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2007-10-09 Audio CD Fair This box set is in great condition, but is MISSING 3 discs. Missing disc 16 (Lord Herbert of Cherbury's Lute Book), 17 (Barca di Venitia per Padova by ... Banchieri), 24 (Suite en Sol by Rameau). All other discs are in great shape; includes booklet. Box is in very good condition. Read more Show Less

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  • Release Date: 10/9/2007
  • Label: Ais
  • UPC: 794881851225
  • Catalog Number: 8185122

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1–7 Mass for the parishes, for organ - François Couperin & Michel Chapuis (43:31)
    Composed byFrançois Couperin
    1. 1Kyrie
    2. 2Gloria
    3. 3Offertoire
    4. 4Sanctus
    5. 5Benedictus
    6. 6Agnus Dei
    7. 7Deo gratias
  2. 8 Medio Registro de Mano Derecha - Andres de Sola & Francis Chapelet (2:59)
    Composed byAndres de Sola
  3. 9 Pange Lingua a Tres Sobre Vajo for organ - Sebastián Aguilera de Heredia (1:36)
    Composed bySebastián Aguilera de Heredia
  4. 10 Salbe de Lleno for organ - Sebastián Aguilera de Heredia (1:18)
    Composed bySebastián Aguilera de Heredia
  5. 11 Tiento de Falsas de Quarto Tono for organ - Sebastián Aguilera de Heredia (3:13)
    Composed bySebastián Aguilera de Heredia
  6. 12 Tiento Lleno de Primer Tono for organ (attributed) - Sebastián Aguilera de Heredia (3:14)
    Composed bySebastián Aguilera de Heredia
  7. 13 Gaitilla de Mano Izquierda - Sebastián Durón (3:07)
    Composed bySebastián Durón
  8. 14 Tiento Sobre la Letania de la Virgen for organ - Pablo Bruna (5:57)
    Composed byPablo Bruna
  9. 15 Corrente Italiana - Juan Cabanilles (3:27)
    Composed byJuan Cabanilles
Disc 2
  1. 1 Toccata for organ No. 10 (Apparatus musico-organisticus, Part 2) - Georg Muffat & Rene Saorgin (5:11)
    Composed byGeorg Muffat
  2. 2 Toccata for organ No. 2 (Apparatus musico-organisticus, Part I) - Georg Muffat (5:43)
    Composed byGeorg Muffat
  3. 3 Toccata for organ No. 9 (Apparatus musico-organisticus, Part 2) - Georg Muffat (6:46)
    Composed byGeorg Muffat
  4. 4 Toccata for organ No. 7 (from Apparatus musico-organisticus, Part 1) - Georg Muffat (8:51)
    Composed byGeorg Muffat
  5. 5 Toccata for organ No. 3 (from Apparatus musico-organisticus, Part 1) - Georg Muffat (5:32)
    Composed byGeorg Muffat
  6. 6 Toccata for organ No. 12 (from Apparatus musico-organisticus, Part 2) - Georg Muffat (6:41)
    Composed byGeorg Muffat
  7. 7 Toccata for organ No. 5 (Apparatus musico-organisticus, Part I) - Georg Muffat (5:12)
    Composed byGeorg Muffat
  8. 8 Toccata No. 1 in D minor "Apparatus musico-organisticus" - Georg Muffat (5:11)
    Composed byGeorg Muffat
  9. 9 Toccata for organ No. 8 in G major (from Apparatus musico-organisticus, Part 1) - Georg Muffat (7:01)
    Composed byGeorg Muffat
  10. 10 Toccata for organ No. 11 (from Apparatus musico-organisticus, Part 2) - Georg Muffat (6:31)
    Composed byGeorg Muffat
  11. 11 Toccata for organ No. 4 (Apparatus musico-organisticus, Part I) - Georg Muffat (5:13)
    Composed byGeorg Muffat
  12. 12 Toccata for organ No. 6 (from Apparatus musico-organisticus, Part 1) - Georg Muffat (8:08)
    Composed byGeorg Muffat
Disc 3
  1. 1–17 King Arthur, or, The British Worthy, semi-opera, Z. 628 - Henry Purcell & Maurice Bevan (97:26)
    Composed byHenry Purcell
    Conducted byAlfred Deller, Roderick Skeaping
    Performed byMaurice Bevan, Alfred Deller, Alfred Deller, Mark Deller, Paul Elliott, Rosemary Hardy, Jean Knibbs, Leigh Nixon, Honor Sheppard, Roderick Skeaping
    1. 1Overture...Air...Overture
    2. 2Act 1. Scene 2. Woden first to thee...Brave Souls...I call ye all
    3. 3Act 1. Scene 2. Come if you dare
    4. 4Act 2. Hither this way bend...Let not a Moon-born Elf...Hither this way...Come follow me
    5. 5Act 2. How blest are Shepherds...Shepherd, leave Decoying...Hornpipe
    6. 6Act 3. Scene 2. Prelude...What ho
    7. 7Act 3. Scene 2. What Power art thou...Thou Doting Fool forbear...Prelude...See, see
    8. 8Act 3. Scene 2. Tis I, that have warm'd ye...Sound a Parley...Air
    9. 9Act 4. Scene 2. Two Daughters
    10. 10Act 4. Scene 2. How happy the Lover-Fourth Act Tune
    11. 11Act 5. Scene 2. Trumpet Tune: Ye Blust'ring Brethren
    12. 12Act 5. Scene 2. Symphony...Song Tune: Round thy Coasts...For Folded Flocks
    13. 13Act 5. Scene 2. Song Tune: Your Hay
    14. 14Act 5. Scene 2. Fairest Isle
    15. 15Act 5. Scene 2. You say...This is not my passion...But one soft Moment
    16. 16Act 5. Scene 2. Trumpet Tune: St. George
    17. 17Act 5. Scene 2. Chaconne
Disc 4
  1. 1 The Three Ravens, folk song - English Traditional & Alfred Deller (2:51)
    Composed byEnglish Traditional
    Performed byAlfred Deller, Mark Deller
  2. 2 Black Is the Color of My True Love's Hair - American Traditional (1:53)
    Composed byAmerican Traditional
  3. 3 Sweet nimphe, come to thy lover, madrigal for 2 voices - Thomas Morley (1:41)
    Composed byThomas Morley
  4. 4 I goe before, my darling, madrigal for 2 voices - Thomas Morley (1:23)
    Composed byThomas Morley
  5. 5 The Oak and the Ash (North Country Maid), folk song - English Traditional (3:08)
    Composed byEnglish Traditional
  6. 6 Barbara Allen, folk song - Scottish Traditional (2:30)
    Composed byScottish Traditional
  7. 7 The Ballad of Lord Randall, folk song - English Traditional (4:03)
    Composed byEnglish Traditional
  8. 8 The Water Is Wide, folk song - British Isles Traditional (2:32)
    Composed byBritish Isles Traditional
  9. 9 The Tailor and the Mouse, folksong - English Traditional (1:28)
    Composed byEnglish Traditional
  10. 10 Down by the Salley Gardens, folk song - English Traditional (2:18)
    Composed byEnglish Traditional
  11. 11 I Will Give My Love an Apple, folk song - British Isles Traditional (1:45)
    Composed byBritish Isles Traditional
  12. 12 Miraculous love's wounding, madrigal for 2 voices - Thomas Morley (2:55)
    Composed byThomas Morley
  13. 13 Sweet Kate - Robert Jones (1:34)
    Composed byRobert Jones
  14. 14 Bushes and briars, folk song - English Traditional (2:34)
    Composed byEnglish Traditional
  15. 15 The Foggy, Foggy Dew, folk song - English Traditional (2:08)
    Composed byEnglish Traditional
  16. 16 She Moved through the Fair, folk song - Irish Traditional (3:39)
    Composed byIrish Traditional
  17. 17 Evening Prayer - Anonymous (1:01)
    Composed byAnonymous
Disc 5
