The Food of Love

~ Release by Purcell; Paul Agnew, Anne-Marie Lasla, Elizabeth Kenny, Blandine Rannou (see all versions of this release, 2 available)

Tracklist

CD 1
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1If music be the food of Love (Z.379c)
engineer and producer:
Nicolas Bartholomée
editor:
Mireille Faure
bass viol:
Anne-Marie Lasla (French gambist) (in 2009-02)
instruments:
Elizabeth Kenny (lutenist) (in 2009-02) and Blandine Rannou (harpsichordist and organist) (in 2009-02)
tenor vocals:
Paul Agnew (tenor / conductor) (in 2009-02)
recorded at:
Temple Manin in Paris, Île-de-France, France (in 2009-02)
recording of:
If Music Be the Food of Love, Z. 379 (in 2009-02)
lyricist:
Col. Henry Heveningham
composer:
Henry Purcell (baroque composer) (in 1692)
part of:
Henry Purcell: An Analytical Catalogue of His Music (number: Z. 379)
Henry Purcell3:58
2Corinna is divinely fair
engineer and producer:
Nicolas Bartholomée
editor:
Mireille Faure
bass viol:
Anne-Marie Lasla (French gambist) (in 2009-02)
instruments:
Elizabeth Kenny (lutenist) (in 2009-02) and Blandine Rannou (harpsichordist and organist) (in 2009-02)
tenor vocals:
Paul Agnew (tenor / conductor) (in 2009-02)
recorded at:
Temple Manin in Paris, Île-de-France, France (in 2009-02)
recording of:
Corinna is divinely fair, Z. 365 (in 2009-02)
composer:
Henry Purcell (baroque composer) (in 1692)
part of:
Henry Purcell: An Analytical Catalogue of His Music (number: Z. 365)
Henry Purcell2:24
3Ah! How sweet it is to love
engineer and producer:
Nicolas Bartholomée
editor:
Mireille Faure
bass viol:
Anne-Marie Lasla (French gambist) (in 2009-02)
instruments:
Elizabeth Kenny (lutenist) (in 2009-02) and Blandine Rannou (harpsichordist and organist) (in 2009-02)
tenor vocals:
Paul Agnew (tenor / conductor) (in 2009-02)
recorded at:
Temple Manin in Paris, Île-de-France, France (in 2009-02)
recording of:
Tyrannic Love, or The Royal Martyr, Z. 613: Act IV "Ah! How Sweet It Is to Love" (in 2009-02)
lyricist:
John Dryden (English poet)
composer:
Henry Purcell (baroque composer)
part of:
Tyrannic Love, or The Royal Martyr, Z. 613
Henry Purcell2:34
4What a sad fate is mine, a song on a Ground
engineer and producer:
Nicolas Bartholomée
editor:
Mireille Faure
bass viol:
Anne-Marie Lasla (French gambist) (in 2009-02)
instruments:
Elizabeth Kenny (lutenist) (in 2009-02) and Blandine Rannou (harpsichordist and organist) (in 2009-02)
tenor vocals:
Paul Agnew (tenor / conductor) (in 2009-02)
recorded at:
Temple Manin in Paris, Île-de-France, France (in 2009-02)
recording of:
What a sad fate is mine, Z. 428 (in 2009-02)
composer:
Henry Purcell (baroque composer)
part of:
Henry Purcell: An Analytical Catalogue of His Music (number: Z. 428)
Henry Purcell3:33
5Caprice de chacone
engineer and producer:
Nicolas Bartholomée
editor:
Mireille Faure
bass viol:
Anne-Marie Lasla (French gambist) (in 2009-02)
instruments:
Elizabeth Kenny (lutenist) (in 2009-02) and Blandine Rannou (harpsichordist and organist) (in 2009-02)
recorded at:
Temple Manin in Paris, Île-de-France, France (in 2009-02)
recording of:
Caprice de chaconne (in 2009-02)
composer:
Francesco Corbetta
Francisco Corbetta2:13
6O Solitude
engineer and producer:
Nicolas Bartholomée
editor:
Mireille Faure
bass viol:
Anne-Marie Lasla (French gambist) (in 2009-02)
instruments:
Elizabeth Kenny (lutenist) (in 2009-02) and Blandine Rannou (harpsichordist and organist) (in 2009-02)
tenor vocals:
Paul Agnew (tenor / conductor) (in 2009-02)
recorded at:
Temple Manin in Paris, Île-de-France, France (in 2009-02)
recording of:
O Solitude, Z. 406 (in 2009-02)
lyricist:
Katherine Philips (17th century poet)
composer:
