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English Baroque Songs - Vol 1 Medium Voice

Early Music Editions
 

In this new series of English Baroque Songs is presented a selection of solo songs from the late seventeenth century through to the end of the continuo era about a century later. Henry Purcell had dominated English vocal music during his lifetime, but in the decades after his death, a large number of lyric composers were at work, many of them capable of writing excellent songs. The emphasis in the items presented here is not on historical importance, but rather on previously unpublished pieces that we are confident present-day performers and audiences can enjoy. We trust that these songs will find their way into the repertoire of both Baroque specialists and all-round recitalists.

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English Baroque Songs - Vol 1 Medium Voice
  • Composer/Author: Various
  • Instrumentation: High Voice
  • Format: Score
  • Contents:
    • Daniel Purcell (c.1674-1717): Alas! When charming Sylvia's gone
    • John Eccles (c.1668-1735): Cease of Cupid to complain
    • Jeremiah Clarke (c.1674-1707): Jocky was as brisk and blithe
    • John Barrett (c.1676-1719): A Song call'd The Pilgrim
    • Henry Carey (1687-1743): Happy the youthful swain
    • Anon (c.1728): The Siren of the Stage
    • John Frederick Lampe (1702/3-1751): The Declaring Lover
    • Renatus Harris (1678-1735): Could I the lovely Celia move
    • Richard Leveridge (1670-1758): Who is Silvia?
    • William Boyce (1711-1779): O Nightingale

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