Henry Purcell

Henry Purcell (1659–1695)
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(Gavotte) Almond in D-sol-re ZD219/1
(Saraband) Borry in D-sol-re ZD2l9/2 ZD2l9/2
20 Pieces for Klavier (ed. Davitt Moroney): Prelude (alternative version to suite no. 4 Z 663)
20 Pieces for Klavier (ed. Davitt Moroney): Prelude in C-dur
20 Pieces for Klavier (ed. Davitt Moroney): 1 Prelude
20 Pieces for Klavier (ed. Davitt Moroney): 2 Minuet
20 Pieces for Klavier (ed. Davitt Moroney): 3 Aria
20 Pieces for Klavier (ed. Davitt Moroney): 5 Thus happy
20 Pieces for Klavier (ed. Davitt Moroney): 7 Aria
20 Pieces for Klavier (ed. Davitt Moroney): 9 Hornpipe
20 Pieces for Klavier (ed. Davitt Moroney): 10 Hornpipe
20 Pieces for Klavier (ed. Davitt Moroney): 11 Minuet
20 Pieces for Klavier (ed. Davitt Moroney): 12 Aria
20 Pieces for Klavier (ed. Davitt Moroney): 13 Minuet
20 Pieces for Klavier (ed. Davitt Moroney): 17 Gigue
A New Ground in e-moll ZT682
A New Irish Tune Z 646
A New Scotch Tune Z 655
Air In D Minor, ZT 675 ZT675
Alternative Prelude from Suite No. 2 in G minor
An Evening Hymn ZD 77
Aria (Minuet) ZT696/2
Awake, and with attention hear (1681) Z 181
Benedictus in B flat major (before 1682) Z 230 (2)
Birthday ode for Queen Mary `Arise my Muse` (1690) Z 320
Birthday ode for Queen Mary `Celebrate this Festival!` (1693) Z 321
Birthday ode for Queen Mary `Come Ye Sons of Art` (1694) Z 323
Birthday ode for Queen Mary `Love`s goddess sure was blind` (1692) Z 331
Birthday ode for Queen Mary `Now does the glorious day appear` (1689) Z 332
Birthday ode for Queen Mary `Sound the trumpet, beat the drum` (1678) Z 335
Birthday ode for Queen Mary `Welcome, welcome glorious morn` (1691) Z 338
Bonduca or The British Heroine (1695) Z 574
Canary ZT677
Canon, `Misere Mei` Canon 4 in 2 (published 1687) Z 109
Cantata `If ever I more riches did desire` Z 544
Cantate Domino & Deus misereatur in B flat major (before 1682) Z 230 (9,10)
Chaconne g-moll for Harpsichord (from Timon of Athens) ZT680
Chaconne g moll Z 730
Chopped Gordian knot, Music for the play (1691) Z 597
Cleomenes, the Spartan Hero (1692) Z 576
Corant in G major (Unknown) Z 644
Distressed Innocence or Princess of Persia (1694) Z 577
Early, O Lord, my fainting soul (c. 1680) Z 132
Epsom Wells (1693) Z 579
Fantasia I for 3 viols Z 732
Fantasia II for 3 viols Z 733
Fantasia III for 3 viols Z 734
Fantasia IV for 4 viols g-moll Z 735
Fantasia IX for 4 viols a-moll Z 740
Fantasia V for 4 viols -dur Z 736
Fantasia VI for 4 viols F-dur Z 737
Fantasia VII for 4 viols c-moll Z 738
Fantasia VIII for 4 viols d-moll Z 739
Fantasia X for 4 viols e-moll Z 741
Fantasia XI for 4 viols G-dur Z 742
Fantasia XII for 4 viols d-moll Z 743
Fantasy a 4 Z 731
Fantasy for Five Violas F-dur Z 745
Fantasy in A minor (incomplete) Z 744
Fly Swift, Ye Hours Z 369
From silent shades and the Elysian groves (1683) Z 370
Full Anthem `O God, Thou art my God` (c. 168082) Z 35
Full Anthem ` Lord, how long wilt Thou be angry?` (c. 168082) Z 25
Full Anthem `Blow up the trumpet in Sion` (before 1679) Z 10
Full Anthem `Hear my prayer, O Lord` (before 1683) Z 15
Full Anthem `In the midst of life, hymn` (before 1682) Z 17
Full Anthem `Man that is born of a woman` (c. 168082) Z 27
Full Anthem `O God, the king of glory` (before 1679) Z 34
Full Anthem `O God, thou hast cast us out` (c. 168082) Z 36
Full Anthem `O Lord God of hosts` (c. 168082) Z 37
Full Anthem `Remember not, O Lord, our offences` Z 50
