03 - Spring 2008 - New accompaniment MP3s
Early 16th Century English Lute Songs including, Flow My Tears by Dowland and Campian's Author of Light.
Dowland - Flow My Tears
Campian - Author of Light

From the early Baroque period, the fine arias, Star Vicino attributed (probably wrongly) to Salvatore Rosa, Nina by Pergolesi and O Cessate by Scarlatti as well as two songs of Purcell, The Knotting Song and Love Quickly is Pall'd (let's hope not this Valentine's Day).
Salvatore Rosa - Star Vicino
Pergolesi - Nina
Scarlatti - O Cessate
Purcell - The Knotting Song
Purcell - Love Quickly is Pall'd

For later Baroque we have the Handelian favourites Let The Bright Seraphim, O Had I Jubal's Lyre and Scherza Infida from Ariodante as well as J S Bach's Bist Du Bei Mir.

Handel - Let The Bright Seraphim
Handel - O Had I Jubal's Lyre

Handel - Scherza Infida - Ariodante (8:16)
Handel - Scherza Infida - Ariodante (10:02)
J S Bach - Bist Du Bei Mir

Classical additions include Mozart's Alleluia from Exultate Jubilate and 20 of his songs (so two thirds of his songs are now in the catalogue with the rest to follow soon, we hope).

20 songs by Mozart and Alleluia from Exultate Jubilate

From the Romantic era, Schubert - more favourites from easier to more advanced, including the two settings of An Den Frühling and two of the three for Der Jüngling Am Bache (D192 & D638); Schumann - lots, including the Seven Songs of Opus 104 and the delightful Marienwürmchen (The Ladybird)
And from the Late Romantic, we have more Brahms - including, by special request, Die Mainacht, The Sandman (Sandmännchen), The Vain Suit (Vergebliches Ständchen) and the wonderful Serenade (Ständchen) Op 106 No. 1 (high and low settings) and last, but not least, our new recording of Automne by Gabriel Fauré
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