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Byrd, William
H. Persels
Henri Purcell
Henricus Purcell
Henrijs Pērsels
Henry Purcell
Henry Purcell (componist uit Koninkrijk Engeland (1659-1695))
Henry Purcell (compositeur britannique)
Henry Purcell (compositor barroco inglés)
Henry Purcell (compositore inglese)
Henry Purcell (englischer Komponist des Barock)
Henry Purcell (English composer)
Henry Purcell (kompozytor angielski)
Perselas, H.
Pêrsêll, G.
Pêrsêll, Genri
Persels, H.
Pērsels, Henrijs
Purcel, ..
Purcel, H.
Purcel, Henry
Purcell, ..
Purcell, H.
Purcell, Henri
Purcell (Henry)
Purcell, Henryk
Purcelll, Henry
Pŭrsel, Kh
Pŭrsel, Khenri
Pyorsell Genri
Χένρι Πέρσελ
Генрі Перселл
Пёрселл, Генри
Хенри Персел
Хенри Пърсел
ჰენრი პერსელი
Հենրի Պյորսել
הנרי פרסל
פרסל, הנרי
هنري برسل
هنری پرسل
헨리 퍼셀
パーセル
ヘンリー・パーセル
亨利·普賽爾
亨利浦修
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1658 or 9-1695
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Azpiazu, José de (1912-1986)
Bach, Johann Sebastian (1685-1750)
Bowman, James (1941-)
Britten, Benjamin (1913-1976)
Britten, Edward Benjamin (1913-1976)
Clarke, Jeremiah (1674-1707)
Deller, Alfred
Deller, Alfred (1912-1979)
Ensemble baroque Sprezzatura
Gardiner, John Eliot
Gibbons, Orlando (1583-1625)
Haendel, Georg Friedrich
Händel, Georg Friedrich (1685-1759)
Harmonia mundi France
Joly, Jaspar Robert (1819-1892)
Kolneder, Walter (1910-1994)
Marlatt, David (1973-)
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791)
Naxos Digital Services
Polskie Wydawnictwo Muzyczne
Portugal. Instituto Português do Património Cultural. Departamento de Musicologia
Purcell Society
Purcell, Daniel (1660-1717; Beziehung familiaer; see also from)
Tate, Nahum (1652-1715)
Taylor, Daniel (1969-)
כרמל, דב (1933-)
Titles: 
2nd Overture in D
Abdelazar: Air (Suite for the Theatre)
Abdelazar: Gigue (Suite for the Theatre)
Abdelazar - Jig Z 686
Abdelazar: Overture (Suite for the Theatre)
Abdelazar: Rondo (Suite for the Theatre)
Abdelazar: Roondeau
Abdelazar: Royal Entry (Suite for the Theatre)
Abdelazer. Air (No. 6)
Abdelazer. Air (No. 9)
Abdelazer ... Lucinda is bewitching fair
Abdelazer ... Ouvertüre
Abdelazer ... Rondo
Abdelazer. Selections
Abdelazer Suite
Abdelazer Z 570 No 2 Rondeau
Act II Scene 1: But, ere we this perform (1st and 2nd Witches)
Act II Scene 1: Ruin'd ere the set of sun (1st and 2nd Witches, Sorceress, Chorus)
Act II Scene 1: The Queen of Carthage, whom we hate (Sorceress, Chorus)
Act II Scene 1: Wayward sisters (Sorceress, 1st Witch)
Act III Scene 1: Our next motion (Sorceress)
Act III Scene 1: Prelude - Come away, fellow sailors (Sailor, Chorus)
Act III Scene 1: See, the flags and streamers curling (Sorceress, 1st and 2nd Witches)
Ah! Ah! Ah! Belinda, I Am Press'd
Ah! Belinda, feat. Lorraine Hunt, mezzo soprano
Ah! Cruel nymph, you give despair, Z. 352
Ah! how pleasant 'tis to love, Z. 353
Ah! How sweet it is to love, from Tyranic Love or The Royal Martyr
Air From Abdelazer
Air on a ground bass
Air Pour Trompette
Air, Z. 630 No. 1
Air, Z. 641
Air, Z. 693 No. 2
Aire, Z. 676
Aire, ZT. 675
Aire, ZT. 696 No. 2
Airs Clavecin Z 641 Sol majeur
Airs Clavecin Z T676 Ré mineur
Airs, harpsichord, Z. 641, G major
Airs, Kl Z 676
Allegro From Sinfonia (Act II)
Allemandes Clavecin Z 634 Sol majeur
Alto Duet; Chorus
Alto Solo; Chorus
Amidst the shades and cool refreshing streams, Z. 355
Amintas, to my grief I see, Z. 356
Amintor, heedless of his flocks, Z. 357
Amphitryon: Fair Iris and her swain
Amphitryon: Sarabande
Amphitryon, Z. 572 "The Two Sosias". A Pastoral Dialogue Betwixt Thrsis and Iris
Amphitryon, Z. 572 "The Two Sosias". "Celia, That I Once Was Blest"
Amphitryon, Z. 572 "The Two Sosias". "For Iris I Sigh"
Amphitryon, Z. 572 "The Two Sosias": I. Overture
Amphitryon, Z. 572 "The Two Sosias": II. Saraband
Amphitryon, Z. 572 "The Two Sosias": III. Hornpipe
Amphitryon, Z. 572 "The Two Sosias": IV. Scotch Tune
Amphitryon, Z. 572 "The Two Sosias": V. Air
Amphitryon, Z. 572 "The Two Sosias": VI. Minuet
Amphitryon, Z. 572 "The Two Sosias": VII. Hornpipe
Amphitryon, Z. 572 "The Two Sosias": VIII. Borree
Anthems 1 à 10 voix, basse continue
Anthems Z 2
Anthems Z 4 In God's word
Apendans
Aria of Venus "Fairest Isle, all isles excelling"
Arise, my muse. But ah, I see Eusebia drown'd in tears
Arise, Ye Subterranean Winds (From the Tempest)
As Roger last night to Jenny lay close, Z. 242
Ask me to love no more, Z. 358
At the close of the evening Z 599
Aureng-Zebe, Z. 573: I see she flies me
Awake, and with attention hear, Z. 181
Awake, awake, put on thy strength Z 1
Awake, ye dead, Z. 182
Ayre ('Ah, Belinda) from Dido and Aeneas
Bacchus is a pow'r divine, Z. 360
Baroque Vol.18 - Purcell: Instrumental Works - Menuhin, Brosse et al. (EMI 1996)
Baroque, Volume 8: Theatre Music
BBC Music, Volume 11, Number 3: Hail! Bright Cecilia
Be merciful unto me, Z. 4
Be Welcome, Then, Great Sir
Beati omnes qui timent Dominum, Z. 131
Beauty, Thou Scene of Love
Beggar's Opera: Act I. Air. "Virgins are like the fair flower in its lustre" (Polly, Peachum), The
Begin the song, and strike the living lyre, Z. 183
Behold, I bring you glad tidings. Ritornello, G minor
Behold, I bring you glad tidings, Z. 2
Behold now, praise the Lord, Z. 3: I. Symphony
Behold now, praise the Lord, Z. 3: II. Behold now, praise the Lord
Behold now, praise the Lord, Z. 3: III. Glory be to the Father
Behold, upon My Bending Spear
Beneath a dark and melancholy grove, Z. 461
Beneath a poplar's shadow
Benedicite in B-flat, Z230
Benedictus in B-flat, Z. 230
Best of Henry Purcell, The
Beware, poor Shepherds, Z. 361
Birthday Ode for Queen Mary "Come Ye Sons of Art Away", Z. 323: Bid the Virtues
Birthday Ode for Queen Mary "Come Ye Sons of Art Away", Z. 323: Come, ye sons of Art, come away
Birthday Ode for Queen Mary "Come Ye Sons of Art Away", Z. 323: Ouverture
Birthday Ode for Queen Mary "Come Ye Sons of Art Away", Z. 323: See Nature, rejoicing
Birthday Ode for Queen Mary "Come Ye Sons of Art Away", Z. 323: Sound the trumpet
Birthday Ode for Queen Mary "Come Ye Sons of Art Away", Z. 323: The day that such a blessing
Birthday Ode for Queen Mary "Come Ye Sons of Art Away", Z. 323: These, are the sacred charms
Birthday Ode for Queen Mary "Come Ye Sons of Art", Z. 323: I. Ouverture
Birthday Ode for Queen Mary "Come Ye Sons of Art", Z. 323: II. Come, ye sons of Art, come away
Birthday Ode for Queen Mary "Come Ye Sons of Art", Z. 323: III. Sound the Trumpet
Birthday Ode for Queen Mary "Come Ye Sons of Art", Z. 323: IV. Come, ye sons of Art, come away
Birthday Ode for Queen Mary "Come Ye Sons of Art", Z. 323: IX. See Nature, rejoicing
Birthday Ode for Queen Mary "Come Ye Sons of Art", Z. 323: V. Strike the viol
Birthday Ode for Queen Mary "Come Ye Sons of Art", Z. 323: VI. The day that such a blessing
Birthday Ode for Queen Mary "Come Ye Sons of Art", Z. 323: VII. Bid the Virtues
Birthday Ode for Queen Mary "Come Ye Sons of Art", Z. 323: VIII. These, are the sacred charms
Birthday Ode for Queen Mary "Love's Goddess Sure Was Blind", Z. 331: Sweetness of nature / Long may she reign
Blessed are they that fear the Lord, Z. 5: I. Symphony
Blessed are they that fear the Lord, Z. 5: II. Blessed are they that fear the Lord
Blessed are they that fear the Lord, Z. 5: III. The Lord thy God from out of Sion
Blessed are they that fear the Lord, Z. 5: IV. Alleluia
Blessed be the Lord my strength, Z. 6
Blessed is he that considereth the poor, Z. 7
Blessed is he whose unrighteousness is forgiven Z 8
Blessed is the man that feareth the Lord, Z. 9
Blessed Virgin's Expostulation, Z. 186 "Tell me, some pitying angel", The
Blow up the trumpet im Sion Z 10
Blow up the trumpet in Sion, Z. 10
Bonduca: Air
Bonduca ... Britons, strike home
Bonduca, or The British Heroine, Z. 574: O lead me to some peaceful gloom
Bonduca, or the British Heroine, Z. 574: “Oh! Lead me to some peaceful gloom” (Bonvica)
Bonduca ... Ouvertüre, Kanzone
Bonduca: Overture
Bonduca. Sing ye druids all
Bonduca, Z. 574: Bonduca's Song. "Oh! lead me to some peaceful gloom"
Bonduca Z 574 No 10 Jack, thou'rt a toper
Bonduca Z 574 No 17 Oh! lead me to some peaceful gloom
Bow down thine ear, O Lord, Z. 11
Bright Cecilia: Variations on a Theme by Purcell: Tema
Bring the bowl and cool Nantz Z 243
But e'er we this
Call for the reck'ning Z 244
Came, I Saw, and was undon ("The Thraldome"), I
came, I saw, and was undone, Z. 375, I
Canary, ZT. 677
Cantate Domino, Z. 230
Cantate "If Ever I More Riches Did Desire" Z. 544: Song (4vv, 2 Violin) "Here Let My Life"
Canterbury guests. Good neighbour, why do you look awry?
Canterbury guests Z 591
Cease, anxious world, your fruitless pain
Cease, anxious world, Z. 362
Celebrate this Festival, Z 321 (Birthday Ode for Queen Mary): April who till now has mourn'd
Celebrate this Festival, Z 321 (Birthday Ode for Queen Mary): Britain now thy cares beguile
Celebrate this Festival, Z 321 (Birthday Ode for Queen Mary): Celebrate this festival
Celebrate this Festival, Z 321 (Birthday Ode for Queen Mary): Crown the altar, deck the shrine
Celebrate this Festival, Z 321 (Birthday Ode for Queen Mary): Departing thus you'll hear him say
Celebrate this Festival, Z 321 (Birthday Ode for Queen Mary): Expected spring at last is come
Celebrate this Festival, Z 321 (Birthday Ode for Queen Mary): Happy realm beyond expressing
Celebrate this Festival, Z 321 (Birthday Ode for Queen Mary): Kindly treat Maria's Day
Celebrate this Festival, Z 321 (Birthday Ode for Queen Mary): Let sullen discord smile
Celebrate this Festival, Z 321 (Birthday Ode for Queen Mary): Return fond Muse, the thoughts of war
Celebrate this Festival, Z 321 (Birthday Ode for Queen Mary): Symphony: Canzona
Celebrate this Festival, Z 321 (Birthday Ode for Queen Mary): 'Tis sacred, bid the trumpet cease
Celebrate this Festival, Z 321 (Birthday Ode for Queen Mary): While for a righteous cause he arms
Celemene
Celestial music did the gods inspire. Her charming strains
Celestial music did the gods inspire Z 322
Celestial Music: When Orpheus sang
Chaconas cuerda, Z. 730 sol menor
Chaconne g-moll
Chaconne, ZT. 680
Chaconnen Z 730
Chacony in G minor for 2 violins, viola and continuo, Z. 730
Chacony in G minor for Strings, Z. 730
Chacony, Z628
Chamber music
Chiding Catch ("Fie, Nay")
Choral music. Selections
Chorus: Let loud Renown
Chorus: To the hills & the vales / The Triumphing Dance
Chorus: While thus we bow
Christ is made the sure foundation
Ciacona in G minor, Z.730 (Arr. Benjamin Britten)
Cibell for trumpet, strings, and basso continuo in C major, Z. 678
Cibell, harpsichord, Z. T678, C major
Circe, Z. 575. "Come Every Demon"
Circe, Z. 575. "Lovers Who To Their First Embraces Go"
Circe, Z. 575. Magicians' Dance
Circe, Z. 575. "Pluto, Arise!"
Circe, Z. 575. "Their Necessary Aid You Use"
Circe, Z. 575. "We Must Assemble By a Sacrific"
Classic FM: Purcell
Cleomenes, the Spartan hero. No, no, poor suff'ring heart
Close thine eyes and sleep secure, Z. 184
Cold Genius
Cold Song, The
Come away, Fellow Sailors, Your Anchors Be Weighing
Come, lay by all care Z 484
Come let us drink, Z. 245
Come, my hearts, play your parts Z 246
Come, ye sons of art, away: “Bid the Virtues, bid the Graces“ (Soprano)
Come, ye sons of art, away: “Come ye sons of art, away” (Countertenor & Chorus)
Come, ye sons of art, away: “Come ye sons of art” (Symphony & Chorus)
Come, ye sons of art, away: Overture
Come, ye sons of art, away: “See Nature, rejoicing” (Soprano, Bass & Chorus)
Come, ye sons of art, away: “Strike the viol, touch the lute” (Countertenor)
Come, ye sons of art, away: “The day that such a blessing gave” (Bass & Chorus)
Come, ye sons of art, away: “These are the sacred charms” (Bass)
Come, ye sons of art, away Z 323
Come, ye sons of art: Sound the trumpet
Comical History of Don Quixote, Z. 578: Part I: "Let the dreadful engines", The
Comical History of Don Quixote, Z. 578: Part III. "From rosy bow'rs", The
Complete Anthems and Services 8, The
Complete Anthems and Services, Volume 6 (Choir of New College, Oxford feat. conductor: Robert King), The
Complete Sacred Music: Remember not O Lord our Offences, The
Complete Service in B-flat, Z. 230
Concerto en Mi bémol majeur pour trompette et orchestre à cordes: I. Allegro
Concerto en Mi bémol majeur pour trompette et orchestre à cordes: II. Largo
Concerto en Mi bémol majeur pour trompette et orchestre à cordes: III. Allegro
Conker the King (reprise)
Corant, Z. 644
Corinna is divinely fair, Z. 365
Courantes Clavecin Z 644 Sol majeur
Cupid, the slyest rogue alive, Z. 367
Curtain Tune from Timon of Athens
Dance for the Chinese Man and Woman from The Fairy Queen
Dance for the Haymakers
Dance, Solo (Fame) & Chorus: I come to sing great Zempoalla's story
Dear Pretty Youth
Deus misereator, Z. 230
Dido & Aeneas, Act III, Dido's Lament 1
Dido & Aeneas, Act III, Dido's Lament 2
Dido & Aeneas, Act III, Dido's Lament 3
Dido & Aeneas (Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment feat. conductor: René Jacobs)
Dido & Aeneas: Prelude for the Witches - In Our Deep Vaulted Cell
Dido & Aeneas: Thy Hand Belinda - When I Am Laid in Earth - With Drooping Wings
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act I: Aeneas - “If not for mine, for Empire’s sake”
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act I: Belinda, Aeneas, Dido - “See, your royal guest appears”
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act I: Belinda & Chorus - “Shake the cloud from off your brow”
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act I: Belinda & Dido - “Grief increases by concealing”
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act I: Belinda - “Pursue thy conquest love”
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act I: Belinda, Second Woman & Chorus - “Fear no danger to ensue”
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act I: Chorus - “When monarchs unite, how happy their state”
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act I: Dido - “Ah! Belinda, I am press’d with torment”
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act I: Dido & Belinda - “Whence could so much virtue spring?”
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act I: Guitars’ Chaconne
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act II Scene 1: Chorus - “Harm’s our delight”
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act II Scene 1: Chorus - “Ho ho ho, ho ho ho!” (Reprise)
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act II Scene 1: Chorus - “In our deep vaulted cell”
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act II Scene 1: Echo Dance of Furies
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act II Scene 1: First & Second Witches - “But, ere we this perform”
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act II Scene 1: First & Second Witches, Sorceress - “Ruin’d ere the set of sun?”
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act II Scene 1: Prelude for the Witches (Sorceress & First Witch) - “Wayward sisters”
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act II Scene 1: Sorceress - “The Queen of Carthage, whom we hate”
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act II Scene 2: Aeneas & Dido - “Behold, upon my bended spear”
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act II Scene 2: Belinda & Chorus - “Haste to town”
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act II Scene 2: Belinda & Chorus - “Thanks to these lonesome vales”
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act II Scene 2: Ritornelle
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act II Scene 2: Second Woman - “Oft she visits this lone mountain”
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act II Scene 2: Spirit & Aeneas: “Stay, Prince! and hear great Jove’s command”
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act III Scene 1: Chorus - “Destruction’s our delight”
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act III Scene 1: Drunken Sailor & Chorus - “Come away, fellow sailors”
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act III Scene 1: Sorceress, First & Second Witches - “See, the flags and streamers curling”
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act III Scene 1: Sorceress - “Our next motion”
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act III Scene 1: The Sailor’s Dance I
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act III Scene 1: The Sailor’s Dance II
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act III Scene 1: The Witches’ Dance
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act III Scene 2: Chorus - “Great minds against themselves conspire”
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act III Scene 2: Chorus - “With drooping wings”
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act III Scene 2: Dido, Belinda & Aeneas - “Your counsel all is urged in vain”
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act III Scene 2: Dido - “Thy hand, Belinda, darkness shades me”
Dido & Aeneas, Z. 626, Act III Scene 2: Dido - “When I am laid in earth”
Dido and Aeneas: Act 1- Ah! Ah! Belinda
Dido and Aeneas, Act 1: "Ah! Belinda, I am prest with torment"
Dido and Aeneas: Act 1. Ah! Belinfa, I am press'd
Dido and Aeneas, Act 1: Ciaccona
Dido and Aeneas: Act 1. Fear no danger to ensue
Dido and Aeneas: Act 1. Grief increasing by concealing
Dido and Aeneas: Act 1. If not for mine, for Empire's sake
Dido and Aeneas, Act 1: "See, your Royal Guest appears" - "If not for mine"
Dido and Aeneas: Act 1. The Baske Dance
Dido and Aeneas, Act 1: "To the hills and the vales" - The Triumphing Dance
Dido and Aeneas: Act 1- When monarchs unite
Dido and Aeneas, Act 1: "Whence could so much virtue spring?" - "Fear no danger"
Dido and Aeneas, Act 2: "Behold, upon my bending spear"
Dido and Aeneas: Act 2- But ere we this perform
Dido and Aeneas, Act 2: Folías
Dido and Aeneas, Act 2: "In our deep vaulted cell" - Echo Dance of the Furies
Dido and Aeneas: Act 2. Oft she visits this lone mountain
Dido and Aeneas, Act 2: Prelude for the Witches - "Wayward sisters"
Dido and Aeneas, Act 2: Ritornelle - "Thanks to these lonesome vales"
Dido and Aeneas: Act 2. Ritournelle
Dido and Aeneas: Act 2. Stay, Prince, and hear great Jove's command!
Dido and Aeneas: Act 2. The Groves' Dance
Dido and Aeneas: Act 2. The Queen of Carthage, whom we hate
Dido and Aeneas: Act 2. Then since our charms have sped
Dido and Aeneas: Act 2. Wayward sister, you that fright
Dido and Aeneas: Act 3. A Dance
Dido and Aeneas: Act 3- But death, alas! I cannot shun...When I am laid in earth
Dido and Aeneas: Act 3. Come away fellow sailors, your anchors
Dido and Aeneas: Act 3. Cupids' Dance
Dido and Aeneas: Act 3. Our next motion
Dido and Aeneas, Act 3: Prelude - "Come away, fellow sailors" - Sailor's Dance
Dido and Aeneas: Act 3. See the flags and streamers curling
Dido and Aeneas, Act 3: "See the flags" - Destruction's our delight - The Witches' Dance
Dido and Aeneas: Act 3. The Sailors' Dance
Dido and Aeneas: Act 3. Thy hand, Belinda, darkness shades me
Dido and Aeneas, Act 3: "Thy hand, Belinda...When I am laid in earth"
Dido and Aeneas, Act 3: "When I am laid in earth" (Dido)
Dido and Aeneas: Act 3. With drooping wings ye Cupids come
Dido and Aeneas: Act 3: With dropping wings
Dido and Aeneas: Act 3. Your counsel all is urg'd in vain
Dido and Aeneas, Act 3: "Your counsel all is urged in vain"
Dido and Aeneas: Act II. Ritornelle / "Thanks to these lonesome vales"
Dido and Aeneas: Act III, final scene: Thy hand Belinda, When I am laid
Dido and Aeneas: Act III, final scene: With drooping wings
Dido and Aeneas: Act III, Scene 2: Thy hand, Belinda; darkness shades me
Dido and Aeneas: Act III, Scene 2: Thy hand, Belinda/When I am laid in earth 1
Dido and Aeneas: Act III, Scene 2: Thy hand, Belinda/When I am laid in earth 2
Dido and Aeneas: Act III, Scene 2: Thy hand, Belinda/When I am laid in earth 3
Dido and Aeneas, Act III, Scene II. "Thy hand, Belinda ... When I am laid in Earth"
Dido and Aeneas - Acte II Scéne 1 Les Arts Florissants
Dido and Aeneas: "But death, alas, I cannot shun Thy hand Belinda, when I am laid in earth"
Dido and Aeneas, "Dido's Lament", Part 1 (Emily Van Evera, Consort of Musicke feat. conductor: Anthony Parrott)
Dido and Aeneas, "Dido's Lament", Part 2 (Emily Van Evera, Consort of Musicke feat. conductor: Anthony Parrott)
Dido and Aeneas, Opera in three acts (Highlights): 'Behold, upon my bending spear'
Dido and Aeneas, Opera in three acts (Highlights): 'Cupid only throws the dart'
Dido and Aeneas, Opera in three acts (Highlights): Cupid's Dance
Dido and Aeneas, Opera in three acts (Highlights): Dance: Gittars Chacony
Dido and Aeneas, Opera in three acts (Highlights): 'Destruction's our delight'
Dido and Aeneas, Opera in three acts (Highlights): Echo Dance of Furies
Dido and Aeneas, Opera in three acts (Highlights): 'Fear no danger to ensue'
Dido and Aeneas, Opera in three acts (Highlights): 'Great minds against themselves conspire'
Dido and Aeneas, Opera in three acts (Highlights): 'Grief increases by concealing'
Dido and Aeneas, Opera in three acts (Highlights): 'Harm's our delight'
Dido and Aeneas, Opera in three acts (Highlights): 'Hast, haste to town!'
Dido and Aeneas, Opera in three acts (Highlights): 'In not for mine, for empire's sake'
Dido and Aeneas, Opera in three acts (Highlights): 'In our deep-vaulted cell'
Dido and Aeneas, Opera in three acts (Highlights): 'Our next motion'
Dido and Aeneas, Opera in three acts (Highlights): Overture
Dido and Aeneas, Opera in three acts (Highlights): Prelude / 'Come away, fellow sailors'
Dido and Aeneas, Opera in three acts (Highlights): Prelude for the Witches / Wayward sisters
Dido and Aeneas, Opera in three acts (Highlights): 'Pursue thy conquest, Love'
Dido and Aeneas, Opera in three acts (Highlights): 'See the flags'
Dido and Aeneas, Opera in three acts (Highlights): 'Shake the cloud' from off your brow'
Dido and Aeneas, Opera in three acts (Highlights): 'Thanks for these lonesome vales'
Dido and Aeneas, Opera in three acts (Highlights): The Sailor's Dance
Dido and Aeneas, Opera in three acts (Highlights): The Triumphing Dance
Dido and Aeneas, Opera in three acts (Highlights): The Witches' Dance
Dido and Aeneas, Opera in three acts (Highlights): 'Thy hand, Belinda'
Dido and Aeneas, Opera in three acts (Highlights): 'To the hills and the vales'
Dido and Aeneas, Opera in three acts (Highlights): 'When I am laid in earth'
Dido and Aeneas, Opera in three acts (Highlights): 'When monarchs unite'
Dido and Aeneas, Opera in three acts (Highlights): 'Whence could so much virtue spring?'
