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Works by Composer PURCELL

'Tis nature's voice. Strike the viol. Ye gentle spirits. Round O. From rosy bow'rs. Hornpipe in E Minor. Let us dance. Hark, the echoing air. Ah, how sweet it is to love. Prelude from Suite No. 4. Dear pretty youth. Music for a while. I attempt from love's sickness to fly. Lilliburlero. If music be the food of love. The Blessed Virgin's Expostulation. If love's a sweet passion''. Now that the sun hath veiled his light

Sally Sanford 

(?): Trumpet Tune

Michael Murray 

(arr. Sandström) Hear my prayer, O Lord

Simon Halsey 

(ed. Tippett and Bergmann) If music be the food of love. An Epithalamium (A Wedding Song). The fatal hour comes on apace. Mad Bess (From silent shades). Sweeter than rose

Martyn Hill 

(orch. Elgar) Jehova, quam multi sunt hostes mei

Douglas Bostock 

10 Sonatas in 4 Parts

Retrospect Tr 
King’s Consort 

10 Sonatas of 4 Parts. 12 Sonatas of 3 Parts

Accademia Farnese 

12 Sonatas of 3 Parts: No. 1 in g, Z 790; No. 2, in B♭, Z 791; No. 3 in d, Z 792; No. 4 in F, Z 793; No. 5 in a, Z 794; No. 6 in C, Z 795; No. 7 in e, Z 796; No. 8 in G, Z 797; No. 9 in c, Z 798; No. 10 in A, Z 799; No. 11 in f, Z 800; No. 12 in D, Z 801

King’s Consort 

12 Songs. If ever I more riches did desire. Laudate Caeciliam

Deller Consort 

16 Anthems for the Chapel Royal

Choir of Trinity College, Cambridge 

3 Parts upon a Ground

Ens CordArte 

5 Songs

Peter Pears 

A Morning Hymn. How Long Great God. The Blessed Virgin’s Expostulation. Lord, What Is Man. Sleep, Adam, Sleep, and Take Thy Rest. An Evening Hymn

Elin Manahan Thomas 
Elin Manahan Thomas 

A New Ground

David Pollock 

A New Ground, Z. T682. Aire in D Minor, Z. T675. Round O, Z. T684

Igor Kipnis 

A New Ground. ADSON, COPERARIO, FARNABY, JOHNSON,

Maurice Steger 

A New Ground; Prelude for Recorder

Ingrid Grave-Müller 

A New Irish Tune [Lilliburlero]. Suite No. 2 in G Minor

Trevor Pinnock 

A New Irish Tune. Minuet. Jig

Andrés Segovia
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 

Abdelazar: Incidental Music

Tafelmusik 

Abdelazar: Rondeau

English C O 

Abdelazar: Suite

Tafelmusik C O 

Abdelazar: Suite. The Gordian Knot Unty'd: Suite. Bonduca: Suite. The Virtuous Wife: Suite. Timon of Athens: Overture and Certain Tune

Parley of Instruments 

Abdelazer (or “The Moors Revenge“), Z. 570: incidental music. The Gordian Knot Untýd, Z. 597: Incidental music. The Old Bachelor, Z. 607: Incidental music. Sonata in D for Trumpet and Strings (Z. 850)

English C O 

Abdelazer: Overture, Rondeau, Air. The Gordian Knot Unty'd: Air. Timon of Athens: Curtain Tune on a Ground. The Fairy Queen: Rondeau; Hornpipe; Overture; Dance for the Fairies; Chaconne. The Married Beau: Hornpipe on a Ground

Martin Pearlman 

Abdelazer: Rondeau

O’Donnell-McCarthy Trumpet & Organ Duo 
Gabriel V Br Qnt 

Abdelazer: Rondeau. Chacony in G minor in Four Parts

Scottish C O 

Abdelazer: Rondo. King Arthur: Overture and Allegro. The Married Beau: March

Empire Brass Qnt 

Abdelazer: Suite

Slovak C O 
London Brass 
Ens Ol Harmonia Nova 

Abdelezar: Rondeau; Air. The Fairy Queen: Incidental Music

Empire Brass 

Ah! How Happy Are We. Sighs for Our Late Sovereign, King Charles II. So! Whsn the Glitt'ring Queen of Night. In Vain the Am'rous Flute. Yes, Daphne. Crown the Altar. After War's Alarms Repeated

Timothy Penrose 

Air

Zuzana Růžičková
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Zuzana Růžičková
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Zuzana Růžičková
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 

Air for the flute

Skip Sempé 

Air in G

Rosemary Joshua 

Air on a Ground Bass

John Williams 
John Williams 

Air, Z.T.675. Voluntary In C, ZD. 341. Sonata in D for Trumpet, Strings, and Continuo, Z, 850

Roger Voisin 

Air. Allegro. Air. Allegro Maestoso

Geijo Hursti 

Airs and Duets

Jeffrey Dooley 
Jeffrey Dooley 

Airs and Instrumental Music

Skip Sempé 
Cook
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 

Allegro and Air

NY Tuba Qrt 

Allegro and Air from King Arthur. Music for Queen Mary II. Two Trumpet Tunes and Ayre

New York Brass Qnt 

Almand in d

Scherzi Musicali 

Amphitryon, or the Two Sosias: Overture; Saraband; Hornpipe; Celia, that I once was blest; Scotch tune; For Iris I Sigh; Air; Minuet; Pastoral dialogue; Hornpipe; Bourée

Kevin Mallon 

An Evening HymnS

Michael Chance 

Anthems, motets, hymns by

John Flutter 

Anthems. March Aand Canzona

George Guest 

Anthems: Remember not, Lord, our offences; Jehova quam multi sunt hostes mei; O sing unto the Lord; Behold, now, praise the Lord; My beloved spake; Hear my prayer, O Lord; Rejoice in the Lord, alway

Andrew Nethsingha  

Arias and songs by

Sumi Jo 
Arthur Endrèze 

Arias by

Leontyne Price
(HALL OF FAME PERFORMANCE)
 

Arise my Muse—Ode for the Queen's Birthday, Z.320. Welcome to All the Pleasures—Ode for St. Cecilia's Day, Z.339. Now does the Glorious Day Appear—Ode for the Queen's Birthday, Z.332

Robert King 

Ayres for the Theatre

Tr Settecento 
Tr Settecento 

Ayres for the Theatre. Chacony in G minor

Parley of Instruments 
Parley of Instruments 

Behold, I bring you glad tidings, Z. 2. Since God so tender a regard, Z. 143. Early, O Lord, my fainting soul, Z. 132. Sleep, Adam, sleep and take thy rest, Z. 195. Awake, ye dead, Z. 182. The earth trembled, Z. 197. The Way of God Is an undeflled way, Z. 56. Lord, not to us but to thy name, Z. 137. Lord, what is man?, Z. 192. Sing unto God, Z. 52. O all ye people, clap your hands, Z. 138. My heart is inditing, Z. 30

Robert King 

Benedicite. Thou knowest, Lord (1 ). Blow up the trumpet. Save me, O God. Remember not, Lord. O God, thou hast cast us out. O Lord, God of hosts. Man that is born of woman. In the midst of life. Thou knowest, Lord (2). / was glad. Lord, how long? O God, thou art my God. Jubilate. I will sing unto the Lord. Hear my prayer, O Lord

Choir of Trinity College, Cambridge 

Bess of Bedlam

Dora Ohrenstein 

Birthday Odes for Queen Mary: Come Ye Sons of Art (1694); Love's Goddess Sure (1692)

David Munrow 

Blessed City, heavenly Salem

Worcester Cathedral Choir 

Blessed is he, Z7

La Rêveuse Ens 

Blow up the trumpet in Sion, Z. 10. The Lord is king, be the people never so impatient, Z. 53. Begin the song, and strike the living lyre, Z. 183. Thy word is a lantern unto my feet, Z. 61. Tell me, some pitying angel (The Blessed Virgin's Expostulation), Z. 196. Hear my prayer, O Lord, Z. 15. Lord, I can suffer thy rebukes, Z. 136. O Lord, our Governor, Z. 141. Remember not, Lord, our offences, Z. 50. Hosanna to the highest, Z. 187. O God, thou hast cast us out, Z. 36

Robert King 

Bonduca: O lead me to some peaceful gloom

Janet Baker 

Britain, thou now art great. O solitude. By beauteous softness mixed. An Evening Hymn. On the brow of Richmord Hill. Te Deum: Vouchsafe, O Lord

James Bowman 

Canary

Zuzana Růžičková
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Zuzana Růžičková
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Zuzana Růžičková
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 

Catches; Anthem: If ever I more riches did desire; Laudate Cecíliám

Deller Consort 

Celebrated Songs, Sacred Airs, and Concerted Pieces for Strings and Harpsichord

Alfred Deller 

Celestial Music—Ode for Mr. Louis Maidwell's School. Now Does the Glorious Day Appear—Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday, 1689

Patricia Clark 

Chaconne

Pinchas Zukerman 
Giovanni Antonini 

Chaconne and Symphonies No. 7 and 2

Quadro Hotteterre 

Chaconne in g

Bernard Labadie 

Chaconne in G

Rosemary Joshua 

Chaconne in G minor

Trevor Pinnock 

Chaconne “Three Parts Upon a Ground.“

Frans Brüggen 

Chaconne, “Timon of Athens”

Richard Egarr 

Chacony

Barbirolli Qrt  

Chacony (arr. Britten)

Bochmann Str Qrt 

Chacony for Strings in G Minor

Leonard Slatkin 

Chacony in g

Gustav Leonhardt 

Chacony in g (arr. Britten)

Emerson Str Qrt 

Chacony in G Minor

Alastair Ross 

Chacony in G Minor for Strings and Continuo, Z. 730

Károly Botvay 

Chacony in G Minor, Z. 730. Chacony in G Minor, Z. 807

Reinhard Goebel 

Chacony in G Minor. 4 Parts upon a Ground: Fantasie (Chaconne)

Marie Leonhardt 

Chacony in G Minor; Suite from Dido and Aeneas

English C O 

Chacony, Z 730

Kevin Mallon 

Chamber Music

London Baroque 

Choral Works

Choir of Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford 

Christ is made the sure foundation

Malcolm Archer 

Cibell in C, Z. 678

Parley of Instruments 

Cibell in C, Z678

Parley of Instruments 

Circe: We must assemble by a sacrifice; Their necessary Aid you use; Come every Demon; Magician’s dance; Pluto, arise!; Lovers who to their first Embraces go

Kevin Mallon 

Come Ye Sons of Art (Birthday Ode for Queen Mary, 1694); Music for the Funeral of Queen Mary

Felicity Lott 

Come ye sons of art, Z.323. Welcome to all the pleasures, Z.339. Funeral Music for Queen Mary. Funeral Sentences

Andrew Parrott 

Come Ye Sons of Art. High on a throne of glitt'ring pre. O Dive custos Auriacae Domus. Incassum Lesbia

James Bowman 

Come Ye Sons of Art. Love’s Goddess Sure

David Munrow 

Come, Ye Sons of Art. High on a throne of glitt'ring ore. O Dive custos Auriacae Domus. Incassum Lesbia, incassum rogas

New York Ens for Early Music’s Grande Bande 
New York Ens for Early Music’s Grande Bande 

Come, ye sons of Art. Praise the Lord, O Jersusalem. Love's goddess sure was blind. Music for the Funeral of Queen Mary. Funeral Sentences

