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Albums

Danyel: Songs
CDA66714
Dowland: Awake, sweet love
CDH55241Helios (Hyperion's budget label)
Essential Purcell
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Hark! hark! the lark
CDA66836Archive Service
Locke: The Broken Consort
CDH55255Helios (Hyperion's budget label)
Purcell: Secular solo songs, Vol. 1
CDA66710Archive Service; also available on CDS44161/3
Purcell: Secular solo songs, Vol. 2
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Purcell: Secular solo songs, Vol. 3
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Purcell: The complete secular solo songs
CDS44161/33CDs Boxed set (at a special price)
Telemann: Recorder Concertos
CDH55091Helios (Hyperion's budget label) — Archive Service
The James Bowman Collection
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The Noble Bass Viol
CDA67088Archive Service
The King's Consort Baroque Collection
KING4Super-budget price sampler — Deleted

Complete works available for download

ANONYMOUS - RENAISSANCE
Come tread the pathswith James Bowman (countertenor), The King's Consort
LORENZO BOCCHI (fl1725-1725)
Sonata in D minor, Op 1 No 11with Susanne Heinrich (viol), Elizabeth Kenny (lute)
THOMAS CAMPION (1567-1620)
Author of Lightwith James Bowman (countertenor), David Miller (lute), The King's Consort
Oft have I sigh'dwith James Bowman (countertenor), David Miller (lute), The King's Consort
FRANCESCO CONTI (1681-1732)
Ungrateful cruel maid from Clotilda
ARCANGELO CORELLI (1653-1713)
Violin Sonata in G major, Op 5 No 6with Susanna Pell (viol), Elizabeth Kenny (lute), Peter Holman (chamber organ)
JOHN DANYEL (1564-1626)
Coy Daphne fledwith Libby Crabtree (soprano), Nigel Short (countertenor), David Miller (lute)
Eyes, look no morewith James Bowman (countertenor), David Miller (lute), The King's Consort
Eyes, look no morewith Nigel Short (countertenor), David Miller (lute)
He whose desires are still abroadwith Nigel Short (countertenor), David Miller (lute)
If I could shut the gatewith Nigel Short (countertenor), David Miller (lute)
Mrs M E her funeral tears for the death of her husbandwith Nigel Short (countertenor), David Miller (lute)
Now the earth, the skies, the airwith Libby Crabtree (soprano), Nigel Short (countertenor), Charles Daniels (tenor), Adrian Peacock (bass), David Miller (lute), Jacob Heringman (lute)
Thou pretty bird, how do I seewith James Bowman (countertenor), David Miller (lute), The King's Consort
Time, cruel Timewith Libby Crabtree (soprano), David Miller (lute)
Why canst thou not?with Libby Crabtree (soprano), David Miller (lute)
JOHN DOWLAND (1563-1626)
Can she excuse my wrongs?with James Bowman (countertenor), David Miller (lute), The King's Consort
Flow, my tears, fall from your springswith James Bowman (countertenor), David Miller (lute), The King's Consort
Go nightly careswith James Bowman (countertenor), David Miller (lute), The King's Consort
Sorrow, stay, lend true repentant tearswith James Bowman (countertenor), David Miller (lute), The King's Consort
Tell me, true lovewith James Bowman (countertenor), David Miller (lute), The King's Consort
GIOVANNI BATTISTA DRAGHI (c1640-1708)
The Italian Groundwith Elizabeth Kenny (theorbo)
GOTTFRIED FINGER (c1660-1730)
Pastorale in A majorwith Susanna Pell (viol), Susanne Heinrich (viol), Elizabeth Kenny (theorbo), Peter Holman (chamber organ)
Sonata No 2 in D majorwith Elizabeth Kenny (theorbo), Peter Holman (chamber organ)
