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Performer: Joseph Cornwell

DON QUIXOTE: (Review by David Johnson)

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BLOW, JOHN: God spake sometime in visions. How doth the city. The Lord is my shepherd. God is our hope and strength. I beheld, and lo! Turn thee unto me. Blessed is the man. Lift up your heads. O Lord, I have sinned. O give thanks. O Lord, thou has searched me out. Cry aloud and spare not. Lord, who shall dwell? I said in the cutting off of my days (Review by Brian Robins)

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BLOW, JOHN: Stay, gentle Echo (Review by David Johnson)

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BLOW, JOHN: The Glorious Day Is Come (Review by Elliott S. Hurwitt)

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BLOW, JOHN: Venus and Adonis (Review by David Johnson)

Death 

BLOW, JOHN: Venus and Adonis (Review by David Johnson)

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BOYCE: Peleus and Thetis. Florizel and Perdita (Review by Tom Moore)

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DRAGHI: From Harmony, from Heav'nly Harmony (Review by Elliott S. Hurwitt)

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ECCLES, JOHN: Fixt on the fair Miranda's eyes. Releive, the fair Belinda said. Come, let us howle. Let us revell and roar. Hey hoe! (Review by David Johnson)

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GIBBONS, CHRISTOPHER/LOCKE, MATTHEW: Cupid and Death (Review by David Johnson)

Death 

GIBBONS, CHRISTOPHER/LOCKE, MATTHEW: Cupid and Death (Review by David Johnson)

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GOUVY, TH√ČODORE: Oedipe √† Colone (Review by James A. Altena)

Polynice 

HANDEL, GEORGE FRIDERIC: Carmelite Vespers (1707) (Review by Ralph V. Lucano)

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HANDEL, GEORGE FRIDERIC: Messiah (Review by John Bauman)

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MONTEVERDI: Mass of Thanksgiving, Venice, 1631 (Review by J. F. Weber)

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PERI: Euridice (Review by Ronald E. Grames)

Arcetro 

PURCELL, DANIEL: On yonder Bed Supinely Laid. Underneath a gloomy shade (Review by David Johnson)

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PURCELL, HENRY: King Arthur (Review by Michael Ullman)

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PURCELL, HENRY: 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 (Review by David Johnson)

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RYELANDT, JOSEPH: Agnus Dei, op. 56 (Review by Martin Anderson)

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VIVALDI, ANTONIO: Arsilda, regina di Ponto, RV 700 (Review by Brian Robins)

Tamese 

WELDON: The appointed Hour. Take, O take those Lips away (Review by David Johnson)

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