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Henry Purcell (/ˈpɜːrsəl, pərˈsɛl/) (c. 10 September 1659 – 21 November 1695) was an English composer. He is generally considered to be one of the greatest English composers; no later native-born English composer approached his fame until Edward Elgar, Ralph Vaughan Williams, William Walton and Benjamin Britten in the 20th century.
Profile: English composer of the baroque period (born 1659 - died November 21, 1695).
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Henry Purcell (10th September 1659 – 21st November 1695), was an English composer of the Baroque period. He is generally considered to be one of England's greatest composers - indeed, he has often been called England's finest native composer. Purcell incorporated Italian and French stylistic elements, but devised a peculiarly English style of Baroque music.
List of works by Henry Purcell. Purcell scores at Sheet Music Plus. Miscellaneous information. Z" numbers for works are taken from: Franklin B. Zimmerman, Henry Purcell, 1659–1695. An Analytical Catalogue of His Music (London, 1963). Table of Contents: Top - - Chart. Compositions by: Purcell, Henry.
Album Dido and Aeneas. When I am laid in Earth Lyrics. Thy hand, Belinda, darkness shades me On thy bosom let me rest More I would, but Death invades me; Death is now a welcome guest When I am laid in earth, May my wrongs create No trouble in thy breast; Remember me, but ah! forget my fate. Written By Henry Purcell & Nahum Tate. Dido and Aeneas Henry Purcell.
Purcell was England's most important Baroque composer and was hailed as "Orpheus Brittanicus" for his brilliant vocal settings and profoundly expressive music.
Henry Purcell was a composer of the Baroque Period who was to become a leading influential figure in the development of English classical music. He was born into music since his father and uncle were employed by the Chapel Royal, and his brother was also a composer and organist. Henry Purcell was also to study at the Chapel Royal, under Matthew Locke and John Blow, where he was destined to become organist after a short period playing organ in Westminster Abbey. Not much is known about his life, but a significant number of his works survive
|2||Sound The Trumped (Come, Ye Sons Of Art)||2:49|
|3||Arise, Ye Subterranean Winds (The Tempest)||3:06|
|4||Music For A While (Oedipus)||4:11|
|5||Symphony (The Fairy Queen)||6:51|
|6||Fairest Isle (King Arthur)||2:20|
|7||What Power Art Thou? (Frost Scene) (King Arthur)||4:02|
|8||Trumpey Tune And Air||2:37|
|9||I Was Glad||9:51|
|10||Music For The Funeral Of Queen Mary||6:32|
|11||Sweeter Than Roses||3:29|
|12||Symphony... Hark! Hark! The Echoing Air (The Fairy Queen)||4:01|
|13||Chacony In G Minor||7:02|
|14||But Death, Alas!... When I Am Laid In Earth... With Drooping Wings (Dido And Aeneas)||9:09|
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