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THOMAS MOORE'S IRISH MELODIES: Dear Harp of my Country. Erin! the smile and the tear in thine eyes. How sweet the answer Echo makes. Silent, oh Moyle! be the roar of thy water ( The Song of Fionnuala ). Rich and rare were the gems she wore. The twisting of the rope. Joice's Tune. The summer is coming. Carolan's Concerto. The harp that once, thro' Tara's halls. Nanny McDermotroe. The valley lay smiling before me (The Song of O'Ruark, Prince of Breffni). Abigail Judge. Avenging and bright. The Minstrel-Boy. Lament for Own O'Neill. 'Tis believed that this harp (The Origin of the Harp). Come, rest in this bosom. She is far from the land. Come o'er the sea. 'Tis the last rose of summer. Girls, have you seen George? The pretty girl milking the cows. John, heir of the glen. Love in secret. The jointure. How dear to me the hour. Fly not yet. At the mid hour of night. What the bee is to the floweret. Fill the bumper fair! (Review by David Johnson)

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THOMAS MOORE'S IRISH MELODIES: Dear Harp of my Country. Erin! the smile and the tear in thine eyes. How sweet the answer Echo makes. Silent, oh Moyle! be the roar of thy water ( The Song of Fionnuala ). Rich and rare were the gems she wore. The twisting of the rope. Joice's Tune. The summer is coming. Carolan's Concerto. The harp that once, thro' Tara's halls. Nanny McDermotroe. The valley lay smiling before me (The Song of O'Ruark, Prince of Breffni). Abigail Judge. Avenging and bright. The Minstrel-Boy. Lament for Own O'Neill. 'Tis believed that this harp (The Origin of the Harp). Come, rest in this bosom. She is far from the land. Come o'er the sea. 'Tis the last rose of summer. Girls, have you seen George? The pretty girl milking the cows. John, heir of the glen. Love in secret. The jointure. How dear to me the hour. Fly not yet. At the mid hour of night. What the bee is to the floweret. Fill the bumper fair! (Review by David Johnson)

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THE AGE OF EXTRAVAGANCE: Virtuoso Music from Iberia... (Jeremy West) (Review by Brian Robins)

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ANONYMOUS: The Italian Ground (Review by Edward Strickland)

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ARNOLD, MALCOLM: Elegy (Review by Tom Moore)

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CARDON: Variations on 'Ah, vous dirai-je, maman' (Review by Tom Moore)

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CASTELLO, DARIO: Sonata No. 2 (Review by Edward Strickland)

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COUPERIN, FRANÇOIS: Le Rossignol en Amour. Double de Rossignol (Review by Edward Strickland)

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CROFT: Sonata in G (Review by Edward Strickland)

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FRESCOBALDI: Toccata (Review by Edward Strickland)

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HANDEL, GEORGE FRIDERIC: Harp Concerto, op. 4/6 (Review by Bernard Jacobson)

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HANDEL, GEORGE FRIDERIC: Organ Concertos, op. 4/1-5 (Review by Bernard Jacobson)

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HANDEL, GEORGE FRIDERIC: Organ Concertos, op. 7/1-6 (Review by Bernard Jacobson)

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HANDEL, GEORGE FRIDERIC: Organ Concertos (Review by Michael Carter)

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HANDEL, GEORGE FRIDERIC: Sonata in A Minor, op. 1, no. 4 (Review by Edward Strickland)

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HAYDN, FRANZ JOSEPH: O tuneful voice. She never told her love. Sailor's song (Review by Tom Moore)

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HOOK, JAMES: The emigrant (Review by Tom Moore)

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JACKSON, WILLIAM: The day that saw thy beauty rise. Time has not thinn'd my flowing hair (Review by Tom Moore)

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LAWES, HENRY: Cease you jolly shepherds (Review by Brian Robins)

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LAWES, HENRY: Love’s Sweet Repose (Review by Brian Robins)

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LINLEY THE ELDER, THOMAS: The lark sings high in the cornfield. Think not, my love, when secret grief (Review by Tom Moore)

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MOZART: Andante for Flute and Orchestra in C, K 315 (Review by Bernard Jacobson)

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MOZART: Bassoon Concerto. Clarinet Concerto. Flute Concerto No. 1 in G, K 313 (Review by Bernard Jacobson)

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MOZART: Concerto in C for Flute, Harp, and Orchestra, K. 299. Andante in C for Flute and Orchestra, K. 315. Concerto in B♭ for Bassoon and Orchestra, K. 191. Concerto No. 1 in G for Flute and Orchestra, K. 313 (Review by Leslie Gerber)

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MOZART: Flute and Harp Concerto. Horn Concertos Nos. 1-4. Rondo for Horn and Orchestra in D, K 514 (Review by Bernard Jacobson)

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MOZART: Oboe Concerto in C, K 314 (Review by Bernard Jacobson)

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MOZART: Rondeau for Horn and Orchestra in E♭, K 371 (Review by Bernard Jacobson)

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MOZART: The Wind Concertos (Review by Bernard Jacobson)

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OSWALD, JAMES: The Marvel of Peru (Review by Edward Strickland)

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PHILIDOR, FRANCOIS-ANDRE DANICAN: Sonata in D Minor (Review by Edward Strickland)

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PINTO: Invocation to nature. Minuetto in A♭. A shepherd loved a nymph so fair. From thee, Eliza, I must go. Eloisa to Abelard (Review by Tom Moore)

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SALOMON: Go, lovely rose. Why still before these streaming eyes. O tuneful voice (Review by Tom Moore)

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SCHOP: Lachrime Pavaen (Review by Edward Strickland)

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SHIELD: Hope and love. Ye balmy breezes, gently blow. 'Tis only no harm to know it, you know (Review by Tom Moore)

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STORACE: The curfew (Review by Tom Moore)

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TELEMANN, GEORG PHILIPP: Sonata in C (Review by Edward Strickland)

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