Henry Purcell (baroque composer)

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children: Edward Purcell (18th century composer, son of Henry)
teachers: John Blow ( – ????)
has catalogue: Henry Purcell: An analytical catalogue of his music
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Wikidata: Q9695 [info]
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Appearances

Date Title Artist Length
composer
Dido & Aeneas Purcell; Les Arts Florissants, William Christie
1678 I Saw That You Were Grown So High, Z. 387
1679 Amintas, to my grief I see, Z. 356
1679 Since the pox or the plague, Z. 471
1679 What hope for us remains now he is gone?, Z. 472
1680-06-10 Fantasia for strings No. 4, Z. 735
1680-06-11 Fantasia for strings No. 5, Z. 736
1680-06-14 Fantasia for strings No. 6, Z. 737
1680-06-19 Fantasia for strings No. 7, Z. 738
1680-06-22 Fantasia for strings No. 8, Z. 739
1680-06-23 Fantasia for strings No. 9, Z. 740
1680-06-30 Fantasia for strings No. 10, Z. 741
1680-08-18 Fantasia for strings No. 11, Z. 742
1680-08-31 Fantasia for strings No. 12, Z. 743
1680 Beati omnes qui timent Dominum, Z. 131
1680 Here's that will challenge all the fair, Z. 253
1680 O all ye people, clap your hands, Z. 138
1680 Welcome, vicegerent of the mighty king, Z. 340
1680 – 1682 O Lord God of Hosts, Z. 37
1681 Amintor, heedless of his flocks, Z. 357
1681 How I sigh when I think of the charms, Z. 374
1681 Pastora's beauties when unblown, Z. 407
1681 When her languishing eyes said 'love', Z. 432
1681 – 1682 Complete Service in B-flat, Z. 230
1682 Let mine eyes run down with tears, Z. 24
1682 – 1685 It is a good thing to give thanks, Z. 18
1682 – 1685 It is a good thing to give thanks, Z. 18: I. Symphony
1682 – 1685 It is a good thing to give thanks, Z. 18: II. To tell of thy loving kindness
1682 – 1685 It is a good thing to give thanks, Z. 18: III. O Lord how glorious are thy works
1682 – 1685 It is a good thing to give thanks, Z. 18: IV. For thou, Lord, hast made me glad
1682 – 1685 O Praise God in His Holiness, Z. 42
1682 – 1685 O Praise God in His Holiness, Z. 42: I. Symphony
1682 – 1685 O Praise God in His Holiness, Z. 42: II. Praise Him in His Noble Acts
1682 – 1685 O Praise God in His Holiness, Z. 42: III. Praise Him upon the Well-Tuned Cymbals
1683 From hardy climes and dangerous toils of war, Z. 325
1683 Mad Bess of Bedlam, Z. 370 "From Silent Shades and the Elysian Groves"
1683 Ode, Z 324 "Fly, bold rebellion"
1683 Ode, Z 324 "Fly, bold rebellion": I. Symphony
1683 Ode, Z 324 "Fly, bold rebellion": II. Quintet - Ritornello - Aria (Bass) - Chorus "Fly, bold rebellion"
1683 Ode, Z 324 "Fly, bold rebellion": III. Aria (High Tenor) - Ritornello - Chorus "Rivers from their channels turned"
1683 Ode, Z 324 "Fly, bold rebellion": IV. Aria (Bass, Tenor) - Ritornello "If then we've found the want of his rays"
1683 Ode, Z 324 "Fly, bold rebellion": V. Trio (Sopranos I-II, Tenor) - Ritornello "But Heaven has now dispelled those fears"
1683 Ode, Z 324 "Fly, bold rebellion": VI. Aria (Alto, Tenor, Bass) - Chorus "Come then, change your notes"
1683 Ode, Z 324 "Fly, bold rebellion": VII. Aria (Alto) - Ritornello " Be welcome then, great Sir"
1683 Ode, Z 324 "Fly, bold rebellion": VIII. Septet - Chorus "Welcome to all those wishes fulfilled"
1683 Rashly I swore I would disown, Z. 411
1683 Sleep, Adam, and Take Thy Rest, Z. 195
1683 Song, Z 413 "She Loves and she Confesses too"
1683 Trio Sonata in 3 parts no. 1 in G minor, Z. 790
1683 Trio Sonata in 3 parts no. 2 in B-flat major, Z. 791
1683 Trio Sonata in 3 parts no. 3 in D minor, Z. 792
1683 Trio Sonata in 3 parts no. 4 in F major, Z. 793
1683 Trio Sonata in 3 parts no. 5 in A minor, Z. 794
1683 Trio Sonata in 3 parts no. 6 in C major, Z. 795
1683 Trio Sonata in 3 parts no. 7 in E minor, Z. 796
1683 Trio Sonata in 3 parts no. 8 in G major, Z. 797
1683 Trio Sonata in 3 parts no. 9 in C minor, Z. 798
1683 Trio Sonata in 3 parts no. 10 in A major, Z. 799
1683 Trio Sonata in 3 parts no. 11 in F minor, Z. 800
1683 Trio Sonata in 3 parts no. 12 in D major, Z. 801
1683 Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 1 in B minor, Z. 802: I. Adagio
1683 Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 1 in B minor, Z. 802: III. Largo
1683 Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 1 in B minor, Z. 802: IV. Vivace
1683 Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 2 in E-flat major, Z. 803: I. Adagio
1683 Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 2 in E-flat major, Z. 803: II. Canzona (allegro)
1683 Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 2 in E-flat major, Z. 803: III. Adagio
1683 Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 2 in E-flat major, Z. 803: IV. Largo
1683 Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 3 in A minor, Z. 804: I. Grave
1683 Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 3 in A minor, Z. 804: II. Largo
1683 Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 3 in A minor, Z. 804: III. Adagio
1683 Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 3 in A minor, Z. 804: V. Allegro - Grave
1683 Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 4 in D minor, Z. 805: I. Adagio
1683 Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 4 in D minor, Z. 805: II. Canzona
1683 Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 4 in D minor, Z. 805: III. Adagio
1683 Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 4 in D minor, Z. 805: IV. Vivace
1683 Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 4 in D minor, Z. 805: V. Largo
1683 Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 5 in G minor, Z. 806: I. Adagio
1683 Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 5 in G minor, Z. 806: II. Canzona
1683 Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 5 in G minor, Z. 806: III. Largo
1683 Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 5 in G minor, Z. 806: IV. Adagio
1683 Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 5 in G minor, Z. 806: V. Presto
1683 Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 6 in G minor (Chaconne), Z. 807
1683 Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 7 in C major, Z. 808: I. Vivace
1683 Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 7 in C major, Z. 808: II. Largo
1683 Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 7 in C major, Z. 808: III. Grave
1683 Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 7 in C major, Z. 808: V. Allegro
1683 Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 8 in G minor, Z. 809: I. Adagio
1683 Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 8 in G minor, Z. 809: II. Canzona
1683 Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 8 in G minor, Z. 809: III. Grave
1683 Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 8 in G minor, Z. 809: IV. Largo
1683 Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 8 in G minor, Z. 809: V. Vivace
1683 Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 9 in F major, Z. 810: I. Vivace
1683 Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 9 in F major, Z. 810: II. Adagio
1683 Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 9 in F major, Z. 810: III. Canzona
1683 Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 9 in F major, Z. 810: IV. Grave
1683 Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 9 in F major, Z. 810: V. Allegro
1683 Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 10 in D major, Z. 811: I. Adagio
1683 Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 10 in D major, Z. 811: II. Canzona (allegro)
1683 Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 10 in D major, Z. 811: III. Grave
1683 Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 10 in D major, Z. 811: IV. Largo
1683 Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 10 in D major, Z. 811: V. Allegro
1683 Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 1 in G minor, Z. 790: I. Adagio
1683 Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 1 in G minor, Z. 790: II. Vivace
1683 Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 1 in G minor, Z. 790: III. Adagio, Presto
1683 Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 1 in G minor, Z. 790: IV. Largo
1683 Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 2 in B-flat major, Z. 791: I. Adagio
1683 Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 2 in B-flat major, Z. 791: II. Largo, Presto
