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Henry Purcell: Royal Welcome Songs from King Charles II, Vol. 4 - Ben Davies (bass); Daniel Collins (alto); George Pooley (tenor); Hugo Hymas (tenor); Katy Hill (soprano);...
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  1. God save our soverign Charles, catch for 3 voices, Z. 250
  2. Swifter, Isis, swifter flow (Welcome Song for Charles II), for soloists, chorus & instruments, Z. 336
  3. In nomine for 6 viols in G minor, Z. 746
  4. Missa "Gloria Tibi Trinitas" for six voices: Benedictus
  5. In nomine for 7 viols in G minor (Dorian), Z. 747
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  1. God save our soverign Charles, catch for 3 voices, Z. 250
  2. Swifter, Isis, swifter flow (Welcome Song for Charles II), for soloists, chorus & instruments, Z. 336
  3. In nomine for 6 viols in G minor, Z. 746
  4. Missa "Gloria Tibi Trinitas" for six voices: Benedictus
  5. In nomine for 7 viols in G minor (Dorian), Z. 747
  6. Theodosius, or, the Force of Love, incidental music, Z.606: Prepare, Prepare, the Rites Begin
  7. Theodosius, or, the Force of Love, incidental music, Z.606: Canst Thou, Marina
  8. Theodosius, or, the Force of Love, incidental music, Z.606: The Gate to Bliss
  9. Theodosius, or, the Force of Love, incidental music, Z.606: Hark! Behold the Heav'nly Choir!
  10. Theodosius, or, the Force of Love, incidental music, Z.606: Now, Now the Fight's Done
  11. Theodosius, or, the Force of Love, incidental music, Z.606: Sad as Death at Dead of Night
  12. Theodosius, or, the Force of Love, incidental music, Z.606: Dream No More of Pleasures Past!
  13. Theodosius, or, the Force of Love, incidental music, Z.606: Hail to the Myrtle Shade
  14. Theodosius, or, the Force of Love, incidental music, Z.606: Ah! Cruel, Bloody Fate
  15. The Lord is my light, anthem for alto, tenor, bass, chorus, strings & organ, Z. 55
  16. The Summer's absence unconcerned we bear (Welcome Song for Charles II) for soloists, chorus & instruments, Z. 337
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The Royal Welcome Songs of Henry Purcell, written for several monarchs, are among the composer's least-performed works. The texts tend to be unimpressive, and the theme of serenading the King as he moved around is clunkily executed. Yet the pieces are full of good dance-like tunes from the young Purcell, and The Sixteen, with conductor Harry Christophers stocking his group with fine young singers who take the solos, is to be commended for taking up these works in a series of albums that here reaches its fourth volume. ...

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Henry Purcell: Royal Welcome Songs from King Charles II, Vol. 4 2021, Coro

UPC: 828021618727

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