Arias,  (Purcell)

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`Hail, bright Cecilia` Z328( `In vain the am rouse flute...`)
James Bowman & Michael Chance - countertenors. The King s Consort, con. R.King.
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`Bonduca` Z574.(`Sing,sing druids...`). James Bowman & Michael Chance - countertenors. The King s Consort, con. R.King.
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`Sound the Trumpet` from `Come ye Songs of Art`,Z323. James Bowman & Michael Chance - countertenors. The King s Consort, con. R.King.
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Dido`s Aria (G. Purcell - DIDO AND AENEAS, opera). Spanish Veronica Dzhioeva and the Chamber Orchestra of the Novosibirsk Philharmonic Conductor Alim Shakhmametyev
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Mad Bess of Bedlam (`From Silent Shades`) October 16, 1949.
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Aria `Hark! The Echoing Air` from Act 5 of The Fairy Queen Kathleen Ferrier Phyllis Spurr piano October 16, 1949.
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`Lord, What Is Man` (1693)
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Aria `They tell us that you mighty powers above` (from Semi-Opera The Indian Queen (1695), Z 630, act III ).
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Prelude and Song, `O lead me to some peaceful gloom` (from Incidental Music `Bonduca or The British Heroine` (1695)).
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Semi-Opera `King Arthur or The British Worthy` Z 628: Movt. 35a, Aria, `You say tis love`. January 8-9, 1982.
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Semi-Opera `King Arthur or The British Worthy` Z 628: Movt. 30a, Passacaglia - `For love ev`ry creature is formed by his nature`. January 8-9, 1982.
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Semi-Opera, The Indian Queen (1695): `Their looks are such`. Recording - October 2008
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Semi-Opera, Prophetess or The History of Dioclesian or Dioclesian (1690): Movt. 31 (App 2), Aria, `Since from my dear Astrea`s sight`. Recording - October 2008
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Semi-Opera, The Indian Queen (1695): `I attempt from Love`s sickness to fly`. Recording - October 2008
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Aria `Return, revolting rebels`. Date of recording: 1968.
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`In vain the Am`rous Flute` ( 10) from Ode `Hail, Bright Cecilia`, Z 328. Steve Dugardin - countertenor. Sebastien Marq - flute, Elisabeth Joey - organ. Recorded: January 27-30, 1998, Paris.
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`Sweetness of Nature` from Ode `Love`s goddess sure was blind`, Z331. Steve Dugardin - countertenor. Sebastien Marq - flute, Elisabeth Joey - organ. Recorded: January 27-30, 1998, Paris.
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The Indian Queen, Z. 630, Act III: `Let Us Wander`. 1960. Arranged by Alfred Moffat.
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When I am Laid in Earth (Dido`s Lament). 2007.
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Semi-Opera `Prophetess or The History of Dioclesian or Dioclesian`, Z 627: `Movt. 13b c, Aria and Chorus, `Since the toils and hazards of war` (Act 2). Recording - October 2009, France.
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`I Attempt from Love`s Sickness to Fly` (1695). rec. 1963
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Opera `King Arthur`, 4 d., Two Daughters (Syrens). Simon Martin-Ellis, lute. Recorded Germany, Cologne, Deutschlandfunk Kammermusiksaal, June 2010.
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Semi-Opera, The Fairy-Queen (1692), Z 629: Movt. 40, Aria, `O let me weep`. Sarah Sexton - violin, Laurence Cummings - harpsichord, Elizabeth Kenny - theorbo, Anne-Marie Lasla - bass viol. Recorded in January 2006 at St Pauls Church, New Southgate, London, England.
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Semi-Opera, The Indian Queen (1695), Z 630: Movt. 19, Aria, `They tell us that you mighty powers above`. Sarah Sexton - violin I, Andrea Morris - violin II, Jane Rogers - viola, Laurence Cummings - harpsichord, Anne-Marie Lasla - bass viol. Recorded in January 2006 at St Pauls Church, New Southgate, London, England.
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Semi-Opera, The Fairy-Queen (1692), Z 629: Movt. 28, Aria and Chorus, `Now the night is chas`d away`. Sarah Sexton - violin I, Andrea Morris - violin II, Jane Rogers - viola, Laurence Cummings - harpsichord, Elizabeth Kenny - theorbo, Anne-Marie Lasla - bass viol. Recorded in January 2006 at St Pauls Church, New Southgate, London, England.
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Semi-Opera, The Fairy-Queen (1692), Z 629: Movt. 39bc, Aria, `Thrice happy lovers`. Laurence Cummings - harpsichord, Elizabeth Kenny - archlute, Anne-Marie Lasla - bass viol. Recorded in January 2006 at St Pauls Church, New Southgate, London, England.
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Semi-Opera `The Indian Queen` (1695), Z 630: No. 17 `I attempt from Loves sickness to fly in vain`. Laurence Cummings - spinet. Recorded in January 2006 at St Pauls Church, New Southgate, London, England.
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Semi-Opera, King Arthur or The British Worthy (1691), Z 628: Movt. 38, Aria `Fairest Isle`. Sarah Sexton - violin I, Andrea Morris - violin II, Jane Rogers - viola, Laurence Cummings - harpsichord, Elizabeth Kenny - archlute, Anne-Marie Lasla - bass viol. Recorded in January 2006 at St Pauls Church, New Southgate, London, England.
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Semi-Opera `The Fairy-Queen` (1692), Z 629: Movt. 17, Prelude, Aria and Chorus, `If love`s a sweet passion`. Sarah Sexton - violin I, Andrea Morris - violin II, Jane Rogers - viola, Laurence Cummings - harpsichord, Elizabeth Kenny - archlute, Anne-Marie Lasla - bass viol. Recorded in January 2006 at St Pauls Church, New Southgate, London, England.
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`Dido and Aeneas`, Act 3 `When I am Laid in earth`, Accademia Bizantina, con. Stefano Montarani.
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From Ode for the Birthday of Queen Mary(1694) Z323.
A.Scholl & C.Dumaux - countertenors.
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King Arthur, Or The British Worthy (1691) , Act 5 - Fairest Isle 2010 entry.
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Aria from the opera `The Fairy Queen`, Z 629: Act 2 - One Charming Night. 2010
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Fairest Isle (from `King Arthur`), aria for soprano, Z. 628/38. Recorded: August 1, 1941.
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`Lord, What Is Man` (1693). Myron Lutzke, cello; Arthur Haas, harpsichord, organ. 2000, New York
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`The Blessed Virgin`s Expostulation` (1693). Myron Lutzke, cello; Arthur Haas, harpsichord, organ. 2000, New York City.
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`Hark! How All Things` (1692). Myron Lutzke, cello; Arthur Haas, harpsichord, organ. 2000, New York City.
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`I Attempt from Love`s Sickness to Fly` (1695). Myron Lutzke, cello; Arthur Haas, harpsichord, organ. 2000, New York City.
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`Ah! How Sweet It Is to Love` (1694). Myron Lutzke, cello; Arthur Haas, harpsichord, organ. 2000, New York City.
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