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Gritton, Susan
GRITTON, SUSAN MARY
Grittonn, Susan
Susan Gritton
Susan Gritton (artiste lyrique)
Susan Gritton (Brits zangeres)
Susan Gritton (Singer)
Dates: 
1965-
Creation class: 
cre
Language material
Musical sound recording
Projected medium
Creation role: 
contributor
performer
singer
vocalist
Related names: 
Bowman, James (1941-)
Covey-Crump, Rogers (1944-)
Daniels, Charles (1960-...)
George, Michael (1950-)
Haendel, Georg Friedrich (1685-1759))
Händel, Georg Friedrich (1685-1759)
King, Robert (1960-...)
King's Consort
King's Consort London
McCreesh, Paul (1960-...)
Padmore, Mark (1961-)
Purcell, Henry (1659-1695)
Titles: 
A-Z of Mozart opera, The
Albert Herring
Allegro, il Penseroso ed il Moderato, L'
choice of Hercules, The
Choral music.
Christ's nativity and other Christmas music
complete anthems and services, The
complete mass edition, The
Coronation anthems
Deborah
deutsches Requiem
Dziesmas.
English arias
First choral symphony, Op. 41, H 155 (50 min 45 s)
Four songs, for voice and violin
Garīgā mūzika.
Gibbs & Dyson
Grainger edition
Gustav Holst
Hail, bright Cecilia
Her song
Israel in Egypt
Lieder
longed-for light Elgar's music in wartime, The
Magnificat
Masses
McCreeesh, Britten 1962
Mesas
Messiah
Msze
mystic trumpeter, Op. 18, H 71
Nelsonmesse Mass in D minor, H. XXII, 11 : Mass in F major, H. XXII, 1
Occasional oratorio
On this island English song highlights
Operas.
Oratorijas.
Ottone in villa
Paride ed Elena
Paulus St. Paul, op. 36 : an oratorio
Per la notte di Natale concertos [and] cantatas for Christmas.
Pianissimo
Pieśni.
Prodaná nevěsta.
Purcell realizations Orpheus Britannicus ; Harmonia Sacra
rape of Lucretia
Sacred music
Salomo
Saul HWV 53 ; oratorio in three acts
Schöpfungsmesse Creation Mass, Hob.XXII:13 : alternative Gloria for Marie Therese
secular solo songs of Henry Purcell
Sinfonien op. 36
Sir Thomas Allen, baritone.
Solomon
Songs by Schubert's friends and contemporaries
Stabat Mater
Symphonies
Symphony no. 3 Three pieces in old style
Symphony No. 9 in D minor Op. 125 'Choral'
Symphony of sorrowful songs
Theodora
War requiem, 1962
Werke
Works.
Contributed to or performed: 
'Longed-for Light' - Elgar's Music in Wartime, The
Adieu !
Allegro, il Penseroso ed il Moderato, L'
Allegro, il Penseroso ed il Moderato: Part One. Accompagnato "Come, pensive nun, devout", L'
Allegro, il Penseroso ed il Moderato: Part One. Accompagnato "Hence, vain delugind Joys", L'
Allegro, il Penseroso ed il Moderato: Part One. Air "Come rather, goddess, sage and holy", L'
Allegro, il Penseroso ed il Moderato: Part One. Air "Come, but keep thy wonted state", L'
Allegro, il Penseroso ed il Moderato: Part One. Air "Far from all resort of mirth", L'
Allegro, il Penseroso ed il Moderato: Part One. Air "Oft on a plat of rising ground", L'
Allegro, il Penseroso ed il Moderato: Part Three. Duet "As steals the morn upon the night", L'
Allegro, il Penseroso ed il Moderato: Part Two. Air "But O, sad virgin, that thy pow'r", L'
Allegro, il Penseroso ed il Moderato: Part Two. Air "May at last my weary age", L'
Allegro, il Penseroso ed il Moderato: Part Two. Air "Thus, Night, oft see me in thy pale career", L'
Allegro, il Penseroso ed il Moderato: Part Two. Chorus "There let the pealing organ blow", L'
Allegro, il Penseroso ed il Moderato: Part Two. Chorus "These pleasures, Melancholy, give", L'
Allegro, il Penseroso ed il Moderato: Part Two. Recitative "But let my due feet never fail", L'
Alma virgo
Am Strande
Beatus vir, RV 795: II. Gloria et divitiae
Beatus vir, RV 795: IV. Exortum est in tenebris
Beatus vir, RV 795: VI. Jucundus homo
Beatus vir, RV597: IV. Gloria et divitiae
Beatus vir, RV597: VII. Iucundus homo
Britten Abroad
Cantata pastorale per la nascità di Nostro Signore: Recitativo "Fortunati, fortunati pastori!" - Pastorale "Toccò la prima sorte a voi, pastori..."