1683 Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 2 in B-flat major, Z. 791: III. Adagio
1683 Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 2 in B-flat major, Z. 791: IV. Allegro
1683 Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 3 in D minor, Z. 792: I. Grave, Adagio
1683 Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 3 in D minor, Z. 792: II. Canzona
1683 Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 3 in D minor, Z. 792: III. Poco Largo, Allegro
1683 Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 4 in F major, Z. 793: I. Adagio
1683 Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 4 in F major, Z. 793: II. Canzona
1683 Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 4 in F major, Z. 793: III. Poco Largo
1683 Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 4 in F major, Z. 793: IV. Allegro
1683 Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 5 in A minor, Z. 794: I. Canzona
1683 Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 5 in A minor, Z. 794: II. Adagio
1683 Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 5 in A minor, Z. 794: III. Largo
1683 Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 5 in A minor, Z. 794: IV. Grave, Canzona
1683 Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 6 in C major, Z. 795: I. Adagio
1683 Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 6 in C major, Z. 795: II. Canzona
1683 Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 6 in C major, Z. 795: III. Largo
1683 Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 6 in C major, Z. 795: IV. Allegro
1683 Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 7 in E minor, Z. 796: I. Adagio
1683 Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 7 in E minor, Z. 796: II. Canzona
1683 Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 7 in E minor, Z. 796: III. Largo
1683 Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 7 in E minor, Z. 796: IV. Grave
1683 Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 7 in E minor, Z. 796: V. Vivace
1683 Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 8 in G major, Z. 797: I. Canzona
1683 Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 8 in G major, Z. 797: II. Poco Largo, Allegro
1683 Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 8 in G major, Z. 797: III. Grave, Vivace
1683 Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 9 in C minor, Z. 798: I. Adagio
1683 Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 9 in C minor, Z. 798: II. Largo
1683 Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 9 in C minor, Z. 798: III. Canzona, Adagio
1683 Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 9 in C minor, Z. 798: IV. Allegro
1683 Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 10 in A major, Z. 799: I. Adagio
1683 Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 10 in A major, Z. 799: II. Largo
1683 Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 10 in A major, Z. 799: III. Grave, Presto
1683 Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 11 in F minor, Z. 800: I. Adagio
1683 Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 11 in F minor, Z. 800: II. Canzona
1683 Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 11 in F minor, Z. 800: III. Adagio
1683 Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 11 in F minor, Z. 800: IV. Largo
1683 Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 12 in D major, Z. 801: I. Adagio
1683 Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 12 in D major, Z. 801: II. Canzona
1683 Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 12 in D major, Z. 801: III. Poco Largo
1683 Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 12 in D major, Z. 801: IV. Grave, Presto
1683 Trio Sonata of 3 parts no. 12 in D major, Z. 801: V. Allegro
1683 Young John the gard'ner, Z. 292
1684 A thousand sev'ral ways I tried, Z. 359
1684 Beware, poor Shepherds, Z. 361
1684 He himself courts his own ruin, Z. 372
1684 In Cloris all soft charms, Z. 384
1684 Let us, kind Lesbia, give away, Z. 466
1684 – 1685 O Solitude, Z. 406
1685 'Tis women makes us love, catch for 4 voices, Z. 281
1685 A health to the nut-brown lass, Z. 240
1685 Cupid, the slyest rogue alive, Z. 367
1685 Farewell, all joys, Z. 368
1685 I was glad when they said unto me (1685 version, originally attributed to John Blow; not Z. 19)
1685 Love is now become a trade, Z. 393
1685 Musing on cares of human fate, Z. 467
1685 My heart is inditing, Z. 30
1685 My heart is inditing, Z. 30: I: Symphony; My heart is inditing
1685 My heart is inditing, Z. 30: II. She shall be brought unto the King
1685 My heart is inditing, Z. 30: III. Symphony; Hearken, O daughter
1685 My heart is inditing, Z. 30: IV. Praise the Lord, O Jerusalem
1685 My heart, wherever you appear, Z. 399
1685 Ode, Z 334 "Raise raise the voice": I. Symphony
1685 Ode, Z 334 "Raise raise the voice": II. Aria (Bass) - Chorus - Ritornello "Raise, raise the voice"
1685 Ode, Z 334 "Raise raise the voice": III. Aria (Soprano) - Trio (Soprano, Tenor, Bass) "The God himself says he'll be present here"
1685 Ode, Z 334 "Raise raise the voice": IV. Aria (Soprano) - Chorus - Ritornello - Chorus "Mark how readily each pliant string"
1685 Ode, Z 334: "Raise raise the voice"
1685 Ode, Z 343 "Why, why are all the Muses mute?": I. Aria (Tenor) - Chorus - Symphony "Why, why are all the Muses mute?"
1685 Ode, Z 343 "Why, why are all the Muses mute?": II. Aria (Tenor) - Chorus "When should each soul exalted be"
1685 Ode, Z 343 "Why, why are all the Muses mute?": III. Aria (Alto) - Ritornello "Britain, thou now art great"
1685 Ode, Z 343 "Why, why are all the Muses mute?": IV. Trio (Alto, Tenor, Bass) - Chorus "Look up, and to our Isle returning see"
1685 Ode, Z 343 "Why, why are all the Muses mute?": IX. Aria (Tenor) - Ritornello - Chorus "O how blest is the Isle to which Caesar is given"
1685 Ode, Z 343 "Why, why are all the Muses mute?": V. Aria (Bass) - Duet (Sopranos I-II) "Accurs'd rebellion reared his head"
1685 Ode, Z 343 "Why, why are all the Muses mute?": VI. Ritornello - Duet (High Tenor, Bass) "Caesar for milder virtues honour'd more"
1685 Ode, Z 343 "Why, why are all the Muses mute?": VII. Aria (Tenor) - Chorus "The many-headed beast is quelled at home"
1685 Ode, Z 343 "Why, why are all the Muses mute?": VIII. Duet (Basses I-II) "In the equal balance laid"
1685 Ode, Z 343: "Why, why are all the Muses mute?"
1685 Soft notes and gently raised, Z. 510
1685 Sophonisba, Z. 590
1685 They say you're angry, Z. 422
1685 While Thyrsis, wrapt in downy sleep, Z. 437
1685 Ye happy swains, whose nymphs are kind, Z. 443
1686 Sylvia, 'tis true you're fair, Z. 512
1686 The miller's daughter riding, Z. 277
1686 Under this stone lies Gabriel John, Z. 286
1686 Whilst Cynthia sung, all angry winds lay still, Z. 438
1687 Amidst the shades and cool refreshing streams, Z. 355
1687 Cease, anxious world, Z. 362
1687 Funeral Music on the Death of Queen Mary: VI. Anthem, Z. 58c "Thou knowest, Lord" (2nd setting for 4 trumpets)
1687 Hence, fond deceiver, Z. 492
1687 In some kind dream, Z. 497
1687 Let formal lovers still pursue, Z. 391
1687 Minuet, Z. 649
1687 Pastoral Elegy on the Death of John Playford "Gently shepherds, you that know", Z. 464
1687 Praise the Lord, O my soul, O Lord my God, Z. 48
1687 Sing unto God, Z. 52
1687 Spite of the godhead, pow'rful love, Z. 417
1687 Thy way, O God, is holy, Z. 60
1687 When first Amintas sued for a kiss, Z. 430
1688 A Fool's Preferment, or The Three Dukes of Dunstable, Z. 571
1688 Blessed are they that fear the Lord, Z. 5
1688 Blessed are they that fear the Lord, Z. 5: I. Symphony
1688 Blessed are they that fear the Lord, Z. 5: II. Blessed are they that fear the Lord
1688 Blessed are they that fear the Lord, Z. 5: III. The Lord thy God from out of Sion
1688 Blessed are they that fear the Lord, Z. 5: IV. Alleluia
1688 Blessed is he that considereth the poor, Z. 7
1688 My lady's coachman, John, Z. 260
1688 O Sing Unto the Lord a New Song, Z. 44: I. Symphony
1688 O Sing Unto the Lord a New Song, Z. 44: II. O Sing Unto the Lord a New Song
1688 O Sing Unto the Lord a New Song, Z. 44: III. Sing Unto the Lord and Praise His Name
1688 O Sing Unto the Lord a New Song, Z. 44: IV. The Lord Is Great and Cannot Worthily Be Praised
1688 O Sing Unto the Lord a New Song, Z. 44: V. O Worship the Lord in the Beauty of Holiness