  1. 1 L'Apostikhon de l'Office de Mercredi Saint (Prière de Marie-Madeleine) - Byzantine Chant & Vittore Carpaccio (7:25)
    Composed byByzantine Chant
    Performed bySoeur Marie Keyrouz
  2. 2–6 Messe de Saint Marcel - Old Roman Chant & Vittore Carpaccio (32:17)
    Composed byOld Roman Chant
    Conducted byMarcel Pérès
    Performed byEnsemble Organum, Marcel Pérès
    1. 2Introitus: Statuit ei Dominus
    2. 3Graduale: Inveni David servum meum; Verset: Nichil proficiet
    3. 4Alleluia - Versets: Disposui Testamentum. Inveni David
    4. 5Offertorium: Veritas mea; Versets: Posui adiutorium - Misericordia mea
    5. 6Communio: Domine quinque talenta tradidisti michi
  3. 7–8 Vida (A chantar), for vocal ensemble - Beatriz de Dia (aka Comtessa de Dia) & René Clemencic (14:55)
    Composed byBeatriz de Dia (aka Comtessa de Dia)
    Conducted byRené Clemencic
    Performed byRené Clemencic, Yves Rouquette
    1. 7Vida
    2. 8A Chantar
  4. 9 Studium divinitatis, Laudes antiphon for Saint Ursula & her Companions - Hildegard von Bingen & Anonymous 4 (1:12)
    Composed byHildegard von Bingen
    Performed byAnonymous 4
  5. 10 Psalm 92: Dominus regnavit - Anonymous, Ahrweil Antiphoner (3:30)
    Composed byAnonymous, Ahrweil Antiphoner
  6. 11 Benedicamus domino (ii) - Anonymous, Codex Engelberg 314 (0:57)
    Composed byAnonymous, Codex Engelberg 314
  7. 12 Domine deus meus (Berlin Mus. 40046, Quedlinberg) - Anonymous, German (0:50)
    Composed byAnonymous, German
  8. 13 Mirabilis deus, brief responsory - Anonymous, Karlsruhe LX (1:13)
    Composed byAnonymous, Karlsruhe LX
  9. 14 Cum vox sanguinis, hymn for Saint Ursula & her Companions - Hildegard von Bingen (8:10)
    Composed byHildegard von Bingen
  10. 15 O rubor sanguinis, antiphon for Saint Ursula & her companions - Hildegard von Bingen (1:38)
    Composed byHildegard von Bingen
  11. 16 Magnificat anima mea / O rubor sanguinis, canticle - Anonymous, Ahrweil Antiphoner (5:03)
    Composed byAnonymous, Ahrweil Antiphoner
  12. 17 Te lucis ante terminum, hymn - Anonymous, Ahrweil Antiphoner (2:02)
    Composed byAnonymous, Ahrweil Antiphoner
  13. 18 Benedicamus domino, alleluia (Worchester Cathedral F. 160) - Anonymous, Worcester Antiphonarium (0:47)
    Composed byAnonymous, Worcester Antiphonarium
Disc 6
  1. 1 Vasilissa ergo gaude, isorhythmic motet for 4 voices - Guillaume Dufay & Huelgas Ensemble (2:59)
    Composed byGuillaume Dufay
    Conducted byPaul van Nevel
    Performed byPaul van Nevel
  2. 2 O sancte Sebastiane, isorhythmic motet for 4 voices - Guillaume Dufay (4:46)
    Composed byGuillaume Dufay
  3. 3 O gemma, lux et speculum, isorhythmic motet for 4 voices - Guillaume Dufay (5:08)
    Composed byGuillaume Dufay
  4. 4 Apostolo glorioso, isorhythmic motet for 5 voices - Guillaume Dufay (3:02)
    Composed byGuillaume Dufay
  5. 5 Rite maiorem Jacobum, isorhythmic motet for 3 and 4 voices - Guillaume Dufay (3:56)
    Composed byGuillaume Dufay
  6. 6 Ecclesie militantis, isorhythmic motet for 5 voices - Guillaume Dufay (5:11)
    Composed byGuillaume Dufay
  7. 7 Balsamus et munda cera, isorhythmic motet for 4 voices - Guillaume Dufay (4:21)
    Composed byGuillaume Dufay
  8. 8 Supremum est mortalibus, isorhythmic motet for 3 voices - Guillaume Dufay (5:58)
    Composed byGuillaume Dufay
  9. 9 Nuper rosarum flores, isorhythmic motet for 4 voices - Guillaume Dufay (5:45)
    Composed byGuillaume Dufay
  10. 10 Salve flos Tusce, isorhythmic motet for 4 voices - Guillaume Dufay (6:12)
    Composed byGuillaume Dufay
  11. 11 Magnanime gentis, isorhythmic motet for 3 voices - Guillaume Dufay (5:02)
    Composed byGuillaume Dufay
  12. 12 Fulgens iubar ecclesie, isorhythmic motet for 4 voices - Guillaume Dufay (7:35)
    Composed byGuillaume Dufay
  13. 13 Moribus et genere, isorhythmic motet for 4 voices - Guillaume Dufay (8:44)
    Composed byGuillaume Dufay
Disc 7
  1. 1–68 St. Matthew Passion (Matthäuspassion), for soloists, double chorus, & double orchestra, BWV 244 (BC D3b) - Johann Sebastian Bach & Hans Peter Blochwitz (170:31)
    Composed byJohann Sebastian Bach
    Conducted byPhilippe Herreweghe
    Performed byHans Peter Blochwitz, Ulrik Cold, Collegium Vocale Ghent, Howard Crook, Ensemble Vocal Européen, Philippe Herreweghe, In Dulci Jubilo Children's Choir, René Jacobs, Barbara Schlick, Peter Kooij, La Chapelle Royale Orchestra
    1. 1Part 1. No. 1. Kommt, ihr Toechter, helft mir klagen
    2. 2Part 1. No. 2. Da Jesus diese Rede vollendet hatte
    3. 3Part 1. No. 3. Herzliebster Jesu, was hast du verbrochen
    4. 4Part 1. No. 4. Da versammleten sich die Hohenpriester / Ja nicht auf das fest / Da nun Jesus war zu
    5. 5Part 1. No. 5. Du lieber Heiland du
    6. 6Part 1. No. 6. Buß und Reu
    7. 7Part 1. No. 7. Da ging hin der Zwölfen einer
    8. 8Part 1. No. 8. Blute nur, du liebes Herz
    9. 9Part 1. No. 9. Aber am ersten Tage der süßen Brot / Wo willst du, dass wir dir bereiten / Er sprach
    10. 10Part 1. No. 10. Ich bin's, ich sollte büßen
    11. 11Part 1. No. 11. Er antwortete und sprach
    12. 12Part 1. No. 12. Wiewohl mein Herz in Tränen schwimmt
    13. 13Part 1. No. 13. Ich will dir mein Herze schenken
    14. 14Part 1. No. 14. Und da sie den Lobgesang gesprochen hatten
    15. 15Part 1. No. 15. Erkenne mich, mein Hütter
    16. 16Part 1. No. 16. Petrus aber antwortete
    17. 17Part 1. No. 17. Ich will hier bei dir stehen
    18. 18Part 1. No. 18. Da kam Jesus mit ihnen zu einem Hofe
    19. 19Part 1. No. 19. O Schmerz! hier zittert das gequälte Herz
    20. 20Part 1. No. 20. Ich will bei meinem Jesu wachen
    21. 21Part 1. No. 21. Und ging hin ein wenig
    22. 22Part 1. No. 22. Der Heiland fällt vor seinem Vater nieder
    23. 23Part 1. No. 23. Gerne will ich mich bequemen
    24. 24Part 1. No. 24. Und er kam zu seinen Jüngern
    25. 25Part 1. No. 25. Was mein Gott will, das g'scheh' allzeit
    26. 26Part 1. No. 26. Und er kam und fand sie aber schlafend
    27. 27Part 1. No. 27. So ist mein Jesus nun gefangen / Sind Blitze, sind Donner in Wolken verschwunden
    28. 28Part 1. No. 28. Und siehe, einer aus denen
    29. 29Part 1. No. 29. O Mensch, bewein' dein Sünde gross
    30. 30Part 2. No. 30. Ach! nun ist mein Jesus hin
    31. 31Part 2. No. 31. Die aber Jesum gegriffen hatten
    32. 32Part 2. No. 32. Mir hat die Welt trueglich gericht't
    33. 33Part 2. No. 33. Und wiewold viel falsche Zeugen herzutraten
    34. 34Part 2. No. 34. Mein Jesus schweigt zu falschen Luegen stille
    35. 35Part 2. No. 35. Geduld, Geduld!
