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"Singing has always seemed to me the most perfect means of expression. It is so spontaneous. And after singing, I think the violin. Since I cannot sing, I paint."

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8 arias found matching your criteria.
No. 1-8 displayed in alphabetical order by opera.


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Willow Song (Willow where we met together)
      from Act I, Scene 2 of the English opera, The Ballad of Baby Doe by Douglas Moore
      Libretto : John Latouche


Warm as the autumn light
      from Act I, Scene 2 of the English opera, The Ballad of Baby Doe by Douglas Moore
      Libretto : John Latouche


Letter Song (Dearest Mama)
      from Act I, Scene 4 of the English opera, The Ballad of Baby Doe by Douglas Moore
      Libretto : John Latouche


Gold Aria (Gold is a fine thing)
      from Act I, Scene 6 of the English opera, The Ballad of Baby Doe by Douglas Moore
      Libretto : John Latouche


The fine ladies walk with their heads
      from Act II, Scene 1 of the English opera, The Ballad of Baby Doe by Douglas Moore
      Libretto : John Latouche


Turn tail and run then
      from Act II, Scene 2 of the English opera, The Ballad of Baby Doe by Douglas Moore
      Libretto : John Latouche


Augusta! How can you turn away?
      from Act II, Scene 4 of the English opera, The Ballad of Baby Doe by Douglas Moore
      Libretto : John Latouche


Always through the changing of sun and shadow
      from Act II, Scene 5 of the English opera, The Ballad of Baby Doe by Douglas Moore
      Libretto : John Latouche

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