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As fine a series of recordings as has been made in the digital era, Peter Holman's The English Orpheus with his Parley of Instruments is a brilliant, moving, and revelatory series of recordings illuminating the greatness of English music between 1600 and 1800.
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|The English Orpheus (A Series Of English Discoveries, 1600-1800)|
|1||Curtain Tune, In C Major
Composed By – Matthew LockeDirected By – Peter HolmanEnsemble – The Parley Of Instruments Renaissance Violin Band*
|2||Symphony, Verse And Chorus, From 'The Jubilate' In D Major
Alto Vocals – Christopher RoyallBass Vocals – Timothy Jones Choir – Choir Of St. Paul's Cathedral*Composed By – William CroftDirected By – John ScottEnsemble – The Parley Of InstrumentsTenor Vocals – Andrew Burden
|3||The Satyrs' Dance, From Oberon
Composed By – Robert Johnson Directed By – Peter HolmanEnsemble – The Parley Of Instruments
Composed By – John BlowSpinet – Timothy Roberts
|5||'Tis Only No Harm To Know It, You Know
Composed By – William ShieldFortepiano – Timothy RobertsSoprano Vocals – Emma Kirkby
|6||Affettuoso, From Concerto No. 6 In B Flat Major
Bassoon – Sally Jackson Composed By – Capel BondDirected By – Roy GoodmanEnsemble – The Parley Of Instruments Baroque Orchestra*
|7||So Spake The God ... There In Old Arden's Inmost Shade
Composed By – Thomas Linley (The Younger)Directed By – Paul NicholsonEnsemble – The Parley Of Instruments Baroque Orchestra*Soprano Vocals – Julia Gooding
|8||Andante, From Concerto In D Major, Op. 1, No. 6
Composed By – James HookEnsemble – The Parley Of Instruments Baroque Orchestra*Fortepiano – Paul Nicholson
|9||Where The Bee Sucks, Op.11, No. 6
Bass Vocals – Christopher PurvesComposed By – Thomas Arne, William Jackson Directed By – Timothy RobertsHarp [Welsh Harp] – Frances KellySoprano Vocals [Invocation] – Ana-María Rincón, Julia GoodingTenor Vocals – Rufus Müller
|10||Tell Me, Lovely Shepherd
Composed By – William BoyceDirected By – Roy GoodmanEnsemble – The Parley Of Instruments Baroque Orchestra*Soprano Vocals – Bronwen Mills
|11||Giga, From Concerto No. 4 In B Flat Major
Composed By – Thomas ArneEnsemble – The Parley Of Instruments Baroque Orchestra*Organ [Chamber Organ] – Paul Nicholson
|12||So, There She Lies Upon The Floor ... If I Was A Wife, From 'The Ephesian Matron' Opera Restor'd
Composed By – Charles DibdinDirected By – Peter HolmanSoprano Vocals [The Maid] – Jane StreetonSoprano Vocals [The Matron] – Bronwen Mills
|13||Cibell, In C Major
Composed By – Henry PurcellEnsemble – The Parley Of InstrumentsTrumpet – Crispian Steele-Perkins
|14||Tu Es Petrus
Choir – Choir Of Winchester Cathedral*Composed By – Peter PhilipsDirected By – David HillEnsemble – The Parley Of Instruments
|15||Aria Del Gran Duca
Composed By [Attrib.] – Peter PhilipsHarpsichord – Paul Nicholson
|16||Fantasia À 4 'For The Great Double Bass' No. 1
Composed By – Orlando GibbonsDirected By – Peter HolmanEnsemble – The Parley Of Instruments
|17||Fantasia, From Fantasia Suite, No. 2 In A Minor
Composed By – John Jenkins Directed By – Peter HolmanEnsemble – The Parley Of Instruments
|18||Salvator Mundi Salva Nos
Composed By – John BlowEnsemble – Red ByrdOrgan [Chamber Organ] – Peter HolmanTheorbo – Fred Jacobs
|19||Solo In E Major
Composed By – Thomas ArneEnsemble – The Locatelli Trio
|20||Allegro, From Concerto No. 2 In B Minor
Cello – Mark CaudleComposed By – John Stanley Directed By – Roy GoodmanEnsemble – The Parley Of Instruments
|21||Jesu Auctor Clementie
Bass Vocals – Henry WickhamComposed By – Matthew LockeDirected By – Edward HigginbottomEnsemble – The Parley Of InstrumentsTenor Vocals – Philip CaveTreble Vocals – Oliver Johnston
|22||Voluntary In G Minor
Composed By – Thomas RoseingraveOrgan [Chamber Organ] – Paul Nicholson
|23||Pavan And Galliard
Composed By – Augustine BassanoDirected By – Peter HolmanEnsemble – The Parley Of Instruments
|24||O Jonathan, Woe Is Me
Choir – Winchester Cathedral ChoirComposed By – Thomas WeelkesDirected By – David Hill
|25||And See, Apollo Has Unstrung His Lyre ... Mr. Purcell's Farewell', From 'Come Along For A Dance And A Song'
Composed By – Jeremiah ClarkeDirected By – Roy GoodmanEnsemble – The Parley Of Instruments Baroque Orchestra*Soprano Vocals – Ruth Holton
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Hyperion Records Limited
- Copyright (c) – Hyperion Records Limited
- Mastered At – Multi Media Masters
- Design [Booklet] – Terry Shannon
- Liner Notes [© 1994], Music Consultant [Series Director] – Peter Holman
- Painting [Front Cover: Detail] – Roelant Savery
Notes℗ & © Hyperion Records Ltd., London, MCMXCIV . Made in England. Duration 76'08
Release with a compilation of 25 tracks from 25 different volumes of the Hyperion series 'The English Orpheus'
Cover painting: 'Orpheus' (detail) by Roelandt Savery (1576?-1639);
Reproduced by permission of The Trustees, The National Gallery, London.
The 12-page glossy booklet contains notes in English only plus a track and credits-list.
It also contains a catalog of the series 'The English Orheus' (28 volumes).
Booklet and CD are stored in a standard jewel case with black tray.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 0 34571 10016 6
- Barcode (Scan): 034571100166
- Label Code: LC 7533
- SPARS Code: DDD
- Matrix / Runout: Mastered By Multi Media Masters Switzerland
- Matrix / Runout: [Multi Media Masters logo] ABLEX 81453 ORPHEUS 1
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L 852
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 7301