Stephen Cleobury 

Come, Ye Sons of Art: Excerpts

Alfred Deller 

Come, ye sons of art: Strike the viol

Russell Oberlin
(HALL OF FAME PERFORMANCE)
 

Complete Ayres for the Theatre

Roy Goodman 

Complete Fantasies for Viols

Phantasm 

Complete Odes and Welcome Songs, Volume 5

Robert King 

Complete Odes and Welcome Songs, Volume 6

Robert King 

Complete Odes and Welcome Songs, Volume 7

Robert King 

Complete Organ Works

John Butt 

Complete Sonatas of Three and Four Parts. Pavans

Purceil Qrt 

Corant and Hornpipe in d

Scherzi Musicali 

Cornetto Maestoso Fanfare. Prelude et Menuet. Trumpet Tune

Bavarian Brass Soloists of Munich 

Curtain tune on a ground

Jaap Schröder 

D-Major Te Deum; Jubilate; Four Anthems

Simon Preston
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 

Dear pretty youth

Catherine Bott 

Dido and Aeneas

Janet Baker 
Tatiana Troyanos 
Tatiana Troyanos 
D’Anna Fortunato 
Emma Kirkby 
Kirkby
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 
Victoria de los Angeles 
Ann Murray 
Emma Kirkby 
Emma Kirkby 
soloists 
Guillemette Laurens 
Guillemette Laurens 
Jessye Norman 
Trevor Pinnock 
Roderick Shaw 
Ivor Bolton 
Bradley Brookshire 
Richard Hickox 
Kym Amps 
Benjamin Britten 
Anthony Lewis 
René Jacobs 
René Jacobs 
Jacobs
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 
Emmanuelle Haïm 
Emmanuelle Haïm 
Jed Wentz 
Colin Davis 
Geraint Evans 
Elizabeth Kenny 
Teodor Currentzis 
Kenny
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 
Geraint Jones 
Christopher Hogwood  
William Christie  
Leonardo García-Alarcón 
Andrew Parrott 
Vincent Dumestre 
Christopher Monks 
Colin Davis 

Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626

William Christie 

Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626. The Gordian Knot Unty'd, Z. 597

Nicholas McGegan 

Dido and Aeneas. Hail! Bright Cecilia! The Masque in Dioclesian. Come, Ye Sons of Art. My Beloved Spake

Alfred Deller 

Dido and Aeneas. Music for Masques and Plays

Martin Pearlman 

Dido and Aeneas. Ode for St. Cecilia's Day (“Welcome to All the Pleasures“)

John Eliot Gardiner 

Dido and Aeneas. Overture in G Minor, Z. 722. Abdelazar, Z. 570: Four Dances. Chaconne in G Minor, Z. 730

Jeanne Lamon 

Dido and Aeneas. The Fairy Queen: Suite

Julianne Baird
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Julianne Baird
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 

Dido and Aeneas. The Masque of Cupid and Bacchus.

Jed Wentz 

Dido and Aeneas: Ah! Belinda; Thy hand, Belinda ... When I Am Laid in Earth

Xenia Meijer 

Dido and Aeneas: Dido's Lament. Interviews: “Desert Island Discs,“ BBC Radio, April 23, 1952; “Flagstad talks about singing Wagner,“ London, 1949

Kirsten Flagstad 

Dido and Aeneas: Dido’s Lament

Leopold Stokowski 
Charles Rosekrans 
Les Voix Humaines 
Edin Karamazov 
José Serebrier 

Dido and Aeneas: Excerpts

Raymond Leppard 

Dido and Aeneas: Overture; Ah, Belinda; Oft she visits; Thy Hand, Belinda

Anna Prohaska 

Dido and Aeneas: Overture; When I am laid

Carolyn Watkinson 

Dido and Aeneas: Suite

Arthur FiedlerEugene Ormandy 

Dido and Aeneas: Thy Hand Belinda; Dido’s Lament

Boston Br 

Dido and Aeneas: Thy hand, Belinda . . . When I am laid in earth

Elly Ameling 

Dido and Aeneas: Thy hand, Belinda... When I am laid In earth

Ewa Podles 

Dido and Aeneas: When I am laid in earth

Janet Baker 
Gillian Fisher 
Jessye Norman 

Dido and Aeneas: When I Am Laid in Earth

Jessye Norman 
Cheryl Barker 
Cheryl Barker 
Danielle de Niese 

Dido and Aeneas: When I am Laid in Earth

Leopold Stokowski 
Leopold Stokowski 

Dido and Aeneas: When I am Laid in Earth. If Music be the Food of Love

Maggie Teyte 

Dido and Aeneas: When Í Am Laid in Earth ' ; With Drooping Wings

Robert Shaw 

Dido and Åeneas

Andrew Parrott 

Dido’s Farewell

Elg 

Dido’s Lament

Matthias Bamert 

Didó and Aeneas: When I Am Laid in Earth (Kirsten Flagstad)

Various 
Various 

Dioclesian, Z. 627. Timon of Athens, Z. 632

Richard Hickox 

Dioclesian: Dance; First Music; Chaconne; Prelude; Since from my dear; Let us dance; Butterfly Dance

Dorothee Mields 

Dioclesian: Suite [instrumental pieces], Z. 627. If music be the food of love, Z. 379A. Lost is my quiet, Z. 502. Oh how happy's he, Z. 403. Let the soldiers rejoice, Z. 627 (9b)

Gottfried von der Goltz 

Diocletian, or The Prophetess. Timon of Athens

John Eliot Gardiner 

Diocletian: Chaconne "two in one upon a ground"

Mark Caudle 

Disc 1: Magnificat and Nunc dimittis in G Minor. O God thou hast cast us out. O Lord God of hosts. Remember not Lord our offenses. Lord how long wilt thou be angry. O God thou art my God. Man that is born of a woman. Thou knowest Lord the secrets of our hearts. Jehova quam multi sunt hostes mei. Disc 2: Te Deum and Jubilate in D. Benedicite omnia opera. Cantate Domino. Deus misereatur. Magnificat and Nunc dimittis in B Flat. Disc 3: My heart is inditing. O sing unto the Lord. My beloved spake. They that go down to the sea in ships. Praise the Lord O Jerusalem

Choir of Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford 

Don Quixote. Judith Nelson and Emma Kirkby, sopranos; James Bowman, counter-tenor; Martyn Hill, tenor; David Thomas, bass

Acad of Ancient Music 

Draw near, you lovers, Z. 462 . While Thirsis, wrapp'd in downy sleep, Z.437. Love, thou canst hear, Z. 396. I loved fair Celia, Z. 381“. What hope for us remains, Z. 472. Pastora's beauties when unblown, Z. 407. A thousand sev'ral ways I tried, Z. 359. Urge me no more, Z. 426. Farewell, all joys, Z. 368. If music be the food oř to ve (setting 1), Z 379B“. Amidst the shades, Z. 355. They say you're angry, Z. 422. Let each gallant heart, Z. 390. This poet sings the Trojan wars, Z. 423. Ah, how pleasant 'tis to love, Z. 353. My heart, whenever you appear, Z. 399*. On the brow of Richmond Hill, Z. 405. Rashly I swore, Z. 411. Since the pox or the plague, Z. 471. Beneath a dark and melancholy grove, Z. 461. Musing on cares of human fate, Z. 467. Whilst Cynthia sung, Z. 438. How I sigh when I think, Z. 374. Ye happy swains, Z. 443. Beware, poor shepherds, Z. 361. See how the fading glories of the year, Z. 470. Cease, anxious world, Z. 362. 0! fair Cedaria,Z. 402

Barbara Bonney 

Evening Hymn

David Daniels 

Excerpts from operas by

Undetermined 

Fairest isle, gentle murmurs. A new Irish tune. Hornpipes. Ground upon Gamut. All people that on earth. How pleasant is this flowery plain. Three treble parts upon a ground. A new ground. Music for a while. No stars again shall hurt you

Jean Tubéry 

Fairest isle. She loves and she confesses too. Dido and Aeneas: Dido’s lament

Barbara Bonney 

Fairy Queen: Hark the echoing air

Kathleen Ferner 

Fairy Queen: Hark! The echoing air; Turn then thine eyes; Ye gentle spirits of the air

Russell Oberlin
(HALL OF FAME PERFORMANCE)
 

Fairy Queen: Suite. Dido's Lament. Abdelazer. Timon of Athens. Rondo Overture. Curtain Tune on a Ground. Sonata. Offertory. O Lord, Let My Prayer Reach Thou. Fantasia upon One Note. Westminster Suite

Le Concert Arban 

Falrest Isle. Here the deities approve. I attempt from love's sickness to fly. Sweeter than roses

James Bowman 

Fantaisies: (arr. Warlock)

Anthony Bernard 

Fantaisies: No. 3

Anthony Bernard 

Fantaisies: No. 9

Anthony Bernard 

Fantasia

Dorothee Mields 

Fantasia a5. In nomine a6. a7

Phantasm 

Fantasia No. 13 in F, Z. 746 (“Fantasia Upon One Note“)

Peter Pears 

Fantasia No. 8, Z. 739

Amsterdam Loeki Stardust Qrt 

Fantasia à 5 (“Upon one note“). Fantasia à 4 (“Three parts on a ground“). Fantasia à 4 (“Chacony“)

Frans Brüggen 

Fantasia, “Three parts upon a ground.“

David Munrow 

Fantasia: Three parts on a ground, in D

Marie Leonhardt 

Fantasias

London Baroque
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 

Fantasias and In Nomines

Sit Fast 

Fantasias for the Viols

Savall
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 
Jordi Savall 

Fantasias: I–III, in 3 Parts; IV–XII, in 4 Parts; upon 1 Note

Fretwork 

Fantasias: I–III, in 3 Parts; IV–XIII, in 4 Parts; upon 1 Note

Les Voix Humaines 

Fantasias: No. 6 in F; No. 10 in E Minor; No. 11 in G

Lindsay Str Qrt 
Lindsay Str Qrt 

Fantasies for Viols

Ulsamer Collegium 

Fantasies in d and G; In Nomine

James Bowman 

Fantasy Upon 1 Note

Dorothee Mields 

Fantasy upon one note

John Holloway 

Fantasy upon one note. Fantasy in Nomine à 6. Fantasy in Nomine à 7

Lutz Köhler 

Fantazias, Z 745, 738

Alexander Blachly 
Alexander Blachly 

Fantazias: No. 6 in F; No. 8 in d; No. 10 in e; No. 11 in G

Emerson Str Qrt 

Fantazias: Nos. 4,10, 5,12,11, 7, 8, 6. Chacony in g

Amsterdam Loeki Stardust Qrt 

Fear No Danger to Ensue. An Evening Rondeau

Canterbury Clerkes 

Fly swift, ye hours

Russell Oberlin
(HALL OF FAME PERFORMANCE)
 

Fly, bold rebellion, Z324. Sound the trumpet, beat the drum, Z335. Celebrate this festival, Z321

Robert King 

Four Suites for String Orchestra. Harpsichord Music

Fritz Mahler 

From Rosy Bow’rs. Kind Fortune Smiles. How I Sigh When I Think of the Charms. Nymphs and Shepherds

Georgine Resick 

Funeral Music for Queen Mary

Clark Rundell 
Robin Browning 

Funeral Music for Queen Mary: March; Canzona; March

Richard Harvey 

Funeral Music for Queen Mary: March; Thou knowest, Lord, the secrets of our hearts

James Savage 

Funeral Sentences (Musique funebre pour la reine Mary)