Cantata pastorale per la nascità di Nostro Signore: Recitativo "O di Betlemme altera povertà..." - Aria "Dal ben seno d'une stella" -
Cantata pastorale per la nascità di Nostro Signore: Recitativo "Presa d'uomo la forma..." - Aria "L'autor d'ogni mio bene..." -
Celemene
Choice of Hercules, The
Choice of Hercules: "Come, blooming boy", The
Choice of Hercules: "Hearst thou, what dangers then thou must engage", The
Choice of Hercules: "See Hercules! how smiles yon myrtle plain", The
Choice of Hercules: "Short is my way, fair, easy, smooth and plain", The
Choice of Hercules: "There the brisk sparkling nectar drain", The
Choice of Hercules: "Turn thee, youth, to joy and love", The
Choice of Hercules: "Where shall I go?", The
Choice of Hercules: "While for thy arms that beauty glows", The
Christ's Nativity / A Shepherd's Carol / Hymn to the Virgin / A Boy Was Born
Christ's Nativity: IV. New Prince, New Pomp
Come Live With Me and Be My Love
complete secular solo songs, The
Deborah
Deborah: Act I, Scene I, No. VI. Soli & Chorus "For ever to the voice of pray’r"
Deborah: Act I, Scene II, No. I. Recitative "O Deborah! Where’er I turn" (Jael, Deborah)
Deborah: Act I, Scene II, No. III. Recitative "My transports are too great to tell" (Jael)
Deborah: Act I, Scene II, No. IV. Air "To joy he brightens my despair" (Jael)
Deborah: Act II, No. XIX. Recitative "O Judah, with what joy I see" (Israelite woman)
Deborah: Act II, No. XX. Air "No. more disconsolate I'll mourn" (Israelite woman)
Deborah: Act II, No. XXII. Air "O the pleasure my soul is possessing" (Jael)
Deborah: Act III, Scene I, No. II. Recitative "The haughty foe whose pride to heav'n did soar" (Israelite woman)
Deborah: Act III, Scene I, No. III. Air "Now sweetly smiling peace descends" (Israelite woman)
Deborah: Act III, Scene III, No. I. Recitative "O Deborah, my fears are o'er" (Jael)
Deborah: Act III, Scene III, No. III. Air "Our fears are now forever fled" (Israelite woman)
Deborah: Act III, Scene III, No. IV. Recitative "I saw the tyrant breathless in her tent" (Barak, Jael)
Deborah: Act III, Scene III, No. V. Air "Tyrant, now No. more we dread thee" (Jael)
deutsches Requiem, Ein
Dixit Dominus, RV594: III. Virgam virtutis tuae
Dixit Dominus, RV595: IV. Tecum principium
Dixit Dominus, RV595: VI. Dominus a dextris tuis
Domine ad adiuvandum, RV593: II. Gloria Patri, et Filio
Einsame, Die
English Song Series, Volume 6: Vedic Hymns / Four Songs for Voice and Violin / Humbert Wolfe Songs, The
Erster Verlust
Five Songs: I attempt from Love's sickness to fly
Four Songs with Orchestra: Karjapihassa, op. 31a no. 2
Four Songs with Orchestra: Kesäilta
Four Songs with Orchestra: Purjein kuutamolla, op. 31a no. 1
Four Songs with Orchestra: Tuijotin tulehen kauan, op. 2 no. 2
Four Songs, for voice and violin, op. 35: I sing of a maiden
