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Love's madness

Title
Love's madness / Henry Purcell.
Author
Purcell, Henry, 1659-1695.
Publication
Stuttgart : Carus Verlag, [2012], ℗2012.

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Additional Authors
  • Mields, Dorothee
  • Katschner, Wolfgang
  • Purcell, Henry, 1659-1695.
  • Johnson, Robert, approximately 1583-1633.
  • Locke, Matthew, 1621 or 1622-1677.
  • Lautten Compagney, performer. http://id.loc.gov/vocabulary/relators/prf
Description
1 audio disc : digital, stereo; 4 3/4 in.
Uniform Title
  • Works. Selections
  • Beggar's opera. Grim king of the ghosts.
Alternative Title
  • Works.
  • Bedlam boys.
  • The cruel mother.
  • William and Margaret.
  • Willow song.
  • The three ravens.
  • Ophelia's mad song.
Subjects
Note
  • "Songs by Purcell, Johnson, Pepusch, Locke, Ravenscroft, and traditional songs"--Container.
  • Principally for soprano with instrumental ensemble; in part instrumental music, and in part excerpts from operas and other staged works.
  • Program notes in English, French, and German by Babette Hesse and by Wolfgang Katschner, the English texts with German translations, and notes on the performers in booklet (35 p. : ports.) inserted in container.
Event (note)
  • Recorded July 16-19, 2011, Jesus-Christus-Kirche Berlin-Dahlem.
Language (note)
  • The vocal works sung in English.
Contents
Bedlam boys / trad., text 17. Jh. (2:16) -- 'Tis women makes us love : a catch (0:49) -- The Richmond heiress. Then mad, very mad let us be (1:02) -- Fantazia : three parts upon a ground (4:06) -- A fool's preferment. I'll sail upon the Dog-star (2:10) -- Bonduca. Jack, thou'rt a toper : a catch (1:37) -- Dido and Aeneas. The triumphing dance (1:02) -- A forsaken lover's complaint / Robert Johnson (2:20) -- The history of Dioclesian. Oh the sweet delights of love (2:57) -- The history of Dioclesian. Dance of the bacchanals (1:17) -- O solitude : a ground (4:40) -- Fantazia upon one note (2:56) -- Bonduca. Sing, sing ye Druids (2:08) -- Dido and Aeneas. Oft she visits this lov'd mountain (1:50) -- Full fathom five : Ariel's song from The tempest / Robert Johnson (1:32) -- Distressed innocence. Rondeau (0:50) -- Sophonisba, or, Hannibal's overthrow. Beneath a poplar's shadow lay me (1:59) -- The beggar's opera. Grim king of the ghosts : broadside ballad / John Gay & Johann Christoph Pepusch (2:34) -- From silent shades : Bess of Bedlam (4:18) -- The tempest. Curtain tune / Matthew Locke (2:18) -- The Blessed Virgin's expostulation, when our Saviour at twelve years of age had withdrawn Himself (6:25) -- The cruel mother / trad., 18. Jh. (2:40) -- Once, twice, thrice : a catch (1:26) -- William and Margret / trad., 17. Jh. (1:29) -- Willow song / trad., 16. Jh. (3:33) -- The history of Dioclesian. Charon the peaceful shade invites (1:19) -- The three ravens / trad., Thomas Ravenscroft (3:53) -- Ground in c (3:23) -- Ophelia's mad song / trad., 16. Jh. (1:17) -- Dido and Aeneas. Dido's lament (3:23) -- Dido and Aeneas. With drooping wings (2:03).
LCCN
  • 4009350833715
  • 04009350833715
OCLC
  • ocn785871231
  • 785871231
  • SCSB-13609656
Owning Institutions
Columbia University Libraries