Dido and Aeneas, Opera in three acts (Highlights): 'With drooping winds'
Dido and Aeneas Ouvertüre
Dido and Aeneas. Selections
Dido and Aeneas / The Fairy Queen / Te Deum & Jubilate (excerpts)
Dido and Aeneas, The Gordian Knot Unty'd: Overture
Dido and Aeneas:Thy hand, Belinda…When I am laid in earth (Dido's Lament)
Dido and Aeneas, When I Am Laid in the Earth (Jessye Norman)
Dido and Aeneas. When I am laid on earth
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act I, 1. Aria “Shake the cloud from off your brow” (Belinda) – “Banish sorrow, banish care” (Chorus)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act I, 10. Aria “Pursue thy conquest, love” (Belinda)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act I, 11. “To the hills and the vales” (Chorus)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act I, 12. The Triumphing Dance
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act I, 2. “Ah! Belinda, I am prest with torment” (Dido)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act I, 3. Recitative “Grief increases by concealing” (Belinda, Dido, Second Woman)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act I, 4. “When monarchs unite” (Chorus)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act I, 5. Recitative “Whence could so much virtue spring?” (Dido, Belinda, Second Woman)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act I, 6. “Fear no danger to ensue” (Belinda, Second Woman, Chorus)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act I, 7. Recitative “See, your royal guest appears” (Belinda, Aeneas, Dido)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act I, 8. “Cupid only throws the dart” (Chorus)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act I, 9. Recitative “If not for mine, for empire’s sake” (Aeneas)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act I. "Ah! Belinda, I am press'd with torment" (Dido)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act I. "Ah! Belinda" - Ritornelle
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act I. Chorus "To the hills and the vales"
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act I. "Cupid only throws the dart" (Cupid)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act I. "Grief increases by concealing" / Chorus "When monarchs unite"
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act I. Guitar Dance
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act I. "See, your royal guest appears" / Chorus "Cupid only throws the dart" / "If not for mine..." / "Pursue thy conquest, love"
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act I. "Shake the cloud from off your brow" / Chorus "Banish sorrow"
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act I, VII. "Fear no danger" / Dance
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act I. "When monarchs unite, how happy their state" (Chorus)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act II. Echo Dance of the Furies
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act II. "Ha, ha, ha" (Chorus)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act II. "Harm's our delight and mischief all our skill" (Chorus)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act II. "Oft she visits this lov'd mountain" (Second Woman)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act II. Ritornelle - "Thanks to these lonesome dales"
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act II. Ritornello
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act II, Scene I, 13. Prelude for the Witches – “Wayward sisters” (Sorceress, First Witch)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act II, Scene I, 14. “Harm’s our delight” (Witches chorus)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act II, Scene I, 15. Recitative “The Queen of Carthage, whom we hate” (Sorceress)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act II, Scene I, 16. “Ho ho ho!” (Chorus)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act II, Scene I, 17. Recitative “Ruin’d ere the set of sun?” (Two Witches, Sorceress)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act II, Scene I, 18. “Ho ho ho!” (Chorus)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act II, Scene I, 19. “But ere we this perform” (Two Witches)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act II, Scene I, 20. “In our deep vaulted cell” (Chorus)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act II, Scene I, 21. Echo Dance of Furies
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act II, Scene I. Chorus "In our deep vaulted cell"
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act II, Scene I. Prelude - "Wayward sisters" / Chorus "Harm's our delight"
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act II, Scene I. "The Queen of Carthage" / Chorus "Ho ho ho" / "Ruin'd ere the set of sun?" / Chorus "Ho ho ho"
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act II, Scene II, 22. Ritornelle
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act II, Scene II, 23. Aria and Chorus “Thanks to these lonesome vales” (Belinda, Chorus)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act II, Scene II, 24. Aria “Oft she visits this lone mountain” (Second Woman) / Ritornelle
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act II, Scene II, 25. Recitative “Behold, upon my bending spear” (Aeneas, Dido)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act II, Scene II, 26. Aria and Chorus “Haste, haste to town” (Belinda, Chorus)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act II, Scene II, 27. Recitative “Stay, Prince, and hear great Jove’s command” (Spirit, Aeneas)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act II, Scene II. "Behold, upon my bending spear" / Chorus "Haste, haste to town"
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act II, Scene II. Gittar Ground a Dance
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act II, Scene II. The Groves Dance
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act II. "Wayward sisters, you that fright" (Sorceress, First Witch)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act III, 28. Prelude “Come away, fellow sailors, your anchors be weighing” (First Sailor, Chorus)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act III, 29. The Sailors’ Dance
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act III, 30. Recitative “See, the flags and streamers curling” (Sorceress, Witches)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act III, 31. “Destruction’s our delight” (Chorus)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act III, 32. The Witches’ Dance
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act III, 33. Recitative “Your counsel all is urg’d in vain” (Dido, Belinda, Aeneas)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act III, 34. Recitative “But death, alas! I cannot shun” (Dido)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act III, 35. “Great minds against themselves conspire” (Chorus)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act III, 36. Recitative “Thy hand, Belinda; darkness shades me” (Dido)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act III, 37. Ground, Aria and Ritornello “When I am laid in earth” (Dido)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act III, 38. “With drooping wings” (Chorus)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act III. Aria “Our next motion” (Sorceress)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act III. Cupids’ Dance
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act III. Prelude for the sailors
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act III, Scene I. Prelude / Chorus "Come away, fellow sailors" - The Sailor's Dance
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act III, Scene I. "See the flags and streamers curling" / "Our next motion" / Chorus "Destruction's our delight" - The Witches' Dance
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act III, Scene II. Chorus "Great minds against themselves conspire"
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act III, Scene II. Chorus "With drooping wings" - Cupid's Dance
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act III, Scene II. "When I am laid in earth" (Dido)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act III, Scene II. "Your counsel all is urg'd in vain"
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act III. "The Witches' Dance" (Jack of the Lanthorn Dance)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act III "Thy Hand Belinda" / Dido's Lament "When I am Laid in Earth"
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act III. "With drooping wings ye Cupids come" (Chorus)
Dido and Aeneas. Z. 626 (fragmenty)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Overture
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Prologue
Dido and Aeneas, Z626: Act I: Overture
Dido and Aneas: Act III: Recitative-Aria
Dido's Lament - Part 1/2
Dido's Lament - Part 2/2
Dido's Lament: 'When I Am Laid in Earth' (From Dido and Aeneas)
Dido und Aeneas - Dance - Ritornelle
Dido und Aeneas: III. Akt: When I am laid in earth (Vi. B, S.189) (Tatjana Troyanos, Kammerorchester des NDR, Charles Mackerras)
Didon & Énée - But ere we this perform
Didon & Enée : Ouverture
Didon & Enée : Prélude pour les sorcières - In our deep vaulted cell
Didon & Enée : Thy hand, Belinda - When I am laid in earth with drooping wings
Didon et Enée : La mort de Didon
Dioclesian, Act I, First Act Tune: Hornpipe
Dioclesian, Act II, A Symphony of flutes in the air - Since the toils and the hazards of war ... Let the priests with processions ... All sing Diocles' glory
Dioclesian, Act II, Charon, the peaceful Shade invites - Symphony - Let all mankind the pleasure share
Dioclesian, Act II, Dance of Furies
Dioclesian, Act II, Great Diocles the Boar has kill'd
Dioclesian, Act II, Let the soldiers rejoice
Dioclesian, Act II, Ritornello - To Mars let 'em raise - Ritornello
Dioclesian, Act II, Second Act Tune
Dioclesian, Act III, Chaconne (Two in one upon a Ground)
Dioclesian, Act III, The Chair Dance
Dioclesian, Act III, Third Act Tune
Dioclesian, Act III, What shall I do to show how much I love her?
Dioclesian, Act III, When I first saw the bright Aurelia's eyes
Dioclesian, Act IV, Butterfly Dance
Dioclesian, Act IV, Fourth Act Tune
Dioclesian, Act IV, Sound, Fame, thy brazen trumpet sound!
Dioclesian, Act IV, Trumpet Tune
Dioclesian, Act V, Ah! the sweet delights of love!
Dioclesian, Act V, All our days and our nights shall be spent in delights
Dioclesian, Act V, Canaries - Tell me why my charming fair
Dioclesian, Act V, Come, come away, no delay
Dioclesian, Act V, Country Dance
Dioclesian, Act V, Dance - Triumph, triumph victorious Love
Dioclesian, Act V, Let monarchs fight for power and for fame
Dioclesian, Act V, Make room, make room - Dance of Bachanals
Dioclesian, Act V, Prelude - Behold, O mightiest of Gods
Dioclesian, Act V, Prelude - Call the Nymphs and the Fawns from the woods
Dioclesian, Act V, Since from my dear Astrea's sight I was so rudely torn
Dioclesian, Act V, Still I'm wishing, still desiring
Dioclesian. O, the sweet delights of love
Dioclesian, or the Prophetess
Dioclesian. Selections
Dioclesian, Z.627, Act 1: First Act Tune
Dioclesian, Z.627, Act 2: "Charon the peaceful Shade invites"
Dioclesian, Z.627, Act 2: Dances of Furies
Dioclesian, Z.627, Act 2: "Let all mankind the pleasure share": "Sound all your instruments"
Dioclesian, Z.627, Act 2: Prelude: "Great Diocles the Boar has kill'd" - "Sing Iô's! praise the thund'ring Jove"
Dioclesian, Z.627, Act 2: Prelude: "Let the soldiers rejoice" - "Rejoice, rejoice, with a general voice"
Dioclesian, Z.627, Act 2: Ritornello
Dioclesian, Z.627, Act 2: Second Act Tune
Dioclesian, Z.627, Act 2: Symphony: "Since the toils and the hazards" - "All sing great Diocles' story"
Dioclesian, Z.627, Act 2: "To Mars let 'em raise": "Rejoice, rejoice, with a general voice"
Dioclesian, Z.627, Act 3: Chaconne
Dioclesian, Z.627, Act 3: Prelude: "What shall I do"
Dioclesian, Z.627, Act 3: The Chair Dance
Dioclesian, Z.627, Act 3: Third Act Tune
Dioclesian, Z.627, Act 3: "When first I saw"
Dioclesian, Z.627, Act 4: Butterfly Dance
Dioclesian, Z.627, Act 4: Fourth Act Tune
Dioclesian, Z.627, Act 4: "Sound, Fame, thy brazen trumpet sound!": "Let all rehearse"
Dioclesian, Z.627, Act 4: Trumpet Tune
Dioclesian, Z.627, Act 5: Country Dance
Dioclesian, Z.627: First Music
Dioclesian, Z.627: Overture
Dioclesian, Z.627: Second Music
Dioclesian, z. 627: Since from my dear astrea’s sight
Dioclesian, Z.627, The Masque: "All our days and our nights": "Begone, begone, importunate reason"
Dioclesian, Z.627, The Masque: Canaries
Dioclesian, Z.627, The Masque: "Come, come away"
Dioclesian, Z.627, The Masque: Dance of Bacchanals
Dioclesian, Z.627, The Masque: "I'm here, I'm here, with my jolly crew": "We'll rejoice as well as you" - "The mighty Jove"
Dioclesian, Z.627, The Masque: "Let monarchs fight": "Hear, mighty Love!"
Dioclesian, Z.627, The Masque: "Let the Graces and Pleasures repair"
Dioclesian, Z.627, The Masque: "Let us dance, let us sing"
Dioclesian, Z.627, The Masque: "Make room, make room"
Dioclesian, Z.627, The Masque: "Oh the sweet delights of love!"
Dioclesian, Z.627, The Masque: Paspe
Dioclesian, Z.627, The Masque: Prelude: "Behold, O mightiest of Gods"
Dioclesian, Z.627, The Masque: Prelude: "Call the Nymphs"
Dioclesian, Z.627, The Masque: "Since from my dear Astraea's sight"
Dioclesian, Z.627, The Masque: "Still I'm wishing, still desiring"
Dioclesian, Z.627, The Masque: "Tell me why"
Dioclesian, Z.627, The Masque: "Triumph, triumph victorious Love": "Then all rehearse"
Dioclesian, Z. 627: "What shall I do to show all much I love her?"
Distress'd Innocence, Z. 577: I. Overture
Distress'd Innocence, Z. 577: II. Aire
Distress'd Innocence, Z. 577: III. Slow Aire
Distress'd Innocence, Z. 577: IV. Aire
Distress'd Innocence, Z. 577: V. Hornpipe
Distress'd Innocence, Z. 577: VI. Rondeau
Distress'd Innocence, Z. 577: VII. Aire
Distress'D Innocence, Z. 577: VIII. Minuet
Distressed Innocence: Air
Distressed innocence Menuett
Distressed Innocence, Z. 577
Don Quixote From rosy bow'rs
Don Quixote genius of England
Don Quixote. Lads and lasses, blith and gay
Don Quixote Let the dreadful engines
double dealer Air Nr. 3
Double Dealer: Air, The
double dealer Clavecin Z 592 No 7 Menuet
double dealer Hornpipe Nr. 2
double dealer Menuett Nr. 3
Double dealer. Selections
Double Verse in G, A
Down with Bacchus Z 247
Draw near, you lovers, Z. 462
Drink on, till night be spent Z 248
Duet (Aerial Spirits): Ah! how happy are we
Duet (Another two Aerial Spirits) & Chorus: We the spirits of the air
Duet (Boy & Quivera): If there by they
Duet (Two married people): I am glad I have met him
Duet (Two married people): My Honey
Duet (Two of Cupid's followerw): Make haste to put on love's chains
Duke of Gloucester's Birthday Ode: Overture, The
Dulcibella, whene'er I sue for a kiss Z 485
Early, O Lord, my fainting soul, Z. 132
earth trembled, Z. 197, The
Embrace, The
Enchanted Island: Dance of Tritons and Nereides, The
Enchanted Island: Soft Musick on the Rocks, The
English lawyer Z 594
Evening Hymn: The Night Is Come, An
Evening Hymn Upon a Ground, An
Evening Hymn, Z. 193 "Now that the sun hath veiled his light", An
Evening services
Extraits/Excerpts: Grands Compositeurs Baroques/Great Baroque Masters
Faerie Queen, Z. 629: Epithalamium. "Thrice happy lovers", The
Fairest Isle from King Arthur
Fairy Queen: Act I: "Come, come, come, let us leave the Town" (Two Fairies), The
Fairy Queen, Act I: Duet: "Come, let us leave the town", The
Fairy Queen: Act I. "Fill up the bowl then", The
Fairy Queen, Act I, First act tune: Jig, The
Fairy Queen, Act I, Overture, The
Fairy Queen, Act I: Scene of the Drunken Poet: "Fill up the bowl", The
Fairy Queen, Act II: Chorus: "May the God of Wit inspire" / Echo, The
Fairy Queen, Act II: Chorus: "Now join your warbling voices all" / "Sing while we trip it" / Dance of Fairies, The
Fairy Queen: Act II: "Come all ye songsters" (A Fairy), The
fairy Queen: Act II: Come all ye songsters of the sky, The
Fairy Queen, Act II: Dance for the followers of Night, The
Fairy Queen, Act II: Entrance of Mystery: "I am come to lock all fast", The
Fairy Queen, Act II: Entrance of Night: "See, even Night herself is here", The
Fairy Queen, Act II: Entrance of Secrecy: "One charming night gives more delight", The
Fairy Queen, Act II: Entrance of Sleep: "Hush, no more", The
Fairy Queen: Act II: Fairy Dance, The
Fairy Queen: Act II. "Hush, no more, be silent all", The
Fairy Queen: Act II: "Hush, no more" (Sleep), The
Fairy Queen: Act II: "I am come to lock all" (Mistery), The
Fairy Queen, Act II, May the God of wit inspire the sacred nine, The
Fairy Queen: Act II: "May the God of wit inspire" (Three Fairies), The
Fairy Queen: Act II: "Now join your warbling voices" (A Fairy), The
Fairy Queen: Act II: "One charming night" (Secret), The
fairy Queen: Act II: Prelude, The
Fairy Queen, Act II, Second act tune: Air, The
Fairy Queen: Act II. "See, even Night her self is here", The
Fairy Queen, Act II, See, even Night herself is here ... I am come to lock all fast ... One charming night ... Hush, no more, The
Fairy Queen, Act II, Sing while we trip it. Dance of the fairies, The
Fairy Queen: Act II. "Sing while we trip it on the Green", The
Fairy Queen: Act II: "While Echo shall remote" (Three Fairies), The
Fairy Queen, Act III, A thousand, thousand ways we'll find to entertain the hours, The
Fairy Queen: Act III: "A thousand ways" (Corydon / Mopsa), The
Fairy Queen, Act III. Air "If love's a Sweet Passion", The
Fairy Queen, Act III, Dance for the Fairies, The
Fairy Queen: Act III. Dance for the Followers of Night, The
Fairy Queen, Act III, Dance for the Green Men, The
Fairy Queen, Act III, Dialogue between Coridon and Mopsa. Dance for the haymakers, The
Fairy Queen: Act III: Dialogue (Corydon / Mopsa), The
Fairy Queen: Act III: "If love's a sweet passion" (A Nymph), The
Fairy Queen, Act III, If Love's a sweet passion, why does it torment?, The
Fairy Queen: Act III. "Now the Maids and the men are making of hay", The
Fairy Queen, Act III, Symphony while the swans come forward, The
Fairy Queen, Act III, Third Act Tune: Hornpipe, The
Fairy Queen: Act III: "When I have often heard" (A Nymph), The
Fairy Queen: Act III. "When I have often heard you Maids complaining", The
Fairy Queen, Act III: "When I have often heard young maids complaining", The
Fairy Queen: Act III: "Ye gentle spirits of the air" (A Nymph), The
Fairy Queen, Act III, Ye gentle spirits of the air, appear!, The
Fairy Queen, Act IV: Autumn: "See, see my many colour'd fields", The
Fairy Queen, Act IV, Entry of Phoebus. When a cruel long Winter has frozen the earth, The
Fairy Queen, Act IV: Fourth Act Tune: Air, The
Fairy Queen: Act IV: "Hail! Great parent of us all" (Fairies), The
Fairy Queen, Act IV, Hail! Great parent of us all ... Thus the ever grateful Spring ... Here's the Summer, sprightly gay ... See, see my many coloured fields ... Next, Winter comes slowly ... Hail! great parent of us all, The
Fairy Queen: Act IV: "Here's the summer" (Summer), The
Fairy Queen, Act IV, Let the fifes and the clarions and shrill trumpets sound, The
Fairy Queen: Act IV: "Let the files... sound" (Attendants), The
Fairy Queen: Act IV. "Next Winter comes Slowly, Pale, Meager, and Old", The
Fairy Queen: Act IV. "Now the night is chas'd away", The
Fairy Queen: Act IV: "Now the night is chased away" (Attendants), The
Fairy Queen, Act IV: "Now the Night is chased away" / "Let the Fifes and the Clarions", The
Fairy Queen: Act IV: "Now Winter comes slowly" (Winter), The
Fairy Queen: Act IV: "See my many coloured fields" (Autumn), The
Fairy Queen, Act IV: Spring: "Thus the ever grateful Spring", The
Fairy Queen, Act IV: Summer: "Here's the Summer, sprightly, gay", The
Fairy Queen, Act IV, Symphony, The
Fairy Queen: Act IV: "Thus, the ever grateful Spring" (Spring), The
Fairy Queen, Act IV: "When a cruel long winter" / Chorus: "Hail! great parent of us all", The
Fairy Queen: Act IV: "When a cruel long Winter" (Phoebus), The
Fairy Queen, Act IV: Winter: "Next Winter comes slowly", The
Fairy Queen: Act V. Chaconne. The Grand Dance, The
Fairy Queen, Act V: Chinese Man: "Thus the gloomy world", The
Fairy Queen, Act V: Chinese Man: "Yes, Daphne", The
Fairy Queen, Act V: Chinese Woman: "Thus happy and free", The
Fairy Queen, Act V, Entry dance. Symphony. Thus the gloomy world at first began to shine ... Thus happy and free ... Yes, Daphne, in your face I find, The
Fairy Queen: Act V: "Hark how all things" (A Chinese Woman), The
Fairy Queen: Act V. "Hark! how all things in one Sound rejoice", The
Fairy Queen, Act V, Hark! How all things with one sound rejoice ... Hark! the echoing air, The
Fairy Queen: Act V: "Hark how the echoing air" (A Chinese Woman), The
Fairy Queen: Act V. "Hark! how the Echoing Air a Triumph sings", The
Fairy Queen, Act V: Hymen: "My torch indeed will from such brightness shine", The
Fairy Queen, Act V: Juno: "Thrice happy lovers", The
Fairy Queen, Act V, Monkey's Dance, The
Fairy Queen, Act V: Monkeys' Dance, The
Fairy Queen: Act V: "My torch indeed" (Hymen), The
Fairy Queen, Act V: Prelude / Hymen: "See, I obey", The
Fairy Queen, Act V, Prelude. Thrice happy lovers, may you be for ever free, The
Fairy Queen: Act V: "See, I obey" (Hymen), The
Fairy Queen: Act V. "See, see, I obey", The
Fairy Queen: Act V: "Sure the dull God of Marriage" (A Chinese Woman), The
Fairy Queen, Act V, Sure the dull God of Marriage does not hear. Prelude. See, I obey ... Turn then thine eyes upon those glories here ... My torch indeed will from such brightness shine, The
Fairy Queen, Act V, The Plaint: O let me ever, ever weep, The
Fairy Queen, Act V: "They shall be as happy as they are fair", The
Fairy Queen: Act V: "They shall be as happy as they're fair" (Chorus), The
Fairy Queen: Act V: "Thrice happy lovers" (Juno), The
Fairy Queen: Act V: "Thus happy and free" (The Chinese Woman), The
Fairy Queen: Act V: "Thus, the gloomy world" (The Chinese Man), The
Fairy Queen: Act V: Trio, The
Fairy Queen: Act V. "Turn then the Eyes upon those Glories there", The
Fairy Queen: Act V: "Turn then thine eyes" (Chinese Woman), The
Fairy Queen: Act V. "Yes, Xansi, in your Looks I find", The
Fairy Queen: Act V: "Yes, Xansi" (The Chinese Man), The
Fairy Queen, Air - Rondeau, The
Fairy Queen: Appendix. Entry Dance, The
Fairy Queen: Appendix. First Musick Hornpipe, The
Fairy Queen: Appendix. First Musick Prelude, The
Fairy Queen: Appendix. Fourth Act Tune. Air, The
Fairy Queen: Appendix. Second Act Tune. Air, The
Fairy Queen: Appendix. Second Musick Air, The
Fairy Queen: Appendix. Second Musick Rondeau, The
Fairy Queen: Appendix. Third Act Tune. Hornpipe, The
fairy queen Dance for the Chinese man and woman
Fairy Queen / Dido and Aeneas, The
Fairy Queen: First Musick, Prelude, Hornpipe, The
fairy queen Hark, how all things in one sound agree
fairy queen Hark! the ech'ing air, The
Fairy Queen (New English Voices, Accademia Bizantina feat. conductor: Ottavio Dantone), The
Fairy Queen: No. 7 Scene of the Drunken Poet / No. 8 First Act Tune: Jig, The
Fairy Queen: Prelude (Act 2), The
Fairy Queen, Second Musick: Rondo, The
Fairy queen. Selections
fairy queen Sonata while the sun rises
Fairy Queen: Song of the Night "See, even Night herself is here", The
Fairy Queen: Symphony (Act 4), The
Fairy Queen: Symphony (Act 5), The
fairy queen: The plain: o let me ever, ever weep, The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Act II: Air, The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Atto I. Duetto "Come, come, come let us leave the town", The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Atto I. First Act Tune: Jig, The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Atto I. Overture, The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Atto I. Scene of the drunken poet, The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Atto II. Coro "Now join your warbling voices all", The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Atto II. Dance of the Followers of Night, The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Atto II. Echo, The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Atto II. Interludio, The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Atto II. Second Act Tune: Aire, The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Atto II. Solo "Come, all ye songsters", The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Atto II. Solo, coro " Hush, no more, be silent all", The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Atto II. Solo, Coro "Sing while we trip it" - Faires dance, The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Atto II. Solo "I am come to lock all fast", The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Atto II. Solo "One charming night", The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Atto II. Solo "See, even Night herself is here", The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Atto II. Terzetto "May the God of wit inspire", The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Atto III. Dance for the Faires, The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Atto III. Dance of the Green Men, The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Atto III. Dance of the Haymakers, The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Atto III. Dialog between Coridon and Mopsa, The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Atto III. Solo, coro "A thousand, thousand ways, The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Atto III. Solo, coro "If love's a sweet passion", The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Atto III. Solo "When I have often heard", The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Atto III. Solo "Ye gentle spirits of the air", The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Atto III. Symphony while the swans come forward (Overture), The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Atto III. Third Act Tune: Hornpipe, The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Atto IV. Coro "Hail! Great parent of us all", The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Atto IV. Duetto "Let the fifes and the clarions, The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Atto IV. Entry of Phoebus, The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Atto IV. Fourth Act Tune: Aire, The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Atto IV. Solo, coro "Now the Night is chas'd away", The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Atto IV. Solo, coro "When a cruel, long winter", The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Atto IV. Solo "Here's te Summer, sprightly, gay", The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Atto IV. Solo "Now Winter come slowly", The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Atto IV. Solo "Se my many colour'd fields", The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Atto IV. Solo "Thus the ever grateful Spring", The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Atto IV. Symphony (Senza indicazione - Canzona - Largo - Allegro - Adagio - Allegro), The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Atto V. Chaconne (Dance for a Chinese Man and Woman), The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Atto V. Duetto, coro "Sure the dull God of Marriage", The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Atto V. Duetto "Turn then thine eyes", The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Atto V. Entry dance, The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Atto V. "Epithalamium (Thrice happy lovers)", The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Atto V. Monkeys' dance, The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Atto V. Prelude, The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Atto V. Solo, coro "Hark, the echoing air", The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Atto V. Solo, coro "Thus happy and free", The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Atto V. Solo "Hark, how all things", The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Atto V. Solo "My torch indeed", The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Atto V. Solo "See, I obey", The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Atto V. Solo "Thus the gloomy world", The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Atto V. Solo "Yes, Daphne, in your looks I find", The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Atto V. Symphony, The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Atto V. Terzetto, coro "They shall be as happy", The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Atto V. "The plaint (O let me ever, ever weep)", The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: First Music: Hornpipe, The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: First Music: Prelude, The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: First Musick: Hornpipe, The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: First Musick: Prelude, The
Fairy queen. Z 629 (fragmenty)
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Mystery's Song, The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part I "Oberon's birthday": "Hail! great parent of us all", The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part I "Oberon's birthday": "Here's the Summer, springly, gay", The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part I "Oberon's birthday": "Let the fifes and the clarions...Dance", The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part I "Oberon's birthday": "Next, Winter comes slowly", The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part I "Oberon's birthday": "Now the night is chas'd away", The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part I "Oberon's birthday": "See, my many-coloured fields", The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part I "Oberon's birthday": Symphony, The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part I "Oberon's birthday": "Thus the ever grateful Spring", The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part I "Oberon's birthday": "When a cruel long Winter", The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part II "Night and silence": "Dance for the followers of night", The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part II "Night and silence": "Echo... Now join your warbling voices all", The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part II "Night and silence": "Fill up the bowl, then", The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part II "Night and silence": "Hush, no more", The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part II "Night and silence": "I am come to lock all fast", The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part II "Night and silence": "One charming night", The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part II "Night and silence": Prelude - "Come, all ye songsters of the sky", The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part II "Night and silence": "See, even Night herself is here", The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part II "Night and silence": "The Songsters... May the god of wit inspire", The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part III "The sweet passion": "A dance of haymakers", The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part III "The sweet passion": "A thousand, thousand ways", The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part III "The sweet passion": "Hornpipe and rondeau", The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part III "The sweet passion": "If love's a sweet passion", The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part III "The sweet passion": "Now the maids and the men are making of hay", The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part III "The sweet passion": Overture, The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part III "The sweet passion": "The Plaint: O let me weep, for ever weep!", The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part IV "Epithalamium": "Chaconne", The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part IV "Epithalamium": "Hark! hark! the echoing air", The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part IV "Epithalamium": "My torch indeed... They shall be as happy", The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part IV "Epithalamium": "See, I obey", The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part IV "Epithalamium": "Sure the dull God of Marriage", The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part IV "Epithalamium": Symphony, The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part IV "Epithalamium": "Thrice Happy Lovers", The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part IV "Epithalamium": "Turn then thine eyes", The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Second Music: Aire, The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Second Music: Rondeau, The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Second Musick: Air, The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Second Musick: Overture, The
Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Second Musick: Rondeau, The
Fantaisies pour violes
fantaisies Violes de gambe (3 à 7) Z 732 à 747
Fantaisies Violes de gambe (4) Z 736 Si bémol majeur
Fantaisies Violes de gambe (5) Z 745 Fa majeur
Fantasia, 3 parts on a Ground for three recorders, Z. 731
Fantasia (chaconne)
Fantasia for strings No. 1, Z. 732
Fantasia for strings No. 10, Z. 741
Fantasia for strings No. 11, Z. 742
Fantasia for strings No. 12, Z. 743
Fantasia for strings No. 13, Z. 744
Fantasia for strings No. 2, Z. 733
Fantasia for strings No. 3, Z. 734
Fantasia for strings No. 4, Z. 735
Fantasia for strings No. 5, Z. 736
Fantasia for strings No. 6, Z. 737
Fantasia for strings No. 7, Z. 738
Fantasia for strings No. 8, Z. 739
Fantasia for strings No. 9, Z. 740
Fantasia for strings upon one note, Z. 745
Fantasia No.13 in F major
Fantasia No. 13 in F "Upon One Note"
Fantasia No.4 in G minor
Fantasia No.7 a 4
Fantasia No.7 in C minor
Fantasia No.8 in D minor
Fantasia on a Ground and Two Pavans: Fantasia on a Ground
Fantasia on a Ground and Two Pavans: Pavan in A major
Fantasia on a Ground and Two Pavans: Pavan in B-flat major
Fantasia upon a ground in D minor for 3 violins and continuo, Z. 731
Fantasias. Extraits
Fantasias, Z. 731
Fantasias, Z. 732-743
Fantasias, Z. 732, D minor
Fantasias, Z. 733, F major
Fantasias, Z. 735, G minor
Fantasias, Z. 736, B♭ major
Fantasias, Z. 737, F major
Fantasias, Z. 739, D minor
Fantasias, Z. 741, E minor
Fantasien Z 732
Fantasien, Z 733
Fantasien, Z 734
Fantasien, Z 737
Fantasien Z 738
Fantasien Z 739
Fantasien, Z 740
Fantasien Z 741
Fantasien Z 742
Fantasien, Z 743
Fantasy upon one note
Fantazias (London Baroque)
Fantazje. Viola (3). Z 732-734
Farewell, all joys, Z. 368
fatal hour comes on apace, Z. 421, The
Fatal marriage. I sigh'd and owned my love
fatal marriage Z 595
Father Brave, The
Fear No Danger to Ensue
female virtuosos Z 596
Fie, nay prithee, John Z D100
First Act Tune: Jig
First Music - First Aire
First Music - Second Aire
Five Songs: Hark the ech'ing air
Five Songs: How blest are Shepherds
Five Songs: I attempt from Love's sickness to fly
Five Songs: I take no pleasure
Five Songs: Take not a woman's anger ill
Fly, bold rebellion
Fly swift, ye hours, Z. 369
Fool's Preferment, or The Three Dukes of Dunstable, Z. 571: "I'll sail upon the Dog-star", A
Four Keyboard Pieces: A New Ground
Four Keyboard Pieces: Air
Four Keyboard Pieces: Riggadoon
Four Keyboard Pieces: [Trumpet Tune]
From hardy climes and dangerous toils of war, Z. 325
From Rosie Bow'rs
From silent shades and the Elysian groves
From silent shades 'Bess of Bedlam', Z. 370
From those serene and rapturous joys
Frost Dance in C
Full bags, a brisk bottle Z 249
Full of wrath his threatening breath Z 185
Full of wrath, his threatening breath, Z185
Funeral Music for Queen Mary - March
Funeral Music for Queen Mary - Thou Knowest, Lord
Funeral Music on the Death of Queen Mary: I. March, Z. 860
Funeral Music on the Death of Queen Mary: II. Anthem, Z. 27 "Man that is born of a woman"
Funeral Music on the Death of Queen Mary: III. Canzona, Z. 860
Funeral Music on the Death of Queen Mary: IV. In the midst of life, Z. 17
Funeral Music on the Death of Queen Mary: V. Canzona, Z. 860
Funeral Music on the Death of Queen Mary: VI. Anthem, Z. 58b "Thou knowest, Lord"
Funeral Music on the Death of Queen Mary: VI. Anthem, Z. 58c "Thou knowest, Lord"
Funeral Music on the Death of Queen Mary: VII. March, Z. 860
Funeral sentences, 2nd version. Thou knowest, Lord, the secrets of our hearts
Funeral Sentences for the Death of Queen Mary II: Man That Is Born of Woman Z27 (Taverner Consort Choir & Players, Taverner Consort Choir and Taverner Players feat. conductor Andrew Parrott)
Funeral Sentences for the Funeral of Queen Mary, Z.27 No. 2: In the midst of life
Funeral Sentences for the Funeral of Queen Mary, Z.27 No. 3: Thou knowest, Lord, the secrets of our Hearts
gave her cakes and I gave her ale, Z. 256, I
(Gavotte) Almond in D-sol-re#, ZD. 219 No. 1
Gavottes Clavecin Z D220 Sol majeur
Gentle shepherds, you that know Z 464
Gigues Clavecin Z T686 Sol mineur
Gigues Clavecin Z T693 3 Sol mineur
Give Sentence With Me, o God, Z. 12
Glory of Henry Purcell, The
Go tell Amynta, gentle swain, Z. 489
God is gone up with a merry noise (Canon a 7) Z107
God of Dreams descends, The
God of Dreams rises, The
God save our sov'reign Charles Z 250
Gordian Knot Untied: Overture, Air, Rondeau Minuet, Air, Jig, Air, Minuet, The
Gordian Knot Untied Suite no. 1, The
Gordian Knot Untied Suite no. 2, The
Gordian knot unty'd. Airs, D major
Gordian Knot Unty'd, Z. 597: I. Overture, The
Gordian Knot Unty'd, Z. 597: II. Air, The
Gordian Knot Unty'd, Z. 597: III. Rondeau: Minuet, The
Gordian Knot Unty'd, Z. 597: IV. Air, The
Gordian Knot Unty'd, Z. 597: V. Jig, The
Gordian Knot Unty'd, Z. 597: VI. Chaconne, The
Gordian Knot Unty'd, Z. 597: VII. Air, The
Gordian Knot Unty'd, Z. 597: VIII. Minuet, The
Gordion Knot Unty'd, Z. 597, The
grasshopper and a fly Z 481
Great Apollo and Bacchus Z 251
Great God, and just Soprano, bc Z 186
Great God and just, Z186
Great minds
Great parent, hail
Grief Increase by Concealing
Ground in C major, Z. 681
Ground in C minor, ZD. 221
Ground in C minor, ZT. 681
Ground in D minor from Celebrate This Festival
Ground in D minor, ZD. 222
Ground in Gamut, Z. 645, A
Ground, Z T 681
Grounds Z 682
Hail brigh Cecilia
Hail, bright Cecilia 't is nature's voice
“Hail! Bright Cecilia”, Z. 328: I. Symphony
“Hail! Bright Cecilia”, Z. 328: II. “Hail! Bright Cecilia”
“Hail! Bright Cecilia”, Z. 328: III. “Hark! Hark! Each tree its silence breaks”
“Hail! Bright Cecilia”, Z. 328: IV. “’Tis nature’s voice”
“Hail! Bright Cecilia”, Z. 328: IX. “The airy violin”
“Hail! Bright Cecilia”, Z. 328: V. “Soul of the world”
“Hail! Bright Cecilia”, Z. 328: VI. “Thou tun’st this world”
“Hail! Bright Cecilia”, Z. 328: VII. “With that sublime celestial lay”
“Hail! Bright Cecilia”, Z. 328: VIII. “Wondrous machine!”
