Artist Hyperion Records
Le Blanc, Suzie (soprano)

Suzie Le Blanc (soprano)

Albums

Blow & Draghi: Odes for St Cecilia
CDH55257Helios (Hyperion's budget label)
Blow: Awake my lyre
CDA66658Archive Service
Draghi & Blow: Odes for St Cecilia
CDH55257Helios (Hyperion's budget label)
Moody: Passion & Resurrection
CDA66999Archive Service
Purcell: Hark how the wild musicians sing
CDA66750
Vivaldi: Cantatas, Concertos & Magnificat
CDH55190Helios (Hyperion's budget label) — Archive Service

Complete works available for download

JOHN BLOW (1649-1708)
Awake, awake, my Lyre! 'A Supplication'with Red Byrd, The Parley of Instruments, Geraldine McGreevy (soprano), John Potter (tenor)
Gloria Patri, qui creavit noswith Red Byrd, The Parley of Instruments, Geraldine McGreevy (soprano), Charles Daniels (tenor), John Potter (tenor), Richard Wistreich (bass)
Go, perjur'd man, and if thou ere return 'The Curse'with Red Byrd, The Parley of Instruments, Richard Wistreich (bass)
Paratum cor meum, Deuswith Red Byrd, The Parley of Instruments, Geraldine McGreevy (soprano)
Salvator mundi, salva noswith Red Byrd, The Parley of Instruments, Geraldine McGreevy (soprano), Charles Daniels (tenor), John Potter (tenor), Richard Wistreich (bass)
Sing, ye muses 'Epilogue'with Red Byrd, The Parley of Instruments, Geraldine McGreevy (soprano), Charles Daniels (tenor), John Potter (tenor), Richard Wistreich (bass)
The glorious day is comewith The Parley of Instruments, The Playford Consort, Peter Holman (conductor)
Whilst on Septimnius's panting breast 'Septimnius and Acme, Ode from Catullus'with Red Byrd, The Parley of Instruments, Geraldine McGreevy (soprano), Richard Wistreich (bass)
GIOVANNI BATTISTA DRAGHI (c1640-1708)
From harmony, from heav'nly harmonywith The Parley of Instruments, The Playford Consort, Peter Holman (conductor)
IVAN MOODY (b1964)
Passion and Resurrectionwith Red Byrd, Cappella Amsterdam, Daniel Reuss (conductor)
HENRY PURCELL (1659-1695)
Hark, Damon, hark, Z541with Red Byrd, The Parley of Instruments, Peter Holman (conductor)
How pleasant is this flowery plain and grove!, Z543with Red Byrd, The Parley of Instruments, Peter Holman (conductor)
If ever I more riches did desire, Z544with Red Byrd, The Parley of Instruments, Peter Holman (conductor)
See where she sits 'Weeping', Z508with Red Byrd, The Parley of Instruments, Peter Holman (conductor)
Soft notes and gently raised 'A Serenading Song', Z510with Red Byrd, The Parley of Instruments, Peter Holman (conductor)
ANTONIO VIVALDI (1678-1741)
Magnificat, RV610bwith Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra, Jean Lamon (conductor)

Alphabetical listing of all musical works

Ah Heav'n! what is't I hear?  
And thus by Music's pow'r  
As from the pow'r of sacred lays  
At first the trumpet's part  
Awake, awake, my Lyre! 'A Supplication' (Blow)
But oh! what art can teach  
Couch'd by the pleasant Heliconian spring  
Excesses of pleasure now crowd on apace  
From harmony, from heav'nly harmony (Draghi)
Gloria Patri, qui creavit nos (Blow)
Go, perjur'd man, and if thou ere return 'The Curse' (Blow)
Hark, Damon, hark, Z541 (Purcell)
How pleasant is this flowery plain and grove!, Z543 (Purcell)
If ever I more riches did desire, Z544 (Purcell)
Incarnation  
Magnificat, RV610b (Vivaldi)
Music! celestial Music! what can be  
Orpheus cou'd lead the savage race  
Paratum cor meum, Deus (Blow)
Passion and Resurrection (Moody)
Salvator mundi, salva nos (Blow)
See where she sits 'Weeping', Z508 (Purcell)
Sharp violins proclaim  
Sing, ye muses 'Epilogue' (Blow)
Soft notes and gently raised 'A Serenading Song', Z510 (Purcell)
The agony in the garden  
The battle done, the loud alarms do cease  
The crucifixion  
The deposition from the Cross  
The glorious day is come (Blow)
The last supper  
The resurrection  
The sealing of the tomb  
The soft complaining flute  
The spheres, those instruments divine  
The trial  
The trumpet's loud clangor  
This that blest king and god-like prophet knew  
What passion cannot Musick raise and quell!  
When nature underneath a heap  
Whilst on Septimnius's panting breast 'Septimnius and Acme, Ode from Catullus' (Blow)