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The Last Vote - 2841487906

52,99 zł

The Last Vote

Książki Obcojęzyczne>Angielskie>Society & social sciences>Politics & government>Political structure & processes>Democracy

Shows How Democracy Today Faces Threats That We Ignore At Our Own Risk. Tracing Democracy's History And Development, This Title Revisits The Assumptions On Which It Is Founded. What Exactly Is Democracy? Why Should We Value It? What Are Its Flaws? And Could We Do Any Better?

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Pogue's Basics: Essential Tips and Shortcuts (That No One Bothers to Tell You) for Simplifying the Technology in Your Life - 2844866714

91,70 zł

Pogue's Basics: Essential Tips and Shortcuts (That No One Bothers to Tell You) for Simplifying the Technology in Your Life St Martin's Press

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

Did you know that can you scroll a Web page just by tapping the space bar? How do you recover photos you've deleted by accident? What can you do if your cell phone's battery is dead by dinnertime each day? When it comes to technology, there's no driver's ed class or government-issued pamphlet covering the essentials. Somehow, you're just supposed to "know" how to use your phone, tablet, computer, camera, Web browser, e-mail, and social networks. Luckily, award-winning tech expert David Pogue comes to the rescue with "Pogue's Basics, "a book that will change your relationship with all of the technology in your life. With wit and authority, "Pogue's Basics" collects every essential technique for making your gadgets seem easier, faster, and less of a hassle. Crystal-clear illustrations accompany these 225 easy-to-follow tips.Tips include: Make the type bigger on your screen - Bring a wet phone back from the dead - The fastest way to charge an iPad - The 10 best apps to put on your phone - How to type symbols - Bypass annoyingly long voice mail instructions - Use map apps on your phone without an Internet connection - Sign a contract electronically - See what's in a file without opening it - The 12 best free services on the Web - Turn off automatic bullets, lists, and links in Word - Protect yourself from online scams and viruses - Set up an automatic backup system on your computer - What to do about junk e-mail - Send photos so that they don't bounce back - Print or email articles without ads - How to get money for your used electronics - Rename a bunch of files in one fell swoop - Make YouTube videos sharper - and much more.At last, you can lose that nagging, insecure feeling that you're not the master of your own gadgets. The tech tips in "Pogue's Basics "are all you need--the shortcuts to a happier technological life.

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Steel Spring - 2826837496

42,52 zł

Steel Spring Vintage

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

Chief Inspector Jensen is a policeman in an unnamed European country where the government has criminalised being drunk, even in private at home, and where the city centres have been demolished to devote more space to gleaming new roads. Recovering in a hospital room abroad after a liver transplant, Jensen receives a note instructing him to return home immediately, but when he reaches the airport he discovers that all flights home have been cancelled and all communication from within his homeland has ceased. One of the last messages sent requested urgent medical help from abroad and when Jensen is piloted across the border it soon becomes clear that an epidemic has ravaged the country.

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SJWs Always Lie - 2835877357

71,71 zł

SJWs Always Lie INGRAM INTERNATIONAL

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

Social Justice Warriors have plagued mankind for more than 150 years, but only in the last 30 years has their ideology become dominant in the West. Having invaded one institution of the cultural high ground after another, from corporations and churches to video games and government, there is nowhere that remains entirely free of their intolerant thought and speech policing. Because the SJW agenda of diversity, tolerance, inclusiveness, and equality flies in the face of both science and observable reality, SJWs relentlessly work to prevent normal people from thinking or speaking in any manner that will violate their ever-mutating Narrative. They police science, philosophy, technology, and even history in order to maintain the pretense that their agenda remains inevitable in a modern world that contradicts it on a daily basis. The book is named after the First Law of SJW: SJWs always lie. SJWS ALWAYS LIE is a useful guide to understanding, anticipating, and surviving SJW attacks from the perspective of a man who has not only survived, but thrived, after experiencing multiple attempts by Social Justice Warriors to disqualify, discredit, and disemploy him in the same manner they have successfully attacked Nobel Laureates, technology CEOs, broadcasters, sports commentators, school principals, and policemen. It analyzes well-known SJW attacks as well as the two most successful examples of resistance to the SJW Narrative, #GamerGate and Sad Puppies. Written by Vox Day, Supreme Dark Lord of the Evil Legion of Evil and three-time Hugo nominee who is described as the most hated man in science fiction by Black Gate and The Wall Street Journal, SJWS ALWAYS LIE is a powerful weapon in the cultural war against the thought police.

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Strip Poker - 2842086985

63,14 zł

Strip Poker Delta

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

For Teresa Knight, it is a game like no other. A game of bluff and chance whose stakes go far beyond erotic titillation. Where violence and voyeurism collide and sex is about to become the last line of defense. Hired to find out who's blackmailing a prominent black politician who likes her sex on the wild side, Teresa becomes a player in an underground game of strip poker. It's a quest that will tap into her own voracious sexual appetites and introduce her to some wildly uninhibited men and women, all of whom are leading secret lives. But as the reluctant sleuth descends deeper into a world of pleasure and fantasy, murder suddenly ups the ante. From smoky underground clubs to uptown mansions to a shadowy corporate entity whose tentacles reach into the highest levels of government, Teresa is on an increasingly obsessive search to expose a killer, unravel a mystery--and have a little fun along the way. . . .

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Vanishing Girl The - 2840144352

52,99 zł

Vanishing Girl The

Książki Obcojęzyczne>Angielskie>Children

PEach Night After Ember Pierce Falls Asleep, She Disappears. She Can Teleport Anywhere In The World London, Paris, Her Crushs Bedroom, Or Wherever Her Dreams Lead Her. Ten Minutes Is All She Gets, And Once Times Up, She Returns To Her Bed. Its A Secret Shes Successfully Kept For The Last Five Years. But Now Someone Knows./ppA Week After Her Eighteenth Birthday, When Frustratingly Handsome Caden Hawthorne Kidnaps Her, Delivers Her To The Government, And Then Disappears Before Her Eyes, Ember Realizes Two Things One, She Is Not Alone. And Two, People Like Herteleportersare Being Used As Weapons./ppForced Into A Quasi-military

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Antiquities of the Jews - 2844571228

