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    Henry Purcell: Complete Odes & Welcome Songs Vol.1-8

    Complete Odes & Welcome Songs Vol.1-8
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    • Arise, my muse; Welcome to all the pleasures; Now does the glorious day appear; Hail bright Cecilia; Who can from joy refrain; Fly, bold rebellion; Sound the trumpet, beat the drum; Celebrate this festival; Ye tuneful Muses; Celestial music did the gods inspire; From hardly climes and dangerous toils of war; Welcome, welcome glorious morn; Great Parent, hail to Thee; The summer's absence unconcerned we bear; Love's goddess sure was blind; Raise, raise the voice; Laudate Ceciliam; From those serene and rapturous joys; Of old, when herose thougt it base 'The Yorkshire Feast Song';Swifter, Isis, swifter flow; What, what shall be done in behalf of the man; Come ye sons of Art, away; Welcome, viceregent of the mighty King; Why, why shall all the Muses mute
    • Künstler: Michael Chance, James Bowman, Mary Seers, Evelyn Tubb, John Mark Ainsley, Mark Padmore, Gillian Fisher, New College Choir Oxford, The King's Consort, Robert King
    • Label: Hyperion, DDD, 1988-91
    • Tracklisting
    • Details
    • Mitwirkende

    Disk 1 von 8

    Birthday Ode for Queen Mary Z 320 (Arise, my Muse)
    1. 1 Symphony
    2. 2 Arise, my muse, and to thy tuneful lyre
    3. 3 Ye sons of music raise your voices high
    4. 4 Then soun your instruments and charm the earth
    5. 5 See how the glitt'ring ruler of the day
    6. 6 Hail, gracious Gloriana, hail
    7. 7 And since the time's distres to wars'alarms
    8. 8 To quell his country's foes
    9. 9 but ah, I see Eusebia drown'd in tears
    10. 10 But Glory cries 'go on
    Ode for St. Cecilia's Day Z 339 (Welcome to all the Pleasures)
    1. 11 Symphony
    2. 12 Welcome to all the pleasures that delight
    3. 13 Here the Deities approve
    4. 14 While joys celestial their bright souls invade
    5. 15 The lift up your voices, those organs of nature
    6. 16 Beatuy, thou scene of love
    7. 17 In a consort of voices while instruments play
    Birthday Ode for Queen Mary Z 332 (Now does the glorious Day appear)
    1. 18 Symphony
    2. 19 Now does the glorious Day appear
    3. 20 Not any one such joy could bring
    4. 21 This does our fertile isle with glory crown
    5. 22 Now does the glorious Day appear
    6. 23 It was a work of full as great a weight
    7. 24 By beateous softness mixed with meajesty
    8. 25 Her hero too, whose conduct and whose arms
    9. 26 Our dear religion, with ouf law's defence
    10. 27 No more shall we the great Eliza boast
    11. 28 Now, now, with one united voice

    Disk 2 von 8

    Ode for St. Cecilia's Day Z 328 (Hail bright Cecilia)
    1. 1 Symphony
    2. 2 Hail! Bright Cecilia
    3. 3 Hark, each tree
    4. 4 Tis Nature's Voice
    5. 5 Soul of the world
    6. 6 Thou tun'st this world
    7. 7 With that sublime celestial lay
    8. 8 Wond'rous machine
    9. 9 The airy violin
    10. 10 In vain the am'rous flute
    11. 11 The fife and all the harmony of war
    12. 12 Let these among all the harmony of war
    13. 13 Hail! Bright Cecilia
    Birthday Ode for the Duke of Gloucester (Who can from Joy refrain?)
    1. 14 Overture
    2. 15 Who can from joy refrain
    3. 16 A Prince of glorious race
    4. 17 The father brave
    5. 18 The graces in his mother shine
    6. 19 Sound the Trumpet
    7. 20 Chacone - If now he burns with noble flame - The Thames shall be Queen of Tyber

