "But 'tis now high time to look about me" (Peachum), The
Beggar's Opera: Act I. Dialogue. "Come hither, Filch" (Mrs Peachum, Filch), The
Beggar's Opera: Act I. Dialogue. "Dear wife, be a little pacified" (Peachum, Mrs Peachum), The
Beggar's Opera: Act I. Dialogue. "I know as well as any of the fine ladies" (Polly), The
Beggar's Opera: Act I. Dialogue. "Never was a man more out the way in an argument" (Mrs Peachum), The
Beggar's Opera: Act I. Dialogue. "Now I'm a wretch" (Polly), The
Beggar's Opera: Act I. Dialogue / Overture, The
Beggar's Opera: Act I. Dialogue "Sir, Black Moll hath sent word" (Filch, Peachum), The
Beggar's Opera: Act I. Dialogue. "The thing, husband, must and shall be done" (Mrs Peachum, Peachum), The
Beggar's Opera: Act I. Dialogue. "'Twas only Nimming Ned" (Polly, Peachum, Mrs Peachum), The
Beggar's Opera: Act I. Dialogue. "What of Bob Booty, husband?" (Mrs Peachum, Peachum), The
Beggar's Opera: Act I. The Beggar's Opera: Act I. Introduction "If poverty be a title to poetry" (Beggar, Player), The
Beggar's Opera: Act II. Air. "At the tree I shall suffer with pleasure" (Macheath, Peachum), The
Beggar's Opera: Act II. Air. "Before the barn door crowing" (Jenny, Macheath, Trull, Tawdry, Slammekin, Vixen), The
Beggar's Opera: Act II. Air. "Fill ev'ry glass, for wine inspires us" (Matt, company), The
Beggar's Opera: Act II. Air. "If the heart of a man is deprest with cares" (Macheath, Drawer), The
Beggar's Opera: Act II. Air. "Let us take the road" (Matt), The
Beggar's Opera: Act II. Air. "Man may escape from rope and gun" (Macheath), The
Beggar's Opera: Act II. Air. "The gamesters and lawyers are jugglers alike" (Jenny, Tawdry, Macheath), The
Beggar's Opera: Act II. Air. "Youth's the season made for joys" (Macheath, Jenny, Coaxer, Vixen, Brazen), The
Beggar's Opera: Act II. Dialogue. "But pr'ythee, Matt, what is become of thy brother Tom?" (Ben, Matt, Jemmy, Jack, Wat, Robin, Ned, Harry), The
Beggar's Opera: Act II. Dialogue. "Dear Mrs Coaxer, you are welcome" (Macheath), The
Beggar's Opera: Act II. Dialogue. "Gentlemen, well met" (Macheath, Matt), The
Beggar's Opera: Act II. Dialogue. "I seize you, sir, as my prisoner" (Peachum, Macheath), The
Beggar's Opera: Act II. Dialogue. "Look ye, Mrs Jenny" (Vixen, Coaxer, Slammekin, Trull, Jenny), The
Beggar's Opera: Act II. Dialogue. "Noble Captain, you are welcome" (Lockit, Macheath), The
Beggar's Opera: Act II. Dialogue. "What a fool is a fond wench!" (Macheath), The
Beggar's Opera: "Cease your funning", The
Beggar's Opera, end of Act II (1 of 3), The
Beggar's Opera, end of Act II (2 of 3), The
Beggar's Opera, end of Act II (3 of 3), The
Beggar's opera. Oh if those eyes deceive me not.
Beggar's Opera, Scenes 11-13, Part 1 (Accademia Monteverdiana Consort feat. conductor: Denis Stevens), The
Beggar's Opera, Scenes 11-13, Part 2 (Accademia Monteverdiana Consort feat. conductor: Denis Stevens), The
Beggar's Opera, Scenes 11-13, Part 3 (Accademia Monteverdiana Consort feat. conductor: Denis Stevens), The
Beggar's Opera, Scenes 11-13, Part 4 (Accademia Monteverdiana Consort feat. conductor: Denis Stevens), The
Beggar's Opera, Scenes 11-13, Part 5 (Accademia Monteverdiana Consort feat. conductor: Denis Stevens), The
Beggar's opera. Selections
Beggar's Opera (The Broadside Band, conductor: Jeremy Barlow) (disc 1), The
Beggar's Opera: "Virgins are like the fair flow'r", The
Bell's British theatre. : Consisting of the most esteemed English plays
Bettleroper
distress'd wife, The : A comedy
Dreigroschenoper
edition of John Gay's Achilles, with a critical introduction, by Nancy Eileen Copeland, An
Fables. 1st series
Fables. 2nd series
Fables by John Gay, illustrated with notes and the life of the author. By William Coxe, rector of Bemerton.
Fables, by the late Mr. Gay. In one volume complete.
