LOST IS MY QUIET - English Music in Purcell's Time

Tracks

  • Disc 1
  • Purcell, Henry
  • 1
    The Fairy Queen, Z. 629, Act II: One charming night
    00:02:36
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  • Blow, John
  • 2
    Lovely Selina
    00:02:42
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  • Purcell, Henry
  • 3
    Pausanias, the Betrayer of his Country, Z. 585: My dearest, my fairest
    00:02:42
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  • Eccles, John
  • 4
    The Mad Lover: As Cupid roguishly one day
    00:02:08
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  • Purcell, Henry
  • 00:09:26
     
    Amphitryon, or The Two Sosias, Z. 572
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  • 5
    Overture
    00:03:20
            
  • 6
    Saraband
    00:00:58
            
  • 7
    Hornpipe
    00:00:59
            
  • 8
    Scotch Tune
    00:00:55
            
  • 9
    Air
    00:00:56
            
  • 10
    Minuet
    00:00:56
            
  • 11
    Hornpipe
    00:00:33
            
  • 12
    Borree
    00:00:49
            
  • 13
    Come, ye sons of art away, Z. 323: Strike the viol
    00:02:24
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  • 14
    Lost is my quiet forever, Z. 502
    00:03:16
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  • Eccles, John
  • 15
    Ode for St. Cecilia: See the forsaken fair with streaming eyes
    00:03:58
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  • Purcell, Henry
  • 00:13:37
     
    The Virtuous Wife, or Good Luck at Last, Z. 611
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  • 16
    I. Overture
    00:02:44
            
  • 17
    II. Song Tune
    00:01:51
            
  • 18
    III. Slow Air
    00:02:02
            
  • 19
    IV. Air
    00:00:37
            
  • 20
    V. Preludio
    00:01:32
            
  • 21
    VI. Hornpipe
    00:00:37
            
  • 22
    VII. Minuet I - II
    00:03:14
            
  • 23
    VIII. Air: La Furstemberg
    00:01:00
            
  • Eccles, John
  • 24
    The Comical History of Don Quixote, Z. 578: I burn, my brain consumes to ashes
    00:03:27
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  • Purcell, Henry
  • 25
    Welcome to all the pleasures, Z. 339: Here the Deities approve
    00:04:57
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  • Blow, John
  • 26
    O that mine eyes would melt into a flood
    00:03:39
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  • Purcell, Henry
  • 27
    The Prophetess, or The History of Dioclesian, Z. 627: Since from my dear Astrea's sight
    00:03:46
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