“Hail! Bright Cecilia”, Z. 328: X. “In vain the am’rous flute”
“Hail! Bright Cecilia”, Z. 328: XI. “The fife and all the harmony of war”
“Hail! Bright Cecilia”, Z. 328: XII. “Let these amongst themselves contest”
“Hail! Bright Cecilia”, Z. 328: XIII. “Hail! Bright Cecilia, hail to thee”
Hail, bright Cecilia, Z328 Hail, bright Cecilia
Hail, bright Cecilia, Z328 Hark! Hark! Each tree its silence breaks
Hail, bright Cecilia, Z328 In vain the am'rous flute and soft guitar jointly labour to inspire
Hail, bright Cecilia, Z328 Let these among themselves contest which can discharge its single duty best
Hail, bright Cecilia, Z328 Soul of the world! inspir'd by thee the jarring seeds of matter did agree
Hail, bright Cecilia, Z328 Symphony
Hail, bright Cecilia, Z328 The airy violin and lofty viol quit the field
Hail, bright Cecilia, Z328 The fife and all the harmony of war in vain attempt the passions to alarm
Hail, bright Cecilia, Z328 Thou tun'st this world below, the spheres above
Hail, bright Cecilia, Z328 'Tis Nature's voice: thro' all the moving wood of creatures understood
Hail, bright Cecilia, Z328 With that sublime celestial lay dare any eahtly songs compare?
Hail, bright Cecilia, Z328 Wondous machine! to thee the warbling lute, though us'd to conquest
Hail, Gracious Glorianna, Hail!
Hark, Damon, hark Z. 541
Hark how the wild musicians sing, Z. 542
Hark! The Ech'ing Air
Hark! The Echoing Air
Harmonia Sacra, a Morning Hymn
Harpsichord music. Selections
Harpsichord Suite in C major, Z. 665: I. Prelude
Harpsichord Suite in C major, Z. 665: II. Almand
Harpsichord Suite in C major, Z. 665: III. Corant
Harpsichord Suite in C major, Z. 665: IV. Saraband
Harpsichord Suite in C major, Z. 665: V. Jigg
Harpsichord Suite no. 1 in G major, Z. 660: I. Prelude
Harpsichord Suite no. 1 in G major, Z. 660: II. Almand
Harpsichord Suite no. 1 in G major, Z. 660: III. Corant
Harpsichord Suite no. 1 in G major, Z. 660: IV. Minuet
Harpsichord Suite no. 2 in G minor, Z. 661: I. Prelude
Harpsichord Suite no. 2 in G minor, Z. 661: II. Almand
Harpsichord Suite no. 2 in G minor, Z. 661: III. Corant
Harpsichord Suite no. 2 in G minor, Z. 661: IV. Sarabande
Harpsichord Suite no. 3 in G major, Z. 662: I. Prelude
Harpsichord Suite no. 3 in G major, Z. 662: II. Almand
Harpsichord Suite no. 3 in G major, Z. 662: III. Corant
Harpsichord Suite no. 4 in A minor, Z. 663: I. Prelude
Harpsichord Suite no. 4 in A minor, Z. 663: II. Almand
Harpsichord Suite no. 4 in A minor, Z. 663: III. Corante
Harpsichord Suite no. 4 in A minor, Z. 663: IV. Sarabande
Harpsichord Suite no. 5 in C major, Z. 666: I. Prelude
Harpsichord Suite no. 5 in C major, Z. 666: II. Almand
Harpsichord Suite no. 5 in C major, Z. 666: III. Corant
Harpsichord Suite no. 5 in C major, Z. 666: IV. Sarabande
Harpsichord Suite no. 5 in C major, Z. 666: V. Jigg
Harpsichord Suite no. 6 in D major, Z. 667: I. Prelude
Harpsichord Suite no. 6 in D major, Z. 667: II. Almand
Harpsichord Suite no. 6 in D major, Z. 667: III. Hornpipe
Harpsichord Suite no. 7 in D minor, Z. 668: I. Almand
Harpsichord Suite no. 7 in D minor, Z. 668: II. Corant
Harpsichord Suite no. 7 in D minor, Z. 668: III. Hornpipe
Harpsichord Suite no. 8 in F major, Z. 669: I. Prelude
Harpsichord Suite no. 8 in F major, Z. 669: II. Almand
Harpsichord Suite no. 8 in F major, Z. 669: III. Corant
Harpsichord Suite no. 8 in F major, Z. 669: IV. Minuet
He himself courts his own ruin, Z. 372
health to the nut-brown lass, Z. 240, A
Hear me, O Lord, and That Soon, Z. 13
Hear me, o Lord, and that soon Z 13b
Hear me, O Lord, the great support, Z133
Hear my pray'r, o God
Hear my prayer, O God, Z. 14
Hear My Prayer, O Lord (full anthem)
Hear my prayer, O Lord Z 15
Hears not my Phillis 'The Knotting Song', Z. 371
Hears not my Phyllis Z 371
Hence, fond deceiver, Z. 492
Henry Purcel: Edition 300 Jahre
Henry Purcell - The Complete Anthems and Services - 7
Henry the Second, king of England Z 580
Here Let Me Life
Here's a health, pray let it pass Z 252
Here's that will challenge all the fair, Z. 253
Here the Deities Approve
History of King Richard the Second, Z. 581: Retir'd from mortal's sight, The
History of Timon of Athens, The Man-Hater, Z. 632: The cares of lovers, The
Hornpipe in B-flat major, ZT. 570
Hornpipe in D Minor
Hornpipe in E minor
Hornpipe -- Scotch Tune (From Amphitryon)
Hornpipe, ZT. 683
Hornpipe, ZT. 685
Hornpipes Clavecin Z T684 Ré mineur
Hornpipes Clavecin Z T685 Mi mineur
Hornpipes Z 684
Hosanna to the highest
How have I stray'd Z 188
How have I strayed, Z. 188
How I sigh when I think of the charms, Z. 374
How long, great God?, Z. 189
How pleasant is this flow'ry plain
How pleasant is this flowery plain and grove! Z. 543
How sweet is the air and refreshing Z 495
Hush No More, Be Silent, All from The Fairy Queen
Hymn, Z 187: "Hosanna to the highest"
I'll Sail Upon the Dog-Star
If ever I more riches did desire. Here let my life with as much silence slide
If Ever I More Riches Did Desire, Z. 544: Here let my life
If grief has any pow'r to kill Z 378
If Love's a Sweet Passion from The Fairy Queen
If music be the food of love Z 379
If music be the food of love, Z. 379c
If not for mine
If pray'rs and tears, Z. 380
If the Music Be the Food of Love (From Twelfth Night)
In all our Cynthia's shining sphere, Z. 496
In Cloris all soft charms, Z. 384
In guilty night, Z. 134
In guilty night, Z134
In nomine à 6 in G minor, Z. 746
In Nomine for 7 Viols in G Minor
In Nomine in 7 parts, Z. 747
In nomine Violes de gambe (6) Z 746 Sol mineur
In nomine Violes de gambe (7) Z 747 Sol dorien
In Our Deep Vaulted Cell the Charm We'll Prepare
In some kind dream, Z. 497
In the black dismal dungeon of despair, Z. 190
In the midst of life Z 17B
In the midst Z 17 B
In thee, O Lord, do I put my trust, Z. 16
In these delightful pleasant groves
In Vain the Am'rous Flute
Incassum Lesbia rogas Z 383
Incassum, Lesbia, rogas, Z383
Incidental Music for Abdelazer, or, the Moor's Revenge, Z 570: I. Overture
Incidental Music for Abdelazer, or, the Moor’s Revenge, Z 570: II, Rondeau
Incidental Music for Abdelazer, or, the Moor's Revenge, Z 570: III. Air in D
Incidental Music for Abdelazer, or, the Moor's Revenge, Z 570: IV. Air in G
Incidental Music for Abdelazer, or, the Moor's Revenge, Z 570: IX. Air in g
Incidental Music for Abdelazer, or, the Moor's Revenge, Z 570: V. Minuett in G
Incidental Music for Abdelazer, or, the Moor's Revenge, Z 570: VI. Air in g
Incidental Music for Abdelazer, or, the Moor's Revenge, Z 570: VII. Jigg in g
Incidental Music for Abdelazer, or, the Moor's Revenge, Z 570: VIII. Hornpipe
Incidental Music for "The Double Dealer", Z. 592
Incidental music. Selections
Incidental music to "Abdelazer or the moor's revenge", Z 750: Minuet
Incidental Music to “Abdelazer or The Moor’s Revenge”, Z 750: Rondo
Indian emperor Z 598
Indian Queen: Act I: "I Come to Sing Great Zempoalla's Story", The
Indian Queen: Act I: Symphony, The
Indian Queen, Act II, Begone, curst fiends of Hell, The
Indian Queen: Act II. Dance, The
Indian Queen: Act II (excerpt), The
Indian Queen: Act II. "I come to sing great Zempoalla's story", The
Indian Queen, Act II, I fly from the place where flattery reigns, The
Indian Queen, Act II, Scorn'd Envy, here's nothing that thou canst blast, The
Indian Queen: Act II. Second Act Tune, The
Indian Queen, Act II, Symphony, Adagio, The
Indian Queen, Act II, Symphony, Allegro, The
Indian Queen, Act II, Symphony, Canzona, The
Indian Queen: Act II. Trumpet Tune, The
Indian Queen: Act II. "We come to sing great Zempoalla's story", The
Indian Queen: Act II. "What flatt'ring noise is this", The
Indian Queen: Act III. "Ah! Ah! How happy are we!", The
Indian Queen: Act III: Dance - "Ye Twice Ten Hundred Deities", The
Indian Queen: Act III. "I attempt form Love's sickness to fly in vain", The
Indian Queen, Act III, I attempt from love's sickness to fly in vain, The
Indian Queen, Act III, Minuet, The
Indian Queen, Act III, Symphony for hautboys, The
Indian Queen: Act III. Symphony / "Seek not to know what must not be reveal'd", The
Indian Queen: Act III. Third Act Tune: Rondeau, The
Indian Queen, Act III, Trumpet Overture, The
Indian Queen, Act III, We the spirits of the air - reprise, The
Indian Queen: Act III. "Ye twice ten hundred deities" / "By the croaking of the toad", The
Indian Queen: Act IV. Fourth Act Tune: Air, The
Indian Queen: Act IV. "They tell us that you mighty powers above", The
Indian Queen, Act IV, They tell us that your mighty powers, The
Indian Queen, Act V, While thus we bow before your shrine, The
Indian Queen: Act V. "You who at the altar stand" / "All dismal sounds", The
Indian Queen: Air (Act 5), The
Indian Queen - Canary Z 677, The
Indian Queen: First Music: Air-Hornpipe, The
Indian Queen, First Music - First Air, The
Indian Queen, First Music - Second Air, The
Indian Queen: First Music - Second Music, The
Indian queen Orchestre, basse continue Z 630
Indian Queen: Ouverture en Ré majeur pour trompette, cordes et continuo (arr. Lionel Salter), The
Indian Queen, Overture - Allegro, The
Indian Queen, Prelude - I come to sing great Zempoalla's story, The
Indian Queen, Prologue, By ancient prophecies we have been told, The
Indian Queen, Prologue, Trumpet Tune - reprise, The
Indian Queen: Prologue. "Wake Quivera, wake", The
Indian Queen, Prologue, Why should men quarrel here, The
Indian Queen: Second Music: Air-Hornpipe, The
Indian Queen, Second Music - First Hornpipe, The
Indian Queen, Second Music - Second Hornpipe, The
Indian Queen, semi-opera, Z. 630: Overture: Adagio, The
Indian queen Sinfonia 2. Akt
Indian Queen: Song "I attempt from Love's sickness to fly in vain", The
Indian Queen: Symphony (Act 2), The
Indian Queen: Symphony (Act 3), The
Indian Queen (The Academy of Ancient Music, feat. director: Christopher Hogwood, singers: Kirkby, Bott, Ainsley, Thomas), The
Indian queen Their looks are such
Indian Queen: Trumpet Tune (Act 2), The
Indian Queen - Trumpet Tune in C major Z 698, The
Indian Queen, Z. 630: Act II, The
Indian Queen, Z. 630: Act III: 17h. "I Attempt From Love's Sickness to Fly", The
Indian Queen, Z. 630: Act III: 18. 3rd Act Tune (Rondeau), The
Indian Queen, Z. 630: Act IV, The
Indian Queen, Z. 630: Act V, The
Indian Queen, Z. 630: Trumpet Overture, The
Indian Queen, Z 630: Why should men quarrel?, The
Instrumental music
Intro (Funeral March for Queen Mary)
Introduction
It is a good thing to give thanks, anthem for soloists, chorus, strings & organ, Z. 18: For thou Lord, hast made me glad through thy works
It is a good thing to give thanks, anthem for soloists, chorus, strings & organ, Z. 18: O Lord, how glorious are thy works
It is a good thing to give thanks, anthem for soloists, chorus, strings & organ, Z. 18: Symphony; It is a good thing to give thanks
It is a good thing to give thanks, anthem for soloists, chorus, strings & organ, Z. 18: To tell of thy loving kindness early in the morning
It is a good thing to give thanks, Z. 18: I. Symphony
It is a good thing to give thanks, Z. 18: II. To tell of thy loving kindness
It is a good thing to give thanks, Z. 18: III. O Lord how glorious are thy works
It is a good thing to give thanks, Z. 18: IV. For thou, Lord, hast made me glad
Jehova, quam multi sunt hostes mei, Z. 135
Jig Z 223
Jigg, ZD 223
Jigg, ZT. 686
Job's Curse
Jubilate in B-flat
Jubilate in D
Julia, your unjust disdain Z 500
King Arthur: Act I. "Come if you dare" / First Act Tune
King Arthur: Act I. "I call you all to Woden's Hall"
King Arthur: Act I, Scene II. "Come if you dare"
King Arthur: Act I, Scene II. "Woden first to thee", "Brave Souls", "I call ye all"
King Arthur: Act I. "The white horse neigh'd aloud" / "To Woden thanks we render"
King Arthur: Act I. "Woden, first to thee" / "We have sacrific'd"
King Arthur: Act II: "Comme Follow, Follow, Follow Me"
King Arthur: Act II. "Hither this way bend" / "Let not a Moon-born Elf" / "Hither this way" / "Come follow me"
King Arthur: Act II. "How blest are Shepherds" / "Shepherd, leave Decoying"
King Arthur: Act II. "Let not a moon-born elf mislead ye"
King Arthur: Act II. Second Act Tune. Air
King Arthur: Act II. Symphony / "Shepherd, shepherd, leave decoying"
King Arthur: Act III. "Great Love, I know thee now"
King Arthur: Act III, Scene II. Prelude "What ho"
King Arthur: Act III, Scene II. "Tis I, that have warm'd ye" / "Sound a Parley" / "Air"
King Arthur: Act III, Scene II. "What Power art thou" / "Thou Doting Fool forbear" / "See, see"
King Arthur: Act III. "See, see, we assemble"
King Arthur: Act III. "Sound a parley" / "'Tis Love, 'tis Love that has warm'd us"
King Arthur: Act III. "'Tis I, 'this I that have warm'd ye"
King Arthur: Act IV. Air
King Arthur: Act IV, Scene. 2: Alto: "How Happy The Lover"
King Arthur: Act IV, Scene. 2: Syrens: "Two Daughters"
King Arthur: Act V. Dance / "Fairest isle"
King Arthur: Act V: Dialogue: "You Say, 'Tis Love"
King Arthur: Act V. "Round the coast"
King Arthur: Act V, Scene. 2: Song Tune: "Your Hay"
King Arthur: Act V, Scene. 2: Soprano: "You Say", Bass: "This Not My Passion", Bass: "But One Soft Moment"
King Arthur: Act V, Scene. 2: Symphony; Song Tune, Nereid & Pan: "Round Thy Coasts", Alto, Tenor & Bass: "For Folded Flocks"
King Arthur: Act V, Scene. 2: Trumpet Tune, Honour: "St. George"
King Arthur: Act V: Symphony - "Our Natives"
King Arthur: Act V: Trumpet Tune - "Ye Blust'Ring Brethren"
King Arthur: Act V. "Ye blustring brethren"
King Arthur: Act V. "Your hay, it is mov'd"
King Arthur : Air du froid
King Arthur: Die Frost-Szene
King Arthur. Fifth act tune
King Arthur ... First music, Chaconne Nr. 1
King Arthur (highlights)
King Arthur (Nestlé)
King Arthur, or The British Worthy, Z.628, Act 1: Brave souls
King Arthur, or The British Worthy, Z.628, Act 1: 'Come if you dare' (tenor)
King Arthur, or The British Worthy, Z.628, Act 1: I call ye all (Tenor)
King Arthur, or The British Worthy, Z.628, Act 1: The Lot is cast (soprano)
King Arthur, or The British Worthy, Z.628, Act 1: "The white horse neigh'd aloud" / "To Woden thanks we render"
King Arthur, or The British Worthy, Z.628, Act 1: "Woden, first to thee" / "We have sacrific'd"
King Arthur, or The British Worthy, Z.628, Act 2: Come follow, follow, follow me (Philidel)
King Arthur, or The British Worthy, Z.628, Act 2: Come, shepherds
King Arthur, or The British Worthy, Z.628, Act 2: Hither, this way bend
King Arthur, or The British Worthy, Z.628, Act 2: Hither this way (Philidel)
King Arthur, or The British Worthy, Z.628, Act 2: How blest are Shepherds (Shepherd)
King Arthur, or The British Worthy, Z.628, Act 2: Let not a Moon-born Elf (Grimbald)
King Arthur, or The British Worthy, Z.628, Act 2: Second Act Tune: Air
King Arthur, or The British Worthy, Z.628, Act 2: Shepherd, shepherd, leave Decoying (Shepherdesses)
King Arthur, or The British Worthy, Z.628, Act 3: Great Love, I know thee now
King Arthur, or The British Worthy, Z.628, Act 3: No part of my Dominium (Cupid)
King Arthur, or The British Worthy, Z.628, Act 3: Prelude
King Arthur, or The British Worthy, Z.628, Act 3: See, see, we assemble
King Arthur, or The British Worthy, Z.628, Act 3: "Sound a parley" / "'Tis Love, 'tis Love, 'tis Love that has warm'd us"
King Arthur, or The British Worthy, Z.628, Act 3: Third Act Tune: Hornpipe
King Arthur, or The British Worthy, Z.628, Act 3: Thou Doting Fool (Cupid)
King Arthur, or The British Worthy, Z.628, Act 3: 'Tis I that have warm'd ye (Cupid)
King Arthur, or The British Worthy, Z.628, Act 3: What ho (Cupid)
King Arthur, or The British Worthy, Z.628, Act 3: What Power art thou (Genius)
King Arthur, or The British Worthy, Z.628, Act 4: Fourth Act Tune: Air
King Arthur, or The British Worthy, Z.628, Act 4: Passacaglia: "How happy the lover" - Ritornello - "For love ev'ry creature" - "No joys are above" - "In vain are our graces" - "Then use the sweet blessing"
King Arthur, or The British Worthy, Z.628, Act 4: Two Daughters (Syrens)
King Arthur, or The British Worthy, Z.628, Act 5: Dialogue: You say, 'Tis Love (Soprano and bass)
King Arthur, or The British Worthy, Z.628, Act 5: Fairest Isle (Venus)
King Arthur, or The British Worthy, Z.628, Act 5: For Folded Flocks (Countertenor, Tenor and Bass)
King Arthur, or The British Worthy, Z.628, Act 5: Round thy coast
King Arthur, or The British Worthy, Z.628, Act 5: "Saint George, the patron of our Isle": "Our natives not alone appear"
King Arthur, or The British Worthy, Z.628, Act 5: Symphony
King Arthur, or The British Worthy, Z.628, Act 5: Trumpet tune
King Arthur, or The British Worthy, Z.628, Act 5: Ye blust'ring brethren
King Arthur, or The British Worthy, Z.628, Act 5: Your Hay it is Mow'd (Comus)
King Arthur, or The British Worthy, Z.628: First Music: Chaconne
King Arthur, or The British Worthy, Z.628: II. Air
King Arthur, or The British Worthy, Z.628: Second Music: I. Overture
King Arthur's Fifth Act
King Arthur: Second Music. Air
King Arthur. Selections
King Arthur. Sound a parly
King Arthur Suite: Adagio - Allegro
King Arthur Suite: Andante
King Arthur / The Indian Queen
King Arthur: Trumpet Tune (Act 5)
King Arthur: What Power are thou (Genius, Cupid) (The King's Musicke, Deller Consort, feat. director: Alfred Deller, baritone: Maurice Bevan, soprano: Rosemary Joshua)
King Arthur ... While the cold genius rises
King Arthur, Z. 628, Act 1: Symphony - "Come if you dare"
King Arthur, Z. 628, Act 3: Dance - "See, see, we assemble"
King Arthur, Z. 628, Act 3: Prelude - "What ho! thou genius of this isle"
King Arthur, Z. 628, Act 3: Ritornello - 'Tis I that have warm'd ye 'Tis Love that has warm'd us"
King Arthur, Z. 628, Act 3: "Sound a parley, ye fair, and surrender"
King Arthur, Z. 628, Act 4: "Two daughters of this aged stream are we"
King Arthur, Z. 628, Act 5: Chaconne
King Arthur, Z. 628, Act 5: Ritornello - "Your hay it is mow'd"
King Arthur, Z. 628, Act 5: St George - "Our natives not alone appear"
King Arthur, Z.628, Act I: Altar Music
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act I. "Brave souls"
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act I. "Come if you dare"
King Arthur, Z.628, Act I: First Act Tune
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act I. "I call you all"
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act I, no. 1. Ouverture
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act I, no. 2. Air
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act I, no. 3. Symphony
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act I, Scene II
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act I. "The lot is cast"
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act I. "To Woden thanks we render"
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act I. "Woden first to thee"
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act II. "Come follow me"
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act II. "Come, shepherds"
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act II. "Hither this way"
King Arthur, Z.628, Act II: Hornpipe
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act II. "How blest are shepherds"
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act II. "Let not a moon-born elf"
King Arthur, Z.628, Act II: Second Act Tune - Aire
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act II. "Shepherd, shepherd, leave decoying"
King Arthur, Z.628, Act III: Borée
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act III. Chorus "See, see"
King Arthur, Z.628, Act III: Dance
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act III. Duet "Sound a parley"
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act III. "Great love"
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act III. "No part of my dominion"
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act III. Prelude
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act III, Scene II (beginning)
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act III. Symphony
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act III. The Frost Scene
King Arthur, Z.628, Act III: Third Act Tune - Hornpipe
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act III. "Thou doting fool"
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act III. "Tis I that have warm'd ye"
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act III. "What ho!"
