Purcell: The Fairy Queen

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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/9/2002
  • Label: Emi Classics
  • UPC: 724356195523
  • Catalog Number: 61955

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1–60 The Fairy Queen, semi-opera, Z. 629 - Henry Purcell & Susan Bickley (121:30)
    Composed byHenry Purcell
    Conducted byRoger Norrington
    Performed bySusan Bickley, Howard Crook, London Classical Players, Roger Norrington, Mark Padmore, Catherine Pierard, Schutz Choir of London, David Wilson-Johnson, Richard Wistreich, Lorraine Hunt Lieberson
    1. 1Prelude
    2. 2Hornpipe
    3. 3Air
    4. 4Rondeau
    5. 5Overture
    6. 6Come, let us leave the town
    7. 7Scene of the drunken poet
    8. 8First Act Tune: Jig
    9. 9Come all ye songsters
    10. 10Prelude
    11. 11May the God of Wit inspire
    12. 12Echo
    13. 13Now joyn your Warbling Voices
    14. 14Sing while we trip it
    15. 15See, even Night herself is here
    16. 16I am come to lock all fast
    17. 17One charming night
    18. 18Hush, no more
    19. 19Dance for the Followers of Night
    20. 20Second Act Tune: Air
    21. 21If Love's a Sweet Passion
    22. 22Overture: Symphony while the Swans come forward
    23. 23Dance for the Fairies
    24. 24Dance for the Green Men
    25. 25Ye Gentle Spirits of the Air
    26. 26Dialogue between Coridon and Mopsa
    27. 27Dance for the Haymakers
    28. 28When I have often heard
    29. 29A Thousand, Thousand Ways
    30. 30Third Act Tune: Hornpipe
    31. 31Symphony
    32. 32Now the Night
    33. 33Let the Fifes, and the Clarions
    34. 34Entry of Phoebus
    35. 35When a cruel long Winter
    36. 36Hail! Great Parent
    37. 37Thus the ever Grateful Spring
    38. 38Here's the Summer
    39. 39See, see my many Colour'd Fields
    40. 40Now Winter comes Slowly
    41. 41Hail! Great Parent
    42. 42Fourth Act Tune: Air
    43. 43Prelude
    44. 44Epithalamium: Thrice happy Lovers
    45. 45The Plaint - O Let me weep
    46. 46Entry Dance
    47. 47Symphony
    48. 48Thus the gloomy World
    49. 49Thus Happy and Free
    50. 50Yes, Daphne
    51. 51Monkeys' Dance
    52. 52Hark, how all things
    53. 53Hark, now the Echoing Air
    54. 54Sure the dull God
    55. 55Prelude
    56. 56See, see, I obey
    57. 57Turn then thine Eyes
    58. 58My torch, indeed
    59. 59They shall be as happy
    60. 60Chaconne: Dance for the Chinese Man and Woman
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Performance Credits
Roger Norrington Primary Artist
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