1688 O Sing Unto the Lord a New Song, Z. 44: VI. Tell It Out Among the Heathen That the Lord Is King
1688 O sing unto the Lord a new song, Z.44
1688 Phyllis, I can ne'er forgive it, Z. 408
1688 Sylvia, now your scorn give over, Z. 420
1688 The Lord is King, the earth may be glad, Z. 54
1688 This Poet Sings the Trojan Wars, Z. 423
1689 Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act I, 1. Aria “Shake the cloud from off your brow” (Belinda) – “Banish sorrow, banish care” (Chorus)
1689 Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act I, 2. “Ah! Belinda, I am prest with torment” (Dido)
1689 Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act I, 5. Recitative “Whence could so much virtue spring?” (Dido, Belinda, Second Woman)
1689 Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act I, 6. “Fear no danger to ensue” (Belinda, Second Woman, Chorus)
1689 Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act I, 7. Recitative “See, your royal guest appears” (Belinda, Aeneas, Dido)
1689 Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act I. "Ruin'd ere the set of sun"
1689 Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act II, 13. Prelude for the Witches – “Wayward sisters” (Sorceress, First Witch)
1689 Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act II, 24. Aria “Oft she visits this lone mountain” (Second Woman) / Ritornelle
1689 Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act II, 25. Recitative “Behold, upon my bending spear” (Aeneas, Dido)
1689 Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act II, 27. Recitative “Stay, Prince, and hear great Jove’s command” (Spirit, Aeneas)
1689 Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act II. Ritornelle - "Thanks to these lonesome dales"
1689 Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act III "Thy Hand Belinda" / Dido's Lament "When I am Laid in Earth" (arr. Henry Wood)
1689 Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act III, 28. Prelude “Come away, fellow sailors, your anchors be weighing” (First Sailor, Chorus)
1689 Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act III, 30. Recitative “See, the flags and streamers curling” (Sorceress, Witches)
1689 Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act III, 33. Recitative “Your counsel all is urg’d in vain” (Dido, Belinda, Aeneas)
1689 Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act III, 34. Recitative “But death, alas! I cannot shun” (Dido)
1689 Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act III, 37. Ground, Aria and Ritornello “When I am laid in earth” (Dido)
1689 Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act III, 38. “With drooping wings” (Chorus)
1689 Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Overture
1689 Now does the glorious day appear, Z. 332
1689 Now does the glorious day appear, Z. 332: "By beauteous softness mixed with majesty"
1689 Praise the Lord, O Jerusalem, Z. 46
1689 Praise the Lord, O Jerusalem, Z. 46: I. Symphony
1689 Praise the Lord, O Jerusalem, Z. 46: II. Praise the Lord, O Jerusalem
1689 Praise the Lord, O Jerusalem, Z. 46: III. Be Thou Exalted, Lord, in Thine Own Strength
1689 See how the fading glories of the year, Z. 470
1689 Suite of Five Pieces: IV. When I am Laid in Earth
1690 I gave her cakes and I gave her ale, Z. 256
1690 My song shall be alway, Z. 31
1690 My song shall be alway, Z. 31: I. Symphony
1690 My song shall be alway, Z. 31: II. My song shall be alway of the loving-kindness of the Lord
1690 My song shall be alway, Z. 31: III. God is very greatly to be feared
1690 My song shall be alway, Z. 31: IV. Symphony
1690 My song shall be alway, Z. 31: V. O Lord God of hosts, who is like unto thee?
1690 My song shall be alway, Z. 31: VI. Alleluia
1691 King Arthur, Z. 628
1691 King Arthur, Z. 628: Act V. "Fairest isle"
1691 Lost is my quiet forever, Z. 502
1691 Ode, Z 338 "Welcome, welcome, glorious morn"
1691 Ode, Z 338 "Welcome, welcome, glorious morn": I. Symphony
1691 Ode, Z 338 "Welcome, welcome, glorious morn": II. Aria (High Tenor) - Chorus "Welcome, welcome, glorious morn"
1691 Ode, Z 338 "Welcome, welcome, glorious morn": III. Duet (High Tenor, Bass) - Ritornello - Chorus "At thy return"
1691 Ode, Z 338 "Welcome, welcome, glorious morn": IV. Duet (Alto, Bass) "Welcome as when three happy Kingdoms strove"
1691 Ode, Z 338 "Welcome, welcome, glorious morn": IX. Duet (Basses I-II) "He to the Field by Honour call'd"
1691 Ode, Z 338 "Welcome, welcome, glorious morn": V. Aria (Tenor) " THe mighty Goddess of this wealthy Isle"
1691 Ode, Z 338 "Welcome, welcome, glorious morn": VI. Trio (Alto, High Tenor, Bass) - Chorus - Ritornello "Full of Wonder and Delight"
1691 Ode, Z 338 "Welcome, welcome, glorious morn": VII. Aria (Tenor) - Chorus "And lo! a sacred Fury swell'd her Breast"
1691 Ode, Z 338 "Welcome, welcome, glorious morn": VIII. Aria (Soprano) - Chorus "My Pray'rs are heard"
1691 Ode, Z 338 "Welcome, welcome, glorious morn": X. Aria (High Tenor) "Whilst undisturb'd his happy Consort reigns"
1691 Ode, Z 338 "Welcome, welcome, glorious morn": XI. Aria (Tenor) - Chorus "Sound, all ye Spheres"
1691 The Old Bachelor, Z. 607
1691 Why, my Daphne, why complaining?, Z. 525
1692 “Hail! Bright Cecilia”, Z. 328
1692 Corinna is divinely fair, Z. 365
1692 Fly swift, ye hours, Z. 369
1692 If Music Be the Food of Love, Z. 379
1692 Oedipus, King of Thebes, Z. 583
1692 On the brow of Richmond Hill, Z. 405
1692 Stript of Their Green Our Groves Appear, Z. 444
1692 The Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part I "Oberon's birthday": "Hail! great parent of us all"
1692 The Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part I "Oberon's birthday": "Here's the Summer, springly, gay"
1692 The Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part I "Oberon's birthday": "Let the fifes and the clarions...Dance"
1692 The Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part I "Oberon's birthday": "Next, Winter comes slowly"
1692 The Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part I "Oberon's birthday": "Now the night is chas'd away"
1692 The Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part I "Oberon's birthday": "See, my many-coloured fields"
1692 The Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part I "Oberon's birthday": "Thus the ever grateful Spring"
1692 The Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part I "Oberon's birthday": "When a cruel long Winter"
1692 The Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part I "Oberon's birthday": Symphony
1692 The Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part II "Night and silence": "Dance for the followers of night"
1692 The Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part II "Night and silence": "Echo... Now join your warbling voices all"
1692 The Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part II "Night and silence": "Fill up the bowl, then"
1692 The Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part II "Night and silence": "Hush, no more"
1692 The Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part II "Night and silence": "I am come to lock all fast"
1692 The Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part II "Night and silence": "One charming night"
1692 The Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part II "Night and silence": "See, even Night herself is here"
1692 The Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part II "Night and silence": "The Songsters... May the god of wit inspire"
1692 The Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part II "Night and silence": Prelude - "Come, all ye songsters of the sky"
1692 The Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part III "The sweet passion": "A dance of haymakers"
1692 The Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part III "The sweet passion": "A thousand, thousand ways"
1692 The Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part III "The sweet passion": "Hornpipe and rondeau"
1692 The Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part III "The sweet passion": "If love's a sweet passion"
1692 The Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part III "The sweet passion": "Now the maids and the men are making of hay"
1692 The Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part III "The sweet passion": "The Plaint: O let me weep, for ever weep!"