    Disk 3 von 8

    Welcome Song for Charles II. Z 324 (Fly bold Rebellion)
    1. 1 Symphony
    2. 2 Fly, bold rebellion, make haste and be gone
    3. 3 Rivers from their channels turned
    4. 4 If then we've found the want of his rays
    5. 5 But heaven has now dispelled those fears
    6. 6 Come then, change your notes
    7. 7 Be welcome then, great Sir
    8. 8 Welcome to all those wishes fulfilled
    Welcome Song for James II. Z 335 (Sound the Trumpet, beat the Drum)
    1. 9 Symphony
    2. 10 Sound the trumpet, beat the drum
    3. 11 Crown the year and crown the day
    4. 12 Let Caesar and Urania live
    5. 13 What greater bliss can Fate bestow
    6. 14 Chaconne
    7. 15 While Caesar like the morning star
    8. 16 To Urania and Caesar delights without measure
    Birthday Ode for Queen Mary Z 321 (Celebrate this Festival)
    1. 17 Symphony
    2. 18 Celebrate this festival
    3. 19 Britain now thy ares beguile
    4. 20 Tis sacred, bid the trumpet cease
    5. 21 Let sullen Discord smile
    6. 22 Crown the altar, deck the shrine
    7. 23 Expectet Spring at last is come
    8. 24 April, who till now has mourned
    9. 25 Departing thus you'll hear him say
    10. 26 Happy realm beyound expressing
    11. 27 While, for a righteous cause he arms
    12. 28 Return, fond Muse, the thoughts of war
    13. 29 Kindly treat Maria's day

    Disk 4 von 8

    Welcome Song for James II. Z 344 (Ye tuneful Muses)
    1. 1 Symphony
    2. 2 Ye tuenfuls muses, raise your heads
    3. 3 Be lively then and gay
    4. 4 In his just praise your noblest songs let fall
    5. 5 From the rattling of drums
    6. 6 To music's softer but yet kind
    7. 7 With him he brings the partner of his throne
    8. 8 Happy in a mutual love
    9. 9 Whilst in music and verse our duty we show
    Ode for a Performance at Mr. Maidwell's School Z 322 (Celestial Music did the Gods inspire)
    1. 10 Symphony
    2. 11 Celestical music did the gods inspire
    3. 12 Her charming strains expel tormenting care
    4. 13 Thus Virgil's Genius lov'd the country best
    5. 14 Whilst music did improve Amphion's song
    6. 15 When Orpheus sang all Nature did rejoice
    7. 16 Let Phyllis by her voice but charm the air
    Ode for the Wedding of Prince George of Denmark and Princess Anne Z 325 (From hardy climes...)
    1. 17 Symphony
    2. 18 From hardy climes and dangerous toils of war
    3. 19 As fame, great Sir, before you ran
    4. 20 Wake then, my Muse, wakte Instruments and Voice
    5. 21 The sparrow and the gentle dove
    6. 22 So all the boons indulgent heav'n desin'd
    7. 23 Hence without sheme or figure to descry

    Disk 5 von 8

    Birthday Ode for Queen Mary Z 338 (Welcome, welcome, glorious Morn)
    1. 1 Symphony
    2. 2 Welcome, welcome, glorious morn
    3. 3 At thy return the joyful earth
    4. 4 Welcome as when three hayyp Kindgoms strove
    5. 5 The mighty goddess of this walthy isle
    6. 6 Full of wonder and delight
    7. 7 And lo! A sacred fury swell'd her breast
    8. 8 My prey'rs are heard
    9. 9 He to the filed by honour call'd shall go
    10. 10 Wihilst undisturg'd this happy consort reigns
    11. 11 Sound, all ye Spheres
    Great Parent, hail to Thee Z 327 (Jubiläums-Ode für das Trinity College Dublin)
    1. 12 Symphony
    2. 13 Great parent, hail!
    3. 14 Another century commening
    4. 15 After war's, alarms repeated
    5. 16 Awful matron take thy seat
    6. 17 She was the first who did inspire
    7. 18 Succeeding Princes next recite
    8. 19 But chiefly recommend to fame
    9. 20 Thy Royal Patron sung: Repair
    10. 21 With themes like these, ye Sons of Art
    Welcome Song for King Charles II. Z 337 (The Summer's Absence unconcerned we bear)
    1. 22 Symphony
    2. 23 The summer's absence unconcerned we beat
    3. 24 And whn late from your throne heaven's call you attend
    4. 25 Ah! Had we, Sir, the power of art
    5. 26 Happy while all her neighbours bled
    6. 27 So happily still you your counsels employ
    7. 28 These had by thier ill usage drove
    8. 29 But these no more shall dare repine