    36. 36Part 2. No. 36. Und der Hohepriester antwortete / Er ist des Todes schuldig / Da speieten sie aus i
    37. 37Part 2. No. 37. Wer hat dich so geschlagen
    38. 38Part 2. No. 38. Petrus aber sass draussen im Palast / Wahrlich, du bist auch einer von denen
    39. 39Part 2. No. 39. Erbarme dich
    40. 40Part 2. No. 40. Bin ich gleich von dir gewichen
    41. 41Part 2. No. 41. Das Morgens aber heilten alle Hohenpriester / Was gehet uns das an / Und er warf di
    42. 42Part 2. No. 42. Gebt mir meinen Jesum wieder
    43. 43Part 2. No. 43. Sie heilten aber einen Rat
    44. 44Part 2. No. 44. Befiehl du deine Wege
    45. 45Part 2. No. 45. Auf das Fest aber hatte der Landpfleger / Lass in kreuzigen!
    46. 46Part 2. No. 46. Wie wunderbarlich ist doch diese Strafe
    47. 47Part 2. No. 47. Der Landpfleger sagte
    48. 48Part 2. No. 48. Er hat uns allen wohlgetan
    49. 49Part 2. No. 49. Aus Liebe will mein Heiland sterben
    50. 50Part 2. No. 50. Sie schrieen aber noch mehr / Lass in kreuzigen! / Da aber Pilatus sahe / Sein Blut
    51. 51Part 2. No. 51. Erbarm es Gott
    52. 52Part 2. No. 52. Können Tränen meiner Wangen
    53. 53Part 2. No. 53. Da nahmen Kriegsknechte / Gegruesset seist du, Judenkoenig / Und speieten ihn an
    54. 54Part 2. No. 54. O Haupt voll Blut und Wunden
    55. 55Part 2. No. 55. Und da sie ihn verspottet hatten
    56. 56Part 2. No. 56. Ja! freilich will in uns das Fleisch und Blut
    57. 57Part 2. No. 57. Komm, süßes Kreuz
    58. 58Part 2. No. 58. Und da sie an die Staette kamen / Der du den Tempel Gottes zerbrichst / Desgleichen
    59. 59Part 2. No. 59. Ach, Golgatha, unsel'ges Golgatha
    60. 60Part 2. No. 60. Sehet Jesus hat die hand
    61. 61Part 2. No. 61. Und von der sechsten Stunde / Der rufet dem Elias / Und bald lief einer unter ihnen
    62. 62Part 2. No. 62. Wenn ich einmal soll scheiden
    63. 63Part 2. No. 63. Und siehe da, der Vorhang im Tempel zerriss / Wahrlich, dieser ist Gottes Sohn gewe
    64. 64Part 2. No. 64. Am Abend da es kuehle war
    65. 65Part 2. No. 65. Mache dich, mein Herze, rein
    66. 66Part 2. No. 66. Und Joseph nahm den Leib / Herr, wir haben gedacht / Pilatus sprach zu ihnen
    67. 67Part 2. No. 67. Nun ist der Herr zu Ruh gebracht
    68. 68Part 2. No. 68. Wir setzen uns mit Traenen nieder
Disc 8
Disc 9
  1. 9–24 The Musical Offering (Musikalisches Opfer), for keyboard and chamber instruments, BWV 1079 - Johann Sebastian Bach & Martha Cook (50:58)
    Composed byJohann Sebastian Bach
    1. 9Regis Iussu Cantio Et Reliqua Canonica Arte Resoluta. Ricercar à 3 (clavecin)
    2. 10Regis Iussu Cantio Et Reliqua Canonica Arte Resoluta. Canon Perpetuus super Thems Regium (2 claveci
    3. 11Regis Iussu Cantio Et Reliqua Canonica Arte Resoluta. Ricercar à 6 (clavecin)
    4. 12Regis Iussu Cantio Et Reliqua Canonica Arte Resoluta. Canon; quaerendo invenientis (clavicin); [2 v
    5. 13Regis Iussu Cantio Et Reliqua Canonica Arte Resoluta. Canon à 4 (2 clavecins)
    6. 14Sonata sopr'il Soggetto Reale. Largo
    7. 15Sonata sopr'il Soggetto Reale. Allegro
    8. 16Sonata sopr'il Soggetto Reale. Andante
    9. 17Sonata sopr'il Soggetto Reale. Allegro
    10. 18Canon perpetuus (flûte, violon et continuo)
    11. 196 Canones Diversi Super Thema Regium. 1. [Canon cancrizans] (clavecin)
    12. 206 Canones Diversi Super Thema Regium. 2. Violino in unisono (clavecin et violon)
    13. 216 Canones Diversi Super Thema Regium. 3. Per motum contrarium (2 clavecins)
    14. 226 Canones Diversi Super Thema Regium 4. Per augmentatinem, contrario motu (2 clavecins) "Notulis cr
    15. 236 Canones Diversi Super Thema Regium. 5. "Ascendenteque Modulationis ascendat Gloria Regis" (2 clav
    16. 246 Canones Diversi Super Thema Regium. 6. "Fuga canonica in Epidiapente" (2 clavecins)
Disc 10
  1. 1–20 Die Kunst der Fuge (The Art of the Fugue), for keyboard (or other instruments), BWV 1080 - Johann Sebastian Bach & Fretwork (76:03)
    Composed byJohann Sebastian Bach
    1. 1Contrapunctus 1
    2. 2Contrapunctus 2
    3. 3Contrapunctus 3
    4. 4Contrapunctus 4
    5. 5Canon alla Ottava
    6. 6Contrapunctus 5
    7. 7Contrapunctus 6
    8. 8Contrapunctus 7
    9. 9Canon all Duodecima in Contrapunto alla Quinta
    10. 10Contrapunctus 9
    11. 11Contrapunctus 10
    12. 12Canon all decima [in] Contrapunto all Terza
    13. 13Contrapunctus 8
    14. 14Contrapunctus 11
    15. 15Contrapunctus 12 rectus
    16. 16Contrapunctus 12 inversus
    17. 17Contrapunctus [13] rectus
    18. 18Contrapunctus [13] inversus
    19. 19Canon per Ayugmentationem in Contrario Motu
    20. 20Fuga a 3 Soggetti
Disc 11
  1. 1–74 Atys, opera, LWV 53 - Jean-Baptiste Lully & Jacques Bona (169:51)
    Composed byJean-Baptiste Lully
    Conducted byWilliam Christie
    Performed byJacques Bona, William Christie, Bernard Deletre, Isabelle Desrochers, Jean-Paul Fouchécourt, Jean-Francois Gardeil, Véronique Gens, Michel Laplenie, Guillemette Laurens, Stephan Maciejewski, Agnès Mellon, Guy de Mey, Gilles Ragon, Noemi Rime, Francoise Semellaz, Arlette Steyer, Monique Zanetti
    1. 1Prologue. Ouverture
    2. 2Prologue. En vain, j'ai respecté
    3. 3Prologue. Air pour les Nymphes de Flore
    4. 4Prologue. La saison des frimats
    5. 5Prologue. Air pour la Suite de Flore (Gavotte)
    6. 6Prologue. Prélude pour Melpomène
    7. 7Prologue. Air pour la Suite de Melpomène
    8. 8Prologue. Ritournelle
    9. 9Prologue. Menuet
    10. 10Prologue. Reprise de l'Ouverture
    11. 11Acte 1. Scène 1. Ritournelle.