86,15 zł

Antiquities of the Jews Wilder Publications

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

Collected here in one unabridged edition are all 20 books of Flavius Josephus' The Antiquities of the Jews. Antiquities of the Jews was first published in 94 AD, it is history of the Jewish people, written in Greek for Josephus' gentile patrons. It begins with the creation of Adam and Eve, and follows the events of the historical books of the Hebrew Bible, often adding information that we might not otherwise have today. This work, along with Josephus's other major work, The Jewish Wars, provides valuable background material to anyone wishing to understand first-century Judaism and the early Christian period. "I have undertaken the present work . . . for it will contain all our antiquities, and the constitution of our government, as interpreted out of the Hebrew Scriptures. And indeed I did formerly intend, when I wrote of the war, to explain who the Jews originally were,-what fortunes they had been subject to,-and by what legislature they had been instructed in piety, and the exercise of other virtues,-what wars also they had made in remote ages, till they were unwillingly engaged in this last with the Romans. . ."-Flavius Josephus

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Plato - Laws - 2847578053

138,82 zł

Plato - Laws Cosimo Classics

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

A sharp contrast to the Utopian nature of The Republic, Laws sets out in practical form the structure of actual society, and how, realistically, humanity can expect to govern itself. The last of the "dialogues" by the Greek philosopher and mathematician PLATO (c. 428 B.C.-c. 347 B.C.), this meditation on the nature of culture contains much that sounds outmoded to modern ears-such as discussions on slavery and the proper place of women-yet it remains an insightful examination of questions that continue to trouble us today, such as: . the importance of education . the nature of beauty . the value of artistic endeavors . how to implement matters of justice . the principles of government . the dangers presented by religion . what constitutes a crime . and much more. A foundational work of both Western philosophy and classical literature, in a highly readable 1871 translation by Benjamin Jowett, this is essential reading for students, thinkers, and anyone who wishes to be considered well educated.

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Colossus - 2212836415

45,80 zł

Colossus Penguin

Inne 1

Is America the new world empire? Presidents from Lincoln to Bush may have denied it but, as Niall Ferguson's brilliant and provocative book shows, the US is the greatest military and economic colossus of all time. What's more, it always has been an empire, with its founding fathers battling westwards for territory and their successors spreading freedom across the world - at gunpoint if necessary. Yet is the US really equipped to play Atlas, bearing the weight of the world on its shoulders? America, Ferguson reveals, is now an empire running on empty, backing away from the crucial imperial commitments of time, money and manpower - and resting on perilous financial foundations. When the New Rome falls, its collapse may come from within. Unlike the majority of European writers who have written on this subject, I am fundamentally in favor of empire. Indeed, I believe that empire is more necessary in the twenty-first century than ever before. The threats we face are not in themselves new ones. But advances in technology make them more dangerous than ever before. Thanks to the speed and regularity of modern air travel, infectious diseases can be transmitted to us with terrifying swiftness. And thanks to the relative cheapness and destructiveness of modern weaponry, tyrants and terrorists can realistically think of devastating our cities. The old, post-1945 system of sovereign states, bound loosely together by an evolving system of international law, cannot easily deal with these threats because there are too many nation-states where the writ of the "international community" simply does not run. What is required is an agency capable of intervening in the affairs of such states to contain epidemics, depose tyrants, end local wars and eradicate terrorist organizations. This is the self-interested argument for empire. But there is also a complementary altruistic argument. Even if they did not pose a direct threat to the security of the United States, economic and social conditions in a number of countries in the world would justify some kind of intervention. The poverty of a country like Liberia is explicable not in terms of resource endowment; otherwise (for example) Botswana would be just as poor. The problem in Liberia, as in so many sub-Saharan African states, is simply misgovernment: corrupt and lawless dictators whose conduct makes economic development impossible and encourages political opposition to take the form of civil war. Countries in this condition will not correct themselves. They require the imposition of some kind of external authority. There are those who would insist that an empire is by definition incapable of playing such a role; in their eyes, all empires are exploitative in character. Yet there can be

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And Other Blues Heroes - 2839336323