Full Anthem `Save me, O God` (before 1681) Z 51
Full Anthem, `I will sing unto the Lord` (before 1679) Z 22
Full of wrath his threatening breath Z 185
Funerall March & Canzona Z 860
Great God and just (1688) Z 186
Ground from Celebrate The Festival ZD222
Ground from Ye Tuneful Muses ZT681
Ground G-dur ZD221
Ground In Gamut Z 645
Hear me, O Lord, the great support (168082) Z 133
Henry II, King of England (1692) Z 580
Hornpipe ZT683
Hornpipe ZT685
Hornpipe in d-moll ZT684
Hosanna to the highest Z 187
How have I strayed (1688) Z 188
How long, great God? (1688) Z 189
Hymn `Awake, and with attention hear` (published 1681) Z 181
Hymn `Awake, ye dead` (1693) Z 182
Hymn `Beati omnes [qui timent Dominum]` (c. 1680) Z 131
Hymn `Begin the song, and strike the living lyre` (1681) Z 183
Hymn `Close thine eyes and sleep secure` (1688), Z 184 Z 184
Hymn `Lord, what is man?` (published 1693) Z 192
Hymn `Now that the Sun hath veil`d his Light` (1688), Z 193 Z 193
Hymn `With sick and famish`d eyes` (1688) Z 200
Hymn, `Tell me, some pitying angel` (published 1693) Z 196
I will love thee, O Lord (.1679) ZN 67
In guilty night (1693) Z 134
In nomine g-moll Z 746
In nomine g-moll Z 747
In the black dismal dungeon of despair (1688) Z 190
Incidental Music Rule a Wife and Have a Wife (1693) Z 587
Incidental Music `A Fool`s Preferment or The Three Dukes of Dunstable` (1688) Z 571
Incidental Music `Amphitryon or The Two Sosias` (1690) Z 572
Incidental Music `Aureng-Zebe or The Great Mogul` (1692) Z 573
Incidental Music `Don Quixote` (169495) Z 578
Incidental Music `Oedipus` Z 583
Incidental Music `Pausanias, the Betrayer of his Country` (1695) Z 585
Incidental Music `The Mock Marriage` (1695) Z 605
Incidental Music `The Old Bachelor` (1691) Z 607
Incidental Music `The Richmond Heiress or A Woman Once in the Right` (1691) Z 608
Incidental Music `The Rival Sisters or The Violence of Love` (1695) Z 609 Z 609
Incidental Music `Tyrannic Love or The Royal Martyr` (1694) Z 613
Jehova, quam multi sunt [hestes] (c. 1680) Z 135
Jig in G minor (1696) ZT686
Jigg (ZD223) ZD223
Let the night perish (1688) Z 191
Lord, I can suffer thy rebukes (c. 1680) Z 136
Lord, not to us, but to thy name (c. 1680) Z 137
Love Triumphant or Nature Will Prevail (1693) Z 582
Magnificat & Nunc Dimittis in B flat major Z 230 (7,8)
Magnificat and Nunc dimittis in g-moll Z 231
March in C major (1687) Z 648
March in C major (1696) ZT687
March In Major, Z 647 Z 647
Minuet Z 651
Minuet in A minor (1687) Z 650
Minuet In A Minor, Z 649 Z 649
Minuet in D minor (1687) ZT689
Minuet in D minor (1687) ZT688
Music for the Funeral of Queen Mary (1695) Z 860 / Z 27 / Z 17 / Z 58c Z 860 / Z 27 / Z 17 / Z 58c
Music to the drama of Circe (1690) Z 575
O all ye people, clap your hands (c. 1680) Z 138
O Lord our governor (c. 1680) Z 141
O, I`m sick of life (c. 1680) Z 140
Ode for St. Cecilia`s Day `Welcome to all the pleasures` (1683) Z 339
Ode `Hail, Bright Cecilia` for Soloists, Chorus, Orchestra and Basso Continuo (1692) Z 328
Ode `Raise, raise the voice` (c. 1685) Z 334 Z 334
Ode `Who Can From Joy Refrain` (1695) Z 342
Ode `Why, why are all the Muses mute?` (1680), Z 343 Z 343
Ode, `Celestial music did the gods inspire` (1689) Z 322
Ode, `Fly, bold rebellion` (1683) Z 324
Ode, `From those serene and rapturous joys` (1684) Z 326
Ode, `Great parent, hail!` (1694) Z 327
Ode, `Laudate Ceciliam` (1683) Z 329
Ode, `Of old when heroes thought it base` (1690) Z 333
Ode, `Swifter, Isis, swifter flow` (1681) Z 336
