November 20, 2000: Purcell

This third hour of this program commemorates the composer Henry Purcell, who died 21 November 1695.

Fanfare I (CD: Praise the Lord) (Gerre Hancock, organ) Maurice Duruflé: Suite, op. 5 (CD: Maurice Duruflé: (Olivier Latry, organ) Intégrale de l'Oeuvre pour Orgue) Benjamin Britten: Variations on a theme of Frank (CD: Britten: Young Bridge, op. 10 Person's Guide to (English Chamber Orchestra; the Orchestra, etc.) Benjamin Britten) J. S. Bach: Notenbüchlein fü Anna Magdalena Bach (CD: E. Power Biggs: Marche in D-Dur, Anh. 122 The Biggs Bach Book) Polonaise in g-moll, Anh. 119 Menuett in G-Dur, Anh. 114 (E. Power Biggs, organ)
William Mathias: Let the people praise Thee, O god (CD: The Music of St (Choir of St. Paul's Cathedral; Paul's Cathedral) John Scott Barry Rose) Herbert Howells: A Hymn for St. Cecilia (CD: Hymns of (Saint Clement's Choir, Heaven and Earth) Philadelphia; Peter Richard Conte) Saint Clement's carol (arr. Vaughan Williams) (CD: Hymns of (Saint Clement's Choir, Heaven and Earth) Philadelphia; Peter Richard Conte) Richard Struan: In our day of thanksgiving (CD: Hymns of (Saint Clement's Choir, Heaven and Earth) Philadelphia; Peter Richard Conte) Amy Beach: I will give thanks (CD: Amy Beach: (Susan Bender, soprano; Capitol Hill Canticle of the Sun) Choral Society; Betty Buchanan) Richard Wayne Dirksen: Rejoice, ye pure in heart (LP: Rejoice! Give (Choir of Trinity Church, thanks and sing) Princeton; James Litton) Benjamin Britten: Ceremony of Carols (CD: Britten: Choral Deo gracias Music from King's (Choir of King's College, College) Cambridge; Philip Ledger) Another Division on a Ground by Mr. John Banister (CD: Apollo's Banquet) (David Douglass, violin; Paul O'Dette, theorbo; Andrew Lawrence-King, harps) J. S. Bach: Mass in B minor (CD: Bach: Mass Laudamus te in B minor) Gratias agimus tibi (Emily van Evera, soprano; Taverner Consort and Players; Andrew Parrott) Francis Grier: Thou, O God, art praised in Sion (CD: Francis Grier: (Rodolfus Choir; Ralph Allwood) Twelve Anthems)
Henry Purcell: The Fairy Queen (CD: Purcell: Now the Night is chac'd away The Fairy Queen) Let the fifes and the clarions Entry of Phoebus (Judith Nelson, soprano; Timothy Penrose, Ashley Stafford, countertenors; Monteverdi Choir; English Baroque Soloists; John Eliot Gardiner) Henry Purcell: Dido & Aeneas (CD: Purcell: When I am laid in earth Dido & Aeneas) With drooping wings (Jennifer Lane, mezzo-soprano; Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra; Jeanne Lamon) Jennifer Lane: Purcell as leading composer (interview, 24 April 1998) John Blow: Mark how the lark and linnet sing (CD: Odes on the death (Rogers Covey-Crump, Charles Daniels, of Henry Purcell) tenors; The Parley of Instruments Baroque Orchestra and Choir; Roy Goodman) Henry Purcell: Love's goddess sure was blind (CD: Purcell: Complete Many such days Odes and Welcome (James Bowman, countertenor; Andrew Songs, Vol. 6) Tusa, high tenor; The King's Consort; Robert King) Henry Purcell: Funeral music for Queen Mary (CD: Purcell: (Baroque Brass of London) Sacred Music) Henry Purcell: Jubilate Deo in D major (CD: Purcell: (Choir of Clare College, Sacred Music) Cambridge; Timothy Brown) Meredith Wilson: 76 Trombones (CD: The London Trombone Sound)
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