1692 The Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part III "The sweet passion": Overture
1692 The Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part IV "Epithalamium": "Chaconne"
1692 The Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part IV "Epithalamium": "Hark! hark! the echoing air"
1692 The Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part IV "Epithalamium": "My torch indeed... They shall be as happy"
1692 The Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part IV "Epithalamium": "See, I obey"
1692 The Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part IV "Epithalamium": "Sure the dull God of Marriage"
1692 The Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part IV "Epithalamium": "They shall be as happy"
1692 The Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part IV "Epithalamium": "Turn then thine eyes"
1692 The Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part IV "Epithalamium": Symphony
1693 Celebrate This Festival, Z. 321
1693 Incidental Music for "The Double Dealer", Z. 592
1693 Let each gallant heart, Z. 390
1693 O give thanks unto the Lord, Z. 33
1693 O give thanks unto the Lord, Z. 33: I. O give thanks unto the Lord
1693 O give thanks unto the Lord, Z. 33: II. Who can express the noble acts of the Lord
1693 O give thanks unto the Lord, Z. 33: III. Remember me, O Lord
1693 O give thanks unto the Lord, Z. 33: IV. That I may see the felicity
1693 O give thanks unto the Lord, Z. 33: V. Blessed be the Lord God of Israel
1693 Of all the instruments that are, Z. 263
1693 Rule a Wife and Have a Wife, Z. 587
1693 Rule a Wife and Have a Wife, Z. 587: "There's not a swain on the plain"
1694 Ask me to love no more, Z. 358
1694 Birthday Ode for Queen Mary "Come Ye Sons of Art", Z. 323
1694 Birthday Ode for Queen Mary "Come Ye Sons of Art", Z. 323: I. Ouverture
1694 Birthday Ode for Queen Mary "Come Ye Sons of Art", Z. 323: II. Come, ye sons of Art, come away
1694 Birthday Ode for Queen Mary "Come Ye Sons of Art", Z. 323: III. Sound the Trumpet
1694 Birthday Ode for Queen Mary "Come Ye Sons of Art", Z. 323: IV. Come, ye sons of Art, come away
1694 Birthday Ode for Queen Mary "Come Ye Sons of Art", Z. 323: IX. See Nature, rejoicing
1694 Birthday Ode for Queen Mary "Come Ye Sons of Art", Z. 323: V. Strike the viol
1694 Birthday Ode for Queen Mary "Come Ye Sons of Art", Z. 323: VI. The day that such a blessing
1694 Birthday Ode for Queen Mary "Come Ye Sons of Art", Z. 323: VII. Bid the Virtues
1694 Birthday Ode for Queen Mary "Come Ye Sons of Art", Z. 323: VIII. These, are the sacred charms
1694 Distress'd Innocence, Z. 577: I. Overture
1694 Distress'd Innocence, Z. 577: II. Aire
1694 Distress'd Innocence, Z. 577: III. Slow Aire
1694 Distress'd Innocence, Z. 577: IV. Aire
1694 Distress'd Innocence, Z. 577: V. Hornpipe
1694 Distress'd Innocence, Z. 577: VI. Rondeau
1694 Distress'd Innocence, Z. 577: VII. Aire
1694 Distress'D Innocence, Z. 577: VIII. Minuet
1694 Distressed Innocence, Z. 577
1694 I Lov'd Fair Celia, Z. 381
1694 Sawney Is a Bonny Lad, Z. 412
1694 Te Deum and Jubilate Deo in D, Z. 232: I. We praise thee, O God
1694 Te Deum and Jubilate Deo in D, Z. 232: II. The father of an infinite majesty
1694 Te Deum and Jubilate Deo in D, Z. 232: III. When thou took'st upon thee to deliver man
1694 Te Deum and Jubilate Deo in D, Z. 232: IV. O Lord, save thy people
1694 Te Deum and Jubilate Deo in D, Z. 232: IX. Glory be to the father
1694 Te Deum and Jubilate Deo in D, Z. 232: V. Vouchsafe, O Lord, to keep us this day without sin
1694 Te Deum and Jubilate Deo in D, Z. 232: VI. O be joyful in the Lord, all ye lands
1694 Te Deum and Jubilate Deo in D, Z. 232: VII. Be ye sure that the Lord he is God
1694 Te Deum and Jubilate Deo in D, Z. 232: VIII. For the Lord is gracious
1694 Te Deum and Jubilate Deo, for St. Cecilia's Day, Z. 232
1694 The Virtuous Wife, Z. 611
1694 The Virtuous Wife, Z. 611, "Good Luck at Last": I. Overture
1694 The Virtuous Wife, Z. 611, "Good Luck at Last": II. Song Tune
1694 The Virtuous Wife, Z. 611, "Good Luck at Last": III. Slow Air
1694 The Virtuous Wife, Z. 611, "Good Luck at Last": IV. Air
1694 The Virtuous Wife, Z. 611, "Good Luck at Last": V. Preludio
1694 The Virtuous Wife, Z. 611, "Good Luck at Last": VI. Hornpipe
1694 The Virtuous Wife, Z. 611, "Good Luck at Last": VII. Minuet I
1694 The Virtuous Wife, Z. 611, "Good Luck at Last": VII. Minuet II
1694 The way of God is an undefiled way, Z. 56
1694 Timon of Athens, Z. 632: XVI. Return, revolting rebels
1695 Incidental Music for Abdelazer, or, the Moor's Revenge, Z 570
1695 Incidental Music for Abdelazer, or, the Moor's Revenge, Z 570: Air (catch-all for unknown 'Air' movement (there are 4))
1695 Love, thou canst hear, tho' thou art blind, Z. 396
1695 Music for the Funeral of Queen Mary, Z. 860
1695 Pausanias, the Betrayer of his Country, Z. 585
1695 Pious Celinda goes to pray'rs, Z. 410
1695 The Mock Marriage, Z. 605
1695 The Queen's Epicedium, Z. 383 "Incassum Lesbia, incassum rogas"
1695 The Rival Sisters, Z. 609
1695 Who can behold Florella's charms?, Z. 441
1695 Who can from joy refrain?, Z. 342
1695 Who can from joy refrain?, Z. 342: IV. The father brave
– 1695 Bonduca, or the British Heroine, Z. 574
“Hail! Bright Cecilia”, Z. 328: I. Symphony
“Hail! Bright Cecilia”, Z. 328: II. “Hail! Bright Cecilia”
“Hail! Bright Cecilia”, Z. 328: III. “Hark! Hark! Each tree its silence breaks”
“Hail! Bright Cecilia”, Z. 328: IV. “’Tis nature’s voice”
“Hail! Bright Cecilia”, Z. 328: IX. “The airy violin”
“Hail! Bright Cecilia”, Z. 328: V. “Soul of the world”
“Hail! Bright Cecilia”, Z. 328: VI. “Thou tun’st this world”
“Hail! Bright Cecilia”, Z. 328: VII. “With that sublime celestial lay”
“Hail! Bright Cecilia”, Z. 328: VIII. “Wondrous machine!”
“Hail! Bright Cecilia”, Z. 328: X. “In vain the am’rous flute”
“Hail! Bright Cecilia”, Z. 328: XI. “The fife and all the harmony of war”
“Hail! Bright Cecilia”, Z. 328: XII. “Let these amongst themselves contest”
“Hail! Bright Cecilia”, Z. 328: XIII. “Hail! Bright Cecilia, hail to thee”
(Gavotte) Almond in D-sol-re#, ZD. 219 No. 1
(Saraband) Borry in D-sol-re#, ZD 219 No. 2
A Double Verse in G
A Fool's Preferment, or The Three Dukes of Dunstable, Z. 571: "I'll sail upon the Dog-star"
A Minuet, Z. 650
A new ground, ZT. 682
A new Irish tune, Z. 646
A new Schotch tune, Z. 655
A Prince of Glorious Race Descended
A song tune, ZT. 695
Abdelazer Suite
Ah! Cruel nymph, you give despair, Z. 352
Ah! how pleasant 'tis to love, Z. 353
Air on a ground bass
Air, Z. 630 No. 1
Air, Z. 641
Air, Z. 693 No. 2
Aire, Z. 676
Aire, ZT. 675
Aire, ZT. 696 No. 2
Amphitryon, Z. 572
Amphitryon, Z. 572 "The Two Sosias": I. Overture
Amphitryon, Z. 572 "The Two Sosias": II. Saraband
Amphitryon, Z. 572 "The Two Sosias": III. Hornpipe
Amphitryon, Z. 572 "The Two Sosias": IV. Scotch Tune
Amphitryon, Z. 572 "The Two Sosias": V. Air
Amphitryon, Z. 572 "The Two Sosias": VI. Minuet
Amphitryon, Z. 572 "The Two Sosias": VII. Hornpipe
Amphitryon, Z. 572 "The Two Sosias": VIII. Borree
Amphitryon, Z. 572 "The Two Sosias". "Celia, That I Once Was Blest"
Amphitryon, Z. 572 "The Two Sosias". "For Iris I Sigh"
Amphitryon, Z. 572 "The Two Sosias". A Pastoral Dialogue Betwixt Thrsis and Iris
Amphitryon: Fair Iris and her swain
An Evening Hymn Upon a Ground
An Evening Hymn, Z. 193 "Now that the sun hath veiled his light"
An Evening Hymn, Z. 193 "Now that the sun hath veiled his light" (for voice and orchestra, Vaughan Williams)
An Evening Hymn: The Night Is Come
As Roger last night to Jenny lay close, Z. 242
Aureng-Zebe, Z. 573
Aureng-Zebe, Z. 573: I see she flies me
Awake, and with attention hear, Z. 181
Awake, put on thy strength, Z. 1
Awake, ye dead, Z. 182
Bacchus is a pow'r divine, Z. 360
Be merciful unto me, Z. 4
Begin the song, and strike the living lyre, Z. 183
Behold now, praise the Lord, Z. 3
Behold now, praise the Lord, Z. 3: I. Symphony
Behold now, praise the Lord, Z. 3: II. Behold now, praise the Lord
Behold now, praise the Lord, Z. 3: III. Glory be to the Father
Behold, I bring you glad tidings, Z. 2
Beneath a dark and melancholy grove, Z. 461
Beneath a poplar's shadow
Benedicite in B-flat, Z230
Benedictus in B-flat, Z. 230
Birthday Ode for Queen Mary "Love's Goddess Sure Was Blind", Z. 331
Birthday Ode for Queen Mary "Love's Goddess Sure Was Blind", Z. 331: Sweetness of nature / Long may she reign
Blessed be the Lord my strength, Z. 6
Blessed is he Whose Unrighteousness is Forgiven, Z. 8
Blessed is the man that feareth the Lord, Z. 9
Blow up the trumpet in Sion, Z. 10
Bonduca, or the British Heroine, Z. 574: “Oh! Lead me to some peaceful gloom” (Bonvica)
Bonduca: Overture
Bow down thine ear, O Lord, Z. 11
Bright Cecilia: Variations on a Theme by Purcell: Tema
Canary, ZT. 677
Cantate Domino, Z. 230
Celemene
Celestial Music: When Orpheus sang
Chaconne
Chaconne, ZT. 680
Chacony in G minor (arranged by Talbot)
Chacony in G minor (arranged by Britten)
Chacony in G minor for 2 violins, viola and continuo, Z. 730
Chiding Catch ("Fie, Nay")
Christ is made the sure foundation
Cibell for trumpet, strings, and basso continuo in C major, Z. 678
Circe, Z. 575
Circe, Z. 575. "Come Every Demon"
Circe, Z. 575. "Lovers Who To Their First Embraces Go"
Circe, Z. 575. "Pluto, Arise!"
