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Τόμας Αρν (Άγγλος μουσικοσυνθέτης του μπαρόκ)
Томас Арн
תומאס ארן
توماس آرنی (آهنگساز بریتانیایی)
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Arnold, Samuel (co-author)
Bernstein, Leonard (co-performer)
Bickerstaff, Isaac (1735-1812)
Bonynge, Richard (co-performer)
Boyce, William (1711-1779)
Breedt, Michelle (co-performer)
Butler, H. Joseph (co-author)
Carlson, Kent (co-author)
Davis, Andrew (co-performer)
Francis Longe Collection (Library of Congress)
Garri, Alejandro (co-author)
Guillou, Jean (co-performer)
Händel, Georg Friedrich (1685-1759)
Händel, Georg Friedrich (co-author)
Hogwood, Christopher (1941-...)
Joly, Jaspar Robert (1819-1892)
Kirkby, Emma (co-performer)
Large, Brian (co-author)
Lynan, Peter (co-author)
Malcolm, George (co-performer)
Marlatt, David (1973-)
McVeigh, Simon (co-author)
Mobbs, Kenneth (co-performer)
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791)
Murrill, Herbert (1909-1952)
Naxos Digital Services
Pinnock, Trevor (co-performer)
Purcell, Henry (1659-1695)
Raucheisen, Michael (1889-1984))
Royal Musical Association
Salkeld, Robert
Shakespeare, William (co-author)
Skeaping, Lucie (co-performer)
Smith, Jennifer (co-performer)
Sutherland, Joan (co-performer)
Thomson, James (1700-1748)
Vento, Mattia (1735-1776))
Webbe, Samuel (1740-1816)
Wells, Louisa Susannah (1755-1831)
Zipoli, Domenico
Чайковский, Петр Ильич (1840-1893)
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4 symphonies
Advice to Cloe: Aria: "Still you flee me"
Advice to Cloe: Recitative: "All these foolish notions," Aria: "From thy Watchful Mother flying"
age of bel canto, The
Alfred: Act I. Air "Come calm content" (Prince Edward)
Alfred: Act I. Air "If those who live in shepherd's bow'r" (Emma)
Alfred: Act I. Air "Sweet valley say where" (Eltruda)
Alfred: Act I. Air "The shepherd's plain life" (Emma)
Alfred: Act I. Air "Though to a desert isle confin'd" (Corin)
Alfred: Act I. Air "Why beats my heart with such devotion" (Prince Edward)
Alfred: Act I. Duet "Then let us the snare of ambition beware" (Emma, Corin)
Alfred: Act I. Overture
Alfred: Act I. Trio "Let not those who love complain" (Alfred, Prince Edward, Eltruda)
Alfred: Act II. Air "A youth adorn'd with ev'ry art" (Edith)
Alfred: Act II. Air "As calms succeed when storms are past" (Prince Edward)
Alfred: Act II. Air "From the dawn of early morning" (Alfred)
Alfred: Act II. Air "Gracious heav'n, O hear me!" (Eltruda)
Alfred: Act II. Air "Hear, Alfred, hear" (Spirit)
Alfred: Act II. Air. "Love's the tyrant of the heart" (Edith)
Alfred: Act II. Air "Though storms awhile the sun obscure" (Alfred)
Alfred: Act II. Air "Vengeance, O come inspire me!" (Prince Edward)
Alfred: Act II. Dirge "There honour comes, a pilgrim grey" (Spirit)
Alfred: Act III. Air "Arise, sweet messenger of the morn" (Emma)
Alfred: Act III. Air "Guardian angels, O descend" (Eltruda)
Alfred: Act III. Air "See liberty, virtue and honour appearing" (Prince Edward)
Alfred: Act III. March with a side drum
Alfred: Act III. Recitative "Ah, me! What fears oppress my throbbing heart!" (Recitative)
Alfred an English masque
Alfred. O peace, thou fairest child of heaven
Alfred: Overture. Allegro moderato
Alfred: Overture. Andante
Alfred: Overture. Tempo di minuetto
Alfred. Selections
Arias
art of the prima donna Joan Sutherland, The