Philippe Herreweghe 

Funeral Sentences for the Death of Queen Mary II. Welcome to All the Pleasures

Vincent Dumestre 

Great God, and Just. My Song Shall Be Always

Rosemary Joshua 

Ground in C

Paul McCreesh  
Rosemary Joshua 

Ground In C. Ophelia’s Mad Song. Dido’s Lament. With Drooping Wings

Dorothee Mields 

Ground in D

Rosemary Joshua 

Ground in d. Roundo in d

Scherzi Musicali 

Ground in E minor

Irma Rogell 

Ground in Gamut. Sonata VII in e. Pavan for 2 violins in a. Fantazia 3 in G. Sonata VI in d. Chacony in g. Prelude and Ground in c. Sonata V in g. Harpsichord Suite in d

Ens CordArte 

Ground “Crown the Altar“ in D Minor. Ground in C Minor. Suite in D

Gustav Leonhardt 

Hail! Bright Cecilia

Jennifer Smith 
Penelope Rapson 

Hail! Bright Cecilia (Ode for St. Cecilia)

soloists 

Hail! Bright Cecilia: Thou tun’st this world

Emma Kirkby 

Hail, bright Cecilia!, Z. 328. My beloved spake, Z. 28. O sing unto the Lord, Z. 44

Paul McCreesh 

Hark how the wild musicians sing (Symphony Songs)

Peter Holman 

Hark! Hark! How all things. Crown the altar, deck the shrine. If music be the food of love. Not all my torments. O let me weep. I attempt from love's sickness to fly. Olinda in the shades unseen. Urge me no more. Bess of Bedlam. Lovely, lovely Albína. Sweeter than roses. Dear pretty youth. When first Amintas sued for a kiss. The cares of lovers. Ye gentle spirits of the air. An Evening Hymn

Emma Kirkby 

Hark! Hark! How All Things. Crown the Altar, Deck the Shrine. If Music Be the Food of Love. Not All My Torments. The PlainHO, O Let Me Weep!). I Attempt from Love's Sickness to Fly. Olinda in the Shades Unseen. Urge Me No More. Bess of Bedlam. Lovely, Lovely Albina. Sweeter Than Roses. Dear Pretty Youth. When First Amintas Sued fora Kiss. The Cares of Lovers. An Evening Hymn. Ye Gentle Spirits of the Air

Emma Kirkby 

Hark, Damon, hark, Z. 541. Hark, how the wild musicians sing, Z. 542. How pleasant is this flowery plain and grove, Z. 543. If ever I more riches did desire, Z. 544. We reap all the pleasures, Z. 547. Oh! What a scene does entertain my sight, Z. 506. See where she sits, Z. 506. Soft notes and gently raised, Z. 510. Four Pavans, Z. 751-54

Peter Holman 

Hark, how the wild musicians sing. Soft notes and gently raised

Jean Tubéry 

Harmonia Sacra

Paul McCreesh 

Harmonia Sacra. Complete Organ Music

Jill Feldman 

Hear me, O Lord, Z 133

La Rêveuse Ens 

Hear my prayer

John Scott 

Hear My Prayer

Scott Inglis-Kidger 

Hear my prayer, O Lord

Richard Marlow 
Simon Halsey 

Here Let My Life; But Ah, I See Eusebia Drown’d in tears; Symphony for the Flutes; Strike the Viol; Her Charming Strains; Chaconne; A Song in the Prophetess; Symphony for the Flutes; No, no Resistance Is but Vain; I Loved Fair Celia; Sweetness of Nature

Carlos Mena 

Here the Deities Approve. Music for a While. O Dive Custos. O Solitude, My Sweetest Choice. Pavan in g. Now That the Sun Hath Veiled His Light

Andreas Scholl 

Here the Deities approve; ’Twas within a Furlong of Edinboro Town; With Him He Brings the Partner, I saw that You were grown so High; Bess of Bedlam; The Plaint

Jennifer Lane 

Here the deities approve; ’Twas within a furlong; Ground in C minor. I saw that you were grown so high. O solitude. Bess of Bedlam. The plaint

Jennifer Lane 

Hornpipe

Brynjar Hoff 

Hornpipe in e

Scherzi Musicali 

Hornpipe, Z T684

Richard Egarr 

How long, great God, Z189

La Rêveuse Ens 

How Long, Great God. Not All My Torments Can Your Pity Move. The Knotting Song. The Fatal Hour Comes on Apace. If Music Be the Food of Love (first setting). An Evening Hymn. Musica Sacra: We Sing to Him. The Prophetess: What Shall I Do to Show How Much I Love Her?; Since from My Dear Astrea's Sight. Oedipus: Music for a While. The Fairy Queen: The Plaint; One Charming Night. Ode for St. Cecilia's Day: Here the Deities. Approve

James Bowman 

I Came, I saw, and was undon. They say youre angry. No; to what purpose. She loves, and she confesses

Anthony Rooley 

I love and I must

Russell Oberlin
(HALL OF FAME PERFORMANCE)
 

I Was Glad

Memorial Univ of Newfoundland C Choir 

I was glad when they said unto me

Robert King 

I was glad when they said unto me, 1685. O consider my adversity, Z32. Beati omnes qui tlment Dominum, Z131.1 was glad when they said unto me, Z19. In the black dismal dungeon of despair, Z190. Save me, O God, Z51. Te Deum and Jubilate in B♭, Z230. Thy way, O God, is holy, Z60. The Music for the Funeral of Queen Mary, 1695

Robert King 

I was glad, Z19

La Rêveuse Ens 

I was glad. Hear my prayer. O God, Thou cast us out. Remember not, Lord

John Harper 

I will give thanks unto the Lord, Z 21

Tom Wilkinson 
Tom Wilkinson 
Tom Wilkinson 

I will give thanks unto the Lord, Z. 21“ -1 will sing unto the Lord as long as I live, Z. 22- -. How have I stray'd, Z. 188. Benedlctus In B♭, Z. 230/2 . Hear my prayer, O God, Z. . Kyrie In B♭, Z. 230/5. Out of the deep, Z. 45. Nicene Creed In B♭, Z. 23. Blessed Is he that considered the poor, Z. 7. The Lord Is king, and hath put on glorious apparel, Z. N69. Unto thee will I cry, Z. 63

Robert King 

I Will Love Thee. O Lord Our Governor. Blessed Is He Whose Righteousness. Who Hath Believed. Out of the Deep. Hear me O Lord

Stephen Darlington 

If ever I had mors riches did desire, Z 544

Kevin Mallon 

If Love's a sweet Passion/When Young at the Bar (arr. Gay/Pepusch)

Ens Musick Fyne 

If Music Be the Food of Love

Catherine Robbin 

If music be the food of love (2, 3). Oh! fair Cedaria. I see she fly's me. The sparrow and the gentle dove. Fly swift, ye hours. Cinthia frowns. Not all my torments. Fairest isle. Love thou can 'st hear. Let us dance. Sweeter than roses. Beneath a poplar's shadow. Ah! cruel nymph. Music for a while

Paul Esswood 

If music be the food of love (first version). Sweeter than roses. Not all my torments. More love or more disdain. The fatal hour. A New Ground. If music be the food of love (third version). Urge me no more. Solitude, a song on a Ground. Round-O. I attempt from love's sickness to fly. An Evening Hymn on a Ground. Minuet. Bess of Bedlam

Anna Carol Dudley 

If music be the food of love, Z. 379a. Three Parts upon a Ground, Z. 731. Close thine eyes, Z. 184. Ground in Gamut, Z. 645. Rejoice in the Lord alway, Z. 49. Voluntary in D Minor, Z. 718. Funeral Sentences, Z. 27. Fantázia VIII, Z. 739. Of all the instruments that are, Z. 263. The Fairy Queen: Masque of the Four Seasons (Act IV)

Andrew Parrott 

If music be the food of love. Abdelazer: 2 Airs The Plaint: O, let me weep

Barbara Bonney 

If music be the food of love. Ah! How pleasant't is to love. Nymphs and shepherds, come away. Sweet, be no longer sad. There's not a swain on the plain. I saw that you were grown so high. I'll sail upon the dog-star. I see she files me ev'rywhere. More love or more disdain I crave. Sylvia, now your scorn give over. Turn then thine eyes. Music for a while. Sweeter than roses. Man is for the woman made. Fairest isle of isles excelling. Now that the sun hath veil'd his light. Incassum, Lesbia, incassum rogas. Lord, what is man

Philippe Huttenlocher 

If Music Be the Food of Love. Bess of Bedlam

Andrew Lawrence-King 

If Music Be the Food of Love. Sound the Trumpet. Strike the Viol. Chacony. Fairest Isle. What Power Art Thou. Chacony in g. One Charming Night. Sweeter Than Roses. When I Am Laid in Earth. The Gordian Knot: Incidental Music

Andreas Scholl 

If Music Be the Food of Love. What Can We Poor Females Do?

Elizabeth Ritchie 

In all our Cinthia's shining sphere. Tell me why. As Amoret and Thyrsis lay. Fair Iris. Go tell Amynta. Why, my Daphne. What can we poor females do? Love and despair. In some kind dream. What a sad fate. Lost is my quiet. Stript of their green. You say 'tis love. For love ev'ry creature is formed

Emma Kirkby 

In all our Cinthia’s shining sphere. Tell me why. As Amoret and Thyrsis lay. Fair Iris and her swain. Why, my Daphne, why complaining? What can we poor females do? Love and despair. In some kind dream. What a sad fate is mine. Lost is my quiet for ever. Stript of their green our groves appear. You say ’tis love. For love ev’ry creature is formed by his nature

Emma Kirkby 

In guilty night. Now that the sun hath veiTd his light (Evening Hymn). The Blessed Virgin's expostulation. Lord, what is man. Close thine eyes. The night is come

Concerto Vocale 

In Guilty Night. Plung’d in the Confines of Despair. Awake, Ye Dead. The Earth Trembled. My Op’ning Eyes are Purg’d. With Sick and Famish’d Eyes

Paul McCreesh  

In nomine: in 6 Parts; In 7 Parts

Fretwork 
Les Voix Humaines 

In thee, O Lord, Z. Í6 . Blessed is the man that feareth the Lord, Z. 9***. Benedicite in B♭, Z 230(3) . Jehova, quam multi sunt hostes mei, Z. 135 . Full of wrath, his threatening breath, Z. 185 [by Humphrey Brailsford]. Bow down thine ear, O Lord, Z. 11. Evening Service in G Minor, Z. 29Í*** Be merciful unto me, Z. 4. They that go down to the sea in ships, Z. 57

Robert King 

In These Delightful Pleasant Groves

David Johnson 

In vain the am’rous Flute. An Evening Hymn

Scherzi Musicali 

Incassum, Lesbia

Anne Sofie von Otter 

Incidental Music from Oedipus. Christchurch Bells. I gave her cakes and ale. 'Tis wine was made to rule the day. He that drinks is immoral. Tom the Taylor. Sir Walter. Arise ye subterranean winds. Lost is my quiet for ever. When the cock begins to crow. My lady's coachman John. As Roger last night. Hark, how the wild musicians. Not all my torments. Laudate Cecíliám

Mark Brown 

Instrumental Music

Thomas Hengelbrock 

I’ll Sail Upon the Dog-Star. Jack Thou’rt a Toper. The Triumphing Dance. Oh the Sweet Delights of Love. Dance of the Bacchanals. O Solitude

