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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)

broadwood grand 

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)

director 

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)

square pianofortes 

FOUR CONCERTI FOR VIOLINS & RECORDER: (Review by Nils Anderson)

harpsichord 

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

harpsichord 

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

organ 

ANONYMOUS: Greensleeves to a Ground (Review by Tom Moore)

harpsichord 

ANONYMOUS: Greensleeves to a Ground (Review by Ronald E. Grames)

harpsichord 

ANONYMOUS: Greensleeves to a Ground (Review by Tom Moore)

organ 

ANONYMOUS: The Italian Ground (Review by Edward Strickland)

harpsichord 

ANONYMOUS: The Italian Ground (Review by Edward Strickland)

organ 

ARNOLD, MALCOLM: Elegy (Review by Tom Moore)

fortepiano 

ARNOLD, MALCOLM: Elegy (Review by Tom Moore)

harpsichord 

BACH, JOHANN SEBASTIAN: Concerto in F after Vivaldi, BWV 978, Preludes and Fugues (Review by Edward Strickland)

harpsichord 

BACH, JOHANN SEBASTIAN: O Jesu Christ, meins Lebens Licht, BWV 118. 14 Canons, BWV 1087. 9 Organ chorales. Cantata movements and 4-Part Chorales (Review by George Chien)

conductor 

BACH, JOHANN SEBASTIAN: O Jesu Christ, meins Lebens Licht, BWV 118. 14 Canons, BWV 1087. 9 Organ chorales. Cantata movements and 4-Part Chorales (Review by George Chien)

organ 

BASTON: Recorder Concerto No. 2 in D (Review by Ronald E. Grames)

harpsichord 

BEACH, AMY CHENEY: Romance (Review by David DeBoor Canfield)

saxophone 

BENDA, JIŘÍ ANTONÍN: Cephalus and Aurora (Review by David Johnson)

fortepiano 

BENDA, JIŘÍ ANTONÍN: Du kleine Blondine. Du fehlest mir. Venus, wenn du willst mich rühren. Cephalus and Aurora—Cantata. Philint ist still. Philint stand jüngst vor Babets Thür. Ich liebte nur Ismenen. Mein Thyrsis, dürft ich dir doch sagen. Belise starb. Lieber Amor, leihe mir. Mein Geliebter hat versprochen. Faulheit, itzo will ich dir. Eine trunkner Dichter leerte. Mir Armen, den des Fiebers Kraft. Von nun an, O Liebe. Das Andenken. Forte piano Sonatinas (Review by David Johnson)

fortepiano 

BLOW, JOHN: Fairest Work of Happy Nature—Songs and Keyboard Music (Review by Tom Moore)

chamber organ 

BLOW, JOHN: Fairest Work of Happy Nature—Songs and Keyboard Music (Review by Tom Moore)

harpsichord 

BLOW, JOHN: No more, the dear lovely nymph's no more. Prelude in G. The self-banish'd. Lovely Selina, innocent and free. Morlake Ground. O turn not those fine eyes away. Sett No. 1 in D. Sett No. 3 in A Minor. Fairest work of happy nature. Flavia grown old. Ground in G Minor. Oh! that mine eyes would melt into a flood. Verse in G Minor. O mighty God, who sit'st on high. Sabina has a thousand charms. Of all the torments, all the cares. Ground in C. No, Lesbia, you ask in vain—Elegy on the Death of Queen Mary (Review by Tom Moore)

chamber organ 

BLOW, JOHN: No more, the dear lovely nymph's no more. Prelude in G. The self-banish'd. Lovely Selina, innocent and free. Morlake Ground. O turn not those fine eyes away. Sett No. 1 in D. Sett No. 3 in A Minor. Fairest work of happy nature. Flavia grown old. Ground in G Minor. Oh! that mine eyes would melt into a flood. Verse in G Minor. O mighty God, who sit'st on high. Sabina has a thousand charms. Of all the torments, all the cares. Ground in C. No, Lesbia, you ask in vain—Elegy on the Death of Queen Mary (Review by Tom Moore)

harpsichord 

CABANILLES, JOAN BAUTISTA JOSÉ: Passacalles No. 2 (Review by James V. Maiello)

organ 

CABANILLES, JOAN BAUTISTA JOSÉ: Tientos Nos. 12, 31, 82, 9, 63, 55, 14 (Review by James V. Maiello)

organ 

CABANILLES, JOAN BAUTISTA JOSÉ: Tocatas Nos. 1, 2, 4 (Review by James V. Maiello)

organ 

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

fortepiano 

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

harpsichord 

CASA, DALLA: Il vero modo di diminuir (Review by Ronald E. Grames)

harpsichord 

CASA, DALLA: Petit Jacquet (Review by Tom Moore)

harpsichord 

CASA, DALLA: Petit Jacquet (Review by Tom Moore)