Suite in D majorwith Susanna Pell (viol), Elizabeth Kenny (theorbo), Peter Holman (chamber organ)
WILLIAM GORTON (d1711)
Suite in F majorwith Susanna Pell (viol)
GEORGE FRIDERIC HANDEL (1685-1759)
Sonata in G minor 'No 8', HWV393with Susanna Pell (viol), Susanne Heinrich (viol), Elizabeth Kenny (lute), Peter Holman (harpsichord)
Violin Sonata in G minor, HWV364bwith Susanne Heinrich (viol), Elizabeth Kenny (lute), Peter Holman (harpsichord)
BENJAMIN HELY (dbefore 1699)
Sonata No 1 in G minorwith Susanna Pell (viol), Susanne Heinrich (viol), Elizabeth Kenny (theorbo), Peter Holman (chamber organ)
JOHN HILTON (1599-1657)
Hence, all ye vain delightswith Joseph Cornwell (tenor), Stephen Stubbs (English theorbo)
WILLIAM HUNNIS (d1597)
In terrors trapp'dwith James Bowman (countertenor), The King's Consort
EDWARD JOHNSON (fl1572-1601)
Eliza is the fairest queenwith James Bowman (countertenor), The King's Consort
MATTHEW LOCKE (c1621/3-1677)
Duo for two bass viols No 1 in D minorwith The Parley of Instruments, Peter Holman (conductor)
Duo for two bass viols No 2 in D majorwith The Parley of Instruments, Peter Holman (conductor)
Duo for two bass viols No 3 in C minorwith The Parley of Instruments, Peter Holman (conductor)
Duo for two bass viols No 4 in C majorwith The Parley of Instruments, Peter Holman (conductor)
HENRY PURCELL (1659-1695)
A thousand sev'ral ways I tried, Z359with Rogers Covey-Crump (tenor), The King's Consort
Ah! cruel nymph!, Z352with Rogers Covey-Crump (tenor), The King's Consort
Ah, how pleasant 'tis to love, Z353with Barbara Bonney (soprano), The King's Consort
Amidst the shades and cool refreshing streams, Z355with Barbara Bonney (soprano), The King's Consort
Amintor, heedless of his flocks, Z357with Charles Daniels (tenor), The King's Consort
Ask me to love no more, Z358with James Bowman (countertenor), The King's Consort
Bacchus is a pow'r divine, Z360with Michael George (bass), The King's Consort
Beneath a dark and melancholy grove, Z461with Susan Gritton (soprano), Michael George (bass), The King's Consort
Beware, poor shepherds 'The Caution', Z361with Charles Daniels (tenor), The King's Consort
Cease, anxious world, your fruitless pain, Z362with Susan Gritton (soprano), The King's Consort
Celia's fond, too long I've lov'd her, Z364with James Bowman (countertenor), The King's Consort
Chaconne 'two in one upon a ground' from Dioclesianwith Susanna Pell (viol), Susanne Heinrich (viol), Elizabeth Kenny (theorbo), Peter Holman (chamber organ)
Corinna is divinely fair, Z365with Barbara Bonney (soprano), The King's Consort
Draw near, you lovers, Z462with Barbara Bonney (soprano), Michael George (bass), The King's Consort
Farewell, all joys, Z368with James Bowman (countertenor), The King's Consort
Farewell, ye rocks, ye seas and sands, Z463with Charles Daniels (tenor), Michael George (bass), The King's Consort
Fly swift, ye hours, Z369with Charles Daniels (tenor), The King's Consort
Gentle shepherds, you that know 'Pastoral Elegy on the Death of Mr John Playford', Z464with Susan Gritton (soprano), Michael George (bass), The King's Consort
He himself courts his own ruin, Z372with James Bowman (countertenor), The King's Consort
Hears not my Phillis how the birds 'The Knotting Song', Z371with Susan Gritton (soprano), The King's Consort
High on a throne of glitt'ring ore, Z465with Barbara Bonney (soprano), Michael George (bass), The King's Consort
How delightful's the life of an innocent swain, Z373with Susan Gritton (soprano), Michael George (bass), The King's Consort