97,49 zł

And Other Blues Heroes Documents

Muzyka>Blues

1. Cross Road Blues 2. Terraplane Blues 3. Come On In My Kitchen 4. Walkin' Blues 5. Last Fair Deal Gone Down 6. 32-20 Blues 7. Kind Hearted Woman Blues 8. If I Had Possession Over Judgement Day 9. Preachin' Blues 10. When You Got A Good Friend 11. Ramblin' On My Mind 12. Stones In My Passway 13. Traveling Riverside Blues 14. Milkcow's Calf Blues 15. Me And The Devil Blues 16. Hellhound On My Trail 101. Levee Camp Blues 102. Government Fleet Blues 103. Walkin' Blues 104. Shetland Pony Blues 105. Special Rider Blues 106. Low Down Dirty Dog Blues 107. Depot Blues 108. American Defense 109. Am I Right Or Wrong? 110. Walking Blues 111. Country Farm Blues 112. The Pony Blues 113. The Jinx Blues (Part 1) 114. The Jinx Blues (Part 2) 201. High Water Everywhere (Part 2) 202. A Spoonful Blues 203. Mississippi Boweavil Blues 204. Some Summer Day 205. Rattlesnake Blues 206. Hang It On The Wall 207. Jim Lee (Part 1) 208. Prayer Of Death (Part 1) 209. High Sheriff Blues 210. Dry Well Blues 211. Revenue Man Blues 212. Elder Greene Blues 213. Mindreader Blues 214. Sic Em Dogs On 215. Unknown Title 216. Crowing Rooster 217. All Night Long Blues 218. Rowdy Blues 219. Watch And Pray 220. Snatch And Grab It 221. M And O Blues 222. Dark Road Blues 223. Country Farm Blues 224. Forty Four 301. Walkin' Blues 302. Louisiana Blues 303. Long Distance Call 304. Honey Bee 305. She Moves Me 306. Still A Fool 307. Standing Around Crying 308. Baby Please Don't Go 309. I Want You To Love Me 310. I'm Your Hoochie Coochie Man 311. I Just Want To Make Love To You 312. I'm Ready 313. Young Fashioned Ways 314. Mannish Boy 315. Sugar Sweet 316. Trouble No More 401. I'm Sorry Mama 402. Packin' Trunk 403. Four Day Worry Blues 404. Roberta (Part 1) 405. Death Letter Blues (Part 1) 406. Fort Worth And Dallas Blues 407. Ox Drivin' Blues 408. Tb Woman Blues 409. My Baby Quit Me 410. Midnight Special 411. Pigmeat 412. Black Snake Moan 413. See See Rider 414. Shorty George 415. You Don't Know My Mind 416. The Bourgeois Blues 417. John Hardy 418. Pick A Bale Of Cotton 419. Grey Goose 420. Where Did You Sleep Last Night? 421. Pretty Flower In Your Backyard 501. Good Gin Blues 502. Shake 'Em On Down 503. When Can I Change My Clothes 504. High Fever Blues 505. Bukka's Jitterbug Swing 506. District Attorney Blues 507. Strange Place Blues 508. Sleepy Myn Blues 509. Pinebluff, Arkansas 510. Fixin' To Die Blues 511. Special Streamline 512. Black Train Blues 513. Parchman Farm Blues 514. Aberdeen Mississippi Blues 601. Dust My Broom 602. Sho' Nuff I Do 603. Please Find My Baby 604. Cry For Me Baby 605. Sunny Land 606. The 12 Year Old Boy 607. It Hurts Me, Too 608. Hawaiian Boogie 609. T.v. Mama 701. Meet Me Around The Corner 702. Stepfather Blues 703. Stack O'dollars 704. I Won't Be In Hard Luck No More 705. Highway 49 706. I'm Getting Wild About Her 707. Please Don't Go 708. Crawling King Snake 709. His Spirit Lives On 710. Little Leg Woman 711. 49 Highway Blues 712. Baby Please Don't Go 713. I Know You Gonna Miss Me 714. Vitamin A 715. Break 'Em On Down 716. Providence Help The Poor People 717. Wild Cow Blues 718. Rootin' Ground Hog 719. Brother James 720. Peach Orchard Mama 721. Someday Baby 722. Somebody's Been Worryin' 801. Moanin' At Midnight 802. How Many More Years 803. Riding In The Moonlight 804. Dog Me Around 805. Morning At Midnight 806. Keep What You Got 807. Riding In The Moonlight 808. House Rockin' Boogie 809. Crying At Daybreak 810. Passing My Blues 811. My Baby Stole Off 812. I Want Your Picture 813. The Wolf Is At Your Door (Howlin' For My Baby) 814. California Blues 815. California Blues 816. Look-a-here 817. Howlin' Wolf Boogie 818. Smile At Me 819. Getting Old And Grey 820. Mr. Highway Man 821. My Baby Walked Off 822. C.v.wine Blues 823. My Troubles And Me 824. Chocolate Drop 825. Highway Man 901. Blues With A Feeling 902. Juke 903. Sad Hours 904. Tell Me Mama 905. Off The Wall 906. You Better Watch Yourself 907. My Babe 908. Last Night 909. You're So Fine 910. Roller Coaster 911. Moonshine Blues 912. Bad Acting Woman 913. Blue Baby 914. Can't Hold On Much Longer 915. Tonight With A Fool 916. Boogie 917. Red Headed Woman 918. I Just Keep Loving Her 919. Mean Old World 920. Lights Out

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Who Controls the Internet? - 2826659911

76,31 zł

Who Controls the Internet? Oxford University Press

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

Is the Internet erasing national borders? Will the future of the Net be set by Internet engineers, rogue programmers, the United Nations, or powerful countries? Who's really in control of what's happening on the Net? In this provocative new book, Jack Goldsmith and Tim Wu tell the fascinating story of the Internet's challenge to governmental rule in the 1990s, and the ensuing battles with governments around the world. It's a book about the fate of one idea-that the Internet might liberate us forever from government, borders, and even our physical selves. We learn of Google's struggles with the French government and Yahoo's capitulation to the Chinese regime; of how the European Union sets privacy standards on the Net for the entire world; and of eBay's struggles with fraud and how it slowly learned to trust the FBI. In a decade of events the original vision is uprooted, as governments time and time again assert their power to direct the future of the Internet. The destiny of the Internet over the next decades, argue Goldsmith and Wu, will reflect the interests of powerful nations and the conflicts within and between them. While acknowledging the many attractions of the earliest visions of the Internet, the authors describe the new order, and speaking to both its surprising virtues and unavoidable vices. Far from destroying the Internet, the experience of the last decade has lead to a quiet rediscovery of some of the oldest functions and justifications for territorial government. While territorial governments have unavoidable problems, it has proven hard to replace what legitimacy governments have, and harder yet to replace the system of rule of law that controls the unchecked evils of anarchy. While the Net will change some of the ways that territorial states govern, it will not diminish the oldest and most fundamental roles of government and challenges of governance. Well written and filled with fascinating examples, including colorful portraits of many key players in Internet history, this is a work that is bound to stir heated debate in the cyberspace and globalization communities.

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Blood Doctor - 2212839586

32,40 zł

Blood Doctor Penguin

Powieści i opowiadania

Blood. That

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A European Vision for Air Passengers. - Anna Konert - 2836938716