organ 

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

harpsichord 

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

organ 

CHÉDEVILLE, NICOLAS: Recorder Sonatas, op. 13 “Il pastor fido” (Review by Ronald E. Grames)

harpsichord 

CONNESSON: Techno-Parade (Review by David DeBoor Canfield)

saxophone 

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

harpsichord 

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

organ 

CROFT: Recorder Sonata in G (Review by Ronald E. Grames)

harpsichord 

CROFT: Sonata in G for Recorder and Continuo (Review by Tom Moore)

harpsichord 

CROFT: Sonata in G for Recorder and Continuo (Review by Tom Moore)

organ 

CROFT: Sonata in G (Review by Edward Strickland)

harpsichord 

CROFT: Sonata in G (Review by Edward Strickland)

organ 

DEMERSSEMAN, JULES: Fantasie (Review by David DeBoor Canfield)

saxophone 

EARLE: Go, rose! my Chloe's bosom grace. T. LINLEY Jr. (Review by David Mason Greene)

harpsichord 

ETEZADY: Glint (Review by David DeBoor Canfield)

saxophone 

EYCK: Der Fluyten Lust-hof (Review by Ronald E. Grames)

harpsichord 

EYCK: Wat Zal Men Op Den Avond Doen (Review by Tom Moore)

harpsichord 

EYCK: Wat Zal Men Op Den Avond Doen (Review by Tom Moore)

organ 

FINGER, GOTTFRIED: Division on a Ground in F for Recorder and Continue (Review by Tom Moore)

harpsichord 

FINGER, GOTTFRIED: Division on a Ground in F for Recorder and Continue (Review by Tom Moore)

organ 

FINGER, GOTTFRIED: Divisions on a Ground in F (Review by Ronald E. Grames)

harpsichord 

FRESCOBALDI: Toccata (Review by Edward Strickland)

harpsichord 

FRESCOBALDI: Toccata (Review by Edward Strickland)

organ 

GABRIELI, ANDREA: Ancor che co’l partire (Review by J. F. Weber)

director 

GABRIELI, ANDREA: Ancor che co’l partire (Review by J. F. Weber)

organ 

GABRIELI, ANDREA: De profundis clamavi. O sacrum convivium. Ancor che co’l partire (Review by Brian Robins)

director 

GABRIELI, ANDREA: De profundis clamavi. O sacrum convivium. Ancor che co’l partire (Review by Brian Robins)

organ 

GABRIELI, ANDREA: Instrumental pieces (Review by J. F. Weber)

director 

GABRIELI, ANDREA: Instrumental pieces (Review by J. F. Weber)

organ 

GABRIELI, ANDREA: Missa Pater peccavi (Review by Martin Anderson)

director 

GABRIELI, ANDREA: Missa Pater peccavi (Review by J. F. Weber)

director 

GABRIELI, ANDREA: Missa Pater peccavi. De profundis. O sacrum convivium (Review by J. F. Weber)

director 

GABRIELI, ANDREA: Missa Pater peccavi. De profundis. O sacrum convivium (Review by J. F. Weber)

organ 

GABRIELI, ANDREA: Missa Pater peccavi (Review by Brian Robins)

director 

GABRIELI, ANDREA: Missa Pater peccavi (Review by Brian Robins)

organ 

GABRIELI, ANDREA: Ricercari (5) (Review by Brian Robins)

director 

GABRIELI, ANDREA: Ricercari (5) (Review by Brian Robins)

organ 

GABRIELI, GIOVANNI: Sacrae Sinfoniae, 1597 (Review by Brian Robins)

organ 

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

harpsichord 

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

organ 

HANDEL, GEORGE FRIDERIC: Trio Sonata for Recorder, Violin, and Continuo in F, HWV 389 (Review by Ronald E. Grames)

harpsichord 

HANDEL, GEORGE FRIDERIC: Trio Sonata in F for Recorder, Violin, and Continuo, op. 2, no. 5 (Review by Tom Moore)

harpsichord 

HANDEL, GEORGE FRIDERIC: Trio Sonata in F for Recorder, Violin, and Continuo, op. 2, no. 5 (Review by Tom Moore)

organ 

HARRINGTON: Enchanting harmonist. Ode to the memory of Italian virtuosi. Damon and Clora. The Lyre (Review by David Mason Greene)

harpsichord 

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

fortepiano 

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

harpsichord 

HERSCHEL: Sonata in D for Obbligato Harpsichord, Violin, and Cello (Review by David Mason Greene)

harpsichord 

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

fortepiano 

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

harpsichord 

JACKSON, WILLIAM: Sonata in A Minor for Harpsichord and Violin. Love in thine eyes for ever plays. Elegy III. Where the bee sucks (Review by David Mason Greene)

