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DELLER, Alfred: Music of Henry Purcell (The) (The Complete Vanguard Recordings, Vol. 2)

Composer(s)Blow, JohnPurcell, Henry
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Period(s) Baroque (1600-1750)
Genre Classical Music
Category Chamber MusicChoral - SacredChoral - SecularInstrumentalOperaVocal • Vocal Ensemble
Catalogue MC194
Label Musical Concepts
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DELLER, Alfred: Music of Henry Purcell (The) (The Complete Vanguard Recordings, Vol. 2) 6:17:38   
DISC 1
  Fantasia a 3 on a Ground in D Major, Z. 731 4:38       
  Oedipus, King of Thebes, Z. 583 3:56       
  I love and I must, Z. 382 2:58       
  The Comical History of Don Quixote, Z. 578: Let the dreadful engines of eternal will 7:45       
  The Fairy Queen, Z. 629, Act V: Epithalamium: Thrice happy lovers 3:07       
  If music be the food of love, Z. 379 2:37       
  Tell me, some pitying angel, Z. 196, "The Blessed Virgin's Expostulation" 7:51       
  Not all my torments can your pity move, Z. 400 2:22       
  Close thine eyes and sleep secure (Upon a Quiet Conscience), Z. 184 4:21       
  King Arthur, Z. 628, "The British Worthy", Act V: Fairest Isle, all isles excelling 2:41       
  Pausanias, Z. 585, "The Betrayer of his Country": No. 1. Sweeter than Roses 3:35       
  The fatal hour comes on apace, Z. 421 4:22       
  Celebrate this festival, Z. 321 2:50       
  The Indian Queen, Z. 630, Act III: Solo: I Attempt from Love's Sickness 2:17       
  Bonduca, Z. 574, “The British Heroine”: No. 17. O lead me to some peaceful gloom 3:10       
  The Prophetess, Z. 627, "The History of Dioclesian", Act III: What shall I do? 3:53       
  The Comical History of Don Quixote, Z. 578: From rosy bow'rs 7:17       
DISC 2
  The Fairy Queen, Z. 629 (excerpts)          
      Act II: One charming night 2:04       
      Act II: I am come to lock all fast 0:56       
  If ever I more riches did desire, Z. 544: Here Let My Life 2:52       
  Welcome to all the pleasures, Z. 339: Here the deities approve 4:40       
  The Prophetess, Z. 627, "The History of Dioclesian": Since from my dear Astrea's sight 3:58       
  The Fairy Queen, Z. 629, Act V: The Plaint: O let me ever, ever weep 7:27       
  Sonata a 4 No. 9 in F major, Z. 810          
      I. Allegro 1:20       
      II. Adagio 1:46       
      III. Canzona: Allegro 1:44       
      IV. Grave 1:21       
      V. Allegro 1:24       
  Song Tune in C Major, Z. T694 1:04       
  March in C Major, Z. 647 0:53       
  March in C Major, Z. 648 0:57       
  New Minuet in D Minor, Z. T689 1:22       
  Minuet in A Minor, Z. 649 1:03       
  Minuet in A Minor, Z. 650 0:53       
  A New Scotch Tune in C Major, Z. 655 1:26       
  A New Ground in E Minor, Z. T682 2:28       
  A New Irish Tune in G Major, Z. 646 0:33       
  Rigadoon in C Major, Z. 653 0:46       
  Sefauchi's Farewell in D Minor, Z. 656 2:05       
  Minuet in D Minor, Z. T688 1:07       
  Violin Sonata in G minor, Z. 780          
      I. Adagio - Moderato 2:55       
      II. Adagio con espressione 1:45       
      III. Vivace 1:14       
  A Choice Collection of Lessons: Suite No. 6 in D major, Z. 667          
      I. Prelude 0:23       
      II. Almand 2:40       
      III. Hornpipe 1:08       
DISC 3
  Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626          
      Overture 2:46       
      Act I: Shake the cloud from off your brow (Belinda, Chorus) 1:07       
      Act I: Ah! Belinda, I am press'd with torment (Dido) 4:06       
      Act I: Grief increases by concealing… (Belinda, Dido) 0:35       
      Act I: When monarchs unite, how happy their state (Chorus) 0:26       
      Act I: Whence could so much virtue spring? (Dido, Belinda) 2:01       
      Act I: Fear no danger to ensue (Belinda, 2nd Woman, Chorus) 1:45       
      Act I: See, your royal guest appears (Belinda, Aeneas, Dido) 0:57       
      Act I: Cupid only throws the dart (Chorus) 0:44       
      Act I: If not for mine, for empire's sake (Aeneas) 0:30       
      Act I: Pursue thy conquest, Love (Belinda) 0:49       
      Act I: To the hills and the vales (Chorus) 1:25       
      Act II: The Triumphing Dance 1:16       
      Act II: Prelude for the Witches 1:15       
      Act II: The wayward sisters, you that fright (Sorceress, First Witch) 1:18       
      Act II: Harm's our delight and mischief all our skill (Chorus) 0:21       
      Act II: The Queen of Carthage, whom we hate (Sorceress) 0:54       
      Act II: Ha, ha, ha (Chorus) 0:14       
      Act II: Ruin'd ere the set of sun (Witches, Sorceress) 1:18       
      Act II: Ha Ha Ha, Ha Ha Ha! (Chorus) 0:11       
      Act II: But ere we this perform (Witches) 1:25       
      Act II: In our deep vaulted cell (Chorus) 0:59       
      Act II: Echo Dance of the Furies 1:01       
      Act II: Ritornelle 0:36       
      Act II: Thanks to these lonesome vales (Belinda, Chorus) 1:14       
