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Bowman, James
Bowman, James Thomas
James Bowman
James Bowman (British countertenor)
James Bowman (Brits operazanger)
James Bowman (contreténor britannique)
James Bowman (controtenore britannico)
James Bowman (Countertenor und Opernsänger)
Джеймс Боуман
Dates: 
1941-
Creation class: 
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Kit
Musical sound recording
Projected medium
Creation role: 
author
contributor
performer
singer
vocalist
Related names: 
Covey-Crump, Rogers (1944-)
Decca record company
Early music consort of London (see also from)
George, Michael (1950-...)
Haendel, Georg Friedrich (1685-1759))
Händel, Georg Friedrich (1685-1759)
Handel, George Frideric (1685-1759)
Harmonia mundi France
Hypérion Records Ltd
King, Robert (1960-...)
King's Consort
Purcell, Henry (1659-1695)
Robbin, Catherine (1950-)
The King's Consort Londres
Theatre of Early Music
Titles: 
Admeto, Re di Tessaglia
Akathist of thanksgiving
Ariodante ópera en tres actos
Athalia
Awake, sweet love, thou art returned
Belshazzar [an oratorio] ; [HWV 61]
Bonduca
Calisto
Can she excuse my wrongs
Cantatas
Captain Candish's Galliard
Carmina Burana : cantiones profanae
choice of Hercules
Come again: sweet love doth now invite
Come, ye sons of art, away
complete anthems and services
Complete odes and welcome songs
Concertos
Countertenor duets by Purcell and Blow
Death in Venice
Deborah
Deutsche Barock Kantaten
Dioclesian complete
Ego flos campi
English arias
Eternal source of light divine
fairy queen, The
Fine knacks for ladies
Flow not so fast, ye fountains
Garīgā mūzika.
Giulio Cesare in Egitto
glories of Handel opera, The
Go crystal tears
Hail, bright Cecilia
Harmonischer Gottes-Dienst.
Heroic arias
Historia von der Geburt Jesu Christi
Ikon
incoronazione di Poppea
Israel in Egypt
Italian duets
Johannes-Passion
Joseph and his brethren
Joshua
Judas Maccabaeus
Julius Caesar
Kantatenwerk, Das
Lady, if you so spite me
Lady Laiton's Almain
Liederen.
Love bade me welcome renaissance songs, duets and instrumental music by John Dowland, Robert Jones and Robert Johnson
Love's goddess sure was blind
Magnificat
maid's last prayer
Matthäuspassion
Me, me, and none but me
Messe de minuit
Messiah, The
midsummer night's dream
miei subiti sdegni incoronazione di poppea a2 - Hickocks Richard, I
Music for a while
Muzyka wokalna
Nieszpory Marii Panny
Nisi Dominus
Now does the glorious day appear
Occasional oratorio
Ode on the death of Mr. Henry Purcell
Odes for Queen Mary
Orfeo ed Euridice
Orlando
Ottone re di Germania
Ouvertures
Pausanias, the betrayer of his country
Pavanes
Portrait
Preludium (p. 18) and Lachrimae Pavan
prophetess
Qui Tolis
rival sisters, or The violence of love
Sacred music
Salve Regina
Saúl
secular solo songs of Henry Purcell
Selva morale e spirituale
Semper Dowland semper dolens
Shall I strive with words to move ?
Shall I sue
Songs in Shakespeare's plays
Sorrow, stay
Stabat Mater
summer's absence unconcerned we bear
Te Deum
Tell me, true Love
Theatre music
Thou shalt bring them in (3 min 50 s)
Timon of Athens
Vedendo Amor
Venite exultemus domino (5 min 06 s)
Vêpres pour la Nativité de la Vierge
Vespro della Beata Vergine
Vocal music.
Water music
Welcome to all the pleasures
Welcome wanderer act1songe nuit d'ete op64 - Watson Nicholas
Werke
What if I never speed
When Phoebus first did Daphne love
Who can from joy refrain ? birthday ode for the Duke of Gloucester
Widerstehe doch der Sünde
Contributed to or performed: 
Agnus Dei
Agunus Dei
Ah stigie larve
Ah, heav'n! What is't I hear?
