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Songs and Airs [electronic resource]

Henry Purcell
Format
Sound Recording; Streaming Audio; Online
Description
1 online resource.
Uniform Title
Songs
Publication
[S.l.] : Virgin Classics, 2009.
Tracks
  • O Solitude! Z406a
  • Tyrannic Love Z613: Ah! how sweet it is to love (song)
  • Not all my torments can your pity move Z400
  • Stripp'd of their green our groves appear Z444
  • Tell me, some pitying Angel (The Blessed Virgin's Expostulation) Z196 (Nahum Tate)
  • If music be the food of love Z379 version 3 (Henry Heveningham)
  • The Fairy Queen Z629: Hark! the echoing air a triumph sings
  • The fatal hour comes on apace Z421
  • In cassum, Lesbia, rogas (The Queen's Epicedium) Z383 (George Herbert)
  • Pausanias Z585: Sweeter than roses (Norton)
  • Cupid, the slyest rogue alive Z367
  • From silent shades (Bess of Bedlam) Z370
  • The Tempest Z631: Dear pretty youth (Thomas Shadwell)
  • From rosy bow'rs (from 'Don Quixote') Z578 (Thomas D'Urfey)
  • Now that the sun hath veiled his light (Evening Hymn) Z193
  • Sophonisba Z590: Beneath a poplar's shadow
  • I attempt from love's sickness (fom 'The Indian Queen' Z630)
  • Let us dance (from 'The Prophetess' Z627) (?Thomas Betterton)
  • O Solitude! Z406
  • Nymphs and Shepherds (from 'The Libertine' Z600)
  • Amidst the shades and cool refreshing streams Z355
  • Love in their little veins inspires (from 'Timon of Athens' Z632)
  • Fly swift ye hours Z369
  • The Indian Queen Z629: They tell us that your mighty powers
  • O let me weep (The Plaint) from 'The Fairy Queen' Z629
  • In the black, dismal dungeon of despair Z190
  • See, even Night herself is here (from 'The Fairy Queen' Z629)
  • The Indian Queen Z630: Why should men quarrel?
  • The Indian Queen Z630: Seek not to know
  • King Richard the Second Z581: Retir'd from mortals' sight
  • To arms, heroic Prince (from 'The Libertine' Z600)
  • Bonduca Z574: O lead me to some peaceful gloom
  • The Tempest Z631: Halcyon Days
  • Bid the Virtues from 'Come ye sons of art away' (Birthday Ode for Queen Mary 1694)
  • A Divine Hymn Z192: Lord, what is man?
  • Oedipus Z583: Music for a while
  • If music be the food of love Z379/1
  • A Scotch Song Z412: Sawney is a bonny lad
  • When I have often heard (from 'The Fairy Queen' Z629)
  • Theodosius Z606: Ah! Cruel, bloody fate
  • Dido and Aeneas Z626: Thy hand, Belinda
  • When I am laid in earth.
Performers
Nancy Argenta, soprano ; Nigel North, archlute, theorbo, baroque guitar ; Richard Boothby, viola da gamba ; Paul Nicholson, harpsichord, chamber organ; John Toll, harpsichord.
Recording Info
Recorded Oct. 1992, Studio 1, Abbey Road, London.
Notes
  • Songs, in part excerpts from operas or incidental music; archlute, baroque guitar, viola da gamba, harpsichord, chamber organ acc., separately or in various combinations.
  • Title from resource description page (viewed Feb. 7, 2013).
