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Ah! How sweet it is to Love! - Songs from theatre

  • Purcell: Ah! How Sweet it is to Love
  • Eccles: Stay, Ah turn
  • Eccles: Love is an empty, airy name
  • Purcell: I Sigh'd and owned my Love
  • Clarke: Celia is soft
  • Eccles: If I hear Orinda Swear
  • Clarke: Long has Pastora rul'd the Plain
  • Purcell: Sweeter than Roses
  • Purcell: Suite in D minor, I. Almand
  • Purcell: Suite in D minor, II. Corant
  • Purcell: Suite in D minor, III. Hornpipe
  • Eccles: E'er since you came in to my Sight
  • Eccles: My Love has an inconstant Mind
  • Eccles: I'll hurry the Hence
  • Eccles: I burn, my Brain consumes to Ashes
  • Purcell: Whilst I with Grief did on you look
  • Purcell: Oh ! how you protest
  • Purcell: 'Twas within a Furlong of Edinborough town
  • Purcell: Man is for the Woman made
  • Clarke: So sweets the charms of Love
  • Clarke: Suite in F minor I. Aire
  • Clarke: Suite in F minor, II. Gavott
  • Clarke: Suite in F minor, III. Hornpipe
  • Clarke: Suite in F minor IV. A Farewell
  • Purcell: Ah me ! to many deaths decreed
  • Clarke: Alas, here lies the poor Alonzo Slain
  • Purcell: Oh ! lead me to some peaceful Gloom
  • Clarke: Divine Astrea hither flew
  • Clarke: Lord, what's come to my mother
  • Clarke: I'se no more Shady Coverts
  • Purcell: Lads and Lasses, blith and gay
  • Clarke: Jockey was a dawdy Lad
  • Clarke: The Bonny grey Ey'd Morn
  • Clarke: Jockey was as brisk and blith a Lad
  • Carolyn Sinclair - soprano
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Nr kat.: HCD31602
Label  : Hungaroton

"Henry Purcell (10 September 1659 (?)– 21 November 1695), was an English composer. Although incorporating Italian and French stylistic elements into his compositions, Purcell's legacy was a uniquely English form of Baroque music. He is generally considered to be one of the greatest English composers; no other native-born English composer approached his fame until Edward Elgar."