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act III. "What Power art thou"
King Arthur, Z.628, Act IV: Aire
King Arthur, Z.628, Act IV: "In Vain Are Our Graces"
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act IV. Passacaglia "How happy the lover"
King Arthur, Z.628, Act IV: Soft Musick
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act IV. Symphony
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act IV. "Two daughters of this aged stream"
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act V. Duet. "You say 'tis love"
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act V. "Fairest isle"
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act V. "For folded flocks"
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act V. "Round thy coast"
King Arthur, Z.628, Act V: "Saint George, the Patron of Our Isle"
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act V, Scene II. Aria & Chorus "St. George, the patron of our isle"
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act V, Scene II. Aria "Ye blust'ring brethren of the skies"
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act V, Scene II. Chaconne
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act V, Scene II. Song Tune
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act V, Scene II. Symphony
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act V, Scene II. Trumpet Tune
King Arthur, Z.628, Act V: Song Tune - "Round Thy Coasts"
King Arthur, Z.628, Act V: Song Tune - "Your Hay It Is Mow'd"
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act V. Trumpet Tune / Chorus "Our natives"
King Arthur, Z. 628: Overture & Aria
King Arthur, Z. 628: Venus's Song. "Fairest isle, all isles excelling"
Knotting Song, The
Kyrie eleison in B-flat, Z. 230
Laudate ceciliam, Z. 329
Let each gallant heart, Z. 390
Let formal lovers still pursue, Z. 391
Let God arise, Z. 23
Let Hector, Achilles, and each brave commander Z 501
Let mine eyes run down with tears, anthem for soloists, chorus & organ, Z. 24: Do not abhor us, for thy name's sake
Let mine eyes run down with tears, anthem for soloists, chorus & organ, Z. 24: Let mine eyes run down with tears night and day
Let mine eyes run down with tears, anthem for soloists, chorus & organ, Z. 24: We acknowledge, O Lord, our wickedness
Let mine eyes run down with tears, Z. 24: I. Let mine eyes run down with tears
Let mine eyes run down with tears, Z. 24: II. We acknowledge, O Lord, our wickedness
Let mine eyes run down with tears, Z. 24: III. Do not abhor us, for thy name's sake
Let Monarchs Fight for Power and Fame
Let the dreadful engines of eternal will
Let the Fifes and the Clarions
Let the night perish, Z. 191
Let Us Dance
Let us, kind Lesbia, give away, Z. 466
Let us wander not unseen
Libertine Destroyed, Z. 600: I. "Nymphs and shepherds / We come", The
Lieder
Lilliburlero
Lobet, preiset
Lord, how long wilt thou be angry, Z. 25
Lord, I can suffer thy rebukes, Z. 136
Lord is king, and hath put on glorious apparel, Z. 69, The
Lord is king, be the people never so impatient, Z. 53, The
Lord is King, the earth may be glad, Z. 54, The
Lord is my light, Z. 55, The
Lord, not to us, but to thy name, Z. 137
Lord, what is man?, soprano, continuo
Lord, what is man ? Z 192
Lord, who can tell how oft he offendeth?, Z26
Lost is my quiet for ever Z 502
Lost is my quiet forever, Z. 502
lov'd fair Celia Z 381, I
love and I must, Z. 382, I
Love is now become a trade, Z. 393
Love's goddess sure was blind Sweetness of nature
Love's power in my heart shall find no compliance Z 395
Love, thou can'st hear, tho' thou art blind Z 396
Love, thou canst hear, tho' thou art blind, Z. 396
Lovely Albina's come ashore, Z. 394
Mad Bess of Bedlam, Z. 370 "From Silent Shades and the Elysian Groves"
Magnificat and Nunc dimittis in G minor, Z231: Magnificat
Magnificat and Nunc dimittis in G minor, Z231: Nunc dimittis
Magnificat in B-flat, Z. 230
maid's Last Prayer Z. 601, The
Man Is for the Woman Made
Man that is born of a woman Z 27
Mantra
Many, Many Such Days
March and canzona, trumpets (4), Z. 860, F minor
March-Canzona-March for the Funeral of Queen Mary
March From Music for the Funeral of Queen Mary
March / Thou Knowest Lord / Canzonna
March, Z. 647
March, Z. 648
March, ZT. 687
Marches Clavecin Z T687 Do majeur
marriage-hater match'd Z 602
Married Beau: Jig, The
married beau Marsch
married beau, or The curious impertinent
Married Beau, Overture, The
Married beau. See where repenting Celia lies
Married beau. Selections
Married Beau, Z. 603, "The Curious Impertinent": Hornpipe on a Ground, The
Marsch und Kanzone Z 860
Masque" from Timon of Athens: "Come all" / "Who can resist" / "Return, revolting rebels!, The
Masque" from Timon of Athens: Duet "Hark" / Solo "Love in their little veins" / Trio "But ah" / Solo "Hence with your trifling deity, The
Masque" from Timon of Athens: Overture / Air / Overture, "The
Masque" from Timon of Athens: Solo "The cares of lovers" / Solo "Love quickly is palled" / Duet, Chorus "Come, let us agree, The
Masque in Dioclesian (Conclusion): Xiii. Canaries, The
Masque in Dioclesian (Conclusion): Xiv. Dialogue (Soprano and Baritone): Tell Me Why, My Charming Fair, The
Masque in Dioclesian (Conclusion): Xv. Dance, The
Masque in Dioclesian (Conclusion): Xvi. Air (Tenor) & Chorus: All Our Days and Our Nights, The
Masque in Dioclesian (Conclusion): Xvii. Dance, The
Masque in Dioclesian (Conclusion): Xviii. Trio & Chorus: Triumph Victorious Love, The
Masque in Dioclesian (First Part): I. Solo (Soprano) & Chorus: Call the Nymphs and the Fauns From Woods, The
Masque in Dioclesian (First Part): II. Air (Soprano): Let the Graces and Pleasures Repair, The
Masque in Dioclesian (First Part): III. Duet (Basses): Come, Come Away, No Delay, The
Masque in Dioclesian (First Part): IV. Chorus: Behold, o Mighty'St of Gods, The
Masque in Dioclesian (First Part): IX. Solo (Bacchus) Trio & Chorus: I'm Here With My Jolly Crew, The
Masque in Dioclesian (First Part): Ritornello - Xii: Can Drusilla Give No More?, The
Masque in Dioclesian (First Part): V. Paspe (Passepied), The
Masque in Dioclesian (First Part): VI. Duet (Sopranos): Oh the Sweet Delights of Love, The
Masque in Dioclesian (First Part): VII. Air (Soprano) & Chorus: Let Monarchs Fight for Power and Fame, The
Masque in Dioclesian (First Part): VIII. Duet (Tenor and Baritone): Make Room for the Great God, The
Masque in Dioclesian (First Part): X. Dance of Bacchanals, The
Masque in Dioclesian (First Part): Xi. Air (Soprano): Still I'm Wishing, Stil Desiring, The
Masque in Dioclesian (instrumental Music): Butterfly Dance, The
Masque in Dioclesian (instrumental Music): Country Dance, The
Masque in Dioclesian (instrumental Music): Dance of the Furies, The
Masque in Dioclesian (instrumental Music): First Act Tune or Hornpipe, The
Masque in Dioclesian (instrumental Music): First Music, The
Masque in Dioclesian (instrumental Music): Second Act Tune, The
Masque in Dioclesian (instrumental Music): The Chair Dance, The
Masque in Dioclesian (instrumental Music): Third Act Tune, The
Masque in Dioclesian (instrumental Music) [Unknown], The
Masque of Cupid and Bacchus: A Symphony of pipes imitating the chirping of birds, The
Masque of Cupid and Bacchus: But ah! how much are our delights more dear, The
Masque of Cupid and Bacchus: Come all, come all to me, make haste, The
Masque of Cupid and Bacchus: Come let us agree, The
Masque of Cupid and Bacchus: Hark how the Songsters of the Grove, The
Masque of Cupid and Bacchus: Hence with your trifling Deity., The
Masque of Cupid and Bacchus: Love in their little veins inspires, The
Masque of Cupid and Bacchus: Love quickly is pall'd tho' with Labour 'tis, The
Masque of Cupid and Bacchus: Return revolting Rebells where d'ye goe?, The
Masque of Cupid and Bacchus: The Cares of Lovers, their Allarms, The
Masque of Cupid and Bacchus: Who can resist such mighty Charmes, The
massacre of Paris Z 604
Me, O Ye Gods
Menuets Clavecin Z T688 Ré mineur
miller's daughter riding, Z. 277, The
Minuet from The Double Dealer
Minuet in A minor, Z. 649. No. 1 from A Keyboard Anthology, Third Series, Book 1 or No. 15 from Baroque Keyboard Pieces, Book 1 or No. 10 from English Keyboard Music 1663–1702 (ABRSM Publishing)
Minuet in G
Minuet, Z. 650, A
Minuet, Z. 651
Minuet, ZT. 688
mock marriage Man is for the woman made
mock marriage 'twas within a furlong of Edinboro' town
Mock Marriage, Z. 605, The
Modification and Instrumentation of a Famous Hornpipe as a Merry and Altogether Sincere Homage to Uncle Alfred, The
Moor's Revenge: Rondeau, The
More love or more disdain I crave Z 397
Music for a While from Oedipus
Music for a while (The Academy of Ancient Music feat. conductor: Christopher Hogwood)
Music for a while Z 583, no 2
Music for Queen Mary: March - Man That Is Born
Music for Saint Cecilia's Day: Thou Tun'st This World
Music for the funeral of queen Mary: In the midst of life we are death
Music for the funeral of queen Mary: Man that is born of a woman
Music for the funeral of queen Mary: Thou knowest, Lord, the secrets of our hearts
Music for the Funeral of Queen Mary, Z.860: Canzona
Music for the Funeral of Queen Mary, Z.860: March
Music in King Arthur (Highlights): Aire
Music in King Arthur (Highlights): Chacone
Music in King Arthur (Highlights): Hornpipe
Music in King Arthur (Highlights): Overture
Music in King Arthur (Highlights): Song Tune: 'Fairest isle'
Music in King Arthur (Highlights): Song Tune: 'How blest are shepherds'
Music in King Arthur (Highlights): Trumpet Tune
Music in The Fairy Queen (Highlights): Aire
Music in The Fairy Queen (Highlights): Chacone
Music in The Fairy Queen (Highlights): Dance For Furies
Music in The Fairy Queen (Highlights): Jigg
Music in The Fairy Queen (Highlights): Overture
Music in The Fairy Queen (Highlights): Rondeau
Music in The Fairy Queen (Highlights): Song Tune: 'Sing while we trip it'
Music in The Fairy Queen (Highlights): Song Tune: 'Thus happy and free'
Music in The Indian Queen (Highlights): Aire
Music in The Indian Queen (Highlights): Hornpipe
Music in The Indian Queen (Highlights): Overture
Music in The Indian Queen (Highlights): Rondeau
Music in The Indian Queen (Highlights): Trumpet Tune
Music of the Death of Queen Mary
Musical Celebration, A
Musick's Hand-Made, Part II: Music Lessons 1-12: I. Song Tune in C, Z. T694
Musick's Hand-Made, Part II: Music Lessons 1-12: II. Con Spirito, Z. 647
Musick's Hand-Made, Part II: Music Lessons 1-12: III. March in C, Z. 648
Musick's Hand-Made, Part II: Music Lessons 1-12: IV. New Minuet in D Minor, Z. T689
Musick's Hand-Made, Part II: Music Lessons 1-12: IX. A New Irish Tune, Z. 646
Musick's Hand-Made, Part II: Music Lessons 1-12: V. Minuet in a Minor, Z. 649
Musick's Hand-Made, Part II: Music Lessons 1-12: VI. Minuet in a Minor, Z. 650
Musick's Hand-Made, Part II: Music Lessons 1-12: VII. A New Scotch Tune in G, Z. 655
Musick's Hand-Made, Part II: Music Lessons 1-12: VIII. A New Ground in E Minor, Z. T682
Musick's Hand-Made, Part II: Music Lessons 1-12: X. Rigadoon in C, Z. 653
Musick's Hand-Made, Part II: Music Lessons 1-12: Xi. Sefauchi's Farewell, in D Minor, Z. 656
Musick's Hand-Made, Part II: Music Lessons 1-12: Xii. Minuet in D Minor, Z. T688
Musing on cares of human fate, Z. 467
Musique pour la reine Mary : March - Man that is born
Musique pour les funérailles de la reine Marie − Canzone
Musique pour les funérailles de la reine Marie − Marche
Musique vocale. Extraits
Muzyka klawesynowa
Muzyka wokalna (wybór)
My beloved spake, anthem for alto, tenor, 2 basses, chorus, strings & continuo, Z. 28: And the time of the singing of birds is come.
My beloved spake, anthem for alto, tenor, 2 basses, chorus, strings & continuo, Z. 28: For lo! the winter is past, the rain is over
My beloved spake, anthem for alto, tenor, 2 basses, chorus, strings & continuo, Z. 28: My beloved is mine, and I am his. Alleluia
My beloved spake, anthem for alto, tenor, 2 basses, chorus, strings & continuo, Z. 28: Symphony; My beloved spake and said unto me
My beloved spake, anthem for alto, tenor, 2 basses, chorus, strings & continuo, Z. 28: Symphony; The fig tree putteth forth her green
My beloved spake, Z. 28: I. Symphony
My beloved spake, Z. 28: II. For lo! the winter is past
My beloved spake, Z. 28: III. And the time of the singing of birds is come
My beloved spake, Z. 28: IV. Symphony
My beloved spake, Z. 28: V. My beloved is mine and I am his
My Beloved Spake, Z23: And the Voice of the Turtle
My Beloved Spake, Z23: Arise
My Beloved Spake, Z23: For, Lo, the Winter Is Past
My Beloved Spake, Z23: My Beloved Is Mine
My Beloved Spake, Z23: My Beloved Spake
My Beloved Spake, Z23: Ouverture (Sinfonia): I. Slow
My Beloved Spake, Z23: The Fig Tree
My Beloved Spake, Z23: The Time of the Singing
My heart is fixed, O God Z 29
My heart is fixed, O God, Z29
My heart is inditing, Z. 30: I: Symphony; My heart is inditing
My heart is inditing, Z. 30: II. She shall be brought unto the King
My heart is inditing, Z. 30: III. Symphony; Hearken, O daughter
My heart is inditing, Z. 30: IV. Praise the Lord, O Jerusalem
My heart, wherever you appear, Z. 399
My lady's coachman, John, Z. 260
My op'ning eyes are purg'd Z 72
My song shall be alway, Z. 31: I. Symphony
My song shall be alway, Z. 31: II. My song shall be alway of the loving-kindness of the Lord
My song shall be alway, Z. 31: III. God is very greatly to be feared
My song shall be alway, Z. 31: IV. Symphony
My song shall be alway, Z. 31: V. O Lord God of hosts, who is like unto thee?
My song shall be alway, Z. 31: VI. Alleluia
Nestor, who did to thrice man's age attain Z 503
new ground Clavecin Z T682 Mi mineur
New Ground in E minor, A
New Ground, Z 339/3, A
new ground, ZT. 682, A
new Irish tune Clavecin Z T646 Sol majeur
new Irish tune, Z. 646, A
New Minuet, ZT. 689
new Schotch tune, Z. 655, A
new Scotch tune, A
Nicene creed in B-flat, Z. 230
No, no, no, resistance is but vain
No, to what purpose should I speak, Z. 468
No; to what purpose ("The Concealment")
Noise of Foreign Wars, The
Not all my torments can your pity move Z 400
Now does the glorious day appear, Z. 332: "By beauteous softness mixed with majesty"
Now that the Sun Hath Veil'd his Light
Now that the sun hath veiled his light 'An evening hymn on a ground', Z. 193
Now that the sun hath veiled his light Now that the sun
Nunc dimittis in B-flat, Z. 230
Nymphs and shepherds, come away Z 600
O all ye people, clap your hands, Z. 138
O consider my adversity, Z. 32
O dive custos Auriacae domus, Z. 504
O dive custos Auriacae domus, Z504
O ! fair Cedaria, hide those eyes Z 402
O give thanks unto the Lord, anthem for soloists, chorus, 2 violins & continuo, Z. 33: Blessed be the Lord God of Israel
O give thanks unto the Lord, anthem for soloists, chorus, 2 violins & continuo, Z. 33: O give thanks unto the Lord, for he is gracious
O give thanks unto the Lord, anthem for soloists, chorus, 2 violins & continuo, Z. 33: Remember me, O Lord
O give thanks unto the Lord, anthem for soloists, chorus, 2 violins & continuo, Z. 33: That I may see the felicity of thy chosen
O give thanks unto the Lord, anthem for soloists, chorus, 2 violins & continuo, Z. 33: Who can express the noble acts of the Lord
O give thanks unto the Lord, Z. 33: I. O give thanks unto the Lord
O give thanks unto the Lord, Z. 33: II. Who can express the noble acts of the Lord
O give thanks unto the Lord, Z. 33: III. Remember me, O Lord
O give thanks unto the Lord, Z. 33: IV. That I may see the felicity
O give thanks unto the Lord, Z. 33: V. Blessed be the Lord God of Israel
O God the King of Glory, Z. 34
O God, thou art my God, Z. 35
O God, thou hast cast us out Z 36
O ! how happy's he Z 403
O, I'm Sick of Life, Z. 140
O Let Me Weep from The Fairy Queen
O Lord God of Hosts, Z. 37
O Lord, grant the King a long life, Z38
O Lord, our Governor, Z. 141
O Lord our governor Z 39
O Lord, rebuke me not, Z. 40
O Lord, Thou art my God, Z. 41
O praise God in His holiness, anthem for alto, tenor, 2 basses, chorus, 2 violins, viola & organ, Z. 42: Praise him in his noble acts
O praise God in His holiness, anthem for alto, tenor, 2 basses, chorus, 2 violins, viola & organ, Z. 42: Praise him upon the well-tuned cymbals
O praise God in His holiness, anthem for alto, tenor, 2 basses, chorus, 2 violins, viola & organ, Z. 42: Symphony; O praise God in His holiness
O Praise God in His Holiness, Z. 42: I. Symphony
O Praise God in His Holiness, Z. 42: II. Praise Him in His Noble Acts
O Praise God in His Holiness, Z. 42: III. Praise Him upon the Well-Tuned Cymbals
O praise the Lord, all ye heathen, Z43
O Sing Unto the Lord a New Song, Z. 44: I. Symphony
O Sing Unto the Lord a New Song, Z. 44: II. O Sing Unto the Lord a New Song
O Sing Unto the Lord a New Song, Z. 44: III. Sing Unto the Lord and Praise His Name
O Sing Unto the Lord a New Song, Z. 44: IV. The Lord Is Great and Cannot Worthily Be Praised
O Sing Unto the Lord a New Song, Z. 44: V. O Worship the Lord in the Beauty of Holiness
O Sing Unto the Lord a New Song, Z. 44: VI. Tell It Out Among the Heathen That the Lord Is King
O sing unto the Lord, anthem for soprano, alto, tenor, 2 basses, chorus, 2 violins, viola & organ, Z. 44: O sing unto the Lord a new song
O sing unto the Lord, anthem for soprano, alto, tenor, 2 basses, chorus, 2 violins, viola & organ, Z. 44: O worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness
O sing unto the Lord, anthem for soprano, alto, tenor, 2 basses, chorus, 2 violins, viola & organ, Z. 44: Sing unto the Lord, and praise him
O sing unto the Lord, anthem for soprano, alto, tenor, 2 basses, chorus, 2 violins, viola & organ, Z. 44: Symphony
O sing unto the Lord, anthem for soprano, alto, tenor, 2 basses, chorus, 2 violins, viola & organ, Z. 44: Tell it out among the heathen that the Lord is king
O sing unto the Lord, anthem for soprano, alto, tenor, 2 basses, chorus, 2 violins, viola & organ, Z. 44: The Lord is great, and cannot worthily be praised
O solitude, my sweetest choice, Z. 406
Ode à la reine Mary "Love goddess sure" : duo "Sweetness of nature"
Ode à Sainte Cécile : Choeur final
Ode à Sainte Cécile : Hail ! Bright Cecilia
Ode for Queen Mary's Birthday, Z. 320: No. 2, Arise, My Muse
Ode for Saint Cecilia's Day, Z. 328" Hail! Bright Cecilia": Alto Solo: The Airy Violin
Ode for Saint Cecilia's Day, Z. 328" Hail! Bright Cecilia": Alto Solo: The Fife and All the Harmony of War
Ode for Saint Cecilia's Day, Z. 328" Hail! Bright Cecilia": Alto Solo: 'Tis Nature Voice
Ode for Saint Cecilia's Day, Z. 328" Hail! Bright Cecilia": Bass Solo: Wond'Rous Machine
Ode for Saint Cecilia's Day, Z. 328" Hail! Bright Cecilia": Chorus: Soul of the World
Ode for Saint Cecilia's Day, Z. 328" Hail! Bright Cecilia": Duet: Hark, Each Tree
Ode for Saint Cecilia's Day, Z. 328" Hail! Bright Cecilia": Duet: In Vain the Am'Rous Flute
Ode for Saint Cecilia's Day, Z. 328" Hail! Bright Cecilia": Duet: Let These Among Themselves Contest
Ode for Saint Cecilia's Day, Z. 328" Hail! Bright Cecilia": Great Chorus: Hail! Bright Cecilia
Ode for Saint Cecilia's Day, Z. 328" Hail! Bright Cecilia": Overture: Symphony
Ode for Saint Cecilia's Day, Z. 328" Hail! Bright Cecilia": Soli and Chorus: Hail! Bright Cecilia
Ode for Saint Cecilia's Day, Z. 328" Hail! Bright Cecilia": Soprano Solo: Thou Tun'St This World
Ode for Saint Cecilia's Day, Z. 328" Hail! Bright Cecilia": Trio: With That Sublime Celestial Lay
Ode for St. Cecilia’s Day (1692): I. Overture: Maestoso - Cancona (Presto • Adagio • Allegro • Adagio)
Ode for St. Cecilia’s Day (1692): II. "Hail! Bright Cecilia"
Ode for St. Cecilia’s Day (1692): III. "Hark, Each Tree" (Duett)
Ode for St. Cecilia’s Day (1692): IV. "Tis Nature's Voice"
Ode for St. Cecilia’s Day (1692): IX. "The Airy Violin"
Ode for St. Cecilia’s Day (1692): V. "Soul of the World"
Ode for St. Cecilia’s Day (1692): VI. "Thou Tun'St This World" (Arie Und Chor)
Ode for St. Cecilia’s Day (1692): VII. "With That Sublime Celestial Lay" (Terzett)
Ode for St. Cecilia’s Day (1692): VIII. "Wondrous Machine"
Ode for St. Cecilia’s Day (1692): X. "In Vain the Am'Rous Flute" (Duett)
Ode for St. Cecilia’s Day (1692): XI. "The Fife and All the Harmony of War"
Ode for St. Cecilia’s Day (1692): XII. "Let These Among Themselves Contest" (Duett)
Ode for St. Cecilia’s Day (1692): XIII. "Hail! Bright Cecilia"
Ode for St. Cecilia’s Day (1692): XIII. "With Rapture of Delight" (Quartett)
Ode for St. Cecilia's Day: Final Chorus
Ode for St. Cecilia's Day "Hail, Bright Cecilia", Z. 328: In vain the am'rous flute
Ode for St. Cecilia's Day, Verse Anthems
Ode for St Cecilia's Day, "Welcome to all the pleasures", Z339 - original version: Beauty thou scene of love
Ode for St Cecilia's Day, "Welcome to all the pleasures", Z339 - original version: Here the Deities approve
Ode for St Cecilia's Day, "Welcome to all the pleasures", Z339 - original version: Welcome to all pleasures
Ode for St Cecilia's Day, "Welcome to all the pleasures", Z339 - original version: While joys celestial
Ode for the Birthday: "Bid the Virtues"
Ode for the Birthday: "Come, Ye Sons of Art, Come Away"
Ode for the Birthday: "See, Nature, Rejoicing"
Ode for the Birthday: "Sound the Trumpet"
Ode for the Birthday: "Strike the Viol"
Ode for the Birthday: "The Day That Such a Blessing"
Ode for the Birthday: "These Are the Sacred Charms"
Ode on Queen Mary's Birthday (1692): "Long may she reigne" (soprano, choeur)
Ode on Queen Mary's Birthday (1692): "Sweetness of nature" (duo altos)
Ode on Queen Mary's birthday (1693), Z. 321: "Crown the altar"
Ode on Saint Cecilia's Day: Adagio
Ode on Saint Cecilia's Day: Ouverture
Ode on St. Cecilia's Day, 1683: Adagio (Harpsichord)
Ode on St. Cecilia's Day, 1683: Beauty Thou Scene of Love (Tenor)
Ode on St. Cecilia's Day, 1683: Here the Deities Approve (Counter-Tenor)
Ode on St. Cecilia's Day, 1683: In a Consort of Voices (Tenor, Chorus)
Ode on St. Cecilia's Day, 1683: Then Lift Up Your Voices (Bass, Chorus)
Ode on St. Cecilia's Day, 1683: Welcome to All the Pleasures, Z339: Ouverture (Sinfonia): I. Maestoso / II. Vivace
Ode on St. Cecilia's Day, 1683: While Joys Celestial (Trio)
Ode on St. Cecilia's Day: "Hail! Bright Cecilia"
Ode on St. Cecilia's Day: "Hark, Each Tree"
Ode on St. Cecilia's Day: "In Vain The Am'rous Flute"
Ode on St. Cecilia's Day: "Let These Among Themselves Contest"
