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Stormy weather

Lucie Skeaping explores early music that evokes stormy weather and extreme climates, from tempests to heatwaves. Featuring works by Marin Marais, Matthew Locke, Jean Fery-Rebel and Christopher Tye.

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Music Played

  • Marin Marais

    Alcione: Tempeste

    Ensemble: Le Concert des Nations. Director: Jordi Savall.
    • ALIA VOX.
  • Antonio Vivaldi

    Concerto in E flat major RV.253, Op.8`5 (La Tempesta di mare)

    Director: Federico Agostini. Ensemble: I Musici.
    • Phillips.
  • Matthew Locke

    The Tempest: Arise, Arise Ye Subterranean Winds

    Singer: Judith Nelson. Ensemble: Academy of Ancient Music. Director: Christopher Hogwood.
    • L’Oiseau Lyre.
  • Christopher Tye

    Mass (Western wind): Credo

    Ensemble: Tallis Scholars. Director: Peter Philips.
    • GIMELL.
  • Anon.

    Heigh ho, the wind and the rain

    Singer: Alfred Deller.
    • VANGUARD.
  • Henry Purcell

    King Arthur, or The British worthy Z.628: What pow'r art thou

    Singer: Andreas Scholl. Ensemble: Accademia Bizantina. Director: Stefano Montanari.
    • Decca.
  • Georg Philipp Telemann

    Wie ist dein Name so gross! - cantata (Donnerode)

    Choir: Rheinische Kantorei. Conductor: Hermann Max.
    • CAPRICCIO.
  • Jean‐Féry Rebel

    Les Elemens: Le Chaos

    Ensemble: Musica Antiqua Köln. Director: Reinhard Goebel.
    • ARCHIV.
  • Antonio Vivaldi

    Concerto in G minor RV.315, Op.8`2 (L'Estate): Allegro non molto

    Performer: Nicola Benedetti. Orchestra: Scottish Chamber Orchestra. Conductor: Christian Curnyn.
    • Decca.
  • António Teixeira

    Te Deum

    Singer: Peter Harvey. Singer: Michael George. Choir: The Sixteen. Ensemble: Symphony of Harmony and Invention. Conductor: Harry Christophers.
    • CORO.

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