Dorothee Mields 

Jehova, quam multi sunt hostes mei

Stephen Cleobury 

Jehova, quam multi sunt hostes mei. Lord, what is man? Hosanna to the highest. Tell me, some pitying angel. Since God so tender a regard. In the midst of life. Thou know’st, Lord. O all ye people, clap your hands. In guilty night. The night is come. Close thine eyes and sleep secure. Now that the Sun hath veil’d his light

William Christie 

Jehova, quam multi sunt. Miserere mei. Man that is born of woman. In the midst of life. Thou knowest, Lord, the secrets of our hearts. Incassum, Lesbia, rogas. Love's goddess sure was blind. O dive custos Auriacae domus, “Elegy for Queen Mary II.“: March and Canzona in c

Harry Christophers 

Jehova, quam multi sunt. Miserere mei. Remember not, Lord, our offences. Beati omnes qui timent Dominum. Let mine eyes run down with tears. O dive custos. Funeral Sentences (Set 1)

Harry Christophers 

Jehova, quam multi sunt. My beloved spake. O God, Thou hast cast us out. Hear my prayer

soloists 

Keyboard Grounds: Z 681–682; 645; Z D221–222

Richard Egarr 

Keyboard Suites: Z 660–663; Z 666–Z 668; Z-668 Prelude

Richard Egarr 

Keyboard works by

John Kitchen 

King Arthur

Deller Choir 
Deller Choir 
Elsie Morison 
Jennifer Smith 
Jennifer Smith 
soloists
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 
soloists
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 
soloists 
Jacques Grimbert 
Trevor Pinnock 
Hervé Niquet 
Nikolaus Harnoncourt 
Nikolaus Harnoncourt
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 

King Arthur, I, II. Dido and Aeneas. The Married Beau. Bonduca. The Fairy Queen. Timon of Athens. The Rival Sisters. Abdelazer. The Old Bachelor. Distressed Innocence. The Indian Queen

Bournemouth Sinfonietta 

King Arthur, or, The British Worthy, Z. 628

William Christie 

King Arthur. Extracts

Deller Consort 

King Arthur. The Indian Queen. Dioclesian. The Fairy Queen

Sir Neville Marriner 

King Arthur. The Masque from Timon of Athens

Deller Consort 

King Arthur: Chaconne

Benjamin Britten 

King Arthur: Excerpts

Alfred Deller 

King Arthur: For Love Ev’ry Creature; Hornpipe; Bouree

Dorothee Mields 

King Arthur: Overture

Empire Brass Qnt 

King Arthur: Overture; Air. The Fairy Queen: Chaconne; Rondeau; Overture

Solid Brass 

King Arthur: Suite

Alison Balsom  

King Arthur: Suite for Strings

Josef Vlach 

King Arthur: Suite,

Jan Willem de Vriend 

King Arthur: Symphony

Mark Bennett 

King Arthur; Fairest llse

Yvonne Kenny 

Let us dance. Fairest isle. Sweeter than roses

Paul Esswood 

Lord, not to us, Z137

La Rêveuse Ens 

Lord, what Is man, Z. 192. O Solitude, Z. 406. In the black, dismal dungeon, Z. 190. Lord I can suffer thy rebukes, Z. 136. Voluntary in G, Z. 720. In guilty night, Z. 134. Voluntary in C, Z. 717. Plung'd in the confines, Z. 142. Awake, ye dead, Z. 182. The earth trembled, Z. 197. With sick and famish'd eyes, Z. 200. O, I'm sick of life, Z. 140. Close thine eyes, Z. 184. Funeral Sentences Z. 27

Paul McCreesh 

Lord, What Is Man. Let the Night Perish

Rosemary Joshua 

Lord, What Is Man. O Solitude. In the Black, Dismal Dungeon of Despair. Lord, I Can Suffer Thy Rebukes

Paul McCreesh  

Lost in my quiet. Sweeter than roses. I spy Celia. Since time so kind to us does prove. Here's that will challenge all the fair. When the cock begins to crow

Hilliard Ens 

Love Songs

Mields
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 

Love, thou can’st hear, though thou art blind

Russell Oberlin
(HALL OF FAME PERFORMANCE)
 

Lovely Albina’s come ashore

Russell Oberlin
(HALL OF FAME PERFORMANCE)
 

Love’s Madness

Mields
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 

Lulliburlero

Robin Blaze 

Man Is for the Woman Made

Peter Pears 

March and Canzona for the Funeral of Queen Mary. ANON., SERISMY,: and

Brass Qnt of Paris 

March and Canzona, Z. 860. Thou knowest, Lord (setting 2), Z. 58C. Funeral Sentences (setting 1), Z. 27. Rejoice in the Lordalway, Z. 49. Remember not, Lord, our offences, Z. 50. Voluntary in C, Z. 717. Give sentence with me, O God, Z. i2. Jehova, quam multi sunt hostes mei, Z. 735'. O, I'm sick of life, Z. ?40. Double Verse [Voluntary] in G, Z. 720. My beloved spake, Z. 2s. Hear my prayer, O Lord, Z. 15. O God, thou art my God, Z. 35

David Hill 

March and Gigue. If Love's a Sweet Passion. Trumpet Tune in D

Rolf Smedvig 

Minuet, Siciliana, Gavotte, Air

Alfred Cortot 

Minuet, Sicilienne, Gavotte, Air

Alfred Cortot 

Mr. Purcell's Most Admirable Composures

James Bowman 

Music by

Monteverdi Ch 
René Jacobs 
Anthony Rooley 
Roland Schnorhk 
Los Angeles Guitar Qrt 
Mordecai Shehori 
Paul Steinitz 
Emma Curtis 
Kah-Ming Ng 
Alfred Deller 
Jordi Savall 
William Neil 
Marino Formenti
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Formenti
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 
Robin Blaze 
Alfred Deller 
Marino Formenti 
Scott Farrell 
Alison Melville 
Roger Norrington 
Colm Carey 
Palladian Ens 
Varda Kotler
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 

Music for a While

Garth Knox 

Music for a While, and 14 Other Songs

Paul Esswood 

Music for a While. 13 other songs

Alfred Deller 

Music for a While. I attempt from Love’s Sickness. Ah! How Sweet. Lord, What Is Man. Hark! How All Things. If Music Be the Food of Love. The Blessed Virgin’s Expostulation. Evening Hymn

Dawn Upshaw 

Music for a while. If music be the food of love. Ah! how sweet it is to love. An Epithalamium. Sweeter than roses. From rosy bow’rs. Not all my torments. Crown the altar. Dido and Aeneas: When I am laid to earth

Christine Schäfer 

Music for a While. Songs by Henry Purcell

Paul Esswood 

Music for Harpsichord

Kenneth Gilbert 

Music for Strings; Three Elegies. Martyn Hill, tenor; Christopher Keyte, bass

Acad of Ancient Music 

Music for the Funeral of Queen Mary

Amor Artis Chorale 

Music for the Theater: Orchestral Suites from Dido and Aeneas, The Fairy Queen, Dioclesian, Abdelazar, King Arthur

City of London C O 

Music for Voices and Strings

Graham O’Reilly 

Music from The Prophetess, Z. 627; King Arthur, Z. 628; The Fairy Queen, Z. 629; The Indian Queen, Z. 630; The Married Beau, Z. 603; The Old Batchelor, Z. 607; Amphitryon, Z. 572; The Double Dealer, Z. 592; Distressed Innocence, Z. 577; The Gordian Knot Untied, Z. 597; Abdelazar, Z. 570; Bonduca, Z. 574; The Virtuous Wife, Z. 611; Sir Anthony Love, Z 588/1; Timon of Athens, Z. 632/1. Overture in G Minor, Z. 631/1

Roy Goodman 

Music from “The Fairy Queen“: Rondeau; Dance of the Fairies; Chaconne

Carlos Bonnell 

Music of

Emma Kirkby 
Choir of the Ely Cathedral 
Hilliard Ens 
Cambridge Singers 
Bernhard Klebel 
William Christie 
John Rutter 
Johannes Rahe 
John Rutter 
Richard Marlow 
Richard Marlow 
Stephen Darlington 
Martin Neary 
Minstrelsy 
Jeannette Sorrell 
English Singers of London 
Rundell
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 
James O’Donnell 
James O’Donnell 
Valentin Radu
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Valentin Radu
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Elizabeth Anderson 
William McKie 
Christopher Monks 
Harry Christophers 
Jeanne Lamon
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Jeanne Lamon
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Jeanne Lamon
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Colm Carey 
Tafelmusik Baroque O 
Varda Kotler
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Stade
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 

Music Of

City Waites 

Musick for a while. Sweeter than Roses

Scherzi Musicali 

MUSIK'S HAND-MAID

Andrew Lawrence-King 

My beloved spake. Chacony in G Minor

Dennis Townhill 

My heart is inditing. I was glad

Choir of Westminster Abbey 

My Opening Eyes Are Purged

Rosemary Joshua 

New Ground in e

Scherzi Musicali 

New Irish Tune. New Scotch Tune. Abdelazer: Round 0

Larry Weeks 

New Irish Tune. New Scotch Tune. Abdelazer: Round O

Larry Weeks 

New Irish Tune. Suite No. 2 in G Minor

Trevor Pinnock 

No, no, no, resistance is but vain. Sweeter than Roses. Lovely Albina. Let the dreadfull Engines. From Rosie Bow'rs. Love thou canst hear. The Fatal Hour. Lost is my Quiet. Bacchus is a Pow'r divine

Anthony Rooley 

Not all my torments. O, O let me Weep! Lovely Albina. Sweeter than roses. Bess of Bedlam. Music for a while. Incassum, Lesbia. An Evening Hymn

Marianne Cotterill 

Now does the glorious day appear. Celestial music

Soloists & choir of the Accademia Monteverdiana 

Now that the sun hath veiled its light

Russell Oberlin
(HALL OF FAME PERFORMANCE)
 

Nymphs and shepherds

Cathy Berberian 

Nymphs and Shepherds (Manchester Children's Choir)

Undetermined 

O God, thou hast cast us out. My heart is inditing. Remember not, Lord, our offences

Gustav Leonhardt 

O Lord, Grant the Queen a Long Life

Benjamin Britten 

O Lord, rebuke me not, Z. 40. With sick and famish'd eyes, Z. 200. How long, great God, Z. 189. Awake, and with attention hear, Z. 181. O God, thou art my God, Z. 35. We sing to him, whose wisdom form'd the ear, Z. 199. Praise the Lord, O my soul, and all that is within me, Z. 47. O, I'm sick of life, Z. 140. O God, the king of glory, Z. 34. Let the night perish (Job's Curse), Z. 191. When on my sick bed I languish, Z. 144. Rejoice in the Lord alway (“The Bell Anthem“), Z. 49

Robert King 

O Sing Unto the Lord. Remember Not, Lord. Jehova, Quam Multi Sunt Hostes. Evening Hymn. O God, Thou Art My God. Morning Hymn. I Was Glad. Hear My Prayer, O Lord. Voluntary in G

John Scott
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 

O Solitude, Z. 406. If Music be the food of Love, Z. 379C. Not all my Torments, Z. 400. From silent shades (Mad Bess), Z. 370. Lord, What is Man, Z. 192. Sleep, Adam, Sleep, Z. 195. Now that the Sun hath Veil'd his Light (An Evening Hymn), Z. 193. The Fatal Hour comes on apace, Z. 421. The Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Thrice happy lovers; Hark! the echoing Air; Hark! how all things. Hail, Bright Cecilia, Z. 328/4: 'Tis Nature's Voice. The Rival Sisters, or The Violence of Love, Z. 609: Celia has a thousand Charmes. The Indian Queen, Z. 630/17h: I Attempt from Love's sickness to fly. Pausanias, the Betrayer of his Country, Z. 585: Sweeter than Roses. Celebrate this Festival, Z. 321/7: Crown the Altar. Welcome to all the Pleasures, Z. 339: Here the Deities approve. Fly, Bold Rebellion, Z. 324: Be Welcome then, Great Sir. Oedipus: Musick for a while