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    a| O Solitude! Z406a -- Tyrannic Love Z613: Ah! how sweet it is to love (song) -- Not all my torments can your pity move Z400 -- Stripp'd of their green our groves appear Z444 -- Tell me, some pitying Angel (The Blessed Virgin's Expostulation) Z196 (Nahum Tate) -- If music be the food of love Z379 version 3 (Henry Heveningham) -- The Fairy Queen Z629: Hark! the echoing air a triumph sings -- The fatal hour comes on apace Z421 -- In cassum, Lesbia, rogas (The Queen's Epicedium) Z383 (George Herbert) -- Pausanias Z585: Sweeter than roses (Norton) -- Cupid, the slyest rogue alive Z367 -- From silent shades (Bess of Bedlam) Z370 -- The Tempest Z631: Dear pretty youth (Thomas Shadwell) -- From rosy bow'rs (from 'Don Quixote') Z578 (Thomas D'Urfey) -- Now that the sun hath veiled his light (Evening Hymn) Z193 -- Sophonisba Z590: Beneath a poplar's shadow -- I attempt from love's sickness (fom 'The Indian Queen' Z630) -- Let us dance (from 'The Prophetess' Z627) (?Thomas Betterton) -- O Solitude! Z406 -- Nymphs and Shepherds (from 'The Libertine' Z600) -- Amidst the shades and cool refreshing streams Z355 -- Love in their little veins inspires (from 'Timon of Athens' Z632) -- Fly swift ye hours Z369 -- The Indian Queen Z629: They tell us that your mighty powers -- O let me weep (The Plaint) from 'The Fairy Queen' Z629 -- In the black, dismal dungeon of despair Z190 -- See, even Night herself is here (from 'The Fairy Queen' Z629) -- The Indian Queen Z630: Why should men quarrel? -- The Indian Queen Z630: Seek not to know -- King Richard the Second Z581: Retir'd from mortals' sight -- To arms, heroic Prince (from 'The Libertine' Z600) -- Bonduca Z574: O lead me to some peaceful gloom -- The Tempest Z631: Halcyon Days -- Bid the Virtues from 'Come ye sons of art away' (Birthday Ode for Queen Mary 1694) -- A Divine Hymn Z192: Lord, what is man? -- Oedipus Z583: Music for a while -- If music be the food of love Z379/1 -- A Scotch Song Z412: Sawney is a bonny lad -- When I have often heard (from 'The Fairy Queen' Z629) -- Theodosius Z606: Ah! Cruel, bloody fate -- Dido and Aeneas Z626: Thy hand, Belinda -- When I am laid in earth.
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    a| Purcell, Henry, d| 1659-1695. t| Bess of Bedlam.
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    a| Purcell, Henry, d| 1659-1695. t| Bonduca. p| O lead me to some peaceful gloom.
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    a| Purcell, Henry, d| 1659-1695. t| Come ye sons of art away. p| Bid the virtues.
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    a| Purcell, Henry, d| 1659-1695. t| Cupid, the slyest rogue alive.
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    a| Purcell, Henry, d| 1659-1695. t| Dido and Aeneas. p| When I am laid in earth.
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    a| Purcell, Henry, d| 1659-1695. t| Dioclesian. p| Let us dance.
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    a| Purcell, Henry, d| 1659-1695. t| Don Quixote. p| From rosy bow'rs.
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    a| Purcell, Henry, d| 1659-1695. t| Fatal hour comes on apace.
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    a| Purcell, Henry, d| 1659-1695. t| In the black, dismal dungeon of despair.
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    a| Purcell, Henry, d| 1659-1695. t| Incassum, Lesbia, incassum rogas.
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    a| Purcell, Henry, d| 1659-1695. t| Indian queen. k| Selections.
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    a| Purcell, Henry, d| 1659-1695. t| King Arthur. p| Fairest isle.
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    a| Purcell, Henry, d| 1659-1695. t| Libertine. p| Nymphs and shepherds, come away.
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    a| Purcell, Henry, d| 1659-1695. t| Libertine. p| To arms, heroic prince.
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    a| Purcell, Henry, d| 1659-1695. t| Not all my torments can your pity move.
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    a| Purcell, Henry, d| 1659-1695. t| Now that the sun hath veil'd his light.
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    a| Purcell, Henry, d| 1659-1695. t| O solitude, my sweetest choice.
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    a| Purcell, Henry, d| 1659-1695. t| Pausanias, the betrayer of his country. p| Sweeter than roses.
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    a| Purcell, Henry, d| 1659-1695. t| Retir'd from any mortal's sight.
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    a| Purcell, Henry, d| 1659-1695. t| Tempest. p| Dear pretty youth.
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    a| Purcell, Henry, d| 1659-1695. t| Theodosius. p| Ah, cruel, bloody fate.
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