How I sigh when I think of the charms of my swain, Z374with Susan Gritton (soprano), The King's Consort
I came, I saw, and was undone 'The Thraldom', Z375with Barbara Bonney (soprano), The King's Consort
I love and I must 'Bell Barr', Z382with Barbara Bonney (soprano), The King's Consort
I loved fair Celia, Z381with Rogers Covey-Crump (tenor), The King's Consort
I resolve against cringing and whining, Z386with Charles Daniels (tenor), The King's Consort
I take no pleasure in the sun's bright beams, Z388with Barbara Bonney (soprano), The King's Consort
If grief has any pow'r to kill, Z378with Rogers Covey-Crump (tenor), The King's Consort
If music be the food of love, Z379awith Rogers Covey-Crump (tenor), The King's Consort
If music be the food of love, Z379bwith Rogers Covey-Crump (tenor), The King's Consort
If music be the food of love, Z379cwith Barbara Bonney (soprano), The King's Consort
In Cloris all soft charms agree, Z384with Rogers Covey-Crump (tenor), The King's Consort
In vain we dissemble, Z385with Barbara Bonney (soprano), The King's Consort
Incassum Lesbia, incassum rogas 'The Queen's Epicedium', Z383with Susan Gritton (soprano), The King's Consort
Let each gallant heart, Z390with James Bowman (countertenor), The King's Consort
Let formal lovers still pursue, Z391with James Bowman (countertenor), The King's Consort
Let us, kind Lesbia, give away, Z466with Barbara Bonney (soprano), Michael George (bass), The King's Consort
Love arms himself in Celia's eyes, Z392with Barbara Bonney (soprano), The King's Consort
Love is now become a trade, Z393with Charles Daniels (tenor), The King's Consort
Love, thou can'st hear, tho' thou art blind, Z396with Charles Daniels (tenor), The King's Consort
Lovely Albina's come ashore, Z394with Barbara Bonney (soprano), The King's Consort
Love's pow'r in my heart shall find no compliance, Z395with Rogers Covey-Crump (tenor), The King's Consort
Musing on cares of human fate, Z467with Barbara Bonney (soprano), Michael George (bass), The King's Consort
My heart, whenever you appear, Z399with Rogers Covey-Crump (tenor), The King's Consort
No, to what purpose should I speak?, Z468with Susan Gritton (soprano), Michael George (bass), The King's Consort
Not all my torments can your pity move, Z400with Susan Gritton (soprano), The King's Consort
O solitude, my sweetest choice!, Z406with Susan Gritton (soprano), The King's Consort
Oh, fair Cedaria, hide those eyes, Z402with Barbara Bonney (soprano), The King's Consort
Olinda in the shades unseen, Z404with Barbara Bonney (soprano), The King's Consort
On the brow of Richmond Hill, Z405with James Bowman (countertenor), The King's Consort
Pastora's beauties when unblown, Z407with Barbara Bonney (soprano), The King's Consort
Phillis, I can ne'er forgive it, Z408with Charles Daniels (tenor), The King's Consort
Phillis, talk no more of passion, Z409with Rogers Covey-Crump (tenor), The King's Consort
Pious Celinda goes to prayers, Z410with Rogers Covey-Crump (tenor), The King's Consort
Rashly I swore I would disown, Z411with Charles Daniels (tenor), The King's Consort
Scarce had the rising sun appear'd, Z469with Barbara Bonney (soprano), Michael George (bass), The King's Consort
See how the fading glories of the year, Z470with Barbara Bonney (soprano), Michael George (bass), The King's Consort
She that would gain a faithful lover, Z414with Barbara Bonney (soprano), The King's Consort
She, who my poor heart possesses, Z415with James Bowman (countertenor), The King's Consort