Ode on St. Cecilia's Day: Overture - Canzona
Ode on St. Cecilia's Day: "Soul Of The World"
Ode on St. Cecilia's Day: "The Airy Violin"
Ode on St. Cecilia's Day: "The Fife And All The Harmony Of War"
Ode on St. Cecilia's Day: "Thou Tun'st This World"
Ode on St. Cecilia's Day: "Tis Nature's Voice"
Ode on St. Cecilia's Day: "With Rapture Of Delight"
Ode on St. Cecilia's Day: "With That Sublime Celestial Lay"
Ode on St. Cecilia's Day: "Wondrous Machine"
Ode on the Birthday of Mary II, 1694, Z323 "Come, Ye Sons of Art": "Bid the Virtues" (Soprano, Oboe)
Ode on the Birthday of Mary II, 1694, Z323 "Come, Ye Sons of Art": "Come, Come, Ye Sons of Art" (Counter-Tenor, Chorus)
Ode on the Birthday of Mary II, 1694, Z323 "Come, Ye Sons of Art": Ouverture (Sinfonia): I. Largo / II. Allegro / III. Adagio
Ode on the Birthday of Mary II, 1694, Z323 "Come, Ye Sons of Art": "See Nature, Rejoicing" (Soprano, Bass, Chorus)
Ode on the Birthday of Mary II, 1694, Z323 "Come, Ye Sons of Art": "Sound the Trumpet Till Around" (Counter-Tenors)
Ode on the Birthday of Mary II, 1694, Z323 "Come, Ye Sons of Art": "Strike the Viol" (Counter-Tenor)
Ode on the Birthday of Mary II, 1694, Z323 "Come, Ye Sons of Art": "The Day That Such a Blessing Gave" (Bass, Chorus)
Ode on the Birthday of Mary II, 1694, Z323 "Come, Ye Sons of Art": "These Are the Sacred Charms That Shield" (Bass)
Ode, Z 320 "Arise, My Muse": I. Symphony
Ode, Z 320 "Arise, My Muse": II. Aria (Alto) "Arise, my muse"
Ode, Z 320 "Arise, My Muse": III. Chorus - Ritornello "Ye sons of music"
Ode, Z 320 "Arise, My Muse": IV. Aria (Tenor, Bass) - Chorus "Then sound your instruments"
Ode, Z 320 "Arise, My Muse": IX. Aria (Alto) "But, ah, I see Eusebia drown'd in tears"
Ode, Z 320 "Arise, My Muse": V. Aria (Alto) "See how the glitt'ring ruler of the day"
Ode, Z 320 "Arise, My Muse": VI. Aria (Altos I-II) - Chorus - Ritornello "Hail, gracious Gloriana, hail"
Ode, Z 320 "Arise, My Muse": VII. Aria (Bass) "And since the time's distress to wars' alarms"
Ode, Z 320 "Arise, My Muse": VIII. Aria (Alto, Tenor, Bass) "To quell his country's foes"
Ode, Z 320 "Arise, My Muse": X. Aria (Bass) - Aria (Alto) - Chorus "But Glory cries"
Ode, Z 321 "Celebrate this Festival": I. Symphony
Ode, Z 321 "Celebrate this Festival": II. (Soloists, Chorus) "Celebrate this Festival"
Ode, Z 321 "Celebrate this Festival": III. Aria (Sopranos I-II) - Chorus "Britain now thy cares beguile"
Ode, Z 321 "Celebrate this Festival": IV. Aria (Soprano, Trumpet) - Chorus "'Tis sacred, bid the trumpet cease"
Ode, Z 321 "Celebrate this Festival": IX. Aria (High Tenor) Departing thus youæll hear him say"
Ode, Z 321 "Celebrate this Festival": V. Aria (Soprano) - Chorus "Let sullen Discord smile"
Ode, Z 321 "Celebrate this Festival": VI. Aria (Alto) "Crown the altar, deck the shrine"
Ode, Z 321 "Celebrate this Festival": VII. Aria (Bass) - Chorus "Expected Spring at last is come"
Ode, Z 321 "Celebrate this Festival": VIII. Aria (Alto) - Ritornello "April, who till now has mourned"
Ode, Z 321 "Celebrate this Festival": X. Ritornello - Aria (Alto, Tenor, Bass) "Happy realm beyond expressing"
Ode, Z 321 "Celebrate this Festival": XI. Aria (Bass, Trumpet) "While, for a righteous cause he arms"
Ode, Z 321 "Celebrate this Festival": XII. Aria (High Tenor) - Eight-part Chorus "Return, fond Muse, the thoughts of war"
Ode, Z 321 "Celebrate this Festival": XIII. Aria (Soprano) - Chorus "Kindly treat Maria's day"
Ode, Z 322 "Celestial music did the gods inspire": I. Symphony
Ode, Z 322 "Celestial music did the gods inspire": II. Aria (Bass) - Chorus "Celestial music did the Gods inspire"
Ode, Z 322 "Celestial music did the gods inspire": III. Aria (Alto) "Her charming strains expel tormenting care"
Ode, Z 322 "Celestial music did the gods inspire": IV. Aria (Soprano) "Thus Virgil's Genius lov'd"
Ode, Z 322 "Celestial music did the gods inspire": V. Duet (High Tenor, Bass) - Ritornello "Whilst Music did improve Amphion's song"
Ode, Z 322 "Celestial music did the gods inspire": VI. Aria (Alto) "When Orpheus sang all Nature did rejoice"
Ode, Z 322 "Celestial music did the gods inspire": VII. Trio (Alto, Tenor, Bass) - Chorus "Let Phyllis by her voice"
Ode, Z 323 "Come ye sons of Art, away": I. Symphony
Ode, Z 323 "Come ye sons of Art, away": II. Aria (Alto) - Chorus "Come ye sons of Art, away"
Ode, Z 323 "Come ye sons of Art, away": III. Duet (Altos I-II) - Chorus "Sound the trumpet"
Ode, Z 323 "Come ye sons of Art, away": IV. Aria (Alto) - Ritornello "Strike the viol, touch the lute"
Ode, Z 323 "Come ye sons of Art, away": V. Aria (Bass) - Chorus "The day that such a blessing gave"
Ode, Z 323 "Come ye sons of Art, away": VI. Aria (Soprano) "Bid the virtues, bid the Graces"
Ode, Z 323 "Come ye sons of Art, away": VII. Aria (Bass) "These are the sacred charms that shield"
Ode, Z 323 "Come ye sons of Art, away": VIII. Duet (Soprano, Bass) - Chorus "See Nature, rejoicing, has shown us the way"
Ode, Z 324 "Fly, bold rebellion": I. Symphony
Ode, Z 324 "Fly, bold rebellion": II. Quintet - Ritornello - Aria (Bass) - Chorus "Fly, bold rebellion"
Ode, Z 324 "Fly, bold rebellion": III. Aria (High Tenor) - Ritornello - Chorus "Rivers from their channels turned"
Ode, Z 324 "Fly, bold rebellion": IV. Aria (Bass, Tenor) - Ritornello "If then we've found the want of his rays"
Ode, Z 324 "Fly, bold rebellion": V. Trio (Sopranos I-II, Tenor) - Ritornello "But Heaven has now dispelled those fears"
Ode, Z 324 "Fly, bold rebellion": VI. Aria (Alto, Tenor, Bass) - Chorus "Come then, change your notes"
Ode, Z 324 "Fly, bold rebellion": VII. Aria (Alto) - Ritornello " Be welcome then, great Sir"
Ode, Z 324 "Fly, bold rebellion": VIII. Septet - Chorus "Welcome to all those wishes fulfilled"
Ode, Z 325 "From hardy climes": I. Symphony
Ode, Z 325 "From hardy climes": II. Aria (Bass) - Chorus - Ritornello "From hardy Climes and dangerous Toils of War"
Ode, Z 325 "From hardy climes": III. Aria (High Tenor) - Duet (Sopranos I-II) - Ritornello "As Fame, Great Sir, before you ran"
Ode, Z 325 "From hardy climes": IV. Aria (Bass) - Chorus - Ritornello "Wake then, my Muse"
Ode, Z 325 "From hardy climes": VI. Trio (Alto, High Tenor, Bass) - Ritornello "So all the Boons indulgent"
Ode, Z 325 "From hardy climes": VII. Aria (Soprano) - Chorus "Hence without Scheme or Figure to descry"
Ode, Z 326 "From those serene and rapturous joys": I. [Symphony]
Ode, Z 326 "From those serene and rapturous joys": II. Aria (Alto) - Ritornello "From those serene and rapturous joys"
Ode, Z 326 "From those serene and rapturous joys": III. Aria (Bass) - Chorus "Behold th' indulgent Prince is come"
Ode, Z 326 "From those serene and rapturous joys": IV. Duet (Sopranos I-II) - Ritornello "Not with an Helmet or a glitt'ring Spear"
Ode, Z 326 "From those serene and rapturous joys": V. Aria (Bass) - Chorus "Welcome as soft refreshing show'rs"
Ode, Z 326 "From those serene and rapturous joys": VI. Aria (Tenor) - Ritornello "Welcome, more welcome does he come"
Ode, Z 326 "From those serene and rapturous joys": VII. Duet (Tenor, Bass) - Ritornello "Nor does the Sun more comfort bring"
Ode, Z 326 "From those serene and rapturous joys": VIII. Ritornello - Aria (Tenor) - Chorus "With trumpets and shouts we receive the World's Wonder"
Ode, Z 327 "Great parent, hail to thee": I. [Symphony]
Ode, Z 327 "Great parent, hail to thee": II. Trio (Alto, Tenor, Bass) - Chorus "Great Parent, Hail!"
Ode, Z 327 "Great parent, hail to thee": III. Aria (Alto) "Another Century commencing"
Ode, Z 327 "Great parent, hail to thee": IV. Duet (Tenor, High Tenor) "After War's, Alarms repeated"
Ode, Z 327 "Great parent, hail to thee": IX. Symphony - Aria (Soprano) "Thy Royal Patron sung"
Ode, Z 327 "Great parent, hail to thee": V. Aria (Bass) "Awful Matron take thy Seat"
Ode, Z 327 "Great parent, hail to thee": VI. Aria (Tenor) - Chorus " She was the first who did inspire"
Ode, Z 327 "Great parent, hail to thee": VII. Duet (High Tenor, Bass) "Succeeding Princes next recite"
Ode, Z 327 "Great parent, hail to thee": VIII. Chorus "But chiefly Recommend to Fame"
Ode, Z 327 "Great parent, hail to thee": X. Chorus "With themes like these"
Ode, Z 329 "Laudate Ceciliam": I. Symphony - Trio (Alto, High Tenor, Bass) "Laudate Ceciliam"
Ode, Z 329 "Laudate Ceciliam": II. Trio (Alto, High Tenor, Bass) "Modulemni psalmum novum"
Ode, Z 329 "Laudate Ceciliam": III. Symphony
Ode, Z 329 "Laudate Ceciliam": IV. Duet (Alto, High Tenor) - Trio (Alto, High Tenor, Bass) "Dicite Virgini, canite Martyri"
Ode, Z 331 "Love's goddess sure was blind": I. Symphony
Ode, Z 331 "Love's goddess sure was blind": II. Aria (Alto) - Ritornello "Love's goddess sure was blind"
Ode, Z 331 "Love's goddess sure was blind": III. Aria (Bass) "Those eyes, that form"
Ode, Z 331 "Love's goddess sure was blind": IV. Duet (Alto, High Tenor) "Sweetness of Nature and true wit"
Ode, Z 331 "Love's goddess sure was blind": V. Aria (Soprano) - Chorus "Long may she reign over this Isle"
Ode, Z 331 "Love's goddess sure was blind": VI. Aria (Soprano) - Ritornello "May her blest example chase"
Ode, Z 331 "Love's goddess sure was blind": VII. Duet (Alto, High Tenor) "Many such days may she behold"
Ode, Z 331 "Love's goddess sure was blind": VIII. Chorus - Quartet (Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass) - Chorus "May she to Heaven late return"
Ode, Z 332 "Now Does the Glorious Day Appear": I. Symphony
Ode, Z 332 "Now Does the Glorious Day Appear": II. Chorus - Ritornello "Now does the glorious day appear"
Ode, Z 332 "Now Does the Glorious Day Appear": III. Aria (Tenor, Bass) "Not any one such joy could bring"
Ode, Z 332 "Now Does the Glorious Day Appear": IV. Aria (Tenor) - Ritornello "Now does the glorious day appear"
Ode, Z 332 "Now Does the Glorious Day Appear": IX. Aria (Soprano, Alto, Tenor) "Our dear religion"
Ode, Z 332 "Now Does the Glorious Day Appear": V. Chorus - Ritornello "Now does the glorious day appear"
Ode, Z 332 "Now Does the Glorious Day Appear": VI. Aria (Bass) "It was a work of full as great a weight"
Ode, Z 332 "Now Does the Glorious Day Appear": VII. Aria (Alto) "By beauteous softness mixed with majesty"
Ode, Z 332 "Now Does the Glorious Day Appear": VIII. Aria (Basses I-II) "Her hero too"
Ode, Z 332 "Now Does the Glorious Day Appear": X. Aria (Tenor) - Ritornello "No more shall we the great Eliza boast"
Ode, Z 332 "Now Does the Glorious Day Appear": XI. Chorus "Now, now, with one united voice"
Ode, Z 333 "Of old, when heroes thought it base": I. Symphony
Ode, Z 333 "Of old, when heroes thought it base": II. Aria (Bass) - Duet (High Tenor, Bass) " Of old, when heroes thought it base"
Ode, Z 333 "Of old, when heroes thought it base": III. Aria (Tenor) - Chorus "The bashful Thames, for beauto so renown'd"
Ode, Z 333 "Of old, when heroes thought it base": IV. Ritornello - Aria (Alto) "The pale and the purple rose"
Ode, Z 333 "Of old, when heroes thought it base": IX. Aria (Tenor) "So when the glitt'ring Queen of Night"
Ode, Z 333 "Of old, when heroes thought it base": V. Duet (Tenor, Bass) - Chorus "And in each track of glory since"
Ode, Z 333 "Of old, when heroes thought it base": VI. Symphony
Ode, Z 333 "Of old, when heroes thought it base": VII. Duet (Tenor, Bass) "And now when the renown'd Nassau"
Ode, Z 333 "Of old, when heroes thought it base": VIII. Duet (Basses I-II) "They did no storms, nor threat'nings fear"
Ode, Z 333 "Of old, when heroes thought it base": X. Chorus "Let music join"
Ode, Z 333 "Of old, when heroes thought it base": XI. Aria (Tenor) - Ritornello "Sound trumpets, sound!"
Ode, Z 333 "Of old, when heroes thought it base": XII. Aria (Bass) - Chorus "Sound all to him"
Ode, Z 334 "Raise raise the voice": I. Symphony
Ode, Z 334 "Raise raise the voice": II. Aria (Bass) - Chorus - Ritornello "Raise, raise the voice"
Ode, Z 334 "Raise raise the voice": III. Aria (Soprano) - Trio (Soprano, Tenor, Bass) "The God himself says he'll be present here"
Ode, Z 334 "Raise raise the voice": IV. Aria (Soprano) - Chorus - Ritornello - Chorus "Mark how readily each pliant string"
Ode, Z 335 "Sound the trumpet, beat the drum": I. Symphony
Ode, Z 335 "Sound the trumpet, beat the drum": II. Aria (High Tenor, Bass) - Chorus "Sound the trumpet, beat the drum"
Ode, Z 335 "Sound the trumpet, beat the drum": III. Aria (High Tenor) - Chorus "Crown the year and crown the day"
Ode, Z 335 "Sound the trumpet, beat the drum": IV. Aria (Alto, High Tenor) - Ritornello "Let Caesar and Urania live"
Ode, Z 335 "Sound the trumpet, beat the drum": V. Aria (Tenor, Bass) - Chorus "What greater bliss can Fate bestow"
Ode, Z 335 "Sound the trumpet, beat the drum": VI. Chaconne
Ode, Z 335 "Sound the trumpet, beat the drum": VII. Aria (Bass) "While Caesar like the morning star"
Ode, Z 335 "Sound the trumpet, beat the drum": VIII. Aria (Alto, Tenor, Bass) - Sextet - Chorus "To Urania and Caesar delights without measure"
Ode, Z 336 "Swifter, Isis, swifter flow": I. Symphony - Aria (High Tenor) - Ritornello "Swifter, Isis, swifter flow"
Ode, Z 336 "Swifter, Isis, swifter flow": II. Aria (Bass) "Land him safely on her shore"
Ode, Z 336 "Swifter, Isis, swifter flow": III. Ritornello - Aria (Tenor) - Ritornello "Hark, hark! just now my listening ears"
Ode, Z 336 "Swifter, Isis, swifter flow": IV. Trio (Alto, High Tenor, Bass) - Chorus "Welcome, dread Sir, to town"
Ode, Z 336 "Swifter, Isis, swifter flow": V. Aria (Bass) - Aria (Tenor) - Chorus "But with so great devotion meet"
Ode, Z 336 "Swifter, Isis, swifter flow": VI. Duet (Soprano, Alto) "The King whose presence like the Spring"
Ode, Z 336 "Swifter, Isis, swifter flow": VII. Chorus "Then since, Sir, from you all our blessings do flow"
Ode, Z 337 "The summer's absence unconcerned we bear": I. Symphony
Ode, Z 337 "The summer's absence unconcerned we bear": II. Aria (Bass) - Trio (Alto, Tenor, Bass) - Chorus - Ritornello "The summer's absence we unconcerned bear"
Ode, Z 337 "The summer's absence unconcerned we bear": III. Aria (Alto) - Chorus - Ritornello "And when late from your Throne"
Ode, Z 337 "The summer's absence unconcerned we bear": IV. Aria (Bass) - Duet (Sopranos I-II) - Chorus "Ah! had we, Sir, the power or art"
Ode, Z 337 "The summer's absence unconcerned we bear": V. Trio (Alto, High Tenor, Bass) - Ritornello "Happy while all her neighbours bled"
Ode, Z 337 "The summer's absence unconcerned we bear": VI. Aria (Tenor) "So happily still you your counsels employ"
Ode, Z 337 "The summer's absence unconcerned we bear": VII. Aria (Alto) - Ritornello "These had by their ill usage"
Ode, Z 337 "The summer's absence unconcerned we bear": VIII. Aria (Tenor) - Chorus "But these no more shall dare repine"
Ode, Z 338 "Welcome, welcome, glorious morn": I. Symphony
Ode, Z 338 "Welcome, welcome, glorious morn": II. Aria (High Tenor) - Chorus "Welcome, welcome, glorious morn"
Ode, Z 338 "Welcome, welcome, glorious morn": III. Duet (High Tenor, Bass) - Ritornello - Chorus "At thy return"
Ode, Z 338 "Welcome, welcome, glorious morn": IV. Duet (Alto, Bass) "Welcome as when three happy Kingdoms strove"
Ode, Z 338 "Welcome, welcome, glorious morn": IX. Duet (Basses I-II) "He to the Field by Honour call'd"
Ode, Z 338 "Welcome, welcome, glorious morn": V. Aria (Tenor) " THe mighty Goddess of this wealthy Isle"
Ode, Z 338 "Welcome, welcome, glorious morn": VI. Trio (Alto, High Tenor, Bass) - Chorus - Ritornello "Full of Wonder and Delight"
Ode, Z 338 "Welcome, welcome, glorious morn": VII. Aria (Tenor) - Chorus "And lo! a sacred Fury swell'd her Breast"
Ode, Z 338 "Welcome, welcome, glorious morn": VIII. Aria (Soprano) - Chorus "My Pray'rs are heard"
Ode, Z 338 "Welcome, welcome, glorious morn": X. Aria (High Tenor) "Whilst undisturb'd his happy Consort reigns"
Ode, Z 338 "Welcome, welcome, glorious morn": XI. Aria (Tenor) - Chorus "Sound, all ye Spheres"
Ode, Z 339 "Welcome to All the Pleasures": I. Symphony
Ode, Z 339 "Welcome to All the Pleasures": II. Aria (Alto, Tenor, Bass) - Chorus - Ritornello "Welcome to all the pleasures that delight"
Ode, Z 339 "Welcome to All the Pleasures": III. Aria (Alto) - Ritornello "Here the Deities approve"
Ode, Z 339 "Welcome to All the Pleasures": IV. Aria (Sopranos I-II, Bass) - Ritornello "While joys celestial"
Ode, Z 339 "Welcome to All the Pleasures": V. Aria (Alto, Tenor, Bass) - Chorus "Then lift up your voices"
Ode, Z 339 "Welcome to All the Pleasures": VI. Ritornello - Aria (Tenor) - Ritornello "Beauty, thou scene of love"
Ode, Z 339 "Welcome to All the Pleasures": VII. Aria (Tenor) - Chorus "In a consort of voices"
Ode, Z 340 "Welcome, viceregent of the mighty king": I. Symphony - Chorus "Welcome, Viceregent of the mighty king"
Ode, Z 340 "Welcome, viceregent of the mighty king": II. Duet (Alto, Bass) - Ritornello "Ah! Mighty Sir, if you to such long absence are inclined"
Ode, Z 340 "Welcome, viceregent of the mighty king": III. Chorus - Ritornello "But your blest presence now"
Ode, Z 340 "Welcome, viceregent of the mighty king": IV. Aria (Tenor) - Chorus "Your influous approach"
Ode, Z 340 "Welcome, viceregent of the mighty king": V. Duet (Sopranos I-II) "When the Summer, in his glory"
Ode, Z 340 "Welcome, viceregent of the mighty king": VI. Chorus "All loyalty and honour be"
Ode, Z 340 "Welcome, viceregent of the mighty king": VII. Aria (Tenor) - Chorus - Ritornello - Chorus "Music the food of love"
Ode, Z 341 "What, what shall be done in behalf of the man": I. Symphony
Ode, Z 341 "What, what shall be done in behalf of the man": II. Aria (Bass) - Trio (Alto, Tenor, Bass) - Chorus - Ritornello "What shall be done in behalf of the man"
Ode, Z 341 "What, what shall be done in behalf of the man": III. Aria (High Tenor) - Ritornelle - Chorus "All the grandeur he possesses"
Ode, Z 341 "What, what shall be done in behalf of the man": IV. Aria (Bass) - Chorus - Ritornello "Mighty Charles, though joined with thee"
Ode, Z 341 "What, what shall be done in behalf of the man": V. Duet (Sopranos I-II) - Chorus "May all factious troubles cease"
Ode, Z 343 "Why, why are all the Muses mute?": I. Aria (Tenor) - Chorus - Symphony "Why, why are all the Muses mute?"
Ode, Z 343 "Why, why are all the Muses mute?": II. Aria (Tenor) - Chorus "When should each soul exalted be"
Ode, Z 343 "Why, why are all the Muses mute?": III. Aria (Alto) - Ritornello "Britain, thou now art great"
Ode, Z 343 "Why, why are all the Muses mute?": IV. Trio (Alto, Tenor, Bass) - Chorus "Look up, and to our Isle returning see"
Ode, Z 343 "Why, why are all the Muses mute?": IX. Aria (Tenor) - Ritornello - Chorus "O how blest is the Isle to which Caesar is given"
Ode, Z 343 "Why, why are all the Muses mute?": V. Aria (Bass) - Duet (Sopranos I-II) "Accurs'd rebellion reared his head"
Ode, Z 343 "Why, why are all the Muses mute?": VI. Ritornello - Duet (High Tenor, Bass) "Caesar for milder virtues honour'd more"
Ode, Z 343 "Why, why are all the Muses mute?": VII. Aria (Tenor) - Chorus "The many-headed beast is quelled at home"
Ode, Z 343 "Why, why are all the Muses mute?": VIII. Duet (Basses I-II) "In the equal balance laid"
Ode, Z 344 "Ye tuneful muses": I. Symphony
Ode, Z 344 "Ye tuneful muses": II. Duet (Basses I-II) - Ritornello - Chorus "Ye tuneful muses"
Ode, Z 344 "Ye tuneful muses": III. Aria (High Tenor) - Chorus - Ritornello "Be lively then and gay"
Ode, Z 344 "Ye tuneful muses": IV. Aria (Bass) - Chorus "In his just praise"
Ode, Z 344 "Ye tuneful muses": IX. Aria (High Tenor) - Chorus "Whilst in music and verse our duty we show"
Ode, Z 344 "Ye tuneful muses": V. Ritornell - Aria (Tenor) - Chorus "From the rattling of drums"
Ode, Z 344 "Ye tuneful muses": VI. Trio (Alto, High Tenor, Bass) "To music's softer but yet kind"
Ode, Z 344 "Ye tuneful muses": VII. Aria (Alto) - Ritornello "With him he brings the partner of his throne"
Ode, Z 344 "Ye tuneful muses": VIII. Duet (Sopranos I-II) "Happy in a mutual love"
Odes. Selections
Ody. Z320-344
Oedipus (1692), Z. 583: Song. "Music for a while"
Oedipus. Come away, do not stay
Oedipus, King of Thebes, Z. 583: Act III "Music for a While"
Oedipus, Z. 583 No. 2: Music for a while
Of all the instruments that are, Z. 263
Of old, when Heroes thought it base: “And in each track of glory since” (Tenor, Bass & Chorus)
Of old, when Heroes thought it base: “And now when the renown'd Nassau” (Countertenor & Tenor)
Of old, when Heroes thought it base: “Let music join” (Chorus)
Of old, when Heroes thought it base: “Of old, when Heroes thought it base” (Bass) / “Brigantium, honour’d with a race divine” (Countertenor & Bass)
Of old, when Heroes thought it base: “So when the glitt'ring Queen of Night” (Tenor)
Of old, when Heroes thought it base: “Sound all to him” (Bass recitative & Chorus)
Of old, when Heroes thought it base: “Sound, trumpets, sound!” (Countertenor)
Of old, when Heroes thought it base: Symphony
Of old, when Heroes thought it base: “The bashful Thames, for beauty so renowned” (Tenor & Chorus)
Of old, when Heroes thought it base: “The pale and purple rose” (Countertenor)
Of old, when heroes thought it base (The Yorkshire Feast Song): 'Sound, trumpets, sound!'
Of old, when heroes thought it base (The Yorkshire Feast Song): 'The pale and purple rose'
Of old, when Heroes thought it base: “They did no storms nor threat’nings fear” (Bass I & II)
Of old when heroes thought it base Z 333
Oft She Visits This Lov'd Mountain
Oh! what a scene does entertain my sight, Z. 506
Old bachelor. As Amoret and Thyrsis
old bachelor Marsch
Old Bachelor, Z. 607: I. Overture, The
Old Bachelor, Z. 607: II. Hornpipe, The
Old Bachelor, Z. 607: III. Slow Air, The
Old Bachelor, Z. 607: IV. Hornpipe, The
Old Bachelor, Z. 607: IX. Jig, The
Old Bachelor, Z. 607: V. Rondeau, The
Old Bachelor, Z. 607: VI. Minuet, The
Old Bachelor, Z. 607: VII. Bourree, The
Old Bachelor, Z. 607: VIII. March, The
Olinda in the shades unseen, Z. 404
On the brow of Richmond Hill, Z. 405
Once, twice, thrice I Julia tried, Z. 265
One Charming Night from The Fairy Queen
Operas. Selections
Oroonoko. Celemene, pray tell me
Oroonoko Z 584
Orpheus Britannicus: "Let sullen discorn smile"
Orpheus Britannicus: "So when the glittering Queen of Night"
Orpheus Britannicus: "Thou tun'st this world"
Orpheus Britannicus: "'Tis holiday" / "Sound, Fame, they brazen trumpet"
Orpheus Britannicus: "Why should men quarrel?"
