Fanfare Magazine Home Page

IssuesBook ReviewsCollectionsFeature ArticlesThe Hall of FameLabelsReviewersThe Want Lists

ComposersConductorsEnsembles and OrchestrasInstrumentalistsPerformersSingers

InstrumentsVocal RolesVoicesSACDsJazzSoundtracks Shows and PopVideo

All Performers

a

b

c

d

e

f

g

h

i

j

k

l

m

n

o

p

q

r

s

t

u

v

w

x

 

y

z

 





 

Fanfare Archive Subscriber-Only Features

 Watch Reviewed Videos

James Kreger: CHOPIN, BRAHMS, BEETHOVEN

Pedro H. da Silva / Lucía Caruso: Jeanne d’Arc, Le Voyage dans la Lune

Varda Kotler: YouTube Channel


Fanfare Archive Advertisers

Buy & Sell Classical CDs at Princeton Record Exchange

Performer: Richard Boothby

HEART'S EASE- MUSIC FOR VIOL CONSORT FROM THE...: (Review by Mortimer H. Frank)

viol 

ANONYMOUS: Come, tread the paths. In terrors trapp'd (Review by Michael Ullman)

viol 

BACH, CARL PHILIPP EMANUEL: Violin Sonatas (Review by Robert Maxham)

violadagamba 

BACH, JOHANN SEBASTIAN: Viola da Gamba Sonatas, BWV 1027-1029. Toccatas for Harpsichord (Review by Bernard Jacobson)

violadagamba 

BACH, JOHANN SEBASTIAN: Violin Sonatas (Review by Robert Maxham)

violadagamba 

CAMPION, THOMAS: Author of light. Oft have I sighed (Review by Michael Ullman)

viol 

DANYEL: Eyes, look no more. Thou pretty bird how do I see. I die whenas I do not see (Review by Michael Ullman)

viol 

DOWLAND, JOHN: Can she excuse my wrongs? Flow my tears. A Fancy. Sorrow, stay. Queen Elizabeth, her Gaillard. Go nightly cares. Now, o now, I needs must part. Preludium. A fantasie. Say love if ever thou didst find. The Frog Galliard. Awake, sweet love, thou art returned. Tell me, true Love (Review by Michael Ullman)

viol 

DOWLAND, JOHN: Lachrimae or Seaven Teares (Review by William Zagorski)

viol 

FERRABOSCO II, ALFONSO: Pavin (Review by Michael Ullman)

viol 

FORD, THOMAS: Since first I saw your face (Review by Michael Ullman)

viol 

JOHNSON, EDWARD: Eliza is the fairest queen (Review by Michael Ullman)

viol 

LAWES, WILLIAM: Complete Music for Solo Lyra Viol (Review by Bertil van Boer)

lyra viol 

PURCELL: O Solitude—Songs and Airs (Review by Tom Moore)

violadagamba 

PURCELL: 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 (Review by Tom Moore)

violadagamba 

PURCELL: Sacred Music (Review by Michael Ullman)

viola 

PURCELL: 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 (Review by Michael Ullman)

violadagamba 

PURCELL: Timon of Athens (Review by Michael Ullman)

violadagamba 

TELEMANN, GEORG PHILIPP: Fantasias for Viola da Gamba, TWV 40 (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

violadagamba 

 

Our Advertisers
About Fanfare / Contact Us
Advertise in the Fanfare Archive Finding Titles of Musical Works


NOT TO BE MISSED!

Reviews and interviews
Just click and read!

If you don't see images below, please disable your browser's Ad Blocker for this site