    12. 12Acte 1. 2. Atys, ne feignez plus
    13. 13Acte 1. Scène 3. Allons, allons, accourez tous
    14. 14Acte 1. Scène 4. Atys, est trop heureux
    15. 15Acte 1. Scène 4. Un amour malheureux
    16. 16Acte 1. Scène 5. On voit dans ces campagnes
    17. 17Acte 1. Scène 6. Si l'hymen unissait
    18. 18Acte 1. Scène 7. Mais déjàs de ce mont sacré
    19. 19Acte 1. Scène 7. Entrée de Phrygiens
    20. 20Acte 1. Scène 8. Second Air des Phrygiens
    21. 21Acte 1. Scène 8. Prélude
    22. 22Acte 1. Scène 8. Venez tous dans mon temple
    23. 23Acte 2. Scène 1. Ritournelle...Qu'un indifférent est heureux
    24. 24Acte 2. Scène 2. Prélude
    25. 25Acte 2. Scène 2. Je veux joindre
    26. 26Acte 2. Scène 3. Tu t'étonnes, Mélisse
    27. 27Acte 2. Scène 3. Que les plus doux Zéphyrs
    28. 28Acte 2. Scène 4. Entrée des Nations
    29. 29Acte 2. Scène 4. Entrée des Zéphyrs
    30. 30Acte 2. Scène 4. Que devant vous
    31. 31Acte 2. Scène 4. Indigne que je suis
    32. 32Acte 2. Scène 4. Que devant vous (reprise)
    33. 33Acte 2. Scène 4. Air des Zéphyrs (reprise)
    34. 34Acte 3. Scène 1. Ritournelle. Que servent les faveurs
    35. 35Acte 3. Scène 2. Peut-on ici parler
    36. 36Acte 3. Scène 3. Le plus juste parti. Scène 3
    37. 37Acte 3. Scène 4. Prélude...Dormons, dormons tous
    38. 38Acte 3. Scène 4. Prélude
    39. 39Acte 3. Scène 4. Ecoute, écoute, Atys
    40. 40Acte 3. Scène 4. Que l'Amour a d'attraits
    41. 41Acte 3. Scène 4. Goûte en paix
    42. 42Acte 3. Scène 4. Trop hereux un amant
    43. 43Acte 3. Scène 4. Garde-toi d'offenser
    44. 44Acte 3. Scène 4. L'amour qu'on outrage
    45. 45Acte 3. Scène 5. Venez à mon secours. Scène 6
    46. 46Acte 3. Scène 7. Qu'Atys dans ses respects
    47. 47Acte 3. Scène 8. Ritournelle...Espoir si cher et si doux
    48. 48Acte 4. Scène 1. Vous pleurez!
    49. 49Acte 4. Scène 2. Prélude
    50. 50Acte 4. Scène 2. Belle nymphe. Scène 3.
    51. 51Acte 4. Scène 4. Ritournelle. Qu'il sait peu son malheur
    52. 52Acte 4. Scène 4. Je jure / Je promets
    53. 53Acte 4. Scène 5. Prélude. O vous qui prenez part
    54. 54Acte 4. Scène 5. Que l'on chante
    55. 55Acte 4. Scène 5. Gavotte. La beauté la plus sévère
    56. 56Acte 4. Scène 5. Menuet. L'hymen seul ne saurait plaire
    57. 57Acte 4. Scène 5. Menuet. Une constance extrême
    58. 58Acte 4. Scène 5. Gavotte. Un grand calme
    59. 59Acte 4. Scène 6. Venez former
    60. 60Acte 5. Scène 1. Ritournelle
    61. 61Acte 5. Scène 1. Vous m'ôtez Sangaride
    62. 62Acte 5. Scène 2. Venez vous livrer
    63. 63Acte 5. Scène 2. Toi qui portes partout
    64. 64Acte 5. Scène 3. Ciel
    65. 65Acte 5. Scène 3. Atys lui-même
    66. 66Acte 5. Scène 4. Quoi! Sangaride est morte!
    67. 67Acte 5. Scène 5. Je commence à trouver
    68. 68Acte 5. Scène 6. Il s'est percé le sein
    69. 69Acte 5. Scène 6. Ritournelle
    70. 70Acte 5. Scène 6. Venez, furieux Corybantes. Scène dernière
    71. 71Acte 5. Scène dernière. Entrée des Nymphes
    72. 72Acte 5. Scène dernière. Première Entrée des Corybantes
    73. 73Acte 5. Scène dernière. Seconde Entrée
    74. 74Acte 5. Scène dernière. Que le malheur d'Atys
Disc 12
Disc 13
  1. 1 La Gamme en forme de petit opéra, for violin, viola da gamba & continuo in C major - Marin Marais & London Baroque (34:29)
    Composed byMarin Marais
    Conducted byCharles Medlam
    Performed byCharles Medlam
Disc 14
  1. 1 Pianto della Madonna, sacred song for voice & continuo (from Selva morale e spirituale), SV 288 - Claudio Monteverdi & Jean-Marc Aymes (8:23)
    Composed byClaudio Monteverdi
    Conducted byJean-Marc Aymes
    Performed byJean-Marc Aymes, Maria Cristina Kiehr
  2. 2–4 Mystery Sonata, for violin & continuo No. 1 in D minor ("The Annunciation"), C. 90 - Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber & Richard Egarr (6:01)
    Composed byHeinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber
    1. 2Præludium
    2. 3Aria, Variatio
    3. 4[Finale]
  3. 5–7 Mystery Sonata, for violin & continuo No. 2 in A major ("The Visitation"), C. 91 - Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber (6:49)
    Composed byHeinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber
    1. 5Sonata
    2. 6Allamanda
    3. 7[Finale]
  4. 8–10 Mystery Sonata, for violin & continuo No. 3 in B minor ("The Nativity"), C. 92 - Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber (7:23)
    Composed byHeinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber
    1. 8Sonata
    2. 9Courente, Double
    3. 10[Finale]
  5. 11 Mystery Sonata, for violin & continuo No. 4 in D minor ("The Presentation"), C. 93 - Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber (9:01)
    Composed byHeinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber
  6. 12–15 Mystery Sonata, for violin & continuo No. 5 in A major ("Jesus in the Temple"), C. 94 - Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber (7:20)
    Composed byHeinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber
    1. 12Præludium
    2. 13Allamanda
    3. 14Gigue
    4. 15Sarabanda, Double
  7. 16–24 Stabat Mater, hymn for voice, strings & continuo in F minor, RV 621 - Antonio Vivaldi & Chiara Banchini (18:46)
    Composed byAntonio Vivaldi
    Conducted byChiara Banchini
    Performed byChiara Banchini, Andreas Scholl
    1. 16Stabat mater dolorosa. Largo
    2. 17Cujus animam gementem. Adagio
    3. 18O quam tristis. Andante
    4. 19Quis est homo. Largo
    5. 20Quis non posset. Adagio
    6. 21Pro peccatis suae gentis. Andante
    7. 22Eja mater, fons amoris. Largo
    8. 23Fac ut ardeat. Lento
    9. 24Amen. Allegro
Disc 15
  1. 1–5 Du aber Daniel, gehe hin, funeral cantata for chorus, recorder, oboe, 2 violas da gamba, strings & continuo, TWV 4:17 - Georg Philipp Telemann & Cantus Cölln (25:58)
    Composed byGeorg Philipp Telemann
    Conducted byKonrad Junghanel
    Performed byKonrad Junghanel
    1. 1Sonata & Coro. Du aber, Daniel, gehe hin
    2. 2Rezitativo & Aria. Mit Freunden folgt die Seele - Du Aufenthalt der blassen Sorgen
    3. 3Rezitativo & Aria. Mit sehnendem Verlangen - Brecht, ihr müden Augenlieder
    4. 4Rezitativo. Dir ist, hochsel’ger Mann, dies Glück geschehen
    5. 5Adagio. Schlaft wohl, ihr seligen Gebeine