Ode, `The summer`s absence unconcerned we bear` (1682) Z 337
Ode, `What, what shall be done in behalf of the man?` (1682) Z 341
Ode, `Ye tuneful Muses` (1686) Z 344
Opera `Dido and Aeneas` Z 626
Opera `Dido and Aeneas` (arias)
Oroonoko (1695) Z 584
Overture d-moll Z 771
Overture G-dur Z 770
Overture g-moll Z 772
Parts of Works
Pausanias, the Betrayer of his Country (1695) Z 586
Pavan B-dur Z 750
Pavan for two violins and basso continuo A-dur Z 748
Pavana in a-moll Z 749 Z 749
Pavana in g-moll (1680) Z 751
Pavana in g-moll for 3 Violins & basso continuo Z 752
Plung`d in the confines of despair (c. 1680) Z 142
Prelude for block-flute d-moll Z 773
Prelude `The Fairy Queen` Z 629/10
Rigadoon in C major (1687) Z 653
Rigaudon (ZD227) ZD227
Round-O from Abdelazer ZT684
Saraband with division Z 654
Sefauchi`s Farewell in D minor, Z 656 Z 656
Semi-opera `King Arthur` Z 628
Semi-opera `King Arthur` (arias)
Semi-opera `Queen of Indians` Z 630
Semi-opera `The Fairy Queen` Z 629
Semi-opera `Timon of Athens` Z 632
She loves and she confesses too (1683) Z 413
Since God, so tender a regard (c. 1680) Z 143
Sir Anthony Love or The Rambling Lady (1692) Z 588
Sir Barnaby Whigg or No Wit Like a Woman`s (1681) Z 589
Sleep, Adam, sleep and take thy rest (1688) Z 195
Sonata for Trumpet, Strings & Basso Continuo in D-dur Z 850
Sonata for two violins and basso continuo No. 2 Es-dur Z 803
Sonata for Two Violins and Basso Continuo No. 5 g-moll Z 806
Sonata for two violins and basso continuo No. 7 e-moll Z 808
Sonata for Two Violins and Basso Continuo No. 8 g-moll Z 809
Sonata for two violins and basso continuo No.10 D-dur Z 811
Sonata for two violins and basso continuo No.6 g-moll Z 807
Sonata for two violins and basso continuo 1 b-moll Z 802
Sonata for two violins and basso continuo 3 a-moll Z 804
Sonata for two violins and basso continuo 4 d-moll Z 805
Sonata for two violins and basso continuo 9 F-dur Z 810
Sonata for Violin and Basso Continuo g-moll Z 780
Song If Music Be the Food of Love Z 379a
Song n`A thousand sev`ral ways I tried` (1684) Z 359
Song Tune in C major (1687) ZT694
Song Tune in C major (1687) ZT695
Song `Ah! Cruel nymph, you give despair` Z 352
Song `Ah! how pleasant `tis to love` (1688) Z 353
Song `Ah! what pains, what racking thoughts` Z 354 Z 354
Song `Amidst the shades and cool refreshing streams` (1687) Z 355
Song `Amintas, to my grief I see` (1679) Z 356
Song `Amintor, heedless of his flocks` (1681) Z 357
Song `Ask me to love no more` (1694) Z 358
Song `Bacchus is a power divine` Z 360
Song `Beneath a dark and melancholy grove` Z 461
Song `Beware, poor Shepherds` (1684) Z 361
Song `Cease, anxious world` (1687) Z 362
Song `Celia`s fond, too long I`ve loved her` (1694) Z 364
Song `Corinna is divinely fair` (1692) Z 365
Song `Crown the Altar`
Song `Cupid, the slyest rogue alive` (1685) Z 367
Song `Draw near, you lovers` Z 462
Song `Farewell, all joys` (1685) Z 368
Song `Farewell, ye rocks` (1685) Z 463
Song `Gently shepherds, you that know` (1687) Z 464
Song `Go tell Amynta, gentle swain` Z 489
Song `He himself courts his own ruin` (1684) Z 372 Z 372
Song `Hears not my Phyllis` (1695) Z 371
Song `Hence, fond deceiver` (1687) Z 492
Song `Here Let my Life`
Song `High on a throne of glitt`ring ore` (1690) Z 465
Song `How delightful`s the life of an innocent swain` Z 373
Song `How I sigh when I think of the charms` (1681) Z 374
Song `I came, I saw, and was undone` Z 375 Z 375
Song `I love and I must` Z 382
Song `I lov`d fair Celia` (1694) Z 381
