Purcell: Birthday ode to Queen Mary. David Munrow. 1 LP. EMI. New Copy

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Henry Purcell: Birthday ode to Queen Mary. David Munrow conducts The Early Music Consort of London, in a recording from 1975.

 1 LP. English EMI. EMX 2134

 * A brand new copy.

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Henry Purcell: Birthday ode to Queen Mary. David Munrow conducts The Early Music Consort of London, in a recording from 1975. TF / E

 1 LP. English EMI. EMX 2134

 * A brand new copy.

***Recommendation ***

 

 1.  Come, ye sons of art, away, Z 323 by Henry Purcell 
 
Conductor: David Munrow
Orchestra/Ensemble: Early Music Consort of London
Period: Baroque
Written: 1694; England 
    
 
 
2.  Love's goddess sure was blind, Z 331 by Henry Purcell 
 
Conductor: David Munrow
Orchestra/Ensemble: Early Music Consort of London
Period: Baroque
Written: 1692; England

 

Henry Purcell:

    1. Ode on the Birthday of Queen Mary II, Z323 (1694): Come, Ye Sons of Art

  1. Symphony: Largo - Allegro - Adagio
  2. Ritornello, Verse & Chorus: Come Ye sons of Art
  3. Verse: Sound the Trumpet
  4. Ritornello & Chorus: Come Ye sons of Art
  5. Verse & Ritornello: Strike the Viol
  6. Verse & Chorus: The Day That Such A Blessing
  7. Verse: Bid The Virtues
  8. Verse: These Are The Sacred Charms
  9. Verse & Chorus: See Nature, Rejoicing
    Henry Purcell: Ode on the Birthday of Queen Mary II, Z331 (1692): Love's Goddess Sure
     
  10. Symphony
  11. Verse & Ritornello: Love's Goddess Sure
  12. Verse: Those Eyes That Form
  13. Verse: Sweetness Of Nature
  14. Verse & Chorus: Long May She Reign
  15. Verse & Ritornello: May Her Blest Example
  16. Verse & Ritornello: Many Such Days
  17. Chorus: May She To Heaven
  18. Verse & amp; Chorus: As Much As We

 

Playing time: 49' 27' app.

Performers:
The Early Music Consort of London [Norma Burrowes (soprano), James Bowman (countertenor), Robert Lloyd (bass), Charles Brett (countertenor), ([18] + Mary Beverley (soprano), John York Skinner (countertenor), Martyn Hill (tenor), Geoffrey Shaw (baritone)) Christopher Hogwood (harpsichord, organ continuo), Oliver Brookes (viola da gamba)] - David Munrow, dir.

Recording site and date: Abbey Road Studios, London, UK [6/1975]

 

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En helt forrygende god plade i en Teknisk Fremragende lydkvalitet.
 
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