Circe, Z. 575. "Their Necessary Aid You Use"
Circe, Z. 575. "We Must Assemble By a Sacrific"
Circe, Z. 575. Magicians' Dance
Close thine eyes and sleep secure, Z. 184
Come let us drink, Z. 245
Conker the King (Conker's Bad Fur Day)
Conker the King (reprise) (Conker: Live & Reloaded)
Conker the King (reprise) (Conker's Bad Fur Day)
Corant, Z. 644
Dance (a); "If music be the food" (b)
Dance for the Haymakers
Dance of Bacchanals (a); Trumpet Tune (b)
Dance of the furies
Dear Pretty Youth
Deus misereator, Z. 230
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act I
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act I, 3. Recitative “Grief increases by concealing” (Belinda, Dido, Second Woman)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act I, 4. “When monarchs unite” (Chorus)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act I, 8. “Cupid only throws the dart” (Chorus)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act I, 9. Recitative “If not for mine, for empire’s sake” (Aeneas)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act I, 10. Aria “Pursue thy conquest, love” (Belinda)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act I, 11. “To the hills and the vales” (Chorus)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act I, 12. The Triumphing Dance
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act I, VII. "Fear no danger" / Dance
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act I. Dance (interstitial, unnumbered)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act I. Guitar Dance (interstitial, unnumbered)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act II
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act II, 14. “Harm’s our delight” (Witches chorus)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act II, 15. Recitative “The Queen of Carthage, whom we hate” (Sorceress)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act II, 16. “Ho ho ho!” (Chorus)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act II, 17. Recitative “Ruin’d ere the set of sun?” (Two Witches, Sorceress)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act II, 18. “Ho ho ho!” (Chorus)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act II, 19. “But ere we this perform” (Two Witches)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act II, 20. “In our deep vaulted cell” (Chorus)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act II, 21. Echo Dance of Furies
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act II, 22. Ritornelle
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act II, 23. Aria & Chorus “Thanks to these lonesome vales” (Belinda, Chorus)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act II, 26. Aria & Chorus “Haste, haste to town” (Belinda, Chorus)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act II. Gittar Ground a Dance (interstitial, unnumbered)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act II. The Groves Dance (interstitial, unnumbered, end of Act II)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act III
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act III, 29. The Sailors’ Dance
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act III, 31. “Destruction’s our delight” (Chorus)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act III, 32. The Witches’ Dance
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act III, 35. “Great minds against themselves conspire” (Chorus)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act III, 36. Recitative “Thy hand, Belinda; darkness shades me” (Dido)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act III. Aria “Our next motion” (Sorceress) (interstitial, unnumbered)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Act III. Cupids’ Dance (interstitial, unnumbered, end of Act III)
Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: Prologue
Dido and Aeneas: Act II. Ritornelle / "Thanks to these lonesome vales"
Dido's Lament
Dioclesian: Ouverture
Draw near, you lovers, Z. 462
Duet "Lost is my quiet"
Dulcibella
Early, O Lord, my fainting soul, Z. 132
Fantasia for strings No. 1, Z. 732
Fantasia for strings No. 2, Z. 733
Fantasia for strings No. 3, Z. 734
Fantasia for strings No. 13, Z. 744 (incomplete)
Fantasia for strings upon one note, Z. 745
Fantasia on a Ground and Two Pavans
Fantasia on a Ground and Two Pavans: Fantasia on a Ground
Fantasia on a Ground and Two Pavans: Pavan in A major
Fantasia on a Ground and Two Pavans: Pavan in B-flat major
Fantasia upon One Note
Fantasia, 3 parts on a Ground for three recorders, Z. 731
First music
Five Songs: Hark the ech'ing air
Five Songs: How blest are Shepherds
Five Songs: I attempt from Love's sickness to fly
Five Songs: I take no pleasure
Five Songs: Take not a woman's anger ill
Full of wrath, his threatening breath, Z185
Funeral Music on the Death of Queen Mary: I. March, Z. 860
Funeral Music on the Death of Queen Mary: II. Anthem, Z. 27 "Man that is born of a woman"
Funeral Music on the Death of Queen Mary: III. Canzona, Z. 860
Funeral Music on the Death of Queen Mary: IV. In the midst of life, Z. 17
Funeral Music on the Death of Queen Mary: V. Canzona, Z. 860
Funeral Music on the Death of Queen Mary: VI. Anthem, Z. 58b "Thou knowest, Lord"
Funeral Music on the Death of Queen Mary: VII. March, Z. 860
Funeral of Queen Mary
Funeral Sentences
Give Sentence With Me, o God, Z. 12
Go tell Amynta, gentle swain, Z. 489
Great God and just, Z186
Ground in C major, Z. 681
Ground in C minor, ZD. 221
Ground in C minor, ZT. 681
Ground in D minor, ZD. 222
Ground in gamut, Z. 645
Hark how the wild musicians sing, Z. 542
Hark, Damon, hark Z. 541
Hark! How the Songsters of the Grove
Harpsichord Suite in C major, Z. 665
Harpsichord Suite in C major, Z. 665: I. Prelude
Harpsichord Suite in C major, Z. 665: II. Almand
Harpsichord Suite in C major, Z. 665: III. Corant
Harpsichord Suite in C major, Z. 665: IV. Saraband
Harpsichord Suite in C major, Z. 665: V. Jigg
Harpsichord Suite no. 1 in G major, Z. 660
Harpsichord Suite no. 1 in G major, Z. 660: I. Prelude
Harpsichord Suite no. 1 in G major, Z. 660: II. Almand
Harpsichord Suite no. 1 in G major, Z. 660: III. Corant
Harpsichord Suite no. 1 in G major, Z. 660: IV. Minuet
Harpsichord Suite no. 2 in G minor, Z. 661
Harpsichord Suite no. 2 in G minor, Z. 661: I. Prelude
Harpsichord Suite no. 2 in G minor, Z. 661: II. Almand
Harpsichord Suite no. 2 in G minor, Z. 661: III. Corant
Harpsichord Suite no. 2 in G minor, Z. 661: IV. Sarabande
Harpsichord Suite no. 3 in G major, Z. 662
Harpsichord Suite no. 3 in G major, Z. 662: I. Prelude
Harpsichord Suite no. 3 in G major, Z. 662: II. Almand
Harpsichord Suite no. 3 in G major, Z. 662: III. Corant
Harpsichord Suite no. 4 in A minor, Z. 663
Harpsichord Suite no. 4 in A minor, Z. 663: I. Prelude
Harpsichord Suite no. 4 in A minor, Z. 663: II. Almand
Harpsichord Suite no. 4 in A minor, Z. 663: III. Corante
Harpsichord Suite no. 4 in A minor, Z. 663: IV. Sarabande
Harpsichord Suite no. 5 in C major, Z. 666
Harpsichord Suite no. 5 in C major, Z. 666: I. Prelude
Harpsichord Suite no. 5 in C major, Z. 666: II. Almand
Harpsichord Suite no. 5 in C major, Z. 666: III. Corant
Harpsichord Suite no. 5 in C major, Z. 666: IV. Sarabande
Harpsichord Suite no. 5 in C major, Z. 666: V. Jigg
Harpsichord Suite no. 6 in D major, Z. 667
Harpsichord Suite no. 6 in D major, Z. 667: I. Prelude
Harpsichord Suite no. 6 in D major, Z. 667: II. Almand
Harpsichord Suite no. 6 in D major, Z. 667: III. Hornpipe
Harpsichord Suite no. 7 in D minor, Z. 668
Harpsichord Suite no. 7 in D minor, Z. 668: I. Almand
Harpsichord Suite no. 7 in D minor, Z. 668: II. Corant
Harpsichord Suite no. 7 in D minor, Z. 668: III. Hornpipe
Harpsichord Suite no. 8 in F major, Z. 669
Harpsichord Suite no. 8 in F major, Z. 669: I. Prelude
Harpsichord Suite no. 8 in F major, Z. 669: II. Almand
Harpsichord Suite no. 8 in F major, Z. 669: III. Corant
Harpsichord Suite no. 8 in F major, Z. 669: IV. Minuet
Hear me, O Lord, and That Soon, Z. 13
Hear me, O Lord, the great support, Z133
Hear my prayer, O God, Z. 14