23,39 zł

A European Vision for Air Passengers. - Anna Konert

Książki & Multimedia > Książki

Opis - Introduction (...) the future development of international civil aviation can greatly help to create and preserve friendship and understanding among the nations and peoples of the world, yet its abuse can become a threat to the general security; and (...) it is desirable to avoid friction and to promote that cooperation between nations and peoples upon which the peace of the world depends;1 Air passenger rights have become one of the most important consumer rights areas since the number of people who are travelling is growing every year.2 "Over the last thirty years, there has been a boom in mobility in Europe. For millions of citizens travel has become a reality, indeed a right (...) The air transport sector has seen a number of changes: the emergence of low cost airlines, the restructuring of other airlines, the opening up of new routes, and the availability of information or tickets on the Internet with a general reduction in fares. Millions of people have flown as a result of the setting up of an internal aviation market".3 According to Vice-President of the Commission Siim Kallas, responsible for transport "passengers need a common set of principles, so that they can be more easily aware of their rights if something goes wrong with their trip, regardless of the mode of transport they use or whether a journey takes place wholly within a single Member State or goes through an intra-Community or external frontier"4. Europe's success in securing and upholding passenger rights is one of the resounding achievements of the EU transport policy. Therefore, it was 1 Preamble to Convention on International Civil Aviation, signed at Chicago, on 7 December 1944 (Chicago Convention). 2 ECC-Net Air Passenger Rights Report 2011 - in the aftermath of the 'Volcanic Ash Crisis', October 2011 (available at http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/ecc/docs/ecc_net_air_passenger_ report_2011.pdf). 3 Communication From The Commission To The European Parliament And The Council Strengthening passenger rights within the European Union, Brussels, 16.2.2005 COM(2005) 46 final. 4 http://ec.europa.eu/transport/passenger-rights/en/index.html 8 Introduction necessary for the European Community to strengthen the rights of passengers and to ensure that air carriers operate under harmonized conditions in a liberalized market. Liberalisation, however, is not enough. Other measures are needed to protect passengers' interests and ensure that they fully profit from the single market.5 Air passenger rights can cover the following fields: People with disabilities and people with reduced mobility; Denied boarding; Cancellation; Long delays; Problems with Baggage; Identity of the airline; Package holidays; Price transparency. All these fields are covered by special regulations. Notwithstanding the most controversial and with unclear provisions is Regulation (EC) 261/20046. Therefore, there is a need to analyse the existing judgments and different theories in legal doctrine regarding this Regulation. It introduced important new rights for air passengers in the event of denied boarding, long delay, cancellations and downgrading. The Regulation took effect on 18 February 2005 and sets a minimum level of quality standards in order to protect passengers. It repealed Regulation (EEC) No. 295/91 and it sets out the entitlements of air passengers when a flight that they intend to travel on is delayed or cancelled, or when they are denied boarding to such a flight due to overbooking, or when the airline is unable to accommodate them in the class they had booked. It is very important to ensure a high level of protection for passengers. Moreover, full account should be taken of the requirements of consumer protection in general. As it is stated in Preamble to Regulation 261/2004, denied boarding and cancellation or long delay of flights cause serious trouble and inconvenience to passengers and the number of passengers denied boarding against their will remains too high, as does that affected by cancellations without prior warning and that affected by long delays. Therefore, it was necessary for the European Community to strengthen the rights of passengers and to ensure that air carriers operate under harmonized conditions in a liberalized market. It is also stated that the number of passengers denied boarding against their will should be reduced by requiring air carriers to call for volunteers to surrender their reservations, in exchange for benefits, instead of denying passengers boarding, and by fully compensating those finally denied boarding and that passengers denied boarding against their will should be able either to cancel their flights, with reimbursement of their tickets, or to continue 5 European Commission, Air - legislation in force since 2005 at: http://ec.europa.eu/transport/ themes/passengers/air/index_en.htm 6 Official Journal of the European Union, L 46, pp. 1-7 (17-2-2004). Introduction 9 them under satisfactory conditions, and should be adequately cared for while awaiting a later flight.7 As IATA indicates, airlines are committed to looking after their passengers, and overlapping passenger rights regimes around the world creates difficulties for the industry and confusion for passengers. The patchwork of regimes defeats the purpose of providing passengers with clear, transparent rights that they can count on. Clear information to passengers on their rights should be the first priority of government and the industry.8 In response to this, the industry unanimously adopted a set of principles at the 2013 IATA Annual General Meeting. The principles call on governments to develop consumer protection regulations that:

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The Complete Operas - 2839385545