Artaxerxes: Act I: Accompanied recitative: Dear and beloved shade
Artaxerxes: Act I: No. 1. Duettino: Fair Aurora, prithee stay
Artaxerxes: Act I: No. 10. Air: O too lovely, too unkind
Artaxerxes: Act I: No. 11. Air: Fly, soft ideas, fly
Artaxerxes: Act I: No. 2. Air: Adieu, thou lovely youth
Artaxerxes: Act I: No. 3. Air: Amid a thousand racking woes
Artaxerxes: Act I: No. 4. Air: Behold, on Lethe’s dismal strand
Artaxerxes: Act I: No. 5. Air: Fair Semira, lovely maid
Artaxerxes: Act I: No. 6. Air: When real joy we miss
Artaxerxes: Act I: No. 7. Air: How hard is the fate
Artaxerxes: Act I: No. 8. Air: Thy father! Away, I renounce the soft claim
Artaxerxes: Act I: No. 9. Air: Acquit thee of this foul offence
Artaxerxes: Act I: Overture
Artaxerxes: Act I: Recitative: Alas, thou know’st that for my love to thee
Artaxerxes: Act I: Recitative: Appearance, I must own, is strong against me
Artaxerxes: Act I: Recitative: Be firm, my heart
Artaxerxes: Act I: Recitative: I fear some dread disaster…
Artaxerxes: Act I: Recitative: O cruel parting! How can I survive?
Artaxerxes: Act I: Recitative: Stay, Artaxerxes, stay
Artaxerxes: Act I: Recitative: Still silence reigns around
Artaxerxes: Act I: Recitative: Whither do I fly?
Artaxerxes: Act I: Recitative: Ye cruel Gods, what crime have I committed
Artaxerxes: Act I: Recitative: Ye Gods, protectors of the Persian Empire
Artaxerxes: Act II: Accompanied recitative: At last my soul has room
Artaxerxes: Act II: No. 12. Air: In infancy, our hopes and fears
Artaxerxes: Act II: No. 13. Air: Disdainful you fly me
Artaxerxes: Act II: No. 14. Air: To sigh and complain
Artaxerxes: Act II: No. 15. Air: If o’er the cruel tyrant love
Artaxerxes: Act II: No. 16. Air: If the river’s swelling waves
Artaxerxes: Act II: No. 17. Air: By that belov’d embrace
Artaxerxes: Act II: No. 18. Air: Monster, away
Artaxerxes: Act II: No. 19. Air: Thou, like the glorious sun
Artaxerxes: Act II: Recitative: Ah me, at poor Arbaces’ parting
Artaxerxes: Act II: Recitative: Guards, speed ye to the tower
Artaxerxes: Act II: Recitative: How many links to dire misfortune’s chain
Artaxerxes: Act II: Recitative: See, lov’d Semira
Artaxerxes: Act II: Recitative: So far my great resolve succeeds
Artaxerxes: Act II: Recitative: Which fatal evil shall I first oppose?
Artaxerxes: Act II: Recitative: Why, my dear friend, so pensive, so inactive?
Artaxerxes: Act II: Recitative: Ye solid pillars of the Persian Empire
Artaxerxes: Act III: Accompanied recitative: Ye adverse Gods!
Artaxerxes: Act III: No. 20. Air: Why is death for ever late
Artaxerxes: Act III: No. 21. Air: Water parted from the sea
Artaxerxes: Act III: No. 22. Air: Though oft a cloud with envious shade
Artaxerxes: Act III: No. 23. Air: O let the danger of a son
Artaxerxes: Act III: No. 24. Air: O, much lov’d son, if death
Artaxerxes: Act III: No. 25. Air: Let not rage, thy bosom firing
Artaxerxes: Act III: No. 26. Air: ’Tis not true that in our grief
Artaxerxes: Act III: No. 27. Duetto: For thee I live, my dearest
Artaxerxes: Act III: No. 28. Air: The soldier, tir'd of war's alarms
Artaxerxes: Act III: No. 29. Finale: Live to us, to Empire live
Artaxerxes: Act III: Recitative: Arbaces! Gracious Heav’n, what’s this I see?
Artaxerxes: Act III: Recitative: Behold, my King, Arbaces at thy feet
Artaxerxes: Act III: Recitative: My son, Arbaces... where art thou retir’d?
