Purcell - Secular Solo Songs vol.3 | Hyperion CDA66730

Purcell - Secular Solo Songs vol.3

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Label: Hyperion

Cat No: CDA66730

Format: CD

Number of Discs: 1

Genre: Vocal/Choral

Contents

Works

Henry Purcell
When Strephon found

Henry Purcell
Let us kind Lesbia

Henry Purcell
Corinna is divinely fair

Henry Purcell
Olinda in the shades

Henry Purcell
If music be the food of love - 3rd setting

Henry Purcell
Lovely Albina

Henry Purcell
I came I saw

Henry Purcell
No to what purpose

Henry Purcell
Young Thyrsis’ fate

Henry Purcell
She loves and she confesses too

Henry Purcell
From silent shades - ’Bess of Bedlam’

Henry Purcell
O solitude

Henry Purcell
If pray’rs and tears

Henry Purcell
The fatal hour

Henry Purcell
Sylvia ’tis true you’re fair

Henry Purcell
Amintor heedless of his flocks

Henry Purcell
Love is now become a trade

Henry Purcell
Phyllis I can ne’er forgive it

Henry Purcell
Who can behold?

Henry Purcell
He himself courts his own ruin

Henry Purcell
Let formal lovers still pursue

Henry Purcell
Ask me to love no more

Henry Purcell
In Cloris all soft charms

Henry Purcell
Spite of the godhead

Henry Purcell
Pious Celinda

Henry Purcell
Amintas to my grief

Henry Purcell
Cupid the slyest rogue

Henry Purcell
Sawney is a bonny lad

Henry Purcell
Bacchus is a power divine

Artists

King’s Consort
Barbara Bonney
Susan Gritton
James Bowman

Conductor

Robert King

Works

Henry Purcell
When Strephon found

Henry Purcell
Let us kind Lesbia

Henry Purcell
Corinna is divinely fair

Henry Purcell
Olinda in the shades

Henry Purcell
If music be the food of love - 3rd setting

Henry Purcell
Lovely Albina

Henry Purcell
I came I saw

Henry Purcell
No to what purpose

Henry Purcell
Young Thyrsis’ fate

Henry Purcell
She loves and she confesses too

Henry Purcell
From silent shades - ’Bess of Bedlam’

Henry Purcell
O solitude

Henry Purcell
If pray’rs and tears

Henry Purcell
The fatal hour

Henry Purcell
Sylvia ’tis true you’re fair

Henry Purcell
Amintor heedless of his flocks

Henry Purcell
Love is now become a trade

Henry Purcell
Phyllis I can ne’er forgive it

Henry Purcell
Who can behold?

Henry Purcell
He himself courts his own ruin

Henry Purcell
Let formal lovers still pursue

Henry Purcell
Ask me to love no more

Henry Purcell
In Cloris all soft charms

Henry Purcell
Spite of the godhead

Henry Purcell
Pious Celinda

Henry Purcell
Amintas to my grief

Henry Purcell
Cupid the slyest rogue

Henry Purcell
Sawney is a bonny lad

Henry Purcell
Bacchus is a power divine

Artists

King’s Consort
Barbara Bonney
Susan Gritton
James Bowman

Conductor

Robert King

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