Alcina, HWV 34: "Verdi prati" (Ruggiero)
Amadigi di Gaula, HWV 11: "Pena tiranna" (Dardano)
Anniversary Edition, The
Anthems
Anthems / Instrumental Music / Songs
Archiv Produktion Analogue Stereo Recordings 1959–1981
Ariodante, HWV 33: "E vivo ancora?" / "Scherza infida" (Ariodante)
Author of light
Author of light, revive my dying sprite
Awake, sweet love, thou art returned
Awake, Sweet Love...
Belshazzar
Belshazzar: Act 1, Scene 1, Air "Lament not thus, oh Queen, in vain!" (Daniel)
Belshazzar: Act 1, Scene 1, Recitativo "The fate of Babylon, I fear, is nigh" (Nitocris, Daniel)
Belshazzar: Act 1, Scene 3, Accompagnato "Rejoice, my countrymen"; Air "Thus saith the Lord to Cyrus" (Daniel)
Belshazzar: Act 1, Scene 3, Air "Oh sacred oracles of Truth!" (Daniel)
Belshazzar: Act 2, Scene 2, Accompagnato "Yet, to obey his dread command" (Daniel)
Belshazzar: Act 2, Scene 2, Air "No! to thyself thy trifles be" (Daniel)
Belshazzar: Act 3, Scene 1, Air "Can the black Aethiop change his skin?" (Daniel)
Belshazzar: Act 3, Scene 1, Recitativo "Fain would I hope" (Nitocris, Daniel)
Belshazzar: Act 3, Scene 3, Recitativo "Say, venerable prophet" (Cyrus, Daniel)
Belshazzar: Act 3, Scene 3, Soli & Chorus "I will magnify thee" (Daniel, Nitocris, Chorus)
Bonduca, or The British Heroine, Z574 (Duet: Sing, sing ye druids)
Bonduca: Divine Andate, presidents of war
Bringt her dem Herrn
By the Waters of Babylon
Can she excuse my wrongs?
Cantata No. 169, "Gott soll allein mein Herze haben," BWV 169 (BC A143), VI. "Stirb in mir, Welt und alle deine Liebe", Aria for alto
Cantata no. 170, BWV 170: Vergnugte Ruh', beliebte Seelenlust (Contented Rest Beloved Heart's Desire)
Cantata, BWV 169 "Gott soll allein mein Herze haben": II. Arioso und Recitativo "Gott soll allein mein Herze haben"
Cantata, BWV 169 "Gott soll allein mein Herze haben": III. Aria "Gott soll allein mein Herze haben"
Cantata, BWV 169 "Gott soll allein mein Herze haben": IV. Recitativo "Was ist die Liebe Gottes"
Cantata, BWV 169 "Gott soll allein mein Herze haben": V. Aria "Stirb in mir"
Cantata, BWV 169 "Gott soll allein mein Herze haben": VI. Recitativo "Doch meint es auch dabei"
Cantata, BWV 169 "Gott soll allein mein Herze haben": VII. Chorale "Du süße Liebe, schenk uns deine Gunst"
Cantata, BWV 170 "Vergnügte Ruh', beliebte Seelenlust": I. Aria "Vergnügte Ruh, beliebte Seelenlust"
Cantata, BWV 170 "Vergnügte Ruh', beliebte Seelenlust": II. Recitativo "Die Welt, das Sündenhaus"
Cantata, BWV 170 "Vergnügte Ruh', beliebte Seelenlust": III. Aria "Wie jammern mich doch die verkehrten Herzen"
Cantata, BWV 170 "Vergnügte Ruh', beliebte Seelenlust": IV. Recitativo "Wer sollte sich demnach wohl hier zu leben wünschen"
Cantata, BWV 170 "Vergnügte Ruh', beliebte Seelenlust": V. Aria "Mir ekelt mehr zu leben"
Cantata, BWV 54 "Widerstehe doch der Sünde": I. Aria "Widerstehe doch der Sünde"
Cantata, BWV 54 "Widerstehe doch der Sünde": II. Recitativo "Die Art verruchter Sünden"
Cantata, BWV 54 "Widerstehe doch der Sünde": III. Aria "Wer Sünde tut, der ist vom Teufel"
Cantatas BWV 54 / BWV 169 / BWV 170
Cantate de Pâques: Weg mit Sodoms gift'gen
Canticle II: Abraham and Isaac, Op. 51
care not for these ladies, I
Carmina Burana
Carmina burana: II In taberna: XII. Olim lacus colueram
Celia's Fond
