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    Henry Purcell: Tyrannic Love (Arien & Instrumentalwerke)

    Tyrannic Love (Arien & Instrumentalwerke)
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    • Hornpipe & Chaconne (King Arthur); Dance of the Furies (Diocelsian); There's not a Swain on the Plain (Rule a Wife and have a Wife); Hornpipe, Dance for the Fairies, Dance for the green Men (The Fairy Queen); Symphony, Ye twice ten-hundred Deities, Seek not to know (The Indian Queen); Ouvertüre & Slow Air (The Virtuous Wife); The Yorkshire Feast Song "So when the glitt'ring Queen of Night"; Anacreon's Defeat "This Poet sings the Trojan Wars"; Tyrannic Love "Hark! My Damilcar"
      +Eccles: I burn my Brain consumes the Ashes & Sleep, poor Youth (The Comical History of Don Quixote)
      +Blow: Poor Celadon, he sighs in Vain; Sarband for the Graces (Venus and Adonis)
      +Clarke: Ground d-moll
      +D. Purcell: My Dearest, my Fairest (Pausanias, the Betrayer of this Country)
    • Künstler: Eugenie Lefebvre, Etienne Bazola, Ensemble Les Surprises, Louis-Noel Bestion de Camboulas
    • Label: Alpha, DDD, 2019
    • Bestellnummer: 10396273
    • Erscheinungstermin: 5.2.2021
    • Tracklisting
    • Details
    • Mitwirkende
    1. 1 King Arthur, Z628: Hornpipe (Second Act Tune)
    2. 2 The Comical History of Don Quixote, Part II: "I burn, my brain consumes to ashes"
    3. 3 "Poor Celadon, He Sighs in Vain" (Loving Above Himself)
    4. 4 The Prophetess, or the History of Dioclesian, Z627: Dance of the Furies
    5. 5 Rule a Wife and Have a Wife, Z587: "There's not a swain on the plain"
    The Fairy Queen, Z629
    1. 6 Hornpipe
    2. 7 Dance for the Fairies
    3. 8 Dance for the Green Men
    The Indian Queen, Z630
    1. 9 "Ye twice ten-hundred deities"
    2. 10 Symphony
    3. 11 "Seek not to know"
    1. 12 Venus and Adonis: Saraband for the Graces
    2. 13 A Fool's Preferment, or the Three Dukes of Dunstable, Z571: "There's nothing so fatal as women"
    The Virtuous Wife, Z611
    1. 14 Overture
    1. 15 The Comical History of Don Quixote, Part I: "Sleep, poor youth" (The Dirge)
    The Virtuous Wife, Z611
    1. 16 Slow Air
    2. 17 Air
    The Yorkshire Feast Song, Z333
    1. 18 "So when the glitt'ring Queen of Night" from "Of old when heroes thought it base"
    1. 19 "This poet sings the Trojan wars" (Anacreon's Defeat) Z423
    2. 20 Song On The Assumption: Ground in D Minor
    3. 21 Pausanias, the Betrayer of his Country, Z585: "My dearest, my fairest"
    4. 22 Tyrannic Love, or the Royal Martyr, Z613: "Hark! my Damilcar"
    5. 23 King Arthur, Z628: Chaconne