- The Mistress
- Poems by Abraham Cowley, set by Blow, Purcell and Others
The Purcell Circle
The Consort of Musicke - Anthony Rooley, dir.
Musica Oscura 070986-2
- I Came, I Saw, and was undon
- Beneath this gloomy shade
- Now by my Love
- I wonder what those Lovers mean
- By Heav'n I'll tell her boldly
- 'Tis well, 'tis well, with them
- False, foolish Heart!
- They say youre angry
- I little thought
- Then like some wealthy Island
- No; to what purpose
- No: to what purpose
- What Mines of Sulphur
- I thought, I'll swear
- These full two hours now
- Go bid the Needle
- It gave a pit'eous groan
- Unhurt, untoucht
- See where she sits
- Ask me not
- 'Tis strange kind of Igno'rance
- Through all thy gestures
- She loves, and she confesses
Playing time: 77'19"
Performer: The Consort of Musicke - Anthony Rooley, dir.
[Emma Kirkby (soprano), Evelyn Tubb (soprano), Joseph Cornwell
(tenor), Andrew King (tenor), Simon Grant (bass), Anthony Rooley
(lute), Michael Fields (lute), Alan Wilson (organ and harpsichord)]
Recording site and date: Forde Abbey, Dorset; 15-18 January
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