Artaxerxes: Act III: Recitative: Nor here my searching eyes can find Mandane
Artaxerxes: Act III: Recitative: Perhaps the King releas’d Arbaces
Artaxerxes: Act III: Recitative: That face, secure in conscious innocence
Artaxerxes: Act III: Recitative: To you, my people, much belov’d
Artaxerxes: Act III: Recitative: What have I done? Alas, I vainly thought
Artaxerxes. Selections
Artaxerxes The soldier tir'd of wars alarms
As you like it. Blow, blow thou winter wind
As you like it. Under the greenwood tree
As you like it. When daisies pied and violets blue
Bacchus and Ariadne: Aria: "I am Bacchus God of wine," Recitative: "With soft reluctance,"
Bacchus and Ariadne: Aria: "Learn hence ye fond Maidens who droop and who pine."
Bacchus and Ariadne: (Ariadne) Recitative: "The faithless Theseus," Aria: "Ah Theseus stay."
Bacchus and Ariadne: (Bacchus) Recitative: "The Jolly God," Aria: "Cease lovely Nymph to weep."
Blind beggar of Bethnal Green. Owl
Blind beggar of Bethnal Green. Polly Willis
Blow, Blow Thou Winter's Wind
Blow, blow thou winter wind transposed down a third for viols
Blue Max
British Grenadiers, The
Cantatas (1755). Delia
Cantatas (1755). Frolick and free
Chaucer's recantation
Colin and Phoebe, a pastoral
Comus. By the rushy fringed bank
Comus. Fame's an eccho
Comus. Fly swiftly ye minutes
Comus. Not on beds of fading flow'rs
Comus: "Now Phoebus sinketh in the west"
Comus. Now Phoebus sinks in the west
Comus. Overture
Comus: Preach Me Not Your Musty Rules
Comus. Preach not me your musty rules
Comus. Thrice upon thy finger's tip
Comus. Would you taste the noontide air
Concerto no. 1 in C major: I. Largo ma con spirito
Concerto no. 1 in C major: II. Andante
Concerto no. 1 in C major: III. Allegro
Concerto no. 1 in C major: IV. Minuetto
Concerto no. 2 in G major: I. Allegro
Concerto no. 2 in G major: II. Slow
Concerto no. 2 in G major: III. Moderato
Concerto no. 2 in G major: IV. Allegro
Concerto no. 2 in G major: V. Con spirito
Concerto no. 3 in A major: I. Con spirito
Concerto no. 3 in A major: II. Con spirito
Concerto no. 3 in A major: III. Minuetto
Concerto no. 3 in A major: IV. Moderato
Concerto no. 4 in B-flat major: I. Con spirito
Concerto no. 4 in B-flat major: II. Minuetto
Concerto no. 4 in B-flat major: III. Giga moderato
Concerto no. 5 in G minor: I. Largo - Allegro con spirito
Concerto no. 5 in G minor: II. Adagio
Concerto no. 5 in G minor: III. Vivace
Concerto no. 6 in B-flat major: I. Allegro moderato
Concerto no. 6 in B-flat major: II. Ad libitum
Concerto no. 6 in B-flat major: III. Allegro
Concerto no. 6 in B-flat major: IV. Minuetto
Concertos, keyboard instrument, orchestra. No. 1
Concertos, keyboard instrument, orchestra. No. 2
Concertos, keyboard instrument, orchestra. No. 3. Con spirito, keyboard instrument
Concertos, keyboard instrument, orchestra. No. 4-6
Concertos, keyboard instrument, orchestra. No. 5
Cooper
Crimean War 1853-1856: Marche slave / Scotland the Brave / Rule Britannia
Crows in a cornfield
Cymon and Iphigenia
Cymon ans Iphigenia cantata for tenor, violin obbligato & harpsichord
Delia: Recitative: "From golden slumber," Aria: "O'er Hill and Dale"
Delia: "The sun too soon withdraws his Pow'r, ...O let us then the Time improve."
Deutsche Harmonia mundi 50 CD collection
Dramatic music
Eight Overtures in 8 parts
Elegy on the death of Mr. Shenstone
Eliza. My fond shepherds of late.