Henry Purcell (baroque composer) (from 1684 until 1685)
part of:
Henry Purcell: An Analytical Catalogue of His Music (number: Z. 406)
is based on:
O Solitude
Henry Purcell3:55
7Music For A While
engineer and producer:
Nicolas Bartholomée
editor:
Mireille Faure
bass viol:
Anne-Marie Lasla (French gambist) (in 2009-02)
instruments:
Elizabeth Kenny (lutenist) (in 2009-02) and Blandine Rannou (harpsichordist and organist) (in 2009-02)
tenor vocals:
Paul Agnew (tenor / conductor) (in 2009-02)
recorded at:
Temple Manin in Paris, Île-de-France, France (in 2009-02)
recording of:
Oedipus, King of Thebes, Z. 583: II. "Music for a While" (in 2009-02)
lyricist:
John Dryden (English poet)
composer:
Henry Purcell (baroque composer)
part of:
Oedipus, King of Thebes, Z. 583
Henry Purcell6:36
8Ground In C For Harpsichord
engineer and producer:
Nicolas Bartholomée
editor:
Mireille Faure
instruments:
Blandine Rannou (harpsichordist and organist) (in 2009-02)
recorded at:
Temple Manin in Paris, Île-de-France, France (in 2009-02)
Henry Purcell4:32
9Ground In C For Harpsichord
engineer and producer:
Nicolas Bartholomée
editor:
Mireille Faure
instruments:
Blandine Rannou (harpsichordist and organist) (in 2009-02)
recorded at:
Temple Manin in Paris, Île-de-France, France (in 2009-02)
Henry Purcell3:25
10O! Fair Cedaria
engineer and producer:
Nicolas Bartholomée
editor:
Mireille Faure
bass viol:
Anne-Marie Lasla (French gambist) (in 2009-02)
instruments:
Elizabeth Kenny (lutenist) (in 2009-02) and Blandine Rannou (harpsichordist and organist) (in 2009-02)
tenor vocals:
Paul Agnew (tenor / conductor) (in 2009-02)
recorded at:
Temple Manin in Paris, Île-de-France, France (in 2009-02)
recording of:
Song, Z 402: "O! fair Cedaria, hide those eyes" (in 2009-02)
composer:
Henry Purcell (baroque composer)
Henry Purcell3:59
11Man Is For The Woman Made
engineer and producer:
Nicolas Bartholomée
editor:
Mireille Faure
bass viol:
Anne-Marie Lasla (French gambist) (in 2009-02)
instruments:
Elizabeth Kenny (lutenist) (in 2009-02) and Blandine Rannou (harpsichordist and organist) (in 2009-02)
tenor vocals:
Paul Agnew (tenor / conductor) (in 2009-02)
recorded at:
Temple Manin in Paris, Île-de-France, France (in 2009-02)
recording of:
Man Is for the Woman Made (in 2009-02)
composer:
Henry Purcell (baroque composer)
part of:
The Mock Marriage, Z. 605
Henry Purcell1:15
12Not All My Torments Can Your Pity Move
engineer and producer:
Nicolas Bartholomée
editor:
Mireille Faure
bass viol:
Anne-Marie Lasla (French gambist) (in 2009-02)
instruments:
Elizabeth Kenny (lutenist) (in 2009-02) and Blandine Rannou (harpsichordist and organist) (in 2009-02)
tenor vocals:
Paul Agnew (tenor / conductor) (in 2009-02)
recorded at:
Temple Manin in Paris, Île-de-France, France (in 2009-02)
recording of:
Not All My Torments Can Your Pity Move, Z. 400 (in 2009-02)
composer:
Henry Purcell (baroque composer)
part of:
Henry Purcell: An Analytical Catalogue of His Music (number: Z. 400)
Henry Purcell2:38
13On The Brow Of Richmond Hill
engineer and producer:
Nicolas Bartholomée
editor:
Mireille Faure
bass viol:
Anne-Marie Lasla (French gambist) (in 2009-02)
instruments:
Elizabeth Kenny (lutenist) (in 2009-02) and Blandine Rannou (harpsichordist and organist) (in 2009-02)
tenor vocals:
Paul Agnew (tenor / conductor) (in 2009-02)
recorded at:
Temple Manin in Paris, Île-de-France, France (in 2009-02)
recording of:
On the brow of Richmond Hill, Z. 405 (in 2009-02)
composer:
Henry Purcell (baroque composer) (in 1692)
part of:
Henry Purcell: An Analytical Catalogue of His Music (number: Z. 405)
Henry Purcell1:28
14Pious Celinda goes to pray'rs
engineer and producer:
Nicolas Bartholomée
editor:
Mireille Faure
bass viol:
Anne-Marie Lasla (French gambist) (in 2009-02)
instruments:
Elizabeth Kenny (lutenist) (in 2009-02) and Blandine Rannou (harpsichordist and organist) (in 2009-02)
tenor vocals:
Paul Agnew (tenor / conductor) (in 2009-02)
recorded at:
Temple Manin in Paris, Île-de-France, France (in 2009-02)
recording of:
Pious Celinda goes to pray'rs, Z. 410 (in 2009-02)
composer:
Henry Purcell (baroque composer) (in 1695)
part of:
Henry Purcell: An Analytical Catalogue of His Music (number: Z. 410)
Henry Purcell1:34
15When First I Saw Aurelia's Eyes
engineer and producer:
Nicolas Bartholomée
editor:
Mireille Faure
bass viol:
Anne-Marie Lasla (French gambist) (in 2009-02)
instruments:
Elizabeth Kenny (lutenist) (in 2009-02) and Blandine Rannou (harpsichordist and organist) (in 2009-02)
tenor vocals:
Paul Agnew (tenor / conductor) (in 2009-02)
recorded at:
Temple Manin in Paris, Île-de-France, France (in 2009-02)
recording of:
The Prophetess, or The History of Dioclesian, Z. 627: Song "When First I Saw Aurelia's Eyes" (Probably substituted for "What shall I do?" (Act 3) in a later production.) (in 2009-02)
composer:
Henry Purcell (baroque composer)
part of:
The Prophetess, or The History of Dioclesian, Z. 627
Henry Purcell2:22
16Prelude In D
engineer and producer:
Nicolas Bartholomée
editor:
Mireille Faure
bass viol:
Anne-Marie Lasla (French gambist) (in 2009-02)
instruments:
Elizabeth Kenny (lutenist) (in 2009-02) and Blandine Rannou (harpsichordist and organist) (in 2009-02)
recorded at:
Temple Manin in Paris, Île-de-France, France (in 2009-02)
Christopher Simpson2:17
17The Cares of Lovers
engineer and producer:
Nicolas Bartholomée
editor:
Mireille Faure
bass viol:
Anne-Marie Lasla (French gambist) (in 2009-02)
instruments:
Elizabeth Kenny (lutenist) (in 2009-02) and Blandine Rannou (harpsichordist and organist) (in 2009-02)
tenor vocals:
Paul Agnew (tenor / conductor) (in 2009-02)
recorded at:
Temple Manin in Paris, Île-de-France, France (in 2009-02)
recording of:
Timon of Athens, Z. 632: 10. Solo "The cares of lovers" (Cupid) (in 2009-02)
composer:
Henry Purcell (baroque composer)
part of:
Timon of Athens (semi-opera)
Henry Purcell2:06
18The fatal hour comes on apace
engineer and producer:
Nicolas Bartholomée
editor:
Mireille Faure
bass viol:
Anne-Marie Lasla (French gambist) (in 2009-02)
instruments:
Elizabeth Kenny (lutenist) (in 2009-02) and Blandine Rannou (harpsichordist and organist) (in 2009-02)
tenor vocals:
Paul Agnew (tenor / conductor) (in 2009-02)
recorded at:
Temple Manin in Paris, Île-de-France, France (in 2009-02)
recording of:
The fatal hour comes on apace, Z. 421 (in 2009-02)
composer:
Henry Purcell (baroque composer)
part of:
Henry Purcell: An Analytical Catalogue of His Music (number: Z. 421)
Henry Purcell3:29
19I loved fair Celia
engineer and producer:
Nicolas Bartholomée
editor:
Mireille Faure
bass viol:
Anne-Marie Lasla (French gambist) (in 2009-02)
instruments:
Elizabeth Kenny (lutenist) (in 2009-02) and Blandine Rannou (harpsichordist and organist) (in 2009-02)
tenor vocals:
Paul Agnew (tenor / conductor) (in 2009-02)
recorded at:
Temple Manin in Paris, Île-de-France, France (in 2009-02)
recording of:
I Lov'd Fair Celia, Z. 381 (in 2009-02)
composer:
Henry Purcell (baroque composer) (in 1694)
part of:
Henry Purcell: An Analytical Catalogue of His Music (number: Z. 381)
Henry Purcell1:56
20When her languishing eyes said 'Love'
engineer and producer:
Nicolas Bartholomée
editor:
Mireille Faure
bass viol:
Anne-Marie Lasla (French gambist) (in 2009-02)
instruments:
Elizabeth Kenny (lutenist) (in 2009-02) and Blandine Rannou (harpsichordist and organist) (in 2009-02)
