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Big Purcell Box (8 Hour Digital Boxed Set)

Big Purcell Box (8 Hour Digital Boxed Set)

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The Fairy Queen, Z. 629, Suite I
The Wiener Solisten, orchestra; Wilfried Bottcher, conductor
1. I. Air
2. II. Rondeau
3. III. Dance for the Fairies
4. IV. Hornpipe
5. V. Jig

The Fairy Queen, Z. 629, Suite II
The Wiener Solisten, orchestra; Wilfried Bottcher, conductor
6. I. Prelude
7. II. Mondey’s Dance
8. III. Air
9. IV. Chaconne
 
Come Ye Sons of Art (Ode on the Birthday of Queen Mary, 1694), Z. 323
April Cantelo, performer; Gerald English, performer; Alfred Deller, performer; Maurice Bevan, performer;

Walter Bergmann, performer; Kalmar Orchestra of London; Alfred Deller, conductor
10. Symphony (Largo-Allegro-Adagio)
11. Come Ye Sons of Art
12. Sound The Trumpet
13. Come Ye Sons of Art (reprise)
14. Strike the Viol
15. The Day that Such a Blessing
16. Bid the Virtues
17. These are the Sacred Charms
18. See Nature Rejoicing
 
The Fantasias for Viol
Concentus Musicus Wien; Nikolaus Harnoncourt, conductor
19. The Fantasias for Viol, Three-Voice Fantasia No. 1, in D Minor, Z. 732
20. The Fantasias for Viol, Three-Voice Fantasia No. 2, in F Major, Z. 733
21. The Fantasias for Viol, Three-Voice Fantasia No. 3, in G Minor, Z. 734
22. The Fantasias for Viol, Four-Voice Fantasia No. 5, in D Minor, Z. 739
23. The Fantasias for Viol, Four-Voice Fantasia No. 6, in A Minor, Z. 740
24. The Fantasias for Viol, Four-Voice Fantasia No. 1, in G Minor, Z. 735
25. The Fantasias for Viol, Four-Voice Fantasia No. 7, in E Minor, Z. 741
26. The Fantasias for Viol, Four-Voice Fantasia No. 2, in B-flat Major, Z. 736
27. The Fantasias for Viol, Four-Voice Fantasia No. 8, in G Major, Z. 742
28. The Fantasias for Viol, Four-Voice Fantasia No. 3, in F Major, Z. 737
29. The Fantasias for Viol, Four-Voice Fantasia No. 4, in C Minor, Z. 738
30. The Fantasias for Viol, Four-Voice Fantasia No. 9, in D Minor, Z. 743
31. The Fantasias for Viol, Fantasia upon One note, 5 Voices in F Major, Z. 744
32. The Fantasias for Viol, In Nomine of 7 Part, Z. 747
33. The Fantasias for Viol, In Nomine of 6 Parts, Z. 746
 
34 Rejoice in the Lord Alway (The Bell Anthem), Z. 49
April Cantelo, performer; Gerald English, performer; Alfred Deller, performer; Maurice Bevan, performer;

Walter Bergmann, performer; Kalmar Orchestra of London; Alfred Deller, conductor

Twelve Lessons from “Musick’s Handmaid”, Part II
George Malcolm, performer
35. Lesson 1: Song Tune
36. Lesson 2: Con Spirito
37. Lesson 3: March
38. Lesson 4: New Minuet
39. Lesson 5: Minuet
40. Lesson 6: Minuet
41.  Lesson 7: A New Scotch Tune
42. Lesson 8: A New Ground
43. Lesson 9: A New Irish Tune: Lilliburlero
44. Lesson 10: Rigadoon
45. Lesson 11: Sefauchi's Farewell
46. Lesson 12: Minuet

My Beloved Spake, Z. 28
April Cantelo, performer; Gerald English, performer; Alfred Deller, performer; Maurice Bevan, performer;

Walter Bergmann, performer; Kalmar Orchestra of London; Alfred Deller, conductor
47. I. Symphony
48. II. My beloved Spake
49. III. For, lo, the Winter is Past
50. IV. The Time of Singing
51. V. And the Voice of the Turtle
52. VI. The Fig Tree
53. VII. Arise
54. VIII. My Beloved is Mine

Harpsichord Suite No. 6 in D Major
George Malcolm, performer
55. I. Prelude
56. II. Allemande
57. III. Hornpipe

The Masque in Dioclesian, Z. 627
Concentus Musicus Wien; Alfred Deller, conductor; Honor Sheppard, performer; Sally Lesage, performer;

Philip Todd, performer; Max Worthley, performer; Maurice Bevan, performer
58. Call the Nymphs and the Fauns
59. Let the Graces and Pleasures Repair
60. Come, come away
61. Behold O mighty’st of gods
62. Paspe (Passepied)
63. Oh the Sweet Delights of love
64. Let monarchs fight for power and fame
65. Make room for the great God
66. I’m here with my jolly crew
67. Dance of the Bacchanals
68. Still I’m wishing, still desiring
69. Can Drusilla give me no more?
70. Canaries
71. Tell me why, my charming fair
72. Dance
73. All our days and nights
74. Dance
75. Triumph victorious Love
76. Incidental Music in the play, First Music
77. Incidental Music in the play, First Act Tune or Hornpipe
78. Instrumental Interlude
79. Incidental Music in the play, Dance of the Furies
80. Incidental Music in the play, Second Act Tune
81. Incidental Music in the play, The Chair Dance
82. Incidental Music in the play, Third Act Tune
83. Instrumental Interlude
84. Incidental Music in the play, Butterfly Dance
85. Country Dance