Drew Minter 

O solitude. Ah! how sweet it is to love. Not all my torments. Stripp'd of their green. Tell me, some pitying angel. If music be the food of love. Hark! hark! the echoing air. The fatal hour comes on apace. Incassum, Lesbia. Sweeter than roses. Cupid, the slyest roque alive. From silent shades. Dear pretty youth. From rosy bow'rs. Now that the sun hath veil'd his light. Beneath a poplar's shadow. I attempt from love's sickness to fly. Let us dance. Fairest isle. O solitude

Nancy Argenta 

O Solitude: Songs and Airs

Argenta
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 

O Solitude; O Lord, God of Hosts; O give thanks; My song shall be away; Hear my prayer O Lord; Blow up the trumpet of Sion

Deller Consort 

O Solitude—Songs and Airs

Nancy Argenta 

O, I Am Sick of Life. Close Thine Eyes. Funeral Sentences for the Death of Queen Mary II (1695)

Paul McCreesh  

O, I’m sick of life, Z140

La Rêveuse Ens 

Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday, 1692,1. 334 (“Love's goddess sure was blind“). Ode for St. Cecilia's Day, Z. 334 (“Raise, raise the voice“). Ode for St. Cecilia's Day, Z. 329 (“Laudate Cecíliám“). Welcome Song for Charles II, Z. 326 (“From those serene and rapturous joys“)

Robert King 

Ode for St. Cecilia's Day. Rejoice in the Lord Alway

soloists 

Ode for the Birthday of Queen Mary II, 1694 (“Come, Ye Sons of Art, Away“). Ode for St. Cecilia's Day, 1683 (“Welcome to All the Pleasures“). The Yorkshire Feast Song, 1690(“OfOld, When Heroes Thought It Base“)

Trevor Pinnock 

Ode for the Birthday of Queen Mary, Z. 338 (“Welcome, welcome, glorious morn“). Welcome Song for King Charles II, Z. 337 (“The summer's absence unconcerned we bear“). Ode for the Centenary of Trinity College Dublin, Z. 327 (“Great Parent, Hail!“)

Robert King 

Ode on St. Cecilia's Day (1692). Voluntary, Z.718

Taverner Consort 

Ode on St. Cecilia's Day 1692

Parrott
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 

Ode on St. Cecilia's Day—“Welcome to All the Pleasures“ ( 1683). Ode on Queen Mary's Birthday (1692)

Alfred Deller 

Ode to St. Cecilia, “Hail! Bright Cecilia”

Marc Minkowski 

OdeforSt. Cecilia's Day, 1692 (“Hail! Bright Cecilia“). Ode for the Birthday of the Duke of Gloucester, 1695 (“Who Can From Joy Refrain?“)

Robert King 

Odes and Welcome Songs, Volume 3

Robert King 

Odes for Queen Mary: Now does the glorious day appear; Love's goddess sure was blind; Come ye sons of art

Gustav Leonhardt 

Odes for Saint Cecilia’s Day: Hail bright Cecilia; Welcome to All the Pleasures

Philippe Herreweghe 

Oedipus. Music fora while (soprano, viola da gamba, harpsichord). Bess of Bedlam: From silent shades and the Elysian groves (soprano, harpsichord)

Deryck Aird 
Deryck Aird 

Oedipus: Music for a while

David Daniels 
Russell Oberlin
(HALL OF FAME PERFORMANCE)
 

Oedipus: Music for a While. King Arthur: Fairest Isle. Dioclesian: Since from My Dear Astrea's Sight. The Indian Queen: I Attempt from My Love's Sickness to Fly. Rule a Wife and Have a Wife: There's Not a Swain. The Rival Sisters: Take Not a Woman's Anger III; The Fatal Hour Comes on Apace; Love's Power in My Heart; More Love or More Disdain I Crave; Who Can Behold Florella's Charms. Pausanias: Sweeter than Roses; The Queen's Epicedium; Thou Wakeful Shephard; Now that the Sun Hath Veiled His Light; Sleep, Adam, Sleep; Lord, What Is Man?

Andrew Dalton 

Oh, sing unto the Lord. Remember not, Lord. Jehovah, quam multi sunt hostes mei. Evening Hymn. O God, thou art my God. Morning Hymn. I was glad. Hear my prayer, O Lord

John Scott 

Oh, solitude! piccinini Ciaccona

Anne Sofie von Otter 

Opera Suites

Sir Neville Marriner 

Original works arrangements of music by

Susan Feeney Fleet 

Orpheus Brittanicus: Ayres and Songs

Jill Feldman 

Overture in G Minor, Z 772. Theodosius or The Force of Love, Z. 606. The Libertine or The Libertine Destroyed, Z. 600. The Massacre of Paris, Z. 604. Oedipus, Z. 583

Emma Kirkby 

Overture in Gamut fiat (The Virtuous Wife), Z.T693; Chaconne in g (Timon of Athens), Z.T680; A New Ground in e, Z.T682; Overture in C (Bonduca), Z.574/1 ; Overture in D (The Fairy Queen), Z.T692; Round O (Abdelazer), Z. 684; Alternative Preludes for Suites No. 2 & 4

Terence R. Charlston 

Overture, Z 770

Kevin Mallon 

Overtures: King Arthur, or The British Worthy, in D; King Arthur: Second Music, in D Minor; Dido and Aeneas, in C Minor; The Married Beau, or The Curious Impertinent, in D Minor; Bonduca, or The British Heroine, in C; The Fairy Queen, in D; Timon of Athens, or The Man-Hater, in D; The Rival Sisters, or The Violence of Love, in G Minor; Abdelazer, or The Moor's Revenge, in D Minor; The Old Bachelor, in A Minor; Distressed Innocence, or The Princess of Persia, in C Minor; The Indian Queen, in D

Ronald Thomas 

Pausanias: Sweeter than roses

Russell Oberlin
(HALL OF FAME PERFORMANCE)
 

Pavan for 3 violins. Suite in G. Pavan for 2 violins

Ens CordArte 

Pavan in A. Pavan à 4 in g. Chacony. Overture in g

Jaap Schröder 

Pavan in A. Sonata No. 8 in g. Pavan in g. Sonata No. 6 in g (Chaconne). Pavanin a. Pavan in B?. Sonata No. 5 in g. Sonata No. 7 in d

Bell’Arte Antiqua 

Pavan in B♭. Hornpipe from Abdelazer, “Hole in the Wall”

Tr Settecento 
Tr Settecento 

Pavan in Four Parts. Fantázia (Three Parts on a Ground)

Ens Da Sonar 

Pavane and Chaconne in G minor

Camerata Bern 

Pavane for 3 Violins and Continuo in g, Z 752

Andrew Parrott 

Pieces by

Robert Hollingworth 

Plung’d in the confines of despair, Z142

La Rêveuse Ens 

Pox on you

City Waites 

Praise the Lord, O Jerusalem. To the Hills and Vales. By the Beauteous Softness Mix’d with Majesty. O God, Thou art my God. How Happy the Lover. What Power Thou Art. Behold, O Mightiest of Gods. My Heart is Inditing of a Good Matter. Bid the Virtues. Hail! Bright Cecilia. Strike the Viol. Thou Knowest Lord the Secrets of Our Hearts. Fairest Isle. Full Fathom Five

Voces8 

Praise the Lord, O my should: O Lord my God, Z. 48. Close thine eyes and sleep secure, Z. 184. Lord, how long wilt thou be angry?, Z. 25. Hear me, O Lord, and that soon, Z. 13B. Magnificat and Nunc dimittis In B♭, Z. 230/7-8 . Tum thou us, O good Lord, Z.62.O Lord, thou art my God, Z.41. Now that the sun hath veiled his light, Z. 193. Awake, awake, put on they strength, Z.

Robert King 

Prelude

Clas Pehrsson 

Prelude and Symphony. If music be the food of love. Hark! the echoing air''. Three parts upon a ground. 'Tis Nature's voice. Round-O. Overture in G Minor. A Divine Hymn: Lord, what is Man. Chaconny in G Minor. Music fora while. Lovely Albina's come ashore. Fantázia 5, Ground & Two in one upon a ground. Thrice Happy lovers. Pavan in B♭. An Evening Hymn

Skip Sempé 

Prelude in a

Scherzi Musicali 

Preludes: Z. 663a; Z. 663b. Grounds: Z. D222; Z. 645; Z. D221; Z. T682. Chaconne, Z. 1680

Gergely Sárközy 

Prophetess: Let us dance, let us sing

Russell Oberlin
(HALL OF FAME PERFORMANCE)
 

Rejoice in the Lord aiway, Z. 49. Remember not, Lord, our offences, Z. 50. Blow up the trumpet in Sion, Z. 10. Hear my prayer, O Lord, Z. 15. My heart is inditing, Z. 30. Funeral Sentences; March; Canzona, Z 860,Man that is born of woman, Z 27; In the midst of life, Z 17; Thou knowest, Lord, Z 58c. O Lord God of hosts, Z 37. Te Dêum, Z. 232

Philippe Herreweghe 

Rejoice in the Lord alway

Salisbury Cathedral Choir 

Rejoice in the Lord Alway

Edward Higginbottom  

Rejoice in the Lord alway, Z 49

Tom Wilkinson 
Tom Wilkinson 
Tom Wilkinson 

Rejoice in the Lord alway. Blow up the trumpet in Sion. O God, thou art my God

Gustav Leonhardt 

Rejoice in the Lord alway. Blow up the trumpet in Zion. O God, Thou art my God. Chaconne, Z. 730. O God, Thou hast cast us out. My heart is inditing. Remember not, Lord, our offenses

James Bowman 

Rejoice in the Lord alway. Remember not, Lord, our offences. I was glad. O Lord, rebuke me not. Praise the Lord, O my soul. Now that the sun has veiled his light. Hear my prayer, O Lord. My heart is inditing

Chanticleer 

Riggadoon

Robin Blaze 

Rondeau Minuet, from “The Gordian Knot Untied,“ Z. 597/3

Frederic Hand 

Rondeau. Beneath a Poplar’s Shadow Lay Me. From Silent Shades. The Blessed Virgin’s Expostulation. Once, Twice, Thrice. Charon the Peaceful Shade Invites

Dorothee Mields 

Royal and Ceremonial Odes

Robert King 

Sacred Music

James Bowman 
John Scott
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 

Sacred music

Scott
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 

Sacred Music: Te Deutn. Jubilate Deo. My beloved spake. O God, Thou art my God. Lord, how long wilt Thou be angry? Remember not, Lord, our offences. Hear my prayer, o Lord. Funeral Music for Queen Mary. Songs: Strike the viol. The Queen's Epicedium. Here the deities approve. O Solitude! Sweeter than roses. Music for a while. If music be the food of love. In the black dismal dungeon of despair. An Evening Hymn. Instrumental Music: Chaconny in g. Diocletian: First music; Overture; First Act Tune; Dance of the furies; Second Act Tune; Two in once upon a ground; The chair dance; Third act tune; Butterfly dance; Country dance; Dance of the Bacchanals; Still I'm wishing; Canaries; 2 dances