Choice of Hercules, oratorio, HWV 69, No. 15, "Yet, can I hear that dulcet lay", Air (Hercules), The
Choice of Hercules: Yet, can I hear that dulcet lay, The
Christe, qui lux es
Clarae stellae, scintillate, RV625: I. Clarae stellae, scintillate
Clarae stellae, scintillate, RV625: II. Coeli repleti iam novo splendore
Clarae stellae, scintillate, RV625: III. Nunc iubilare
Clarae stellae, scintillate, RV625: IV. Alleluia
Come tread the paths of pensive pangs
Come Tread the Paths of Pensive Pangs, song for voice & lute
Come ye sons of Art, away Z323 (Movement 3: Sound the trumpet, 'til around)
Come ye sons of art, ode for Queen Mary (1694): Come ye sons of art
Come ye sons of art, ode for Queen Mary (1694): Strike the viols, touch the lute
Come, Ye Sons Of Art - Symphony - Come, Ye Sons Of Art, Away- Sound The Trumpet - Come, Ye Sons of Art
Come, Ye Sons of Art, Away, Z. 323: "Sound the trumpet"
Communion
Complete Anthems and Services, Vol. 2, The
Complete Anthems and Services, Vol. I, The
complete secular solo songs, The
Countertenor Duets
Credo
Creed, The
Cum statua
Cypress curtain of the night, The
Dark Side of Classical Music, The
Death in Venice
Deborah
Deborah, oratorio, HWV 51, Act II, "Impious mortal, cease to brave us!", Air (Barak)
Deborah: Act I, Scene I, No. II. Recitative "O Barak, favour’d of the skies" (Deborah, Barak)
Deborah: Act I, Scene I, No. III. Duet "Where do thy ardours raise me?" (Barak, Deborah)
Deborah: Act I, Scene I, No. V. Recitative "Since Heav’n has thus his will express’d" (Barak)
Deborah: Act I, Scene I, No. VI. Soli & Chorus "For ever to the voice of pray’r"
Deborah: Act I, Scene I, No. XI. Recitative "To whomsoe’er his fate the tyrant owes" (Barak)
Deborah: Act I, Scene I, No. XII. Air "How lovely is the blooming fair" (Barak)
Deborah: Act I, Scene III, No. III. Recitative "I go where Heav’n and duty call" (Barak)
Deborah: Act I, Scene III, No. VI. Air "All danger disdaining" (Barak)
Deborah: Act I, Scene IV. Recitative "My charge is to declare" (Herald) / Act I, Scene V, No. I. "Let him approach..." (Deborah, Barak)
Deborah: Act II, No. VIII. Air "Impious mortal, cease to brave us" (Barak)
Deborah: Act II, No. XV. Recitative "Great prophetess, my soul's on fire" (Barak)
Deborah: Act II, No. XVI. Air "In the battle, fame pursuing" (Barak)
Deborah: Act II, No. XXIV. Duet "Smiling freedom, lovely guest" (Deborah, Barak)
Deborah: Act III, Scene II, No. I. Recitative "My pray'rs are heard, the blessings of this day" (Abinoam, Barak)
Deborah: Act III, Scene III, No. IV. Recitative "I saw the tyrant breathless in her tent" (Barak, Jael)
Deborah: Act III, Scene III, No. IX. Air "Low at her feet he bow'd, he fell" (Barak)
Deborah: Act III, Scene III, No. VIII. Recitative "May heav'n, with kind profusion, shed" (Barak)
die whenas I do not see, I
Donna ’l tuo partimento
E’ questa la mercede
Ego flos campi
Eliza is the fairest Queen
Elizabethan Ayres & Dances
Epithalamium: Chaconne
Epithalamium: Hark! hark! the echoing air
Epithalamium: My torch indeed... They shall be as happy
Epithalamium: See, I obey
Epithalamium: Sure the dull God of Marriage
Epithalamium: Symphony
Epithalamium: They shall be as happy
Epithalamium: Turn then thine eyes
Erbarm dich mein, o Herre Gott