Four Songs, for voice and violin, op. 35: Jesu sweet
Four Songs, for voice and violin, op. 35: My Leman is so true
Four Songs, for voice and violin, op. 35: My soul has nought but fire and ice
Frühlingsglaube
Gaude mater Ecclesia, RV613
Gentle Shepherds
Gesang der Geister, op. 88
Gibbs: Odysseus / Dyson: Four Songs for Sailors
Gloria / Motets
Gloria in excelsis Deo, RV588: III. Laudamus te
Gloria in excelsis Deo, RV588: X. Quoniam tu solus sanctus
Gloria: III. Domine Deus
Gloria: V. Domine Deus, agnus Dei
Gloria: VI. Qui sedes ad dexteram Patris
Greis, Hob. XXVc:5, Der
Hears Not My Phillis How the Birds
Heidenröslein, op. 53 no. 1
How Delightful's the Life
Hügel, Der
Impi ja Pajarin poika, op. 18
In Guilty Night (Saul and the Witch of Endor)
In turbato mare irato, RV627: I. In turbato mare irato
In turbato mare irato, RV627: II. Splende serena, o lux amata
In turbato mare irato, RV627: III. Respende, bella
In turbato mare irato, RV627: IV. Alleluia
Incassum Lesbia
Israel in Egypt
Israel in Egypt: Part I, no. 11: Quartet "They shall receive a glorious kingdom" (soprano I, alto I, tenor, bass I)
Israel in Egypt: Part I, no. 4: Quartet "When the ear heard him" (soprano I, alto I, tenor, bass I)
Israel in Egypt: Part I, no. 8: Quartet - Chorus "The righteous shall be had" (soprano I, alto I, tenor, bass I)
Israel in Egypt: Part III, no. 19: Duet "The Lord is my strength" (sopranos I & II)
Israel in Egypt: Part III, no. 29: Air "Thou didst blow with the wind" (soprano I)
Israel in Egypt: Part III, no. 39: Chorus "Sing ye to the Lord" (with soprano)
It Was a Lover and His Lass
Lauda Ierusalem, RV609
Laudate pueri, RV600: I. Laudate pueri
Laudate pueri, RV600: II. Sit nomen Domini
Laudate pueri, RV600: III. A solis ortu usque ad occasum
Laudate pueri, RV600: IV. Excelsus super omnes gentes
Laudate pueri, RV600: IX. Laudate pueri: Sicut erat in principio
Laudate pueri, RV600: V. Quis sicut Dominus
Laudate pueri, RV600: VI. Suscitans a terra inopem
Laudate pueri, RV600: VII. Ut collocet eum
Laudate pueri, RV600: VIII. Gloria Patri
Laudate pueri, RV600: X. Amen
Lerchenlied
Lo, Here the Gentle Lark
Lorelei
Lost Is My Quiet
Lutheran Masses, Volume 1
Magnificat, RV610a: VI. Esurientes
Margrete's Cradle Song, op. 4, no. 2
Mass in A major, BWV 234: I. Kyrie
Mass in A major, BWV 234: II. Gloria
Mass in A major, BWV 234: IV. Qui tollis peccata mundi
Mass in A major, BWV 234: VI. Cum Sancto Spiritu
Mass in D major / Mass in B-flat major / Alma virgo
Mass in D minor / Salve Regina
Mass in G minor, BWV 235: I. Kyrie
Mass in G minor, BWV 235: II. Gloria
Mass in G minor, BWV 235: VI. Cum Sancto Spiritu
Meeres Stille, op. 60 no. 3
Mein Stern
Merenkylpijäneidot, op. 12
Messiah
Messiah, HWV 56: Part I, Scene II. Song "But who may abide the Day of his Coming?"