Timothy Brown 

Saraband with Division. Sweeter than roses. Dear, pretty youth. Music for a while. There's not a swain. An Evening Hymn

Anne Sofie von Otter 

Sefauchi’s Farewell, Z 656. Grounds, Z 681; Z 645. Hornpipe in e, Z T685. Jigg, Z 665

Gustav Leonhardt 

Sefauchi’s Farewelí. ’Tis Nature’s voice. Be welcome then, great Sir. By beauteous softness

Robin Blaze 

Selections by

Stéphanie d’Oustrac 
Lynda Barrett  
Ernst Kovacic  

She loves and she confesses

John Potter 

Since God so tender a regard, Z143

La Rêveuse Ens 

Since time so kind. Once, twice, thrice, Would you know how we meet

Pro Cantione Antiqua 

Sing, Sing Ye Druids. Oft She Visits This Lov’d Mountain

Dorothee Mields 

Sir Anthony Love: Pursuing Beauty

Janet Baker 

Sir Barnaby Whigg: Blow, Boreas, blow

Kevin Mallon 

Sleep, Adam, and Take Thy Rest. Thou Wakeful Shepherd. The Earth Trembled. Now That the Sun Hath Veil’d His Light

Rosemary Joshua 

Sonata for Trumpet and Organ

Erik Schultz 

Sonata for Trumpet and Organ. Suite for Trumpet and Organ

Richard Glangiullo 

Sonata for Trumpet, Strings, and Continuo

Theo Mertens 

Sonata for Trumpet, Strings, and Continuo in D, Z. 850

Andre Bernard 

Sonata for Trumpet. The Indian Queen: Trumpet Overture

Helmut Wobisch 

Sonata in C. Two Trumpet Tunes and Air

Alan Stringer 

Sonata in D

Andre Bernard 
Ludwig Guttler 
Carole Dawn Reinhart 
Philippe Emanuel Haas 

Sonata in D for Trumpet

Marie-Andrée Morisset-Balier 

Sonata in D for Trumpet and Organ

Ludwig Güttier 

Sonata in D for Trumpet and Strings: Adagio; Allegro. The Gordian Knot United: Rondeau Minuet; Overture; Air; Rondeau Minuet; Air; Jig; Air; Minuet. Sonata in D for Trumpet, Strings, and Continuo

Herbert Harris 

Sonata in D for Trumpet, Strings, and Continuo, Z. 850

John Wallace 

Sonata No. 1 in D

Stephen Burns 

Sonata No. 2 in D for Trumpet, Strings, and Continuo. Abdelazar: Rondeau

Wynton Marsalis 

Sonata VI in 3 parts

Jean Tubéry 

Sonata XX in D

London Baroque 

Sonatas of Three Parts, 1683 Z790-801

Pavlo Beznosiuk 

Sonatas of Three Parts, Z. 790-801, Sonatas of Four Parts, Z. 802-811. Four Pavans, Z 748-751. Pavan for Three Violins, Z. 752. Three Parts upon a Ground, Z. 543. Chacony in G Minor, Z. 730

Purceil Qrt 

Sonatas: in C, Z 795; ¡n g, Z 807; ¡n g, Z 790; in G, Z 797; in d, Z 792. 3 Parts upon a Ground, Z 731. Distressed Innocence: Suite, Z 577; The Virtuous Wife: Suite, Z 611

Chatham Baroque 

Sonatas: No. 1 in G Minor, Z. 790; No. 2 in B♭, Z. 791; No. 3 in D Minor, Z. 792; No. 4 in F, Z. 793; No. 5 in A Minor, Z. 794; No. 6 in C, Z. 795; No. 7 in E Minor, Z. 796. Pavans: [No. 4] in G Minor for Three Violins and Bass, Z. 752; [No. 3] in B♭ for Two Violins and Bass, Z. 750; [No. 2] in A Minor for Two Violins and Bass, Z. 749

Purcell Qrt 

Song Tune (2)

Robin Blaze 

Songs

Andrew Dalton 
Sally Sanford 
Ian Partridge 
Dawn Upshaw 
Gérard Lesne 

Songs and Airs

Kirkby
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 
Emma Kirkby 

Songs and Airs: Music for a While; Epitalamium (“Thrice Happy Lovers“); If Music Be the Food of Love; Not All My Torments; Fairest Isle; Sweeter Than Roses; The Fatal Hour Comes on Apace; Crown the Altos; I Attempt from Love's Sickness to Fly; Oh! Lead Me to Some Peaceful Gloom; What Shall I Do to Show Her How Much I Love Her; From Rosy Bowers (Deller, Bergmann). / Love and I Must; The Blessed Virgin's Expostulation; (Cántelo, Malcolm). Let the Dreadful Engines of Eternal Will (Bevan, Malcolm). Upon a Quiet Conscience (“Close Thine Eyes“) (Cántelo, Bevan, Malcolm). Instrumental Pieces: Fantasia on a Ground; Fantasia upon One Note in Five Parts (Marriner, Gibbs, Jones, Malcolm, Dupré). Pavan (Marriner, Gibbs, Jones, Dupré). Sonata No. 9 in F (“Golden Sonata“) (Marriner, Gibbs, Malcolm). Sonata in G Minor (Marriner, Malcolm). Hornpipe; Suite No. 6 in D Minor; Lessons from “Mustek's Handmaid, Part II (Malcolm)

Alfred Deller 

Songs and Arias by

Laurie Anderson
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 

Songs and Dialogues

Emma Kirkby 
Emma Kirkby 

Songs and Grounds

Anna Carol Dudley 

Songs and Lute Solos

Emma Kirkby 

Songs by

Elly Ameling 
Stuart Burrows 

Songs for the Theatre. Harpsichord Suite in D Minor

Carolyn Sinclair 

Songs from Taverns and Chapels

Deller Consort 

Songs, Ballads, Catches Ayres by

Baltimore Consort 

Sonnatas [sic] of Three Parts, Volume 3. Sonatas of Four Parts: Nos. 3-10. Prelude in G Minor, Z. 733. Voluntaries for Organ: in D Minor, Z. 718; in G, Z. 720

Purcell Qrt 

Sonnatas of Three Parts, Volume 1

Purcell Qrt 

Sonnatas, Volume Two

Purcell Qrt 

Sonnatas: No. 8 in G, Z. 797; No. 9 in B Minor, Z. 802; No. 10 in D, Z. 801; No. 11 in F Minor, Z. 800; No. 12 in A, Z. 799; No. 13 in C Minor, Z. 798; No. 14 in E♭, Z. 803. Three Parts upon a Ground in D, Z. 731. Pavans for Two Violins and Bass: in A, Z. 748; in G Minor. Z. 751. Chacony in G Minor for Two Violins, Viola and Bass, Z. 730

Purcell Qrt 

Sound the Trumpet

Alan Siebert 
Dafna Ben-Yohanan 
Dafna Ben-Yohanan 

Sound the trumpet

Jacqueline du Pré 
Jamie Hitel 

Sound the Trumpet. Ah! How Pleasant ‘tis to Love. O Solitude

Scherzi Musicali 

Sound the trumpet. In vain the am'rous flute. O solitude. Sing, sing, ye druids. O dive custos. No, resistance is but vain. Hark how the songsters. Incassum, Lesbia

James Bowman 

Sound the Trumpet. No, Resistance Is but Vain. Trip It in a Ring

Tom Pixton
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 

Sound the trumpet. Sound Fame thy brazen trumpet

Marie-Noëlle de Callataý 

Sound the Trumpet. The Fairy Queen: The Plaint

Alison Balsom  

Sound the Trumpet. Two Daughters of this Aged Stream. Let Us Wander

Elisabeth Söderström 

Spanish Friar: Whilst I with grief

Russell Oberlin
(HALL OF FAME PERFORMANCE)
 

Still I’m whishing. Seek not to know

Scherzi Musicali 

Strike the Viol, touch the Lute

Scherzi Musicali 

Strike the Viol. The Prophetess: Chaconne. Why would Men quarrel? Tunes in The Beggars' Opera:

Ens Musick Fyne 

Strike the Viol; The Queen’s Expedition; Here the Deities Approve; O solitude; Sweeter than roses; Music for a while; If music be the food of love; In the black dismal dungeon; An Evening Hymn. Dioclesian: First music; Overture; First Act Tune; Dance of the Furies; Second Act Tune; Two in once upon a ground; The Chair Dance; Third Act Tune; Butterfly Dance; Country Dance; Dance of the Bacchanals; Still I’m wishing; Canaries; 2 Dances

Michael Chance 

Stript Of their green our groves appear. Sigismondo

Emma Kirkby 

Su/tes for Harpsichord, 1-8

Kenneth Gilbert 

Suite

Pierre W. Feit 
Canadian Brass 
Matthias Bamert 

Suite for Orchestra

Josef Stránský 

Suite for organ

Uwe-Karsten Gross 

Suite for “The Indian Queen.“

Bradford Tracey 

Suite in A Minor, Z. 663. Suite in C, Z. 665/6. Miscellaneous pieces

Davitt Maroney 

Suite in C

Edward Carroll 

Suite in D

Bernard Soustrot 

Suite in D, Z. 667. Suite in G Minor, Z. 661. A New Ground in C Minor, Z. T682. Ground in C Minor, Z. D221. Ground in D Minor, Z. D222

Richard Egarr 

Suite in G

Rosemary Joshua 

Suite in G Minor for Harpsichord, Z. 661. Pavane in B♭ for Two Violins and Viol, Z. 750

Troels Svendsen 

Suite in G. Ground in c

Joanna Klisowska 

Suite No. 2 in G minor

Trevor Pinnock 

Suite No. 2 in g, Z 661

Parnassian Ens 

Suite No. 2. 13 pieces

Andrei Volkonsky
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 

Suite No. 4 in A Minor. A New Ground. Trumpet Tune, called The Cibell. Ground in Gamut. Round O

Christopher Kite 

Suite No. 4 in A Minor. A New Ground. Trumpet Tune. Round O. Ground in Gamut

Christopher Kite 

Suite No. 6 in D. Ground in c. A New Ground

Arthur Haas 

Suites for Harpsichord

Terence R. Charlston 

Suites for Harpsichord: No. 1 in G; No. 2 in G Minor; No. 3 in G; No. 4 in A Minor; No. 5 in C; No. 6 in D; No. 7 in D Minor; No. 8 in F. Six Transcriptions from “A Choice Collection of Lessons for the Harpsichord or Spinet. “ Four Miscellaneous Pieces from Oxford Manuscripts

Martin Souter 

Suites for Harpsichord: Nos. 1-8. Ground in Gamut, Z. 645. Prelude in G Minor. Chaconne in G Minor, Z. T680. Suite of Lessons in C, Z. 665. A New Ground, Z. T682. Saraband with Division, Z. 654. Ground in C Minor, Z. D221. Ground in D Minor, Z. D222. Round, Z. T684

Sophie Yates 

Suites from Abdelazar, The Gordian Knot Unty'd, Bonduca, and The Virtuous Wife. Timon of Athens. Overture and Certain Tune

Parley of Instruments 

Suites: Abdelazer (or The Moor's Revenge); The Married Beau; The Gordian Knot Untied; The Virtuous Wife. Mustek's Handmaiden, Part II: Twelve Lessons. Suite No. 6 in D

