Hyperion Records

Artist Hyperion Records

Mark Shepherd (conductor)

Albums
'Dreamland' (HYP41)
Dreamland
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'Maw: One foot in Eden still, I stand & other choral works' (CDA67615)
Maw: One foot in Eden still, I stand & other choral works
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Alphabetical listing of all musical works
Andrew Turner  No 5 of Five Epigrams (Maw)
As father Adam first was fool'd  First line to On a henpecked country squire, No 3 of Five Epigrams (Maw)
Balulalow (Maw)
Below thir stanes lie Jamie's banes  First line to On a noisy polemic, No 1 of Five Epigrams (Maw)
Corpus Christi Carol (Maw)
Dear dark head  No 2 of Five Irish Songs (Maw)
Down in yon forest there stands a hall  First line to Corpus Christi Carol (Maw)
Evening Hymn  No 3 of Three Hymns (Maw)
Five Epigrams (Maw)
Five Irish Songs (Maw)
For thee I shall not die  First line to I shall not die for thee, No 1 of Five Irish Songs (Maw)
Happy choristers of air  First line to Pastoral Hymn, No 2 of Three Hymns (Maw)
Here lies, now a prey to insulting neglect  First line to On a lady famed for her caprice, No 4 of Five Epigrams (Maw)
I shall not die for thee  No 1 of Five Irish Songs (Maw)
In seventeen hunder' and forty nine  First line to Andrew Turner, No 5 of Five Epigrams (Maw)
Jesu, swete sone dere!  First line to Our Lady's song (Maw)
Jig  No 5 of Five Irish Songs (Maw)
Morning Hymn  No 1 of Three Hymns (Maw)
Now Robin likes in his last lair  First line to On the death of Robert Ruisseaux, No 2 of Five Epigrams (Maw)
O my deir heart, young Jesus sweit  First line to Balulalow (Maw)
On a henpecked country squire  No 3 of Five Epigrams (Maw)
On a lady famed for her caprice  No 4 of Five Epigrams (Maw)
On a noisy polemic  No 1 of Five Epigrams (Maw)
On the death of Robert Ruisseaux  No 2 of Five Epigrams (Maw)
One foot in Eden still, I stand (Maw)
Our Lady's song (Maw)
Pastoral Hymn  No 2 of Three Hymns (Maw)
Popular song  No 3 of Five Irish Songs (Maw)
Put your head, darling  First line to Dear dark head, No 2 of Five Irish Songs (Maw)
Ringleted youth of my love  No 4 of Five Irish Songs (Maw)
Swete Jesu (Maw)
That winter love spoke and we raise no objection, at  First line to Jig, No 5 of Five Irish Songs (Maw)
The angel Gabriel (Maw)
The night is come like to the day  First line to Evening Hymn, No 3 of Three Hymns (Maw)
Three Hymns (Maw)
Were I at the Moss House where the birds do increase  First line to Popular song, No 3 of Five Irish Songs (Maw)
What's this morn's bright eye to me  First line to Morning Hymn, No 1 of Three Hymns (Maw)
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