Out of the deep have I called Z 45
Ouverture d'abdelazer
Ouverture de "King Arthur"
Ouvertüre und Suite, Vl 1 2 Va Z 770
Ouvertüren Z 771
Ouvertüren Z 772
Ouvertures Cordes, basse continue Si bémol majeur
Ouvertures Cordes Z 772 Sol mineur
Overture for 2 violins, 2 violas, and basso continuo in G minor, Z. 772
Overture for 2 violins, viola, and basso continuo in D minor, Z. 771
Overture in D major "The Fairy Queen", ZT. 692
Overture in G minor "The Virtuous Wife", ZT. 693
Overture in G, Z 770: [Andante]
Overture in G, Z 770: Borry
Overture in G, Z 770: [Brisk]
Overture in G, Z 770: [Jigg]
Overture in G, Z 770: Minuet
Overture in G, Z 770: [Rigadoon]
Overture. string orchestra; G major.
Overtures. Selections
Overtures, violins (2), viola, continuo, Z. 771, D minor
Overtures, violins (2), violas (2), continuo, Z. 772, G minor
Passacaglia
Pastora's beauties when unblown, Z. 407
Pastoral Elegy on the Death of John Playford "Gently shepherds, you that know", Z. 464
Pausanias: Air of Pandora "Sweeter than roses or cool evening breeze"
Pausanias, the betrayer of his country Z 585 2 My dearest, my fairest
Pausanias, the Betrayer of his Country, Z. 585: I. "Sweeter than roses"
Pavan for 2 violins and basso continuo in A major, Z. 748
Pavan for 2 violins and basso continuo in A minor, Z. 749
Pavan for 2 violins and basso continuo in B-flat major, Z. 750
Pavan for 2 violins and basso continuo in G minor, Z. 751
Pavan for 3 violins and basso continuo in G minor, Z. 752
Pavane et Chaconne en Sol mineur
Pavanen, Vl 1 2 3 Bc Z 752
Pavanen, Vl 1 2 Bc Z 748
Pavanen, Vl 1 2 Bc Z 749
Pavanen, Vl 1 2 Bc Z 751
Pavanes Violons (2), basse continue Z 748 La majeur
Pavanes Violons (2), basse continue Z 750 Si bémol majeur
Pavanes Violons (3), basse continue Z 752 Sol mineur
Pavans, violins (3), continuo, Z. 752, G minor
Phyllis, I can ne'er forgive it, Z. 408
Pious Celinda goes to pray'rs, Z. 410
Pious Celinda goes to prayers Z 410
Plaint : O Let Me Weep, For Ever WeepThePlaint: O Let Me Weep, For Ever Weep, The
Plung'd in the confines of despair, Z142
Pox on you for a fop, Z. 268
Praise the Lord, O Jerusalem, anthem for 2 sopranos, alto, tenor, bass, chorus, 2 violins, viola & organ, Z. 46: Be thou exalted, Lord, in thine own strength
Praise the Lord, O Jerusalem, anthem for 2 sopranos, alto, tenor, bass, chorus, 2 violins, viola & organ, Z. 46: Praise the Lord, O Jerusalem
Praise the Lord, O Jerusalem, anthem for 2 sopranos, alto, tenor, bass, chorus, 2 violins, viola & organ, Z. 46: Symphony
Praise the Lord, O Jerusalem, Z. 46: I. Symphony
Praise the Lord, O Jerusalem, Z. 46: II. Praise the Lord, O Jerusalem
Praise the Lord, O Jerusalem, Z. 46: III. Be Thou Exalted, Lord, in Thine Own Strength
Praise the Lord, O my soul, and all that is within me, Z. 47
Praise the Lord, O my soul, O Lord my God, Z. 48
Präludien, Vl Z 773
Prélude Baroque VII: Purcell
Prelude for recorder in D minor, Z. 773
Prelude from "The Fairy Queen"
Prelude in C major
Prelude in G minor, ZN 773
Prelude & Song (Orazia): They tell us that your mighty powers
Préludes Clavecin Z 652 La mineur
Preludes, violin, Z. N773, G minor
Préludes Violon Z N773 Sol mineur
Prince of Glorious Race Descended, A
Prithee be n't so sad and serious, Z. 269
Prithee ben't so sad and serious Z 269
Prophetess, or The History of Dioclesian, Z. 627: 1. First musick, The
Prophetess, or The History of Dioclesian, Z. 627: 2. Second musick, The
Prophetess, or The History of Dioclesian, Z. 627: 3. Ouverture, The
Prophetess, or The History of Dioclesian, Z. 627: Act 1. First Act Tune, The
Prophetess, or The History of Dioclesian, Z. 627: Act 2. Aria and Chorus "Since the toils and hazards of war", The
Prophetess, or The History of Dioclesian, Z. 627: Act 2. Aria and Ritornello "With dances and songs", The
Prophetess, or The History of Dioclesian, Z. 627: Act 2. Dance of the furies, The
Prophetess, or The History of Dioclesian, Z. 627: Act 2. Duet and Chorus "Let all mankind the pleasures share", The
Prophetess, or The History of Dioclesian, Z. 627: Act 2. Prelude – A Symphony of flutes in the air, The
Prophetess, or The History of Dioclesian, Z. 627: Act 2. Prelude and Aria "Charon the peaceful Shade invites", The
Prophetess, or The History of Dioclesian, Z. 627: Act 2. Prelude, Aria and Chorus "Great Diocles the Boar has kill'd", The
Prophetess, or The History of Dioclesian, Z. 627: Act 2. Prelude, Aria and Chorus "Let the soldier's rejoice", The
Prophetess, or The History of Dioclesian, Z. 627: Act 2. Quartet and Chorus "Let the priests with processions", The
Prophetess, or The History of Dioclesian, Z. 627: Act 2. Ritornello (2), The
Prophetess, or The History of Dioclesian, Z. 627: Act 2. Second act tune, The
Prophetess, or The History of Dioclesian, Z. 627: Act 2. Symphony for Trumpets and Violins, The
Prophetess, or The History of Dioclesian, Z. 627: Act 2. Trio and Chorus "To Mars let 'em raise", The
Prophetess, or The History of Dioclesian, Z. 627: Act 3. Prelude for Hautboys – Aria "What shall I do?", The
Prophetess, or The History of Dioclesian, Z. 627: Act 3. The Chair Dance, The
Prophetess, or The History of Dioclesian, Z. 627: Act 3. Third act tune, The
Prophetess, or The History of Dioclesian, Z. 627: Act 3. Two in one upon a Ground, Chaconne for flutes, The
Prophetess, or The History of Dioclesian, Z. 627: Act 4. Aria "Sound, Fame, thy brazen trumpet sound", The
Prophetess, or The History of Dioclesian, Z. 627: Act 4. Chorus "Let all rehearse", The
Prophetess, or The History of Dioclesian, Z. 627: Act 4. Dance – Butterfly Dance, The
Prophetess, or The History of Dioclesian, Z. 627: Act 4. Fourth act tune, The
Prophetess, or The History of Dioclesian, Z. 627: Act 4. Tune for Trumpets, The
Prophetess, or The History of Dioclesian, Z. 627: Act 5.: Masque: Aria and Chorus "All our days", The
Prophetess, or The History of Dioclesian, Z. 627: Act 5. Masque: Aria and Chorus "Let monarchs fight", The
Prophetess, or The History of Dioclesian, Z. 627: Act 5. Masque: Aria and Chorus "Let us dance", The
Prophetess, or The History of Dioclesian, Z. 627: Act 5. Masque: Aria and Ritornello "Still I'm wishing", The
Prophetess, or The History of Dioclesian, Z. 627: Act 5. Masque: "Call the nymphs", The
Prophetess, or The History of Dioclesian, Z. 627: Act 5. Masque: Canaries, The
Prophetess, or The History of Dioclesian, Z. 627: Act 5. Masque: Chorus "Behold, O mighty'st of Gods", The
Prophetess, or The History of Dioclesian, Z. 627: Act 5. Masque: Country Dance, The
Prophetess, or The History of Dioclesian, Z. 627: Act 5. Masque: Dance (2), The
Prophetess, or The History of Dioclesian, Z. 627: Act 5. Masque: Dance of Bacchanals, The
Prophetess, or The History of Dioclesian, Z. 627: Act 5. Masque: Duet "Come, come away", The
Prophetess, or The History of Dioclesian, Z. 627: Act 5. Masque: Duet "O the Sweet Delights of Love", The
Prophetess, or The History of Dioclesian, Z. 627: Act 5. Masque: Duet "Tell me why my charming fair", The
Prophetess, or The History of Dioclesian, Z. 627: Act 5. Masque: Paspe. The first entry of heroes on the stage, The
Prophetess, or The History of Dioclesian, Z. 627: Act 5. Masque: (Prelude and) Duet "Make room for the great god of wine", The
Prophetess, or The History of Dioclesian, Z. 627: Act 5. Masque: Trio and Chorus "Triumph, triumph, victorous Love", The
Prophetess, or The History of Dioclesian, Z. 627: Act 5. Song "Since from my dear Astrea's sight", The
Prophetess, or The History of Dioclesian, Z. 627: Song "When First I Saw Aurelia's Eyes", The
Prophetess (The History of Dioclesian), Act III: Prelude: Chaconne: Two in One Upon a Ground
Purcell - Argo
Purcell Companion, A
Purcell, Dido and Aeneas, Act III, Dido's Lament
Purcell: Dido and Aeneas: "With Drooping Wings"
Purcell Experience, The
Queen's Dolour Z 670, The
Queen's Epicedium, Z. 383 "Incassum Lesbia, incassum rogas", The
Queen's Funeral March, The
Queens dolour, Z. 670, The
Raise, raise the voice, Z334
Rashly I swore I would disown, Z. 411
Regulus or The faction of Carthage Z 586
reine indienne : Trumpet Overture, La
Rejoice in the Lord Alway, Verse Anthem Z. 49
Rejoice in the Lord Alway, Z49: Anthem
Rejoice in the Lord Always, Z. 49
Remember Me
Remember not, Lord, our offences, Z. 50
Retir'd from any mortal's sight
Return, revolting Rebels
Ricardo II: Pasticcio (Alfred Deller)
Richmond heiress. Behold the man that with gigantic might
Richmond heiress, or A woman once in the right Z 608
Rigadon
Rigadoon (piano accompaniment)
Rigaudon, ZD. 227
Riggadoon, Z. 653
Rival Sisters, or The Violence of Love, Z. 609: Celia has a thousand charms, The
roi Arthur : Acte III, Le
roi Arthur : Air (Air pour le 2e Acte), Le
Roi Arthur : Air du froid, Le
Roi Arthur - Come, shepherd, lead up a lively measure, Le
Roi Arthur - Ouverture, Le
Roi Arthur - Shepherd, shepherd, leave decoying, Le
Roi Arthur - What power art thou, Le
Roi Arthur - You hay it is mow'd, Le
Rondeau (from 'Abdelazer')
Rondeau from The Fairy Queen
Rondeau uit Abdelazar
Rondo [Britten's Theme]
Rondo ur Abdelazer
Round O from Abdelazar
Round O, ZT. 684
Rule a Wife and Have a Wife, Z. 587: "There's not a swain on the plain"
Saccharissa's Grown Old
Sanctus Z D 90
(Saraband) Borry in D-sol-re#, ZD 219 No. 2
Saraband with division, Z. 654
Saul and the Witch at Endor
Save me, o God Z 51
saw fair Cloris all alone Z 498, I
saw that you were grown so high Z 387, I
Sawney Is a Bonny Lad, Z. 412
Scotch tune
Second Act Tune: Hornpipe
Second Music - First Aire
Second Music: Rondeau from The Fairy Queen
Second Music - Second Aire (Hornpipe)
Secrecie's Song
See how the fading glories of the year, Z. 470
See, see the flags
See, See Your Royal Guest Appears
See the Flags and Streamers Curling
See where she sits, Z. 508
Sefauchi's farewell Clavecin Z 656 Ré mineur
Sefuchi's Farewell, Z. 656
Selections
Service Evening service
Services, Z. 230, B♭ major. Benedicite omnia opera
Services, Z. 230, B♭ major. Magnificat
Services, Z. 230, B♭ major. Nunc dimittis
Services, Z. 230, B♭ major. Selections
Set of Favourite Airs, Fantasies and Dances
Seven Songs: Fairest Isle
Seven Songs: I'll sail upon the Dog-star
Seven Songs: If music be the food of love
Seven Songs: Music for a while
Seven Songs: On the brow of Richmond Hill
Seven Songs: Pious Celinda
Seven Songs: Turn then thine eyes
Shake the Cloud from off Your Brow
She loves, and she confesses ("Honor")
She loves and she confesses too, Z. 413
She that would gain a faithful lover Z 414
Since God so tender a regard, Z. 143
Since the pox or the plague, Z. 471
Since time so kind to us does prove, Z. 272
Since women so false and so jiltish are grown Z D104
Sinfonia in D
Sing unto God, o ye kingdoms of the earth
Sing unto God, Z. 52
Sir Anthony Love Ouvertüre
Sir Anthony Love. Pursuing beauty men descry
Sir Barnaby Whigg, Z. 589: "Blow, Boreas, Blow"
Sir Walter enjoying his damsel, catch for 3 voices, Z. 273
Six Duets: I spy Celia
Six Duets: Lost is my quiet
Six Duets: No, resistance is but vain
Six Duets: Shepherd, leave decoying
Six Duets: Sound the Trumpet
Six Duets: What can we poor females do
Six Songs: If music be the food of love
Six Songs: Madd Bess
Six Songs: Man is for the Woman made
Six Songs: Not all my torments
Six Songs: Sweeter than roses
Six Songs: There's not a swain of the plain
Sleep, Adam, sleep and take thy rest Z 195
Soft notes and gently rais'd accent Z 510
Soft notes and gently raised, Z. 510
Soldier, take off thy wine Z 274
Solo (A follower of Hymen) & Chorus: Come. all, come at my call
Solo (Boy): By ancient prophesies
Solo (Cupid): The joys of wedlock
Solo (Envy): I fly from the place
Solo (Fame) & Chorus: i come to sing
Solo (Fame): Scorn'd Envy
Solo (Fames): Begone, curst fiends of Hell
Solo (Girl): Why should men quarrel?
Solo (God of Dreams): Seek not to know
Solo (High Priest) & Chorus: You, who at the altar stand
Solo (Hymen): Good People
Solo (Hymen): To bless the genial bed
Solo (Ismeron): You twice ten hundred deities
Solo (One of Cupid's followers): Sound the trumpet
Solo: Wake, Quivera, wake
Solo (Zempoalla): I attempt from Love's sickness
Sonata a 2
Sonata for Trumpet and Organ From "A Fairy Queen": Air
Sonata for Trumpet and Organ From "A Fairy Queen": Hornpipe
Sonata for Trumpet and Organ From "A Fairy Queen": Prélude
Sonata for Trumpet and Organ From "A Fairy Queen": Rondeau
Sonata for Trumpet and Strings: Adagio
Sonata for Trumpet and Strings: Allegro
Sonata for trumpet, strings, and basso continuo in D major, Z. 850: I. Allegro
Sonata for trumpet, strings, and basso continuo in D major, Z. 850: II. Adagio
Sonata for trumpet, strings, and basso continuo in D major, Z. 850: III. Presto
Sonata for Trumpet, Strings & Continuo in D major: 1. Allegro, 2. Adagio, 3. Allegro
Sonata for Trumpet & Strings in D major: 2. Adagio, 2. Allegro / The Gordian Knot Untied: Rondeau Minuet
Sonata for violin and basso continuo in G minor, Z. 780: I. Adagio
Sonata for violin and basso continuo in G minor, Z. 780: II. Allegro
Sonata for violin and basso continuo in G minor, Z. 780: III. Largo
Sonata for violin and basso continuo in G minor, Z. 780: IV. Vivace
Sonata I - B Minor
Sonata I in G Minor, Z. 790: I. Sonata
Sonata I in G Minor, Z. 790: II. Vivace
Sonata I in G Minor, Z. 790: III. Adagio
Sonata I in G Minor, Z. 790: IV. Presto
Sonata II - E Flat Major
Sonata II in B-Flat Major, Z. 791: I. Sonata
Sonata II in B-Flat Major, Z. 791: II. Largo
Sonata II in B-Flat Major, Z. 791: III. Presto
Sonata II in B-Flat Major, Z. 791: IV. Adagio
Sonata II in B-Flat Major, Z. 791: V. Vivace
Sonata II in B-Flat Major, Z. 791: VI. Allegro
Sonata III - A Minor
Sonata III in D Minor, Z. 792: I. Sonata
Sonata III in D Minor, Z. 792: II. Adagio
Sonata III in D Minor, Z. 792: III. Canzona
Sonata III in D Minor, Z. 792: IV. Adagio
Sonata III in D Minor, Z. 792: V. Poco largo
Sonata III in D Minor, Z. 792: VI. Allegro
Sonata in D major for flute and continuo
Sonata in D major for Trumpet and Organ: I. Pomposo
Sonata in D major, Mvt 1: Pomposo
Sonata in D major, Mvt 2: Andante maestoso
Sonata in D major, Mvt 3: Allegro
Sonata in G Minor for Violin and Continuo, Z. 780: Adagio Con Espressione
Sonata in G Minor for Violin and Continuo, Z. 780: Adagio-Moderato
Sonata in G Minor for Violin and Continuo, Z. 780: Vivace
Sonata in G Minor (Ground on a Bass of Lully), Adagio
Sonata in Three Parts in G No. 8
Sonata IV - D Minor
Sonata IV in X Major, Z. 793: I. Sonata
Sonata IV in X Major, Z. 793: II. Canzona
Sonata IV in X Major, Z. 793: III. Poco largo
Sonata IV in X Major, Z. 793: IV. Allegro
Sonata IX - F Major - The Golden Sonata
Sonata IX in C Minor, Z. 798: I. Sonata
Sonata IX in C Minor, Z. 798: II. Largo
Sonata IX in C Minor, Z. 798: III. Canzona
Sonata IX in C Minor, Z. 798: IV. Adagio
Sonata IX in C Minor, Z. 798: V. Allegro
Sonata No.1 in B minor
Sonata No.10 in D major
Sonata No. 2 in C in Three Parts
Sonata No.2 in E flat major
Sonata No.3 in A minor
Sonata No.4 in D minor
Sonata No.5 in G minor
Sonata No. 6 in G Minor in Three Parts
Sonata No.7 in C major
Sonata No.8 in G minor
Sonata No.9 in F major
"Sonata's Of III Parts" für zwei Violinen, Viola Da Gamba und Generalbaß, Sonata No.6 C-Dur: 1. Sonate
Sonata [Suite] For Trumpet, 2 Violins, Viola & Continuo in D Major, Z. 850
Sonata V in A Minor, Z. 794: I. Sonata
Sonata V in A Minor, Z. 794: II. Adagio
Sonata V in A Minor, Z. 794: III. Largo
Sonata V in A Minor, Z. 794: IV. Grave
Sonata V in A Minor, Z. 794: V. Canzona
Sonata V in A Minor, Z. 794: VI. Adagio
Sonata V in G minor - Chaconne
Sonata VI - G Minor
Sonata VI in C Major, Z. 795: I. Sonata
Sonata VI in C Major, Z. 795: II. Canzona
Sonata VI in C Major, Z. 795: III. Largo
Sonata VI in C Major, Z. 795: IV. Allegro
Sonata VII - C Major
Sonata VII in E Minor, Z. 796: I. Sonata
Sonata VII in E Minor, Z. 796: II. Canzona
Sonata VII in E Minor, Z. 796: III. Largo
Sonata VII in E Minor, Z. 796: IV. Grave
Sonata VII in E Minor, Z. 796: V. Vivace
Sonata VII in E Minor, Z. 796: VI. Adagio
Sonata VIII in G Major, Z. 797: I. Sonata
Sonata VIII in G Major, Z. 797: II. Poco largo
Sonata VIII in G Major, Z. 797: III. Allegro
Sonata VIII in G Major, Z. 797: IV. Grave
Sonata VIII in G Major, Z. 797: V. Vivace
Sonata While the Sun Rises from The Fairy Queen: allegro-adagio-allegro
Sonata While the Sun Rises from The Fairy Queen: Canzona
Sonata X - D Major
Sonata X in A Major, Z. 799: I. Sonata
Sonata X in A Major, Z. 799: II. Largo
Sonata X in A Major, Z. 799: III. Grave
Sonata X in A Major, Z. 799: IV. Presto
Sonata XI in F Minor, Z. 800: I. Sonata
Sonata XI in F Minor, Z. 800: II. Canzona
Sonata XI in F Minor, Z. 800: III. Adagio
Sonata XI in F Minor, Z. 800: IV. Largo
Sonata XII in D Major, Z. 801: I. Sonata
Sonata XII in D Major, Z. 801: II. Canzona
Sonata XII in D Major, Z. 801: III. Poco largo
Sonata XII in D Major, Z. 801: IV. Grave
Sonata XII in D Major, Z. 801: V. Presto
Sonata XII in D Major, Z. 801: VI. Allegro
Sonatas, violin, continuo, Z. 780, G minor
Sonatas, violins (2), bass instrument, continuo, Z. 802, B minor
Sonatas, violins (2), bass instrument, continuo, Z. 803, E♭ major
Sonate for Trumpet and strings in D
Sonate VII en mi mineur, Z.796: Grave
Sonaten Trp Orch Z 850
Sonaten Vl 1 2 Baß-Instr. Bc Z 791
Sonaten Vl 1 2 Baß-Instr. Bc Z 795
Sonaten Vl 1 2 Baß-Instr. Bc Z 799
Sonaten Vl 1 2 Baß-Instr. Bc Z 808
Sonaten Vl 1 2 Baß-Instr. Bc Z 810
Sonaten Vl 1 2 Baß-Instr. Bc Z 811
Sonaten, Vl 1 2 Bc Z 792
Sonaten, Vl 1 2 Bc Z 796
Sonaten, Vl 1 2 Bc Z 800
Sonaten Vl 1 2 Bc Z 802
Sonaten, Vl 1 2 Bc Z 805
Sonaten, Vl 1 2 Bc Z 806
Sonaten, Vl 1 2 Bc Z 807
Sonaten, Vl 1 2 Bc Z 809
Sonaten, Vl Bc Z 780
Sonates en trio Z 780 Sol mineur
sonates en trio Z 790-801
Sonates en trio Z 790 Sol mineur
Sonates en trio Z 792 Ré mineur
Sonates en trio Z 794 La mineur
Sonates en trio Z 795 Do majeur
Sonates en trio Z 796 Mi mineur
Sonates en trio Z 797 Sol majeur
Sonates en trio Z 798 Do mineur
Sonates en trio Z 799 La majeur
Sonates en trio Z 801 Ré majeur
Sonates, violins (2), baix continu, Z. 802-811
Sonates Violons (2), basse de viole, basse continue Z 810 Fa majeur
Sonates Violons (2), viole de gambe, basse continue Z 803 Mi bémol majeur
Sonates Violons (2), viole de gambe, basse continue Z 806 Sol mineur
Sonates Violons (2), viole de gambe, basse continue Z 807 Sol mineur
Sonates Violons (2), viole de gambe, basse continue Z 808 Do majeur
Sonates Violons (2), viole de gambe, basse continue Z 811 Ré majeur
song tune, ZT. 695, A
Song, Z. 382 "I love and I must"
Song, Z. 400 "Not all my torments"
Song, Z 402: "O! fair Cedaria, hide those eyes"
Song, Z 413 "She Loves and she Confesses too"
Song, Z. 421 "The fatal hour comes apace"
Songs. Selections
Songtune, ZT. 694
Sophonisba Beneath the poplar's shadow
Sophonisba, Z. 590
Sound the trumpet, beat the drum Chaconne
Sound the trumpet, beat the drum (Welcome Ode for James II), for 2 altos, tenors, basses, chorus, strings & continuo, Z. 335: Crown the year, and crown the day
Sound the trumpet, beat the drum (Welcome Ode for James II), for 2 altos, tenors, basses, chorus, strings & continuo, Z. 335: Let Caesar and Urania live
Sound the trumpet, beat the drum (Welcome Ode for James II), for 2 altos, tenors, basses, chorus, strings & continuo, Z. 335: Sound the trumpet, beat the drum
Sound the trumpet, beat the drum (Welcome Ode for James II), for 2 altos, tenors, basses, chorus, strings & continuo, Z. 335: Symphony
Sound the trumpet, beat the drum (Welcome Ode for James II), for 2 altos, tenors, basses, chorus, strings & continuo, Z. 335: To caesar all hail. unequall'd in arms
Sound the trumpet, beat the drum (Welcome Ode for James II), for 2 altos, tenors, basses, chorus, strings & continuo, Z. 335: To Urania and Caesar delights without measure
Sound the trumpet, beat the drum (Welcome Ode for James II), for 2 altos, tenors, basses, chorus, strings & continuo, Z. 335: What greater bliss can Fate bestow
Sound the trumpet, beat the drum (Welcome Ode for James II), for 2 altos, tenors, basses, chorus, strings & continuo, Z. 335: While Caesar, like the morning star
Spanish friar. Whilst I with grief did on you look
Spanish friar Z 610
Spite of the godhead, pow'rful love, Z. 417
spy Celia, Celia eyes me Z 499, I
Staircase Overture for 2 violins and basso continuo in B-flat major, Z. 614, The
Stay, Prince and Hear Great Jove's Command
Stript of their green our groves appear Z 444
Suite for 2 violins, viola, and basso continuo in G major: I. Overture
Suite for 2 violins, viola, and basso continuo in G major: II. Air
Suite for 2 violins, viola, and basso continuo in G major: III. Borry
Suite for 2 violins, viola, and basso continuo in G major: IV. Air
Suite for 2 violins, viola, and basso continuo in G major: V. Jigg
Suite for 2 violins, viola, and basso continuo in G major, Z. 770
Suite for Organ and Orchestra
Suite for Strings in C major
Suite for Strings, Woodwind & Horns: I. Andante maestoso - Allegro (The Gordian Knot Untied)
Suite for Strings, Woodwind & Horns: II. Tempo di minuetto (The Virtuous Wife)
Suite for Strings, Woodwind & Horns: III. Andantino (King Arthur)
Suite for Strings, Woodwind & Horns: IV. Allegretto giocoso (Abdelazar)
Suite for Strings, Woodwind & Horns: V. Largo (Dido and Aeneas)
Suite for Strings, Woodwind & Horns: VI. Allegro (King Arthur)
Suite for 'The Indian Queen': Overture - Air I - Air II - Air III - Trumpet Tune
Suite for Trumpet and Orchestra
Suite from King Arthur: I. Overture. Maestoso – Allegro (No. 2, 2nd music)
Suite from King Arthur: II. Air. Tempo di Menuetto (No. 3, 2nd music)
Suite from King Arthur: III. Hornpipe. Allegro non troppo (No. 30, 3rd act)
Suite from King Arthur: IV. Fairest Isle. Allegretto (No. 40, 4th act)
Suite from King Arthur: V. Air. Allegro leggiero (No. 33, 5th act)
Suite from King Arthur: VI. Chaconne. Allegretto (No. 1, 1st act)
Suite From the Fairy Queen II
Suite from The Fairy Queen Z629: Chaconne for Chinese man and woman
Suite from The Fairy Queen Z629: Dance for the Fairies
Suite from The Fairy Queen Z629: Hornpipe
Suite from The Fairy Queen Z629: Monkeys' Dance
Suite from The Fairy Queen Z629: Prelude
Suite from The Fairy Queen Z629: Rondeau
Suite from The Fairy Queen Z629: Song Tune
Suite from The Fairy Queen Z629: Symphony
Suite: I. Rondeau
Suite: II. Slow Air
Suite: III. Air
Suite in C: Ayre "The Queen's Dolour"
Suite in C: Bell Sinfonia
Suite in C: Fanfare & March
Suite in C: Trumpet Tune and Ayre
Suite in C: Voluntary in C
Suite in C: Voluntary "Old One Hundredth"
Suite in D for Harpsichord, Z. 667: Almand
Suite in D for Harpsichord, Z. 667: Hornpipe
Suite in D for Harpsichord, Z. 667: Prelude
Suite No. 1 (part 1)
Suite No. 1 (part 2)
Suite No. 1 (part 3)
Suite No. 1 (part 4)
Suite No. 1 (part 5)
Suite of 4 parts in G major, Z. 770: I. Overture
Suite of 4 parts in G major, Z. 770: II. Sarabande
Suite of 4 parts in G major, Z. 770: III. Bourrée
Suite of 4 parts in G major, Z. 770: IV. Minuet
Suite of 4 parts in G major, Z. 770: V. Jig
Suite of Five Pieces: I. Trumpet Tune
Suite of Five Pieces: II. Echo Pastorale
Suite of Five Pieces: III. Hornpipe
Suite of Five Pieces: IV. When I am Laid in Earth
Suite of Five Pieces: V. Largo and Allegro: Allegro
Suite of Five Pieces: V. Largo and Allegro: Largo
Suite string orchestra; B flat major
Suiten, Kl Z 661
Suiten, Kl Z 662
Suiten, Kl Z 665
Suiten, Kl Z 668
Suiten, Kl Z 669
Suites clave
Suites Clavecin No 2 Z 661 Sol mineur
Suites Clavecin No 4 Z 663 La mineur
Suites Clavecin No 5 Z 666 Do majeur
Suites Clavecin No 7 Z 668 Ré mineur
Suites Clavecin No 8 Z 669 Fa majeur
Suites, harpsichord. Z. 660-663
Suites, harpsichord, Z. 664, B♭ major
Suites, harpsichord, Z. 665, C major. Jigg
Suites, harpsichord. Z. 666-669
Suites, harpsichord, Z. 666, C major
Suites Trompette, orgue
Suity. Klawesyn (wybór)
Sum up all the delights Z 275
summer's absence unconcerned we bear, Z. 337: Symphony, The
surrender of Lim'rick Z 278
Sweet, be no longer sad Z 418
Sweeter than roses: Ed. Britten
Sweeter Than Roses (From Pausanias)
Sweetness of nature
Swifter, Isis, swifter flow
Sylvia, now your scorn give over, Z. 420
Sylvia, 'tis true you're fair, Z. 512
Symphony - Canzona From "The Fairy Queen"
Symphony & Chorus: All dismal sounds
Symphony & Chorus for Oberon’s Birthday (excerpt 1)
Symphony & Chorus for Oberon’s Birthday (excerpt 2)
Symphony from Now Does the Glorious Day Appear
Symphony from 'The Fairy Queen,' Act Four: Adagio
Symphony from 'The Fairy Queen,' Act Four: Allegro maestoso
Symphony from 'The Fairy Queen,' Act Four: Allegro marziale
Symphony from 'The Fairy Queen,' Act Four: Canzona
Symphony from 'The Fairy Queen,' Act Four: Largo
Symphony From the Fairy Queen (From the Fairy Queen)
Symphony in C from King Arthur
Symphony While the Swans Come Forward from The Fair Queen
Te Deum and Jubilate Deo, for St. Cecilia's Day, Z. 232
Te Deum and Jubilate Deo in D, Z. 232: I. We praise thee, O God
Te Deum and Jubilate Deo in D, Z. 232: II. The father of an infinite majesty
Te Deum and Jubilate Deo in D, Z. 232: III. When thou took'st upon thee to deliver man
Te Deum and Jubilate Deo in D, Z. 232: IV. O Lord, save thy people
Te Deum and Jubilate Deo in D, Z. 232: IX. Glory be to the father
Te Deum and Jubilate Deo in D, Z. 232: Jubilate Deo
Te Deum and Jubilate Deo in D, Z. 232: Te Deum
Te Deum and Jubilate Deo in D, Z. 232: V. Vouchsafe, O Lord, to keep us this day without sin
Te Deum and Jubilate Deo in D, Z. 232: VI. O be joyful in the Lord, all ye lands
Te Deum and Jubilate Deo in D, Z. 232: VII. Be ye sure that the Lord he is God
Te Deum and Jubilate Deo in D, Z. 232: VIII. For the Lord is gracious
Te Deum in B-flat
Te Deum & Jubilate (Taverner Consort & Players)
Tell me, some pitying angel 'The Blessed Virgin's Expostulation', Z. 196
Tempest, Act II, Arise, arise, ye subteranean winds, The
Tempest, Act II, Around, around we pace, around this accursed place, The
Tempest, Act II, Dance of Winds, The
Tempest, Act II, Where does the black fiend Ambition reside?, The
Tempest, Act III, Come unto these yellow sands ... Hark! hark! the watchdogs bark, The
Tempest, Act III, Dry those eyes which are o'erflowing, The
Tempest, Act III, Full fathom five thy father lies, The
Tempest, Act III, Kind fortune smiles, The
