Purcell: Excerpts from The Fairy Queen; Odes and Elegies for Queen Mary - New York Ensemble for Early Music's Grande Bande, Frederick Renz

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Julianne Baird, soprano

James Bowman, Peter Becker, countertenors

Stephen Sturck, tenor

Wilbur Pauley, bass

 

The Fairy Queen, Z. 629

1 Suite from Act III: Symphony while the Swans come forward - Dance for the Fairies - Dance for the Green Men - Dialogue between Coridon and Mopsa (Wilbur Pauley, Peter Becker) - Dance for the Haymakers 09:01

2 Three Songs from Act II: See, even Night herself is here - I am come to lock all fast (Julianne Baird) - Hush, no more (Wilbur Pauley, Quartet) 08:57
3 Suite from Act I: Prelude - Hornpipe - Air - Rondeau - Jig 07:11
4 Two Songs from Act II: Here's the Summer, sprightly, gay (Peter Becker) - Now Winter comes slowly (Wilbur Pauley) 03:48
5 Suite from Act V: Symphony - Hark! The echoing air (Julianne Baird) - Chaconne - They shall be as happy 07:07

Come Ye Sons of Art, Z. 323 (Birthday Ode for Queen Mary, 1694)
6 Overture 03:26
7 Song & Chorus: Come Ye Sons of Art (James Bowman) 02:01
8 Duet: Sound the trumpet (James Bowman, Peter Becker) 02:32
9 Symphony and Chorus 01:25
10 Song: Strike the viol (Peter Becker) 04:00
11 Song & Chorus: The day that such a blessing gave (Wilbur Pauley) 02:56
12 Song: Bid the Virtues (Julianne Baird, Marc Schachman, violin) 03:00
13 Song These are the sacred charms (Wilbur Pauley) 01:39
14 Duet & Chorus: See Nature rejoicing (Julianne Baird, Wilbur Pauley) 03:06
15 An Ode to The Queen, Z. 465: High on a Throne of Glitt'ring Ore (Julianne Baird, Wilbur Pauley, Frederick Renz, harpsichord, Wendy Gillespie, bass viol) 04:21
16 O Dive custos Auriacae Domus, Z. 504 (Peter Becker, James Bowman, Frederick Renz, harpsichord, Christina Mahler, cello) 06:23

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Purcell: Excerpts from The Fairy Queen; Odes and Elegies for Queen Mary - New York Ensemble for Early Music's Grande Bande, Frederick Renz

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TRACK LISTING

Julianne Baird, soprano

James Bowman, Peter Becker, countertenors

Stephen Sturck, tenor

Wilbur Pauley, bass

 

The Fairy Queen, Z. 629

1 Suite from Act III: Symphony while the Swans come forward - Dance for the Fairies - Dance for the Green Men - Dialogue between Coridon and Mopsa (Wilbur Pauley, Peter Becker) - Dance for the Haymakers 09:01

2 Three Songs from Act II: See, even Night herself is here - I am come to lock all fast (Julianne Baird) - Hush, no more (Wilbur Pauley, Quartet) 08:57
3 Suite from Act I: Prelude - Hornpipe - Air - Rondeau - Jig 07:11
4 Two Songs from Act II: Here's the Summer, sprightly, gay (Peter Becker) - Now Winter comes slowly (Wilbur Pauley) 03:48
5 Suite from Act V: Symphony - Hark! The echoing air (Julianne Baird) - Chaconne - They shall be as happy 07:07

Come Ye Sons of Art, Z. 323 (Birthday Ode for Queen Mary, 1694)
6 Overture 03:26
7 Song & Chorus: Come Ye Sons of Art (James Bowman) 02:01
8 Duet: Sound the trumpet (James Bowman, Peter Becker) 02:32
9 Symphony and Chorus 01:25
10 Song: Strike the viol (Peter Becker) 04:00
11 Song & Chorus: The day that such a blessing gave (Wilbur Pauley) 02:56
12 Song: Bid the Virtues (Julianne Baird, Marc Schachman, violin) 03:00
13 Song These are the sacred charms (Wilbur Pauley) 01:39
14 Duet & Chorus: See Nature rejoicing (Julianne Baird, Wilbur Pauley) 03:06
15 An Ode to The Queen, Z. 465: High on a Throne of Glitt'ring Ore (Julianne Baird, Wilbur Pauley, Frederick Renz, harpsichord, Wendy Gillespie, bass viol) 04:21
16 O Dive custos Auriacae Domus, Z. 504 (Peter Becker, James Bowman, Frederick Renz, harpsichord, Christina Mahler, cello) 06:23

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