86. Chaconne in G Minor, Z. 730
87. Fantasia in G minor, Z.735
88. Fantasia in B-flat major, Z.736
89. Fantasia in F major, Z.737
90. Fantasia in C minor, Z.738
91. Fantasia on One Note, Z. 745
92. Fantasia in D minor, Z.739
93. Fantasia in A minor, Z.740
94. Fantasia in E minor, Z.741
95. Fantasia in G major, Z.742
96. Fantasia in D minor, Z.743
Vienna Chamber Orchestra; Franz Litschauer, conductor

Ode for St. Cecilia’s Day: Hail, Bright Cecilia Z. 328
April Cantelo, performer; Gerald English, performer; Alfred Deller, performer; Maurice Bevan, performer;

Walter Bergmann, performer; Peter Salmon, performer; Wilfred Brown, performer; John Frost, performer;

Kalmar Orchestra of London; Ambrosian Singers; Michael Tippett, conductor
97. Symphony (Overture)
98. Hail Bright Cecilia
99. Hark, Each tree (Duet)
100. Tis nature's Voice (Alto Solo)
101. Soul of the World (Chorus)
102. Thou Tun'st This World (Soprano Solo)
103. With That Sublime Celestial Lay (trio)
104. Wond'rous Machine (Bass Solo)
105. The Airy Violin (Alto solo)
106. In Vain the Am'rous Flute (Duet)
107. The Fife and all the Harmony of War (Alto Solo)
108. Let These Among Themselves Contest (Duet)
109. Hail! Bright Cecilia (Great Chorus)

Welcome to All the Pleasures (Ode on St Cecilia's Day, 1683), Z. 339
April Cantelo, performer; Gerald English, performer; Alfred Deller, performer; Maurice Bevan, performer;

Walter Bergmann, performer; Eileen McLoughlin, performer; Wilfred Brown, performer; Owen Grundy, performer;

Kalmar Orchestra of London; Alfred Deller, conductor
110. Symphony, Maestoso-Vivace
111. Welcome to All the Pleasures, Z. 339
112. Here the Deities Approve
113. While Joys Celestial
114. Then Lift Up Your Voices
115. Adagio (harpsichord solo)
116. Beauty Thou Scene of Love
117. In a Consort of Voices

Abdelazer or the Moor’s Revenge Suite, Z.570
Chamber Orchestra of Hartford; Fritz Mahler, conductor
118. I. Overture
119. II. Rondeau
120. III. Air
121. IV. Air
122. V. Minuet
123. VI. Air
124. VII. Jig
125. VIII. Hornpipe
126. IX. Air

The Married Beau, or the Curious Impertinent, Z. 603
Chamber Orchestra of Hartford; Fritz Mahler, conductor
127. I. Overture
128. II. Hornpipe
129. III. Slow Air
130. IV. Trumpet Air
131. V. Jig
132. VI. Hornpipe
133. VII. March
134. VIII. Hornpipe on a Ground

The Gordian Knot Untied, Z. 597
Chamber Orchestra of Hartford; Fritz Mahler, conductor
135. I. Overture
136. II. Air
137. III. Rondeau Minuet
138. IV. Air
139. V. Jig
140. VI. Chaconne
141. VII. Air
142. VIII. Minuet

The Virtuous Wife, or Good Luck at Last, Z. 611
Chamber Orchestra of Hartford; Fritz Mahler, conductor
143. I.  Overture
144. II.  Slow Air
145. III. Hornpipe
146. IV Minuets I and II
147. V. Allegro

148. Fantasia upon a Ground for 3 Violins for Three Violins and Continuo, Z. 731
Neville Marriner, performer; Peter Gibbs, performer; Desmond duPre, performer; George Malcolm, performer

149. Oedipus (1692), Z. 583 “Music for a While”
Alfred Deller, performer; Walter Bergman, performer

150. I love and I must, Z. 382
Alfred Deller, performer; April Cantelo, performer; George Malcolm, performer

151. The Comical History of Don Quixote, Z. 578 – Part I: Let the Dreadful Engines
Alfred Deller, performer; Maurice Bevan, performer; George Malcolm, performer

152. The Fairy Queen – Epithalalmium “Thrice Happy Lovers”
Alfred Deller, performer; Walter Bergmann, performer

153. “If Music Be the Food of Love", 1st Version, Z 379A
Alfred Deller, performer; Walter Bermann, performer

154. The Blessed Virgin’s Expostulation “Tell me, Some Pitying Angel", Z. 186
Alfred Deller, performer ; April Cantelo, performer; Walter Bergmann, performer