  2. 6–10 Suite for harpsichord No. 3 in D minor - Jean-Henri d'Anglebert & Kenneth Gilbert (14:41)
    Composed byJean-Henri d'Anglebert
    1. 6Prélude non mesuré
    2. 7Allemande
    3. 8Courante
    4. 9Sarabande grave
    5. 10Gigue
  3. 11–16 Suite for harpsichord, No 1 in G major - Jean-Henri d'Anglebert (16:51)
    Composed byJean-Henri d'Anglebert
    1. 11Prélude non mesuré
    2. 12Allemande
    3. 13Courante
    4. 14Sarabande
    5. 15Gigue
    6. 16Chaconne en rondeau
  4. 17–21 Suite for harpsichord, No 2 in G minor - Jean-Henri d'Anglebert (11:51)
    Composed byJean-Henri d'Anglebert
    1. 17Prélude non mesuré
    2. 18Allemande
    3. 19Courante
    4. 20Sarabande
    5. 21Gigue
  5. 22 Suite for harpsichord No. 4 in D major (Pièces de Claveçin): Tombeau de M. de Chambonnières - Jean-Henri d'Anglebert (5:10)
    Composed byJean-Henri d'Anglebert
  6. 23 Suite for harpsichord No. 4 in D major (Pièces de Claveçin): Chaconne en rondeau - Jean-Henri d'Anglebert (5:02)
    Composed byJean-Henri d'Anglebert
Disc 16
  1. 1 En me revenant, for lute (from Lord Herbert of Cherbury's Lute Book) - Anonymous, English & Paul O'Dette (1:35)
    Composed byAnonymous, English
  2. 2 Courante (from Lord Herbert of Cherbury's Lute Book) - Jacques Gautier (1:24)
    Composed byJacques Gautier
  3. 3 Courante Son Adieu (fromLord Herbert of Cherbury's Lute Book) - Jacques Gautier (1:33)
    Composed byJacques Gautier
  4. 4 Courante sur J'avois brisé mes fers Daniel (fromLord Herbert of Cherbury's Lute Book) - Jacques Gautier (1:26)
    Composed byJacques Gautier
  5. 5 Chacogne - Anonymous (1:25)
    Composed byAnonymous
  6. 6 Filou - Luc Despond (4:15)
    Composed byLuc Despond
  7. 7 Prelude for lute - Daniel Bacheler (1:29)
    Composed byDaniel Bacheler
  8. 8 Fantasie for lute - Daniel Bacheler (3:29)
    Composed byDaniel Bacheler
  9. 9 A Galliard upon a Galliard by John Dowland, for lute (App. 2 from Selected Works for Lute) - Daniel Bacheler (1:56)
    Composed byDaniel Bacheler
  10. 10 Pavin for lute - Robert Johnson (5:33)
    Composed byRobert Johnson
  11. 11 Almaine for lute (from Lord Herbert of Cherbury's Lute Book) - Robert Johnson (2:16)
    Composed byRobert Johnson
  12. 12 Fantasia - Lorenzini di Roma (3:24)
    Composed byLorenzini di Roma
  13. 13 Fantasia sopra La canzon degli uccelli - Diomedes Cato (3:51)
    Composed byDiomedes Cato
  14. 14 Work(s): Fantasia - Cuthbert Hely (2:39)
    Composed byCuthbert Hely
  15. 15 Work(s): Fantasia - Cuthbert Hely (3:05)
    Composed byCuthbert Hely
  16. 16 Fantasia for lute (from Lord Herbert of Cherbury's Lute Book) - Robert Johnson (3:59)
    Composed byRobert Johnson
  17. 17 Ballet - Jacob Polonais (1:57)
    Composed byJacob Polonais
  18. 18 Courante - Julien Perrichon (1:28)
    Composed byJulien Perrichon
  19. 19 Courante sur le courante de Perrichon - Jacob Polonais (1:26)
    Composed byJacob Polonais
  20. 20 Sarabande - Jacob Polonais (3:16)
    Composed byJacob Polonais
  21. 21 Work(s): Fantasia - Cuthbert Hely (4:07)
    Composed byCuthbert Hely
  22. 22 Sarabande for lute - Cuthbert Hely (0:53)
    Composed byCuthbert Hely
  23. 23 Pavin, for lute - Daniel Bacheler (4:27)
    Composed byDaniel Bacheler
  24. 24 Work(s): Courante - Daniel Bacheler (1:05)
    Composed byDaniel Bacheler
  25. 25 Work(s): Courante - Daniel Bacheler (1:16)
    Composed byDaniel Bacheler
  26. 26 Work(s): Courante - Daniel Bacheler (1:09)
    Composed byDaniel Bacheler
  27. 27 La jeune fillette, for lute (No. 41 from Selected Works for Lute) - Daniel Bacheler (6:59)
    Composed byDaniel Bacheler
  28. 28 Pavan of the composition of mee for lute - Herbert of Cherbury (4:56)
    Composed byHerbert of Cherbury
Disc 17
  1. 1–20 Barca di Venetia per padova, for 5 voices - Giovanni Ferretti & Adriano Banchieri (27:31)
    Composed byAdriano Banchieri
    Conducted byDominique Visse
    Performed byDominique Visse
    1. 1L'umor svegliato
    2. 2Strepito di Pescatori
    3. 3Parone di barca e Ninetta
    4. 4Barcaruolo à passaggieri
    5. 5Libraio Fiorentino
    6. 6Maestro di musica Luchese
    7. 7Cinque cantori in diverse lenguaggi
    8. 8Venetiano e Thedesco
    9. 9Madrigale affettuoso
    10. 10Madrigale capriccioso
    11. 11Mattinata in dialogo
    12. 12Dialogo
    13. 13Mercante Bresciano et Hebrei
    14. 14Madrigale alla Romana. (Stile del Marenzio Romano)
    15. 15Madrigale alla Napolitana. (À imitatione del Spano Napolitano)
    16. 16Prima Ottava all'improvviso nel liuto
    17. 17Seconda Ottava all'improvviso nel liuto
    18. 18Aria à imitatione del Radesca alla Piamontese
    19. 19Barcaruoli procaccio e tutti al fine
    20. 20Soldato svaligiato
  2. 21–28 Overture: La Bizarre, suite for string & continuo in G major, TWV 55:G2 - Giovanni Ferretti & Georg Philipp Telemann (17:25)
    Composed byGeorg Philipp Telemann
    1. 21Ouverture
    2. 22Courante
    3. 23Gavotte en rondeau
    4. 24Branle
    5. 25Sarabande
    6. 26Fantasie
    7. 27Menuet 1 - Menuet 2
    8. 28Rossignol
  3. 29–31 Simphonie de Clavecins for 2 harpsichords - Giovanni Ferretti & Armand-Louis Couperin (16:02)
    Composed byArmand-Louis Couperin
    1. 29Allegro moderato et marqué
    2. 30Andante
    3. 31Presto
  4. 32–34 Sonata en quatuor for harpsichord, 2 violins & cello in F minor, Op. 7/2 - Giovanni Ferretti & Johann Schobert (13:07)
    Composed byJohann Schobert
    1. 32Andante
    2. 33Menuetto
    3. 34Allegro
Disc 18
  1. 1–87 Croesus, opera - Reinhard Keiser & Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin (186:57)
    Composed byReinhard Keiser
    Conducted byRené Jacobs
    Performed byKurt Azesberger, RIAS-Kammerchor Berlin, Brigitte Eisenfeld, Jorg Gottschick, Werner Güra, Klaus Hager, René Jacobs, Graham Pushee, Dorothea Röschmann, Johannes Schmidt, Markus Schafer, Roman Trekel, Kwangchul Youn, Salome Haller, Johannes Mannov, Johanna Stojkovic, Christian Jekat, Christoph-Cedric Meyer, Konstantin von Richthofen
    1. 1Sinfonia avanti l'opera Croesus
    2. 2Act 1. Scene 1. Coro. Croesus herrsche, Croesus lebe
    3. 3Act 1. Scene 1. Recitativo. Ihr edlen Lydier
    4. 4Act 1. Scene 1. Aria. Prangt die allerschönste Blume
    5. 5Act 1. Scene 2. Aria. Hoffe noch, gekränktes Herz!
