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Bless'd Isle: Richard Egarr directs the Academy of Ancient Music

Richard Egarr directs the Academy of Ancient Music and soprano Carolyn Sampson in music by English masters including Dowland, Purcell, Handel and Arne.

Live from Milton Court Concert Hall
Presented by Ian Skelly

Richard Egarr directs the Academy of Ancient Music and soprano Carolyn Sampson in music by English masters including Dowland, Purcell, Handel and Arne

Dowland: Lachrimae Pavan; In darkness let me dwell
Lawes: Fantasy in 6 parts in C major
Blow: Lovely Selina; Philander, do not think of arms; Clarona, lay aside your lute; Boasting fops
Purcell: Chacony in G minor, Z.730
When first Amintas
Man is for the woman made
From silent shades

INTERVAL

Purcell: Suite of Instrumental Music from The Fairy Queen, Z.629
Handel: Semele: 'O sleep, why dost thou leave me?; 'No, no, I'll take no less'
Handel: Concerto for Organ, No. 13 in F major ' The Cuckoo and the Nightingale', HWV 295
Arne: 'Young I am' from Love in a Village; When daisies pied; Rule Britannia

Academy of Ancient Music
Carolyn Sampson, soprano
Richard Egarr director, organ & harpsichord.

2 hours, 28 minutes

Last on

Thu 2 Nov 2017 19:30

Music Played

  • John Dowland

    Lachrimae Pavan

    Ensemble: Academy of Ancient Music. Conductor: Richard Egarr.
  • John Dowland

    In Darkness Let Me Dwell

    Conductor: Richard Egarr. Orchestra: Academy of Ancient Music.
  • William Lawes

    Fantasy in 6 parts in C Major

    Orchestra: Academy of Ancient Music. Conductor: Richard Egarr.
  • John Blow

    Lovely Selina

    Performer: Carolyn Sampson. Orchestra: Academy of Ancient Music.
  • John Blow

    Philander, Do Not Think of Arms

    Performer: Carolyn Sampson. Orchestra: Academy of Ancient Music.
  • John Blow

    Clarona, Lay Aside Your Lute

    Performer: Carolyn Sampson. Orchestra: Academy of Ancient Music.
  • Henry Purcell

    When First Amintas

    Performer: Carolyn Sampson. Orchestra: Academy of Ancient Music.
  • Henry Purcell

    Chacony in G Minor, Z.730

    Conductor: Richard Egarr. Orchestra: Academy of Ancient Music.
  • Henry Purcell

    When First Amintas

    Performer: Carolyn Sampson. Orchestra: Academy of Ancient Music.
  • Henry Purcell

    From Silent Shades

    Performer: Carolyn Sampson. Orchestra: Academy of Ancient Music.
  • Henry Purcell

    Man is For the Woman Made

    Performer: Carolyn Sampson. Orchestra: Academy of Ancient Music.
  • Benjamin Britten

    The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra, Op.34 (Variations and fugue on a theme of Purcell)

    Orchestra: City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Sir Simon Rattle.
    • EMI.
  • Henry Purcell

    Instrumental Suite from The Fairy Queen

    Orchestra: Academy of Ancient Music. Conductor: Richard Egarr.
  • George Frideric Handel

    O Sleep, Why Dost Thou Leave Me?

    Ensemble: Academy of Ancient Music. Conductor: Richard Egarr.
  • George Frideric Handel

    No, No, I'll Take No Less

    Performer: Carolyn Sampson. Orchestra: Academy of Ancient Music.
  • George Frideric Handel

    Concerto for Organ, No. 13 in F major

    Orchestra: Academy of Ancient Music. Conductor: Richard Egarr.
  • Thomas Arne

    Young I Am

    Performer: Carolyn Sampson. Orchestra: Academy of Ancient Music.
  • Thomas Arne

    When Daisies Pied

    Performer: Carolyn Sampson. Orchestra: Academy of Ancient Music.
  • Thomas Arne

    Rule Britannia

    Performer: Carolyn Sampson. Orchestra: Academy of Ancient Music.
  • Gavriil Popov

    Grosse klaviersuite Op 6 (1934-5)

    Performer: Yury Favorin.
    • Yury Favorin: Piano.
    • MELODIYA.
    • 5-8.
  • Dmitry Shostakovich

    3 Fantastic Dances

    Performer: Dmitry Shostakovich.
    • EMI.

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