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composer:Henry Purcell (baroque composer)
part of:“Hail! Bright Cecilia”, Z. 328

Recordings

DateTitleAttributesArtistLength
performance
1969-01Ode for St Cecilia's Day (1692), Z. 328: With that sublime celestial lay (Countertenor I & II, Bass)Paul Esswood, Michael Rippon, Roland Tatnell, English Chamber Orchestra, Charles Mackerras2:52
1989-01-18 – 1989-01-20Ode, Z 328 "Hail! bright Cecilia": VII. Aria (Alto, Tenor, Bass) "With that sublime Celestial Lay"Henry Purcell3:11
1994-07Hail, bright Cecilia!, Z. 328 Ode for St. Cecilia's Day: With that sublime celestial layMark le Brocq, Christopher Purves, Timothy Wilson, Gabrieli Players, Paul McCreesh2:39
1995-01-15Hail, Bright Cecilia: With that sublime celestial layliveThe King’s Consort, Robert King2:45
Hail, bright Cecilia, Z328 With that sublime celestial lay dare any eahtly songs compare?Henry Purcell3:06
Hail! Bright Cecilia, Z 328: VII. With that sublime Celestial Lay (alto, alto, bass)Jonathan Arnold, Susan Hamilton, Mark Padmore, Siri Karoline Thornhill, Philippe Herreweghe, Collegium Vocale Gent3:15
Hail! Bright Cecilia: With that sublime celestial layTaverner Choir, Taverner Players, Andrew Parrott2:39
Ode for St. Cecilia’s Day (1692): VII. "With That Sublime Celestial Lay" (Terzett)Henry Purcell2:50