Messiah, HWV 56: Part I, Scene V. Recitative "Then shall the Eyes of the Blind be open'd"
Messiah, HWV 56: Part I, Scene V. Song "He shall feed his Flock"
Messiah, HWV 56: Part II, Scene II. Recitative "He was cut off out of the Land"
Messiah, HWV 56: Part II, Scene II. Song "But Thou didst not leave his Soul in Hell"
Messiah, HWV 56: Part II, Scene V. Song "How beautiful are the feet"
Messiah, HWV 56: Part III, Scene I. Song "I know that my redeemer liveth"
Mignons Lied "Kennst du das Land?", op. 37 no. 1
Monolog der Iphegenia
Mystic Trumpeter, op. 18, H. 71: "Blow again, trumpeter!". Moderato – Poco allegro – Più allegro – Andante – Adagio – "O, how the immortal phantoms crowd around me!". Moderato ma agitato – Affrettando – Moderato – Allegro moderato – Presto – Prestissimo – Allegro agitato –, The
Mystic Trumpeter, op. 18, H. 71: "Blow again, trumpeter". Allegro – "O trumpeter!". Andante – Poco animato – Molto sostenuto – Andante maestoso –, The
Mystic Trumpeter, op. 18, H. 71: Allegro moderato – "Now, trumpeter, for thy close’. Andante – "O glad, exulting, culminating song!". Maestoso – Pochettino animato – Poco animato – Più mosso – Andante maestoso – Adagio – Andante, The
Mystic Trumpeter, op. 18, H. 71: Molto sostenuto – Allegro agitato – "Hark! some wild trumpeter’. Moderato – Lento – "Blow, trumpeter, free and clear". Poco allegro – Meno mosso – Adagio – Allegretto – Andante – Più lento – Molto adagio –, The
Nachtigall, Die
Nachtigall, op. 35 no. 4
Not All My Torments Can Your Pity Move
O qui coeli terraeque serenitas, RV631: I. O qui coeli terraeque serenitas
O qui coeli terraeque serenitas, RV631: II. Fac ut sordescat tellus
O qui coeli terraeque serenitas, RV631: III. Rosa quae moritur
O qui coeli terraeque serenitas, RV631: IV. Alleluia
O weh des Scheidens, das er tat
Occasional Oratorio, The
Odysseus: I. Escape from Calypso (Moderato e maestoso - Allegro feroce)
Odysseus: II. Circe (lento)
Odysseus: III. Cyclops. Scherzo (Allegro, molto ritmico - Andante)
Odysseus: IV. The Return (Allegro moderato)
Oh Never Say That I Was False of Heart
Orchestral Works, Volume 3: First Choral Symphony / The Mystic Trumpeter
Orpheus With His Lute
Paride ed Elena
Paride ed Elena, Wq. 39: Quegli occhi belli (Paride)
Paulus
Per la notte di Natale: Concertos & Cantatas for Christmas
Piano Trios nos. 1 & 2 / Seven Romances, op. 127
Pilgrim’s Progress: Act I, Scene 2. The House Beautiful, The
Pilgrim’s Progress: Act II, Scene 2. The Pilgrim Meets Apollyon, The
Pilgrim’s Progress: Act III, Scene 1. Vanity Fair. "I buy the truth!" (Pilgrim), The
Pilgrim’s Progress: Act IV, Scene 2. The Shepherds of the Delectable Mountains. "The Lord is my Shepherd" (Voice of a Bird), The
Random Round
Rape of Lucretia, op. 37: Act I, Scene I. "It is an axiom among kings" (Female Chorus, Male Chorus), The
Rape of Lucretia, op. 37: Act I, Scene II. "Lucia runs to the door" (Female Chorus, Tarquinius, Male Chorus, Bianca, Lucia, Lucretia), The