Esther, oratorio, HWV 50b, Act I, "Tune your harps to cheerful strains", Air (Femme israelite)
Eternal Source of Light Divine (Birthday Ode for Queen Anne) (beginning)
Eternal Source of Light Divine: "Eternal Source of Light Divine"
Eternal Source of Light Divine: "Kind Health Descends on Downy Wings"
Eternal Source of Light Divine: "Let Flocks and Herds Their Fear Forget"
Eternal Source of Light Divine: "Let Rolling Streams Their Gladness Show"
Eternal Source of Light Divine: "The Day That Gave Great Anna Birth"
Eternal Source of Light Divine: "United Nations Shall Combine"
Eyes, look no more
Fac ut portem
Fair, if you expect admiring
Febus mundo oriens
Filiae maestae Jerusalem, RV638: I. Filiae maestae Jerusalem
Filiae maestae Jerusalem, RV638: II. Sileant zephyri
Filiae maestae Jerusalem, RV638: III. Sed tenebris diffusis
Filius non est Dei, An
Final
Flow, my tears, fall from your springs
Four Choruses From Songs of Troubled Times: The Ikon
Giulio Cesare in Egitto, HWV 17: "Al lampo dell'armi" (Cesare)
Giulio Cesare in Egitto, HWV 17: "Va tacito e nascosto" (Cesare)
Giulio Cesare: Deep within my bosom burning
Giunta vaga bitta
Giustino, HWV 37: "Se parla nel mio cor" (Giustino)
Giustino, HWV 37: "Zeffiretto, che scorre nel prato" (Giustino)
Gloria
Gloria / Nulla in mundo pax sincera / Nisi Dominus / Cantatas
Go nightly cares, the enemy to rest
Hail! bright Cecilia Z328 (Movement 10: In vain the Am'rous Flute and soft Guitar )
Hear O Heav'ns
Henry Purcell 1659-1695: The Fairy Queen
Heroes, When With Glory Burning
Heroic Arias
Impudenter circumivi
In terrors trapp'd with thraldom thrust
Israel in Egypt: Part I, Exodus: 1. Now there arose a new king (tenor recitative) / 2. And the children of Israel (alto & chorus)
Israel in Egypt: Part I, Exodus: 5. Their land brought forth frogs (alto)
It fell on a summer's day
J'os bien a m'amie parler
Ja nus hons pris
James Bowman Collection, The
Johannes-Passion: Air (Altus): Von den Stricken meiner Sünden
Johannes-Passion: Aria (Altus): Es ist vollbracht!
John Dowland - Ayres and Lute-lessons
Joseph and His Brethren
Joshua
Joshua: Act I. "Awful, pleasing being, say"
Joshua: Act I. "But who is he?"
Joshua: Act I. "In these blest scenes"
Joshua: Act I. "O Achsah, form'd for ev'ry chaste delight"
Joshua: Act I. "Our limpid streams with freedom flow"
Joshua: Act I. "The trumpet calls"
Joshua: Act II. "Heroes when with glory burning"
Joshua: Act II. "Nations, who in future story"
Joshua: Act II. "Now give the army breath"
Joshua: Act II. "Sure I'm deceiv'd"
Joshua: Act III. "O Caleb, fear'd by foes"
Joshua: Act III. "O peerless maid"
Joshua: Act III. "Welcome! my son"
Joshua: Act III. "While life shall last"
Judas Maccabaeus: Act II. Recitative "O Judas, o my brethren!" (Messenger)
Judas Maccabaeus: Act III. Air "Father of Heav'n!" (Priest)
Judas Maccabaeus: Act III. Recitative "From Capharsalama on eagle wings" (Messengers)
Jules César, air de Ptolémée : "Upstart, barbarian and traitor"
King Arthur, or The British Worthy, Z. 628: Aria "Fairest isle, all isles excelling"
King Shall Rejoice, The
Knotting Song, The
Kyrie
Li noviaus tens
Like as the lute delights
Lucidissima face
maid's Last Prayer, or Any rather than Fail, Z601 (Duet: No, resistance is but vain), The
Messe Baroque Du 21 Siecle
Messiah
Messiah: Behold, a Virgin Shall Conceive