Since one poor view has drawn my heart, Z416with Barbara Bonney (soprano), The King's Consort
Since the pox, or the plague, Z471with Charles Daniels (tenor), Michael George (bass), The King's Consort
Spite of the godhead, pow'rful love, Z417with Rogers Covey-Crump (tenor), The King's Consort
Sylvia, now your scorn give over, Z420with James Bowman (countertenor), The King's Consort
Sylvia, 'tis true you're fair, Z512with Charles Daniels (tenor), Michael George (bass), The King's Consort
They say you're angry, Z422with Charles Daniels (tenor), The King's Consort
This poet sings the Trojan wars 'Anacreon's Defeat', Z423with Michael George (bass), The King's Consort
Through mournful shades and solitary groves, Z424with Barbara Bonney (soprano), The King's Consort
Urge me no more, Z426with Susan Gritton (soprano), The King's Consort
What a sad fate is mine, Z428awith Susan Gritton (soprano), The King's Consort
What hope for us remains now he is gone?, Z472with Susan Gritton (soprano), Michael George (bass), The King's Consort
When first my shepherdess and I, Z431with Charles Daniels (tenor), The King's Consort
When her languishing eyes said 'Love!', Z432with Charles Daniels (tenor), The King's Consort
When Strephon found his passion vain, Z435with Barbara Bonney (soprano), Michael George (bass), The King's Consort
While Thirsis, wrapp'd in downy sleep, Z437with James Bowman (countertenor), The King's Consort
Whilst Cynthia sung, all angry winds lay still, Z438with Rogers Covey-Crump (tenor), The King's Consort
Who but a slave can well express, Z440with Susan Gritton (soprano), The King's Consort
Who can behold Florella's charms?, Z441with Charles Daniels (tenor), The King's Consort
Ye happy swains, whose nymphs are kind, Z443with Barbara Bonney (soprano), The King's Consort
Young Thirsis' fate, Z473with Susan Gritton (soprano), Michael George (bass), The King's Consort
GEORG PHILIPP TELEMANN (1681-1767)
Sinfonia in F majorwith Peter Holtslag (recorder), The Parley of Instruments, Roy Goodman (conductor)

Alphabetical listing of all musical works

A thousand sev'ral ways I tried, Z359 (Purcell)
Ah! cruel nymph!, Z352 (Purcell)
Ah, how pleasant 'tis to love, Z353 (Purcell)
Amidst the shades and cool refreshing streams, Z355 (Purcell)
Amintor, heedless of his flocks, Z357 (Purcell)
Ask me to love no more, Z358 (Purcell)
Author of Light (Campion)
Bacchus is a pow'r divine, Z360 (Purcell)
Beneath a dark and melancholy grove, Z461 (Purcell)
Beware, poor shepherds 'The Caution', Z361 (Purcell)
Can she excuse my wrongs? (Dowland)
Cease, anxious world, your fruitless pain, Z362 (Purcell)
Celia's fond, too long I've lov'd her, Z364 (Purcell)
Chaconne 'two in one upon a ground' from Dioclesian (Purcell/Withy)
Come tread the paths (Anon)
Corinna is divinely fair, Z365 (Purcell)
Coy Daphne fled (Danyel)
Draw near, you lovers, Z462 (Purcell)
Drop not, mine eyes  
Duo for two bass viols No 1 in D minor (Locke)
Duo for two bass viols No 2 in D major (Locke)
Duo for two bass viols No 3 in C minor (Locke)
Duo for two bass viols No 4 in C major (Locke)
Eliza is the fairest queen (Johnson)
Eyes, look no more (Danyel)
Farewell, all joys, Z368 (Purcell)
Farewell, ye rocks, ye seas and sands, Z463 (Purcell)
Flow, my tears, fall from your springs (Dowland)
Fly swift, ye hours, Z369 (Purcell)
Gentle shepherds, you that know 'Pastoral Elegy on the Death of Mr John Playford', Z464 (Purcell)
Go nightly cares (Dowland)
Grief keep within  
Have all our passions?  