Fritz Mahler 

Suites: Dioclesian; King Arthur; The Fairy Queen; The Indian Queen

Jeanne Lamon 

Suites: in C; in G; in D. Ground in c. Prelude in a. Chacone in g

David Pollock 

Suites: No. 1in G; No. 2 in G Minor; No. 3 in G; No. 4 in A Minor; No. 5 in C; No. 6 in D; No. 7 in D Minor; No. 8 in F. Ground in Gamut. Chaconne. A New Scotch Tune. Air. Jigg. Ground in G Minor. Ground. Sefauchi's Farewell. Round O. A New Ground in E Minor. Hornpipe in E Minor

Kenneth Gilbert 

Sweeter Than Roses

Philippe Huttenlocher 
Carolyn Sampson 
Carolyn Sampson 

Sweeter than roses. A Fool’s Preferment: I’ll sail upon the Dog-Star

David Daniels 

Sweeter than roses. Ah! How sweet it is to love. Oh! Lead me to some peaceful gloom. Music for a while. If music be the food of love. Man, that is for woman made. I attempt from love’s sickness to fly. I see she flies me everywhere. Take not a woman’s anger. Since from dear Astraea’s sight. I’ll sail upon the dog-star. A morning hymn. Let the night perish. Lord, what is man. The Earth trembled. Crown the altar. An Evening Hymn. A New Ground

Ian Partridge 

Sweeter Than Roses. Ah! How Sweet It Is To Love. Oh! Leade Me To Some Peaceful Gloom. Music For A While. If Music Be The Food of Love. Man, That Is For Woman Made. I Attempt From Love's Sickness To Fly. I See She Flies Me Ev'rywhere. Take Not A Woman's Anger III. Since From Dear Astraea's Sight. I'll Sail Upon The Dog-star. A Morning Hymn. Let The Night Perish. Lord, What Is Man, Lost Man. The Earth Trembled. Crown The Altar. An Evening Hymn. A New Ground

Ian Partridge 

Sweeter than Roses; Evening Hymn; Lord, What is Man?

Andrew Dalton 

Sylvia, now your scorn give over

Russell Oberlin
(HALL OF FAME PERFORMANCE)
 

Symphony Bonduca: Sound the Trumpet. What a sad Fate. Sound Fame thy Brazen Trumpet

Andrew Hoskins 

Te Deum and Jubilate in D, etc

Parrott
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 

Te Deum and Jubilate in D, Z. 232. In Guilty Night, Z. 134. Four Pavans, Z. 748-51. Jehova, quam multi sunt, Z. 135. When on my sick bed, Z. 144. Beata omnes, Z. 131. My beloved spake, Z. 28

Andrew Parrott 

Te Deum and Jubilate. My heart is inditing. O sing unto the Lord

Choir of Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford 

Te Deum in D

John Scott
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 

Te Deum. The Noise of Foreign Wars. Raise, Raise the Voice. Sonata in D for Trumpet and Strings. Jubilate Deo

Robert Glenton 

Tell Me, Some Pitying Angel

Philippa Hyde 

Tell Me, Some Pitying Angel. In the Black, Dismal Dungeon of Despair

Rosemary Joshua 

Ten Sonatas in Four Parts

Ricercar Consort 

The Blessed Virgin's Expostulation

Frederica von Stade 
Dame Isobel Baillie 

The Blessed Virgin's Expostulation. Stript of Their Green. The Fairy Queen: Hark! The Echoing Air

Isobel Baillie 

The Blessed Virgin’s Expostulation

Emma Kirkby 

The Complete Anthems and Services, Volume 10

Robert King 

The Complete Anthems and Services, Volume 11

Robert King 

The Complete Anthems and Services, Volume 2

Robert King 

The Complete Anthems and Services, Volume 5

Robert King 

The Complete Anthems and Services, Volume 6

Robert King 

The Complete Anthems and Services, Volume 8

Robert King 

The Complete Anthems and Services, Volume 9

Robert King 

The Complete Anthems and Services, Volume Four

Robert King 

The Complete Anthems and Services, Volume I

Robert King 

The Complete Anthems and Services, Volume Seven

Robert King 

The Complete Anthems and Services, Volume Three

Robert King 

The Complete Music for Harpsichord

Robert Woolley 

The Complete Odes and Welcome Songs, Volumes 1-8

King
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 

The Complete Works for Harpsichord

Zuzana Růžičková 

The Faerie Queen: Suite

Piers Adams
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 

The Fairy Queen

Eiddwen Harrhy 
John Eliot Gardiner
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 
Elddwen Harrhy 
William Christie 
William Christie
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 
William Christie
(WANT LIST PERFORMANCE)
 
Harry Christophers 
David van Asch 
Nikolaus Harnoncourt 
Roger Norrington 
Ottavio Dantone 
William Christie  
William Christie  
Nicholas Kok 

The Fairy Queen, Z. 629

Roger Norrington 
Ton Koopman 

The Fairy Queen: First Musick; May the god of Wit inspire; Now join your warbling voices all; Dance des Fees; Dialogue between Coridon and Mopsa. King Arthur: Act III, Scene 2, Prelude; What ho; What Power are thou; Thou Doting Fool forbear; See, see we assemble. Dido and Aeneas: Monolog and Death of Dido. Sonata No. 7 in E Minor*. Chaconne in G Minor. Music for a while. Fairest isle. O Solitude. Ode on St. Cecilia's Day: Overture; Welcome to all the pleasures. Ode on Queen Mary's Birthday 1692: Overture; Love's Goddess Sure was Blind; Sweetness of nature; Long may she reign; May the blest example chase; May such days; May she to Heaven late return

William Christie 

The Fairy Queen: 5 Orchestral Suites

Jordi Savall 

The Fairy Queen: Come all ye songsters. Music lor a while. Sweeter than roses

Kathleen Battle 

The Fairy Queen: Dance for the Green Men; Monkey’s Dance

Les Voix Humaines 

The Fairy Queen: Entrance of Night; One Charming Night; Hush No More; Ye Gentle Spirits of the Air; O Let Me Weep; If Love’s a Sweet Passion; Hark! The Echoing Air; Chaconne

Dorothee Mields 

The Fairy Queen: Excerpts

New York Ens for Early Music’s Grande Bande 

The Fairy Queen: Excerpts. Come Ye Sons of Art. Birthday Ode for Queen Mary, 1694. An Ode to the Queen: High on a Throne of Glitt'ring Ore. O Dive custos Auriacae Domus

Frederick Renz 

The Fairy Queen: Let the Fifes and the Clarions; Hark! The Ech'ing Air; One Charming Night. Welcome to All the Pleasures: Beauty, Thou Scene of Love. Hail, Bright Cecilia: In Vain the Am'rous Flute. Pleasant Musical Companion: Saccharissa's Grown Old. Come Ye Sons of Art: Sound the Trumpet. A Divine Hymn: Lord, What Is Man? Love's Goddess Sure: Sweetness of Nature; Many, Many Such Days. Fly, Bold Rebellion: Be Welcome, Then, Great Sir. Thesaurus Musicus: Lovely Albina's Come Ashore. If Ever I More Riches Did Desire: Here Let My Life; Me, O Ye Gods. Deliciae Musicae: If Music Be the Food of Love. Arise, My Muse: Hail, Gracious Glorianna, Kail!

Jeffrey Dooley 

The Fairy Queen: Orchestral Suite. The Prophetess: Orchestral Suite

Jordi Savall 

The Fairy Queen: Prelude; Hornpipe; Air; Rondeau; Jig; See, even Night herself Is here; I am come to lock all fast; Hush, no more; Symphony while the Swans come forward; Dance for the Fairies; Dance for the Green Men; Dialogue between Condon and Mopsa; Dance for the Haymakers; Here's the summer, sprightly, gay; Now Winter comes slowly; Symphony; Hark! The echoing air; Chaconne; They shall be as happy

Frederick Renz 

The Fairy Queen: Prelude; Rondeau; Jig; Hornpipe; Dance for the Fairies; Air; Monkey's Dance; Dance for the Followers of the Night; Chaconne

Alexandru Lascae 

The Fairy Queen: Rondeau. Abdelazer: Rondeau

Roy Goodman 

The Fairy Queen: Scene of the Drunken Poet

Aldenburgh Festival Singers 

The Fairy Queen: Suite

Giorgio di Giorgi 
Red Priest 
Alfredo Bernardini 
Red Priest 
Alison Balsom  

The Fairy Queen: Suite no. 1

English Guitar Qrt 

The Fairy Queen: Suite. Dido and Aeneas: Suite. King Arthur: Suite. Abdelazer: Suite. Chacony in G Minor, Z. 730

Thomas Hengelbrock 

The Fairy Queen: Suites Nos. 1 and 2

O da Camera di Roma 

The Fairy Queen: Symphony to Act IV. The Indian Queen: Trumpet Overture. Come Ye Sons of Art: Overture & Chorus. Funeral Music for Queen Mary

John Wallace 

The Fairy Queen—Excerpts

New York Ens for Early Music’s Grande Bande 

The Fantazias and In Nomines

Fretwork 

The Gordian Knot Unty’d: Overture; Second Music Aire; Second Music Minuet; First Act Air; Second Act Rondeau; Third Act Aire; Fourth Act Jigg; Chacone

Kevin Mallon 

The Gresham Autograph

New C Op Ens 

The Indian Queen

soloists 
Honor Sheppard 
Scholars Baroque Ens 

The Indian Queen, Z 630: Trumpet Overture. Trumpet Sonata, Z 850

Kevin Mallon 

The Indian Queen: / attempt from Love's sickness to fly

Raimond Gilvan 

The Indian Queen: I attempt from love’s sickness

Yvonne Kenny 

The Indian Queen: Incidental Music. Trumpet Sonata in D. Suite in C. King Arthur: Fifth Act Tunes

Crispian Steele-Perkins 

The Indian Queen: Overture

Steven Hendrickson 

The Indian Queen: Suite

Trompete und Orgel Köln 

The Indian Queen: Symphony

Mark Bennett 

The Indian Queen: Symphony in C. The Yorkshire Feast Song: Symphony in D. King Arthur: Symphony in C

Mark Bennett 

The Indian Queen: Trumpet Overture, Entrada, and Trumpet Air. King Arthur: Trumpet Tune. Come Ye Sons of Art: Chaconne; Sound the Trumpet

Wynton Marsalis 

The Indian Queen; Timon of Athens

soloists 

The Indian Queen—Semi-opera Based on a Tragedy by John Dryden and Robert Howard with the Additional Act by Daniel Purcell

Christopher Hogwood 

The Libertine, or the Libertine Destroyed: To arms, heroic Prince

Jonathan Impett 

The Lord is my light, Z. 55. The Lord is King, the earth may be glad thereof, Z. 54. Blessed Is he whose unrighteousness is forgiven, Z. 823.7.9.10.12 0 Lord God of nosts z 3753.11.7.9 12 Lgt God grjse 7 239,io Cantate Domino and Deus misereatur in B♭, Z. 230/9-10. Blessed be the Lord my strength, Z. e. O Lord our governor, Z. 141 In guilty nighti. i34-

Robert King 

The Married Beau: Hornpipe

John Barbirolli 

The Married Beau: Suite. The Gordon Knot Untied: Suite

La Stravaganza, Köln 

The Married Beau: Suite. Z. 603

Karl Stangenberg 

The Night Is Come. With Sick and Famish’d Eyes. How Have I Strayed

Rosemary Joshua 

The Oueen's Dolour. Introduction and Trumpet Tune

Richard Giangiulio 

The Plaint. If Grief Has Any Pow’r to Kill. A New Ground. O Solitude. A New Scotch Tune (2 versions). Music for a While. An Evening Hymn

Susanna K. Wallumrød 

The Plaint. If Grief Has Any Pow’r to Kill. A New Ground. O Solitude. A New Scotch Tune. Music for a While. Variations on A New Scotch Tune. An Evening Hymn

Giovanna Pessi 

The Plaint; If music be the food of love; I attempt from love's sickness to fly; Fairest Isle; Sweeter than roses; Not all my torments; Thrice happy lovers; Evening hymn; From rosy bowers; O lead me to some peaceful gloom; Retired from any mortal's sight; Music for a while; Since from my dear Astrea's sight

Alfred Deller 

The Prophetess, or the History of Diocletian: Chaconne

Little Consort Amsterdam 

The Prophetess: Chaconne

Little Consort Amsterdam 

The Prophetess: Orchestral Suite

Jordi Savall 

The Queen's Dolour. Introduction and Trumpet Tune

Richard Giangiulio 

The Secular Solo Songs, Volume 1

Barbara Bonney 

The Secular Solo Songs, Volume 2

King’s Consort 

The Secular Solo Songs, Volume 3

King’s Consort 

The Tempest

David Thomas 

The Tempest or The Enchanted Island, Z 631

Kevin Mallon 

The Tempest: Arise, arise ye subterranean winds.