Messiah: He Shall Feed His Flock
Messiah: He Was Despised
Messiah: How Beautiful Are the Feet
Messiah: O Thou That Tellest
Messiah: Part I: But Who May Abide the Day of His Coming
Messiah: Part I: He Shall Feed His Flock Like a Shepherd
Messiah: Part I: Then Shall the Eyes of the Blind Be Open’d
Messiah: Part II: Thou Art Gone Up on High
Messiah: Part III: O Death, Where Is Thy Sting
Messiah: Part III: Then Shall Be Brought to Pass the Saying
Messiah: Then Shall the Eyes
Music for a While
Music for Royal Occasions
Music of the Gothic Era
Night and Silence: Dance
Night and Silence: Echo: Now join your warbling voices all (Chorus)
Night and Silence: Fill up the bowl, then (The Poet)
Night and Silence: Hush, no more (Sleep)
Night and Silence: I am come to look all fast (Mystery)
Night and Silence: One charming might (Secrecy)
Night and Silence: Prelude: Come all ye youngsters of the sky (Fairy-Spirit)
Night and Silence: See, even Night herself is here (Night)
Night and Silence: The Songsters: May the God of Wit inspire (Fairy-Spirits)
Nisi Dominus, RV 608: I. Nisi Dominus
Nisi Dominus, RV 608: II. Vanum est vobis / III. Surgite postquam sederitis
Nisi Dominus, RV 608: IV. Cum dederit dilectis suis somnum
Nisi Dominus, RV 608: V. Sicut sagittae in manu potentis
Nisi Dominus, RV 608: VI. Beatus vir qui implevit
Nisi Dominus, RV 608: VII. Gloria Patri et Filio / VIII. Sicut erat in pricipio / IX. Amen
Nisi dominus, RV 608: VII. Gloria Patri et Filio / VIII. Sicut erat in principio / IX. Amen
No grave for woe
Now does the glorious day appear (Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday), for soloists, chorus, violins & continuo, Z. 332, No. 7a, "By beauteous softness" (alto)
Now that the sun hath veiled his light, sacred song for soprano & continuo ("An Evening Hymn"), Z. 193
Now, o now I needs must part
O dive custos Auriacae domus 'An elegy upon the death of Queen Mary' Z514
O give thanks unto the Lord
O magnum mysterium, motet for 8 voices
O mitissima
O solitude, my sweetest choice, song, Z. 406
O solitude, my sweetest choice! Z406
Oberon's Birthday: Hail! great parent (Chorus)
Oberon's Birthday: Here's the Summer, sprightly, gay (Summer)
Oberon's Birthday: Let the fifes and the clarions (Attendants): Dance
Oberon's Birthday: Next, Winter comes slowly (Winter)
Oberon's Birthday: Now the night is chas'd away (Attendant)
Oberon's Birthday: See, my many-coloured fields (Autumn)
Oberon's Birthday: Symphony
Oberon's Birthday: Thus the ever grateful Spring (Spring)
Oberon's Birthday: When a cruel long winter (Phoebus)
Occasional Oratorio, HWV 62, Act III, "Thou shalt bring them in", Air for soprano
Occasional Oratorio, The
Ode for the Birthday of Queen Anne (Eternal Source of Light Divine), HWV 74, I. Largo: Eternal source of light divine!
Ode on the death of Mr Henry Purcell (Mark how the Lark and Linnet Sing)
Ode, Z 324 "Fly, bold rebellion": VII. Aria (Alto) - Ritornello " Be welcome then, great Sir"
Oedipus: Music for a while
Offertoire
Oft have I sigh'd for him that hears me not
Ombra Mai Fu
On the brow of Richmond Hill, song, Z. 405
Orfeo, SV 318, Act 1: "Lasciate i monti": "Ma tu, gentil cantor", L'
Orfeo, SV 318, Act 1: "Ma se il nostro gioir": "Ecco Orfeo", L'
Orfeo, SV 318, Act 2: "Chi ne consola, ahi lassi?": "Ahi, caso acerbo", L'
