Purcell Society Volume 25 - Secular Songs For Solo Voice


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Media: Sheet Music
Arrangement: Voice, Continuo (VCE/CONT)
Artist: Henry Purcell
Series: Purcell Society Volume
Catalogue #: NOV151025
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Purcell Society Volume 25.
This volume contains all Purcell's secular solo songs which have no known association with the theatre. It also includes those songs which, though mainly for solo voice, end with a short duet section. The first edition of this volume was prepared for the Purcell Society by Arthur Somervell, published in 1928. This new edition is not just a revision, but the outcome of a fresh examination of the sources. A new editorial continuo part, more suited to the harpsichord has also been provided.



Click on a song below to find all titles, including compilations, that contain it.
A Choir Of Bright Beauties
A Hymn For St. Cecilia (Herbert Howells)
A Pastoral Coronation Song
A Pastoral Elegy On The Death Of Mr.John Playford
A Thousand Sev'ral Ways
Aaron Thus Propos'd To Moses
Ah What Pains
Ah! Cruel Nymph
Amidst The Shades
Amintas To My Grief I See
Amintor, Heedless Of His Flocks
An Elegy Upon The Death Of Mr.Thomas Farmer
Anacreon's Defeat
Ask Me To Love
Bacchus Is A Pow'r Divine
Bell Barr
Beneath A Dark And Melancholy Grove
Bess Of Bedlam
Beware, Poor Shepherds
Cease, O My Sad Soul
Celia's Fond
Corinna Is Divinely Fair
Cupid, The Slyest Rogue Alive
Draw Near, You Lovers, Farewell, All Joys
Farewell, Ye Rocks
Fly Swift, Ye Hours
From Silent Shades
Gentle Shepherds
He Himself Courts
Hears Not My Phillis
High On A Throne
Honours May Crown
How Delightful's The Life
How I Sigh
How Peaceful The Days Are
I Came, I Saw
I Envy Not A Monarch's Fate
I Fain Would Be Free
I Lov'd Fair Celia
I Love And I Must
I Resolve Against Cringing
I Saw That You Were Grown So High
I Take No Pleasure
If Grief Has Any Pow'r
If Music Be The Food Of Love
If Pray'rs And Tears
In Cloris All Soft Charms Agree
In Vain We Dissemble
Incassum, Lesbia
Leave These Useless Arts
Let Each Gallant Heart
Let Formal Lovers
Let Us, Kind Lesbia
Love Arms Himself
Love Is Now Become A Trade
Love, Thou Canst Hear
Lovely Albina
Love's Pow'r In My Heart
More Love Or More Disdain
Musing On Cares
My Heart, Whenever You Appear
No Watch, Dear Celia
No, To What Purpose
Not All My Torments
O Solitude
Ode On The Queen
Oh Fair Cedaria
Oh How Happy's He
Olinda In The Shades Unseen
On The Brow Of Richmond Hill
On The Death Of His Worthy Friend
Pastora's Beauties When Unblown
Phillis, I Can Ne'er Forgive It
Phillis, Talk No More
Pious Celinda
Rashly I Swore
Sappho's Complaint
Sawney Is A Bonny Lad
Scarce Had The Rising Sun
Scotch Song
See How The Fading Glories
She Loves And She Confesses Too
She That Would Gain
She, Who My Poor Heart Possesses
Sighs For Our Late Sovereign King Charles The Second
Silvia
Since One Poor View
Since Teh Pox
Solitude
Spite Of The God Head
Stripp'd Of Their Green
Sweet Tyraness
Sweet, Be No Longer Sad
Sylvia Now Your Scorn Give Over
Sylvia Tis True You're Fair
The Caution
The Concealment
The Fatal Hour
The Knotting Song
The Loyal Delights Of A Contented Mind
The Queen's Epicedium
The Rich Rival
The Storm
The Thraldom
The Triumps Of A Conquering Lover
They Say You're Angry
This Poet Sings
Through Mournful Shades
Turn Then Thine Eyes
Urge Me No More
We Now My Thyrsis
What A Sad Fate
What Can We
What Hope For Us Remains
When First Amintas
When First My Shepherdess And I
When Her Languishing Eyes
When I A Lover
When My Aemelia Smiles
When Strephon Found
When Thirsis Did The Splendid Eye
While Thirsis, Wrapp'd
Whilst Cynthia Sang
Who But A Slave
Who Can Behold
Why So Serious
Ye Happy Swains
Young Thirsis' Fate

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Format: Vocal Score
Length: 320 pages
Language: English
Publisher: Novello & Co Ltd.

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