155. Not All My Torments, Z. 400
Alfred Deller *<performer>; Walter Bermann *<performer>

156. Upon a Quiet Consicence “Close Thine Eyes and Sleep Secure", Z. 184
Alfred Deller, performer; Maurice Bevan, performer; April Cantelo, performer; George Malcolm, performer

157. King Arthur, Z. 628 – Venus’s Song “Fairest Isle, all isles excelling"
Alfred Deller, performer; Walter Bergmann, performer

158. Pausanias, Z. 585 “Sweeter than Roses"
Alfred Deller, performer; Walter Bergmann, performer

159. The Fatal Hour Comes on Apace, Z. 421
Alfred Deller, performer; Walter Bergmann, performer

160. Ode on Queen Mary’s Birthday, Z. 321 “Crown the Altar”
Alfred Deller, performer; Walter Bergmann, performer

161. The Indian Queen Z. 630 “I Attempt from Love's Sickness to Fly"
Alfred Deller, performer; Walter Bergmann, performer

162. Bonduca Z. 574 – Bonduca’s Song: “O Lead Me to Some Peaceful Gloom”
Alfred Deller, performer; Walter Bergmann, performer

163. Dioclesian, Z. 627 “What Shall I Do to Show How Much I Love Her?"
Alfred Deller, performer; Walter Bergmann, performer

164. The Comical History of Don Quixote, Z. 578 “From Rosy Bowrs"
Alfred Deller, performer; Walter Bergmann, performer

Ten Sonatas in Four Parts (c. 1680): Sonata No. 9 in F (Golden Sonata), Z. 810
Granville Jones, performer; Peter Gibbs, performer; Desmond Dupre, performer; George Malcolm, performer
165. I. Allegro
166. II. Adagio
167. III. Canzona Allegro
168. IV. Grave
169. V. Allegro

Sonata in G Minor for Violin and Continuo, Z. 780
Neville Marriner, performer; George Malcolm, performer
170. I. Adagio - Moderato
171. II. Adagiio con espressione
172. III. Vivace

173. The Faerie Queen, Z. 629: Secrecie’s Song
174. The Faerie Queen, Z. 629: Mystery’s Song
175. Cantata “If ever I more riches did desire”, Z. 544: Here let my life
176. Ode on St. Cecilia’s Day “Welcome to All the Pleasures, Z. 339”, Z. 339: Here the Deities approve
177. Dioclesian, Z. 627: Since from my dear Astrea’s sight
178. The Faerie Queen, Z. 629: The Plaint
Alfred Deller, performer; Leonhardt Baroque Ensemble; Gustav Leonhardt, conductor

Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626
Mary Thomas, performer; Honor Sheppard, performer; Helen Watts, performer; Maurice Bevan, performer; Ellen Dales, performer; Robert Tear, performer; Oriana Concert Choir; Oriano Concert Orchestra; Alfred Deller, conductor
179. Overture
180. Act. 1, I. Shake the cloud off your brow
181. Act 1, II. Ah Belinda, I am press’d
182. Act 1, III. Grief increase, I am press’d with torment
183. Act 1, IV. When monarchs unite, how happy their state
184. Act 1, V. Whence could so much virtue spring
185. Act 1, VI. Fear no danger to ensue
186. Act 1, VII. See, your royal guest appears
187. Act 1, VIII. Cupid only throws the dart
188. Act 1, IX. If not for mine, for empire’s sake
189. Act 1, X. Pursue thy conquest, Love
190. Act 1, CI. To the hills and vales
191. Act 1, XII. The Triumphing Dance
192. Act 2, I. Prelude for the witches
193. Act 2, II. Wayward sisters, you that fright
194. Act 2, III. Harm’s our delight and mischief all our skill
195. Act 2, IV. The Queen of Carthage, whom we hate
196. Act 2, V. Ha, Ha, Ha
197. Act 2, VI. Ruin’d ere we this perform
198. Act 2, VII. Ha, Ha, Ha
199. Act 2, VIII. But ere we this perform
200. Act 2, IX. In our deep-vaulted cell
201. Act 2, X. Echo Dance of Furies
202. Act 2, XI. Ritornello
203. Act 2, XII. Thanks to these lonsome vales
204. Act 2, XIII. Off she visits this lov’d mountain
205. Act 2, XIV. Behold, upon my bending spear
206. Act 2, XV. Haste, hast to town
207. Act 2, XVI. Stay, Prince, and hear great love’s command
208. Act 3, I. Prelude for the sailors
209. Act 3, II. Come away, fellow sailors
210. Act 3, III. The Sailors Dance
211. Act 3, IV. See the flags and streamers curling
212. Act 3, V. Our next motion
213. Act 3, VI. Destruction’s our delight
214. Act 3, VII. The Witches Brew
215. Act 3, VIII. Your counsel all is urg’d in vain
216. Act 3, IX. Great minds against themselves
217. Act 3, X. Thy hand, Belinda, darkness shades me
218. Act 3, XI. When I am laid in earth
219. Act 3, XII. With drooping wings ye Cupids come


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