    6. 6Act 1. Scene 2. Recitativo. Du weißt, wie Cyrus' Macht
    7. 7Act 1. Scene 2. Arietta. Empfinden gleiche Schmerzen
    8. 8Act 1. Scene 3. Aria. Lieben, Leiden, Bitten, Flehen
    9. 9Act 1. Scene 3. Recitativo. Prinz Atis, wie dir ist bewußt
    10. 10Act 1. Scene 4. Aria. Wahre Treu kann nicht auf Erden
    11. 11Act 1. Scene 5. Aria. Er erweckt in meinem Herzen
    12. 12Act 1. Scene 6. Recitativo con aria. Verliebter Prinz - Sobald dich nur mein Auge sah
    13. 13Act 1. Scene 6. Recitativo. Was zeigt der Prinz, geliebter Knabe?
    14. 14Act 1. Scene 6. Aria con recitativo. Durch der Haare güldne Stricke
    15. 15Act 1. Scene 7. Recitativo. Der König will euch gerne sprechen...Terzetto. Du mußt scheiden
    16. 16Act 1. Scene 8. Duetto. Ich sä' auf wilde Wellen
    17. 17Act 1. Scene 9. Duetto. Blindes Feu'r, das mich verzehret...Quartetto. Clerida, du hällst gefangen
    18. 18Act 1. Scene 10. Aria. Traure nicht...Recitativo. Wo ich bei diesen Fackeln
    19. 19Act 1. Scene 10. Recitativo. Orsanes, mußt du denn dem stummen Atis weichen
    20. 20Act 1. Scene 11. Recitativo con aria. Hört, wie die Eulen - Liebes-Schmerzen geschlossener Herzen
    21. 21Act 1. Scene 12. Recitativo. Darf Cyrus dann den Frieden brechen?...Scene 13. Recitativo. Es ist de
    22. 22Act 1. Scene 14. Recitativo. Muß ich in meinem Herzen
    23. 23Act 1. Scene 14. Aria. Liebe, treibst du denn nur Spiel
    24. 24Act 1. Scene 15. Recitativo con aria. Seht, wie die elementschen Affen - Das Blinkern und Flinkern
    25. 25Act 1. Scene 15. Chaconne. Ballett von Harlekinen
    26. 26Act 1. Scene 16. Aria. Laß ich meine siegenden Waffen nur sehen
    27. 27Act 1. Scene 16. Recitativo. Ihr Helden, folget dann
    28. 28Act 1. Scene 16. Ballet von persischen Soldaten
    29. 29Act 1. Scene 17. Recitativo. Der Perser Schwert und Pfeile
    30. 30Act 1. Scnee 18. Ritornello con aria. So jauchzet mein fröhlicher Mut!
    31. 31Act 1. Scene 18. Recitativo. Hier ist die reichste Beute
    32. 32Act 2. Scene 1. Ritornello
    33. 33Act 2. Scene 1. Duetto. Kleine Vöglein, die ihr springet
    34. 34Act 2. Scene 2. Recitativo. Orsanes treulos?
    35. 35Act 2. Scene 3. Recitativo. Seht, wie Herr Elcius ist ein Politicus...Aria. Mein Kätchen ist ein Mä
    36. 36Act 2. Scene 3. Ballett von Bauren und Bauren-Kindern
    37. 37Act 2. Scene 4. Duetto. Freundliche Liebe, wie freust du mein Herz!
    38. 38Act 2. Scene 5. Recitativo. Kann meine Treu Orsanen nicht bewegen?...Aria. Mein Elmir, meine Wonne.
    39. 39Act 2. Scene 5. Aria. Ihr stummen Fische seid dem gleich
    40. 40Act 2. Scene 5. Recitativo. Du stellest dich, als hörest du nicht
    41. 41Act 2. Scene 5. Aria. Soll dann so großer Hohn
    42. 42Act 2. Scene 6. Recitativo. Sobald ich werd' erhöht zu dieser Würde
    43. 43Act 2. Scene 6. Duetto (Eliates, Orsanes) Die Regierungslast zu tragen...Chorus. Waffen, Hilfe, Hil
    44. 44Act 2. Scene 7. Recitativo. Wir sind verlor'n!
    45. 45Act 2. Scene 8. Recitativo. Holdseligste Elmir
    46. 46Act 2. Scene 8. Aria. Liebe, sag', was fängst du an?
    47. 47Act 2. Scene 9. Recitativo. Hier bring ich Atis' Ebenbild
    48. 48Act 2. Scene 9. Aria. Alle Freude leicht verstiebet
    49. 49Act 2. Scene 10. Recitativo. Was seh ich!
    50. 50Act 2. Scene 11. Aria. Ich lieb' und bin geliebet
    51. 51Act 2. Scene 11. Recitativo. Prinzessin, darf ein Sklav'
    52. 52Act 2. Scene 11. Aria. Ist niemand bewußt
    53. 53Act 2. Scene 11. Recitativo. Wie! Darfst du nochmals solche Reden wagen?
    54. 54Act 2. Scene 11. Aria. Mir gefällt in seinem Munde
    55. 55Act 2. Scene 12. Recitativo. Hör' dann, dies ist der Dienst
    56. 56Act 2. Scene. 13. Recitativo con aria. Brill, Brill, Feder und Tinte - Kommt ihr Herren, kommt zu k
    57. 57Act 2. Scene 14. Aria. Niemand kann aus dieser Ketten
    58. 58Act 2. Scene 14. Recitativo. Knie nieder, und wirf dich zur Erden
    59. 59Act 2. Scene 14. Aria. Ihr tapfern Soldaten, frohlocket nun wieder
    60. 60Act 2. Scene 14. Entrée, Passepied der Feuerwerker
    61. 61Act 3. Scene 1. Aria. Die Flamme steigt
    62. 62Act 3. Scene 1. Recitativo. Find' ich Orsan so früh...Scene 2. Aria. Weil's dem Himmel so gefällt
    63. 63Act 3. Scene 2. Recitativo. Ermin, wie ist es abgegangen?
    64. 64Act 3. Scene 3. Recitativo. Der Himmel sei gepriest...Aria. Fühlst du noch der Liebe Kerzen
    65. 65Act 3. Scene 3. Recitativo. Schönstes Kind, du irrest dich
    66. 66Act 3. Scene 4. Recitativo. Der Abgesandte bringt vom Feinde
    67. 67Act 3. Scene 4. Aria. Waffnet, was kann Waffen tragen
    68. 68Act 3. Scene 5. Aria. Elmir! wo bleibest du?
    69. 69Act 3. Scene 5. Recitativo. Prinzessin!
    70. 70Act 3. Scene 5. Aria. Mich vergnüget dieses Höhnen
    71. 71Act 3. Scene 6. Recitativo. Unsinniger, find ich dich hier?
    72. 72Act 3. Scene 6. Recitativo. Mich Unglückseligen...Aria. Wertes Glück, verlaß mich nicht!
    73. 73Act 3. Scene 7. Ritornello con aria. Soll des Goldes Glanz recht glimmen
    74. 74Act 3. Scene 7. Recitativo. Prinzessin!
    75. 75Act 3. Scene 7. Aria. Sollte der mich herzlich lieben
    76. 76Act 3. Scene 8. Arietta. Zarte Jungfern
    77. 77Act 3. Scene 8. Recitativo. Hier, wey je nich dat neye Lied
    78. 78Act 3. Scene 8. Aria. Schmink', ein Kleinod dieser Zeit...Recitativo. Hier hab ich Schnupftobak
    79. 79Act 3. Scene 9. Duetto. Nein, nein, nun will ich nicht mehr lieben
    80. 80Act 3. Scene 10. Recitativo. Prinz, weißt du, daß Ermin mit mir von Liebe spricht?