Hear My Prayer, O Lord, Z. 15
Hornpipe in B-flat major, ZT. 570
Hornpipe, ZT. 683
Hornpipe, ZT. 685 (for orchestra, Colles)
Hornpipe, ZT. 685
How have I strayed, Z. 188
How long, great God?, Z. 189
How pleasant is this flowery plain and grove! Z. 543
Hymn, Z 187: "Hosanna to the highest"
I came, I saw, and was undone, Z. 375
I love and I must, Z. 382
I spy Celia, Z. 499
I was glad when they said unto me, Z. 19
I will give thanks unto the Lord, Z. 21
I will give thanks unto thee, O Lord, Z. 20
I will give thanks unto thee, O Lord, Z. 20: I. Symphony
I will give thanks unto thee, O Lord, Z. 20: II. I will give thanks unto thee, O Lord
I will give thanks unto thee, O Lord, Z. 20: III. Symphony
I will give thanks unto thee, O Lord, Z. 20: IV. All the kings of the earth shall praise thee, O Lord
I will love thee, O Lord, ZN67
I will sing unto the Lord as long as I live, Z. 22
I'll Sail Upon the Dog-Star (arranged by Bantock)
If ever I more riches did desire, Z. 544
If pray'rs and tears, Z. 380
In all our Cynthia's shining sphere, Z. 496
In guilty night, Z. 134
In nomine à 6 in G minor, Z. 746
In Nomine in 7 parts, Z. 747
In the black dismal dungeon of despair, Z. 190
In thee, O Lord, do I put my trust, Z. 16
In these delightful pleasant groves
Incidental Music for Abdelazer, or, the Moor's Revenge, Z 570: I. Overture
Incidental Music for Abdelazer, or, the Moor's Revenge, Z 570: II, Rondeau
Incidental Music for Abdelazer, or, the Moor's Revenge, Z 570: III. Air in D
Incidental Music for Abdelazer, or, the Moor's Revenge, Z 570: IV. Air in G
Incidental Music for Abdelazer, or, the Moor's Revenge, Z 570: IX. Air in g
Incidental Music for Abdelazer, or, the Moor's Revenge, Z 570: V. Minuett in G
Incidental Music for Abdelazer, or, the Moor's Revenge, Z 570: VI. Air in g
Incidental Music for Abdelazer, or, the Moor's Revenge, Z 570: VII. Jigg in g
Incidental Music for Abdelazer, or, the Moor's Revenge, Z 570: VIII. Hornpipe
Intro (Funeral March for Queen Mary)
Jehova, quam multi sunt hostes mei (arr. Elgar)
Jehova, quam multi sunt hostes mei, Z. 135
Jigg, ZD 223
Jigg, ZT. 686
Job's Curse
Jubilate in B-flat
King Arthur Suite: Adagio
King Arthur Suite: Adagio
King Arthur Suite: Adagio
King Arthur Suite: Adagio - Allegro
King Arthur Suite: Allegro
King Arthur Suite: Andante
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act I
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act I, no. 1. Ouverture
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act I, no. 2. Air
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act I, no. 3. Symphony
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act I. "Brave souls"
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act I. "Come if you dare"
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act I. "I call you all"
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act I. "The lot is cast"
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act I. "To Woden thanks we render"
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act I. "Woden first to thee"
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act II
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act II. "Come follow me"
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act II. "Come, shepherds"
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act II. "Hither this way"
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act II. "How blest are shepherds"
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act II. "Let not a moon-born elf"
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act II. "Shepherd, shepherd, leave decoying"
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act II. Symphony
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act III
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act III. "Great love"
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act III. "No part of my dominion"
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act III. "Thou doting fool"
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act III. "Tis I that have warm'd ye"
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act III. "What ho!"
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act III. "What Power art thou"
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act III. Chorus "See, see"
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act III. Duet "Sound a parley"
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act III. Prelude
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act III. Symphony
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act III. The Frost Scene
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act IV
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act IV. "Two daughters of this aged stream"
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act IV. Passacaglia "How happy the lover"
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act IV. Symphony
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act V
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act V. "For folded flocks"
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act V. "Round thy coast"
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act V. "Ye Blust'ring brethren"
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act V. "Your hay it is mow'd"
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act V. Chaconne
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act V. Duet. "You say 'tis love"
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act V. Symphony
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act V. Trumpet Tune
King Arthur, Z. 628: Act V. Trumpet Tune / Chorus "Our natives"
Kyrie eleison in B-flat, Z. 230
Let God arise, Z. 23
Let mine eyes run down with tears, Z. 24: I. Let mine eyes run down with tears
Let mine eyes run down with tears, Z. 24: II. We acknowledge, O Lord, our wickedness
Let mine eyes run down with tears, Z. 24: III. Do not abhor us, for thy name's sake
Let Monarchs Fight for Power and Fame
Let the dreadful engines of eternal will
Let the night perish, Z. 191
Let Us Dance
Let us wander not unseen
Lobet, preiset
Lord, how long wilt thou be angry, Z. 25
Lord, I can suffer thy rebukes, Z. 136
Lord, not to us, but to thy name, Z. 137
Lord, what is Man?, Z. 192
Lord, who can tell how oft he offendeth?, Z26
Lovely Albina's come ashore, Z. 394
Magnificat and Nunc dimittis in G minor, Z231
Magnificat and Nunc dimittis in G minor, Z231: Magnificat
Magnificat and Nunc dimittis in G minor, Z231: Nunc dimittis
Magnificat in B-flat, Z. 230
Man Is for the Woman Made
Mantra
March, Z. 647
March, Z. 648
March, ZT. 687
Minuet, Z. 651
Minuet, ZT. 688
My beloved spake, Z. 28
My beloved spake, Z. 28: I. Symphony
My beloved spake, Z. 28: II. For lo! the winter is past
My beloved spake, Z. 28: III. And the time of the singing of birds is come
My beloved spake, Z. 28: IV. Symphony
My beloved spake, Z. 28: V. My beloved is mine and I am his
My heart is fixed, O God, Z29
New Minuet, ZT. 689
Nicene creed in B-flat, Z. 230
No, to what purpose should I speak, Z. 468
Not All My Torments Can Your Pity Move, Z. 400
Nunc dimittis in B-flat, Z. 230
O consider my adversity, Z. 32
O dive custos Auriacae domus, Z. 504 (An elegy upon the death of Queen Mary)
O God the King of Glory, Z. 34
O God, thou art my God, Z. 35
O God, Thou hast cast us out, Z. 36
O Lord Our Governor, Z. 39
O Lord, grant the King a long life, Z38
O Lord, our Governor, Z. 141
O Lord, rebuke me not, Z. 40
O Lord, Thou art my God, Z. 41
O praise the Lord, all ye heathen, Z43
O Solitude
O Solitude, My Sweetest Choice
O, I'm Sick of Life, Z. 140
Oedipus, King of Thebes, Z. 583: Act III "Music for a While"
Oh! what a scene does entertain my sight, Z. 506
Olinda in the shades unseen, Z. 404
Once, twice, thrice I Julia tried, Z. 265
Orpheus Britannicus: "'Tis holiday" / "Sound, Fame, they brazen trumpet"
Orpheus Britannicus: "Let sullen discorn smile"
Orpheus Britannicus: "So when the glittering Queen of Night"
Orpheus Britannicus: "Thou tun'st this world"
Orpheus Britannicus: "Why should men quarrel?"