Fables. Complete edition. Vol. 1
Fables. Complete edition. Vol. 2
Fables. In two parts
Fables. Invented for the amusement of His Highness William Duke of Cumberland. By Mr. Gay
fan A poem. In three books, The
fox at the point of death, The
John Gay's Singspiele Mit Einleitung und Anmerkungen
letters of John Gay;, The
Lied der Ratgeber des Kanzlers
Miscellanies : in prose and verse
Opéra du gueux
panegyrical epistle to Mr. Thomas Snow, goldsmith, near Temple-Barr, A : occasion'd by his buying and selling of the third subscriptions, taken in by the directors of the South-Sea Company, at a thousand per cent.
Plays. Selections
Poems of Gay
Poems on several occasions.
Poems. Selections
poetical works of John Gay. Including his Fables. In three volumes. With the life of the author. From the royal quarto edition of 1720, The
Poetry and prose.
poets of Great Britain., The
Polly
present state of wit, in a letter to a friend in the country. -, The
Rural sports : A poem. Inscribed to Mr. Pope. By Mr. Gay.
Selections.
shepherd's week, The : In six pastorals
Three hours after marriage
Threepenny opera
To a lady on her passion for old China
Trivia: or, the art of walking the streets of London. By Mr. Gay.
What d'ye call it a tragi-comi-pastoral farce
William and Susan
Wine a poem
Works
Žebrácká opera
חיי היונים
اوبرا الصعلوك
乞食オペラ
Contributed to or performed: 
Beggar's Opera: Act 2, "Fortune, be with you Lucy", The
Beggar's Opera: Act 2, "It is the pleasure of all you fine men..." / no. 28 "How cruel are the traitors", The
Beggar's Opera: Act 2, "Noble Captain, you are welcome once more" / no. 26 "Man may escape from rope and gun", The
Beggar's Opera: Act 2, "O Macheath! I will stay with thee till death..." / no. 32 "Thus when the swallow", The
Beggar's Opera: Act 2, "Really, Miss Peachum, you expose yourself" / no. 34 "Cease your funning", The
Beggar's Opera: Act 2, "Shall I not claim my own?" / no. 33 "How happy I could be with either", The
Beggar's Opera: Act 2, "Such language, brother!" / no. 30 "When you can censure the age", The
Beggar's Opera: Act 2, no. 27 "Thus when a good woman sees a rat", The
Beggar's Opera: Act 2, no. 29 "The first time at the looking-glass", The
Beggar's Opera: Act 2, no. 31 "Is then his fate decreed, sir?", The
Beggar's Opera: Act 2, no. 35 "Why how now, Madam Flirt!", The
Beggar's Opera: Act 2, no. 36 "No power on earth can e'er divide", The
Beggar's Opera: Act 3, "And Macheath, at liberty and at large..." / no. 40 "The modes of the Court", The
Beggar's Opera: Act 3, "And those two good old friends", The
Beggar's Opera: Act 3, "Bring us then more liquor!" / no. 41 "What Gudgeons are we men!", The
Beggar's Opera: Act 3, "But all scores have a reckoning", The
Beggar's Opera: Act 3, "But perhaps he hath a heart not capable of it" / no. 45 "Among the men coquets we find", The
Beggar's Opera: Act 3, "Dear sir, mention not my education..." / no. 37 "When young at the bar", The
Beggar's Opera: Act 3, "Dear, dear father, sink the evidence..." / no. 49 "When my hero in court appears", The
Beggar's Opera: Act 3, "Jealously, rage, love and fear..." / no. 43 "I'm like a skiff on the ocean tossed", The
Beggar's Opera: Act 3, "Oh sir, if Peachum's heart is hardened..." / no. 50 "When he holds up his hand", The
Beggar's Opera: Act 3, "We are ready, sir, to conduct you to the Old Bailey!" / no. 52 "The charge is prepared", The
Beggar's Opera: Act 3, "What do I see! Oh! Macheath again in custody!!" / no. 47 "Hither, dear husband, turn your eyes", The
Beggar's Opera: Act 3, no. 38 "Ungrateful Macheath!", The
Beggar's Opera: Act 3, no. 39 "Thus gamesters united in friendship", The
Beggar's Opera: Act 3, no. 42 "In the days of my youth", The
Beggar's Opera: Act 3, no. 44 "A curse attends a woman's love", The
Beggar's Opera: Act 3, no. 46 "Come, sweet lass", The
Beggar's Opera: Act 3, no. 48 "Which way shall I turn me", The
Beggar's Opera: Act 3, no. 51 "Ourselves, like the great", The
Beggar's Opera: Act 3, no. 53 "O cruel, cruel case!", The
Beggar's Opera: Act 3, no. 54 "Would I might be hanged!", The
Beggar's Opera: Act 3, no. 55 "Thus I stand like the Turk", The
British Music Collection: The Beggar’s Opera, The
Norton Recordings 10th Edition, Volume 1: Gregorian Chant to Beethoven, The
Recordings for a History of Western Music, Fourth Edition, Volume 1: Ancient to Baroque
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