Tempest, Act IV, Dance of Devils, The
Tempest, Act IV, Dear pretty youth unveil those eyes, The
Tempest, Act IV, The sailors' dance, The
Tempest, Act V, Aeolus, you must apprear,my great commands to hear ... While these pass o'er the deep, your stormy winds must cease, The
Tempest, Act V, Great Neptune! now no more let Aeolus enrage the sea, The
Tempest, Act V, Halcyon days, now wars are ending, you shal find wheree'er you sail, The
Tempest, Act V, No stars again shall hurt you from above, The
Tempest, Act V, See, see, the heavens smile, The
Tempest, Act V, The Nereids and Tritons shall sing and shall play, The
Tempest, Act V, Your awful voice I hear and I obey ... Come down, my blusterers, swell no more, The
tempest: Dance of the devils, The
Tempest: First Act Tune: Flourish of Musick, The
Tempest: Fourth Act Tune: Dance of Four Trytons, The
Tempest: Fourth Act Tune: Dance of Trytons and Nereides, The
Tempest: Fourth Act Tune: Dance of Twelve Trytons, The
Tempest: Fourth Act Tune: Soft Music on the Rocks, The
Tempest (Monteverdi Choir & Orchestra feat. conductor: John Eliot Gardiner), The
Tempest, Overture, The
Tempest: Third Act Tune: Dear Pretty Youth, The
tempest Z 631/10 Dear pretty youth
Tempest, Z. 631: Act II "Arise, ye subterranean winds", The
Tempest, Z. 631: Act II. "Come Unto These Yellow Sands", The
Tempest, Z. 631: Act V. The Masque of Neptune and Amphitrite, The
Tempest, Z. 631: Dear pretty youth, The
Tempest, Z. 631: "Dry Those Eyes", The
Tempest, Z. 631: "Full Fathom Five", The
tempête : No stars again shall hurt you, La
Ten Sonatas in Four Parts (London Baroque)
Ten Sonatas in Four Parts: Sonata No. 9" F (Golden Sonata), Z. 810: Adagio
Ten Sonatas in Four Parts: Sonata No. 9" F (Golden Sonata), Z. 810: Canzona Allegro
Ten Sonatas in Four Parts: Sonata No. 9" F (Golden Sonata), Z. 810: Grave
Ten Sonatas in IV Parts
Thanks to These Lovesome Vales
Theatre of Musick, Book II: If grief has any pow'r to kill, The
There ne'er was so wretched a lover as I Z 513
They say you're angry, Z. 422
They say youre angry ("The Rich Rivall")
They that go down to the sea in ships Z 57
They that go down to the sea in ships, Z57
Third Act Tune (Rondeau)
This Poet Sings the Trojan Wars, Z. 423
Thou know'st, Lord, the secrets of our hearts, Z58b
Thou know'st, Lord Z 58B
Thou Knowest Lord the Secrets
Thou Wakeful Sheperd
Thou wakeful shepherd 'A morning hymn', Z. 198
Thou wakeful shepherd that dost Israel keep (A Morning Hymn), Z198
thousand sev'ral ways I tried, Z. 359, A
Three Divine Hymns: Evening Hymn
Three Divine Hymns: Lord, what is man?
Three Divine Hymns: We sing to him
Three Pieces for Strings
Thy Hand, Belinda, Darkness Shades Me
Thy righteousness, O God, is very high, Z. 59
Thy way, O God, is holy, Z. 60
Thy word is a lantern unto my feet, Z. 61
Thy word is a latern unto my feet
Timeless Music of Purcell, The
Timon of Ahtens, Z 632: Curtain tune
Timon of Athens, A symphony of Pipes imitating the chirping of Birds, Hark, how the songsters of the grove sing
Timon of Athens, But ah! how much are our delights more dear
Timon of Athens - Chaconne Z 680
Timon of Athens, Come all, come all to me, make haste
Timon of Athens, Come, let us agree, there are pleasures divine
Timon of Athens, Love in their little veins inspires their cheerful notes
Timon of Athens, Love quickly is pall'd, tho' with labour, 'tis gain'd
Timon of Athens, Return, revolting rebels! Where d'ye go?
Timon of Athens. Selections
Timon of Athens, The cares of lovers, their alarms, their sighs, their tears
Timon of Athens, the man-hater Ouvertüre
Timon of Athens, the man-hater Return, revolting rebels
Timon of Athens, the man-hater Z 632 10b Hark ! How the songsters
Timon of Athens, Z. 632: 1. Overture
Timon of Athens, Z. 632: 10. Solo "The cares of lovers"
Timon of Athens, Z. 632: 11. Solo "Love quickly is pall'd"
Timon of Athens, Z. 632: 13. Chorus "Come, let us agree"
Timon of Athens, Z. 632: 14. Curtain Tune on a Ground
Timon of Athens, Z. 632: 2. Duet "Hark! How the songsters of the grove"
Timon of Athens, Z. 632: 3. Solo "Love in their little veins inspires"
Timon of Athens, Z. 632: 4. Trio "But ah! How much are our delights"
Timon of Athens, Z. 632: 6. Chorus "But over us no griefs prevail"
Timon of Athens, Z. 632: 8. Chorus "Who can resist such mighty charms"
Timon of Athens, Z. 632: 9. Solo "Return, revolting rebels"
Timon Of Athens, Z.632, The Masque: Curtain Tune on a Ground
Timon Of Athens, Z.632, The Masque: no. 1 Duet "Hark! How the songsters of the grove"
Timon Of Athens, Z.632, The Masque: no. 10 Solo "Love quickly is pall'd"
Timon Of Athens, Z.632, The Masque: no. 11&12 Duet&Chorus "Come, let us agree"
Timon Of Athens, Z.632, The Masque: no. 2 Solo "Love in their little veins inspires"
Timon Of Athens, Z.632, The Masque: no. 3 Trio "But ah! how much are our delights"
Timon Of Athens, Z.632, The Masque: no. 8 Solo "Return, revolting rebels"
Timon Of Athens, Z.632, The Masque: Nos.4&5 Solo&Chorus "Hence with your trifling deity": "But over us no griefs prevail"
Timon Of Athens, Z.632, The Masque: Nos.6&7 Solo&Chorus "Come all, come all to me": "Who can resist such mighty charms?"
Timon Of Athens, Z.632, The Masque: "The Cares Of Lovers"
'Tis easy to force Z 279
'Tis too late for a coach Z 280
'Tis women makes us love, catch for 4 voices, Z. 281
Title Music from A Clockwork Orange
To all lovers of music Z 282
To Arms, Heroic Prince
To the hills
To thee and to a maid Z 283
To Thee and to the Maid
To this place we're now come Z N526
Tokkaten, Kl Z D 229
Tom, making a mantua for a lass Z D106
Tom the Tailor
Tpt Tune and Ayre
Trio (Envy & two assistants): What flatt'ring noise
Trio Sonata in 3 parts no. 1 in G minor, Z. 790
Trio Sonata in 3 parts no. 10 in A major, Z. 799
Trio Sonata in 3 parts no. 11 in F minor, Z. 800
Trio Sonata in 3 parts no. 12 in D major, Z. 801
Trio Sonata in 3 parts no. 2 in B-flat major, Z. 791
Trio Sonata in 3 parts no. 3 in D minor, Z. 792
Trio Sonata in 3 parts no. 4 in F major, Z. 793
Trio Sonata in 3 parts no. 5 in A minor, Z. 794
Trio Sonata in 3 parts no. 6 in C major, Z. 795
Trio Sonata in 3 parts no. 7 in E minor, Z. 796
Trio Sonata in 3 parts no. 8 in G major, Z. 797
Trio Sonata in 3 parts no. 9 in C minor, Z. 798
Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 1 in B minor, Z. 802: I. Adagio
Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 1 in B minor, Z. 802: II. Canzona
Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 1 in B minor, Z. 802: III. Largo
Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 1 in B minor, Z. 802: IV. Vivace
Trio Sonata in 4 parts No. 1 in G minor, Z. 802: I. Adagio
Trio Sonata in 4 parts No. 1 in G minor, Z. 802: II. Canzona: Allegro
Trio Sonata in 4 parts No. 1 in G minor, Z. 802: III. Largo
Trio Sonata in 4 parts No. 1 in G minor, Z. 802: IV. Vivace - Grave
Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 10 in D major, Z. 811: I. Adagio
Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 10 in D major, Z. 811: II. Canzona (allegro)
Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 10 in D major, Z. 811: III. Grave
Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 10 in D major, Z. 811: IV. Largo
Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 10 in D major, Z. 811: V. Allegro
Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 2 in E-flat major, Z. 803: I. Adagio
Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 2 in E-flat major, Z. 803: II. Canzona (allegro)
Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 2 in E-flat major, Z. 803: III. Adagio
Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 2 in E-flat major, Z. 803: IV. Largo
Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 2 in E-flat major, Z. 803: V. Allegro
Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 3 in A minor, Z. 804: I. Grave
Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 3 in A minor, Z. 804: II. Largo
Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 3 in A minor, Z. 804: III. Adagio
Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 3 in A minor, Z. 804: IV. Canzona
Trio Sonata in 4 parts No. 3 in A minor, Z. 804: V. [Allegro] 9/8 - Grave
Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 4 in D minor, Z. 805: I. Adagio
Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 4 in D minor, Z. 805: II. Canzona
Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 4 in D minor, Z. 805: III. Adagio
Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 4 in D minor, Z. 805: IV. Vivace
Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 4 in D minor, Z. 805: V. Largo
Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 5 in G minor, Z. 806: I. Adagio
Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 5 in G minor, Z. 806: II. Canzona
Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 5 in G minor, Z. 806: III. Largo
Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 5 in G minor, Z. 806: IV. Adagio
Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 5 in G minor, Z. 806: V. Presto
Trio Sonata in 4 parts No. 5 in G minor, Z. 806: VI. Allegro - Adagio
Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 5 in G minor, Z. 806: VII. Adagio
Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 6 in G minor (Chaconne), Z. 807
Trio Sonata in 4 parts No. 6 in G minor "Ground on the Bass of Lully's 'Scocca pur'", Z. 807
Trio Sonata in 4 parts No. 7 in C major, Z. 808 [appendix]: Canzona
Trio Sonata in 4 parts No. 7 in C major, Z. 808 [appendix]: Grave
Trio Sonata in 4 parts No. 7 in C major, Z. 808 [appendix]: Largo
Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 7 in C major, Z. 808: I. Vivace
Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 7 in C major, Z. 808: II. Largo
Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 7 in C major, Z. 808: III. Grave
Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 7 in C major, Z. 808: IV. Canzona
Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 7 in C major, Z. 808: V. Allegro
Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 7 in C major, Z. 808: VI. Adagio
Trio Sonata in 4 parts No. 8 in G minor, Z. 809 [appendix]: Grave
Trio Sonata in 4 parts No. 8 in G minor, Z. 809 [appendix]: Largo
Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 8 in G minor, Z. 809: I. Adagio
Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 8 in G minor, Z. 809: II. Canzona
Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 8 in G minor, Z. 809: III. Grave
Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 8 in G minor, Z. 809: IV. Largo
Trio Sonata in 4 parts No. 8 in G minor, Z. 809: V. Allegro
Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 8 in G minor, Z. 809: V. Vivace
Trio Sonata in 4 parts No. 9 in F major "Golden", Z. 810: I.
Trio Sonata in 4 parts No. 9 in F major "Golden", Z. 810: II. Adagio
Trio Sonata in 4 parts No. 9 in F major "Golden", Z. 810: III. Canzona: Allegro
Trio Sonata in 4 parts No. 9 in F major "Golden", Z. 810: IV. Grave
Trio Sonata in 4 parts No. 9 in F major "Golden", Z. 810: V. Allegro
Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 9 in F major, Z. 810: I. Vivace
Trio Sonata No. 10 in D major, Z 811: IV. Largo - Allegro
Trio Sonata No.2 in C major
Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 1 in G minor, Z. 790: I. Adagio
Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 1 in G minor, Z. 790: II. Vivace
Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 1 in G minor, Z. 790: III. Adagio, Presto
Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 1 in G minor, Z. 790: IV. Largo
Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 10 in A major, Z. 799: I. Adagio
Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 10 in A major, Z. 799: II. Largo
Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 10 in A major, Z. 799: III. Grave, Presto
Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 11 in F minor, Z. 800: I. Adagio
Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 11 in F minor, Z. 800: II. Canzona
Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 11 in F minor, Z. 800: III. Adagio
Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 11 in F minor, Z. 800: IV. Largo
Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 12 in D major, Z. 801: I. Adagio
Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 12 in D major, Z. 801: II. Canzona
Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 12 in D major, Z. 801: III. Poco Largo
Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 12 in D major, Z. 801: IV. Grave, Presto
Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 12 in D major, Z. 801: V. Allegro
Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 2 in B-flat major, Z. 791: I. Adagio
Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 2 in B-flat major, Z. 791: II. Largo, Presto
Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 2 in B-flat major, Z. 791: III. Adagio
Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 2 in B-flat major, Z. 791: IV. Allegro
Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 3 in D minor, Z. 792: I. Grave, Adagio
Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 3 in D minor, Z. 792: II. Canzona
Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 3 in D minor, Z. 792: III. Poco Largo, Allegro
Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 4 in F major, Z. 793: I. Adagio
Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 4 in F major, Z. 793: II. Canzona
Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 4 in F major, Z. 793: III. Poco Largo
Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 4 in F major, Z. 793: IV. Allegro
Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 5 in A minor, Z. 794: I. Canzona
Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 5 in A minor, Z. 794: II. Adagio
Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 5 in A minor, Z. 794: III. Largo
Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 5 in A minor, Z. 794: IV. Grave, Canzona
Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 6 in C major, Z. 795: I. Adagio
Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 6 in C major, Z. 795: II. Canzona
Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 6 in C major, Z. 795: III. Largo
Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 6 in C major, Z. 795: IV. Allegro
Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 7 in E minor, Z. 796: I. Adagio
Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 7 in E minor, Z. 796: II. Canzona
Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 7 in E minor, Z. 796: III. Largo
Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 7 in E minor, Z. 796: IV. Grave
Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 7 in E minor, Z. 796: V. Vivace
Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 8 in G major, Z. 797: I. Canzona
Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 8 in G major, Z. 797: II. Poco Largo, Allegro
Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 8 in G major, Z. 797: III. Grave, Vivace
Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 9 in C minor, Z. 798: I. Adagio
Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 9 in C minor, Z. 798: II. Largo
Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 9 in C minor, Z. 798: III. Canzona, Adagio
Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 9 in C minor, Z. 798: IV. Allegro
Trio sonatas, violins, continuo, Z. 790, G minor
Trio sonatas, violins, continuo, Z. 791, B♭ major
Trio sonatas, violins, continuo, Z. 792, D minor
Trio sonatas, violins, continuo, Z. 798, C minor
Triosonatas violines, bajo continuo, Z. 790-801
Triosonatas violines, bajo continuo, Z. 790 sol menor
Triosonatas violines, bajo continuo, Z. 791 si bemol mayor
Triosonatas violines, bajo continuo, Z. 792 re menor
Triosonatas violines, bajo continuo, Z. 793 fa mayor
Triosonatas violines, bajo continuo, Z. 794 la menor
Triosonatas violines, bajo continuo, Z. 795 do mayor
Triosonatas violines, bajo continuo, Z. 796 mi menor
Triosonatas violines, bajo continuo, Z. 797 sol mayor
Triosonatas violines, bajo continuo, Z. 798 do menor
Triosonatas violines, bajo continuo, Z. 799 la mayor
Triosonatas violines, bajo continuo, Z. 800 fa menor
Triosonatas violines, bajo continuo, Z. 801 re mayor
Triosonatas violines, bajo continuo, Z. 802-811
Triumphing Dance, The
Trompetenkonzert in D-Dur - Pomposo
True Englishmen drink a good health, Z. 284
Trumpet Concerto in D
Trumpet minuet Clavecin Z 611, no 8
Trumpet minuet, ZD. 230
Trumpet Overture from "The Indian Queen"
Trumpet Overture uit 'Indian Queen'
Trumpet Sonata in D major: III. Allegro
Trumpet Sonata in D major No.2: I. Grave - Allegro
Trumpet Sonata in D major No.2: II. Adagio
Trumpet Sonata in D major No.2: III. March
Trumpet Sonata: Moderato
Trumpet Symphony
Trumpet Tune and Air "The Cebell"
Trumpet Tune and Ayre
Trumpet tune called the Cibell, ZT. 678
Trumpet Tune "Cibell" for harpsichord in C major, ZT 678 (arr. trumpets: Elgar Howarth)
Trumpet tune Clavecin Z S 124 Ré majeur
Trumpet tune Clavecin Z T678 Do majeur
Trumpet tune Clavecin Z T698 Do majeur
Trumpet Tune from King Arthur
Trumpet Tune (From the Indian Queen)
Trumpet Tune in D Major
Trumpet tune Z 678
Trumpet tune, ZT. 697
Trumpet tune, ZT. 698
Trumpet tunes
Trumpet Voluntary (J. Clarke)
Tune in D major
Turn, then thine eyes
Turn thou us, O good Lord, Z. 62
Twas Within a Furlong of Edinburgh Town
Twelve Sonatas of Three Parts (London Baroque)
Two Divine Hymns and Alleluia: A Morning Hymn
Two Divine Hymns and Alleluia: Alleluia
Two Divine Hymns and Alleluia: In the black dismal dungeon of despair
Two Trumpet Tunes and Air
Tyrannic Love, or The Royal Martyr, Z. 613: Act IV "Ah! How Sweet It Is to Love"
Under a green elm lies Luke Shepherd's helm Z 285
Under this stone lies Gabriel John, Z. 286
Unto Thee will I cry, O Lord. Unto Thee
Unto Thee will I cry, Z. 63
Upon a Quiet Conscience, Z. 184 "Close thine eyes"
Urge me no more, Z. 426
Verse anthems: O sing unto the Lord
Verse anthems: Voluntary in D minor
Verse in F major, Z. 716
Verse in the Phrygian mode, ZS. 126
Verse Orgue Z 716 Fa majeur
Vihkiäisoodi Tanskan prinssi Yrjölle ja prinsessa Annelle: As Fame, Great Sir
Vihkiäisoodi Tanskan prinssi Yrjölle ja prinsessa Annelle: From Hardy Climes
Vihkiäisoodi Tanskan prinssi Yrjölle ja prinsessa Annelle: Hence Without Scheme
Vihkiäisoodi Tanskan prinssi Yrjölle ja prinsessa Annelle: Sinfonia
Vihkiäisoodi Tanskan prinssi Yrjölle ja prinsessa Annelle: So All The Boons
Vihkiäisoodi Tanskan prinssi Yrjölle ja prinsessa Annelle: The Sparrow And The Gentle Dove
Vihkiäisoodi Tanskan prinssi Yrjölle ja prinsessa Annelle: Wake Then, My Muse
Virtuous Wife - Overture, Air & Jig, The
Virtuous Wife, Z. 611, "Good Luck at Last": I. Overture, The
Virtuous Wife, Z. 611, "Good Luck at Last": II. Song Tune, The
Virtuous Wife, Z. 611, "Good Luck at Last": III. Slow Air, The
Virtuous Wife, Z. 611, "Good Luck at Last": IV. Air, The
Virtuous Wife, Z. 611, "Good Luck at Last": V. Preludio, The
Virtuous Wife, Z. 611, "Good Luck at Last": VI. Hornpipe, The
Virtuous Wife, Z. 611, "Good Luck at Last": VII. Minuet I, The
Virtuous Wife, Z. 611, "Good Luck at Last": VII. Minuet II, The
Voluntaries, Org Z 717
Voluntaries, Org Z 719
Voluntaries, organ, Z. 718, D minor
Voluntaries Orgue Z 717-720
Voluntary: Fairy Queen, Z 629: Suite
Voluntary for double organ in D minor, Z. 719
Voluntary for Organ in C major, Z. 717
Voluntary for Organ in D minor, Z. 718
Voluntary for Organ in G major, Z. 720
Voluntary in A major on the 100th Psalm, Z. 721
Voluntary on the Doxology (Old 100th)
was glad when they said unto me, Z. 19, I
way of God is an undefiled way, Z. 56, The
Wayward Sisters, You that Fright
We reap all the pleasures Z. 547
We sing to him, whose wisdom form'd the ear, Z. 199
Welcome, glorious morn
Welcome to All Pleasures (Ode for St. Cecilia’s Day): Symphony
Welcome to All Pleasures (Ode for St. Cecilia’s Day): Welcome to All Pleasures
Welcome to all the pleasures: “Beauty, thou scene of love” (Tenor)
Welcome to all the pleasures: “Here the deities approve” (Countertenor)/”While joys celestial” (Soprano I & II, Tenor)
Welcome to all the pleasures: “In a consort of voices” (Tenor & Chorus)
Welcome to all the pleasures: Overture
Welcome to all the pleasures: “Then lift up your voices” (Bass & Chorus)/“The pow’r shall divert us a pleasanter way” (Countertenor, Tenor, Bass & Chorus)
Welcome to all the pleasures: “Welcome to all the pleasures” (Countertenor, Tenor, Bass & Chorus)
Welcome to All the Pleasures, Z 339: Here the Deities Approve
Welcome, vicegerent of the mighty king, Z. 340
Welcome, viceregent of the mighty king Z 340
Welcome, viceregent of the mighty king, Z340
Werke Kl
Westminster Abbey
Weyward sisters
What a sad fate is mine, Z. 428
What can we poor females do?, Z. 429
What can we poor females do?, Z. 518
What hope for us remains now he is gone?, Z. 472
What power art thou (from King Arthur)
What shall be done in behalf of the man
When first Amintas sued for a kiss, Z. 430
When her languishing eyes said 'love', Z. 432
When I am laid in earth (Dido and Aeneas)
When I am laid in earth, 'Didos klagan' (ur Dido och Aeneas)
When I'm Laid in Earth
When Monarchs
When my Acmelia smiles
When Myra sings Z 521
When night her purple veil had softly spread
When on my sick bed
When on my sickbed I languish, Z. 144
When Strephon found his passion vain, Z. 435
When Teucer from his father fled Z 522
When the cock begins to crow
When V and I together meet Z 287
While Thyrsis, wrapt in downy sleep, Z. 437
Whilst Cynthia sung, all angry winds lay still, Z. 438
Who can behold Florella's charms?, Z. 441
Who can from joy refrain? father brave as e'er was Dane
Who can from joy refrain? If now he burns
Who can from joy refrain? Selections
Who can from joy refrain? Sinfonia
Who can from joy refrain? Sound the trumpet, beat the warlike drum
Who can from joy refrain?, Z. 342: IV. The father brave
Who comes there ? Stand ! Z 288
Who hath believed our report?, Z. 64
Why do the heathen so furiously rage together?, Z65
Why, my Daphne, why complaining?, Z. 525
Why, why are all the muses mute? Britain, thou now art great
Why, why are all the Muses mute ? Z 343
Why, why are all the Muses mute? Z343
will give thanks unto the Lord, Z. 21, I
will give thanks unto thee, O Lord, Z. 20: I. Symphony, I
will give thanks unto thee, O Lord, Z. 20: II. I will give thanks unto thee, O Lord, I
will give thanks unto thee, O Lord, Z. 20: III. Symphony, I
will give thanks unto thee, O Lord, Z. 20: IV. All the kings of the earth shall praise thee, O Lord, I
will love thee, o Lord Z N67, I
will love thee, O Lord, ZN67, I
will sing unto the Lord as long as I live, Z. 22, I
Wine in a morning makes us frolic Z 289
With drooping wings
With sick and famish'd eyes
With sick and famished eyes, Z. 200
Wives' excuse
World of Henry Purcell, The
Would you know how we meet Z 290
X5 Free Classical Sampler: Purcell 350 Years
Ye happy swains, whose nymphs are kind, Z. 443
Ye tuneful muses (Welcome Ode for Charles II), for soloists, chorus & instruments, Z. 344: From the rattling of drums and the trumpet's loud sounds
Ye tuneful muses (Welcome Ode for Charles II), for soloists, chorus & instruments, Z. 344: Happy in a mutual love
Ye tuneful muses (Welcome Ode for Charles II), for soloists, chorus & instruments, Z. 344: In his just praise your noblest songs let fall
Ye tuneful muses (Welcome Ode for Charles II), for soloists, chorus & instruments, Z. 344: Symphony
Ye tuneful muses (Welcome Ode for Charles II), for soloists, chorus & instruments, Z. 344: This point of time ends all your grief
Ye tuneful muses (Welcome Ode for Charles II), for soloists, chorus & instruments, Z. 344: Try, try ev'ry strain
Ye tuneful muses (Welcome Ode for Charles II), for soloists, chorus & instruments, Z. 344: Whilst in music and verse our duty we show
Ye tuneful muses (Welcome Ode for Charles II), for soloists, chorus & instruments, Z. 344: With him he brings the partner of his throne
Ye tuneful muses (Welcome Ode for Charles II), for soloists, chorus & instruments, Z. 344: Ye tuneful Muses, raise your heads
Yorkshire Feast Song: Symphony, The
Yorkshire Feast Song, Z. 333
Young Collin cleaving of a beam Z 291
Young John the gard'ner, Z. 292
Young Thyrsis' fate, ye hills and groves, deplore, Z. 473
Young Thyrsis' fate, ye hills and groves, deplore, Z473
Your Counsel is All Urged in Vain
Your Highness
Z. 343, No. 5a, "Britain, thou now art great" (alto)
Znělka Pontés
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Contributed to or performed: 
'Tis Nature's Voice (Z.328/4) (From Hail, Bright Cecilia)
"Sweeter Than Roses" (Purcell Songs)
(Culture Pub) Classique
100 Best Adagio Voices
100 Great Recordings - Renaissance, Baroque and Classical Masterpieces
100 Mooiste Klassieke Melodieën, De
111 Years of Deutsche Grammophon: The Collectors’ Edition, 40: Lamenti
200 Greatest Classics XVI, Sounds of Excellence
200 Greatest Classics, Volume 10
2000 ans de Musique
2000 Jahre Musik (disc 4: Die Barock Revolution)
2017 Demo CD
22 Instrumental Preludes, Processionals, and Recessionals
25 ans !!!, Les
25 Baroque Favorites
50 millions de consommateurs : Morceaux choisis pour tester votre chaîne hifi
99 Most Essential Baroque Masterpieces, The
99 Most Essential Classical Pieces for Your Mind, The
A224 Inside Music
Aangenaam Klassiek 1996
Aangenaam klassiek 2000
ABC der Oper, Das
Absolute Bröllop
Airs & Duets
Airs and Instrumental Music
Albinoni: Adagio / Pachelbel: Canon
Albinoni: Adagio / Pachelbel: Canon / Baroque Music by Bach, Handel, Purcell, Vivaldi
Alte Werk - 50 CD Collection, Das
am come to lock all fast, I
Angel voices
Anthems
Anthems / Instrumental Music / Songs
Art of Counter Tenor, The
Art of the Baroque Trumpet, Volume 1, The
arte del canto, El
Arts Florissants - 10 ans, Les
Aspiration: How long, great God, Z189, The
Attempt From Love's Sickness To Fly (From The Indian Queen (Z.630/17h)), I
Awake the Trumpet's Lofty Sound: Music for Trumpets and Organ
Ayres For The Theatre
Baby Sleep: 24 Tracks to Soothe You Into Slumber
Bach & Purcell: Motetten & Kantaten
Bach, Handel, Purcell, etc.