Out of the Deep Have I Called, Z. 45
Overture for 2 violins, 2 violas, and basso continuo in G minor, Z. 772
Overture for 2 violins, viola, and basso continuo in D minor, Z. 771
Overture in D major "The Fairy Queen", ZT. 692
Overture in G minor "The Virtuous Wife", ZT. 693
Pausanias, the Betrayer of his Country, Z. 585: "Sweeter than roses"
Pavan for 2 violins and basso continuo in A major, Z. 748
Pavan for 2 violins and basso continuo in A minor, Z. 749
Pavan for 2 violins and basso continuo in B-flat major, Z. 750
Pavan for 2 violins and basso continuo in G minor, Z. 751
Pavan for 3 violins and basso continuo in G minor, Z. 752
Plung'd in the confines of despair, Z142
Pox on You for a Fop
Praise the Lord, O my soul, and all that is within me, Z. 47
Prelude (a); "O how happy" (b); Hornpipe (c)
Prelude for recorder in D minor, Z. 773
Prelude in C major
Prelude in G minor
Prelude in G minor, ZN 773 (for solo violin)
Prelude; "Let the soldiers rejoice"; Act tune
Prithee be n't so sad and serious, Z. 269
Rejoice in the Lord Always, Z. 49 (verse anthem)
Remember Me
Remember not, Lord, our offences, Z. 50
Rigaudon, ZD. 227
Riggadoon, Z. 653
Rondo
Round O, ZT. 684
Saraband with division, Z. 654
Saul and the Witch at Endor
Save me, O God, Z. 51
Second Music; Paspe; Chair dance
See where she sits, Z. 508
Sefuchi's Farewell, Z. 656
Set of Favourite Airs, Fantasies and Dances
Seven Songs: Fairest Isle
Seven Songs: I'll sail upon the Dog-star
Seven Songs: If music be the food of love
Seven Songs: Music for a while
Seven Songs: On the brow of Richmond Hill
Seven Songs: Pious Celinda
Seven Songs: Turn then thine eyes
Since God so tender a regard, Z. 143
Since time so kind to us does prove, Z. 272
Sir Barnaby Whigg, Z. 589
Sir Barnaby Whigg, Z. 589: "Blow, Boreas, Blow"
Sir Walter
Sir Walter enjoying his damsel, catch for 3 voices, Z. 273
Six Duets: I spy Celia
Six Duets: Lost is my quiet
Six Duets: No, resistance is but vain
Six Duets: Shepherd, leave decoying
Six Duets: Sound the Trumpet
Six Duets: What can we poor females do
Six Songs: If music be the food of love
Six Songs: Madd Bess
Six Songs: Man is for the Woman made
Six Songs: Not all my torments
Six Songs: Sweeter than roses
Six Songs: There's not a swain of the plain
Sonata a 2
Sonata for Trumpet and Organ From "A Fairy Queen": Air
Sonata for Trumpet and Organ From "A Fairy Queen": Air
Sonata for Trumpet and Organ From "A Fairy Queen": Hornpipe
Sonata for Trumpet and Organ From "A Fairy Queen": Prélude
Sonata for Trumpet and Organ From "A Fairy Queen": Rondeau
Sonata for trumpet, strings, and basso continuo in D major, Z. 850
Sonata for trumpet, strings, and basso continuo in D major, Z. 850: I. Allegro
Sonata for trumpet, strings, and basso continuo in D major, Z. 850: II. Adagio
Sonata for trumpet, strings, and basso continuo in D major, Z. 850: III. Presto
Sonata for violin and basso continuo in G minor, Z. 780
Sonata for violin and basso continuo in G minor, Z. 780: I. Adagio
Sonata for violin and basso continuo in G minor, Z. 780: II. Allegro
Sonata for violin and basso continuo in G minor, Z. 780: III. Largo
Sonata for violin and basso continuo in G minor, Z. 780: IV. Vivace
Song, Z 402: "O! fair Cedaria, hide those eyes"
Songtune, ZT. 694
Suite
Suite for 2 violins, viola, and basso continuo in G major
Suite for 2 violins, viola, and basso continuo in G major, Z. 770
Suite for 2 violins, viola, and basso continuo in G major: I. Overture
Suite for 2 violins, viola, and basso continuo in G major: II. Air
Suite for 2 violins, viola, and basso continuo in G major: III. Borry
Suite for 2 violins, viola, and basso continuo in G major: IV. Air
Suite for 2 violins, viola, and basso continuo in G major: V. Jigg
Suite for Organ and Orchestra (arranged by H. Wood)
Suite for Strings in C major (arranged by Hurlstone)
Suite for Strings, Woodwind & Horns (arr. Barbirolli)
Suite for Strings, Woodwind & Horns: I. Andante maestoso - Allegro (The Gordian Knot Untied) (arr. Barbirolli)
Suite for Strings, Woodwind & Horns: II. Tempo di minuetto (The Virtuous Wife) (arr. Barbirolli)
Suite for Strings, Woodwind & Horns: III. Andantino (King Arthur) (arr. Barbirolli)
Suite for Strings, Woodwind & Horns: IV. Allegretto giocoso (Abdelazar) (arr. Barbirolli)
Suite for Strings, Woodwind & Horns: V. Largo (Dido and Aeneas) (arr. Barbirolli)
Suite for Strings, Woodwind & Horns: VI. Allegro (King Arthur) (arr. Barbirolli)
Suite from King Arthur (arranged by Herbage)
Suite in C major
Suite of 4 parts in G major, Z. 770: I. Overture
Suite of 4 parts in G major, Z. 770: II. Sarabande
Suite of 4 parts in G major, Z. 770: III. Bourrée
Suite of 4 parts in G major, Z. 770: IV. Minuet
Suite of 4 parts in G major, Z. 770: V. Jig
Suite of Five Pieces
Suite of Five Pieces: I. Trumpet Tune
Suite of Five Pieces: II. Echo Pastorale
Suite of Five Pieces: III. Hornpipe
Suite of Five Pieces: V. Largo and Allegro
Suite of Five Pieces: V. Largo and Allegro: Allegro
Suite of Five Pieces: V. Largo and Allegro: Largo
Suite: I. Rondeau
Suite: II. Slow Air
Suite: III. Air
Suite: IV. Minuet
Suite: V. Allegro
Te Deum and Jubilate Deo in D, Z. 232: Jubilate Deo
Te Deum and Jubilate Deo in D, Z. 232: Te Deum
Te Deum in B-flat
Tell me, some pitying angel, Z. 196
The Beggar's Opera: Act I. Air. "Virgins are like the fair flower in its lustre" (Polly, Peachum)
The Blessed Virgin's Expostulation
The Cares of Lovers
The Cold Song
The Comical History of Don Quixote, Z. 578
The Comical History of Don Quixote, Z. 578: Part III. "From rosy bow'rs"
The earth trembled, Z. 197
The Embrace
The Fairy Queen, Z. 629 (Britten-Pears-Holst concert version)
The Fairy Queen, Z. 629 (catch-all for arrangements)
The Fairy Queen, Z. 629
The Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Act II: Air
The Fairy Queen, Z. 629: First Musick: Hornpipe
The Fairy Queen, Z. 629: First Musick: Prelude
The Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Part IV "Epithalamium": "Thrice Happy Lovers"
The Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Second Musick: Rondeau
The Fairy Queen: Act V "Hark! How All Things"
The fatal hour comes on apace, Z. 421
The Gordian Knot Untied Suite no. 1 (arranged by Holst)
The Gordian Knot Untied Suite no. 2 (arranged by Holst)
The Gordian Knot Unty'd, Z. 597: I. Overture
The Gordian Knot Unty'd, Z. 597: II. Air
The Gordian Knot Unty'd, Z. 597: III. Rondeau: Minuet
The Gordian Knot Unty'd, Z. 597: IV. Air
The Gordian Knot Unty'd, Z. 597: V. Jig
The Gordian Knot Unty'd, Z. 597: VI. Chaconne
The Gordian Knot Unty'd, Z. 597: VII. Air
The Gordian Knot Unty'd, Z. 597: VIII. Minuet
