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MEDIEVAL CHANT AND TALLIS LAMENTATIONS: (Review by J. F. Weber)

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BACH, JOHANN SEBASTIAN: Bist du bei mir, BWV 508 (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

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BACH, JOHANN SEBASTIAN: Cantatas Nos. 51 and 68. St. John Passion (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

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BACH, JOHANN SEBASTIAN: Magnificat in D, BWV 243 (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

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BACH, JOHANN SEBASTIAN: Zereisset, zersprenget, zertrümmert die Gruft, BWV 205 (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

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DANYEL: Like as the lute delights. Time, cruel time. Pavan in C. What delight can they enjoy . Mrs M E her funeral tears for the death of her husband. Why canst thou not. Stay, cruel, stay. The Passymea-sures Galliard. Coy Daphne fled . Let not Chloris think . Eyes look no more. Rosmund Thou pretty bird. A Fancy. Dost thou withdraw thy grace?. He whose desires are still abroad. If I could shut the gate.1 die whenas I do not see. Monsieurs Almain. Can doleful notes?. Now the earth, the skies, the air' . Mistress Anne Grene her Leaves be Green (Review by Brian Robins)

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DANYEL: The Complete Songs and Lute Music (Review by Brian Robins)

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HANDEL, GEORGE FRIDERIC: Alcina (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

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HANDEL, GEORGE FRIDERIC: Eternal source of Light Divine. Messiah (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

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HANDEL, GEORGE FRIDERIC: Joshua (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

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HANDEL, GEORGE FRIDERIC: Rinaldo (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

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HANDEL, GEORGE FRIDERIC: Samson (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

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LOBO, ALFONSO: Versa est in luctum. Misericordiae Domini (Review by J. F. Weber)

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MOZART: Exsultate, jubilate (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

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MOZART: Le nozze di Figaro (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

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POULENC: Choral Works (Review by Joel Kasow)

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POULENC: Litanies à la Vierge Noire. Salve Regina. Un soir de neige. Figure humaine. 4 petites prières de Saint François d’Assise (Review by Joel Kasow)

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POULENC: Mass in G (Review by Joel Kasow)

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PURCELL: Complete Odes and Welcome Songs, Volume 5 (Review by Heuwell Tircuit)

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PURCELL: Complete Odes and Welcome Songs, Volume 6 (Review by Michael Ullman)

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PURCELL: Complete Odes and Welcome Songs, Volume 7 (Review by Michael Ullman)

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PURCELL: 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 (Review by Michael Ullman)

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PURCELL: 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“) (Review by Michael Ullman)

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PURCELL: 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!“) (Review by Heuwell Tircuit)

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PURCELL: 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?“) (Review by Michael Ullman)

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PURCELL: The Complete Anthems and Services, Volume Seven (Review by Michael Ullman)

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VICTORIA: 18 Responsories for Tenebrae (Review by J. F. Weber)

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VICTORIA: Requiem Mass (1605) (Review by J. F. Weber)

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VIVALDI, ANTONIO: Domine ad adiuvandum me festina—Response (Review by George Chien)

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VIVALDI, ANTONIO: Vespers (Review by George Chien)

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