Rape of Lucretia, op. 37: Act I, Scene II. "The oatmeal slippers of sleep" (Female Chorus, Male Chorus), The
Rape of Lucretia, op. 37: Act I, Scene II. "Their spinning wheel unwinds" (Female Chorus, Lucretia, Bianca, Lucia), The
Rape of Lucretia, op. 37: Act I, Scene II. "Time treads upon the hands of women" (Lucia, Bianca, Female Chorus, Lucretia), The
Rape of Lucretia, op. 37: Act II, Scene I. "Interlude: Here in this scene you see virtue" (Female Chorus, Male Chorus), The
Rape of Lucretia, op. 37: Act II, Scene I. "Lucretia!...What do you want?" (Tarquinius, Lucretia, Male Chorus, Female Chorus), The
Rape of Lucretia, op. 37: Act II, Scene I. "She sleeps as a rose" (Female Chorus), The
Rape of Lucretia, op. 37: Act II, Scene I. "The prosperity of the Etruscans" (Female Chorus, Male Chorus, Collatinus, Lucia, Junius, Bianca), The
Rape of Lucretia, op. 37: Act II, Scene I. "Within this frail crucible of light" (Tarquinius, Female Chorus), The
Rape of Lucretia, op. 37: Act II, Scene II. "Epilogue: Is it all?" (Female Chorus, Male Chorus), The
Rape of Lucretia, op. 37: Act II, Scene II. "This dead hand lets fall" (Collatinus, Junius, Bianca, Lucia, Female Chorus, Male Chorus), The
Rape of Lucretia, The
Rose, die Müllerin
Sacred Music, Vol. 3
Sacred Music, Vol. 7
Sacred Music, Vol. 8
Sacred Music, Volume 1
Salve Regina, RV 617: I. Salve Regina
Salve Regina, RV 617: II. Ad te clamamus
Salve Regina, RV 617: III. Eia ergo
Salve Regina, RV 617: IV. Et Jesum
Sanctorum meritis, RV620
Saul
Saul, HWV 53, Original Version; edited by Paul McCreesh, Act 1: 1I. Air: What abject Thoughts a Prince can have: 1II. Recitative: Yet think, on whom this Honour you bestow
Saul, HWV 53, Original Version; edited by Paul McCreesh, Act 1: 1VI. Recitative: Thou, Merab, first in Birth: 1VII. Air: My Soul rejects the Thought - 1VIII. Air: See, see with what a scornful Air - 1IX. Air: Ah! Lovely Youth!
Saul, HWV 53, Original Version; edited by Paul McCreesh, Act 1: 3VII. Air: Capricious Man
Saul, HWV 53, Original Version; edited by Paul McCreesh, Act 2: 6III. Recitative: Mean as he was
Saul, HWV 53, Original Version; edited by Paul McCreesh, Act 2: 6IV. Air: Author of Peace
Saul, HWV 53, Original Version; edited by Paul McCreesh, Act 3: 80. Air: From this unhappy Day
Saul, HWV 53: Act I, XI. Air "What abject thoughts" (Merab) / XII. Recitative "Yet think, on whom this honor" (Merab)
Saul, HWV 53: Act I, XVI. Recitative "Though, Merab, first in birth" (Saul, Merab) / ... / XIX. Air "Ah! lovely youth!" (Michal)
Saul, HWV 53: Act I, XXXVII. Air "Capricous man" (Merab)
Saul, HWV 53: Act II, LXIII. Recitative "Mean as he was" (Merab)
Saul, HWV 53: Act II, LXIV. Air "Author of piece" (Merab)
Saul, HWV 53: Act III. LXXXIII. Air (Soprano) "In sweetest harmony"
Sechs Lieder aus Jucunde, op. 23: An einem lichten Morgen
Sechs Lieder aus Jucunde, op. 23: Auf einem grünen Hügel
Sechs Lieder aus Jucunde, op. 23: Das ist ein Tag, der klingen mag
Sechs Lieder aus Jucunde, op. 23: Geheimes Flüstern hier und dort
Sechs Lieder aus Jucunde, op. 23: O Lust, o Lust