319,99 zł

The Complete Operas Decca

Muzyka>Klasyczna

1. Paul Bunyan, Op.17 2. Britten, Benjamin - Introduction (Paul Bunyan, Op. 3. Paul Bunyan, Op.17 (Paul Bunyan, Op.17) 4. Britten, Benjamin - Since The Birth Of The Earth 5. Britten, Benjamin - No. No. We Do Not Want Life T 6. Britten, Benjamin - Ooh! Ooh! O How Terrible To B 7. Britten, Benjamin - You Are All To Leave Here (P 8. Britten, Benjamin - It Isn't Very Often The Conse 9. Britten, Benjamin - First Ballad Interlude: The C 10. Britten, Benjamin - Bunyan's Greeting (Act 1) 11. Britten, Benjamin - Call Of Lumberjacks (Act 1) 12. Britten, Benjamin - Lumberjacks' Chorus: My Birth 13. Britten, Benjamin - Bunyan's Welcome (Act 1) 14. Britten, Benjamin - Quartet Of Swedes: Swedish Bo 15. Britten, Benjamin - Western Union Boy's Song: A T 16. Britten, Benjamin - Cooks' Duet: Sam For Soups. B 17. Britten, Benjamin - Animal Trio: Ah! Miaou! The S 18. Britten, Benjamin - Bunyan's Goodnight 1 (Act 1) 19. Britten, Benjamin - Exit Of Lumberjacks: Down The 20. Britten, Benjamin - The Blues: Gold In The North 21. Britten, Benjamin - Bunyan's Goodnight 2 (Act 1) 22. Britten, Benjamin - Second Ballad Interlude: The 23. Britten, Benjamin - Food Chorus: Do I Look The So 24. Britten, Benjamin - Chorus Accusation: There Now 25. Britten, Benjamin - Slim's Song: In Fair Days & F 26. Britten, Benjamin - Bunyan's Return: Look, The Ch 27. Britten, Benjamin - Inkslinger's Song: It Was Out 28. Britten, Benjamin - Entrance Of Chorus (Act 1) 29. Britten, Benjamin - Tiny's Entrance (Act 1) 30. Britten, Benjamin - Tiny's Song: Ah!...whether Th 31. Britten, Benjamin - Inkslinger's Regret: All The 32. Britten, Benjamin - Bunyan's Goodnight 3 (Act 1) 101. Paul Bunyan, Op.17 (Paul Bunyan, Op.17) 102. Britten, Benjamin - Bunyan's Good Morning (Act 2) 103. Britten, Benjamin - Shears' Song: It Has Always B 104. Britten, Benjamin - Bunyan's Warning (Act 2) 105. Britten, Benjamin - Farmers' Song: The Shanty-boy 106. Britten, Benjamin - Farmers' Exit (Act 2) 107. Britten, Benjamin - The Mocking Of Hel Helson: He 108. Britten, Benjamin - Fido's Sympathy: Won't You Te 109. Britten, Benjamin - Cats' Creed: Let Man The Roma 110. Britten, Benjamin - The Fight: What Is It? What's 111. Britten, Benjamin - Love Duet: Move, Move From Th 112. Britten, Benjamin - Mock Funeral March: Take Away 113. Britten, Benjamin - Hymn: O Great Day Of Discover 114. Britten, Benjamin - Third Ballad Interlude: So He 115. Britten, Benjamin - The Christmas Party: Rah! Ano 116. Britten, Benjamin - Dear Friends, With Your Leave 117. Britten, Benjamin - Carry Her Over The Water (Ac 118. Britten, Benjamin - Where We Are Is Not Very Far 119. Britten, Benjamin - A Telegram From Hollywood (A 120. Britten, Benjamin - We Always Knew That One Day Y 121. Britten, Benjamin - Bunyan's Farewell (Act 2) 122. Britten, Benjamin - Litany: The Campfire Embers A 123. Britten, Benjamin - Overture (Appendix) 124. Britten, Benjamin - Inkslinger's Love Song (Append 125. Britten, Benjamin - Lullaby Of Dream Shadows (Appe 201. Peter Grimes, Op.33 (Original Version) 202. Britten, Benjamin - Peter Grimes! (Prologue) 203. Britten, Benjamin - You Sailed Your Boat (Prolog 204. Britten, Benjamin - Peter Grimes, I Here Advise Y 205. Britten, Benjamin - The Truth...the Pity... (Pro 206. Montagu Slater - Interlude I: On The Beach (Prolog 207. Britten, Benjamin - Oh, Hang At Open Doors (Act 208. Britten, Benjamin - Hi! Give Us A Hand (Act 1) 209. Britten, Benjamin - I Have To Go From Pub To Pub 210. Britten, Benjamin - Let Her Among You (Act 1) 211. Britten, Benjamin - Look, The Storm Cone! (Act 1 212. Britten, Benjamin - And Do You Prefer The Storm 213. Britten, Benjamin - What Harbour Shelters Peace 214. Britten, Benjamin - Interlude Ii: The Storm (Act 1 215. Britten, Benjamin - Past Time To Close! (Act 1) 216. Britten, Benjamin - We Live & Let Live (Act 1) 217. Britten, Benjamin - Have You Heard? (Act 1) 218. Britten, Benjamin - Now The Great Bear & Pleiades 219. Britten, Benjamin - Old Joe Has Gone Fishing (Ac 220. Britten, Benjamin - The Bridge Is Down, We Half S 221. Britten, Benjamin - Interlude Iii: Sunday Morning 222. Britten, Benjamin - Glitter Of Waves (Act 2) 223. Britten, Benjamin - Let This Be A Holiday (Act 2 224. Britten, Benjamin - This Unrelenting Work (Act 2 225. Britten, Benjamin - Fool To Let It Come To This! 226. Britten, Benjamin - What Is It? (Act 2) 227. Britten, Benjamin - People!...no! I Will Speak! 301. Peter Grimes, Op.33 (Original Version) 302. Britten, Benjamin - We Planned That Their Lives 303. Britten, Benjamin - Swallow! Shall We Go (Act 2) 304. Britten, Benjamin - Now Is Gossip Put On Trial ( 305. Britten, Benjamin - From The Gutter (Act 2) 306. Britten, Benjamin - Interlude Iv: Passacaglia (Act 307. Britten, Benjamin - Go There! (Act 2) 308. Britten, Benjamin - Now!...now! (Act 2) 309. Britten, Benjamin - Peter Grimes! Nobody Here? ( 310. Britten, Benjamin - Interlude V: Evening (Act 3) 311. Britten, Benjamin - Assign Your Prettiness To Me 312. Britten, Benjamin - Pah! (Act 3) 313. Britten, Benjamin - Come Along, Doctor! (Act 3) 314. Britten, Benjamin - Embroidery In Childhood (Act 315. Britten, Benjamin - Mr.swallow! (Act 3) 316. Britten, Benjamin - Who Holds Himself Apart (Act 317. Britten, Benjamin - Interlude Vi: Fog (Act 3) 318. Britten, Benjamin - Grimes! Grimes! (Act 3) 319. Britten, Benjamin - Peter, We've Come To Take You 320. Britten, Benjamin - To Those Who Pass The Borough 401. The Rape Of Lucretia, Op.37 (Lib. Ronald Duncan) 402. Britten, Benjamin - Rome Is Now Ruled By The Etrus 403. Britten, Benjamin - It Is An Axiom Among Kings (Ac 404. Britten, Benjamin - Here The Thirsty Evening (Act 405. Britten, Benjamin - Who Reaches Heaven First (Act 406. Britten, Benjamin - Maria Was Unmasked At A Masked 407. Britten, Benjamin - Collatinus Is Politically Astu 408. Britten, Benjamin - There Goes A Happy Man! (Act 1 409. Ronald Duncan - Tarquinius Does Not Dare (Act 1) 410. Britten, Benjamin - My Horse! My Horse! Tarquinius 411. Britten, Benjamin - Their Spinning-wheel Unwinds ( 412. Britten, Benjamin - Listen! I Heard A Knock (Act 1 413. Britten, Benjamin - Time Treads Upon The Hands Of 414. Britten, Benjamin - The Oatmeal Slippers Of Sleep 501. The Rape Of Lucretia, Op.37 (Lib. Ronald Duncan) 502. Britten, Benjamin - The Prosperity Of The Etruscan 503. Britten, Benjamin - She Sleeps As A Rose (Act 2) 504. Britten, Benjamin - Within This Frail Crucible Of 505. Britten, Benjamin - Lucretia!...what Do You Want? 506. Britten, Benjamin - Interlude: Here In This Scene 507. Britten, Benjamin - Oh! What A Lovely Day! (Act 2) 508. Britten, Benjamin - We'll Leave The Orchids For Lu 509. Britten, Benjamin - Flowers Bring To Every Year (A 510. Britten, Benjamin - You Were Right (Act 2) 511. Britten, Benjamin - Lucretia! Lucretia! (Act 2) 512. Britten, Benjamin - Last Night Tarquinius Ravished 513. Britten, Benjamin - This Dead Hand Lets Fall (Act 514. Britten, Benjamin - Epilogue: Is It All? (Act 2) 601. Albert Herring, Opera In 3 Acts Op.39 (Original Ve 602. Britten, Benjamin - Flor-ence! Tell The Midwife! ( 603. Britten, Benjamin - Doctor Jessop's Midwife (Act 1 604. Britten, Benjamin - I Hope We're Not Too Early, Fl 605. Britten, Benjamin - Stuffy! (Act 1) 606. Britten, Benjamin - Now Then! Notebook, Florence! 607. Britten, Benjamin - The First Suggestion On My Lis 608. Britten, Benjamin - Is This All You Can Bring? (Ac 609. Britten, Benjamin - Beggin' Your Pardon (Act 1) 610. Britten, Benjamin - Right! We'll Have Him! (Act 1) 611. Britten, Benjamin - Interlude (Act 1) 612. Britten, Benjamin - Bounce Me High (Act 1) 613. Britten, Benjamin - Shop! Hi! Albert! (Act 1) 614. Britten, Benjamin - Tickling A Trout (Act 1) 615. Britten, Benjamin - Meet Me At A Quarter Past Eigh 616. Britten, Benjamin - He's Much Too Busy (Act 1) 617. Britten, Benjamin - Good Morning, Young Man (Act 1 618. Britten, Benjamin - We Bring Great News To You (Ac 619. Britten, Benjamin - Isn't He Here? (Act 2) 620. Britten, Benjamin - For Three Precious Weeks (Act 621. Britten, Benjamin - Quickly! Quickly, Come Along! 622. Britten, Benjamin - Here They Are, Dears! (Act 2) 623. Britten, Benjamin - My Flowers Are Few (Act 2) 701. Albert Herring, Opera In 3 Acts Op.39 (Original Ve 702. Britten, Benjamin - I'm Full Of Happiness (Act 2) 703. Britten, Benjamin - As Representing The Local Coun 704. Britten, Benjamin - My Heart Leaps Up With Joy (Ac 705. Britten, Benjamin - Er-humph! Er-humph! I'm No Gre 706. Britten, Benjamin - Well Tried, Albert! (Act 2) 707. Britten, Benjamin - Interlude (Act 2) 708. Britten, Benjamin - Albert The Good! (Act 2) 709. Britten, Benjamin - You Oughtn't To Whistle! (Act 710. Britten, Benjamin - Heaven Helps Those Who Help Th 711. Britten, Benjamin - Introduction (Act 3) 712. Britten, Benjamin - Is She Asleep? (Act 3) 713. Britten, Benjamin - I'm Hungry, I'm Tired (Act 3) 714. Britten, Benjamin - Give Me A Decent Murder With A 715. Britten, Benjamin - Have You Found Him? (Act 3) 716. Britten, Benjamin - Fools! Fools! Blundering Fools 717. Britten, Benjamin - In The Midst Of Life Is Death 718. Britten, Benjamin - Albert! (Act 3) 719. Britten, Benjamin - I'm Sorry About That (Act 3) 720. Britten, Benjamin - I Can't Remember Everything (A 721. Britten, Benjamin - Albert's Come Back To Stay (Ac 801. Billy Budd - Opera In 2 Acts, Op.50 (Original Vers 802. Britten, Benjamin - I Am An Old Man (Act 1) 803. Britten, Benjamin - Pull, My Bantams! (Act 1) 804. Britten, Benjamin - Guard Boat! Indomitable! (Act 805. E.m. Forster - First Man Forward! (Act 1) 806. Britten, Benjamin - Your Name? Billy Budd, Sir (Ac 807. Britten, Benjamin - Billy Budd, King Of The Birds! 808. Britten, Benjamin - I Heard, Your Honour! (Act 1) 809. Britten, Benjamin - Come Along Kid! Come Along! (A 810. Britten, Benjamin - Christ, The Poor Chap! (Act 1) 811. Britten, Benjamin - What's That? What's Those Whis 812. Britten, Benjamin - Starry Vere We Call Him (Act 1 813. Britten, Benjamin - Boy! My Compliments To Mr. Red 814. Britten, Benjamin - Gentlemen, The King! (Act 1) 815. Britten, Benjamin - Ay, At Spithead The Men May Ha 816. Britten, Benjamin - We Are, Sir. Claggart Is An Ab 817. Britten, Benjamin - Blow, Blow, Blow (Act 1) 818. Britten, Benjamin - We're Off To Samoa By Way Of G 819. Britten, Benjamin - Hi! You A... A... A... (Act 1) 820. E.m. Forster - Over The Water...handsomely Done (A 821. Britten, Benjamin - Come Here. Remember Your Promi 822. Britten, Benjamin - Billy! Hist! Billy Budd! (Act 823. Britten, Benjamin - Dansker, Old Friend, Glad To S 901. Billy Budd - Opera In 2 Acts, Op.50 (Original Vers 902. Britten, Benjamin - I Don't Like The Look Of The M 903. Britten, Benjamin - With Great Regret I Must Distu 904. Britten, Benjamin - Deck Ahoy! Enemy Sail On Starb 905. Britten, Benjamin - Who'll Volunteer To Board 'Em 906. Britten, Benjamin - There You Are Again, Master-at 907. Britten, Benjamin - O This Cursed Mist (Act 2) 908. Britten, Benjamin - Claggart, John Claggart, Bewar 909. Britten, Benjamin - Master-at-arms & Foretopman (A 910. Britten, Benjamin - God O' Mercy! Here, Help Me! ( 911. E.m. Forster - Gentlemen, William Budd Here Has Ki 912. Britten, Benjamin - William Budd, You Are Accused 913. Britten, Benjamin - Poor Fellow, Who Could Save Hi 914. Britten, Benjamin - I Accept Their Verdict (Act 2) 915. Britten, Benjamin - Look! Through The Port (Act 2) 916. Britten, Benjamin - Here! Baby! Dansker, Old Frien 917. Britten, Benjamin - & Farewell To Ye (Act 2) 918. Britten, Benjamin - Interlude (Act 2) 919. Britten, Benjamin - According To The Articles Of W 920. Britten, Benjamin - Down All Hands! & See That The 921. Britten, Benjamin - We Committed His Body To The D 1001. Gloriana, Op.53 (Original Version) 1002. Britten, Benjamin - 1. Prelude (Act 1 Scene 1) 1003. Britten, Benjamin - 2. The Tornament (Act 1 Scene 1004. Britten, Benjamin - 3. Recitative & Fight (Act 1 S 1005. Britten, Benjamin - 4. Entrance Of The Queen (Act 1006. Britten, Benjamin - 5. Recitative (Act 1 Scene 1) 1007. Britten, Benjamin - 6. The Two Lords' Explanation 1008. Britten, Benjamin - 7. Raleigh's Song (Act 1 Scene 1009. William Plomer - 8. Ensemble Of Reconciliation (Ac 1010. Britten, Benjamin - 9. Recitative & Final March (A 1011. Britten, Benjamin - 10. Prelude & Dialogue (Act 1 1012. Britten, Benjamin - 11. The Queen's Song (Act 1 Sc 1013. Britten, Benjamin - 12. Cecil's Song Of Government 1014. Britten, Benjamin - 13. Recitative & Essex's Entry 1015. Britten, Benjamin - 14. First Lute Song (Act 1 Sce 1016. Britten, Benjamin - 15. Second Lute Song (Act 1 Sc 1017. Britten, Benjamin - 16. The First Duet For The Que 1018. Britten, Benjamin - 17. Soliloquy & Prayer (Act 1 1019. Britten, Benjamin - 18. Prelude & Welcome (Act 2 S 1020. Britten, Benjamin - 19. The Masque (Act 2 Scene 1) 1021. Britten, Benjamin - 20. Finale (Act 2 Scene 1) 1022. Britten, Benjamin - 21. Prelude & Song (Act 2 Scen 1023. Britten, Benjamin - 22. Duet (Act 2 Scene 2) 1024. Britten, Benjamin - 23. Double Duet (Act 2 Scene 2 1025. Britten, Benjamin - 24. Quartet (Act 2 Scene 2) 1101. Gloriana, Op.53 (Original Version) 1102. Britten, Benjamin - 25. Pavane (Act 2 Scene 3) 1103. Britten, Benjamin - 26. Conversation (Act 2 Scene 1104. Britten, Benjamin - 27. Galliard (Act 2 Scene 3) 1105. Britten, Benjamin - 28. Conversation & The Queen's 1106. Britten, Benjamin - 29. Lavolta (Act 2 Scene 3) 1107. Britten, Benjamin - 30. Conversation (Act 2 Scene 1108. Britten, Benjamin - 31. Morris Dance (Act 2 Scene 1109. Britten, Benjamin - 32. Recitative (Act 2 Scene 3) 1110. Britten, Benjamin - 33. The Queen's Burlesque (Act 1111. Britten, Benjamin - 34. Quartet (Act 2 Scene 3) 1112. Britten, Benjamin - 35. March (Act 2 Scene 3) 1113. Britten, Benjamin - 36. The Queen's Announcement ( 1114. Britten, Benjamin - 37. Ensemble (Act 2 Scene 3) 1115. Britten, Benjamin - 38. Coranto (Act 2 Scene 3) 1116. Britten, Benjamin - 39. Prelude & Chatter (Act 3 S 1117. Britten, Benjamin - 40. Essex's Intrusion (Act 3 S 1118. Britten, Benjamin - 41. The Second Duet Of The Que 1119. Britten, Benjamin - 42. The Dressing-table Song (A 1120. Britten, Benjamin - 43. The Entrance Of Cecil (Act 1121. Britten, Benjamin - 44. Cecil's Report (Act 3 Scen 1122. Britten, Benjamin - 45. Discussion (Act 3 Scene 1) 1123. Britten, Benjamin - 46. The Queen's Decision (Act 1124. Britten, Benjamin - 47. Ballad - Rondo (Act 3 Scen 1125. Britten, Benjamin - 48. Prelude & Verdict (Act 3 S 1126. Britten, Benjamin - 49. Cecil's Warning (Act 3 Sce 1127. Britten, Benjamin - 50. The Queen's Dilemma (Act 3 1128. Britten, Benjamin - 51. Trio (Act 3 Scene 3) 1129. Britten, Benjamin - 52. Lady Essex's Pleading (Act 1130. Britten, Benjamin - 53. Penepole Rich's Pleading ( 1131. Britten, Benjamin - 54. Epilogue (Act 3 Scene 3) 1201. The Turn Of The Screw, Op.54 (Original Version) 1202. Britten, Benjamin - Prologue (Act One) 1203. Britten, Benjamin - Theme - Scene 1: The Journey ( 1204. Britten, Benjamin - Interlude: Variation I - Scene 1205. Britten, Benjamin - Interlude: Variation II - Scen 1206. Britten, Benjamin - Interlude: Variation III - Sce 1207. Britten, Benjamin - Interlude: Variation IV - Scen 1208. Britten, Benjamin - Interlude: Variation V - Scene 1209. Britten, Benjamin - Interlude: Variation VI - Scen 1210. Britten, Benjamin - Interlude: Variation VII - Sce 1301. The Turn Of The Screw, Op.54 (Original Version) 1302. Britten, Benjamin - Interlude: Variation VIII - Sc 1303. Britten, Benjamin - Interlude: Variation IX - Scen 1304. Britten, Benjamin - Interlude: Variation X - Scene 1305. Britten, Benjamin - Interlude: Variation XI - Scen 1306. Britten, Benjamin - Interlude: Variation XII - Sce 1307. Britten, Benjamin - Interlude: Variation XIII - Sc 1308. Britten, Benjamin - Interlude: Variation XIV - Sce 1309. Britten, Benjamin - Interlude: Variation XV - Scen 