Emma Kirby a portrait
English 18th-century violin sonatas
English harpsichord music of the 18th century
English keyboard concertos, 1740-1815
English national songs from Greensleeves to Home sweet home
Fair Celia love pretended
Fairy prince. Wood nymph
Fall of Phaeton. O come, O come, my dearest
Fantasia on British Sea Songs: IX. Rule, Britannia!
Flute Tune
Frolic and Free
Frolick and Free: Aria: "But God of Sleep... Invade me not... since we must be oblig'd ...When I can laugh"
Frolick and Free: Aria: "But oh, if melting in my Arms."
Frolick and Free: Aria: "Frolick and Free, for pleasure born"
Gavotte (Georgian Suite)
Gigue from Sonata no. 3 in G
God save the Queen
grand concert of musick English baroque concerti, A
Great marches
Guardian out-witted. Overture
Guardian Outwitted, The
Harpsichord Concerto, op. 10, no. 4: Andante
Harpsichord concertos and overtures
Harpsichord Sonata no. 1 in F major: I. Andante
Harpsichord Sonata no. 1 in F major: II. Adagio
Harpsichord Sonata no. 1 in F major: III. Allegro
Harpsichord Sonata no. 2 in E minor: I. Andante
Harpsichord Sonata no. 2 in E minor: II. Adagio
Harpsichord Sonata no. 2 in E minor: III. Allegrissimo
Harpsichord Sonata no. 3 in G major: I. Prelude
Harpsichord Sonata no. 3 in G major: II. Allegro
Harpsichord Sonata no. 3 in G major: III. Minuet and Variations
Harpsichord Sonata no. 4 in D minor: I. Andante
Harpsichord Sonata no. 4 in D minor: II. Siciliano – Largo
Harpsichord Sonata no. 4 in D minor: III. Fuga – Allegro
Harpsichord Sonata no. 4 in D minor: IV. Allegro
Harpsichord Sonata no. 5 in B-flat major: I. Poco largo
Harpsichord Sonata no. 5 in B-flat major: II. Gavotta
Harpsichord Sonata no. 6 in G minor/major: I. Affettuoso
Harpsichord Sonata no. 6 in G minor/major: II. Presto
Harpsichord Sonata no. 7 in A major: I. Presto
Harpsichord Sonata no. 7 in A major: II. Andante
Harpsichord Sonata no. 7 in A major: III. Allegro
Harpsichord Sonata no. 8 in G major: I. Minuet
Harpsichord Sonata no. 8 in G major: II. Variation 1
Harpsichord Sonata no. 8 in G major: III. Variation 2
Harpsichord Sonata no. 8 in G major: IV. Variation 3
Harpsichord Sonata no. 8 in G major: V. Variation 4
Jean Guillou aux grandes orgues de la Luther-Kirche de Berlin
Jenny
Jovial crew
Judgment of Paris: Accompanied recitative (Pallas) "Awake, awake, thy spirits raise", The
Judgment of Paris: Accompanied recitative (Paris) "I yield, I yield, O take the prize", The
Judgment of Paris: Accompanied recitative (Paris) "O ravishing delight", The
Judgment of Paris: Accompanied recitative (Venus) "Stay, lovely youth", The
Judgment of Paris: Air (Juno) "Let ambition fire thy mind", The
Judgment of Paris: Air (Mercury) "Fear not, mortal", The
Judgment of Paris: Air (Pallas) "The glorious voice of war", The
Judgment of Paris: Air (Paris) "Distracted I turn", The
Judgment of Paris: Air (Paris) "Forbear, O goddess of desire", The
Judgment of Paris: Air (Venus) "Gentle swain! Hither turn thee", The
Judgment of Paris: Air (Venus) "Nature fram'd thee sure for loving", The
Judgment of Paris: Air (Venus) "One only joy mankind can know", The
Judgment of Paris: Chorus "O how glorious 'tis to see", The
Judgment of Paris: Duet (Mercury, Paris) "Happy I of human race", The
Judgment of Paris: Grand chorus "Hither all ye graces", The
Judgment of Paris: Grand chorus "Sing and spread the joyful news around", The
Judgment of Paris: Overture: I. Largo, The
Judgment of Paris: Overture: II. Minuet (Andante), The
Judgment of Paris: Overture: III. Giga (Con spirito), The
Judgment of Paris: Recitative (Juno, Pallas) "Saturnia, wife of thund'ring Jove am I", The
Judgment of Paris: Recitative (Mercury, Paris) "From high Olympus", The
Judgment of Paris: Trio (Pallas, Juno, Venus) "Hither turn thee, gentle swain", The
Judith an oratorio
Judith. Sleep, gentle cherub, sleep descend
Kantaten (1755) Bacchus and Ariadne
Konzerte Org Orch Nr. 5
Last night of the Proms the 100th season
leggero tenor in opera an aria anthology in three volumes, The
Love and resentment
Love in a village. Fair rosetta.