Song `I resolve against cringing` (1679) Z 386
Song `I saw that you were grown so high` Z 387
Song `I take no pleasure in the sun`s bright beams` (1681) Z 388
Song `If grief has any power to kill` (1685) Z 378
Song `If Music Be the Food of Love` Z 379b
Song `If music be the food of love` Z 379c
Song `If prayers and tears` Z 380
Song `In all our Cynthia`s shining sphere` Z 496
Song `In Cloris all soft charms` (1684) Z 384
Song `In some kind dream` (1687) Z 497
Song `In vain we dissemble` (1685) Z 385
Song `Incassum Lesbia, incassum rogas` (1695), Z 383 Z 383
Song `Let each gallant heart` (1683) Z 390
Song `Let formal lovers still pursue` (1687) Z 391
Song `Let us, kind Lesbia, give away` (1684) Z 466
Song `Lost is my quiet forever` Z 502
Song `Love arms himself in Celia`s eyes` Z 392
Song `Love is now become a trade` (1685) Z 393
Song `Love, thou canst hear, tho` thou art blind` (1695) Z 396
Song `Lovely Albina`s come ashore` Z 394 Z 394
Song `Love`s power in my heart shall find no compliance` (1688) Z 395
Song `More love or more disdain I crave` Z 397
Song `Musing on cares of human fate` (1685) Z 467
Song `My heart, wherever you appear` (1685) Z 399
Song `No, to what purpose should I speak` Z 468
Song `Not all my torments can your pity move` Z 400 Z 400
Song `O dive custos Auriacae domus`, Z 504 Z 504
Song `O solitude, my sweetest choice` (1687) Z 406 Z 406
Song `O! fair Cedaria, hide those eyes` Z 402
Song `Olinda in the shades unseen` Z 404
Song `On the brow of Richmond Hill` (1692) Z 405
Song `Pastora`s beauties when unblown` (1681) Z 407
Song `Phillis, talk no more of passion` (1685) Z 409
Song `Phyllis, I can ne`er forgive it` (1688) Z 408
Song `Pious Celinda goes to prayers` (1695) Z 410
Song `Rashly I swore I would disown` (1683) Z 411
Song `Sawney is a bonny lad` (1694) Z 412
Song `Scarce had the rising sun appear`d` (1679) Z 469
Song `See how the fading glories of the year` (1689) Z 470
Song `She that would gain a faithful lover` (1695) Z 414
Song `She who my poor heart possesses` (1683) Z 415
Song `Since one poor view has drawn my heart` (1681) Z 416
Song `Since the pox or the plague` (1679) Z 471
Song `Spite of the godhead, pow`rful love` (1687) Z 417
Song `Stript of their green our groves appear` (1692) Z 444
Song `Sweet, be no longer sad` (1678) Z 418 Z 418
Song `Sylvia, now your scorn give over` (1688) Z 420
Song `Sylvia, `tis true you`re fair` (1686) Z 512
Song `The fatal hour comes on apace` Z 421
Song `They say you`re angry` (1685) Z 422
Song `This poet sings the Trojan wars` (1688) Z 423
Song `Through mournful shades and solitary groves` (1684) Z 424
Song `Turn then thine eyes` Z 425
Song `Urge me no more` Z 426
Song `What can we poor females do?` Z 518
Song `What can we poor females do?` (1694) Z 429 Z 429
Song `What hope for us remains now he is gone?` (1679) Z 472
Song `When first my shepherdess and I` (1687) Z 431
Song `When her languishing eyes said `love`` (1681) Z 432
Song `When my Aemelia smiles` Z 434
Song `When Strephon found his passion vain` (1683) Z 435
Song `While Thyrsis, wrapt in downy sleep` (1685) Z 437
Song `Whilst Cynthia sung, all angry winds lay still` (1686) Z 438
Song `Who but a slave can well express` Z 440
Song `Who can behold Florella`s charms?` (1695) Z 441 Z 441
Song `Ye happy swains, whose nymphs are kind` (1685) Z 443
Song `Young Thyrsis` fate, ye hills and groves, deplore` Z 473
Sophonisba or Hannibal`s Overthrow (1685) Z 590
Sophonisba or Hannibal`s Overthrow (1685) Z 591