Charles Rosekrans 

The Three and Four-part Fantazias

Royal Consort 

The Yorkshire Feast Song: Symphony

Mark Bennett 

Theatre Music, Vol. IV: The Virtuous Wife, Z. 611 ; The Old Bachelor, Z. 607; Amphitryon or the Two Sosias, Z. 572

Judith Nelson 

Theatre Music: Bonduca, Z. 574; Sir Anthony Love, Z. 588; Circe, Z. 575

Acad of Ancient Music 

Theatre Music: The Double Dealer; The Richmond Heiress; The Rival Sisters; Henry the Second; Tyrannic Love

Judith Nelson 

Theatre Music—Volume 8

Emma Kirkby 

Theodosius: Ah! Cruel, bloody fate

Janet Baker 

They tell us that you mighty Powers above. Ah! How happy are we. The plaint: O let me Weep

Scherzi Musicali 

Thou knowest, Lord

David Skinner 

Thou knowest, Lord (2 versions)

Harry Christophers 

Thou knowest, Lord, the secrets of our hearts. Hear my prayer O Lord. Rejoice in the Lord always

Daniel Bishop 

Three Parts upon a Ground, Z. 731

John Holloway 
John Holloway 

Timon of Athens: Curtain Tune

Michael Chance 

Timon of Athens: Curtain Tune; Overture; Hark! How the Songsters; Love in Their Little Veins; But Ah!; Come All to Me

Dorothee Mields 

Timon of Athens: Masque; Curtain Tune on a Ground. Dlocleslan: Masque

Richard Hickox 

Tis Nature's Voice, and Other Songs and Elegies

René Jacobs 

To all lovers of music. The Indian Queen

Harry Christophers 

Toccata in A

Christiane Cappeller 

Trio Sonata in D Minor, Z 80S. Pavan in G Minor, Z 751. Pavan in B♭, Z 750

Locke Consort 

Trumpet Tune

Pierre Labric 
Walter Chestnut
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Aquitaine Brass Ens
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 
Nicolai-Dimitrov Tschotschev 
Kiri Te Kanawa 

Trumpet Tune (King Arthur)

Christopher Deamley 
Christopher Dearnley 

Trumpet tune and air

Diane Bish 

Trumpet Tune and Air

Michael Nichols 
Brass Ens of Ludwig Guttler 
Virgil Fox 
Erik Schultz 
Erik Schultz 
Graham Ashton 
Br Ens of the Royal Guards 

Trumpet Tune and Air ("Bell Interlude"). The Fairy Queen: Suite. Fantasia upon One Note. Ab-delezar. Suite

Canadian Brass 

Trumpet Tune and Air (arr. Howarth)

Philip Jones Brass Ens 

Trumpet Tune and Air. Fanfare in C. Bell Symphony in C. God Save the Queen

Diane Bish 

Trumpet Tune from King Arthur

Barry Rose 

Trumpet Tune from “Bonduca”

Fred Sautter 

Trumpet Tune in C. Trumpet Tune in D

Ton Koopman 

Trumpet Tune in D

Jean Guillou 

Trumpet Tune. Air

Georges Athanasiadès 

Trumpet Tune. Ernest MACMILLAN; Cortege Académique

Andrew Davis 

Trumpet Voluntary

Ens Musica Variata 
Virgil Fox 
Fred Sautter 

Trío Sonatas: Nos. 1, 4-7, 10-12

Heidelberger Barockensemble 

TTie Yorkshire Feast Song, Z. 333 (“Of old, when heroes thought it base“). Welcome Song for Charles II, Z. 336 (“Swifter, Isis, swifter flow“). Welcome Song for the Duke of York, Z. 341 (“What, what shall be done in behalf of the man?“)

Robert King 

Twelve Overtures

Bournemouth Sinfonietta 
Ronald Thomas 

Twelve Overtures: King Arthur: Overture to Act I and to the Second Music; Dido and Aeneas; The Married Beau; Bonduca; The Fairy Queen: Sonata from Act IV; Timon of Athens; The Rival Sisters; Abdelazer; The Old Bachelor; Distressed Innocence; The Indian Queen: Trumpet Overture

Bournemouth Sinfonietta 

Twelve Sonatas of Three Parts, Z. 790-801 London, 1683

London Baroque 

Two in One upon a Ground

Piers Adams
(FEATURE ARTICLE)
 

Two in one upon a ground. Songs: Beginn the song. Tell me some pitying angel. Close thine eyes. Music for a while. Lord, what is man. Sweeter than roses. An evening hymn

Joanna Klisowska 

Two Trumpet Tunes

Ian Sadler 

Two Trumpet Tunes. Voluntary in C

New York Trumpet Ens 

Tyrannic Love: Ah, how sweet it is to love

Russell Oberlin
(HALL OF FAME PERFORMANCE)
 

TÏJree Parts on a Ground, Z.731. Sonatas: No. 6 in G Minor, Z. 807; No. 7 in E Minor, Z. 796; No. 12 in D, Z. 801. Pavan in G Minor for Three Violins and Continuo, Z. 752. Chacony in G Minor for Four Strings, Z. 730. Pavana for Two Violins and Continuo: in B♭, Z. 750; in A Minor, Z. 749; in A, Z. 748. Overtures for Four Strings: in D Minor, Z. 771; in G, Z. 336. Overture in G Minor for Five Strings, Z. 772. Suite in G for Four Strings, Z. 770i

London Baroque 

Verse Anthem, Z. 5 (“Blessed are they that fear the Lord“). Verse Anthem, Z. 3 (“Behold now, praise the Lord“). Verse Anthem, Z. 20 (“I will give thanks unto Thee, O Lord“). Verse Anthem, Z. 31 (“My song shall be alway“). Verse Anthem, Z. 232 (Te Deum and Jubilate Deo in D)

Robert King 

Verse Anthems: O Sing unto the Lord, Z44; O praise God in his holiness, Z42; Praise the Lord, O Jerusalem, Z46; It is a good thing to give thanks, Z18; O give thanks unto the Lord, Z33; Let mine eyes run down with tears, Z24; My beloved spake, Z28

Robert King 

Verses: in C; in G. Voluntaries: in F; in D Minor

Robert Woolley 

Violin Sonata in g. Harpsichord Suite in D. Sonata No. 9 in F. Occasional music for harpsichord

Alfred Deller 

Voluntaries, Z 719-720. Suites: No. 4 in a, Z 663; No. 2 in g, Z 661; No. 5 in C, Z 666; No. 7 in d, Z 668. A New Ground, Z T682. A New Irish Tune, Z 646. Riggadoon, Z 653

Gustav Leonhardt 

Voluntaries: in G, Z. 720; in D Minor, Z. 719; in C, Z. 717; in D Minor, Z. 718. Verse in F, Z. 716. Ground, Z. 645. March in C, ZT. 687. Trumpet Tune in C, ZT. 698. Chaconne in G Minor, ZT. 680. Trumpet Tune in C, called the Cibel, ZT. 678. Ground in C Minor, ZD. 221. Voluntary on the Old 100th, Z. 721. Trumpet Voluntary in D

John Butt 

Voluntaries: in G; in C

Paul McCreesh  

Voluntary for Double Organ

Qwyn Hodgson 

Voluntary for Double Organ. Sound the Trumpets

Hannes Läubin 

Voluntary I in G. Voluntary II in D Minor

Kenneth Gilbert 

Voluntary in G

Les Filles de Sainte-Colombe 
Simon Preston 
Norbert Pétry 

Voluntary in G. Te Deum in D

John Scott 

Voluntary on the Doxology. Trumpet Tune and Bell Symphony

Michael Murray 

Voluntary on the Old Hundredth

Hans Fagius 
Diane Bish 

Welcome Vicegerent, Z.340. Hark Damon, Z.541. Blessed be the Lord, Z.6. Praise the Lord, Z.47. Let mine eyes run down, Z.24. Pavan In a Minor, Z. 749. Lord, how long, Z.25. Blessed are they, Z.5. Lord I can sutfer, Z. 136. If ever I more riches, Z.544

Graham O’Reilly 

What a sad fate is mine

Russell Oberlin
(HALL OF FAME PERFORMANCE)
 

When night her purple veil

Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau 

When Night Her Purple Veil Had Softly Spread

Benjamin Britten 

When on my sick bed, Z144

La Rêveuse Ens 

Why do the heathen so furiously rage together, Z. 65. Lord, who can tell how oft he offendeth?, Z. 26. O Lord, grant the King a long life, Z. 38. Hear me, O Lord, the great support, Z. 133. Thou wakeful shepherd that dost Israel keep (A Morning Hymn), Z. 198. Who hath believed our report?, Z. 64.1 will love thee, OLord,Z. 67. Great God and just, Z. 186. Plung'd in the confines of despair, Z. 142. O praise the Lord, all ye heathen, Z. 43. My heart is fixed, O God, Z. 29

Robert King 

With Sick and Famished Eyes. Since From My Dear As-trea's Sight. O Lead Me to Some Peaceful Gloom. Olinda. The Indian Queen: Ye Twice Ten Hundred Deities. Wake, Quivera. The Fairy Queen: The Plaint. Harmonia Sacra: The Earth Trembled. Ode for Saint Cecelia's Day: Raise, Raise the Voice. Dioclesian: O How Happy's He. Oedipus: Hear, Ye Sullen Powers Below. Music for a While. Come Away, Do Not Stay

Alfred Deller 

With sick and famish’d eyes, Z200

La Rêveuse Ens 

Works by

Jordi Savall 
Andrew Parrott 

Works for Cembalo

Jean-Patrice Brosse 

Works for Organ

Jean-Patrice Brosse 

Works of

Kevin Bowyer 
Wynton Marsalis 
David Price 

Ye Tuneful Muses—Welcome Song for James II, Z 344 (1686). Celestial Music Did the Gods Inspire—Ode for a Performance at Mr. Maidwell's School, Z. 322 (1689). From Hardy Climes and Dangerous Toils of War—Ode for the Wedding of Prince George of Denmark and Princess Anne, Z 325 (1683)

Robert King 

‘Tis Nature’s Voice. From Rosie Bow’rs

Scherzi Musicali 

’Tis Women Makes Us Love. Then Mad, Very Mad Let Us Be

Dorothee Mields 

 

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