Love in a village. Go naughty man.
Love in a village. Hence with cares.
Love in a village. How blesst the maid.
Love in a village. How happy were my days.
Love in a village. If ever a fond inclination.
Love in a village. In infancy our hopes and fears.
Love in a village. Loves subtle poison.
Love in a village. Selections.
Love in a village Traveller benighted
Love in a village. When a man of fashion.
Love in a village. When I follow'd a lass..
Love's labour's lost. On a day, alack the day
Lover's Recantation, The
Lydia: Recitative: "Beneath this sad and silent Gloom," Aria: "Lovely Maid"
Lydia: Recitative: "I dream of her unequall'd Charms," Aria: "Anguish waste"
Lydia: Recitative: "No, let him Triumph," Aria: "Wander Lydia, so will I."
Lyric harmony. Nature beyond art
Lyric harmony. To fair Fidele's grassy tomb
Lyric harmony. Tout-ensemble
Maid mit dem Lieblichen Sinn: Die trauteste Jungfrau wohnt drunten im Tal, Die
Masque of Alfred Ouvertüre
May day
Morning: Aria and Recitative: "The Lark his warbling matin sings ... The Village up, the Shepherd tries his Pipe,", The
Morning: Aria: "Oh! that on th'enamel'd Green.", The
Morning: Aria: "The glitt'ring Sun,", The
Morning: The glitt'ring sun begins to rise, The
Music of London
New overtures or symphonies. No. 1
New overtures or symphonies. No. 2
New overtures or symphonies. No. 3
New overtures or symphonies. No. 4
O Ravishing Delight
ode upon dedicating a building to Shakespeare Thou soft flowing Avon
Orchestra music. Selections
Ouvertüren (1751) Ouvertüre Nr. 1
Ouvertüren (1767)
Overture no. 1 in E minor
Overture no. 2 in A major
Overture no. 3 in G major
Overture no. 4 in F major
Overture no. 5 in D major
Overture no. 6 in B-flat major
Overture no. 7 in D major
Overture no. 8 in G minor
Overtures in 8 parts. No. 4
Overtures. Selections
Owl, The
Peter Pelham manuscript of 1744 an early American keyboard tutor, The
Polly Willis
Reffley Spring
Rise Columbia!
Rosamond Rise, glory, rise
Rule, Britannia !
School of Anacreon: Aria: "Business title, pomp and state ...But let Love, let Life be mine."
School of Anacreon: Recitative: "The festive board," Aria: "Tell not me the Joys"
Shakespeare inspired
Sigh no more, ladies
Sinfonie Nr. 1 - Allegro
Singing Club, The
Six favourite concertos
Solo in E major: I. Adagio
Solo in E major: II. Allegro ma non cantando
Solos, Vl Bc E-Dur
Sonata in G major, op. 3 no. 2: I. Largo
Sonata in G major, op. 3 no. 2: II. Con spirito
Sonata in G major, op. 3 no. 2: III. Largo
Sonata in G major, op. 3 no. 2: IV. Allegro
Sonata in G, op. 3 no. 6 : I. Affetuoso
Sonata in G, op. 3 no. 6 : III. Presto
Sonata No. 6 in G from 'Eight sonatas or lessons for the harpsichord' Affettuoso
Sonata No. 6 in G from 'Eight sonatas or lessons for the harpsichord' Presto
Sonatas, harpsichord. No. 1
Sonatas, harpsichord. No. 2
Sonatas, harpsichord. No. 3
Sonatas, harpsichord. No. 6, Presto
Sonatas, harpsichord. No. 7. Allegro
Sonatas, harpsichord. No. 8
Sonatas, harpsichord. Selections
Sonaty. Klawesyn
Songs. Selections
Spring
Street Intrigue, The
Sultan. Oh, the transport of possessing
Summer amusement
Symphony no. 4 in C minor
Tempest. Honour, riches, marriage-blessing
Tempest. Selections
tempest Where the bee sucks
Thomas and Sally. Echoing horn.