Suite for Harpsichord No. 2 in G minor Z 661
Suite for Harpsichord No.3 G-dur Z 662
Suite for Harpsichord No.4 a-moll Z 663
Suite for Harpsichord No.5 C-dur Z 666
Suite for Harpsichord No.6 D-dur Z 667
Suite for Harpsichord No.7 d-moll Z 668
Suite for Harpsichord No.8 F-dur Z 669
Suite in G major (A Choice Collection of Lessons 1696) Z 660, 661, 662
Sute for Harpsichord C-dur Z 665
Sute for Harpsichord No.1 G-dur Z 660
Te Deum Laudamus & Jubilate Deo in B flat major (before 1682) Z 230 (1,4)
Te Deum laudamus & Jubilate Deo in D major (1694)
The Double Dealer (1693) Z 592
The earth trembled (1688) Z 197
The English Lawyer (1685) Z 594
The Fatal Marriage or The Innocent Adultery (1694) Z 595
The Female Virtuosos (1693) Z 596
The History of King Richard the Second or The Sicilian Usurper (1681) Z 581
The Indian Emperor or The Conquest of Mexico (1691) Z 598
The Knight of Malta (1691) Z 599
The Libertine or The Libertine Destroyed (1692) Z 600
The Lord is King, and hath put on glorious apparel (c 1680) Z 69
The Maid`s Last Prayer or Any Rather Than Fail (1693) Z 601
The Marriage-hater Match`d (1693) Z 602
The Married Beau or The Curious Impertinent (1694) Z 603
The Massacre of Paris (1693) Z 604
The Queen`s Dolour in A minor (Unknown) Z 670
The Spanish Friar or The Double Discovery (169495) Z 610
The Staircase Overture in B flat major for two violins & b.c.
The Tempest or The Enchanted Island, Semi-Opera, 1695 Z 631
The Virtuous Wife or Good Luck at Last (1694) Z 611
The Wives` Excuse or Cuckolds Make Themselves (1691) Z 612
Theodosius or The Force of Love (1680) Z 606
Thou wakeful Shepherd, hymn Z 198
Toccata in A-dur ZD229
Trio Sonata Golden Sonata
Trio Sonata I in Three Parts g-moll Z 790
Trio Sonata II in Three Parts B-dur Z 791
Trio Sonata III in Three Parts d-moll Z 792
Trio Sonata IV in Three Parts F-dur Z 793
Trio Sonata IX in Three Parts C minor Z 798
Trio Sonata V in Three Parts a-moll Z 794
Trio Sonata VI in Three Parts C-dur Z 795
Trio Sonata VII in Three Parts e-moll Z 796
Trio Sonata VIII in Three Parts G-dur Z 797
Trio Sonata X in Three Parts A-dur Z 799
Trio Sonata XI in Three Parts f-moll Z 800
Trio Sonata XII in Three Parts D-dur Z 801
Trumpet minuet ZD230
Trumpet Tune called the Cibell ZT678
Trumpet Tune in C major (1696) ZT698
Trumpet Tune in C major (1696) ZT697
Two in one a Ground (Dioclesian, 1690) Z 627/16
Verse Anthem `Awake, put on thy strength` (c. 168285) Z 1
Verse Anthem `Behold now, praise the Lord` (c. 1680) Z 3
Verse Anthem `Behold, I bring you glad tidings` (1687) Z 2
Verse Anthem `Blessed are they that fear the Lord` (1688) Z 5
Verse Anthem `Blessed be the Lord my strength` Z 6
Verse Anthem `Blessed is he that considereth the poor` (c. 1688) Z 7
Verse Anthem `Blessed is he whose unrighteousness is forgiven` (c. 168092) Z 8
Verse Anthem `Blessed is the man that feareth the Lord` (c. 1688) Z 9
Verse Anthem `Bow down thine ear, O Lord` (c. 168082) Z 11
Verse Anthem `Hear me, O Lord, and that soon` (c. 168082) Z 13a-b
Verse Anthem `Hear my prayer, O God` (before 1683) Z 14
Verse Anthem `I was glad when they said unto me` (c. 168283) Z 19
Verse Anthem `I will give thanks unto the Lord` (c. 168082) Z 21
Verse Anthem `I will give thanks unto Thee, O Lord` (c. 168285) Z 20
Verse Anthem `It is a good thing to give thanks` (c. 168285) Z 18
Verse Anthem `Let God arise` (before 1679) Z 23
Verse Anthem `Let mine eyes run down with tears` (c. 1682) Z 24
