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Ode For St. Cecilia's Day (1698) / edited by Richard Charteris.

Publisher: Prb Productions
Series: Baroque Music Series
, No. 48
ISBN13: 9781565713093

This is the first publication of Daniel Purcell's work, composed for St. Cecilia's Day in 1698. This edition is based on two manuscript scores held in London. With an introduction, source notes, textual notes, critical commentary, and facsimile plates.


Ode On St. Cecilia's Day 1692.

Publisher: Novello
Series: Purcell, Henry, Works
, Vol. 8


Three Odes For St. Cecilia's Day / Edited By Bruce Wood.

Publisher: Novello
Series: Purcell, Henry, Works
, Vol. 10
ISBN13: 9781783059928

Includes the odes, Welcome to All the Pleasures, Raise, Raise the Voice, and Laudate Ceciliam. With a preface, list of sources, editorial procedure, commentary, texts, and facsimile plates.


Ode On St. Cecilia's Day (1692) / edited by Christopher Hogwood.

Publisher: Eulenburg Editions
ISBN13: 9783795771775

Purcell composed this work for an annual celebration of the Society of Gentlemen, Lovers of Musick. The work sets a text which was most likely written by Nicholas Brady. This edition is based primarily on the autograph manuscript. With a preface, sources, critical notes and appendices.

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From Harmony, From Heav'Nly Harmony : A Song For St Cecilia's Day, 1687 / edited by Bryan White.

Publisher: Stainer & Bell
Series: Purcell Society Edition Companion Series
, Vol. 3
ISBN13: 9780852499092

…for soloists, chorus and strings in eight parts. With a preface, list of sources, facsimiles, and textual commentary. Draghi composed this work on a poem by John Dryden. The music elevated the English Cecilian ode from its modest standing, and proved influential to many composers such as Purcell.


Raise, Raise The Voice - An Ode : For Soprano, Bass, Two Violins and Continuo / ed. by Cedric Lee.

Publisher: Green Man Press

In one movement. With an introduction by Peter Holman. This work is usually considered to have been composed for St. Cecilia's Day, but it may have had some other purpose instead. This edition includes a score with a realization of the continuo, and three scores without.


Te Deum and Jubilate Deo In D / edited by Robert King.

Publisher: Oxford University Press
Series: Oxford Classic Choral Works
ISBN13: 9780193385894

With a preface and editorial notes. This work was composed in 1694 for St. Cecilia's Day, and was scored for soloists, chorus and chamber orchestra. Purcell's original manuscript is lost; this edition is based on printed copy published two years after the composer's death.

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