      Act II: Oft she visits this lone mountain (Second Woman) 2:09       
      Act II: Behold, upon my bended spear (Aeneas, Dido) 0:34       
      Act II: Haste, haste to town (Belinda, Chorus) 0:55       
      Act II: Stay, Prince, and hear great Jove's command (Spirit, Aeneas) 3:07       
      Act III: Prelude for the sailors 0:40       
      Act III: Come away, fellow sailors (First Sailor, Chorus) 1:19       
      Act III: The Sailor's Dance 0:51       
      Act III: See, the flags and streamers curling (Sorceress, Witches) 0:58       
      Act III: Our next motion (Sorceress) 0:43       
      Act III: Destruction's our delight (Chorus) 0:37       
      Act III: The Witches' Dance 1:21       
      Act III: Your counsel all is urg'd in vain (Dido, Belinda, Aeneas) 4:20       
      Act III: Great minds against themselves conspire (Chorus) 1:14       
      Act III: Thy hand, Belinda (Dido) 0:53       
      Act III: When I am laid in earth (Dido) 3:06       
      Act III: With drooping wings ye Cupids come (Chorus) 2:33       
DISC 4
  Hail, bright Cecilia, Z. 328          
      Symphony 10:42       
      Hail! Bright Cecilia, Hail! 4:50       
      Hark! hark! Each Tree its silence breaks 5:12       
      Tis Nature's voice 4:19       
      Soul of the World! 3:20       
      Thou tun'st this World below 4:09       
      With that sublime Celestial lay 3:00       
      Wondrous machine 3:08       
      The airy Violin 1:46       
      In vain the Am'rous flute 5:13       
      The fife and all the Harmony of War 3:04       
      Let these among themeselves contest 3:21       
      Hail! Bright Cecilia 5:00       
  Welcome to all the pleasures, "Ode on St. Cecilia's Day", Z. 339          
      Symphony 3:17       
      Welcome to all the pleasures 2:31       
      Here the deities approve 4:06       
      While joys celestial 1:36       
      Then lift up your voices 2:04       
      Adagio 1:53       
      Beauty thou scene of love 3:04       
      In a consort of voices 1:27       
DISC 5
  The Prophetess, Z. 627, "The History of Dioclesian" (excerpts)          
      Act V: Masque: Call the nymphs (Cupid, Chorus) 1:44       
      Act V: Masque: Let the Graces and Pleasures repair (Soprano) 0:55       
      Act V: Masque: Duet: Come, come away (Bacchanalian, Silvan) 1:07       
      Act V: Masque: Behold, O mighty'st of Gods (Chorus) 4:17       
      Act V: Masque: Paspe: The first entry of heroes on the stage 0:52       
      Act V: Masque: Duet: Oh, the sweet delights of love! (Wood-Gods) 1:40       
      Act V: Masque: Let monarchs fight (Fawn, Chorus) 1:53       
      Act V: Masque: Make room (Bacchanals, Bacchus) 0:49       
      Act V: Masque: I'm here with my jolly crew (Bacchus, Chorus) 2:26       
      Act V: Masque: Dance of Bacchanals 1:29       
      Act V: Masque: Still I'm wishing (Follower of Cupid) 1:51       
      Act V: Masque: Ritornello 3:11       
      Act V: Masque: Canaries 0:31       
      Act V: Masque: Tell me why (Shepherd, Shepherdesses) 6:45       
      Act V: Masque: Dance 0:53       
      Act V: Masque: All our days (Pleasure, Chorus) 2:05       
      Act V: Masque: Dance 0:49       
      Act V: Masque: Trio and Chorus: Triumph, triumph, victorous Love 5:18       
      Act I: First Music 2:01       
      Act II: First Act Tune (Hornpipe) 0:41       
      Act I: Instrumental Interlude 0:42       
      Act II: Dance of Furies 2:38       
      Act II: Second Act Tune 1:24       
      Act III: The Chair Dance 1:24       
      Act III: Third Act Tune 0:43       
      Act III: Instrumental Interlude 0:49       
      Act IV: Butterfly Dance 1:39       
      Act V: Masque: Country Dance 1:05       
DISC 6
  Come, ye sons of art away, Z. 323          
      Ouverture 3:53       
      Come, come, ye Sons of Art 2:13       
      Sound the trumpet till around 2:40       
      Come, come, ye Sons of Art 1:29       
      Strike the Viol 5:12       
      The day that such a blessing gave 3:12       
      Bid the Virtues 3:04       
      These are the sacred charms that shield 1:43       
      See Nature, rejoicing 2:50       
  Rejoice in the Lord alway, Z. 49, "Bell Anthem" 9:29       
  My beloved spake, Z. 28          
      Ouverture 1:03       
      My beloved spake 0:55       
      For, lo, the winter is past 1:47       
      The time of the singing 1:46       
      And the voice of the turtle 1:31       
      The fig tree 1:03       
      Arise 0:35       
      My beloved is mine 3:06       
  An Ode on the Death of Mr Henry Purcell          
      Mark how the lark and linner sing 3:56       
      But in the close of the night 4:54       
      So ceas'd the rival crew 2:50       
      We beg not Hell 2:05       
      The pow'r of harmony too well they knew 2:46       
      The heav'nly choir 3:38       
      Ye brethren of the lyre 2:48       
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