Verse Anthem `Lord, who can tell how oft he offendeth?` (c. 1677) Z 26
Verse Anthem `My beloved spake` (before 1677) Z 28
Verse Anthem `My heart is fixed, O God` (c. 168285) Z 29
Verse Anthem `My heart is inditing` (1685) Z 30
Verse Anthem `My song shall be always` (1690) Z 31
Verse Anthem `O consider my adversity` (Unknown) Z 32
Verse Anthem `O give thanks unto the Lord` (1693) Z 33
Verse Anthem `O Lord, grant the King a long life` (1685) Z 38
Verse Anthem `O Lord, our governor` (before 1679) Z 39
Verse Anthem `O Lord, rebuke me not, hymn` (Unknown), Z 40 Z 40
Verse Anthem `O Lord, Thou art my God` (c. 168082) Z 41
Verse Anthem `O praise the Lord, all ye heathen` (before 1681) Z 43
Verse Anthem `O sing unto the Lord` (1688) Z 44
Verse Anthem `Out of the deep have I called` (c. 1680) Z 45
Verse Anthem `Praise the Lord, O Jerusalem, praise thy God, O Sion` Z 46
Verse Anthem `Praise the Lord, O my soul, and all that is within me` (c. 168285) Z 47
Verse Anthem `Praise the Lord, O my soul, O Lord my God` (1687) Z 48
Verse Anthem `Rejoice in the Lord alway` (c. 168285) Z 49
Verse Anthem `Sing unto God` (1687) Z 52
Verse Anthem `The Lord is king, be the people never so impatient` (Unknown) Z 53
Verse Anthem `The Lord is King, the earth may be glad [thereof]` (1688) Z 54
Verse Anthem `The Lord is my light` (c. 168285) Z 55
Verse Anthem `The way of God is an undefiled way` (1694) Z 56
Verse Anthem `They that go down to the sea in ships` (1685) Z 57
Verse Anthem `Thou knowest, Lord, the secrets of our hearts` (1687) Z 58
Verse Anthem `Thy way, O God, is holy` (1687) Z 60
Verse Anthem `Thy word is a lantern unto my feet` (Unknown) Z 61
Verse Anthem `Turn thou us, O good Lord` (Unknown) Z 62
Verse Anthem `Unto Thee will I cry` (c. 168285) Z 63
Verse Anthem `Who hath believed our report?` (c. 167980) Z 64
Verse Anthem `Why do the heathen so furiously rage together?` (c. 168285) Z 65
Verse Anthem, `Be merciful unto me` (before 1683) Z 4
Verse Anthem, `In thee, O Lord, do I put my trust` (c. 1682) Z 16
Verse Anthem, `O praise God in his holiness` (c. 168285) Z 42
Verse F-dur for Organ Z 716
Voluntary C-dur for organ Z 717
Voluntary d-moll for Organ Z 718
Voluntary G-dur for Organ Z 720
Voluntary in d minor for Double Organ Z 719
Voluntary on the old 100th Psalm Z 721
We sing to him, whose wisdom form`d the ear (1688) Z 199
Welcome, vicegerent of the mighty King (1680) Z 340
What a sad fate is mine Z 428
When night her purple veil had softly spread ZD201
When on my sickbed I languish (c. 1680) Z 144
When the cock begins to crow ZD172
Why, my Daphne, why complaining? (1691) Z 525
`From hardy climes and dangerous toils of war` (1683) Z 325
`Te Deum and Jubilate Deo in D major` (1694) Z 232
`The Prophetess, or the History of Dioclesian`, orchestral suite (1690) Z 627
`When first Amintas sued for a kiss` (1687) Z 430
ria Z 641
ria ZT676
ria ZT693/2
atch `A health to the nut-brown lass` (1685) Z 240
atch `Come, let us drink` Z 245
atch `I gave her cakes and I gave her ale` (1690) Z 256
atch `Of all the instruments that are` (1693) Z 263
atch `Once, twice, thrice, I Julia tried` Z 265
atch `Prithee ben`t so sad and serious` Z 269
atch `Since time so kind to us does prove` Z 272
atch `Sir Walter enjoying his damsel` Z 273
atch `The miller`s daughter riding` (1686) Z 277
atch `Tis women makes us love` (1685) Z 281
atch `Under this stone lies Gabriel John` (1686) Z 286
atch `Young John the gard`ner` (1683 Z 292


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