He himself courts his own ruin, Z372 (Purcell)
He whose desires are still abroad (Danyel)
Hears not my Phillis how the birds 'The Knotting Song', Z371 (Purcell)
Hence, all ye vain delights (Hilton)
High on a throne of glitt'ring ore, Z465 (Purcell)
How delightful's the life of an innocent swain, Z373 (Purcell)
How I sigh when I think of the charms of my swain, Z374 (Purcell)
I came, I saw, and was undone 'The Thraldom', Z375 (Purcell)
I love and I must 'Bell Barr', Z382 (Purcell)
I loved fair Celia, Z381 (Purcell)
I resolve against cringing and whining, Z386 (Purcell)
I take no pleasure in the sun's bright beams, Z388 (Purcell)
If grief has any pow'r to kill, Z378 (Purcell)
If I could shut the gate (Danyel)
If music be the food of love, Z379a (Purcell)
If music be the food of love, Z379b (Purcell)
If music be the food of love, Z379c (Purcell)
In Cloris all soft charms agree, Z384 (Purcell)
In terrors trapp'd (Hunnis)
In vain we dissemble, Z385 (Purcell)
Incassum Lesbia, incassum rogas 'The Queen's Epicedium', Z383 (Purcell)
Let each gallant heart, Z390 (Purcell)
Let formal lovers still pursue, Z391 (Purcell)
Let us, kind Lesbia, give away, Z466 (Purcell)
Love arms himself in Celia's eyes, Z392 (Purcell)
Love is now become a trade, Z393 (Purcell)
Love, thou can'st hear, tho' thou art blind, Z396 (Purcell)
Lovely Albina's come ashore, Z394 (Purcell)
Love's pow'r in my heart shall find no compliance, Z395 (Purcell)
Mrs M E her funeral tears for the death of her husband (Danyel)
Musing on cares of human fate, Z467 (Purcell)
My heart, whenever you appear, Z399 (Purcell)
No, to what purpose should I speak?, Z468 (Purcell)
Not all my torments can your pity move, Z400 (Purcell)
Now the earth, the skies, the air (Danyel)
O solitude, my sweetest choice!, Z406 (Purcell)
Oft have I sigh'd (Campion)
Oh, fair Cedaria, hide those eyes, Z402 (Purcell)
Olinda in the shades unseen, Z404 (Purcell)
On the brow of Richmond Hill, Z405 (Purcell)
Pastorale in A major (Finger)
Pastora's beauties when unblown, Z407 (Purcell)
Phillis, I can ne'er forgive it, Z408 (Purcell)
Phillis, talk no more of passion, Z409 (Purcell)
Pious Celinda goes to prayers, Z410 (Purcell)
Rashly I swore I would disown, Z411 (Purcell)
Scarce had the rising sun appear'd, Z469 (Purcell)
See how the fading glories of the year, Z470 (Purcell)
She that would gain a faithful lover, Z414 (Purcell)
She, who my poor heart possesses, Z415 (Purcell)
Since one poor view has drawn my heart, Z416 (Purcell)
Since the pox, or the plague, Z471 (Purcell)
Sinfonia in F major (Telemann)
Sonata in D minor, Op 1 No 11 (Bocchi)
Sonata in G minor 'No 8', HWV393 (Handel)
Sonata No 1 in G minor (Hely)
Sonata No 2 in D major (Finger)
Sorrow, stay, lend true repentant tears (Dowland)
Spite of the godhead, pow'rful love, Z417 (Purcell)
Suite in D major (Finger)
Suite in F major (Gorton)
Sylvia, now your scorn give over, Z420 (Purcell)
Sylvia, 'tis true you're fair, Z512 (Purcell)
Tell me, true love (Dowland)
The Italian Ground (Draghi)
They say you're angry, Z422 (Purcell)
This poet sings the Trojan wars 'Anacreon's Defeat', Z423 (Purcell)
Thou pretty bird, how do I see (Danyel)
Through mournful shades and solitary groves, Z424 (Purcell)
Time, cruel Time (Danyel)
Ungrateful cruel maid from Clotilda (Conti/Anon)
Urge me no more, Z426 (Purcell)
Violin Sonata in G major, Op 5 No 6 (Corelli/Anon)
Violin Sonata in G minor, HWV364b (Handel)
What a sad fate is mine, Z428a (Purcell)
What hope for us remains now he is gone?, Z472 (Purcell)
When first my shepherdess and I, Z431 (Purcell)
When her languishing eyes said 'Love!', Z432 (Purcell)
When Strephon found his passion vain, Z435 (Purcell)
While Thirsis, wrapp'd in downy sleep, Z437 (Purcell)
Whilst Cynthia sung, all angry winds lay still, Z438 (Purcell)
Who but a slave can well express, Z440 (Purcell)
Who can behold Florella's charms?, Z441 (Purcell)
Why canst thou not? (Danyel)
Ye happy swains, whose nymphs are kind, Z443 (Purcell)
Young Thirsis' fate, Z473 (Purcell)
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