Orfeo, SV 318, Act 3: Sinfonia: "Scorto da te, mio nume" - "Ecco l'atra palude" - "Dove, ah, dove te'n vai", L'
Original Sound, The
Orlando
Orlando: Act One II. "Stimolato dalla gloria" (Orlando)
Orlando: Act One III. "Purgalo ormai da effeminati sensi" (Zoroastro, Orlando)
Orlando: Act One IX. "Itene pur tremendo" (Orlando, Dorinda)
Orlando: Act One VI. "Imagini funeste" (Orlando)
Orlando: Act One VII. "Non fu già men forte Alcide" (Orlando)
Orlando: Act One XIX. "T'ubbidirò…Fammi combattere" (Orlando)
Orlando: Act Three V. "Unisca amor in noi" (Orlando, Dorinda)
Orlando: Act Three VI. "Già lo stringo" (Orlando)
Orlando: Act Three XIII. "Finché prendi ancora" (Angelica, Orlando)
Orlando: Act Three XIV. "Vieni - Vanne precipitando…Già per la mano d'Orlando" (Orlando, Angelica)
Orlando: Act Three XIX. "Dormo ancora" (Orlando, Dorinda)
Orlando: Act Three XV. "Già l'ebro mio ciglio" (Orlando)
Orlando: Act Three XX. "Per far mia diletta" (Orlando)
Orlando: Act Three XXI. "Che vedo, oh dei!" (Orlando)
Orlando: Act Three XXII. "Vinse incanti" (Orlando, gli altri)
Orlando: Act Three XXIII. "Trionfa oggi'l mio cor" (Orlando, Angelica, Medoro, Dorinda, tutti)
Orlando: Act Two II. "Perché, gentil Dorinda" (Orlando, Dorinda)
Orlando: Act Two IV. "E' questa la mercede…Cielo! Se tu il consenti" (Orlando)
Orlando: Act Two X. "Dove, dove guidate…Verdi piante" (Orlando, Angelica)
Orlando: Act Two XI. "Ah perfida, qui sei!" (Orlando, Angelica)
Orlando: Act Two XII. "Ah Stigie larve!" (Orlando)
Orlando: Act Two XIII. "Già latra Cerbero" (Orlando)
Orlando: Act Two XIV. "Vaghe pupille, non piangete, no" (Orlando)
Ottone, re di Germania, HWV 15: "Io son tradito" / "Tanti affanni" (Ottone)
Palestinalied
Parti de mal
Pater Noster
Pavan and Galliard, Almain: The Night Watch
Pillow Book, The
plus beaux chants des Castrats, Les
Prelude, Galliard, Almain
Première Leçon de Ténèbres, for treble voice & continuo,VII. Jerusalem, convertere
Qui es promesses
Qui es promesses de fortune
Rejoice in the Lamb, Op. 30: For H is a spirit and therefore he is God —
Rejoice in the Lamb, Op. 30: For I am under the same accusation with my Saviour —
Rejoice in the Lamb, Op. 30: For I will consider my Cat Jeoffry —
Rejoice in the Lamb, Op. 30: For the flowers are great blessings —
Rejoice in the Lamb, Op. 30: For the Mouse is a creature of great personal valour —
Rejoice in the Lamb, Op. 30: Hallelujah from the heart of God
Rejoice in the Lamb, Op. 30: Rejoice in God, O ye Tongues —
Rinaldo, HWV 7: "Cara sposa" (Rinaldo)
Rinaldo, HWV 7: "Or la tromba" (Rinaldo) / Battaglia
Rinaldo, HWV 7: "Venti turbini" (Rinaldo)
Rinaldo, opera, HWV 7, Act 3. Scene 9. Aria. Or la tromba in suon festante mi richiama a trionfar
Sacred Music
Sacred Music, Vol. 2
Salve Regina
Salve Regina pur alto, cordes et continuo: Amoroso
Salve Regina pur alto, cordes et continuo: Andante
Salve Regina pur alto, cordes et continuo: Andante - Largo
Salve Regina pur alto, cordes et continuo: Largo
Salve Regina pur alto, cordes et continuo: Largo assai
Salve Regina, RV 616: Allegro
Salve Regina, RV 616: Allegro ma poco
Salve Regina, RV 616: Andante
Salve Regina, RV 616: Andante molto
Salve Regina, RV 616: Larghetto
Sanctus
Say, Love, if ever thou didst find
Shall I come if I swim?
