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Roberts, Timothy (conductor)
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Timothy Roberts (conductor)

see also Timothy Roberts (organ/regal)

see also Timothy Roberts (fortepiano)

see also Timothy Roberts (harpsichord/spinet/virginals)

Timothy Roberts is an early-keyboard specialist, working as an accompanist, director or soloist on harpsichord, organ, fortepiano or clavichord in many areas of music from the sixteenth to the nineteenth century. He is principal keyboard player of The Gabrieli Consort and Players, appearing on many of their award-winning discs. He has toured widely with His Majestys Sagbutts and Cornetts. In the field of Baroque and Classical song he has accompanied many outstanding singers including Emma Kirkby, Catherine Bott, Julia Gooding, Rufus Müller and John Mark Ainsley. Directing his own ensemble, Invocation, he has made a series of pioneering recordings of Georgian vocal music for Hyperion. His many recitals have ranged from Renaissance harpsichord works to sonatas by Mozart and by British composers.

Timothy was born in London, was a music scholar at Cambridge University and studied harpsichord at The Guildhall School of Music under the late Christopher Kite, and with Jill Severs. He has published numerous editions of early music, most recently with Oxford University Press.

'Gabrieli: Missa Pater peccavi & other works' (CDH55265)
Gabrieli: Missa Pater peccavi & other works
Buy by post £5.50 CDH55265  Helios (Hyperion's budget label)  
'Moore: Thomas Moore's Irish Melodies' (CDA66774)
Moore: Thomas Moore's Irish Melodies
with Invocation
Buy by post £13.99 (ARCHIVE SERVICE) CDA66774  Archive Service  
'The Romantic Music' (CDA66740)
The Romantic Music
with Invocation
Buy by post £10.50 CDA66740  Download currently discounted
Alphabetical listing of all musical works
Abigail Judge (Carolan/Bunting)
At the mid hour of night (Anon/Stevenson)
Ave Maria! maiden mild!  First line to Ellen's Song (Attwood)
Avenging and bright (Anon/Stevenson)
Balow, my babe, lye still and sleep  First line to Lady Anne Bothwell's Lament (Corfe)
Blest pair of sirens (Smith)
Captivity (Storace)
Carolan's Concerto (Carolan/Bunting)
Come o'er the sea (Anon/Stevenson)
Come, rest in this bosom (Anon/Stevenson)
Coronach (Attwood)
De profundis clamavi (Gabrieli)
Dear harp of my country 'The Farewell to My Harp' (Anon/Stevenson)
Down in the gleamy vale (Linley)
Duet in D minor on Scottish Airs (Meyer)
Ellen's Song (Attwood)
Erin! the smile and the tear in thine eyes (Anon/Stevenson)
Fill the bumper fair! (Anon/Stevenson)
Fly not yet (Anon/Stevenson)
Girls, have you seen George? (Anon/Bunting)
Hark! Hark, what I tell to thee  First line to The spirit's song, Hob XXVIa:41 (Haydn)
Hark! what I tell to thee  First line to The spirit's song, Hob XXVIa:41 (Haydn)
He is gone on the mountain  First line to Coronach (Attwood)
How dear to me the hour (Anon/Stevenson)
How sweet the answer Echo makes (Anon/Stevenson)
It was a winter's evening, and fast came down the snow  First line to The Distress'd Mother (Pinto)
Jessie (Knyvett)
John, heir of the glen (Anon/Bunting)
Joice's Tune (Anon/Bunting)
Lady Anne Bothwell's Lament (Corfe)
Lament for Owen O'Neill (Carolan/Bunting)
Love in secret (Anon/Bunting)
Love wakes and weeps (Webbe Jr.)
Missa Pater peccavi (Gabrieli)
My foes prevail, my friends are fled  First line to Captivity (Storace)
Nanny McDermotroe (Carolan/Bunting)
O sacrum convivium (Gabrieli)
O sing unto me roundelaie (Wesley)
Of unrecorded name  First line to The Death of the common soldier (Webbe Jr.)
Our bugles sung truce, for the night cloud had lower'd  First line to The Soldier's Dream (Attwood)
Ricercar a 4 del duodecimo tuono (Gabrieli)
Ricercar a 4 del primo tuono (Gabrieli)
Ricercar a 4 del sesto tuono (Gabrieli)
Ricercar per sonar a 8 (Gabrieli)
Rich and rare were the gems she wore (Anon/Stevenson)
She is far from the land (Anon/Stevenson)
Silent, oh Moyle! be the roar of thy water 'The Song of Fiionnulala' (Anon/Stevenson)
The Death of the common soldier (Webbe Jr.)
The Distress'd Mother (Pinto)
The harp that once, thro' Tara's halls (Anon/Stevenson)
The jointure (Anon/Bunting)
The Minstrel-Boy (Anon/Stevenson)
The pretty girl milking the cows (Anon/Bunting)
The Soldier's Dream (Attwood)
The spirit's song, Hob XXVIa:41 (Haydn)
The summer is coming (Anon/Bunting)
The twisting of the rope (Anon/Bunting)
The valley lay smiling before me 'The Song of O'Ruark, Prince of Breffni' (Anon/Stevenson)
The wanderer, Hob XXVIa:32 (Haydn)
'Tis believed that this harp 'The Origin of the Harp' (Anon/Stevenson)
'Tis the last rose of summer (Anon/Stevenson)
To wander alone when the moon, faintly beaming  First line to The wanderer, Hob XXVIa:32 (Haydn)
True-hearted was he, the sad swain o' the Yarrow  First line to Jessie (Knyvett)
What the bee is to the floweret (Anon/Stevenson)
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