harpsichord 

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

fortepiano 

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

harpsichord 

LAWES, WILLIAM: Sett a 4 in G Minor. Consort Setts a 5 (Review by Brian Robins)

organ 

LECLAIR: Sonata in F for Recorder and Continuo (Review by Tom Moore)

harpsichord 

LECLAIR: Sonata in F for Recorder and Continuo (Review by Tom Moore)

organ 

LECLAIR: Violin Sonata in G, op. 9/7 (Review by Ronald E. Grames)

harpsichord 

LINLEY THE ELDER, THOMAS: Awake, my lyre (Review by David Mason Greene)

harpsichord 

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

fortepiano 

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

harpsichord 

MACKEY, JOHN: Concerto for Soprano Saxophone and Wind Ens (Review by David DeBoor Canfield)

saxophone 

ORLOVICH: Crazy Logic (Review by David DeBoor Canfield)

saxophone 

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

harpsichord 

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

organ 

PHILIDOR, ANNE DANICAN: Sonata in D Minor (Review by Edward Strickland)

harpsichord 

PHILIDOR, ANNE DANICAN: Sonata in D Minor (Review by Edward Strickland)

organ 

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)

fortepiano 

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)

harpsichord 

PURCELL: Ground in C (Review by Michael Ullman)

harpsichord  

PURCELL: Ground in C (Review by Michael Ullman)

organ  

PURCELL: 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 (Review by Michael Ullman)

harpsichord  

PURCELL: 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 (Review by Michael Ullman)

organ  

PURCELL: Lord, What Is Man. O Solitude. In the Black, Dismal Dungeon of Despair. Lord, I Can Suffer Thy Rebukes (Review by Michael Ullman)

harpsichord  

PURCELL: Lord, What Is Man. O Solitude. In the Black, Dismal Dungeon of Despair. Lord, I Can Suffer Thy Rebukes (Review by Michael Ullman)

organ  

PURCELL: O, I Am Sick of Life. Close Thine Eyes. Funeral Sentences for the Death of Queen Mary II (1695) (Review by Michael Ullman)

harpsichord  

PURCELL: O, I Am Sick of Life. Close Thine Eyes. Funeral Sentences for the Death of Queen Mary II (1695) (Review by Michael Ullman)

organ  

PURCELL: Voluntaries (Review by Michael Ullman)

harpsichord  

PURCELL: Voluntaries (Review by Michael Ullman)

organ  

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

fortepiano 

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

harpsichord 

SCARLATTI, D.: Fille, già più non parlo. Se ti dicesse un core. Di Fille vendicarmi vorrei. Sospendi o man per poco. Se per un sol momento—Cantata for Two Sopranos and Continuo (Review by David Johnson)

harpsichord 

SCARLATTI, D.: Late Cantatas, Volume 3. No, non fuggire o Nice; Ti ricorda o bella Irene; Qual pensier, qual ardire; Con qual cor; Tirsi caro (Review by David Johnson)

harpsichord 

SCARLATTI, D.: Late Cantatas, Volume 4 (Review by David Johnson)

harpsichord 

SCHOP: Lachrime Pavaen (Review by Edward Strickland)

harpsichord 

SCHOP: Lachrime Pavaen (Review by Edward Strickland)

organ 

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

fortepiano 

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

harpsichord 

STORACE: The curfew (Review by Tom Moore)

fortepiano 

STORACE: The curfew (Review by Tom Moore)

harpsichord 

TELEMANN, GEORG PHILIPP: Quartet in g, TV 43 (Review by Ronald E. Grames)

harpsichord 

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

harpsichord 

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

organ 

TOMKINS: Consort Music for Viols and Voices. Keyboard Music. Rose Consort of Viols (Review by Brian Robins)

harpsichord 

TOMKINS: Consort Music for Viols and Voices. Keyboard Music. Rose Consort of Viols (Review by Brian Robins)

organ 

VIVALDI, ANTONIO: Sonata in G Minor for Recorder and Continuo, op. 13, no. 6, RV. 58 (Review by Tom Moore)

harpsichord 

VIVALDI, ANTONIO: Sonata in G Minor for Recorder and Continuo, op. 13, no. 6, RV. 58 (Review by Tom Moore)

organ 

WALTHER, JOHANN: Imitatione del cuccu in G (Review by Robert Maxham)

harpsichord 

WALTHER, JOHANN: Imitatione del cuccu in G (Review by Robert Maxham)

organ 

WALTHER, JOHANN: Scherzos for Violin and Basso Continuo (Review by Robert Maxham)

harpsichord 

WALTHER, JOHANN: Scherzos for Violin and Basso Continuo (Review by Robert Maxham)

organ 

WESTHOFF: Violin Suites (Review by Robert Maxham)

harpsichord 

WESTHOFF: Violin Suites (Review by Robert Maxham)

organ 

WORGAN: Complete Organ Works (Review by James A. Altena)

organ 

 

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