    81. 81Act 3. Scene 10. Aria. Dieses Schmähen, das ich leide
    82. 82Act 3. Scene 12. Aria. Götter, übt Barmherzigkeit!
    83. 83Act 3. Scene 13. Recitativo. Fort, führt ihn auf den Scheiterhaufen!
    84. 84Act 3. Scene 13. Recitativo. Umsonst, macht neues Feuer
    85. 85Act 3. Scene 13. Aria. Solon, weiser Solon
    86. 86Act 3. Scene 13. Recitativo. Welch eine Gottheit ruft er an?
    87. 87Act 3. Scene 13. Coro. Glückliche Stunden, erfreulicher Tag
Disc 19
Disc 20
Disc 21
  1. 1–3 Keyboard Trio in G major ("Gypsy Trio") H. 15/25 - Franz Joseph Haydn & Patrick Cohen (15:57)
    Composed byFranz Joseph Haydn
    1. 1Andante
    2. 2Poco adagio
    3. 3Presto
  2. 4 German dances (6) for orchestra, K. 509 - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (7:23)
    Composed byWolfgang Amadeus Mozart
  3. 5–7 Cello Concerto No. 1 in C major, H. 7b/1 - Franz Joseph Haydn & Freiburger Barockorchester (24:48)
    Composed byFranz Joseph Haydn
    Conducted byPetra Müllejans
    Performed byFreiburger Barockorchester, Petra Müllejans
    1. 5Moderato
    2. 6Adagio
    3. 7Finale Allegro molto
  4. 8–10 Symphony No. 38 in D major ("Prague"), K. 504 - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart & Freiburger Barockorchester (32:36)
    Composed byWolfgang Amadeus Mozart
    Conducted byRené Jacobs
    Performed byFreiburger Barockorchester, René Jacobs
    1. 8 Adagio - Allegro
    2. 9 Andante
    3. 10 Finale. Presto
Disc 22
  1. 1–19 Petite messe solennelle, for soloists, 2 pianos, harmonium & choir - Gioachino Rossini & RIAS-Kammerchor Berlin (80:13)
    Composed byGioachino Rossini
    Conducted byMarcus Creed
    Performed byRIAS-Kammerchor Berlin, Marcus Creed, Birgit Remmert, Steve Davislim, Hanno Muller-Brachmann, Krassimira Stoyanova
    1. 1Kyrie. Kyrie
    2. 2Kyrie. Christe
    3. 3Kyrie. Kyrie
    4. 4Gloria. Gloria in excelsis Deo
    5. 5Gloria. Laudamus te
    6. 6Gloria. Gratias
    7. 7Gloria. Domine Deus
    8. 8Gloria. Qui tollis
    9. 9Gloria. Quoniam
    10. 10Gloria. Cum sancto Spiritu
    11. 11Credo. Credo in unum Deum
    12. 12Credo. Crucifixus
    13. 13Credo. Et resurrexit
    14. 14Credo. Et vitam venturi
    15. 15Prélude religieux (pendant l'Offertoire)
    16. 16Ritournelle
    17. 17Sanctus
    18. 18O salutaris
    19. 19Agnus Dei
Disc 23
  1. 1–3 Sonata a quattro (String Symphony) No. 4 in B flat major - Gioachino Rossini & Roel Dieltiens (14:57)
    Composed byGioachino Rossini
    Conducted byRoel Dieltiens
    Performed byRoel Dieltiens
    1. 1Allegro vivace
    2. 2Andante
    3. 3Allegreto
  2. 4–11 Frauenliebe und -leben, song cycle for voice & piano, Op. 42 - Robert Schumann & Adelbert von Chamisso (20:22)
    Composed byRobert Schumann
    Performed byBernarda Fink
    1. 4Seit ich ihn geschen
    2. 5Er, der Herrlichste von allen
    3. 6Ich kann's nicht fassen
    4. 7Du Ring an meinem Finger
    5. 8Helft mir, ihr Schwestern
    6. 9Süßer Freund
    7. 10An meinem Herzen
    8. 11Nun hast du mir den ersten Schemrz getan
  3. 12–15 Sonata for Clarinet (or viola) & Piano No. 1 in F minor, Op. 120/1 - Johannes Brahms & Michel Portal (24:46)
    Composed byJohannes Brahms
    1. 12Allegro appasionato
    2. 13Andante un poco adagio
    3. 14Allegretto grazioso
    4. 15Vivace
  4. 16 Mignon ("Kennst du das Land"), song for voice & piano (Goethe Lieder) - Hugo Wolf & Juliane Banse (6:20)
    Composed byHugo Wolf
    Conducted byKent Nagano
    Performed byJuliane Banse, Simon Halsey, Dietrich Henschel, Kent Nagano, Rundfunkchor Berlin, Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin
  5. 17 Der Rattenfänger ("Ich bin der wohlbekannte Sänger"), song for voice & piano (Goethe Lieder) - Hugo Wolf (2:52)
    Composed byHugo Wolf
  6. 18 Harfenspieler I ("Wer sich der Einsamkeit ergibt"), song for voice & piano (Goethe Lieder) - Hugo Wolf (3:10)
    Composed byHugo Wolf
  7. 19 Harfenspieler II ("An die Türen will ich schleichen"), song for voice & piano (Goethe Lieder) - Hugo Wolf (2:20)
    Composed byHugo Wolf
  8. 20 Harfenspieler III ("Wer nie sein Brot mit Tränen ass"), song for voice & piano (Goethe Lieder) - Hugo Wolf (2:36)
    Composed byHugo Wolf
  9. 21 Anakreons Grab ("Wo die Rose hier blüht"), song for voice & piano (Goethe Lieder) - Hugo Wolf (2:01)
    Composed byHugo Wolf
Disc 24
  1. 1 Nouvelles suites de pièces de clavecin, for harpsichord: Suite en Sol. Les Tricotets. Rondeau - Jean-Philippe Rameau & Jean-Auguste Dominique Ingres (1:41)
    Composed byJean-Philippe Rameau
    Performed byAlexandre Tharaud
  2. 2 Nouvelles suites de pièces de clavecin, for harpsichord: Suite en Sol. L'Indifférente - Jean-Philippe Rameau (1:42)
    Composed byJean-Philippe Rameau
  3. 3 Nouvelles suites de pièces de clavecin, for harpsichord: Suite en Sol. Menuet - Deuxième menuet - Jean-Philippe Rameau (2:56)
    Composed byJean-Philippe Rameau
  4. 4 Nouvelles suites de pièces de clavecin, for harpsichord: Suite en Sol. La Poule - Jean-Philippe Rameau (5:48)
    Composed byJean-Philippe Rameau
  5. 5 Nouvelles suites de pièces de clavecin, for harpsichord: Suite en Sol. Les Triolets - Jean-Philippe Rameau (3:29)
    Composed byJean-Philippe Rameau
  6. 6 Nouvelles suites de pièces de clavecin, for harpsichord: Suite en Sol. Les Sauvages - Jean-Philippe Rameau (1:46)
    Composed byJean-Philippe Rameau
  7. 7 Nouvelles suites de pièces de clavecin, for harpsichord: Suite en Sol. L'Enharmonique - Jean-Philippe Rameau (6:33)
    Composed byJean-Philippe Rameau
  8. 8 Nouvelles suites de pièces de clavecin, for harpsichord: Suite en Sol. L'Égyptienne - Jean-Philippe Rameau (2:51)
    Composed byJean-Philippe Rameau
  9. 9–12 Symphonies de Beethoven No. 3, transcription for piano in E flat major, S. 464/3 (LW A37a,c) - Franz Liszt & Georges Pludermacher (51:19)
    Composed byFranz Liszt
    1. 9Allegro con brio
    2. 10Marcia funebre (Adagio assai)
    3. 11Scherzo (Allegro vivace). Trio
    4. 12Finale (Allegro molto. Poco andante. Presto)
Disc 25
  1. 1–6 Les Nuits d'été, song cycle for voice & piano (or orchestra), H. 81 (Op. 7) - Hector Berlioz & Brigitte Balleys (30:15)
    Composed byHector Berlioz
    Conducted byPhilippe Herreweghe
    Performed byBrigitte Balleys, Philippe Herreweghe, Orchestre des Champs-Élysées
    1. 1Villanelle. Quand viendra la saison nouvelle
    2. 2Le spectre de la rose. Soulève la paupière close
    3. 3Sur les lagunes (lamento). Ma belle amie est morte
    4. 4Absence. Reviens, reviens, ma bien-aimée!
