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Cornwell, Joseph (tenor)

Joseph Cornwell (tenor)

After studying music at York University and singing at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, Joseph Cornwell began his career with The Consort of Musicke and the Taverner Consort. Singing under conductors such as William Christie, Harry Christophers, Eric Ericson, Sir John Eliot Gardiner, Robert King, Hervé Niquet and Andrew Parrott, his international engagements have taken him throughout Europe and to North America and the Far East. He also appeared in concert throughout the UK with orchestras including the Britten Sinfonia, the Northern Sinfonia, the London Mozart Players and the OSJ.

Operatic roles have included Snout A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the Teatro di San Carlo, Naples, Mitridate Il Pompeo Magno at the Varazdin Festival, Croatia, Polimone Il Tito for the Opéra du Rhin, Achille Iphigénie en Aulide for Opera Factory, Lurcanio Ariodante for St Gallen Opera, Pilade Oreste for the English Bach Festival, Monteverdi Orfeo for the Boston Early Music Festival, in Rio de Janeiro and for Oslo Summer Opera, Giove Il ritorno d’Ulisse and King Arthur in Lisbon, Eumete Il ritorno d’Ulisse for the Académie Européenne de Musique at the Aix–en–Provence Festival, Agenore Il re pastore for Radio Television Luxembourg, and Tamese Arsilda, Regina di Ponto at the Barga Festival.

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Albums
'Blow & Draghi: Odes for St Cecilia' (CDH55257)
Blow & Draghi: Odes for St Cecilia
Buy by post £5.50 CDH55257  Helios (Hyperion's budget label)  
'Blow: Anthems' (CDD22055)
Blow: Anthems
Buy by post £10.50 CDD22055  2CDs Dyad (2 for the price of 1)  
'Boyce: Peleus and Thetis & other theatre music' (CDA66935)
Boyce: Peleus and Thetis & other theatre music
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'Draghi & Blow: Odes for St Cecilia' (CDH55257)
Draghi & Blow: Odes for St Cecilia
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'Fairest Isle' (CDA67115)
Fairest Isle
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'Gabrieli: Missa Pater peccavi & other works' (CDH55265)
Gabrieli: Missa Pater peccavi & other works
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'Hark! hark! the lark' (CDA66836)
Hark! hark! the lark
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'Lawes: Sitting by the streams' (CDA66135)
Lawes: Sitting by the streams
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'The Essential Hyperion, Vol. 2' (HYP20)
The Essential Hyperion, Vol. 2
HYP20  2CDs Super-budget price sampler — Deleted  
On other labels
'Palestrina: Missa Benedicta es' (GIMSE402)
Palestrina: Missa Benedicta es
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'Palestrina: Missa Nigra sum' (CDGIM003)
Palestrina: Missa Nigra sum
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Alphabetical listing of all musical works
A flaxen-headed cowboy / A flaxen-headed milkmaid  First line to The Plough boy / The Milkmaid (Shield)
A health to the northern lass (Lawes)
Ah Heav'n! what is't I hear?  Movement 8 of The glorious day is come (Blow)
Alfred (Arne)
And thus by Music's pow'r  Movement 11 of The glorious day is come (Blow)
Arm, arm! the scouts are come in (Johnson)
As from the pow'r of sacred lays  Movement 10 of From harmony, from heav'nly harmony (Draghi)
At first the trumpet's part  Movement 5 of The glorious day is come (Blow)
Benedicta es (Anon)
Blessed is the man that hath not walked (Blow)
But oh! what art can teach  Movement 8 of From harmony, from heav'nly harmony (Draghi)
Come away, Hecate (Johnson)
Corydon and Miranda (Boyce)
Couch'd by the pleasant Heliconian spring  Movement 4 of The glorious day is come (Blow)
Cry aloud and spare not (Blow)
De profundis clamavi (Gabrieli)
Excesses of pleasure now crowd on apace  Movement 7 of The glorious day is come (Blow)
Farewell to Locaber (Anon/Bach)
From harmony, from heav'nly harmony (Draghi)
Full fathom five (Johnson)
Hark! hark! the lark (Johnson)
Hence, all ye vain delights (Hilton)
How doth the city sit solitary (Blow)
I beheld, and lo! a great multitude (Blow)
I said in the cutting off of my days (Blow)
Lord, who shall dwell in thy tabernacle? (Blow)
Love in a village (Arne)
Missa Nigra sum (Palestrina)
Music for Florizel and Perdita (Boyce)
Music! celestial Music! what can be  Movement 9 of The glorious day is come (Blow)
Nigra sum (Anon)
Nigra sum (De Silva)
Nigra sum (Lhéritier)
Nigra sum (Victoria)
O King of Heaven and Hell, of Sea and Earth!  First line to Orpheus' Hymn (Lawes)
Of all the girls that are so smart  First line to Sally in our alley (Carey)
Oh, let us howl (Johnson)
On Richmond Hill there lives a lass  First line to The Lass of Richmond Hill (Hook)
Orpheus cou'd lead the savage race  Movement 9 of From harmony, from heav'nly harmony (Draghi)
Orpheus' Hymn (Lawes)
Peleus and Thetis (Boyce)
Rise, rise, heart-breaking sighs  First line to The Dirge from Romeo and Juliet (Boyce)
Rule, Britannia  Song of Alfred (Arne)
Sally in our alley (Carey)
See the chariot at hand (Anon)
Sharp violins proclaim  Movement 7 of From harmony, from heav'nly harmony (Draghi)
Some talk of Alexander and some of Hercules  First line to The British Grenadiers (Anon)
Somnus, the humble god (Lawes)
Sweet, stay awhile; why do you rise? (Lawes)
The battle done, the loud alarms do cease  Movement 6 of The glorious day is come (Blow)
The British Grenadiers (Anon)
The Dirge from Romeo and Juliet (Boyce)
The glorious day is come (Blow)
The Lass of Richmond Hill (Hook)
The Lord is my shepherd (Blow)
The miller of Dee  Song of Love in a village (Arne)
The Plough boy / The Milkmaid (Shield)
The soft complaining flute  Movement 6 of From harmony, from heav'nly harmony (Draghi)
The spheres, those instruments divine  Movement 3 of The glorious day is come (Blow)
The trumpet's loud clangor  Movement 5 of From harmony, from heav'nly harmony (Draghi)
There was a jolly miller once lived on the River Dee  First line to The miller of Dee, Song of Love in a village (Arne)
This lady ripe and fair (Atkins)
This that blest king and god-like prophet knew  Movement 10 of The glorious day is come (Blow)
Twelfth Night (Vernon)
Vengeance, O come inspire me!  Act 2, Aria from Alfred (Arne)
What passion cannot Musick raise and quell!  Movement 4 of From harmony, from heav'nly harmony (Draghi)
When Britain first at heaven's command  First line to Rule, Britannia, Song of Alfred (Arne)
When nature underneath a heap  Movement 3 of From harmony, from heav'nly harmony (Draghi)
When that I was a little tiny boy  Song of Twelfth Night (Vernon)
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