The Gordion Knot Unty'd, Z. 597
The Indian Queen, Z. 630
The Indian Queen, Z. 630: Act I
The Indian Queen, Z. 630: Act II
The Indian Queen, Z. 630: Act III
The Indian Queen, Z. 630: Act III "I Attempt From Love's Sickness to Fly"
The Indian Queen, Z. 630: Act IV
The Indian Queen, Z. 630: Act V
The Indian Queen, Z. 630: Trumpet Overture
The Knotting Song
The Libertine Destroyed, Z. 600
The Libertine Destroyed, Z. 600: I. "Nymphs and shepherds / We come"
The Lord is king, and hath put on glorious apparel, Z. 69
The Lord is king, be the people never so impatient, Z. 53
The Lord is my light, Z. 55
The maid's Last Prayer Z. 601
The Modification and Instrumentation of a Famous Hornpipe as a Merry and Altogether Sincere Homage to Uncle Alfred
The Noise of Foreign Wars
The Old Bachelor, Z. 607: I. Overture
The Old Bachelor, Z. 607: II. Hornpipe
The Old Bachelor, Z. 607: III. Slow Air
The Old Bachelor, Z. 607: IV. Hornpipe
The Old Bachelor, Z. 607: IX. Jig
The Old Bachelor, Z. 607: V. Rondeau
The Old Bachelor, Z. 607: VI. Minuet
The Old Bachelor, Z. 607: VII. Bourree
The Old Bachelor, Z. 607: VIII. March
The Prophetess, or The History of Dioclesian, Z. 627
The Prophetess, or The History of Dioclesian, Z. 627: "Still I'm wishing"
The Prophetess, or The History of Dioclesian, Z. 627: Act V "Since from my dear Astrea's sight"
The Prophetess, or The History of Dioclesian, Z. 627: Act V. Masque "O the Sweet Delights of Love"
The Queen's Epicedium
The Queens dolour, Z. 670
The Rival Sisters: Celia Has a Thousand Charms
The Staircase Overture for 2 violins and basso continuo in B-flat major, Z. 614
The Tempest, Z. 631
The Tempest, Z. 631: "Arise, ye subterranean winds" (arr. Henry Wood)
The Tempest, Z. 631: "Dry Those Eyes"
The Tempest, Z. 631: "Full Fathom Five"
The Tempest, Z. 631: Act II "Arise, ye subterranean winds"
The Tempest, Z. 631: Act II. "Come Unto These Yellow Sands"
The Tempest, Z. 631: Act V. The Masque of Neptune and Amphitrite
The Theatre of Musick, Book II: If grief has any pow'r to kill
They that go down to the sea in ships, Z57
Thou wakeful shepherd that dost Israel keep (A Morning Hymn), Z198
Three Divine Hymns: Evening Hymn
Three Divine Hymns: Lord, what is man?
Three Divine Hymns: We sing to him
Three Pieces for Strings (arranged by Wehrle)
Thy righteousness, O God, is very high, Z. 59
Thy word is a lantern unto my feet, Z. 61
Timon of Athens
Timon of Athens: A Symphony of Pipes Imitating the Chirping of Birds
Timon of Athens: Curtain Tune
Timon of Athens: Love in their little veins inspires
Title Music from A Clockwork Orange
To Thee and to the Maid
Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 1 in B minor, Z. 802
Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 1 in B minor, Z. 802: II. Canzona
Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 2 in E-flat major, Z. 803
Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 2 in E-flat major, Z. 803: V. Allegro
Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 3 in A minor, Z. 804
Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 3 in A minor, Z. 804: IV. Canzona
Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 4 in D minor, Z. 805
Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 5 in G minor, Z. 806
Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 5 in G minor, Z. 806: VI. Allegro
Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 5 in G minor, Z. 806: VII. Adagio
Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 7 in C major, Z. 808
Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 7 in C major, Z. 808: IV. Canzona
Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 7 in C major, Z. 808: VI. Adagio
Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 8 in G minor, Z. 809
Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 9 in F major, Z. 810
Trio Sonata in 4 parts no. 10 in D major, Z. 811
True Englishmen drink a good health, Z. 284
Trumpet minuet, ZD. 230
Trumpet Tune and Air
Trumpet tune called the Cibell, ZT. 678
Trumpet Tune from King Arthur (for organ, Dearnley)
Trumpet tune, ZT. 697
Trumpet tune, ZT. 698
Trumpet tune, ZT. 698 (catch-all for arrangements)
Turn thou us, O good Lord, Z. 62
Twas Within a Furlong of Edinburgh Town
Two Divine Hymns and Alleluia: A Morning Hymn
Two Divine Hymns and Alleluia: Alleluia
Two Divine Hymns and Alleluia: In the black dismal dungeon of despair
Two Trumpet Tunes and Air (for organ, Ley)
Tyrannic Love, or The Royal Martyr, Z. 613
Tyrannic Love, or The Royal Martyr, Z. 613: Act IV "Ah! How Sweet It Is to Love"
Unto Thee will I cry, Z. 63
Urge me no more, Z. 426
Verse in F major, Z. 716
Voluntary for double organ in D minor, Z. 719
Voluntary for Organ in C major, Z. 717
Voluntary for Organ in D minor, Z. 718
Voluntary for Organ in G major, Z. 720
Voluntary in A major on the 100th Psalm, Z. 721
Wayward Sisters (Klaus Nomi version)
We reap all the pleasures Z. 547
We sing to him, whose wisdom form'd the ear, Z. 199
Welcome to all the pleasures, Z. 339
What a sad fate is mine, Z. 428
What can we poor females do?, Z. 429
What can we poor females do?, Z. 518
What Power Art Thou?
When First I Saw Aurelia's Eyes
When I'm Laid in Earth
When Myra sings
When on my sickbed I languish, Z. 144
When Strephon found his passion vain, Z. 435
When the Cock Begins to Crow
Who hath believed our report?, Z. 64
Why do the heathen so furiously rage together?, Z65
With sick and famished eyes, Z. 200
Yorkshire Feast Song, Z. 333
Z. 343, No. 5a, "Britain, thou now art great" (alto)
Znělka Pontés
lyricist
Lobet, preiset
previous attribution
The Prince of Denmark’s March (arr. J Faerber for trumpet and orchestra)
Trumpet Tune in D (from The Island Princess, erroneously attributed to Henry Purcell)
samples from artist
Années noires Marielle D. Khoury & Benoît Allemane 4:58
Apprendre à lire en chantant Marielle D. Khoury & Benoît Allemane 1:37
Au service de la cour Marielle D. Khoury & Benoît Allemane 2:05
Compositeur du roi Marielle D. Khoury & Benoît Allemane 1:19
De l'église au théâtre Marielle D. Khoury & Benoît Allemane 1:27
La musique de théâtre Marielle D. Khoury & Benoît Allemane 4:27
La musique sacrée Marielle D. Khoury & Benoît Allemane 3:33
Les odes Marielle D. Khoury & Benoît Allemane 3:45
Premier métier Marielle D. Khoury & Benoît Allemane 1:45
Tel père tel fils Marielle D. Khoury & Benoît Allemane 1:29
Un enfant de la ville Marielle D. Khoury & Benoît Allemane 1:57
writer
1683 Laudate ceciliam, Z. 329
Pox on you for a fop, Z. 268
The Cold Song
Tom the Tailor
Young Thyrsis' fate, ye hills and groves, deplore, Z. 473