    5. 5Au cimetière (clair de lune). Connaissez-vous la blanche tombe
    6. 6L’île inconnue. Dites, la jeune belle!
  2. 7–22 El Amor brujo, ballet for mezzo-soprano & small orchestra in 1 act, G. 44 - Manuel de Falla & Theodore Chasseriau (36:50)
    Composed byManuel de Falla
    Conducted byJosep Pons
    Performed byGinesa Ortega & Chicuelo, Josep Pons, Orquestra de Cambra Teatre Lliure
    1. 7Quadre Primer. Introduccion y escena
    2. 8Quadre Primer. Cancíon del amor dolido
    3. 9Quadre Primer. Sortilegio
    4. 10Quadre Primer. Danza del fin del dia
    5. 11Quadre Primer. Escena
    6. 12Quadre Primer. Romance del pescador
    7. 13Quadre Primer. Intermezzo
    8. 14Quadre Segon. Introduccion
    9. 15Quadre Segon. Escena
    10. 16Quadre Segon. Danza del fuego fatuo
    11. 17Quadre Segon. Interludio
    12. 18Quadre Segon. Cancíon del fuego fatuo
    13. 19Quadre Segon. Conjuro para reconquistar el amor perdido
    14. 20Quadre Segon. Escena
    15. 21Quadre Segon. Danza y cancíon de la bruja fingida
    16. 22Quadre Segon. Final
Disc 26
  1. 1–4 Fantasia for violin & piano in C major ("Sei mir gegrüsst!"), D. 934 (Op. posth. 159) - Franz Schubert & Isabelle Faust (22:51)
    Composed byFranz Schubert
    1. 1Andante molto
    2. 2Allegretto
    3. 3Andantino
    4. 4Allegro vivace
  2. 5–8 Piano Sonata No. 21 in B flat major, D. 960 - Franz Schubert & Ferdinand Georg Waldmuller (36:31)
    Composed byFranz Schubert
    1. 5Molto moderato
    2. 6Andante sostneuto
    3. 7Scherzo. Allegro vivace con delicatezza - Trio
    4. 8Allegro, ma non troppo
Disc 27
  1. 1 Ballade for piano No. 1 in G minor, Op. 23, CT. 2 - Frédéric Chopin & Ferdinand Georg Waldmuller (9:38)
    Composed byFrédéric Chopin
  2. 2 Ballade for piano No. 2 in F major, Op. 38, CT. 3 - Frédéric Chopin (7:02)
    Composed byFrédéric Chopin
  3. 3 Ballade for piano No. 3 in A flat major, Op. 47, CT. 4 - Frédéric Chopin (7:09)
    Composed byFrédéric Chopin
  4. 4 Ballade for piano No. 4 in F minor, Op. 52, CT. 5 - Frédéric Chopin (11:44)
    Composed byFrédéric Chopin
  5. 5 La Lugubre gondola (Die Trauer-Gondel), for cello & piano, S. 134 (LW D19/2) - Franz Liszt & Ferdinand Georg Waldmuller (9:36)
    Composed byFranz Liszt
  6. 6–10 String Quartet No. 8 in C minor, Op. 110 - Dmitry Shostakovich & Ferdinand Georg Waldmuller (22:04)
    Composed byDmitry Shostakovich
    1. 6 Largo
    2. 7 Allegro
    3. 8 Allegretto
    4. 9 Largo
    5. 10 Largo
Disc 28
  1. 1–4 Quartet for piano & strings in A major, Op. 30 - Ernest Chausson & Les Musiciens (37:33)
    Composed byErnest Chausson
    1. 11er mouvement
    2. 22e mouvement "très calme"
    3. 33e mouvement "simple et sans hâte"
    4. 44e mouvement "animé"
  2. 5 Vitebsk, study on a Jewish Theme, for piano trio - Aaron Copland & Trio Wanderer (13:18)
    Composed byAaron Copland
  3. 6 On the Overgrown Path (Po zarostlém chodnícku), for piano, JW 8/17: 1. Nos soirées (Our evenings) Moderato - Leos Janácek & Alain Planès (3:54)
    Composed byLeos Janácek
  4. 7 On the Overgrown Path (Po zarostlém chodnícku), for piano, JW 8/17: 2. Une feuille emportée (A blown away leaf) Andant - Leos Janácek (3:25)
    Composed byLeos Janácek
  5. 8 On the Overgrown Path (Po zarostlém chodnícku), for piano, JW 8/17: 3. Venez avec nous! (Come with us!) Andante - Leos Janácek (1:26)
    Composed byLeos Janácek
  6. 9 On the Overgrown Path (Po zarostlém chodnícku), for piano, JW 8/17: 4. La Vierge de Frýdek (The Madonna of Frýdek) Gra - Leos Janácek (3:30)
    Composed byLeos Janácek
  7. 10 On the Overgrown Path (Po zarostlém chodnícku), for piano, JW 8/17: 5. Elles bavardaient en hirondelles (They chattere - Leos Janácek (2:13)
    Composed byLeos Janácek
  8. 11 On the Overgrown Path (Po zarostlém chodnícku), for piano, JW 8/17: 6. La parole manque! (Words fail!) Andante - Leos Janácek (2:15)
    Composed byLeos Janácek
  9. 12 On the Overgrown Path (Po zarostlém chodnícku), for piano, JW 8/17: 7. Bonne nuit! (Good night!) Andante - Leos Janácek (3:11)
    Composed byLeos Janácek
  10. 13 On the Overgrown Path (Po zarostlém chodnícku), for piano, JW 8/17: 8. Anxiété indicible (Unutterable anguish) Andante - Leos Janácek (3:58)
    Composed byLeos Janácek
  11. 14 On the Overgrown Path (Po zarostlém chodnícku), for piano, JW 8/17: 9. En pleurs (In tears) Larghetto - Leos Janácek (2:46)
    Composed byLeos Janácek
  12. 15 On the Overgrown Path (Po zarostlém chodnícku), for piano, JW 8/17: 10. La chevêche ne s'est pas envolée! (The little - Leos Janácek (3:53)
    Composed byLeos Janácek
Disc 29
  1. 1–4 String Quartet No. 2 ("Listy duverné," "Intimate Letters"), JW 7/13 - Leos Janácek & Melos-Quartett Stuttgart (25:46)
    Composed byLeos Janácek
    1. 1Andante. Con moto. Allegro
    2. 2Adagio. Vivace
    3. 3Moderato. Andante. Adagio
    4. 4Allegro. Andante. Adagio
  2. 5–7 Contrasts, pieces (3) for clarinet, violin & piano, Sz. 111, BB 116 - Béla Bartók & Ensemble Walter Boeykens (17:17)
    Composed byBéla Bartók
    1. 5No. 1 Verbunkos
    2. 6No. 2 Pihenö
    3. 7No. 3 Sebes
  3. 8–15 Berliner Messe, for SATB chorus or soloists & organ - Arvo Pärt & Paul Hillier (23:21)
    Composed byArvo Pärt
    Performed byPaul Hillier, Theatre of Voices
    1. 8Kyrie
    2. 9Gloria
    3. 10First Alleluia Verse
    4. 11Second Alleluia Verse
    5. 12Veni Sancte Spiritus
    6. 13Credo
    7. 14Sanctus
    8. 15Agnus Dei
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