Sechs Lieder aus Jucunde, op. 23: Was weinst du, Blümlein
Sechs Lieder, op. 13: Liebeszauber
Sechs Lieder, op. 13: Sie liebten sich beide
Sehnsucht
Seven Romances on Poems of Alexander Blok, Op. 127: 1. Ophelia's Song (Pesnya Ofelii)
Seven Romances on Poems of Alexander Blok, Op. 127: 2. Gamayun, The Prophet Bird (Gamayun, ptitsa veshchaya)
Seven Romances on Poems of Alexander Blok, Op. 127: 3. We Were Together (Mï bïli vmeste)
Seven Romances on Poems of Alexander Blok, Op. 127: 4. The City Sleeps (Gorod spit)
Seven Romances on Poems of Alexander Blok, Op. 127: 5. The Storm (Burya)
Seven Romances on Poems of Alexander Blok, Op. 127: 6. Mysterious Signs (Tayniye znaki)
Seven Romances on Poems of Alexander Blok, Op. 127: 7. Music (Muzïka)
She Loves and She Confesses Too, Z. 413
Should He Upbraid
Sing Willow
Six Duets: Lost is my quiet
Six Duets: Shepherd, leave decoying
Six Duets: What can we poor females do
Six Songs, op. 16: Calm is the morn
Six Songs, op. 16: Cradle Song
Six Songs, op. 16: Lovely kind and kindly loving
Six Songs, op. 16: My true love hath my heart
Six Songs, op. 16: Peace
Six Songs, op. 16: Weep you no more
Solomon
Solomon, HWV 67: Act III. "Ev'ry joy that wisdom knows" (Queen of Sheba, Solomon)
Solomon, HWV 67: Act III. "Ev'ry sight these eyes behold (Queen of Sheba)
Solomon, HWV 67: Act III. "From Arabia's spicy shores" (Queen of Sheba, Solomon)
Solomon, HWV 67: Act III. "May peace in Salem ever dwell" (Queen of Sheba)
Solomon, HWV 67: Act III. "Thy harmony's divine" (Queen of Sheba)
Solomon, HWV 67: Act III. "Will the sun forget to streak" (Queen of Sheba)
Songs and Orchestral Music
Songs by Schubert's Friends and Contemporaries
Songs of Clara Schumann, The
Spirit of England, Op. 80: I. The Fourth of August, The
Spirit of England, Op. 80: II. To Women, The
Spirit of England, Op. 80: III. For the Fallen, The
Suleika
Symphony no. 3 "Symphony of Sorrowful Songs": Lento - Cantabile semplice
Symphony no. 3 "Symphony of Sorrowful Songs": Lento - Sostenuto tranquillo
Symphony no. 3 "Symphony of Sorrowful Songs": Lento e largo - Tranquilissimo
Symphony no. 3 op. 36, "Symphony of Sorrowful Songs" / Three Pieces in Old Style
Symphony no. 3: I. Lento - sostenuto tranquillo ma cantabile
Symphony no. 3: II. Lento e Largo - tranquillissimo - cantabillissimo - docissimo legatissimo
Symphony no. 3: III. Lento - cantabile semplice
Symphony no. 9 in D minor, op. 125 "Choral": IV. Presto - Allegro assai
Tak, Oh! Take Those Lips Away
That Time of Year
Thekla
Theodora: Angels, Ever Bright and Fair
Trois chansons: II. Trois beaux oiseaux du Paradis
Vesta's Fire (opera fragment), Hess 115: Scene 1: "Blick, Oh Herr, durch diese Bäume"
Volkslied
Wanderer, Der
Wandrers Nachtlied, op. 129 no. 11
What a Sad Fate Is Mine
When I Was a Little Tiny Boy
Who but a Slave Can Well Express
Who Is Sylvia? What Is She?
Zwölf Gedichte aus F. Rückerts "Liebesfrühling", op. 12: Er ist gekommen in Sturm und Regen
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