She, Who My Poor Heart Possesses
Since first I saw your face
Since First I Saw Your Face, song for 4 voices & instruments
Sing Unto God: "Sing Unto God"
Sing unto the Lord, O ye Saints
Six Songs: Not all my torments
Sol da te, mio dolce amore
Solomon, oratorio, HWV 67, Act I, "Almighty pow'r! who rul'st the earth and skies", Recitative (Solomon)
Solomon, oratorio, HWV 67, Act I, "Welcome as the dawn of day to the pilgrim on his way", Duet (Reine, Solomon)
Sono liete, fortunate
Sono liete, fortunate, duet for soprano, alto & continuo, HWV 194, II. "Crudelta ne lontananza", Duet for soprano & alto
Sorrow, stay, lend true repentant tears
St. John Passion
St. Matthew Passion (Matthäuspassion), for soloists, double chorus & double orchestra, BWV 244 (BC D3b), No. 39, "Erbarme dich, meine Gott", Aria for alto ["Have mercy, Lord"]
Stabat Mater
Stabat Mater : I. Stabat Mater
Stabat Mater / Nisi Dominus
Stabat Mater / Nisi Dominus / Concerto in G minor
Stabat Mater / Salve Regina
Stabat mater dolorosa
Stabat Mater, RV 621: I. Stabat Mater dolorosa / II. Cuius animam gementem / III. O quam tristis et afflicta
Stabat Mater, RV 621: IV. Quis est homo / V. Quis non posset contristari / VI. Pro peccatis suae gentis
Stabat Mater, RV 621: VII. Eia Mater, fons amoris / VIII. Fac ut ardeat cor meum / IX. Amen
Stabat Mater: I. Stabat Mater
Stabat Mater: II. Cujus animam gementem
Stabat Mater: III. O quam tristis et afflicta
Stabat Mater: IV. Quae moerebat et dolebat
Stabat Mater: IX. Sancta mater
Stabat Mater: V. Quis est homo
Stabat Mater: VI. Vidit suum dulcem Natum
Stabat Mater: VII. Eja, Mater
Stabat Mater: VIII. Fac ut ardeat cor meum
Stabat Mater: X. Fac ut portem
Stabat Mater: XI. Inflammatus et accencus
Stabat Mater: XII. Quando corpus
Strastnaya Sed'mitsa 'Holy Week', Op. 58: III. Vo tsarstvii Tvoyem (In Thy Kingdom)
Sweet Passion: A Dance of Haymakers, The
Sweet Passion: A thousand, thousand ways, The
Sweet Passion: Hornpipe & Rondeau, The
Sweet Passion: Now the maids ans the man, The
Sweet Passion: Overture, The
Sweet Passion: The Plaint: O let me weep, for ever weep!, The
Sweet Passion:, The
Sweet, come again
Sweeter Than Roses
Sylvia, Now Your Scorn Give Over
Te Deum and Jubilate Deo in D major, for soloists, chorus & instruments, Z. 232, No. 1, "Te Deum laudamus" (The Song of St. Ambroise): k, "Vouchsafe, O Lord, to keep us this day" (alto)
Te Deum in D major: "Vouchsafe, O Lord, To Keep Us This Day Without Sin"
Te Deum in D major: "We Praise Thee O God"
Te Deum in D major: "When Thou Tookest Upon Thee to Deliver Man"
Te Deum Laudamus and Jubilate Deo in D major, Z.232, Ed. Dennison: Jubilate: O be joyful in The Lord
Te Deum Laudamus and Jubilate Deo in D major, Z.232, Ed. Dennison: Thou art the King of Glory
Te Deum Laudamus and Jubilate Deo in D major, Z.232, Ed. Dennison: Vouchsafe, O Lord, to keep us this day without sin
Te Deum Laudamus and Jubilate Deo in D major, Z.232, Ed. Dennison: We praise Thee
Tell me, true Love
Their Land Brought Forth Frogs
There is a garden in her face
Thou pretty bird, how do I see
Thou Shalt Bring Them In
Three Choruses from Tolstoy's Tsar Feodor Iannovich: Prayer
Three Divine Hymns: We sing to him
Timon of Athens Z632 (Duet: Hark how the songsters)
Turteltaube lasst sich horen: Gelobet sei Gott und der vater, Die
Vespro della Beata Vergine, SV 206: VII. Psalmus 121: Laetatus sum
Vespro della Beata Vergine, SV 206: XIII. Hymnus: Ave maris stella
Vespro della Beata Vergine, SV 206: XIX. Fecit potentiam
Viderunt omnes
Vivaldi: Salve Regina / Pergolèse: Salve Regina
Was hast du verwirket
What delight can they enjoy
What then is love but mourning?
When the Son of Man shall come in all His Glory
Whether men do laugh or weep
Why, why are all the muses mute? (Welcome Song for James II), for soloists, chorus & instruments, Z. 343, No. 5a, "Britain, thou now art great" (alto)
Yorkshire Feast Song: IV. The Pale and Purple Rose / V. And in Each Track of Glory Since, The
Your Sacred Songs Awhile Forbear
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