Thomas and Sally. My true love is gone to sea.
Thomas and Sally. Overture
Thomas and Sally. Spinning wheel
Thomas and Sally. Tom's return.
Thomas and Sally. When late I wander'd o'er the plain
Thou Soft Flowing Avon
To soften care and sweeten life
Traveller benighted
Trio sonatas, violins, continuo, op. 3. No. 1
Trio sonatas, violins, continuo, op. 3. No. 2
Trip to Portsmouth
Twenty early keyboards recordings made on instrument in the Mobbs keyboard collection
Under the Green wood Tree
Under the Greenwood Tree
"Vengeance, O come inspire me!" from Alfred, Act II
Victoria Early
Victoria Late
Victoria Middle
Vocal music. Selections
What tho' his guilt
When Daisies Pied
When Icicles Hang by the Wall
When words fade night songs for piano duo
Where the Bee Sucks
Which is the properest day to drink
Works. Selections
Contributed to or performed: 
100 Hits: Football Anthems
2011-09-10: BBC Proms 2011: Prom 74: Royal Albert Hall, City of Westminster, London, England, UK
Arias for Guadagni
Artaxerxes
Baroque Masterpieces for Harpsichord
BBC Music, Volume 5, Number 10: Alfred [excerpts]
Best of the Proms, The
Cantata No. 5, ‘The Morning’ for Voice and Instruments
Choice Collection of Lessons and Ayres 1663-1756, A
Distant Mirror, A
Dr. Arne at Vauxhall Gardens
Eight Overtures
Eight Sonatas or Lessons for the harpsichord
English Music
Frédéric Chopin - Grande Polonaise brillante, Op. 22 / Percy Grainger - Mo nighean dubh / Benjamin Britten - The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra / Richard Rodgers - The Sound of Music: Climb Ev'ry Mountain / Richard Rodgers - Carousel: You'll Never Walk Alone / Sir Edward Elgar - Pomp and Circumstance March No. 1 in D major "Land of Hope and Glory" / Thomas Arne - Rule Britannia / Sir Hubert Parry - Jerusalem / [traditional] - God Save the Queen
Greatest Hits: Marches
Gute Laune Klassik
Ham 'n Cheeze
Harmonious Blacksmith: Harpsichord Favourites, The
Harpsichord Masterpieces
Harpsichord Sonata No. 5 in B-Flat Major: I. Poco largo
Harpsichord Sonata No. 5 in B-Flat Major: II. Gavotta
In an English Country Garden
Jubilee: A Celebration in Music of Her Majesty the Queen
Judgment of Paris, The
Masque of Alfred, The
Musica Miscellanea: The Amon Ra Sampler - Music on Original Instruments
Prom at the Palace
Salut! No 61
Sid Meier's Civilization IV (game rip)
Singing Club, The
Six Favourite Concertos
Six Organ Concertos, The
Solo Cantatas
Songs And Dances of the Renaissance & Baroque
Spectacular Classics
Tempest: I. Behold your faithful Ariel, The
Tempest: II. Come unto these yellow sands, The
Tempest: III. Where the bee sucks, The
Thomas Arne: Sonatas and Songs
Trio Sonata in A Major, Op. 3 No. 1: I. Largo
Trio Sonata in A Major, Op. 3 No. 1: II. Allegro
Trio Sonata in A Major, Op. 3 No. 1: III. Grave
Trio Sonata in A Major, Op. 3 No. 1: IV. Allegro ma non troppo
Trio Sonata in A Major, Op. 3 No. 1: V. Minuet
Trio Sonata in E-Flat Major, Op. 3 No. 3: I. Grave
Trio Sonata in E-Flat Major, Op. 3 No. 3: II. Allegro moderato
Trio Sonata in E-Flat Major, Op. 3 No. 3: III. Giga
We All Stood Together
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