    Disk 6 von 8

    Birthday Ode for Queen Mary Z 331 (Love's Goddess sure was blind)
    1. 1 Symphony
    2. 2 Love's goddess sure was blind this day
    3. 3 Those eyes, that form, that lofty mien
    4. 4 Sweetness of Nature
    5. 5 Long may she reign over this isle
    6. 6 May her blest example chase
    7. 7 Many such days may she behold
    8. 8 May she to heaven late return
    Ode for St. Cecilia's Day Z 334 (Raise, raise the voice)
    1. 9 Symphony
    2. 10 Raise, raise the voice
    3. 11 The God himself says he'll be present here
    4. 12 Mark how readily each pliant string
    Ode for St. Cecilia's Day Z 329 (Laudate Ceciliam)
    1. 13 Symphony - Laudate Celiam, in voce et organo
    2. 14 Modulemini psalmum novum
    3. 15 Symphony
    4. 16 Dicite Virgini, canite Martyri
    Welcome Song for Charles II. Z 326 (From those serene and rapturous Joys)
    1. 17 Symphony
    2. 18 From those serene and rapturous joys
    3. 19 Behold th'indulgent Prince is come
    4. 20 Not with an helmet or a glitt'ring spear
    5. 21 Welcome as soft refreshing show'rs
    6. 22 Welcome, more welcome does he come
    7. 23 Nor does the sun more comfort bring
    8. 24 With trumpets and shouts we receive the word'd wonder

    Disk 7 von 8

    The Yorkshire Feast Song Z 333 (Of old, when Heroes thought it base)
    1. 1 Symphony
    2. 2 Of old, when heroes thought ist base
    3. 3 The bashful Thames, for beauty so renown'd
    4. 4 The pale and the purple rose
    5. 5 And in each track of glory since
    6. 6 Symphony
    7. 7 And now when the renown'd Nassau
    8. 8 Thy did no storms
    9. 9 So when the glitt'ring queen of night
    10. 10 Let music join
    11. 11 Sound trumpets, sound!
    12. 12 Sound all to him
    Welcome Song for Charles II. Z 336 (Swifter, Isis, swifter flow)
    1. 13 Symphony - Swifter, Isis, swifter flow
    2. 14 Land him safely on her shore
    3. 15 Hark, hark! Just now my listening ears
    4. 16 Welcome dread Sir, to town
    5. 17 But with so great devotion meet
    6. 18 The King whose presence like the spring
    7. 19 Then since, Sir, from you all our blessings do flow
    Welcome Song for the Duke of York Z 341 (What, what shall be done in behalf of the Man?)
    1. 20 Symphony
    2. 21 What shall be done in behalf of the man
    3. 22 All the grandeur he possesses
    4. 23 Mighty Charles, though joined with thee
    5. 24 May all factious troubles cease

    Disk 8 von 8

    Birthday Ode for Queen Mary Z 323 (Come ye Sons of Art)
    1. 1 Symphony
    2. 2 Come ye Sons of Art
    3. 3 Sound the trumpet, 'til around
    4. 4 Strike the viol, touch the lute
    5. 5 The day that such a blessing gave
    6. 6 Bid the virtues, bid the graces
    7. 7 These are the sacred charms that shield
    8. 8 See Nature, rejoicing, has shown us the way
    Welcome Song for Charles II. Z 340 (Welcome, Viceregent of the mighty King)
    1. 9 Symphony - Welcome, viceregent of the mighty King
    2. 10 Ah! Mighty Sir, if you to such long absence are inclinced
    3. 11 But your blest presence now
    4. 12 Your influous approach our pensive hope recalls
    5. 13 When the summer, in his glory
    6. 14 All loyalty and honour be
    7. 15 Music the Food of Love
    Welcome Song for King James Z 343 (Why, why are all the Muses mute)
    1. 16 Why, why are all the Muses mute
    2. 17 When should each soul exalted be
    3. 18 Britain, thou now art great
    4. 19 Look up, and to our Isle returning see
    5. 20 Accurs'd rebellion reared his head
    6. 21 Caesar for milder virtues honour'd more
    7. 22 The many-headed beast is quelled at home
    8. 23 In the equal balance laid
    9. 24 O how blest is the Isle to which Caesar is given