Photocopy reprint of the original early 20th century edition.
Edited by Margaret Laurie, Lionel Pike and Bruce Wood. Contents: 1. Behold, I Bring You Glad Tidings -- 2. Behold, Now Praise the Lord -- 3. Blessed Are They That Fear the Lord -- 4. I Will Give Thanks Unto the Lord -- 5a. My Beloved Spake (revised version) -- 5b. My Beloved Spake (original version)…
It is not certain that this cantata is by Daniel Purcell. It has appeared in Volume 21 of The Works of Henry Purcell published by the Purcell Society. This edition includes two scores; one with figured bass, and one with a realization of the continuo. With a preface.
A set of string parts for this one-movement work. This work dates from 1683. This edition is printed from Volume 15 of the Purcell Society Complete Edition.
Contents: Ah! Few And Full Of Sorrow -- Awake And Attention Hear -- Awake Ye Dead -- Begin Of The Song -- Close Thine Eyes -- Early, O Lord, My Fainting Soul -- Full Of Wrath, His Threat'ning Breath -- Great God, And Just -- Hear Me, O Lord, The Great Support -- Hosanna To The Highest -- How Have I…
Commissioned by the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra.
…Commissioned by the Danish National Vocal Ensemble. Text by Nahum Tate. Instrumental parts for this work, scored for SATB choir, string quartet, percussion, theorbe and harpsichord. The music does not properly end, as it is intended to segue directly into Purcell's opera. Duration ca. 15 minutes.
This volume includes four keyboard works by Henry Purcell, as well as music by contemporaries such as John Blow, Daniel Purcell, Jeremiah Clarke, John Eccles, William Croft, John Barrett and Jean Baptiste Loeillet. Reprint edition.
Edited by Peter Holman. With an introduction. This work was based on a poetic text written shortly after the sudden death of Purcell in 1695. This edition includes a score with a realization of the continuo, and two without.
Short work for for Viol Consort, commissioned by the South Bank Centre for the Purcell Tercentenary, and premiered by Fretwork at the Purcell Room in 1995.
Introduction, list of sources, editorial procedure, text of the masque as set by Purcell, critical commentary.
Contents: Ah! Belinda -- Behold Upon My Bending Spear -- But Ere We This Perform -- Come Away Fellow Sailors -- Cupid Only Throws The Dart -- Destruction's Our Delight -- Echo Dance Of Furies -- Fear No Danger -- Great Minds Against Themselves Conspire -- Grief Increases By Concealing -- Harm's Our…
Purcell Society Volume 2 hardback edition. Edited under the supervision of the Purcell Society by Ian Spink. Instrumental parts are available on hire from the publishers. Paperback edition available: NOV151002.
Amsterdam Loeki Stardust Quartet.
A collection of works for viols which Purcell composed between 1680 and 1683. Contents: Fantasia a3, No. 1 -- Fantasia No. 2 -- Fantasia No. 3 -- Fantasia No. 4 -- Fantasia No. 5 -- Fantasia No. 6 -- Fantasia No. 7 -- Fantasia No. 8 -- Fantasia No. 9 -- Fantasia No. 10 -- Fantasia No. 11 -- Fantasia…
Photocopy of the original Purcell Edition from the early 20th century.
Edited in 1900 by Frederick Bridge and John Pointer. Revised under the supervision of the Purcell Society by Margaret Laurie.
Edited under the supervision of the Purcell Society by Bruce Wood. Vocal scores and instrumental parts of each of the three works in this volume are available on hire from the publishers. Hardback edition available: NOV151011-01.
This early volume in the Purcell Society Edition is available as a special order photocopy. Includes three odes and five secular cantatas. With an introduction, editorial notes, list of sources, texts, and commentary.
One of Purcell’s last pieces, Who Can From Joy Refrain? (Z 342) was written for the 6th birthday of Prince William, Duke of Gloucester, in June 1695. The Prince was said to enjoy the brash tone of the Trumpet, so the prominent Trumpet part was written especially for him. Introduction, list of…
The drama adapted from Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream. The work may be perfomed with a minimum of five soloists: Soprano I, Soprano II, Alto or countertenor, or Tenor, Tenor, Bass. The orchestral scoring consists of two recorders, two oboes, two trumpets, timpani, strings and continuo.…