tenor vocals:
Paul Agnew (tenor / conductor) (in 2009-02)
recorded at:
Temple Manin in Paris, Île-de-France, France (in 2009-02)
recording of:
When her languishing eyes said 'love', Z. 432 (in 2009-02)
composer:
Henry Purcell (baroque composer) (in 1681)
part of:
Henry Purcell: An Analytical Catalogue of His Music (number: Z. 432)
Henry Purcell1:12
21Prelude In D Minor
engineer and producer:
Nicolas Bartholomée
editor:
Mireille Faure
bass viol:
Anne-Marie Lasla (French gambist) (in 2009-02)
instruments:
Elizabeth Kenny (lutenist) (in 2009-02) and Blandine Rannou (harpsichordist and organist) (in 2009-02)
recorded at:
Temple Manin in Paris, Île-de-France, France (in 2009-02)
Robert de Visée1:17
22A Morning Hymn (Thou wakeful shepherd)
engineer and producer:
Nicolas Bartholomée
editor:
Mireille Faure
bass viol:
Anne-Marie Lasla (French gambist) (in 2009-02)
instruments:
Elizabeth Kenny (lutenist) (in 2009-02) and Blandine Rannou (harpsichordist and organist) (in 2009-02)
tenor vocals:
Paul Agnew (tenor / conductor) (in 2009-02)
recorded at:
Temple Manin in Paris, Île-de-France, France (in 2009-02)
recording of:
Thou wakeful shepherd that dost Israel keep (A Morning Hymn), Z198 (in 2009-02)
composer:
Henry Purcell (baroque composer)
part of:
Henry Purcell: An Analytical Catalogue of His Music (number: Z. 198)
Henry Purcell2:55
23Prelude [in E]
engineer and producer:
Nicolas Bartholomée
editor:
Mireille Faure
bass viol:
Anne-Marie Lasla (French gambist) (in 2009-02)
instruments:
Elizabeth Kenny (lutenist) (in 2009-02) and Blandine Rannou (harpsichordist and organist) (in 2009-02)
recorded at:
Temple Manin in Paris, Île-de-France, France (in 2009-02)
Christopher Simpson2:30
24The earth trembled
engineer and producer:
Nicolas Bartholomée
editor:
Mireille Faure
bass viol:
Anne-Marie Lasla (French gambist) (in 2009-02)
instruments:
Elizabeth Kenny (lutenist) (in 2009-02) and Blandine Rannou (harpsichordist and organist) (in 2009-02)
tenor vocals:
Paul Agnew (tenor / conductor) (in 2009-02)
recorded at:
Temple Manin in Paris, Île-de-France, France (in 2009-02)
recording of:
The earth trembled, Z. 197 (in 2009-02)
lyricist:
Francis Quarles (English poet)
composer:
Henry Purcell (baroque composer)
part of:
Henry Purcell: An Analytical Catalogue of His Music (number: Z. 197)
Henry Purcell1:55
25Now that the sun has veil'd his light
engineer and producer:
Nicolas Bartholomée
editor:
Mireille Faure
bass viol:
Anne-Marie Lasla (French gambist) (in 2009-02)
instruments:
Elizabeth Kenny (lutenist) (in 2009-02) and Blandine Rannou (harpsichordist and organist) (in 2009-02)
tenor vocals:
Paul Agnew (tenor / conductor) (in 2009-02)
recorded at:
Temple Manin in Paris, Île-de-France, France (in 2009-02)
recording of:
An Evening Hymn, Z. 193 "Now that the sun hath veiled his light" (in 2009-02)
lyricist:
Dr. William Fuller
composer:
Henry Purcell (baroque composer)
part of:
Henry Purcell: An Analytical Catalogue of His Music (number: Z. 193)
Henry Purcell5:06
26If music be the food of love (Z.379a)
engineer and producer:
Nicolas Bartholomée
editor:
Mireille Faure
bass viol:
Anne-Marie Lasla (French gambist) (in 2009-02)
instruments:
Elizabeth Kenny (lutenist) (in 2009-02) and Blandine Rannou (harpsichordist and organist) (in 2009-02)
tenor vocals:
Paul Agnew (tenor / conductor) (in 2009-02)
recorded at:
Temple Manin in Paris, Île-de-France, France (in 2009-02)
recording of:
If Music Be the Food of Love, Z. 379 (in 2009-02)
lyricist:
Col. Henry Heveningham
composer:
Henry Purcell (baroque composer) (in 1692)
part of:
Henry Purcell: An Analytical Catalogue of His Music (number: Z. 379)
Henry Purcell2:59