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The man that hath no music in himself,
Nor is not moved with concord of sweet sounds,
Is fit for treasons, stratagems, and spoils.
The motions of his spirit are dull as night,
And his affections dark as Erebus.
Let no such man be trusted.

-Lorenzo in The Merchant of Venice by William Shakespeare

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185 arias found matching your criteria.
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Mein liebster Freund - No. 1
      from Act I of the German opera, Bastien und Bastienne by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
      Libretto : Friedrich Wilhelm


Ich geh' jetzt auf die Weide - No. 2
      from Act I of the German opera, Bastien und Bastienne by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
      Libretto : Friedrich Wilhelm


Befraget mich ein zartes Kind - No. 4
      from Act I of the German opera, Bastien und Bastienne by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
      Libretto : Friedrich Wilhelm


Wenn mein Bastien einst im Scherze - No. 5
      from Act I of the German opera, Bastien und Bastienne by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
      Libretto : Friedrich Wilhelm


Würd'ich auch wie manche Buhlerinnen - No. 6
      from Act I of the German opera, Bastien und Bastienne by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
      Libretto : Friedrich Wilhelm


Grossen Dank dir abzustatten - No. 8
      from Act I of the German opera, Bastien und Bastienne by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
      Libretto : Friedrich Wilhelm


Geh'! du sagst mir eine Fabel - No. 9
      from Act I of the German opera, Bastien und Bastienne by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
      Libretto : Friedrich Wilhelm


Diggi, daggi, shurry, murry - No. 10
      from Act I of the German opera, Bastien und Bastienne by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
      Libretto : Friedrich Wilhelm


Meiner Liebsten schöne Wangen - No. 11
      from Act I of the German opera, Bastien und Bastienne by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
      Libretto : Friedrich Wilhelm


Er war mir sonst treu und ergeben - No. 12
      from Act I of the German opera, Bastien und Bastienne by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
      Libretto : Friedrich Wilhelm


Entre l'amour et le devoir - No. 2
      from Act I of the French opera, Benvenuto Cellini by Hector Berlioz
      Libretto : Léon de Wailly and Jules Barbier


La gloire était ma seule idole - No. 5, Romanze
      from Act II of the French opera, Benvenuto Cellini by Hector Berlioz
      Libretto : Léon de Wailly and Jules Barbier


Ah! qui pourrait me résister? - No. 7
      from Act II of the French opera, Benvenuto Cellini by Hector Berlioz
      Libretto : Léon de Wailly and Jules Barbier


Mais qu'ai-je donc - No. 11
      from Act III of the French opera, Benvenuto Cellini by Hector Berlioz
      Libretto : Léon de Wailly and Jules Barbier


Sur les monts les plus sauvages - No. 15
      from Act III of the French opera, Benvenuto Cellini by Hector Berlioz
      Libretto : Léon de Wailly and Jules Barbier


Cette somme t'est due - Part of No. 6
      from Act II of the French opera, Benvenuto Cellini by Hector Berlioz
      Libretto : Léon de Wailly and Jules Barbier


It Must be So - No. 3A, Song
      from Act I of the English opera, Candide by Leonard Bernstein
      Libretto : Richard Wilbur


It Must be Me - No. 5, Song
      from Act I of the English opera, Candide by Leonard Bernstein
      Libretto : Richard Wilbur


Glitter and be gay - No. 7
      from Act I of the English opera, Candide by Leonard Bernstein
      Libretto : Richard Wilbur


My Love - No. 10, Serenade
      from Act I of the English opera, Candide by Leonard Bernstein
      Libretto : Richard Wilbur

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