Baker
Baroque
Baroque Brass
Baroque Collection
Baroque Collection, A
Baroque Favorites
Baroque Favorites from "KRAMER VS. KRAMER"
Baroque Festival (1600-1750), A
Baroque Festival, A
Baroque Masterclass
Baroque Masterpieces
Baroque Music for Trumpet
Baroque Trio Sonatas (Ars Instrumentalis Pragensis)
Baroque Trumpet Concerti
Baroque-Festival
Baroque-Festival Vol. 1 & 2
Baroque, Volume 12: Purcell: Music for Queen Mary / King Arthur / Didon & Enée / Ode à Sainte Cécile
Baroque: The Greatest Hits
BBC Music, Volume 3, Number 5: Dido and Aeneas
BBC Music: Early Music
Be Welcome Then, Great Sir (Z.324/11a) (From Fly, Bold Rebellion)
Beethoven's Wig
Best Baroque Album in the World... Ever, The
Best of Baroque
Best of Trompete
Blessed is he that considereth the poor, Z7
C'est quoi ça déjà ? Musique classique
Cambridge Buch der Musik, Das
Canon & Gigue
Caractères de la Danse, Les
Cardio Classics: Orchestral Workout!
Care-charming Sleep
Cares of Lovers, The
Cathedral Music
Cathy Berberian chante Walton / Monteverdi / Debussy / Stravinski / Cage / Gershwin / Purcell
Celia Has A Thousand Charmes (From The Rival Sisters, Or The Violence Of Love (Z.069))
Cent airs classiques de légende (volume 2) (disc 2)
Centenary Celebration, A
Century: La musique des siècles, Volume 12: L'Angleterre baroque
Ceremonial Music
Chaconne
Chaconnes and Fantasias
Chamber Music
Chansons de tavernes et de chapelles
Charme de la Trompette, Le
chefs d'oeuvre de la musique sacrée - Choeurs & chants sacrés - Vol. 17, Les
Choice Collection of Lessons and Ayres 1663-1756, A
Choir of King’s College, The
Choix de Deller, Le
Choral Chillout
Choral Works
Classic 100 Opera - Top 10
Classic 100, Volume II, The
Classic CD, Volume 36
Classic CD, Volume 39
Classic Cuts presents… Wedding in a Box: The Ultimate Wedding Collection
Classic Remake
Classical Britain 1
Classical Chillout Box, The
Classical Ecstasy: exploring the tingle factor
Classical Greats
Classical Hammered Dulcimer
Classical Heritage of the Great Masters, The
Classical Wedding, Volume Two
Classics 2
Classics for Relaxation
Come ye songsters
Come ye sons of art
Come, let us leave the town
Come, Ye Sons of Art, Z. 323: III. "Sound the Trumpet"
Complete Anthems and Services, Vol. 2, The
Complete Anthems and Services, Vol. 3, The
Complete Anthems and Services, Vol. I, The
Complete Anthems and Services, Volume 6, The
Complete Ayres for the Theatre
Complete Chamber Music
Complete Fantazias, The
Complete Harpsichord Music
Complete Odes and Welcome Songs, The
Complete Odes and Welcome Songs, Volume 3
Complete Odes and Welcome Songs, Volume 4
Complete Odes and Welcome Songs, Volume 5
Complete Odes and Welcome Songs, Volume 6
Complete Odes and Welcome Songs, Volume 7
Complete Odes and Welcome Songs, Volume 8
Complete Sacred Music of Henry Purcell, The
Complete Sacred Music, The
complete secular solo songs, The
Complete Vanguard Recordings, Volume 2: Music of Henry Purcell, The
Comprendre la musique baroque à travers ses formes
Concerto Europeo
Concertos 2
Coronation Music for King James II
Countertenor Duets
Croft The Burial Service
Crown The Altar (Z.321/7) (From Celebrate This Festival)
Dance for chinese men and women
Dance for the fairies
Dance for the followers of night
Dance for the green man
Dance of the haymakers
Danse, écoute et chante - Volume 10
Deller's Choice: A Concert of Music both Rare and Rewarding
Development of Western Music, an Anthology, Volume 1, The
Dialogue between Coridon and Mopsa
Dido & Aeneas
Dido & Aeneas / King Arthur / Dioclesian / Timon von Athen · Timon of Athens / 3 Odes
Dido & Aeneas / Ode for St. Cecilia's Day
Dido and Aeneas
Dido and Aeneas · Ode on St. Cecilia’s Day
Dido and Aeneas and Music for Plays & Masques
Dido and Aeneas: Act I: "Ah! Belinda, I am prest"
Dido and Aeneas: Act I: "See, your Royal Guest appears"
Dido and Aeneas: Act I: "Shake the cloud from off your brow"
Dido and Aeneas: Act I: "Whence could so much virtue spring?"
Dido and Aeneas: Act II: Scene I: "In our deep vaulted cell"
Dido and Aeneas: Act II: Scene I: "Wayward sisters"
Dido and Aeneas: Act II: Scene I: Prelude for the Witches
Dido and Aeneas: Act II: Scene II: "Jove's commands shall be obeyed"
Dido and Aeneas: Act II: Scene II: "Oft she visits this lone mountain"
Dido and Aeneas: Act II: Scene II: Ritornelle - "Thanks to these lonesome vales"
Dido and Aeneas: Act III: Scene I: Prelude - "Come away, fellow sailors"
Dido and Aeneas: Act III: Scene I: The Sailors' Dance
Dido and Aeneas: Act III: Scene II: "Thy hand, Belinda"
Dido and Aeneas: Act III: Scene II: "With drooping wings"
Dido and Aeneas: Act III: Scene II: "Your counsel all is urged in vain"
Dido and Aeneas: Overture
Dioclesian (complete) / Masque from Timon of Athens
Discover Opera
Distant Mirror, A
Divine Hymns
Duos de Contre-Ténors
Early Music
Echo
Echoing Air: The Music of Henry Purcell, The
Edition I: Dido and Aeneas / King Arthur / The Fairy Queen
Edition II: The Indian Queen / The Tempest / Dioclesian / Timon of Athens
Edition III: Odes, Anthems, and Ceremonial Music
Edition IV: Instrumental Music
Enchanted Island: Music for a Restoration "Tempest" (Musicians of the Globe feat. conductor: Philip Pickett), The
English Choral Works
English Music
English Royal Funeral Music
English String Miniatures, Volume 6
Enjoyment of Opera 1, The
Entry dance
Entry of Phoebus
Erato - 50 CD Collection
Essential Baroque
Essential Purcell
Evening Hymn, Z.193
Evening Prayer
Excess of Pleasure (Palladian Ensemble), An
Excess of Pleasure, An
Fairest Isle
Fairy Queen (Gesamtaufnahme), The
Fairy Queen / The Prophetess, The
Fairy Queen, The
Fantasias
Fantasias for the Viols, 1680
Fantasy in Blue
Fantazias – musique pour violes
Fantazias & In Nomines
Fantazias & In nomines, The
Fatal Hour Comes On Apace (Z.421), The
Favourite Music For Brides
Food of Love, The
For Your Wedding
Fourth act tune
From Silent Shades (Mad Bess) (Z.370)
Full Anthems & Organ Music / Music on the Death of Queen Mary
Funeral Sentences
Gloria
Glorious Sound of Brass, The
Golden Age of the Classics
Golden Classics: Festliches Barock
Grade 1 Piano Exam Pieces: Complete Syllabus 2009–2010
Grade 3 Piano Exam Pieces: Complete Syllabus 2007–2008
Grands Adagios, Les
Grands Classiques d'Edgar : La Musique sacrée, Les
Great Brass Classics
Great Concertos
Great EMI Recordings, The
Greatest Hits of the Baroque
Greatests Hits
Ground in G minor Z.D221
Hail! Bright Cecilia
Hail! bright Cecilia (1692) / Who can from joy refrain? (1695)
Hail! Great parent
Handel
Harenberg Kammermusikführer (disc 1)
Hark How the Wild Musicians Sing: The Symphony Songs of Henry Purcell
Hark, how all things
Hark! How All Things (From The Fairy Queen)
Hark! The ech'ing air
Hark! The Echoing Air (From The Fairy Queen)
Harmonia Mundi: '50 - Le Coffret du Cinquantième Anniversaire
Harmonia Sacra & Complete Organ Music
Harpsichord Suites / 2 Voluntaries, The
Hear me, O Lord, the great support, Z133
Hear my Prayer: Hymns and Anthems
Here The Deities Approve (From Welcome To All The Pleasures (Z.339))
Here's the summer, sprightly, gay
High Fidelity Reference CD No. 37
Hornpipe
Hornpipe E minor Z.T685
How pleasant 'tis to Love!
How the World Wags
Hush, no more
If
If love's a sweet passion
If Musick Be The Food Of Love (Z.379C)
immortels du baroque, Les
Indian Queen, The
Instrumental Music from the Colonial Williamsburg Collection
Instruments of Classical Music, Vol. 3: The Trumpet, The
Kerstklanken van Het Concertgebouw
Keyboard Suites & Grounds
Kindertotenlieder / Arias & Songs by Gluck, Handel, Green, Purcell, Mendelssohn
King Arthur
King Arthur (extraits)
King Arthur (Extraits/Excerpts/Auszüge)
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act I: Brave Souls, To Be Renown'd In Story
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act I: Come If You Dare
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act I: Woden, first to thee - The White Horse Neigh'd Aloud - To Woden Thanks We Render
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act II: Come, Follow Me
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act II: Hither, This Way, This Way Bend
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act II: How Blest Are Shepherds
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act II: Second Act Tune: Air
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act III: 'Tis I That Have Warm'd Ye - 'Tis Love That Has Warm'd Us
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act III: (The Frost Scene) Prelude - What Ho! Thou Genius Of This Isle
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act III: Prelude - See, See, We Assemble
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act III: Prelude While The Cold Genius Rises - What Power ArtThou
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act III: Sound A Parley - 'Tis Love That Has Warm'd Us
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act III: Third Act Tune: Hornpipe
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act IV: Passacaglia - How Happy The Lover - Ritornello - For Love Every Creature
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act IV: Two Daughters Of This Aged Stream Are We
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act V: Chaconne
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act V: Fairest Isle
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act V: Ritornello - Your Hay It Is Mow'd
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act V: St George - Our Natives Not Alone Appear
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act V: Trumpet Tune
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act V: Trumpet Tune - Warlike Consort
King Arthur, Z. 628: Air
King Arthur, Z. 628: Overture
Klara 4 Kids - Klara's Muziekdoos
Klara Serveert 2
Klassik-Hits für Kinder
Let the fifes and the clarions
Listen
Listen: Third Brief Edition
Listening to Music: 4th Edition
Listening to Music: Third Edition
Listening to Western Music
Lonely Shepherd: Cantatas by J. C. Pepusch (Bergen Barokk), The
Long to Reign Over Us
Lord, not to us, Z137
Lord, What Is Man (Z.192)
Love Songs
Love's Goddess Sure Was Blind
Magie de la trompette
Magnum Opus: A Selection of The Greatest Classical Pieces from 1725 to 1901
Mahler: Kindertotenlieder / Gluck / Greene / Handel / Mendelssohn / Purcell
Maîtres de l'Opéra Baroque (William Christie), Les
Masques from Dioclesian & Timon of Athens
Master, The
May the god of Wit
Meditation, Volume 4
Meisterwerke der Klassik
Miaow!
Millennium Classics - I, The
Miserere: Lamentations
Monkey's dance
Monteverdi, Gratiani, Barringcloe, Humfrey, Purcell, Schubert, Fauré, Gounod, Handel
Music - 7th Edition
Music for a While / O Solitude
Music for a While & Other Songs
Music For A While, If Love's A Sweet Passion, Fairest Isle; Silete Venti
Music for a While: Improvisations on Purcell
Music for Brass Septet, Volume 2
Music for Queen Mary
Music for the Chapel Royal
Music for the Funeral of Queen Mary
Music for the Funeral of Queen Mary / Anthems
Music for the Funeral of Queen Mary-March & Canzona
Music From the Royal Court
Music of the “Chapels Royal”
Music Through the Ages 1
Music: An Appreciation Tenth Edition - Brief Set of 5 CDs
Music: An Appreciation, Fourth Brief Edition (disc 1)
Musica Miscellanea: The Amon Ra Sampler - Music on Original Instruments
Musica Oscura: Bringing Light to the Unknown
Musica Viva: 2009 National Concert Series
Musical Concepts Classical Sampler
Musick For A While (From Oedipus (Z.583))
Musique - Triangle Electroacoustique
Musique baroque pour les nuls, La
Musique Baroque pour petites oreilles
Musique classique pour petites oreilles
Musiques à danser, à la cour et à l'opéra
Musiques Nuptiales
Neil MacKie Sings Britten
New Ground E minor Z.T682, A
New Release Sampler: August - December 1994
Next, Winter comes slowly
Nine German Arias
No. 1 : G major Z.660 - [Minuet]
No. 1 : G major Z.660 - Almand
No. 1 : G major Z.660 - Corant
No. 1 : G major Z.660 - Ground in Gamut Z.645
No. 1 : G major Z.660 - Prelude
No. 2 : G minor Z.661 - [Almand]
No. 2 : G minor Z.661 - Chaconne Z.T680
No. 2 : G minor Z.661 - Corant
No. 2 : G minor Z.661 - Prelude
No. 2 : G minor Z.661 -Saraband
No. 3 : G major Z. 662 - A new Scotch tune, Z.655
No. 3 : G major Z. 662 - Air Z.641
No. 3 : G major Z. 662 - Almand
No. 3 : G major Z. 662 - Courante
No. 3 : G major Z. 662 - Prelude
No. 4 : A minor Z663 - Almand
No. 4 : A minor Z663 - Corant
No. 4 : A minor Z663 - Prelude
No. 4 : A minor Z663 - Saraband
No. 5 : C major - Almand
No. 5 : C major - Corant
No. 5 : C major - Jigg
No. 5 : C major - Prelude
No. 5 : C major - Saraband
No. 6 : D major Z.667 - [Hornpipe]
No. 6 : D major Z.667 - Almand
No. 6 : D major Z.667 - prelude
No. 7 : D minor Z.668 - Almand
No. 7 : D minor Z.668 - Corant
No. 7 : D minor Z.668 - Ground Z.D222
No. 7 : D minor Z.668 - Hornpipe
No. 7 : D minor Z.668 - Round O Z.T684
No. 7 : D minor Z.668 - Sefauchi's Farewell Z.656
No. 8 : F mjor Z.669 - Almand
No. 8 : F mjor Z.669 - Courante
No. 8 : F mjor Z.669 - Minuet
No. 8 : F mjor Z.669 - Prelude
Noble Bass Viol
Norton Recorded Anthology of Western Music (concise version)
Norton Recordings (disc 1), The
Norton Recordings 10th Edition, Volume 1: Gregorian Chant to Beethoven, The
Norton Recordings, 8th Edition, Shorter Version, The
Norton Recordings, Ninth Edition, Shorter Version, The
Not All My Torments (Z.400)
Now is the Merry Month of May: het Mooiste uit Renaissance en Barok
Now Join your warbling voices
Now That The Sun Hath Veil'd His Light (An Evening Hymn) (Z.193)
Now the night
Nyt meillä on häät
O Solitude
O Solitude (Z.406)
O Solitude, my Sweetest Choice, Z.406
O Solitude: Songs and Airs
O, I'm sick of life, Z140
Ode for St Cecilia's Day 1683 / Music for Queen Mary
Ode for St. Cecilia's Day • Te Deum
Ode for St. Cecilia's Day 1692
Ode On St. Cecilia's Day (1692)
Ode on the Death of Mr Henry Purcell (La Canzona feat. altos: Gérard Lesne & Steve Dugardin), An
Odes
Odes and Funeral Music
Odes for Saint Cecilia's Day
Odes for St Cecilia's Day / Music for Queen Mary
Oedipus, Z.583: II. Music for a While
One charming night
Opera Highlights (Philips)
opéra pour les nuls, L'
Opera To Die For
Operalove: Opera for Hopeless Romantics
Opernsuiten
Organ Collection
Organ Encores
Original Sound, The
Orpheus in England
Oude Muziek Festijn 1995
Our Wedding
Overture
Pachelbel Canon and Other Baroque Favorites
Pathways of Baroque Music: Cathedrals and Chapels
Pavans and Fantasies from the Age of Dowland
Performer: Complete Decca Recordings: Bach · Debussy · Elgar · Mozart · Purcell · Schubert · Schumann, The
plaint, The
Plung'd in the confines of despair, Z142
plus beaux chants des Castrats, Les
Pocket Purcell, The
Prelude
Primavera
pub se la joue classique, La
Purcell / Neruda / Scarlatti / Vivaldi / Haendel / Torelli / Gerber (Orchestre Philharmonique de Craiova feat. conductor Modest Cichirdan)
Purcell Circle – The Mantle of Orpheus, The
Purcell Circle – the Mistress, The
Purcell Collection, A
Purcell Devotional songs & anthems for three male voices
Purcell Manuscript, The
Purcell Realizations
Purcell: Dido and Aeneas / Galliard: Pan and Syrinx
Purcell: Dioclesian Suite; Handel: Concerto grosso OP. 6 No. 6 / Il duello amoroso
Purcell: String Fantasias in Four Parts / Britten: String Quartets nos. 1-3, Three Divertimenti
Purcellian tune
Qobuz Sampler #1
Quartet Music of the 17th & 18th Centuries
Quattro Stagioni, Le
QVB: Royal Classics
Rameau: Castor et Pollux / Purcell: 3 Fantasias
Recordings for the Enjoyment of Music 6th Edition (disc 1)
Restoration
Rondeau
Round Midnight
Royal and Ceremonial Odes
Royal Welcome Songs for King James II
Sacred Music
Saltarello
Salut! No 61
Sämtliche Fantasien für 3 bis 7 Violen da Gamba
Scene of the drunken poet
schönsten Barockkonzerte, Die
Second tune
Secular Solo Songs of Henry Purcell, Volume 1, The
Secular Solo Songs of Henry Purcell, Volume 2, The
Secular Solo Songs of Henry Purcell, Volume 3, The
See I obey/Turn thine eyes/My torch indeed
See, even night
See, see my many colour'd fields
Segovia Collection, Volume 4: The Baroque Guitar, The
Ses Plus Grands Succès
Shakespeare’s Musick
Since God so tender a regard, Z143
Sing while we trip it
Singing Club, The
Sleep, Adam, Sleep (Z.195)
Sonatas and Theatre Music
Sonatas of Three Parts, 1683, Z790-801
Sonate que me veux-tu? (Ricercar Consort)
Songs and Dialogues
Songs from Orpheus Britannicus
Sonnatas, Volume 1
Sonnatas, Volume 2
Sonnatas, Volume 3
Sound the Trumpet!
Spirit of the Baroque
Spiritus : les chants de l'âme
Spiritus Les chants de l'ame
Splendeurs du baroque
Suites
Suites & Grounds
Suites and Transcriptions for Harpsichord
Suites de Clavecin
Sure the dull God
Suzuki Bass School, Volume 1
Suzuki Guitar School, Volume 1, Revised
Sweeter Than Roses (From Pausanias, The Betrayer Of His Country (Z.585))
Symphony
Symphony while the swans come forward
Tafelmusik des Barock
Talk to Her
Te Deum & Jubilate / Funeral Music / Anthems
Te Deum & Jubilate Deo
Te Deum & Jubilate in D / 4 Anthems
Tempest, The
temps des castrats, Le
Ten Sonatas in Four Parts
Theatre Music, Volume 1
They shall be as happy
Third act tune
This England
Thrice happy Lovers (Epithalamium)
Thrice Happy Lovers (From The Fairy Queen (Z.629))
Thus happy and free
Thus the ever grateful spring
Thus the gloomy world
Time-Life Library of Classical Favorites: Choral Classics II, The
Timeless Classics, Volume 2
Toccata, Fugues and Other Diversions
Top 100 Favourite Classical Chillout Tunes
Treasures of Baroque Opera
Tribute to Old England
Trompette : À la découverte d'un instrument, La
Trumpet Impressions 2
Trumpet Voluntary
Trumpet Voluntary: Music for Trumpet and Organ
Trumpf: Edle Tropfen ♦ Edle Klänge (Edition Nr. 7)
Twelve Sonatas in Three Parts
Ultimate Baroque Collection, The
Ultimate Classical Collection, Volume 2, The
Ultimate Trumpet Collection, The
Unforgettable Classics: Trumpet
Veillée de Noël
Veillée de Noël Vol.2
Veritas Sampler
Verrassings-cd 2004
Verrassings-cd 2006
Verse Anthems for Choir, Soloists and Strings
Victorious Love
Virtuose Gesänge
Virtuoso Trumpet
Virtuoso Trumpet, The
Vivaldi - Bach - Purcell - Mozart - Mendelssohn
Vivaldi Concerti and Baroque Trumpet Music
Vivaldi: The Four Seasons / Purcell: Sonata for Trumpet and Strings / The Gordian Knot Unty'd / The Old Bachelor
was glad, Z19, I
Wedding Album
Wedding Album, The
Wedding Album: The Ultimate Collection of Nuptial Music, The
Wedding Essentials
Weekend Brass: Trumpet Voluntary
Welcome to All the Pleasures
When a cruel long winter
When I have often heard
When on my sick bed I languish, Z144
William Primrose: The Early Recordings, Violin and Viola
Wintermusik
Wissen digital
With sick and farmish'd eyes, Z200
Wonderful World of Hyperion, The
World of the Trumpet, The
Ye gentle spirits of the air
Yes, Daphne
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