1401. A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera In Three Acts, Op 1402. Britten, Benjamin - Over Hill, Over Dale (Act 1) 1403. Britten, Benjamin - Oberon Is Passing Fell & Wrat 1404. Britten, Benjamin - Well, Go Thy Way (Act 1) 1405. Britten, Benjamin - How Now My Love? (Act 1) 1406. Britten, Benjamin - Be It On Lion, Bear, Or Wolf, 1407. Britten, Benjamin - Welcome Wanderer! (Act 1) 1408. Britten, Benjamin - Is All Our Company Her? (Act 1409. Britten, Benjamin - Fair Love, You Faint With Wan 1410. Britten, Benjamin - Through The Forest Have I Gon 1411. Britten, Benjamin - Stay, Though Thou Kill Me, Sw 1412. Britten, Benjamin - Come, Now A Roundel & A Fairy 1413. Britten, Benjamin - You Spotted Snakes With Doubl 1414. Britten, Benjamin - What Thou Seest When Thou Dos 1415. Britten, Benjamin - Introduction: The Wood (Act 2) 1416. Britten, Benjamin - Are We All Met? (Act 2) 1417. Britten, Benjamin - I See Their Knavery (Act 2) 1418. Britten, Benjamin - Be Kind & Courteous To This G 1419. Britten, Benjamin - Hail, Mortal, Hail! (Act 2) 1420. Britten, Benjamin - I Have A Reas'nable Good Ear 1421. Britten, Benjamin - How Now, Mad Spirit? (Act 2) 1501. A Midsummer Night's Dream. Opera In Three Acts, Op 1502. Britten, Benjamin - Flower Of This Purple Dye (A 1503. Britten, Benjamin - Puppet? Why So? (Act 2) 1504. Britten, Benjamin - This Is Thy Negligence (Act 1505. Britten, Benjamin - Up & Down, Up & Down (Act 2) 1506. Britten, Benjamin - On The Ground, Sleep Sound ( 1507. Britten, Benjamin - My Gentle Robin, See'st Thou 1508. Britten, Benjamin - Helena! Hermi! Demetrius! Lys 1509. Britten, Benjamin - When My Cue Comes, Call Me ( 1510. Britten, Benjamin - Have You Sent To Bottom's Hou 1511. Britten, Benjamin - Now, Fair Hippolyta (Act 3) 1512. Britten, Benjamin - Iff We Offend, It Is With Our 1513. Britten, Benjamin - Gentles, Perchange You Wonder 1514. Britten, Benjamin - In This Same Interlude It Dot 1515. Britten, Benjamin - O Grim-look'd Night, O Night 1516. Britten, Benjamin - O Wall, Fur Often Hast Thou H 1517. Britten, Benjamin - You Ladies, You Whose Gentle 1518. Britten, Benjamin - This Lanthorn Doth The Horned 1519. Britten, Benjamin - Sweet Moon, I Thank Thee For 1520. Britten, Benjamin - Asleep, My Love? (Act 3) 1521. Britten, Benjamin - Come, Your Bergomask (Act 3) 1522. Britten, Benjamin - Now The Hungry Lion Roars (A 1601. Owen Wingrave, An Opera In 2 Acts, Op.85 (Original 1602. Britten, Benjamin - Prelude (Act 1) 1603. Britten, Benjamin - You've Got Your Maps There? (A 1604. Britten, Benjamin - At Last It's Out (Act 1) 1605. Britten, Benjamin - Your Sherry, Mrs. Coyle (Act 1 1606. Britten, Benjamin - Oh, How Unforeseen (Act 1) 1607. Britten, Benjamin - Sirrah! How Dare You! (Act 1) 1608. Britten, Benjamin - Coyle, I Wish I Had Not Come ( 1609. Britten, Benjamin - May God Bless The Queen (Act 1 1701. Owen Wingrave, An Opera In 2 Acts, Op.85 (Original 1702. Britten, Benjamin - There Was A Boy, A Wingrave Bo 1703. Britten, Benjamin - I Envy You, This Fine Old Hous 1704. Britten, Benjamin - Paramore Shall Welcome Woe! (A 1705. Britten, Benjamin - & With His Friend Young Lechme 1706. Britten, Benjamin - Now You May Save Your Scornful 1707. Britten, Benjamin - Ah, Owen, What Shall I Do? (Ac 1708. Britten, Benjamin - Is That You, Coyle? (Act 2) 1709. Britten, Benjamin - Come In...it's Me, Lechmere (A 1801. Death In Venice, Op.88 (Lib. Myfanwy Piper 1911-19 1802. Britten, Benjamin - My Mind Beats On (Act 1) 1803. Britten, Benjamin - Who's That? A Foreigner, A Tra 1804. Britten, Benjamin - Hey There, Hey There, You! (Ac 1805. Britten, Benjamin - Serenissima...low-lying Clouds 1806. Britten, Benjamin - Overture: Venice (Act 1) 1807. Britten, Benjamin - Ah, Serenissima! (Act 1) 1808. Britten, Benjamin - Mysterious Gondola (Act 1) 1809. Britten, Benjamin - We Are Delighted To Greet The 1810. Britten, Benjamin - Was I Wrong To Come? (Act 1) 1811. Britten, Benjamin - There Is Indeed In Every Artis 1812. Myfanwy Piper - Children's Games: Adziu, Adziu (Ac 1813. Britten, Benjamin - Aou'! Stagando, Aou' (Act 1) 1814. Britten, Benjamin - Naturally, Signore, I Understa 1815. Myfanwy Piper - Here Will I Stay, Here Dedicate My 1816. Britten, Benjamin - First, The Race! (Act 1) 1817. Britten, Benjamin - The Boy, Tadzio, Shall Inspire 1901. Death In Venice, Op.88 (Lib. Myfanwy Piper 1911-19 1902. Britten, Benjamin - So, It Has Come To This (Act 2 1903. Britten, Benjamin - Guardate, Signore! (Act 2) 1904. Britten, Benjamin - Do I Detect A Scent? (Act 2) 1905. Britten, Benjamin - Careful Search Now Leads Me To 1906. Britten, Benjamin - This Way For The Players, Sign 1907. Britten, Benjamin - Fiorir Rose In Mezo Al Giasso 1908. Britten, Benjamin - One Moment, If You Please (Act 1909. Britten, Benjamin - In These Last Years (Act 2) 1910. Britten, Benjamin - So It Is True (Act 2) 1911. Britten, Benjamin - Receive The Stranger God (Act 1912. Britten, Benjamin - The Empty Beach: Do What You W 1913. Britten, Benjamin - Yes! A Very Wise Decision (Act 1914. Britten, Benjamin - Hurrah For The Piazza (Act 2) 1915. Britten, Benjamin - Chaos, Chaos & Sickness (Act 2 1916. Britten, Benjamin - The Wind Still Blows From The 1917. Britten, Benjamin - Interlude: Ah, No! (Act 2)

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